Fernando Llorente opened the scoring at the Stadium of Light 1 Kyle Naughton’s first goal in more than six years helped Swansea to the brink of Premier League safety, as relegated Sunderland capitulated horribly.Naughton’s piledriver in first-half injury time coupled with Fernando Llorente’s early header eased the Welsh club to a 2-0 victory, and four points clear of Hull with a better goal difference.And Paul Clement’s men will stay up if the Tigers lose at Crystal Palace on Sunday.They have taken 10 points from the last 12 available just when they needed it most, in stark contrast to the Black Cats, whose win at the KCOM Stadium last weekend proved to be yet another false dawn.Manager David Moyes, unsurprisingly, was subjected to sustained calls for his head with owner Ellis Short watching from the stands.On a day when five-year-old Bradley Lowery and his fight against rare cancer neuroblastoma took centre-stage at the Stadium of Light, a banner reading ‘There’s only one Bradley Lowery’ was unfurled in the South Stand, as the clock ticked past the five-minute mark and a plane carrying the message ‘United by cancer, divided by leagues’, which had been arranged by some Newcastle fans – much to the distaste of many others – flew overhead.On the pitch, it was Swansea, backed by a travelling support of around 3,000 whose tickets had been paid for by the players, who arrived with everything to play for – and they had the game won by half-time.The Black Cats could not even raise a whimper, as they fell behind with just nine minute gone when goalkeeper Jordan Pickford uncharacteristically misjudged Gylfi Sigurdsson’s free-kick and Llorente squeezed between John O’Shea and Jason Denayer to head home.Moyes has predicted a summer of upheaval on Wearside, with leading scorer Jermain Defoe almost certain to go courtesy of a release clause in his contract, Pickford attracting interest from elsewhere and a series of out-of-contract players and loanees preparing to pack their bags. Some of them appeared to have done so already.Their response was tepid to say the least, and 35 minutes had lapsed by the time Defoe ran on to Billy Jones’ knock-down and stabbed a shot towards goal, which Swans keeper Lukasz Fabianski managed to block and then smuggle away.But they succumbed once again deep into first-half stoppage time when, after Jordan Ayew had tormented the home defence on the left, Leon Britton and Ki Sung-yueng switched possession to the right for full-back Naughton to smash a rising right-foot shot across the helpless Pickford.Having left the field to boos at the interval, the Sunderland players returned to resigned indifference.Sebastian Larsson was furious not to be awarded a penalty when his free-kick appeared to strike Sigurdsson’s arm and was booked for his prolonged protests, and Fabio Borini saw a 64th-minute strike deflected into the side-netting by Alfie Mawson.Billy Jones fired wide from close range after Fabianski had parried substitute Wahbi Khazri’s 69th-minute free-kick and the keeper made a fine double-save to deny Khazri and Defoe as time ran down, but that was as good as it got.
Tags: BaldwinsvilleC-NSGirls golfliverpool After waiting out two days of rain that caused postponements, girls golfers from Liverpool, Cicero-North Syracuse and Baldwinsville all got in their last regular-season matches in advance of Tuesday’s Section III championships at Kanon Valley.Liverpool’s duo of Natalya and Mia Avotins are individual favorites in the sectional tournament, and the sisters led the way again for the Warriors in last Wednesday’s 183-231 victory over West Genesee at Westvale.Over nine holes, Natalya Avotins shot a 40, with Mia Avotins adding a 41. They were both ahead of the Wildcats’ Mikaela Riley, whose 45 tied that of Liverpool’s Hanna Dombroski. Then, when C-NS Blue took its turn against F-M on Thursday, it scored well, yet still took a 166-190 defeat. Ainsworth and Krohl both shot 44, with Ricciardi and McKeznzie Lalone each posting 51. Justine Burness had a 39 for the Hornets ahead of the 40s from Wallace and Fowler.Meanwhile, Liverpool tore up C-NS Green 167-253 as Mia Avotins had a 34 at Liverpool Country Club and Natalya Avotins added a 37. Dombroski managed a 47 and Lindsey Toper a 49 as Josie Gabriell led the Northstars with a 59.Baldwinsville had one more regular-season match, on Friday, and beat West Genesee 210-229 at Timber Banks. Though the Wildcats’ Mikaela Riley led all individuals with a 46, Colleen Vredenburg had a 47 and help from Cara Vredenburg, who posted 52, and Margaret Dec, who had a 50 as no other WG player was lower than 59.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story C-NS Blue and Baldwinsville battled each other last Wednesday at Northern Pines, and the Northstars had full command of it, pulling away to defeat the Bees 182-214.A close race for individual honors went to C-NS Blue’s Amy Krohl, who shot a 43, while Abby Ainsworth had a 44 and Jessica Ricciardi posted a 45. Each of them was ahead of the 48s shot by B’ville’s sister duo of Colleen and Cara Vredenburg.C-NS Green had to run into undefeated Fayetteville-Manlius last Wednesday and lost, 173-262. Mackenzie Wessels and Kayleigh Virginia both shot 64, while the Hornets got a 39 from Bailey Wallace and a 41 from Lucy Fowler.
SHARE SHARE GRFA Calls for Policies Focused on Alternatives Home Energy GRFA Calls for Policies Focused on Alternatives Source: NAFB News Service The Global Renewable Fuels Alliance is calling on the G20 to enact biofuels policies that reduce reliance on crude oil. This follows a warning from the International Energy Agency’s Chief Economist that crude prices are threatening the global economy and could trigger another recession. Every global recession since the early 1970s has been preceded by high oil prices, “With the most recent economic collapse in 2008 coming on the heels of record-breaking crude oil prices that topped $147.50 per barrel.”World biofuels production – according to the GRFA – is currently contributing over one-million barrels of oil equivalent to global energy supplies. The alliance expects global production to grow by approximately three-percent this year without significant policy changes. GRFA spokesperson Bliss Baker says more must be done to encourage the development of alternatives to crude oil like ethanol and biodiesel. OPEC – the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries – has acknowledged publicly that energy efficiency policies and the use of biofuel will put more downward pressure on oil consumption worldwide. Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Apr 4, 2012 Previous articlePreparations Protect Farm Assets when Disasters StrikeNext articleGroups Encourage Support of Energy Title Programs Gary Truitt
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