Galway ran out 3-21 to 14 point winners of today’s National Hurling League Final against Tipperary at the Gaelic Grounds.Galway took an early lead in the game with points from Joe Canning and Jason Flynn. Flynn’s attempt on goal in the opening half was well saved by Darren Gleeson – but Galway were still up 11 points to 5 at half time.Tipperary had their work cut out in the second half as Galway came out all guns blazing with a Jason Flynn goal inside the first minute of the second half – making up for his saved opportunity in the first half. Photo © Tipperary GAA He followed that up with a second goal in the 56th minute of play to put Galway 12 points ahead. Cathal Mannion then got Galways third goal ten minutes later.Tipp were never given the opportunity to get going in the game, and Galway ran out easy 16 point winners.Speaking afterwards Tipp Manager Michael Ryan said they simply weren’t preparedAudio Playerhttp://tippfm.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/MikeRyanPostNHLF.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
Additionally, the drug agreement is expected to specifically address opioid use, aiming to to rehabilitate users rather than punish them. Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died in a hotel room in Southlake, Texas, on July 1, and an autopsy found evidence of fentanyl, oxycodone and alcohol in his system.As part of a new agreement on opioids being negotiated between Major League Baseball and the players’ union, MLB will remove marijuana from the list of banned substances for minor leaguers, sources tell The Athletic. Major leaguers have not been subject to testing for marijuana.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) December 10, 2019MORE: What’s next for Nats after signing Stephen Strasburg?Neither marijuana nor opioids provide a competitive advantage to players, of course, and are thus not categorized the same way as performance enhancing drugs. MLB will stop testing players not on 40-man rosters for marijuana use as part of a still-to-be-finalized drug agreement between the league and Players’ Association, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.While players on 40-man rosters are currently not subject to tests for marijuana, the league still scans and suspends minor league athletes for positive tests. This proposed change, then, would standardize the testing process for pro players at all levels. Decriminalization of pot in many states around the U.S. as well as shifting policies in other leagues such as the NBA, have set precedent for MLB to loosen its approach to the drug.Opioids, meanwhile, represent a national addiction crisis. For athletes in particular, painkillers can be a dangerous entry point to substance abuse. As a result, both the Players Association and MLB have publicly voiced support for the drug policy to offer treatment options rather than punishment.Players Association head Tony Clark said last week that he believed a deal between his union and the league was imminent.
Jessica Burnettby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Jessica Burnett, 39, of Wellington has been formally charged by the Sumner County District Court on three felony counts concerning a relationship with a child 15 years of ageSumner County Attorney Kerwin Spencer has charged Burnett with indecent liberties with a child, a level 5 felony; indecent solicitation of a child, a level 6 felony and criminal sodomy, a level 3 felony.Burnett is accused during the spring or summer of 2014 of engaging in lewd sexual acts according to a court complaint filed on July 1.Allegedly, Burnett lewdly fondled or touched a juvenile male while sitting next to him at the Futures Unlimited building at 2304 North A Street.Â Burnett is also accused of inviting the male into the restroom and performing oral sex.Burnett has posted a $50,000 professional bond provided she have no contact with any child under the age of 16. She is to appear in Sumner County District Court for a first appearance hearing on July 14 at 9 a.m.