Spend Saturday, July 21, canoeing the lake at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Ga., during the center’s monthly Saturday at the Rock event.This program is designed for novice boaters who want to learn proper techniques and veterans who want to enjoy a relaxing cruise on the water. Rock Eagle program coordinators will be on the water to help beginning paddlers.This session costs $5 per person will run from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. The cost covers use of Rock Eagle canoes and life jackets. Following the program, Rock Eagle’s Natural History Museum will be open to participants.For more information or to register, contact Matt Hammons at (706) 484-2862 or [email protected] at the Rock programs are held the third Saturday of each month, excluding December. View a complete list of Saturday at the Rock sessions at www.rockeagle4h.org/ee/community/SaturdayattheRock.html.
Europa League hero Odion Ighalo alongside teammate Scott McTominay turned up to Manchester United training wearing coronavirus masks and gloves. According to the UK Sun report, The Nigeria international, 30, and Scotland midfielder, 23, were both on parade in the 5-0 win over LASK, with Ighalo netting a superb opener in Austria last night. Ighalo pulls up to Carrington in his white Range Rover And they cruised into the AON Training Complex with McTomainy wearing snood pulled over his face, and Ighalo in a proper mask. Loading… Ighalo, Daniel James, Juan Mata, Mason Greenwood and Andreas Pereira all got on the scoresheet as United built a commanding lead against the unfancied Austrians. But they were hit by news that next week’s return leg at Old Trafford has been postponed — with both the Europa and Champions League being paused — while the Premier League is also suspended, due to coronavirus. Scott McTominay, left, wore a snood pulled over his face to training, while Odion Ighalo wore gloves and a mask Bruno Fernandes pulled up in his white 4×4 with a hoodie pulled up over his head after starring in Austria last night. Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?How Couldn’t You See The Impact Of These Women On Our Lives?Disney Princesses Reimagined As “GoT” Characters2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own Eyes He said: “Odion has done really well since he came in and he’s enjoying himself. “And he will improve and get better but he has qualities we saw in him and we needed and we will still need those qualities for next season, so let’s see what we will do. “He’s a goalscorer and a striker, he doesn’t worry too much about all that nonsense; build-up play – that’s a joke, obviously. “He knows his job and what his role in the team is, and he’s very good with his back to goal, great link player, but maybe the best thing about him is his personality, so he’s got the whole lot really. Read Also: Solskjaer drops Ighalo transfer hint amid fine Man Utd show “He had three touches before his fourth was the finish. “All them touches were high quality but he had to make them to create space for himself. “But the strike is on the half-volley, great timing, no one would have saved that one so anyone would have been proud of that finish.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 A sight of players arriving at a training ground among top flight clubs is increasingly rare, after Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester, Bournemouth and Everton all confirmed cases of isolation after coronavirus was either confirmed or symptoms spotted. Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reckons the club could make Ighalo’s loan move from Shanghai Shenhua permanent.
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“We did the same against Liverpool, we didn’t start that well but we ended up coming into the game,” Ledley said. “They had a good start but from there I thought it was 50-50 and on another day we could have gone on and nicked it on the counter-attack. “It was a good point for us and that’s what we needed after beating Liverpool. “But everyone’s determined and works their socks off here – the back four, midfield, wingers and strikers. “Everyone in the team knows they’ve got to put a shift in or they’ll be off, so every week we need to go out there and perform.” Palace’s fightback means Swansea have now lost 13 points from winning positions this season but defender Neil Taylor insists that worrying trait has not damaged dressing-room morale. “This is football, it always has to go one way,” Taylor said. “This is a stat that people can talk about but this is the way it can go. “You just carry on, it’s not the fact of managing the game. “We’ve just scored early and we should have made it two or three, but we didn’t and that’s it.” Swansea are at home again on Tuesday night when they entertain a Queens Park Rangers side who climbed off the bottom of the league on Saturday with a 3-2 victory over Leicester. “If we play well and win then this result is forgotten about,” Taylor said. “It won’t be an easy game but it’s a home game and hopefully we can go one better than this one. “Our play in the first half was unbelievable and if we’d finished a couple of those chances we would have been out of sight. “We need to capitalise on our chances because at 1-0 games are never finished and you have to try and get another one.” Socceroos skipper Jedinak paid his own personal tribute to compatriot Hughes before Palace’s 1-1 draw at Swansea on Saturday when he carried out a cricket bat, which he placed along with a ball and a pair of caps on the touchline. Hughes, 25, died on Thursday after being struck in the neck by a ball while batting for South Australia in a Sheffield Shield game in Sydney. Joe Ledley hailed the courage of his Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak following the death of Australian Test batsman Phillip Hughes. Press Association Jedinak made the poignant pre-match tribute and then scored from the penalty spot – his fifth goal in eight games – as Palace fought back to earn a prized Barclays Premier League point at the Liberty Stadium. “Everyone in Australia is devastated by what happened, especially Mile being the captain of the Australia football team,” said Jedinak’s midfield colleague Ledley. “That goal obviously meant a lot to Mile and we’re all behind him. “It’s been a difficult time for him but to go out there and play like he has done is fantastic. “He’s determined as ever and it didn’t affect his performance at all. “He’s done exactly the same in training because he’s a strong guy and personality and he’s been strong all week.” Palace endured a torrid opening spell when Swansea’s superiority was complete and finally reflected on the scoreline after 15 minutes when Wilfried Bony netted his sixth goal in seven Premier League games with a sharp shot on the turn. But Palace levelled 10 minutes later when Jonjo Shelvey’s clumsy challenge on Marouane Chamakh allowed Jedinak to score from the spot and Neil Warnock’s side grew into the game after that.