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New Rugby World is a Women’s World Cup special

first_imgFind out what’s inside the September issue of Rugby World, including our Women’s World Cup coverage LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS With the Women’s World Cup kicking off in Dublin on Wednesday 9 August, the new issue of Rugby World features more than 20 pages of coverage of the tournament, providing readers with an insight into the game’s key players. Plus, we look ahead to the Rugby Championship and the new Guinness Pro14 tournament. Here are ten reasons to get a copy of the September issue – and find out how to download it here.1. Women’s World CupOur coverage of this month’s tournament in Ireland includes…How Harriet Millar-Mills has become England’s new wrecking ballThe sporting journey of Ireland’s centre of attention, Sene NaoupuCentre point: Ireland’s Sene Naoupu takes on England earlier this year. Photo: Getty ImagesThe Canada prop who used to be a figure skater, Carolyn McEwenColumnist Stephen Jones’s verdict on how much the tournament has changed since the first in 1991Wales’ father-and-daughter combo as coach and captain, Rowland and Carys PhillipsThe sevens specialist, sisters and firefighter aiming to help New Zealand to a fifth world titleAn offbeat Q&A with England wing Kay Wilson2. Guinness Pro14What does the addition of the Cheetahs and Southern Kings mean for the league? We have the lowdownMan at No 15: Liam Williams fends off All Blacks defenders. Photo: Getty Images3. Liam WilliamsFresh from his Lions adventures, the Wales full-back talks exclusively to us about his new chapter at Saracens4. The Rugby ChampionshipNew Zealand lock pairing Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock are arguably the best in the world. We find out why they’re so good – and run the rule over the other second-rows in the tournamentFOR THE LATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS, CLICK HERE5. Sean O’BrienThe Ireland back-row, who excelled on the tour of New Zealand, talks Lions, leadership and laughing with James Haskell 6. Exeter ChiefsSam Simmonds is a rising star for the Premiership champions and talks through his targets for the new seasonTraining day: Finn Russell practises his kicking during the Lions tour. Photo: Getty Images7. Finn RussellThe Scotland fly-half had an interesting summer, beating Australia and then being parachuted into the Lions squad. He opens up on his experiences8. What it’s like to… Have flesh-eating diseaseFormer England Women’s full-back Vicky Macqueen reveals how her brush with death inspired her to start Didi RugbyWinging in: Elliot Daly started all three Tests for the Lions in New Zealand. Photo: Getty Images9. Elliot Daly“What I’ve been through is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.” The Lions Test starter provides insight into his time in New Zealand 10. Mike FordThe coach is embarking on an innovative project in the States, taking charge of Dallas Griffins. He gives us the lowdown on the USA’s new professional leaguelast_img read more

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Family had to jump out window of burning Limerick home

first_imgAndrew Carey Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] young children had to be thrown from the first floor of a burning house in Limerick after fire broke out in the their Thomondgate home early this Sunday morning. Three units of Limerick City Fire and Rescue service were dispatched to the scene on High Road shortly before 6am this Sunday to tend to the blaze. Five ambulances attended the High Road address to treat the family of five. Two adults had to pass the young children out of the first floor window such was the extent of the inferno below. The rest of the occupants of the house then jumped out the window after neighbours and passers by assisted in the rescue shortly before the first responding agencies arrived on scene. One person suffered a broken leg as a result of the impact of the jump. Firemen, with specialist breathing equipment, from the city fire and rescue service entered and swept the building checking for any one else that may have been trapped by the blaze or smoke. The fire was brought under control and extinguished a short time later.All five were initially treated at the scene by emergency paramedics and once stabilised, they were taken to University Hospital Limerick for further treatment.As gardai at Mayorstone investigate the circumstances surrounding the fire, the scene on High Street remains sealed off but the road is passable to motorists and pedestrians. Email Previous articleLimerick woman died of heroin overdose in prisonNext articleUPDATE – National Child Rescue Alert for missing 3-year-old and mother Staff Reporter #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday WhatsApp NewsBreaking newsFamily had to jump out window of burning Limerick homeBy Staff Reporter – February 16, 2014 576 TAGSfeaturedfirefull-imageGardaíMusic Limerickthomondgate center_img Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Print Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April No vaccines in Limerick yet Linkedin Facebook Advertisement #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boylast_img read more

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Mr. William E. “Bill” Scott

first_imgMr. William E. “Bill” Scott, age 93, of Marietta Georgia, passed away at comfort in his own home surrounded by his family on Sunday, August 23, 2020. William was born in Florence, Indiana to William Searcy and Mildred Anna (Bramier) Scott. As a young man he was a farmer, truck driver, and a heavy equipment operator. Bill was inducted into the United States Army on February 5, 1945 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He served as a Paratrooper in World War II with the 127th Airborne Engineer Battalion in the Philippines and Japan from August 1945 to October 1946. He received the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Medal, World War II Victory Medal and the Army of Occupation Medal. Bill was honorably discharged with the rank of Private First Class on December 3, 1946. After the war, he returned home to Switzerland County, Indiana. Once he arrived home, he was united in marriage to Katherine Riley on July 26, 1947. He owned a large truck for hauling logs and worked as a logger while also continuing to farm. In the 50’s they moved to Lexington Kentucky, where he built homes as a carpenter and concrete finisher. In the early 60’s the family moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where Bill worked as a car salesman at Phil Tonkan Pontiac until 1974. Bill and Katherine moved to Roswell, Georgia in 1974 before moving to Marietta, Georgia. Bill worked at Tom Jumper Chevrolet for 31 years as a manager until he retired at the age of 78. William loved farming. He even bought a farm later in life, so the family had a place to go for the summers. He enjoyed staying busy with his hobbies such as horses, boating, camping, making furniture, yard work, fixing and repairing anything that he could. He was the best driver ever as he could drive anything. He truly believed it was important to not be a burden on others and that most people are good. William was a generous, hard-working gentleman; never quitting until the end. Above all else he loved his wife, his family and our country.William will be deeply missed by his wife of 73 years, Katherine Scott of Marietta, GA; his daughter, Sherry Kay Scott French; his son Stephen Scott and Jeff Scott and his wife, Lailani; his grandchildren, Nichole Scott, Erika Scott, Jessica French, Jediah French and his wife, Jody, Abigail Peelman, Kelly Scott, Gina Blair, Barbra Shultz Adams, and Margie Oglesby and his great-grandchildren, Jude French, Jace French, Justin French, Ashtyn Peelman, Noah Scott, Aiden Hellenbrand, Blaine Fernandez, Desiree Shultz, and Dylan Schultz.William was preceded in death by his parents, William Searcy and Mildred Anna (Bramier) Scott; his son, Michael Scott; his grandchildren, Remero Fernandez, twins, Alivia Fay and Ava Kay Peelman; his beloved siblings, Donald Scott, Norman Scott, Eddie Scott, Ladora Cook and Dorothy Wiggins.A Family Graveside Services will be conducted at 9:30 a.m., Friday, September 4, 2020 in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be made to the Charity of the Donor’s Choice. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.comlast_img read more

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