Luka Doncic’s 21 points lead Mavericks past Trail Blazers

first_imgMOST READ Dallas Mavericks forward Luka Doncic (77) attempts a shot over Portland Trail Blazers center Jusuf Nurkic (27) as Portland Trail Blazers Al-Farouq Aminu (8) and Maurice Harkless (4) look on during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, in Dallas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)DALLAS— The Dallas Mavericks hadn’t won eight in a row at home since the year they won the NBA championship.On Tuesday night, they matched that mark and continued their upward trajectory in the rugged Western Conference.ADVERTISEMENT C.J. McCollum added 18 points for the Blazers, but made just 7 of 19 shots and 2 of 7 3s.“Our guys did a great job executing the defensive game plan,” Dallas coach Rick Carlisle said. “Which was not an easy game plan because we were chasing guys who are great players 30 to 40 feet away from the basket.”Lillard scored 25 of his 33 points in the second half as Portland tried, but failed, to rally from a deficit that was mostly double digits through almost all the first three quarters.“It’s an uphill battle,” Lillard said. “I thought we still had a chance. When you create a hole, you got to fight out of it so hard to get there, you put yourself in a position where you got to be perfect down the stretch.”The Mavericks closed out the first quarter with a 17-3 run and held a double-digit lead until Lillard’s drive and free throw made it 78-69 late in the third.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Bright Akhuetie officially named UAAP MVP; Angelo Kouame is top rookie Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Dwight Powell hit consecutive 3-pointers and Maxi Kleber followed a Devin Harris miss with a dunk to put Dallas up by 14 after three quarters.J.J. Barea’s driving layup capped a 10-0 run that gave the Mavericks their biggest lead at 92-73. Portland got as close as six points in the game’s final minutes, but Doncic hit a fall-away 3-pointer with 58.9 seconds to go for a 108-99 lead.HITTING THE SKIDSThe teams are going in opposite directions. While Dallas has heated up, Portland has lost eight of its last 11.“This game was very similar to the last two we played,” Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. “Get off to a slow start, get down at halftime, make a good comeback and fall short. I think we’re all getting tired of it.”TIP INSTrail Blazers: Lillard scored the Blazers’ final 15 points of the third quarter. . Portland’s frustration became evident in the third quarter when Al-Farouq Aminu and Maurice Harkless were given technical fouls 35 seconds apart for arguing with referee Ed Malloy.Mavericks: Guard Dennis Smith Jr. had 12 points and nine assists, one day after he had a root canal to fix a broken tooth suffered Sunday night after the Clippers’ Patrick Beverley caught him with an elbow. … Every Dallas starter scored in double figures and every Mavs player who saw action scored at least five.DONCIC HONOREDDoncic was named Western Conference Rookie of the Month for October/November. Doncic started the team’s first 20 games and averaged a team-high 18.5 points. He’s second on the team in rebounds and assists.center_img ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Luka Doncic scored 21 points and Wesley Matthews added 17 as the Mavericks won for the ninth time in 11 games, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 111-102.DeAndre Jordan added 12 points and 17 rebounds for Dallas, which won its eighth in a row at American Airlines Center for the first time since March 2011 – three months before they defeated Miami for the franchise’s only NBA title.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“To be the team we want to be, we have to win the games at home,” Matthews said. “Our attention to defense is what’s really doing it for us.”That defense made it difficult for Portland’s vaunted backcourt. Damian Lillard had 33 points, but shot 10 for 23 from the field and 2 for 8 on 3s. His 11-for-12 shooting from the line helped his total. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title “It means a lot,” Doncic said. “It’s just another example for me to keep working hard and keep fighting for what I want. There’s a lot to improve.”The last Dallas player to be selected Rookie of the Month — and the only one since 2004 — was Yogi Ferrell in February 2017.UP NEXTTrail Blazers: Host Phoenix on Thursday.Mavericks: Second half of a back-to-back Wednesday at New Orleans.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player awardlast_img read more

Jordan cites Caricom’s Tariff as reason for tax waiver removal

first_img…says Govt willing to approach COTED for exemptionsFinance Minister Winston Jordan has outlined that the recent decision by the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) to remove the tax waiver on manufacturing imports, which was being used by local manufacturers is in keeping with the Caribbean Community’s Common External Tariff (CET).Finance Minister Winston JordanAccording to Jordan the CET was established under the Treaty of Chaguaramas and is being implemented in other Caricom countries. As such he noted: “The fact that we had been delinquent in the payment doesn’t mean that it is right to continue.”The finance minister expounded: “It is not a local tax; it is under the Treaty of Chaguaramas and is required for all members of Caricom. We just can’t sit and cry over something that is not a government imposition and should have happened before.”“It is a local manufacturer who drew it to our attention and once that became known we couldn’t just ignore it because we don’t know what would have been the subsequent consequences of having been told and us not acting on it. They could have complained further. They could have complained to Caricom because they themselves were being affected by the particular act,” Minister Jordan explained.Referencing the Suriname Rudisa Beverage Company case of 2012, the Finance Minister stated: “You know the last time we failed to enforce the law or treat people equally; it cost us about $1.5 billion. If you remember the Rudisa case, we also have, I believe, a case outstanding with the Trinidad Cement Limited (TCL) where we failed to impose the CET for cement that came, extraregionally some years ago, and TCL took us to court.”The minister said on the Government Information News Agency (GINA) that while government cannot arbitrarily grant relief from the CET, it has met with the Guyana Manufacturers’ and Services Association (GMSA) and indicated its readiness to approach the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) for exemptions on raw materials for local manufacturers.He noted further that a list of raw materials has been requested from the GMSA, which upon submission, will be forwarded to the Ministry of Finance for representation to be made to Caricom for relief to be granted by COTED.The point man on finance expressed government’s willingness to explore other ways through which the local manufacturing industry may receive relief from the effects of the taxes being imposed: “Let’s knock our heads together and see perhaps where relief can be given in another area. The government is not averse in looking at any suggestion in that area.”Local manufacturers have complained about government’s decision to implement taxes on imported raw materials. In fact, the GMSA through its President Eon Caesar had even agreed to take the lead in suspending the previously unimplemented import taxes.Caesar had said: “The GMSA members are concerned about the significant consequences which will be faced by manufacturers and their customers should these import taxes be imposed.”The association President stressed further: “It is imperative that manufacturers, and more importantly the purchasers of products, be cognisant of the fact that this requirement would result in higher prices for products and services. This decision has a direct impact on the end users as products and services which they normally utilise would become more expensive.”Opposition leader of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C), Bharat Jagdeo had also condemned the move by government, calling for an immediate reversal of what he termed “anti-manufacturing policy.”“The Government has gone completely insane,” Jagdeo declared in a statement. He posited that this was a desperate measure to bolster dwindling tax revenues.“Rather than address the core reasons for the revenue shortfall, which is the precipitous drop in economic activities in the country and the ineptitude in defining a way forward, the government has resorted to targeting the productive sectors of our economy,” he said.The former President asserted that government appeared to be ill-advised on policy matters: “[The change] … will have dire consequences for those companies and may result in the closure of some of them and the loss of thousands of jobs.”last_img read more

Govt will not budge to alleviate sugar workers’ sufferings – Jagdeo

first_imgOpposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Sunday said the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU)-led coalition Government would not heed sugar workers’ call not to close the Rose Hall sugar factory. This, he said, is so because the current Administration is an “uncaring government” that would not budge to alleviate the suffering of sugar workers.The Opposition Leader made the comments while addressing a massive rally on Sunday at Adelphi, East Canje, Berbice, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne).According to the Opposition Leader, no action by sugar workers or any concerned groups will have any bearing on Government’s decision to close the Rose Hall Sugar Estate.Speaking at the rally, Jagdeo said the rally in solidarity against the closure of the Rose Hall Estate would have made a difference if the current Government was a sincere one. “If we had a Government that genuinely wanted to create a future for sugar workers and the industry, but this Government is not motivated by an economic plan.“They are not motivated by a study. They are not motivated even by the numbers, because you do not make critical decisions that will affect the lives of 17,000 people and cause 10,000 of them to lose their jobs based on four years of profit and loss statements of an industry of this nature,” the former Head of State told the gathering.Jagdeo said that the coalition Government made a decision when it took office that it was going to close the sugar industry – an industry in which most of the stakeholders are in favour of a People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Government.“We must never allow fear to paralyse us,” he said. “If we only allow fear to take us over, our future in this country is done. It is not just about sugar; it is about who we are as a people and the progress we make. Today, we are fighting for much more than sugar here…”Jagdeo noted that Government also wanted to sell the Skeldon Factory, explaining that it was profitable and through the co-generation plant, was able to supply 90,000 homes with electricity last year.Commenting on Government’s ability to see into the future, Jagdeo referred to the current Administration as a government without vision. “When we were in government, we were talking about a green sector, a low-carbon development strategy that will bring new jobs and new wealth.”This, he added, was going to upgrade the sugar and rice industries, and also ensure that Guyana got into rare metals and open up the savannahs. “That is what the vision was. You know what they have reduced it now to? When a reporter asked the President, ‘How are you going to create jobs in the future,’ he said, ‘We must do things like making pepper sauce and making cook-up to sell, and making plantain chips…’ That is where we have come from – talking about a future that will create thousands of jobs and new wealth and new infrastructure and a modern country to now selling plantain chips and cook-up rice; you can’t run a country on that…”SecurityThe Opposition Leader also took the opportunity to address the issue of security, which he said the Government was in denial on among several issues other than the economy. The current Administration, he added, should be the experts in security since it has at the highest level ex-army personnel, including the President and Minister Winston Felix. “But they are totally inept on security matters and it will continue to do so.”In mentioning the two prison fires, Jagdeo said after the first fire, Government officials met with the prisoners; a decision which he had then criticised and which has caused the prisoners to feel that they can now get the attention of Government if they burn the prisons. “The moment that prisoners feel that they can get political attention by setting a fire, they will set more fires in our country.”Issues such as corruption were also addressed by the former Head of State.Prior to the rally, several thousand people representing sugar workers, women, civic society and party supporters marched through several villages before converging at Adelphi.Meanwhile, other speakers spoke of Government’s treatment of persons in the sugar industry, while citing the lack of salary and wage increases for sugar workers and the refusal of the Government to give Police Officers and military personnel a one-month salary as a bonus at the end of the year – something which they had grown accustomed to while Government Ministers benefited from huge salary increases.last_img read more

2 FSJ Athletes to participate in Paralympics

first_imgTwo Fort St. John Athletes will participate in the upcoming Paralympic Games in Beijing.We’ve already told you about swimmer Laura Jensen, the other athlete is Robert (Bo) Hedges, who will play on the Canadian Men’s Basketball Team. Robert’s family operates a farm up at Wonowon.At the age of 13 Robert severed his spinal cord after falling out of a tree. This is the first time Robert has made the paralympic team and the entire team hopes to make it 3 gold medals in a row in Beijing.- Advertisement -Robert now calls Burnaby home, but still has family in the area. The Paralympic Games start September 7th.For more on Robert read this recent article in the Vancouver Sun.Keep watching this website for updates on the team during the Paralympic Games.Advertisementlast_img

USC football: Carroll: Recruit’s words got ‘twisted’

first_imgUSC coach Pete Carroll said Friday he is “not fazed” by a university investigation into whether NCAA rules were broken in the recruitment of star tailback Joe McKnight because “nothing happened so we won’t get penalized.” McKnight caused a controversy during his news conference to announce he signed with USC on Wednesday, when he suggested he picked the Trojans after he listened to a conversation between Carroll and former tailback Reggie Bush. McKnight followed up his initial comments and said they were mistaken. “The way he says what he said, his words might have been twisted,” Carroll said. “They never talked and never had a conference call or speakerphone conversation. Joe knows that. “I’m not worried about it one bit. There are phone records to show it never happened and if it comes down to it, they will find that out.” Under NCAA rules, former players are forbidden to speak to recruits because they are considered boosters or representatives of the university. USC’s compliance office is investigating the matter. Carroll said he considered setting up a conference call with Bush and McKnight during a home visit in Louisiana last week but was told by his staff such a conversation was against the rules. Instead, Carroll said he spoke to Bush. Before he signed, McKnight was concerned about possible NCAA penalties against USC involving allegations Bush received improper benefits from agents. Carroll said Friday he was looking for a tape of Mc- Knight’s news conference because he was concerned the tailback’s comments were “twisted.” center_img “When Joe was trying to get ahold of me, he wanted to know what was going on, so I talked to Reggie and asked for some details and got him up to date,” Carroll said. “That conversation with Bush (and McKnight) never existed. Reggie and everyone will tell you it didn’t happen.” Carroll said he blames Louisiana State fans for the controversy, because they are unhappy McKnight left the state and chose USC. “The LSU people are going crazy with it,” he said. “Everyone down there is raising a stink. There’s nothing to worry about. It absolutely did not happen.” Although the incident drew national attention Friday, even if a conversation took place, NCAA sources said it likely would be considered a secondary violation, which does not result in significant penalties. McKnight, who is from River Ridge, La., was rated the No. 1 tailback in the nation by His commitment helped give the Trojans a recruiting class that was ranked the nation’s best by several national services. (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Tottenham team line up news – XI to seal qualification in Europe tonight

first_imgQarabag v Tottenham is live on talkSPORT at 6pm (GMT) on Thursday 26 NovemberAfter this visit to Baku, Spurs are set to host London rivals Chelsea at White Hart Lane at noon on 29 November.Manager Mauricio Pochettino has left first team regulars Kyle Walker, Mousa Dembele and Danny Rose at home, while also confirming Nabil Bentaleb, Nacer Chadli, Erik Lamela and Alex Pritchard are injured.As a result, a number of the younger players have travelled with the team to Azerbaijan. Cameron Carter-Vickers,  the 17-year-ol defender and 18-year-old forward Shayon Harrison are there for the first time and join up with fellow academy graduates Josh Onomah, Harry Winks and goalkeeper Luke McGee.A win for Spurs would ensure qualification from the group stage with a game to spare, so are we llikely to see the likes of Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris and Dele Alli – suspended for the Chelsea game – in the starting line up?Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see the predicted XI. 11 1. Hugo Lloris (goalkeeper) – click the arrow above, right, to see the possible Tottenham line-up against Qarabag in squad number order – A win for Tottenham in Baku will see them qualify for the last 32 with a game to spare in Group J. 17. Andros Townsend (wide forward) 27. Kevin Wimmer (centre back) 4. Toby Alderweireld (centre back) 8. Ryan Mason (central midfield) 10. Harry Kane (striker) 15. Eric Dier (central midfield) 7. Heung-min Son (wide forward) 11 11 11 11 11 11 33. Ben Davies (left back) 11 11 20. Dele Alli (central attack) 11 16. Kieran Trippier (right back) 11last_img read more

Donegal sports stars get behind ‘Building Positive Clubs’ conference

first_imgDonegal sports stars were showing their support this week for the launch of the Donegal Sports Partnership “Building Positive Clubs” conference which takes place on October 22nd at Colaiste Ailigh in Letterkenny.The theme of the Building Positive Clubs Conference is “Sport Changes Lives” and the event will focus on the powerful role that sport can play in all aspects of life.We will hear inspirational accounts from a number of prominent sports personalities who will discuss issues which are more common than some might think in today’s society. The stories they will share with us will explain how sport can help overcome adversity against all odds. The conference will also highlight the benefits of positive coaching. More often than not sports clubs provide positive environments for everyone to enjoy but sometimes the win at all costs attitude and poor sportsmanship can have a negative impact applying unrealistic challenges and pressures.Headlining the conference is one of the best known Gaelic footballers of the past 2 decades – Oisin McConville. The former Armagh GAA player spent years gambling before confronting his issues and turning his life around.We will also here from Alan O’Mara (Cavan GAA) and Breifne Earley (World Cycle Race) who have recently published books on their battle with depression and will highlight the impact of sport on their lives.Peter Mitchell former professional footballer who played alongside players such as Robbie Keane, Harry Kewell and Rio Ferdinand at Leeds Utd F.C. will give us an insight to how his life was transformed following a car accident which ended his footballing career. Also in attendance will be Antonio Mantero author of the hugely successful blog “”. Antonio will focus on participation and development in children’s sport and the creation of fun safe environments which encourage learning.The conference is open to everyone; parents, coaches, players/athletes, sports clubs including administrators, teachers and community organisations. The fee is €19.95 with an early bird option of €15.95 if booked by September 30th, youth tickets (under 18s) are FREE.All proceeds will go to the Jigsaw Donegal youth mental health support service.For more information or conference booking visit or phone 074 9116078.Donegal sports stars get behind ‘Building Positive Clubs’ conference was last modified: September 14th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalsports conferencelast_img read more

No on Measure Y

first_img This time, voters need to just say no. The tax burden of covering most of the $15 billion already committed to LAUSD is great enough – $500 a year to someone who recently bought the median priced $600,000 home in the San Fernando Valley. The cost of Measure Y would add nearly $27 more per $100,000 assessment onto the $85 per every $100,000 already being paid. There is no doubt that LAUSD will find ways to spend this extra $4 billion, just as every resident would have no trouble finding creative ways to spend the extra money if their paychecks doubled. In this case, district officials haven’t made a compelling case that they will do the right things with $4 billion more. They still have billions left of the bond money already passed and a plan through 2012. But there’s evidence that they might need to slow down and reassess. For example, district enrollment has plummeted over the past three years and is anticipated to continue to fall, most notably in primary schools. Charter schools continue to eat away at the LAUSD’s student body, adding 20 new schools within the LAUSD this school year. Meanwhile, neither the Board of Education nor the LAUSD has made any real movement toward reform. Since 1997, when Los Angeles voters enthusiastically endorsed Proposition BB, a bond to build new schools and upgrade long-neglected campuses that were shamefully deteriorating, the district has been on a historic school-building run. Two times since then – the last time just 18 months ago – the Los Angeles Unified School District went back to the public asking for even more money to continue the massive project. Voters said yes both times; it was the right choice. Years of neglect had left the massive school system crumbling both physically and academically. The results of the $15 billion construction have been impressive, despite the unnecessary waste and overspending of some of the funds. And Superintendent Roy Romer will rightfully be noted in modern history as America’s master builder of new schools. But now district officials are asking voters to support a fourth bond on Nov. 8 for $3.985 billion, which they say will allow them to expand the scope of the project by 25 elementary schools as well as repairs to existing schools. In fact, they resist charter schools, refuse to lean down the bloated bureaucracy, and fight every effort to empower parents and teachers. And despite giving lip service to the small learning communities concept that is behind the allure of charter schools, the district continues on its current course of building large schools housing virtual cities of children. Instead of more money, the district needs a breather. District officials say the soaring cost of land and building materials is part of the reason more money is needed. But that’s only a better reason to slow down and take stock. The real-estate bubble is straining, and building materials and construction work are likely to become even costlier as resources go toward rebuilding New Orleans. This is the wrong time for LAUSD to ask for voters for more money. Vote no on Measure Y.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgBREAKING NEWS: The small Donegal village of Carrick is home to Ireland’s latest lotto winner.Lotto chiefs have confirmed today that the winner of Saturday night’s draw worth a whopping €2,984,327 was bought there.The ticket was purchased for €8 on Saturday in Quinn’s Supermarket on the town’s Main Street. Locals in the village say it could be one of their own or it could be a tourist passing through.Some locals weren’t getting too excited by the life-changing win.A spokesman for the nearby Slieve League Lodge bar said “It’s was Quinns and they’re delighted. It’s great for whoever has won it.“But we don’t get too excited. We take these things in our stride around here.” IT IS US! WINNING €3M LOTTO TICKET WAS BOUGHT IN DONEGAL VILLAGE was last modified: September 16th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

History of Bonagee United shared following launch of new floodlights

first_imgTwo and a half acre acre site at Dry Arch on the outskirts of Letterkenny purchased for £1,000 in 1970 is now the site for a €1.25 million development that could rival any of its kind in Ireland.In the early days, a team called Arcade Athletic was founded by a committee led by Paddy McFadden and based at that two-and- a-half acre plot.Arcade Athletic evolved into the Bonagee United we know today and there was surely a nostalgia feel for Katie McFadden, widow of the late Paddy McFadden, as she cut the tape on the latest phase of works at Dry Arch Park. Lights of any sort were in the future for the club in those early days, but six, 18-metre tall floodlights now standing over Bonagee United’s home.On Friday night, the latest part of the development – the floodlights, the relaying of one of the astroturf pitches and the installation of a wheelchair access area, at a total cost of €150,000 – was launched by Katie McFadden.“He’d have been so proud of this,” she said, referencing her late husband, as she put scissors to tape.Larry Maguire and Eric Funston were at the first meeting of the club in 1970 and remain instrumental now. Donal Coyle, the Club Chairman, referenced deceased members such as Hughie McKay, Barnie Crampsie, Billy Baird, Hughie McGuinness and Paddy McFadden.Mr Coyle said: “It’s a great night for the club and it’s a development started away back in the 70s. Those men had the foresight and the vision.“There has been a lot of hard work and a lot of fundraising put in over the years. The great thing about this club is the support we have received in the community.“From small beginnings, we have a community hall and some of the finest facilities in the country.”In 1998, the club – backed by grant aid from then Minister for Sport Dr James McDaid – started a massive re-development which went on to incorporate a general purpose hall, two astroturf pitches, a spectator stand, new playing pitch, additional dressing rooms and ancillary facilities. From the 2015 Sports Capital Programme, Bonagee United received funding of €90,000 while they obtained €7,250 from the Development Funding of Councillors in the Letterkenny Municipal District – and a unique piece of politics.“What happened this year was unprecedented,” Coyle explained. “We got €7,250 from the Council Development Fund Inititative and all tenCouncillors contributed. That hasn’t happened before and I would like to thank all ten Councillors for their contribution.”You get the feeling Bonagee United won’t rest on their laurels for long. Coyle said: “We are always looking to develop. You have to keep building and you have to keep developing.”Photography by Evan Logan History of Bonagee United shared following launch of new floodlights was last modified: November 5th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more