Promised myself one ages ago but then it sort of slipped off the radar.
Took the plunge the other day and ordered one.
A simple instrument, doesn’t cover the whole audio spectrum but for 70s or 80s string sounds it’s absolutely amazing. I love it.
Promised myself one ages ago but then it sort of slipped off the radar.
Took the plunge the other day and ordered one.
A simple instrument, doesn’t cover the whole audio spectrum but for 70s or 80s string sounds it’s absolutely amazing. I love it.
Bennett and Rose strikes not enough for victory
A couple of impressive Pompey goals were not enough to secure back-to-back away victories, as Plymouth hit a late leveller at Home Park.
The game did not need to be hyped up by any manufactured ‘derby’ label, with both sides contributing to an engrossing contest.
Yann Songo’o gave the hosts a lead, only for Kyle Bennett to haul the visitors level with a fierce strike before the interval.
Danny Rose then came off the bench to net a stunning late strike that only just crossed the line, but there was still time for fellow substitute Connor Smith to ensure a share of the spoils.
Paul Cook made one enforced change from the side that won at Leyton Orient the previous week.
That came at the back, where Matt Clarke’s dead leg saw Tom Davies handed a recall alongside Christian Burgess.
There were a couple of familiar faces in the opposition line-up, with Sonny Bradley and Jake Jervis both starting against their former club.
After a cagey opening, Pompey started to find their feet and look dangerous whenever they broke into the Plymouth half.
A neat passing move between Bennett, Gary Roberts and Carl Baker ended with the latter forcing a save from Luke McCormick at the keeper’s near post.
Conor Chaplin then did well to weave his way into the box and when McCormick failed to claim the ball, Songo’o had to dive on top of it.
But for all their attacking swagger, the Blues were looking extremely frail when defending set-pieces.
A David Fox corner found its way to the feet of Jimmy Spencer at the far post, with Gareth Evans well-placed to make a block.
But the hosts did forge ahead on 20 minutes when Songo’o rose highest to plant Graham Carey’s deep free-kick past David Forde’s grasp and into the net.
Then, when another Carey effort was deflected behind, it took a goal-line clearance from Baker to deny Jordan Slew.
Chaplin thought he had won Pompey a chance to equalise moments later after tumbling over Gary Miller’s trailing leg.
Referee Darren Handley had other ideas, however, instead issuing the striker a yellow card for diving.
There seemed to be another good shout for a spot-kick when Chaplin was shoved by Nauris Bulvitis as he tried to reach Enda Stevens’ cross, but this time there were no appeals.
But Pompey were finally rewarded for their attacking intent with an equaliser five minutes before the break.
Chaplin was the provider, skinning Bulvitis to break into the box and laying the ball off for the impressive BENNETT to fire home.
There was still time for a scare at the other end, though, with Stevens forced to clear Carey’s cross behind following a mix-up between Evans and Davies.
(1 – 1)
Bennett continued to look lively after the restart, narrowly failing to find Baker in the box and then not quite able to get the vital touch when the favour was returned.
But Miller then received the ball in acres of space at the other end, only to see his shot deflected safely into Forde’s arms.
Pompey were looking the more dangerous side, however, and Chaplin dragged his effort inches wide of the post after again breezing past Bulvitis.
More neat passing led to a corner just before the hour mark and after exchanging short passes with Michael Doyle, Roberts’ cross was headed straight at McCormick by Bennett.
It was Roberts who was next to try his luck with a fierce long-range effort that was well saved down to the keeper’s left.
But Plymouth were inches away from retaking the lead on 67 minutes, when Carey struck a superb effort that cannoned back off the crossbar.
The visitors soon made their first substitution, with Rose replacing Amine Linganzi in the centre of midfield.
And the other two soon followed, as Chaplin and Bennett made way for Curtis Main and Milan Lalkovic.
Both of the latter two had the chance to score from the save move on 79 minutes, but Main couldn’t get a clean strike on Evans’ cross.
Lalkovic then completely missed the loose ball and Miller breathed a sigh of relief when his clearance flew inches past his own post.
A Blues goal did arrive on 87 minutes – although it looked like the chance had gone when McCormick made a stunning save to deny Main from close range.
The ball came out to ROSE and he hit a superb 30-yard volley that bounced down off the underside of the crossbar.
Pompey’s players desperately appealed that the ball had crossed the line and the linesman flagged in agreement.
But that was not enough to secure all three points, as just a couple of minutes later, the ball was cut back for Smith to calmly slot home.
Plymouth (4-2-3-1): McCormick (c); Miller, Bulvitis, Bradley, Purrington; Songo’o, Fox; Jervis (Smith 60), Carey, Slew (Donaldson 81); Spencer (Tanner 84)
Goals: Songo’o 20, Smith 89
Booked: Songo’o, Purrington, Slew
Subs not used: Dorel, Bentley, Ijaha, Goodwillie
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Forde; Evans, T.Davies, Burgess, Stevens; Linganzi (Rose 69), Doyle (c); Baker, Roberts, Bennett (Lalkovic 74); Chaplin (Main 72)
Goals: Bennett 40, Rose 87
Booked: Chaplin, Evans
Subs not used: O’Brien, Whatmough, Naismith, Smith
Referee: Darren Handley
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Leyton Orient 0
Blues return to winning ways
Christian Burgess found the target as Pompey returned to winning ways at Leyton Orient.
The Blues recovered from successive league defeats to claim all three points in an absorbing contest in the capital.
They had to wait until after the interval to grab the game’s only goal, though, with Burgess heading home from a corner.
Paul Cook made two changes from the side that were beaten by Doncaster the previous week.
Amine Linganzi was handed a first league start in the centre of midfield, while Kyle Bennett came in wide on the left.
Former Pompey loanees Alex Cisak and Paul McCallum both featured for the hosts, but Nigel Atangana had not fully recovered from a groin problem.
The first half was a goalless – but entertaining – affair, with both sides creating chances and the officials at the source of some controversial moments.
It was a quick start from the hosts, who had a corner hacked clear before David Forde denied McCallum with his legs.
Conor Chaplin then thought he had broken the deadlock with a neat sweeping finish from Enda Stevens’ cross, only for the linesman’s flag to cut his celebrations short.
Orient were soon forced into an early change after Liam Kelly had to be stretchered off, although it took almost four minutes for Sandro Semedo to get ready to replace him.
The first of three penalty appeals was made by the Blues on eight minutes, but referee Christopher Sarginson did not believe Gareth Evans’ cross had been turned behind by a hand.
An unmarked Linganzi should have broken the deadlock seconds later, heading Gary Roberts’ corner wide from a few yards out.
Then it was the Londoners’ turn to cry ‘penalty’ when Callum Kennedy’s free-kick appeared to be handled by Burgess.
Pompey’s defender then bundled over Yvan Erichot for good measure, but Sarginson again shook his head.
The visitors were causing problems with their constant pressing and when Chaplin forced a mistake from Cisak, the keeper recovered well to deny his opponent.
Bennett was proving a nuisance with his probing runs and one ended with a shot that was inadvertently diverted behind by Chaplin.
And it was Bennett who had the third penalty shout on 29 minutes. He neatly side-stepped Gavin Massey and looked to be tripped, but Sarginson disagreed once more and, adding insult to injury, also booked the winger.
He narrowly failed to find the target with a shot from the edge of the box soon after, while Chaplin’s fierce volley also went inches wide before the break.
(0 – 0)
There was a great Blues opening just after the restart when Stevens delivered a delightful low cross into the box.
It looked like the ball would land perfectly for Chaplin to convert, only for the striker to slip at the worst possible moment.
But the visitors were then caught in possession at the back, with Forde just about leaping high enough to stop Alan Dunne from chipping him.
It was a defender who finally opened the scoring for Pompey on 57 minutes, however.
Roberts did well to win a corner on the left side and when Carl Baker whipped the ball into the box, BURGESS rose highest to head home.
Cook made a double switch soon after, with Linganzi and Chaplin making way for Danny Rose and Curtis Main.
There was still work to be done at the other end, though, and a dangerous Kennedy free-kick had to be scrambled to safety.
But Leyton Orient were leaving gaps at the back for Pompey to exploit, although the visitors were just lacking a final killer ball in their attempts to double the lead.
Roberts had an effort deflected wide following some good link-up play with Bennett, while a couple of fine Baker crosses could not quite be converted.
The hosts were looking increasingly ragged at the back, with the Blues looking more likely to add to the scoring.
And they were almost gifted a second goal on 81 minutes when Nicky Hunt headed Baker’s cross against his own post.
But Orient were certainly not out of the contest and a corner led to two shots in quick succession, both of which were blocked.
That was as close as the Londoners came to snatching a share of the spoils, however, as Pompey’s travelling army were able to celebrate a win on the road.
Leyton Orient (4-4-2): Cisak; Hunt, Erichot, Parkes, Kennedy; Janse, Kelly (c) (Semedo 9), Massey, Nnomo (Palmer 82); McCallum (Dunne 46), Simpson
Subs not used: Sargeant, Pollock, Benedicic, Bowery
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Forde; Evans, Burgess, Clarke, Stevens; Linganzi (Rose 67), Doyle (c); Baker, Roberts, Bennett (Lalkovic 82); Chaplin (Main 67)
Goals: Burgess 57
Booked: Bennett, Stevens
Subs not used: O’Brien, T.Davies, Lalkovic, Smith
Referee: Christopher Sarginson
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Reading U23 2
Blues lose penalty shoot out
Curtis Main bagged a brace as Pompey fought from two goals down to draw with Reading U23s in the Checkatrade Trophy.
But it was the visitors who claimed a bonus point by winning a marathon penalty shoot-out, despite the heroics of goalkeeper Liam O’Brien.
Andrija Novakovich’s early finish and a Joseph Mendes penalty looked to have secured victory for the visitors.
But Main struck twice – the second of which was a fine first time finish – to haul the Blues level at a sparsely-populated Fratton Park.
The match attracted a crowd of just 1,355 – comfortably Pompey’s lowest post-war attendance for a competitive home fixture.
Paul Cook rung the changes for their second group stage fixture, with Matt Clarke the only player to keep his place from Saturday’s league defeat to Doncaster.
But they got off to a poor start, with the visitors breaking the deadlock after just six minutes.
Mendes showed blistering pace to latch onto Liam Kelly’s pass and coolly laid the ball back for Novakovich to slot home.
Most of the first half action then took place at the other end of the pitch, although the Blues never really tested keeper Anssi Jaakkola.
Thomas McIntyre did well to nip in and intercept a threaded pass from skipper Kyle Bennet before it could reach Michael Smith.
The two Blues players combined well again moments later, but after swapping neat passes the striker scuffed his shot wide.
Bennett then teed-up Adam Buxton down the right and the full-back’s cross had to be diverted behind by Danzell Gravenberch with Main waiting to pounce.
Pompey’s best chance of the half fell to Milan Lalkovic on 23 minutes, with his goal-bound effort just about scrambled to safety.
The Royals did threaten at the other end moments later, but O’Brien was able to gather Dominic Samuel’s fierce low drive at the other end.
And Ben Close hit a similarly powerful shot of his own, only for the ball to narrowly clear the crossbar.
But the Blues were dealt a blow just before the break when Buxton went down following a 50/50 challenge and had to be replaced by Gareth Evans.
(0 – 1)
Pompey had a chance to level moments after the restart, but Jaakkola was wise to Evans’ neat flick after Bennett had sent a corner towards the near post.
Instead, they found themselves further behind when referee Oli Langford spotted an Amine Linganzi handball in the box.
Mendes stepped up to take the spot-kick and smashed the ball high into the net, giving O’Brien – who guessed the right way – no chance.
It did not take long for the hosts to reduce their deficit, however, as MAIN slid in to squeeze Evans’ cross past Jaakkola.
And it was MAIN who drew the Blues level just past the hour mark, converting Bennett’s pass with a fine first time finish into the bottom corner.
The striker was denied the chance to complete his hat-trick, though, as he was soon withdrawn for Kal Naismith.
Reading still had chances of their own as the game entered its closing stages and O’Brien got down well to save Novakovich’s deflected effort.
It was Pompey looking the more threatening, however, and Smith was inches away from meeting Naismith’s teasing cross.
Jaakkola then failed to hold substitute Adam May’s thumping strike and was relieved to see the ball land safe.
And it took a vital last-gasp challenge from Gravenberch to prevent Smith from being sent clear by Bennett’s incisive pass.
But the Royals wasted a glorious opportunity to snatch a stoppage-time winner when an unmarked Tyler Frost fired straight at O’Brien from just a few yards out.
That meant a penalty shoot-out would be held to see which team walked away with an additional point.
Smith, Naismith and Evans all scored, but Jaakkola denied both Bennett and Lalkovic and it looked like that was that.
O’Brien made a couple of stops of his own to take it to sudden death, however – and made another fine save to keep out Tennai Watson’s effort.
But May and Jack Whatmough both failed to beat Jaakkola, allowing Frost the chance to secure Reading an additional point.
Pompey (4-4-2): O’Brien; Buxton (Evans 44), Whatmough, Clarke, Haunstrup; Bennett (c), Linganzi, Close (May 73), Lalkovic; Smith, Main (Naismith 69)
Goals: Main 57, 63
Subs not used: Hall, T.Davies, Oxlade-Chamberlain
Reading U23 (4-4-2): Jaakkola (c); Watson, Gravenberch, McIntyre (Griffin 18), Blackett; Rinomhota, Frost, Kelly, Samuel; Novakovic (Richards 78), Mendes
Goals: Novakovic 6, Mendes 52 (pen)
Subs not used: Moore, Vancooten, East, Bennett, Cardwell
Referee: Oli Langford
Doncaster Rovers 2
Blues slip to first home defeat
Pompey suffered their first home defeat of the season despite a spirited fightback against Doncaster.
The visitors took advantage of their slow start to cruise into a two-goal lead, courtesy of strikes from John Marquis and Andy Williams.
But Carl Baker reduced the arrears before the interval and the Blues poured forward after it in search of a leveller.
They hit the woodwork and had another effort cleared from the line, but were unable to make another breakthrough.
Paul Cook made one change from the side beaten at Blackpool earlier in the week.
That came at the back, where Tom Davies dropped to the bench to make way for Matt Clarke.
Pompey looked to make a fast start, but Gary Roberts strayed narrowly offside when Conor Chaplin tried to send him through on goal.
Instead they fall behind on seven minutes after David Forde came tearing out of his area to mop up a long ball over the top.
It was former Blues loanee Marquis who got their first, however, taking the ball past the keeper and then slotting it into an empty net.
They might have doubled their advantage soon after, but Williams mis-cued his effort and Forde made a comfortable save.
Baker then went close at the other end, drawing a stop from Marko Marosi, despite being surrounded by three defenders the moment he was teed-up by Enda Stevens
And Chaplin wasted a decent opportunity by scuffing his shot after Kal Naismith had expertly brought the ball down on the edge of the box.
Pompey were looking sloppy, however, and guilty of gifting Doncaster possession on far too many occasions.
They fell further behind on 34 minutes, with Williams afforded to space to collect a deep free-kick, swivel and find the net.
The hosts finally clicked into gear towards the end of the first half and thought they should have won a penalty.
Gareth Evans went down in the box under pressure from Tommy Rowe, but referee Darren Deadman decided he had dived and brandished a yellow card, much to the chagrin of Pompey’s right-back.
Baker almost reduced the deficit on 38 minutes with a fierce 30-yard strike that was superbly tipped over by Marosi.
A low Roberts cross was then almost turned into his own net by Cedric Evina and the left-back must have breathed a sigh of relief when he saw the ball instead go behind for a corner.
But Pompey finally made a breakthrough just before the interval, although they did receive a slice of good fortune.
Evans’ cross appeared to be going behind, but Jordan Houghton inexplicably kept it in play, laying the ball on a plate for BAKER to emphatically fire into the roof of the net.
(1 – 2)
Chaplin started an attack when he stole the ball from Matty Blair and launched a quick counter-attack after the restart.
He then fed Roberts’ down the left, but the midfielder’s return pass to the far post was headed to safety.
It was then Doncaster’s turn to threaten, with Michael Doyle intercepting Marquis’ cross before the striker bent another effort narrowly wide.
Cook made a double switch on 54 minutes, with Naismith and Danny Rose making way for Milan Lalkovic and Amine Linganzi.
Rovers were still in the ascendency, though, and Doyle made a crucial block after Williams had skipped past a couple of challenges.
But Chaplin had an excellent opportunity to equalise just past the hour mark. He was picked out unmarked in the box by Roberts, but had to adjust his body and was unable to divert the ball on target.
Christian Burgess then headed wide from close range following another excellent delivery from Roberts.
Cook made his final throw of the dice on 71 minutes, with Curtis Main given a chance to impress against his former side in place of Chaplin.
It was Baker who almost levelled moments late, though, when he diverted Lalkovic’s shot against the crossbar.
And Main was then unable to beat Marosi from point-blank range after Evans’ cross had been turned back into the centre by Roberts.
Rovers soon had a chance at the other end when Clarke mis-hit the ball, but Forde came to the rescue with a smart save.
But it was largely one-way traffic and Pompey thought they had found an equaliser on 81 minutes.
Roberts met Baker’s cross with a firm header, only for it to be hacked clear by Andy Butler, despite blue-shirted appeals that the ball had crossed the line.
The display of six additional minutes provided some hope for the Fratton faithful, but the Blues were unable to salvage a point.
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Forde; Evans, Burgess, Clarke, Stevens; Rose (Linganzi 54), Doyle (c); Baker, Roberts, Naismith (Lalkovic 54); Chaplin (Main 71)
Goals: Baker 42
Subs not used: O’Brien, T.Davies, Bennett, Smith
Doncaster (4-1-2-1-2): Marosi; Richardson (Calder 29 (Mason 69)), Wright, Butler, Evina; Houghton; Blair, Rowe; Coppinger (c) (Middleton 76); Marquis, Williams
Goals: Marquis 7, Williams 34
Booked: Butler, Evina, Marquis
Subs not used: Etheridge, Baudry, Mandeville, Beestin
Referee: Darren Deadman
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29 September 2016
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28 September 2016
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Hyland is also known for her roles in the films Struck by Lightning (2012), Scary Movie 5 (2013), Vampire Academy (2014), and XOXO (2016).
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09 September 2016
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In 2015, she starred in the MTV series Eye Candy.
Aside from acting, Justice has pursued a musical career. She recorded several songs for the soundtrack to the Nickelodeon musical Spectacular!, in which she starred, as well as a number of songs for the Victorious series.
3 – 1
More away day Blues
Pompey’s poor away form continued as they slipped to a 3-1 defeat at Blackpool.
Just three days after their Fratton Park rout of Barnet, it was back down to earth with a bump.
They recovered from falling behind to Kelvin Mellor’s header, thanks to an impressive Conor Chaplin leveller.
But some sloppy second half defending allowed Brad Potts and Kyle Vassell to secure all three points for the Tangerines.
Paul Cook unsurprisingly stuck with the same side that beat the Bees so emphatically at the weekend.
It was Pompey who made the brighter start in a game that was played out amidst an eerily-quiet atmosphere at a sparsely-populated Bloomfield Road.
Enda Stevens delivered a dangerous low cross that Dean Lyness did well to gather in the opening stages.
Gary Roberts then just failed to meet a Carl Baker delivery, while Michael Doyle’s drive was deflected safely into the arms of the Tangerines keeper.
There were also long-range attempts from Kal Naismith and Baker that both narrowly failed to find their intended target.
So it came as a surprise when Blackpool forged ahead against the run of play on 18 minutes.
David Forde charged from his line to meet Jack Payne’s free-kick, but Mellor got there first to head into the unguarded net.
The goal seemed to shake the Blues, who suddenly became sloppy in possession and looked increasingly susceptible on the counter-attack.
One good move saw them win a corner, only for Blackpool to break straight up the other end of the pitch and almost double their advantage, with Vassell’s effort clipping the outside of the post.
The powerful presence of Armand Gnanduillet was also causing problems and Doyle was forced to intervene when the striker got past both Christian Burgess and Tom Davies.
But then, for the second time in the first half, it was the team on the back foot that found the net.
And it was a goal worth the long journey up from the south coast, with CHAPLIN scoring in spectacular fashion on 34 minutes.
Naismith failed to connect with Roberts’ cross, but Danny Rose did and when his shot was blocked, the ball spun up invitingly for Pompey’s teenage striker to convert with an acrobatic over-head effort.
Blackpool did have a chance to restore their lead before the interval, only for Forde to get down to his left and keep out Potts’ drive.
(1 – 1)
Chaplin tried another ambitious attempt seconds after the restart, only this time the ball went out for a Blackpool throw.
It was closer when the visitors won a corner moments later, but Roberts’ delivery was just out of reach for Davies at the far post.
Instead they found themselves behind on 49 minutes, thanks to some more sloppy defending from the Blues.
Blackpool stole possession on the left and although Forde palmed out Vassell’s cross, the ball landed at the feet of Potts for a tap-in.
Pompey tried to find an instant response and Roberts flung himself at a Stevens cross, but could not quite squeeze his header past Lyness.
They went close again on 64 minutes when Baker was fouled 25 yards out and Naismith’s curling free-kick was deflected narrowly wide.
But the Blues then gifted their opponents another goal moments later after Doyle passed the back to Davies.
The centre-back was caught in possession by Vassell, who burst forward before slotting the ball past Forde.
And the same player almost added a fourth goal within seconds, but this time headed over the crossbar.
Cook immediately made his first substitution, with Baker making way for Kyle Bennett in Pompey’s attack.
And Michael Smith then replaced Stevens, as Pompey tried to force something by throwing on another striker.
There were half-chances for both as the seconds ticked down, with the former flashing a shot wide and the second forcing a save from Lyness.
But there was still time for late drama at the other end when Vassell skipped past Doyle and burst through on goal.
Forde charged from his line and appeared to take both ball and man, with the linesman flagging for a penalty, only to be overruled by referee David Webb.
The Blues breathed a sigh of relief, but there was no cause for any smiles as the issue of their contrasting home and away fortunes continued.
Blackpool (4-4-1-1): Lyness; Mellor, Aldred, Robertson (Aimson 46), Taylor (c); Potts (Cain 90+3), Payne, McAlister, Philliskirk; Vassell; Gnanduillet (Matt 76)
Goals: Mellor 18, Potts 49, Vassell 65
Subs not used: Boney, Yeates, Osayi-Samuel, Cullen
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Forde; Evans, T.Davies, Burgess, Stevens (Smith 78); Rose, Doyle (c); Baker (Bennett 67), Roberts, Naismith; Chaplin (Main 84)
Goals: Chaplin 34
Booked: Bennett, Doyle
Subs not used: O’Brien, Clarke, Linganzi, Lalkovic
Referee: David Webb