Tigers fell to a defeat after being reduced to 14 men just before half-time when lock forward Will Spencer was red-carded for a high challenge on Tommy Taylor, the Wasps hooker. Despite playing the second half without Spencer, Tigers took the game to their hosts and only lost to three late penalties. I didn’t think it was a red card. I thought he might get a yellow card but it was red and killed the game. Tigers edged out in Gallagher Premiership thriller Wasps director or rugby Dai Young said he hoped that Spencer would not get a ban for the offence. It is very difficult to get that per cent right every time, but we have to protect players. We have come out the right side but there will be times we don’t. Picture – Getty Images Trailing at the break and a man down, Tigers could have been on the end of a hammering against high-class Wasps side. However, they took up the challenge and eventually left Coventry with two bonus points. We were a little bit loose in the first half and Wasps killed us with 25 points from our mistakes,” Murphy said.
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A teenager has been banned from driving for 17 months after crashing his car. Adam Carter, 19, of Clifton Court, Workington, was also fined £ for drink driving on Red Lonning, Whitehaven, on April 2.
Levine, a m runner, was provisionally suspended in February when found to have tested positive for the asthma drug clenbuterol in the highest profile doping case to hit British athletics for a decade. A mainstay of the British 4x m team and a triple world indoor relay medallist, Levine had been planning his competitive comeback after breaking his pelvis in a serious motorbike accident in January However, he has now been banned from competing until 13 December, , when he will be When informed of the presence of clenbuterol, he insisted it was due to two contaminated supplements he had been taking.
Levine with the men’s 4x m relay team at the European Athletics Championships in Credit: Getty Images He was unable to prove that claim and also failed to identify any supplements he had taken when providing the test. His career was thrown into doubt when the motorbike he was riding with team-mate James Ellington collided with a car while on a British Athletics training camp in January
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Crewe Alexandra head of foundation Carl Everall Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Head of foundation Carl Everall has been suspended by Crewe Alexandra over a ‘safeguarding’ issue. Details of the complaint made against Mr Everall – who joined the League Two club full-time last year – have not been disclosed by the club. He has been a coach with the club’s academy since and previously served as an academy coach at Port Vale.
It is the latest off-field crisis to hit the Alexandra Stadium following the year prison sentence handed to the club’s former paedophile coach Barry Bennell earlier this year. On the Mr Everall situation, a Crewe Alexandra spokesman said: I can, however, confirm that all relevant and appropriate procedures have been followed.
A NEWPORT City Council employee has been banned from driving and fined more than £ after he admitting driving under the influence of alcohol and failing to stop after a road accident.
Mathieu Bastareaud was sent off for this Get rugby updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Former rugby players and broadcasters have united in condemning French international Mathieu Bastareaud for his sending off in Toulon’s Top 14 victory over Castres on Sunday.
The times capped midfield battering ram saw red 12 minutes from time for a brutal forearm smash Castres lock Christophe Samson while laying prone on the ground with Toulon at the time trailing Bastareaud seemed to take exception to a tackle by Samson, who himself looked annoyed by a hit on team-mate Camille Gerondeau. And while Samson was defenceless on the turf, facing away from Bastareaud, the Toulon captain dropped to his knees and aimed a blow to the Castres player’s head.
The referee took action against both players, showing a yellow card to Samson before showing red to Bastareaud. Sky Sports commentator Miles Harrison described the incident as “bordering on assault”.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Bath Live updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A driver has been sacked and banned from driving school buses after letting seven pupils ride in the luggage compartment of a coach.
Richard Andrew Short, from Yate, described his actions as a “moment of madness. Mr Short will now not be able to drive school buses for the following 10 years as his passenger carrying vehicle PCV driving licence has been revoked. CCTV showed footage of the year-old laughing and smiling as he let the secondary school pupils into the luggage compartment before he set off for his school run.
V’s for Real School’s Guide. St Gregory’s Catholic College. On June 12, he was taking children on his regular school run, which he had done for several months. On the morning run, he allowed a child to enter the luggage compartment and drove around for about a minute and a half, CCTV footage showed. That afternoon, he let seven children climb into the luggage compartment, and drove for three minutes before letting them out.
The panel was also told Mr Short allowed children to stand alongside him while he was driving, and that he appeared to be relaxed, laughing and smiling. Read More The Bath bus lane where you are most likely to be fined if caught driving there Why did he do it? Stress At the time of the incident, the driver said he had been suffering from stress in his personal life, with his mum being very ill.
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Jessica Hayes in white and Kate Salmon black dress in a box on day one of the Cheltenham Festival Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A Wirral glamour model has been banned from every UK racecourse for a minimum of three years for flashing her boobs while attending Cheltenham races.
The drunken antics of year-old Katie Salmon in the Ladies Day VIP box at the prestigious racing event caused a stir earlier this year. Now the British Horse Racing Authority has taken the unusual move of slapping a ban on Katie – and her pal Love Island reality show star Jessica Hayes – for their behaviour. The pair were snapped flashing their boobs at a photographer as they quaffed champagne and smoked cigarettes. Both Katie and Essex girl Jessica remained unrepentant when the pictures came to light, and Katie continued to make light of the ban on social media today, tweeting her , followers: The footballers were banned for shorter periods – Samir Carruthers can apply for it to be lifted in March , and James Collins in January
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Barry Northcott, 40, caused fatal and “catastrophic injuries” to Karla Roman when he turned left into the year-old in Whitechapel, east London, after failing to spot her in his mirrors, Woolwich Crown Court previously heard. Ms Roman, who was just a few minutes from home in Trundleys Road, died of her injuries in hospital after being dragged under the wheels of the coach on February 6 last year. Coach driver found guilty of killing Karla Roman in Whitechapel crash Barry Northcott Northcott, of Southover, was convicted of causing death by careless driving last month and was sentenced on Friday, Scotland Yard said.
He was also banned from driving for five years and seven months and must re-take his driving test, the force added. Prosecutor Harpreet Sandhu had told the trial Ms Roman had been ahead of Northcott and within view for some 16 seconds before the crash. Northcott made the “deliberate decision” to pull into the cycle stop box at traffic lights and there was “no reason” he should not have seen the Brazilian national, Mr Sandhu said.
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The ban in Britain is set to extend not only to the portrayal of women in set social and domestic roles,but also in terms of targeting the aspiration of women of all ages. Advertisement and commercials are, oftentimes, responsible for advocating a certain kind of beauty standard, which is unreal and unhealthy, and leads to eating disorders in impressionable women.
Sexist advertisement also tends to show young girls and boys aspiring to be very specific things like ballerinas and engineers respectively. Also a decade-long study by the ASA has also shown how leaders and people in important positions in commercials are almost always men. Meet Alison Teal, The Female Indiana Jones With A Cause To eradicate this kind of conditioning in the behavioral patterns of men and women of all ages who are exposed to commercials of various kinds, the ASA has decided it is finally time to act like it is the 21st century, and remove all kinds of sexism from their print and digital media.
According to ASA chief executive, Guy Parker, Portrayals which reinforce outdated and stereotypical views on gender roles in society can play their part in driving unfair outcomes for people. While advertising is only one of many factors that contribute to unequal gender outcomes, tougher advertising standards can play an important role in tackling inequalities and improving outcomes for individuals, the economy and society as a whole.
Why India needs to follow suit David Ogilvy, the Father of Advertising, had once said that though advertising reflects the customs and behaviors of a society, it, however, does not influence them. Today, we are surrounded by media; our thoughts and the way we behave, are molded by what we see. How do you suggest that this child does not get influenced by what he watches? How do you ascertain that what he hears on television, does not become a part of his inner voice; a part of his outlook?
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Read more about sharing. Salazar centre coaches US athlete Galen Rupp as well as Britain’s Olympic champion Mo Farah Further details of a secret report by doping authorities into Mo Farah’s coach Alberto Salazar suggest he broke rules over banned steroid testosterone. The leaked interim report states the American has thus far failed to provide “acceptable justification for possessing testosterone” at his Nike Oregon Project NOP running camp.
Salazar strongly denies breaking rules. The year-old claims he is being “persecuted”. According to the report, dating from March , Salazar and several of his athletes have impeded Usada investigators, and “almost certainly” broke anti-doping rules over the infusion of a legal supplement L-carnitine. Media playback is not supported on this device Farah breaks European record in his final indoor race The report also states Salazar risked the health of his athletes, including Farah, by issuing potentially harmful prescription medicines, including thyroid replacement drugs, to boost performance, despite there being no obvious medical need.
But his possession of the banned anabolic steroid testosterone around the NOP athletes he coaches, first revealed by Panorama in June , could also lead to him being banned from the sport. Salazar insists he has a valid prescription for the drug. The trio are among dozens who have been interviewed by Usada as part of its ongoing investigation. Salazar produced a 12, word public response to the BBC and ProPublica’s allegations, including a letter from a specialist stating he required the testosterone for his personal use because he had been diagnosed with hypogonadism, which results in low testosterone.
He also said the testosterone experiment, which used his own sons as “guinea pigs”, was designed to protect against his athletes being sabotaged by someone rubbing testosterone gel on them after a race so that they would test positive. According to the leaked report, five days after the Panorama programme, Usada wrote to Salazar, asking him to provide “all medical records for you referring to [a] condition for which you have been prescribed testosterone”.
The report states Salazar’s lawyer produced seven documents in support of his condition, but concluded “the documents … do not establish Mr Salazar has suffered from hypogonadism… or that he requires testosterone replacement therapy.
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Former owner of Barrow coach firm saddened by damning public inquiry into safety failings, defective seat belts and incompetence Menu Barrow Former owner of Barrow coach firm saddened by damning public inquiry into safety failings, defective seat belts and incompetence Hard work: The traffic commissioner for the North West revoked Clarkson Coachways licence to operate after a string of health and safety failings and concerns about its financial stability. The firm was set up 28 years ago by husband-and-wife team Neil and Susan Clarkson, who operated 10 coaches and employed a team of 10 people from their base at Brady’s Yard in Walney Road.
In January , previous directors had resigned and the firm was taken over by Midlands-based businessman Gary Priest, who the Evening Mail made several, failed attempts to contact. Since then, what has been described by its founder as a “solid and profitable company” was gradually reduced to a shell of its former success and in April of this year staff were told they were out of work, with some owed unpaid wages.
On Friday, the traffic commissioner held a public inquiry to decide if the company’s coach operators’ licence should be revoked amid concerns about its “repute, financial standing and professional competence”. The commissioner heard evidence which made up a catalogue of failings including out-of-date safety inspection paperwork, inadequate defect reporting, routine vehicle safety checks not being carried out on time and a prohibition notice issued for a safety critical defect for a defective seat belt stalk.
A warning was issued to Richard Hoban, who was quizzed over his repute and professional competence. Traffic commissioner Simon Evans said: That is the sad part of this, the good people who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. It was a solid company, profitable, and it’s so sad that this has happened.