Paul Young’s Waterhouse have their sights set on retaining the Locker Room Sports/Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Jackie Bell Knockout Trophy and will meet August Town in the opening game of a semi-final double-header at Harbour View Stadium today at 6 p.m.In the second match, five-time winners Arnett Gardens tackle neighbouring Boys’ Town in a Trench Town derby at 8 p.m.The winners of both games will contest the final scheduled for March 3 at a venue to be named.Despite struggling in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL), Waterhouse have won both games in this season’s Corporate Area knockout competition and are highly fancied to beat Super League contenders August Town on their way to the final.Waterhouse reached the last four by knocking out Cavalier 2-0 last Thursday night at the Constant Spring Complex. Arnett beat Harbour View 7-6 in a penalty shootout after both teams battled to a 0-0 scoreline at the completion of regular and extra time in the late game.”We are the defending champions and we treat each opponent the same way regardless of the league they compete in,” Young told the Sunday Gleaner.”Our aim has always been to retain the title and now we are two wins away from that objective,” he added. “My hope is that the team will continue to display good football, and score goals, and win the games,” Young concluded.To achieve victory, Waterhouse will look to veteran Kevin Lamey, new recruit Devon Hodges, as well as captain Hughan Gray and Nicholy Finlayson.Although it will be a big task for August Town, it is not impossible.”We want to give account of ourselves, and then live with the result,” coach of August Town Omar Stanley said.August Town will rely on Atapharoy Bygrave, who scored a wonderful goal in his team’s 1-0 win against Real Mona in the quarter-final match last Tuesday at Constant Spring.In the clash of the RSPL teams, Arnett Gardens and Boys’ Town should have a close contest.TIGHT ENCOUNTERAndrew Price, the coach of Boys’ Town, expects a tight encounter.”I’m looking forward to the game as once it is a Trench Town derby, we will come out motivated and hope to put Arnett under pressure,” he said.Boys’ Town’s leading players include Michily Waul, Daemion Benjamin, Kirk Porter and Shamar Nicholson.On the other hand, Jerome Waite of Arnett Gardens FC says it will be another interesting clash between the teams.”Well, Boys’ Town always come out with their ‘A’ game. It will be a competitive and physical game. It is a Trench Town derby. The Jackie Bell is very important, so we want to win the title,” Waite said.Arnett’s main players include captain Oneil ‘Bigga’ Thompson, Dicoy Williams, Vishinul Harris and Kemal ‘Tull’ Malcolm.
CALGARY — The Crown is seeking an 18-year sentence for a former Calgary teacher who pleaded guilty to 17 sex-related charges involving girls.Christian Allen Sarile was arrested in December 2017 on 49 charges including sexual assault, sexual interference, accessing child pornography, distributing child pornography, luring and extortion.All of the victims were between the ages of 12 and 17 and are from the Calgary area.Sarile’s lawyers are seeking a jail term of 12 to 14 years.The judge in the case is to hand down the sentence on May 31.Police say Sarile, who is 29, used social media sites to pose as a teenager asking to meet girls.Investigators say he would ask the girls to chat through various social media platforms and then offer them cash or items in exchange for sex or compromising photos.Police were first notified when the family of a 14-year-old girl came forward in December 2016 concerned about their daughter meeting a man in his 20s.Further investigation discovered a total of 26 victims who all claimed to have had contact with Sarile.During his sentencing hearing some of his victims said the abuse gave them panic attacks, forced them to miss school and made them turn to drugs.Two of the victims spoke of their inability to be happy about anything.“The offender only stopped his activity when he was caught,” Crown prosecutor Martha O’Connor said Thursday. “He targeted and sexually exploited children for his own sexual satisfaction.”Yoav Niv, Sarile’s lawyer, asked the court to consider his client’s guilty plea that spared his victims the need to testify.Sarile also wrote a letter of apology, saying he was sorry about the pain and loss of trust he caused.“I accept responsibility and am deeply ashamed of my actions,” he wrote in the letter that was read aloud during the hearing.“I have a problem. I need treatment. I deserve to go to jail.”Sarile has been in custody since his arrest. (CTV Calgary)The Canadian Press
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:17 year old taken to hospital after being stabbed in neck by jitney driver, police on hunt for jitney driver that stabbed a 17 year old boy, stabbing over a dollar by jitney driver, teenager stabbed in throat by jitney driver Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, July 27, 2016 – The Police are going it alone in their hunt for a jitney driver who is reported to have stabbed a teenager over $1 when a jitney ride turned violent yesterday. A fight broke out. Magnetic Media is told of the situation where a boy was rushed to the emergency room at the Cheshire Hall Medical Center after reportedly being stabbed in the throat by the driver. The two got into a row when the boy paid $2 for what the driver reportedly said is a $3 ride. The young man was brought from Grace Bay to Down Town. The Turks and Caicos teen, who is a Been and a resident of Kew Town, Providenciales was treated at hospital and released. As for the jitney driver, who is operating illegally because jitneys are illegal, he is in the wind. Police are searching for the stabber but there are no vital statistics on the man accused and no vehicle description issued to media or the public up to news production time. The incident happened around 6:30pm Tuesday.
West Ham winger Michail Antonio has come out in support of Raheem Sterling and described the City forward as “brave” for his stand against racism.Sterling was the target of an alleged racial abuse on Saturday during City’s 2-0 defeat at Chelsea and Antonio who have had a similar experience is supporting the England international for his stand on the issue of racism in football.“I experienced it when I was younger. I was like 10 or 11. A kid called me a monkey,” Antonio told Sky Sports.“I’ve not experienced it as a professional footballer myself, but it’s just one of those things where it happens. It’s just how it gets dealt with.Report: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…“To be honest, I think he’s a very brave man.“He’s showing facts and I honestly believe he’s done the right thing.“You can blame one person, but putting it out there and showing it’s not just one person that’s doing it, he’s saying the media, if we can stop it being in the papers, if we can stop it from the source, that’s how it ends.”