Galway Beat Limerick in Free Ridden Salthill Encounter Facebook Talking Points: Limerick’s unbeaten run comes to an end as they prepare for All-Ireland final rematch Linkedin Pictured at the Bon Secours Sports Medicine Symposium 2018 Return to Play Criteria. From left to right:Mr. Declan Bowler Consultant Orthopaedic & Sports Surgeon Bon Secours Hospital Cork,Emilie McGrath Clinical Specialist Chartered Physiotherapist Manager Bon Secours Hospital Galway,David Wallace Former rugby International & sports broadcasterBon Secours Health System presented its first Sports Medicine Symposium on Saturday in Thomond Park Limerick.This Symposium debated the ethical dilemma facing coaches and medical professionals in determining the right time for professional athletes and amateur sports players to return to play.Leading experts from the GAA, IRFU, the English Sports Institute, Bon Secours Health System medical professionals and academics explored topics from concussion injury to hip, ankle, knee and common sports related hand injuries. It also provided the launch pad for the Bon Secours Health System new Sports Medicine Service.The theme of this conference is Return to Play criteria, integral for strategic decision making for sports medicine clinicians and managers alike. This symposium provided a national forum for the discussion of current best practice, new research and clinical reasoning in the area of sports injury management and concussion. Conference speakers included Orthopaedic Consultants, Chartered Physiotherapists, Sports Psychologists, Sports Medicine researchers and senior sports managers and players, all experts in their respective fields.https://events.investnet.ie/ sports-medicine-symposium/Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Dr. Phil Glasgow, Head of Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy, IRFUBon Secours announced its new Sports Medicine Service. This new patient centred service will provide rapid access to sports injury treatment in multiple Bon Secours sites across the country. Gp’s, physiotherapists, sports clubs and patients themselves will have rapid access to Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist triage, followed by radiology, consultant review and surgery if necessary. The service is being developed and piloted in Bon Secours Cork, Galway and Tralee and will be expanded to all Bon Secours sites nationwide subsequently.Leaders in their field such as Dr Phil Glasgow , head Physiotherapist IRFU, Dr Lee Herrington, English Institute of Sports, Dr Pat O’Neill, Sports Physician debated these and other topics side by side with Orthopaedic Surgeons, Chartered Physiotherapists and Consultant Radiologists from Bon Secours hospitals across the country. Input was given from sports psychologists, managers and high level players. David Wallace former Munster Irish and British and Irish Lions rugby player also joined the discussion where he highlighted and give tips on how to get back to play physically and how to get mentally back to full confidence following injury.Emilie McGrath Clinical Specialist Chartered Physiotherapist and Mr Declan Bowler, Consultant Orthopaedic Consultant said “We were delighted to welcome key decision makers in the field of sports medicine and rehabilitation to the Bon Secours Sports Medicine Conference in Thomond. This conference was timed to announce the development of a new and exciting model of sports injury treatment and rehabilitation across the Bon Secours Group. As clinical leads in this new service Declan and Emilie are anticipating discussion and debate around topical areas of interest such as concussion diagnosis and treatment and early vs late return to play post ACL reconstruction”.More about health here. TAGSBon Secours Health SystemGAAIRFUReturn to PlaySports Medicine SymposiumThomond Park ICYMI: Billy Lee confirms 40-man Limerick Senior Football Squad for 2021 WATCH: Donal Ryan says there is a “great buzz” in the squad as the Ladies Footballer’s gear up for Offaly WhatsApp WATCH: John Kiely reflects on ‘fair result’ against Tipperary Calling all Limerick GAA Clubs Print Email Previous articleMotorcyclists urged to “Bike Safe” over the summer monthsNext articleState need to speed up delivery of social housing says Limerick TD Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter NewsHealthBon Secours Health System presented its first Sports Medicine Symposium in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – April 19, 2018 2475 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement
Image of the Day: USS Oak Hill’s LCAC Deploys View post tag: LCAC View post tag: Image of the Day Back to overview,Home naval-today Image of the Day: USS Oak Hill’s LCAC Deploys View post tag: Naval View post tag: Deploys View post tag: americas A landing craft air cushion (LCAC) departs the amphibious dock landing ship USS Oak Hill (LSD 51) during Bold Alligator 2014.Bold Alligator is intended to improve Navy and Marine Corps amphibious core competencies.Working with coalition, NATO, allied and partner nations is a necessary investment in the current and future readiness of our forces.The exercise takes place Oct. 29 – Nov. 10, 2014, afloat and ashore along the Eastern Seaboard.Press release, Image: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kevin Johnson View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic November 5, 2014 Authorities Share this article View post tag: USS Oak Hill
The East Central Trojan Wrestling team defeated Cincinnati Walnut Hills 48-30 in a dual meet.The Trojans participated in a Tri-Meet in Kentucky and defeated Covington Catholic 75-6 and Walton Verona 46-29.Wrestling – East Central Media Information (2)EC will be at The South Dearborn Knights Invitational on Saturday, January 19th and The IHSAA Sectionals at South Dearborn on Saturday, January 26th.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Scott Schwarz.
New Hull striker Nikica Jelavic has written an open letter to Everton fans in which he admits his concerns over his World Cup place forced him to move. “I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the Everton fans from the bottom of my heart for their support,” he wrote in his letter, published in the Liverpool Echo. “They gave me their backing from day one and never stopped believing in me, which is something I will always remember. “I believe the scoring run which I went on during those first six months (scoring 11 times in 16 appearances after his move from Rangers) is the real Nikica Jelavic and I’m pleased the Evertonians were able to see and appreciate what I’m really about. “Everton supporters have a special way of making you feel like one of them, and even when I was not in the team in more recent times I always felt they were behind me. “Playing for Croatia is something I also take huge pride in and with a World Cup on the horizon I was in the situation of needing to play more games to make sure I remain in Niko Kovac’s thoughts ahead of the tournament in Brazil. “Unfortunately that wasn’t happening at Everton, and Roberto Martinez was very honest and up front with me about his thinking. “When I went to meet Steve Bruce I realised it was the right move to a club with the potential to become a top Premier League outfit. Steve’s ambition was clear, as was his desire to see me playing and scoring goals. “While I’m sad to wave farewell to Everton and all my friends; it is time for my next challenge. “I’m only pleased that I was able to say goodbye with two goals in the FA Cup win against QPR, and share some special celebrations with them one last time. “I hope to be celebrating many more goals in future, and I’m excited to get going at my new club. But you can guarantee the Toffees will remain in my heart. I hope they can go on to fulfil their ambitions this season and I will always look out for them. “Hvala vam i sretno (Thank you and good luck).” The Croatia international completed his transfer on Wednesday and hopes a new start at the KC Stadium will help him ahead of this summer’s tournament in Brazil. However, despite a disappointing second half to his two-year stay on Merseyside, the 28-year-old expressed his gratitude. Press Association
THE insularity in the regional selection policy continues to hurt several Caribbean cricketers. Our se¬lec¬tors must at¬tempt to stop de¬cid¬ing on the ca¬reer paths for our crick¬eters with¬out giv¬ing them a fair and hon¬est tri¬al.Disrespect, discrimination and insularity have been meted out to so many players over the years and one such player is Guyanese left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul, who feels that he has never been given a fair chance in West Indies cricket.The Berbician con¬tin¬ues to demon¬strate va¬ri¬ety and con¬fi¬dence in his bowl¬ing at the regional level over the years, which is a clear ev¬i¬dence that he is at the top of his game, yet is not given a fair deal by the regional selectors.During an exclusive interview yesterday, 29-year-old, Permaul, who played six Tests and seven ODIs for West Indies, revealed that he is accustomed not to be in a West Indies setup, be it the senior or A-team.“I am accustomed by now, not to be selected for West Indies, not even in the senior or A-team after doing so well over the years at the regional level. But having said that, it is way out of my control … all I do is just play cricket, do well, and hope someday I get picked.”With 113 First-class matches to his credit, the former West Indies youth player added, “I (have) never been given a fair chance in West Indies cricket. I always get one game to prove myself while other players get a series to prove themselves and loads of opportunities.“Every year I have been doing well, and still can’t make a senior West Indies or A-team, so sometimes I wonder how others make it when my performance is better than theirs. For the past years in regional cricket I (have) been up there with performance and continue to be neglected. I hope a day will come when God will make things turn around for me.”Permaul questioned the criteria used in selecting a West Indies senior or A-team, since he is of the opinion that performance at the regional level should be the selectors’ benchmark.“To be honest I am not a person that likes to ask any selector why I am not selected because I would think performance in regional cricket is the criterion in making a West Indies senior or A-team, and if that is not the criterion then what is it? I am leaving everything in the hands of God. I will continue to play my cricket, and hope for the best,” he concluded the interview.Cricket West Indies (CWI) had recently selected three squads for the West Indies-A team series against the visiting India-A. Permaul is not in any of those squads, despite finishing among the top wicket-takers in the last five regional seasons, where he was a key player in Guyana’s fifth consecutive CWI Regional four-day titles. He has also been a crucial member of Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).Al¬though we would be in¬clined to crit¬i¬cise the se¬lec¬tion pol¬i¬cy and cer¬tain se¬lec¬tions in the past, these cur¬rent se¬lec¬tors have es¬sen-tial¬ly stuck with the same unit from be¬fore; no change, just ex¬change.Some¬thing is definitely wrong with the selection policy. But the ques¬tion is: can we trust newly elected president Ricky Skerritt to find a so¬lu¬tion, or will he just turn a blind eye? Let us watch and ob¬serve Skerritt care¬ful¬ly, as I am not very con¬fi¬dent of the fu¬ture, the left-arm spinner lamented.
Manchester City’s recovery process after every match and their comprehensive preparation for the next game are the key to their ongoing 15-match winning streak across all competitions, defender John Stones has said.City are unbeaten this season and have won every game following their 1-1 Premier League draw with Everton in August, opening an eight-point lead at the top of the standings and progressing to the knockout stages of the Champions League.”A lot of it is down to the preparation and post match,” Stones told British media. “The recovery we do, how we go about things in the few days before the next game, the staff keep us fit and healthy and keep that mental state, the winning run.”The 23-year-old also believes that his team mates’ hunger to win their first league title since 2014 and the first trophy since their League Cup triumph in 2016 drives them on.”That comes from everyone, the hunger, the fight. The boys have won titles and are hungry to do it again. That’s driving us on,” Stones said.”For people like me who haven’t won anything it’s all about progressing, getting as many points as we can and hopefully to achieve our targets, which is to get silverware.”The England centre-back has previously been criticised for his nervy performances but has regained form as City have become increasingly dominant, with Guardiola’s side conceding just seven league goals while scoring 38 in 11 games this season.”When you’re enjoying it, playing well, your mind is free and things come off,” Stones added.advertisement”I want to keep improving, keep this form going, striving to keep getting better. I think I am every day.”If I keep doing that, keep doing things right then hopefully I can stay at this form, everyone would love to stay at their peak for ten years but it’s not going to happen.”League leaders City travel to Leicester City on Nov. 18 after the conclusion of the international break.