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first_img Don’t miss “Gardening in Georgia” on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. or on Saturdays at 10 a.m. on Georgia Public Television. The show is designed especially for Georgia gardeners. “Gardening in Georgia” is produced by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and GPTV. Window boxes can give you the glorious color of summer flowers. But like hanging baskets, they can be hard to keep watered. On “Gardening in Georgia” April 27 and 29, host Walter Reeves will show how to use hydrogels to conserve moisture in window boxes. The gel, mixed with the soil, absorbs the water and releases it over time in the box. Reeves will show how to build a wattle fence, too, to protect your ornamentals and serve as a focal point in the landscape. Finally, he’ll show how to prune crape myrtles, removing seed pods and cutting out branches in the middle. Thursdays and Saturdayslast_img read more

Chukwueze names Chelsea as favourite team amid EPL interest

first_img Loading… Still quite raw, the winger is maturing season by season and it won’t be long before someone decides to take the plunge and pay the Yellow Submarine what they want for the Nigeria international. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe New Lara Croft Will Really Surprise You8 Amazing Facts About Ancient Egypt His clause is set at €65m, which reduces the number of teams who can even consider buying him, and of those sides Chelsea have to be considered favourites after his latest quotes as featured on“My favourite team in England is Chelsea,” the 20 year old said in an Instagram Live filmed in isolation.“I was supporting Chelsea when I was young. When Chelsea lost that Champions League final against Manchester United, I was crying all through the night,” he continued.center_img Super Eagles winger Samuel Chukwueze is one of the rising stars of La Liga outside the top 3 teams, and his development at Villareal has been attracting attention from abroad for some time now.Advertisement Read Also: UEFA urges leagues to complete suspended football seasonsThat surely puts the Blues in the hot-seat, if indeed they want Chukwueze, and if they can agree a deal with his club. Liverpool were also reportedly interested way back in January, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see their smart transfer team try and wrap up a deal before anyone else has a chance to make their move.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Digicel Schools Football Championship

first_imgDICQUAN Clarke recorded the tournament’s first hat-trick, as Essequibo Islands Secondary became the first team to advance to the next round of this year’s Digicel Schools Football Championship, after picking up a 6-1 win over Parika/Salem Secondary when the seventh edition of the competition kicked off yesterday at the Leonora Track and Field Centre.Before the start of the tournament, the two teams were met by Digicel’s Head of Marketing Jacqueline James and Director of Sport Christopher Jones, who both wished them well.Jones and James then participated in the ceremonial ‘kick off’ to get the tournament started, as the teams wasted no time at running at each other.Reon Venture scored his first of two goals of the day in the 13th minute to give Essequibo Islands the advantage, but Jamal Baker equalised for Parika/Salem in the 40th minute to balance the scores.GOAL! Reon Venture (second from left), celebrates after scoring his first of two goals for Essequibo Islands Secondary. (Adrian Narine photos)However, Clarke got the first of his hat-trick just before halftime (44th minute), to put Essequibo Islands Secondary in the lead (2-1) at the close of the first stanza.But it was all Essequibo Islands after the resumption of the second half. Clarke scored his second in the 48th minute then Venture completed his brace in the 52nd minute.Clarke completed his hat-trick in the 61st minute and David Charter’s strike in the 64th minute was the icing on the cake for Essequibo Islands Secondary who will now play Vergenoegen Secondary on Wednesday June 21.Meanwhile, the Championship continues today with Leonora Technical tackling Professional Learning Institute at 15:30hrs at the Leonora Track and Field Centre.On Wednesday, Mahaicony Secondary tackle Belladrum Secondary at the Belladrum ground in West Berbice from 15:30hrs, while Vreed-en-Hoop and Patentia squaring off at L’Aventure ground from 15:30hrs.At the Burnham Park in New Amsterdam, Berbice High will collide with Berbice Educational Institute at 15:30hrs.Play continues throughout the week at various venues.One hundred and fifty schools, drawn from the ten administrative regions of Guyana, will once again vie for what is considered as the country’s ‘Holy Grail’ of schools football.One million dollars will go the winning school for a project of their choice, while second through fourth will pocket $700 000, $400 000 and $350 000 respectively.However, the tournament which will see Georgetown divided into north and south, will see the winners of each zone win $100 000 towards a school project.Chase’s Academic Foundation are the defending champions for the tournament, while the Christianburg/Wismar Secondary School, popularly known as Multi, are the most decorated team.The Linden-based team have played in every final since the inception of the tournament, winning four consecutive titles, only losing in the inaugural year to the Georgetown Technical Institute and in last year’s final. …Clarke nets hat-trick, Essequibo Islands send Parika/Salem packinglast_img read more