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|York City||3 – 1||Portsmouth|
York and Pompey made a mockery of their respective league positions as the former stormed to a convincing victory at Bootham Crescent
The Blues were well off the pace before the break and trailed to strikes from Bradley Fewster and Lewis Alessandra.
A stunning effort from Luke Summerfield then gave the destined-to-be-relegated Minstermen a three-goal advantage.
Gareth Evans pulled one back as Pompey finally started to click and both sides might have added to the scoring as the game became extremely stretched.
Paul Cook made three changes from the side that were beaten at home by Plymouth at the weekend.
With Christian Burgess and Gary Roberts both nursing knocks, there were starts for Adam Webster and Marc McNulty.
The other switch saw Evans come in wide on right, with Adam McGurk dropping to the bench.
There was a comical moment in the opening stages when referee Nigel Miller awarded a Pompey goal-kick – despite the ball clearly striking Ben Davies on its way out of play.
But there was little else to cheer the large travelling support in a contest that the struggling hosts dominated.
There were a couple of half-chances early on, with Evans’ cross drifting onto the roof of the net and Webster heading wide from a corner.
But it was York looking the more threatening and Paul Jones did well to deny Fewster following a fine surging run from Luke Hendrie.
The keeper was called into action again on 25 minutes, this time preventing Summerfield from finding the net from a free-kick wide on the left.
And there was a further scare when McNulty lost possession, with the ball eventually scrambled behind from a corner.
But it was from that set-piece that the hosts broke the deadlock, as Summerfield’s delivery was headed back by Scot Bennett for Fewster to convert from close range.
Pompey were looking extremely sloppy and were guilty of gifting their opponents the ball on a number of occasions.
York, meanwhile, did not look like a side destined for non-league and doubled their lead on 34 minutes following a quick counter-attack.
Hendrie eventually received the ball wide on the right and sent in a fine low cross that Alessandra slotted home from a few yards out.
There was brief respite at the other end of the pitch when Kyle Bennett shrugged off a couple of challenges and sent a shot flying narrowly over the bar.
But there was still time for the Blues’ evening to get even worse, as Webster went down off the ball and had to be replaced just before the break.
There was no recognised centre-back among the substitutes, so Adam Barton was once again called upon to deputise in defence.
Half Time: York 2 Pompey 0
York continued to impress after the restart and Ben Davies was called into action to block Galbraith’s drive.
But the hosts did forge further ahead on 48 minutes – not that there was much the Blues could do to prevent it.
It was a stunning strike from Summerfield, who picked up the ball 30 yards out and sent it arrowing into the net.
Pompey came close to reducing the deficit soon after when Michael Smith collected a pass down the left, cut inside and curled a shot narrowly wide.
But they did have a goal in fortunate fashion on 55 minutes, when EVANS was fed by Davies and saw his shot fumbled over the line by Scott Flinders.
The keeper did better to keep out McNulty’s header a few seconds later, although the flag had already been raised for offside.
And the Blues were suddenly look a lot brighter, with Evans flicking Bennett’s corner into the side netting.
But they were still guilty of some sloppy play, with one turnover of possession resulting in Jones saving well to deny James Berrett.
Pompey were soon back on the attack, though, and when Bennett was fouled on the edge of the box, Davies stepped up to curl the free-kick just wide.
Cook made his second switch on 66 minutes, with Tollitt given a chance to impress as Bennett was withdrawn.
The winger was soon involved in the action, reacting quickly after his first effort was blocked and sending a second just over the bar.
But Fewster then missed two chances to wrap the points up as the game became extremely open, sending two shots wide when he should have found the target.
Conor Chaplin was introduced for the closing stages, although it was fellow substitute Tollitt who came close to setting up a grandstand finale on 78 minutes.
He beat his man in the box and drove the ball towards goal, only for a well-placed Hendrie to clear it from the line.
The match was now a breathless affair and it took a fine double save from Jones to stop first Fewster and then Galbraith grabbing a fourth for York late on.
York (4-3-3): Flinders; Hendrie, Bennett, Cameron, Carson; Summerfield, Berrett, Penn (c); Alessandra, Fewster, Galbraith (McEvoy 90+1)
Goals: Fewster 30, Alessandra 34, Summerfield 48
Booked: Summerfield, Carson
Subs not used: Ingham, Swan, Dixon, Riordan, Thompson
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Jones; Davies, Webster (Barton 45+1), Clarke, Stevens; Hollands, Doyle (c); Evans, McNulty (Chaplin 74), Bennett (Tollitt 66); Smith
Goals: Evans 55
Subs not used: Murphy, Freeman, Naismith, McGurk
Referee: Nigel Miller
Attendance: 3,214 (841 Pompey fans)
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Karen Lucille “Lucy” Hale (born June 14, 1989) is an American actress and singer. Earlier in her career, she was sometimes credited as Lucy Kate Hale. Hale was one of five winners of the reality show American Juniors. She is known for her role as Aria Montgomery on the Freeform series Pretty Little Liars, which won her a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Actress in 2014. The same year, she released her debut studio album, Road Between.
|Portsmouth||1 – 2||Plymouth Argyle|
Late goals stun Blues
Pompey were left shell-shocked after somehow managing to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory against Plymouth.
Michael Smith’s first half header looked to have wrapped up the points against their promotion rivals at a packed Fratton Park.
The hosts were comfortably holding on for a valuable win, only for Jamille Matt and Gregg Wylde to turn the game on its head late on.
Paul Cook, unsurprisingly, stuck with a winning side, naming the same starting 11 for a fourth match in succession.
There was a minute’s silence before kick-off to remember those who lost their lives in the Battle of Jutland, with the centenary of the naval battle approaching.
It was the visitors who got off to a brighter start when the game started and they had two good chances in the opening stages.
They both came from corners, with the first headed against the inside of the post by Carl McHugh on four minutes.
It was centre-back Peter Hartley who connected with this second, but Enda Stevens was well stationed on the post to clear the danger.
But Pompey grew stronger as the half progressed, putting their opponents under the cosh by pressing high up the pitch.
The home fans were baying for a red card when Argyle keeper Luke McCormick slid out of the box with the ball in his hands, but referee Christopher Sarginson rightly opted for a yellow one.
Kyle Bennett teed-up a chance for Michael Doyle on 29 minutes, but the skipper bent his effort narrowly wide.
Gary Roberts then showed great footwork just inside the box, only to see his shot curl onto the roof of the net.
There was a bit of needle creeping into the game as the interval approached, with a few niggly challenges.
But Fratton Park erupted on 37 minutes when the build-up of Pompey pressure finally resulted in a goal.
It was SMITH who scored it, stooping to head the ball into the bottom corner after Matt Clarke had sent a cross into the box.
Half Time: Pompey 1 Plymouth 0
The scrappy element of the contest was on display again early in the second half, with Doyle and Hartley both booked for fouls.
It was the Blues who had the first opening following the restart after the Pilgrims failed to properly deal with Stevens’ low delivery.
The ball fell to the tireless Danny Hollands on the edge of the box and his low drive was deflected inches past the post.
Plymouth were opened up with another neat move just past the hour mark, but after Roberts had flicked Doyle’s pass into Stevens’ path, the left-back lifted a shot over the bar.
Cook made his first switch on 67 minutes, with Adam McGurk making way for Gareth Evans wide on the right.
And the hosts almost doubled their advantage moments later, with Christian Burgess turning Bennett’s free-kick wide from close range.
Plymouth had not threatened since the break, but Paul Jones was called into action on 72 minutes, diving to his right to turn Graham Carey’s shot around the post.
A second substitution soon followed, as Marc McNulty came on for Roberts in the Blues’ attack.
There were a few nervy moments as the seconds ticked down, but Pompey were looking dangerous on the break, with Smith firing one shot wide and seeing another saved by McCormick.
But Argyle deflated the vibrant mood around the ground by levelling on 84 minutes, with Matt heading in Carey’s corner.
And it was Carey who provided the assist for Plymouth’s second goal moments later, clipping the ball back for Wylde to slam home.
There was hope of salvaging something from the game when the fourth official displayed five minutes of stoppage-time.
But despite throwing on an extra forward in the shape of Conor Chaplin, Pompey were unable to find a leveller.
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Jones; Davies (Chaplin 89), Burgess, Clarke, Stevens; Hollands, Doyle (c); McGurk (Evans 67), Roberts (McNulty 76), Bennett; Smith
Goals: Smith 37
Booked: Doyle, Burgess
Subs not used: Murphy, Webster, Close, Naismith
Plymouth (4-diamond-2): McCormick; Mellor, Nelson (c), Hartley, Purrington (Wylde 70); Carey, McHugh, Houghton, Boateng; Jervis (Reid 78), Matt
Goals: Matt 84, Wylde 86
Booked: McCormick, McHugh, Hartley
Subs not used: Dorel, Bentley, Tanner, Harvey, Rooney
Referee: Christopher Sarginson
Attendance: 18,423 (2,405 away fans)
The Hawks held their nerve to win the Hampshire Senior Cup for the first time tonight, after beating gutsy Winchester City on penalties at Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium.
Lee Bradbury’s side recovered from going a goal behind at the break to former Gosport man Andy Forbes’ effort as they avoided an upset thanks to Dan Strugnell’s late leveller.
With no extra-time to be played, it was straight to a shoot-out, where ruthless Hawks converted all five spot-kicks, with Ryan Young saving the first City penalty from Jamie Barron to give them victory.
Andy Robinson netted the decisive effort as the favourites triumphed 5-3 on penalties, with substitutes James Hayter and George Barker joining Scott Donnelly and Matt Paterson in converting from 12 yards.
Boss Bradbury, who led the Hawks to a first Hampshire Senior Cup triumph in four attempts, said: ‘It feels good to finally win the cup.
‘I felt we bossed the game only to find ourselves a goal down and chasing the game.
‘They made it hard for us and although we had a lot of possession we never really hurt them enough
‘We did that well and made better decisions in the second half and were a lot better higher up the pitch.
‘When we sent James Hayter and Ben Swallow on it turned the game.
‘Once it went to penalties we were great.
‘It is great for our confidence going into our massive league game at St Albans on Saturday.’
The Hawks had an early escape when Robinson got back to clear off the line after Adam Roberts rounded goalkeeper Young.
In response, Nic Ciardini skipped through the City defence before firing wide of the far post.
Donnelly then flashed a 30-yard free-kick narrowly past the post and did the same with another effort from the edge of the area.
But on 29 minutes the Southern League side took a shock lead, following a poor mistake by Theo Lewis in midfield.
Warren Bentley intercepted his crossfield pass and burst into the area.
Young kept his low shot out with his foot but Forbes reacted quickest to slide the loose ball into the net.
Ten minutes into the second period, Shamir Mullings volleyed wide at the far post after being picked out by a terrific Paterson cross.
With 20 minutes remaining, City goalkeeper Brendan Norris did well to keep out a fierce drive from substitute Hayter at the near post, with the veteran striker an instant threat.
The Hawks were piling the pressure on their visibly tiring opponents and it finally paid off seven minutes from time.
A lofted ball dropped to Strugnell inside the area and the defender drove the ball in from eight yards.
The full-time whistle signalled a penalty shootout with Bradbury’s men netting all five of their spot-kicks to claim trophy glory after Young had earlier saved from Barron.
Hawks: Young, Strugnell, Haran, Lewis, Robinson, Hill, Ciardini, Donnelly, Mullings, Paterson, Mitchell. Subs: Molyneaux, Swallow, Hayter, Barker, Cummings
I have started to re-brand the main site, got tired of capitol letters and the orange colour.
The site now has the above logo on the root pages, lower tier pages will take time to update as I don’t use templates (I’m an amateur at web design).
I will also be changing the site to use exclusively Verdana and not the mix of fonts as it currently has
|Home Sweet Hell
Don Champagne seems to live the American Dream; he has a successful family business selling furniture; he lives in a comfortable house in the suburbs; he has the perfect wife Mona Champagne and the perfect children Allison and Andrew.
However Mona is a cold woman that schedules the days that Don may have sex with her. When Don hires the gorgeous saleswoman Dusty to work with his salesman Les, they have a torrid love affair. Soon Dusty tells to Don that she is pregnant and has the intention of keeping the baby. Don does not have money that belongs to Mona but Les offers to lend some money to him. He offers thirteen thousand dollars to Dusty, but she blackmails him.
Without any way out, Don discloses his affair with Dusty to Mona and she tells that he must kill Dusty to protect their family. But what they do not know is that Dusty is a swindler and lover of a dangerous gangster and his gang wants to take money from the Champagne family.
I really like Katherine Heigl, I think she is a fine actress, very hot and does spend a lot of this film in various states of undress. Unfortunately it is just another very poor film she has got herself in. I know it’s meant to be a black comedy but you still need some comedy.
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Margaret Constance “Maisie” Williams (born 15 April 1997) is an English actress. She made her professional acting debut as Arya Stark in the HBO fantasy television series Game of Thrones, for which she won the EWwy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, the Portal Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television and Best Young Actor, and the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor.
Williams has also had a recurring role in Doctor Who as Ashildr in 2015. In addition to television, she made her feature film debut in the mystery The Falling, for which she won the London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Young Performer of the Year.
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Alexandra Anna Daddario (born March 16, 1986) is an American actress and model. She is best known for playing Annabeth Chase in the Percy Jackson film series and Blake in San Andreas. She starred in the films Texas Chainsaw 3D and Hall Pass, and has guest starred in series including White Collar, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the first season of True Detective and American Horror Story: Hotel.
|Dagenham & Redbridge||1 – 4||Portsmouth|
Doyle, Burgess, Evans and Bennett on target for Blues
Pompey fought from behind to beat Dagenham and charge right back into the automatic promotion race.
It looked like being a miserable afternoon in the capital when Ashley Hemmings’ goal ensured the hosts would go in ahead at the break.
But the mood improved in the second half, with Michael Doyle volleying in the equaliser before Christian Burgess headed the Blues into the lead.
Gareth Evans then came off the bench to add his name to the scoresheet late on, with Kyle Bennett capping off a memorable 45 minutes of football.
Paul Cook unsurprisingly stuck with the same side that beat both Notts County and Carlisle at Fratton Park.
And there was plenty of anticipation among the 1,659 away fans who had made the journey up from the south coast.
But there was not much to excite them in a drab opening to the contest, with neither side looking particularly threatening.
The visitors had a couple of half chances and Daggers keeper Mark Cousins was forced to race from his line to stop Gary Roberts racing onto Adam McGurk’s hooked pass.
Bennett was then neatly released by Enda Stevens down the left, bursting into the box and seeing a shot blocked.
Their best opening arrived on 23 minutes, however, when the hosts failed to deal with a Ben Davies free-kick.
Bennett picked the ball up and floated a cross to the far post, where it was headed clear by Oliver Muldoon, only for Danny Hollands to send a 25-yard volley flying narrowly over the bar.
But that only seemed to spark Dagenham into life and finally create some chances of their own.
Paul Jones did well to deny Matty Cash from point-blank range after the ball had flown through a sea of bodies.
But he could not prevent League Two’s basement side from breaking the deadlock on 34 minutes.
Justin Hoyte’s free-kick was headed on by Christian Doidge for Hemmings, whose acrobatic over-head effort looped over the keeper and into the net.
Dagenham should really have doubled the advantage moments later, but an unmarked Hoyte headed Josh Passley’s cross over.
Pompey were struggling to find any fluency in their forward play, although Michael Smith did hammer a shot narrowly wide just before the break.
Half Time: Dagenham & Redbridge 1 Pompey 0
The visitors had an early chance to draw level when former Blues loanee Passley was penalised for a handball.
Roberts sent a decent delivery into the box, but Matt Clarke could only head it over as he arrived at the far post.
Pompey were unsurprisingly now playing with a lot more urgency and one quick break ended in Davies’ cross having to be cleared behind by Clevid Dikamona.
And the travelling support finally had something to cheer as their side drew level with a fine goal just before the hour mark.
Roberts collected a long ball down the left from Stevens and pinged in a cross that DOYLE met with a fine low volley from just inside the box.
Pompey were not done there, however, and soon heaped more pressure on their shell-shocked opponents.
Bennett was next to threaten after being fed by Smith, but his effort caught a deflection and bobbled wide.
There was an almighty scramble from the resulting corner that ended with Davies sending in a fierce cross that nobody could connect with.
But Dagenham soon caused some concern at the other end, with Stevens forced to hack clear a corner from the line and Oliver Muldoon’s follow-up then held by Jones.
The mood of the Blues support soon switched from concern to joy, however, as the visitors took the lead on 68 minutes.
Davies was fouled wide on the right and Bennett’s free-kick was met by BURGESS, who glanced home a fine header.
Cook made his first switch with 10 minutes remaining, as Evans added some fresh legs to the attack by replacing McGurk.
And it was EVANS who secured the victory when he stole in to head home Bennett’s free-kick from close range.
But there was still time for the result to become even more emphatic as BENNETT deservedly got a goal of his own, jinking into the box before slamming a shot past Cousins.
Dagenham & Redbridge (4-1-4-1): Cousins; Hoyte, Hyam, Dikamona, Widdowson; Muldoon (Cureton 69); Passley (Hawkins 75), Labadie (c), Cash (Boucaud 75), Hemmings; Doidge
Goals: Hemmings 34
Booked: Passley, Doidge, Hoyte
Subs not used: Moore, Pennell, Chambers, McClure
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Jones; Davies, Burgess, Clarke, Stevens; Hollands, Doyle (c); McGurk (Evans 80), Roberts (McNulty 89), Bennett (Naismith 89); Smith
Goals: Doyle 59, Burgess 68, Evans 85, Bennett 88
Booked: Doyle, Smith, Clarke
Subs not used: Murphy, Webster, Close, Chaplin
Referee: Lee Collins
Attendance: 3,122 (1,659 Pompey fans)