Paul Bastock has decided to hang up his gloves and end his career on a high - after securing his fifth promotion. The Boston-based goalkeeper - nicknamed The Cat - has ended his 30-year career after a staggering 1,277 competitive matches - and a year to remember.“My body is fine, probably better than it has been. But I just felt that, after the year I’ve had, I could end with a promotion,” Bazza said.Bastock made headlines in November after beating Peter Shilton’s world record 1,249 competitive matches, a feat which saw him invited to the PFA Player of the Year awards and the BBC Sports Personality of the Year.Since then the stopper - who has turned out for Cambridge United, Rushden and Diamonds and many more clubs - has returned to doing the business on the pitch, guiding Wisbech Town to promotion from the UCL Premier last Tuesday night.However, the Fenmen just missed out the title by goal difference, pipped by Yaxley after their 1-1 draw with Daventry on … [Read more...] about Promotion number five! World record-breaking keeper Paul Bastock bows out on a high
Films released in the second weekend of May haven't had much success against Marvel Jeremy Fuster, provided by Published 5:02 pm, Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Can ‘Life of the Party’ and ‘Breaking In’ Carve Out Box Office Success During ‘Avengers’ Reign? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The second weekend of May has become a difficult spot to earn a solid opening weekend, as every film that enters the theaters at that time does so in the shadow of an unstoppable Marvel movie. That’s the situation faced by Warner Bros/New Line’s “Life of the Party” and Universal’s “Breaking In” against “Avengers: Infinity War” this weekend… mostly. “Infinity War” is expected to easily hold on to the No. 1 spot for one more weekend before giving it up to “Deadpool 2” next week. So far, the film’s holdover … [Read more...] about Can ‘Life of the Party’ and ‘Breaking In’ Carve Out Box Office Success During ‘Avengers’ Reign?
Having read the following subheadline on the lead story on the front page of the May 5 Portland Press Herald – “After the Press Herald obtained confidential records showing CMP knew its system was flawed, Barry Hobbins urges a state panel to expand its investigation so the state could punish CMP if it found the utility broke the law” – I am wondering if the Press Herald “broke the law” by using “confidential records.” How did the Press Herald obtain “confidential records”? I always supposed the Portland Press Herald’s job is to report the news. Has it a new job now – private investigator? Related Headlines Chris Kessler would bring energy and passion to State HouseHighway ramps in Falmouth are dangerous, need rebuildingVote for Rottkov, a longtime community supporter, in House District 32 primaryPublic loses sight of a basic principle – presumed innocence of the accusedOpen-door injection sites are not … [Read more...] about Letter to the editor: Did Press Herald break law by obtaining confidential records?
Join us between now and 9.30am as you make your way into work for everything that's happening across Liverpool, Merseyside and beyond via our live breaking news, travel and weather service throughout the day. From the region's roads to the latest on the railways, buses and the weather, we are here to keep you up to date with everything you need to know. If there's something you've spotted and want us to check out then tell us in our comment box or via Twitter or Facebook Liverpool Echo news headlines now available on Amazon Echo Key Events Men on roof in Tuebrook latest 07:03 Today's weather forecast 06:43 07:03 KEY EVENT Men on roof in Tuebrook latest Latest HERE - There has been a large police presence in Tuebrook since Tuesday night after two men climbed on a roof after a police chase involving a suspected stolen vehicle. Residents contacted the ECHO to say that they had seen several police vehicles in the area. We hope to get a police update this morning. One … [Read more...] about Here with LIVE travel, weather & breaking news this Wednesday
Welcome to The Chronicle’s live breaking news blog for Thursday, April 26 2018. Here are our regular updates throughout the day of all the breaking news and sport from across the North East. We will have pictures, video, tweets and comments covering the latest Newcastle and North East traffic, weather forecasts, crime and council news too. It’s Kathryn Riddell here and I’ll be keeping you updated on what’s going on across the North East including the latest on the roads for the rush-hour. If you would like to get in touch with us today about any breaking news, here are my details: Phone: 0191 201 6107 Email: [email protected] Twitter: @KathrynRiddell Key Events Pedestrian hit on Newbiggin Hall road 21:55 Crime rates in Northumbria and Durham HIGHER than London 18:30 Donald Trump to visit UK on Friday 13 17:18 Missing teenage boy 10:26 Crash on the A19 08:53 22:06 Kathryn Riddell Goodnight! That’s all from our … [Read more...] about North East news RECAP: Latest breaking news, sport, weather, traffic and travel