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September 21, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Danny Welbeck’s first goal on home soil since October 2012 was followed by a superb effort from Adnan Januzaj as United took command before the break. Substitute Ashley Young then produced the perfect first-time finish to Wayne Rooney’s lay-off to ensure Carlton Cole’s late strike was nothing more than a consolation. It was not all good news for United manager David Moyes. Welbeck departed with an injury early in the second half and Januzaj blotted his copybook when he was booked for diving. However, their present winning streak equals the best United have managed since Moyes replaced Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer and represents an encouraging entrance to the festive campaign, when United really need to hit the accelerator if they are to mount any challenge towards the top end of the table. A brilliant reaction save from Adrian to deny Tom Cleverley inside the first minute, followed by an extended period of possession without creating too much hinted at another difficult afternoon for the Red Devils. Staring at the potential of losing three successive home games in the league for the first time since 1979, any anxiety at Old Trafford that had previously been suggested, might just have been starting to show itself. Yet, with the home supporters remaining resolutely behind their team, United retained the confidence to attack. And when Welbeck found the returning Rooney and was on hand to collect the return, he had sufficient self-belief to drive an effort goalwards. Making his Premier League debut, Adrian did not really cover himself in glory as the ball flew under him. Press Association Manchester United continued their resurgence by recording a fourth straight win which proved enough to see off a disappointing West Ham outfit 3-1 at Old Trafford. Not that Welbeck was complaining. His first goal in this stadium for an incredible 427 days took him to six for the campaign, three times as many as he managed in the whole of last season. After that, Januzaj took centre stage. The 18-year-old received a rebuke from Mark Noble when he went down in the box, yet the West Ham man had levered him out of the way and was fortunate not to concede a penalty. Within a minute, Januzaj was exchanging passes with Welbeck and powering home his first goal on home soil. It was not a moment James Collins will remember with any affection. As experienced as he is, Collins was made to look foolish by the ease with which Januzaj stepped aside him. Clearly a player with huge promise, whom Moyes confirmed on Friday had far exceeded expectations, the wide-man evidently has some learning to do. A blatant dive by the touchline drew a deserved booking from Michael Jones. Moyes has already spoken to Young about this unsavoury tactic, with some success, and doubtless will do the same to Januzaj. For Ravel Morrison, dumped by Ferguson after three substitute appearances after the Scot grew weary of trying to get him to concentrate on fulfilling his immense talent, it was a rather inauspicious return. The contest itself rather passed him by and whilst Morrison was not the only West Ham player to suffer that fate, he was also booked for a crude swipe at Cleverley. Welbeck’s departure 10 minutes after the re-start with what appeared to be an ankle injury was not the greatest development for Moyes given his already lengthy list of absentees. United do have options though, as substitute Javier Hernandez proved when he fired home from 12 yards, only for the effort to be incorrectly ruled out for offside. The hosts did not need to wait long for their third though, with Young continuing his superb week by applying the finish to Rooney’s lay-off. Moyes took the opportunity to give hard-working full-back Patrice Evra a break. However, it was the Frenchman’s replacement, Alexander Buttner, who lost his concentration to allow Cole to break the offside trap for the Hammers’ late strike, which denied United their biggest home win of the campaign. last_img read more

September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgManchester: Veteran England pacer James Anderson will train on the Etihad campus of Premier League giants Manchester City in his bid to recover from a calf injury and be fit in time for the South Africa tour starting mid-December. Anderson could bowl only four overs against Australia in the first Ashes Test in August before pulling out of the match, and eventually the series, due to the calf problem.City have agreed that Anderson can train on the Etihad campus, BBC reported. The arrangement will see Anderson train at City for the next two months. He will be accompanied by England’s head of strength and conditioning, Rob Ahmun.The 37-year-old, who is England’s leading wicket taker in Test cricket, has been struggling with a calf injury that has also ruled him out of England’s upcoming two-Test series in New Zealand. The series does not count in the World Test Championships and England have advised Anderson to concentrate on getting fit. IANSAlso Read: James Anderson Suffers Knee InjuryAlso Watch: 5 Cyber Criminals Arrested from Nakshatra Hotel in Guwahatilast_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgMoses is considered favourite for the award due to his fantastic season with Chelsea last year and his contributions to Nigeria picking the 2018 World Cup ticket from the group that had reigning African champions Cameroon, Algeria and Zambia.Ekong, 24, who plys his trade with Bursaspor in the Turkish League on the other hand was an integral part of Super Eagles defence that only conceded three goals in five World Cup qualifying matches.In all, there are five Premier League stars among those hoping to succeed Mahrez when the African Player of the Year is announced in Ghana on January 4. Other leagues that also contribute players to the 30-man list include; Spain’s La Liga and France’s Ligue 1 (4 players), German Bundesliga (2 players) while none is from the Italy’s Serie A.Manchester United centre-back Eric Bailly from the Ivory Coast, Newcastle United and Ghana winger Christian Atsu are the other nominees from the English Premier League.Prolific Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the 2015 African Player of the Year and runner-up last year, is likely to be another strong contender.Portuguese outfit Porto supply the most players with Algerian Yacine Brahimi, Malian Moussa Marega and Cameroonian Vincent Aboubakar listed.Surprise 2017 Africa Cup of Nations winners Cameroon supplied three hopefuls – Aboubakar, Sevilla goalkeeper Fabrice Ondoa and China-based winger Christian Bassogog.Voted the best player of the Cup of Nations in Gabon, Bassogog was less effective in World Cup qualifying as Cameroon failed to qualify for the 2018 finals in Russia.Uganda goalkeeper Denis Onyango, who plays for South African club Mamelodi Sundowns, is among 30 nominees for the Africa-based Player of the Year, an award he won last year.Another South Africa-based contender is former New Zealand striker Jeremy Brockie, who hails from the rugby heartland of Christchurch.His 10 goals have helped SuperSport United qualify for the CAF Confederation Cup final against TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo later this month.Speaking on his nomination for the CAF top award, Ekong said wednesday that he was delighted with the honour.Ekong took to the social media shortly after the nominees for the prestigious award was announced to write: “Honoured to be nominated for African Player of the Year. Representing Nigeria together with @VictorMoses #CAF @NGSuperEagles”.The former Tottenham Hotspur youth prodigy has also been impressive for Bursaspor this season, scoring twice in seven league outings.Another Nigerian, Junior Ajayi of Al Ahly of Egypt was listed in the next category meant for players based in the continent. He is listed as number 16. The former Flying Eagles player is also eyeing the CAF Champions League trophy with the Egyptian side.Nigerian energy giants, AITEO, are the headline sponsors of next year’s edition that will see players, officials and administrators who distinguished themselves during the year under review being honoured.The winner will be decided by votes from the Head Coaches/Technical Directors of the National Associations affiliated to CAF, members of the CAF Technical and Development Committee and a panel of Media Experts.The Awards Gala will be held on Thursday, 4 January 2018 in Accra, Ghana.Full shortlist:1. Ali Maaloul (Tunisia & Al Ahly)2. Bertrand Traore (Burkina Faso & Lyon)3. Cedric Bakambu (DR Congo & Villareal)4. Christian Atsu (Ghana & Newcastle)5. Christian Bassogog (Cameroon & Henan Jianye)6. Denis Onyango (Uganda & Mamelodi Sundowns)7. Eric Bailly (Cote d’Ivoire & Manchester United)8. Essam El Hadary (Egypt & Al Taawoun)9. Fabrice Ondoa (Cameroon & Sevilla)10. Fackson Kapumbu (Zambia & Zesco)11. Jean Michel Seri (Cote d’Ivoire & Nice)12. Junior Kabananga (DR Congo & Astana)13. Karim El Ahmadi (Morocco & Feyenoord)14. Keita Balde (Senegal & Monaco)15. Khalid Boutaib (Morocco & Yeni Malatyaspor)16. Mbwana Samata (Tanzania & Genk)17. Michael Olunga (Kenya & Girona)18. Mohamed Salah (Egypt & Liverpool)19. Moussa Marega (Mali & Porto)20. Naby Keita (Guinea & RB Leipzig)21. Percy Tau (South Africa & Mamelodi Sundowns)22. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon & Borussia Dortmund)23. Sadio Mane (Senegal & Liverpool)24. Thomas Partey (Ghana & Atletico Madrid)25. Victor Moses (Nigeria & Chelsea)26. Vincent Aboubakar (Cameroon & Porto)27. William Troost-Ekong (Nigeria & Bursaspor)28. Yacine Brahimi (Algeria & Porto)29. Youssef Msakni (Tunisia & Al Duhail)30. Yves Bissouma (Mali & Lille)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ekong: I am honoured to be nominatedDuro IkhazuagbeSuper Eagles duo of Victor Moses and William Troost-Ekong have been named in the 2017 African Footballer of the Year Award even as 2016 winner Riyald Mahrez of Leicester City and Algeria failed to make the 30-man nominee list released wednesday.Moses and Ekong have stiff opposition in Senegal and Liverpool forward, Sadio Mane and Mohammed Salah also of Liverpool and Egypt.last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Published on April 3, 2011 at 12:00 pm Comments EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — On a night when John Galloway became the winningest goaltender in NCAA history and made a season-high 16 saves, all he could do was shake his head in the postgame press conference.‘Eleven,’ the senior Galloway said. ‘That’s the bigger number in this game. That’s not something we pride ourselves on as a defense in letting up that many goals.’Though Galloway wasn’t happy with his own performance in goal, Duke attack Zach Howell didn’t buy it.‘Sixteen saves,’ Howell said sarcastically. ‘Yeah, I guess that’s a bad day.’Galloway repeatedly found ways to turn back the No. 3 Blue Devils’ attack as No. 1 SU held off a late Duke rally Sunday to win 13-11 at New Meadowlands Stadium. While Syracuse’s offense sputtered in the second half — as it has many times this season — Galloway played one of his best games this year in goal. And that performance helped the senior to his 52nd career win, a new NCAA Division I record.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘It was a special win to beat Duke in our season,’ Galloway said.And it was a win in which the senior played a huge role, making saves right from the early moments of Sunday’s game. Duke won the opening faceoff, and the Blue Devils drew a penalty on SU midfielder Kevin Drew. It gave them a man-up opportunity on the first possession of the game.Duke junior Justin Turri tested Galloway from about 15 yards out, but the goalie went down to his knees to pop the shot out of bounds. SU was closest to the ball as it rolled out, giving the Orange possession and ending the Blue Devils’ first chance of the game.Duke would keep the senior busy for the rest of the night, firing 42 shots throughout the game. But despite 17 of those attempts coming in the first half, they only mustered two scores in the first 30 minutes.‘I think he played well,’ Howell said. ‘He made a lot of saves. I don’t think we shot particularly well. We didn’t change location a lot, shot up high a lot. A great goalie is going to make those saves.’The Blue Devils did manage to score nine second-half goals, and that drew Galloway’s ire after the game. But many of the senior’s 16 saves came on shots right next to the crease, helping the Orange hold off Duke’s late charge.After CJ Costabile won the opening faceoff of the fourth quarter, the Blue Devils quickly moved the ball up field. That led to a chance from the doorstep, but Galloway was there for a stick save to kill a potential momentum-turning opportunity for SU.‘I thought the shots that went in were good shots,’ Duke head coach John Danowski said. ‘I thought that you make 16 saves in a Division I game, you’re playing great.’Danowski also praised Galloway for his work outside the net.The goalie came out of the cage to make a reaching, one-handed interception with less than a minute left in the first half. His long clearing pass was stolen away near midfield, leading to another opportunity for the Blue Devils.Howell turned that chance into a shot attempt with 10 seconds left to capitalize on the goalie’s turnover, but Galloway went down to his knees to stuff the Duke attack. And although he did throw the ball away twice Sunday, his trademark long-distance clearing passes were on display throughout the night.Galloway may have been more concerned with Duke’s 11 goals than his season-high 16 saves or his record-setting win total. But although he refused to give himself any credit after the win, he said the record will be something special for him and his teammates in the future.‘I have to make some of those saves in the second half,’ Galloway said. ‘And it would have been a little bit more enjoyable of a win. But that (record) is going to be one of those things that we reflect on years after we graduate, and we can cherish that.‘Right now, it’s all about this season.’zjbrown@syr.educenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Published on October 17, 2013 at 4:20 pm Contact Trevor: | @TrevorHass Syracuse earned the No. 7 spot in the USA Today Sports Coaches Poll released on Thursday. The Orange received 551 points, 72 fewer than Kansas and one more than Florida.On Wednesday, media members voted SU as the No. 2 team in the Atlantic Coast Conference behind Duke, who is fourth in the national poll. Kentucky is ranked No. 1, Michigan State is No. 2 and Louisville is No. 3. Five ACC teams are in the Top 25, including No. 11 North Carolina and No. 22 Notre Dame. The ranking is SU’s highest since 2011-12 when it entered the season as the No. 5 team in the nation.Syracuse returns ACC Preseason Player of the Year C.J. Fair, Jerami Grant and Baye Moussa Keita, among others, in its first season in the ACC. The Orange is coming off a trip to the Final Four and a 30-win season. SU’s first regular season game is Friday Nov. 8 against Cornell at 7 p.m. at the Carrier Dome.1 Kentucky (16)2 Michigan State (3)3 Louisville (10)4 Duke (3)5 Arizona6 Kansas7 Syracuse8 Florida9 Michigan10 Ohio State11 North Carolina12 Oklahoma State13 Memphis14 Gonzaga15 Virginia Commonwealth16 Wichita State17 Marquette18 Oregon19 Connecticut20 New Mexico21 Wisconsin22 Notre Dame23 UCLA24 Indiana25 Virginia Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Published on September 16, 2016 at 1:32 pm Contact Matthew: | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 5 Syracuse (6-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast) faces its first ranked opponent in No. 15 Boston College (4-1,1-0) on Friday night at SU Soccer Stadium. With a win, the Orange will tie the program record set in 1984 for best start to a season (7-0). Before BC beat Duke last weekend, the Eagles downed Hofstra, which SU beat behind a Johannes Pieles header on Tuesday, 2-0.Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Friday’s matchup.All-time series: Boston College leads, 16-11-1Last time they played: A Ben Polk header off a Liam Callahan corner kick in the 79th minute of the 2015 NCAA tournament quarterfinal sent Syracuse past BC, off to its first College Cup, or national semifinal, in program history. The Orange had redeemed itself after losing to the Eagles a month earlier in the regular season finale. Since losing to BC in that first matchup, SU won six straight, took the ACC title and advanced to the College Cup.The Boston College report: The Eagles have two primary scoring threats: Maximilian Schulze-Geisthovel and Simon Enstrom. The pair has scored seven of the team’s nine goals this year. A freshman last year, Enstrom was named to the All-ACC Freshman Team, leading the team in goals (nine), game-winners (five) and points (22). His five game winners slated him as 10th in the nation. That duo will take BC as far as it can go and look to keep it in Friday’s game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHow Syracuse beats Boston College: Syracuse moved the ball on Tuesday as well as it has in any game this year, despite scoring only one goal. With its new offensive-heavy lineup powered by Chris Nanco, Kenny Lassiter and Johannes Pieles, the Orange has a deeper, more aggressive attack than it had early on. If Syracuse continues to dominate possession and generate quality shots on goal, it can outscore its first ranked opponent of the year, BC.Stats to know:33 — Shots Syracuse tallied against Boston College in last year’s matchups vs. the Eagles. BC totaled just 14.36 — Percent of Syracuse goals that Johannes Pieles has either scored or assisted on, including Tuesday night’s game winner.1.80 — Goals per game for Boston College, compared with Syracuse’s 2.33.Player to watch: Maximilian Schulze-Geisthovel, midfield, No. 12The senior forward needed only seven shots on goal to tally his team-high four goals. Schulze-Geisthovel, a native of Germany, played his first three seasons of college soccer at Division II St. Leo, near Tampa. The 6-foot-2 190-pounder scored 13 goals last year, including four game winners. As a freshman, he led St. Leo in goals, with 11. Schulze-Geisthovel scored in each of Boston College’s first four games this year. Commentscenter_img Related Stories Ben Polk header launches Syracuse to 1st Final Four in program historyOffensive-heavy lineup improves No. 5 Syracuse men’s soccer’s attackJohannes Pieles’ late header pushes No. 5 Syracuse past Hofstra, 1-0Liam Callahan harnessing fiery personality to lead Syracuse in 2016 seasonlast_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThere was an addition to the Tipperary sideline team last evening with newly retired Paul Curran joining the backroom team. Assistant Manager Mike Ryan says Paul is a great resource for them. The game was held as the local club opened new facilities and McGrath tallied 2-5 in the first half, as Dublin’s Colm Cronin posted 2-4.McGrath missed the concluding stages of the Premier County’s League campaign with a pelvic injury but his return last evening looks positive for taking part in Championship action this year…with a Munster Semi Final against Clare or Limerick next month. The final score in Upperchurch was Dublin 2-22 Tipperary 3-18. last_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgLast Updated: 23rd December, 2019 16:16 IST MLB Revenue Breaks 2018 Ceiling, Hits Record $10.7 Billion Mark In 2019: Forbes Major League Baseball has seen a major uptick in revenue for the 2019 season. MLB revenue for 2019 hit the $10.7 billion mark, up from $10.7 billion last year. Written By Rob Manfred said that the MLB is ‘thriving’ and despite having three media partners in the form of ESPN, Turner, and Fox, the MLB is looking to add a fourth one. The induction of a fourth network partner within the MLB network, however, will depend on how the negotiations unfold, the MLB commissioner added. Rob Manfred concluded by saying that if the league ends up with the three network partners they have currently, they would be “perfectly happy” with the situation. Interestingly, the MLB’s current deals with ESPN and Turner run only till 2021. Fox Sports Network, however, signed an extension in 2018. The extension will see Fox cover the MLB till the year 2028. In addition to these deals, the MLB’s $1 billion uniform deal with Nike also kicks in next year. Also Read | MLB’s $324 Million Star Gerrit Cole Displays Nostalgic Childhood Sign At Yankees UnveilingAlso Read | Gerrit Cole Signs Stratospheric Record-breaking Deal With Yankees, To Earn $324 Million Economic news has grabbed the headlines in Major League Baseball (MLB) in the last couple of weeks. It all started with the Stephen Strasburg deal, a deal worth $245 million, according to reports. Then there was the reported $324 million record-breaking Gerrit Cole deal that trumped the Strasburg deal by $70 million. Now, according to a Forbes report, MLB revenue for the 2019 season hit a record $10.7 billion. Also Read | MLB Trade Rumours: Gerrit Cole Deal Could Have Domino Effect On Other Free Agent MovesMLB revenue breaks 2018 revenue ceiling SUBSCRIBE TO US The $10.7 billion in revenue for the 2019 season is an increase from the $10.3 billion the previous year. According to the report by Forbes, this is the 17th consecutive year that the MLB has seen record growth over the years. In 2017, the MLB first crossed the $10 billion mark. However, despite the record revenue for the 17th year running, the MLB has no plans of slowing down. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred spoke in light of the record-breaking MLB revenue, with the MLB commissioner saying that the league is looking to add even more revenue by adding another media partner. Also Read | MLB Trade Rumours: Anthony Rendon Inks Whopping $245 Million Deal With Los Angeles Angels WATCH US LIVE LIVE TVcenter_img First Published: 23rd December, 2019 16:16 IST BREAKING: MLB Sees Record $10.7 Billion In Revenues For 2019 via @forbessports— Maury Brown (@BizballMaury) December 22, 2019 Colin DCunha COMMENT For A Cool $1 Billion, MLB Adds Nike Swoosh To Uniforms: via @ForbesSports #sportsbiz— Simon Ogus (@SimonOgus) December 20, 2019 FOLLOW USlast_img read more

August 31, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe U.S. Conference of Mayors named Sunrise one of “Most Livable” Cities in America for 2015 on the strength of its scholastic chess programs and Mayor Ryan’s support of community-based chess. A new school year is underway – and communities across Broward County are gearing up for a fresh season of Mayors’ Chess Challenges. Sunrise will launch the fifth-annual edition of the series on Saturday, September 29, from 10:00 a.m. to noon at in the Grand Ballroom of the Sunrise Civic Center (10610 West Oakland Park Boulevard, Sunrise 33351).   The Mayors’ Chess Challenge – spearheaded by Sunrise Mayor Mike Ryan in cooperation with Mayors from throughout Broward County – is a series of free and friendly meet-ups hosted on a rotating basis by cities countywide. During the 2018-2019 season, a record 19 Broward municipalities will participate!Unifying elementEach Mayors’ Chess Challenge event unites elected officials, community leaders, families, and students in support and celebration of the benefits of scholastic and community-based chess programs.The series provides an opportunity for players of all ages, novices and experts alike, to join in the fun. Instructors from the Sunrise Center for Excellence in Chess are always on hand to help those new to the game.Ancillary eventsThe September 29th event in Sunrise will also feature refreshments, a display of exotic chess sets, and an appearance by Florida Panthers mascot Stanley C. Panther. Sunil Weeramantry – renowned chess coach and author of “Great Moves: Learning Chess Through History” – will attend, and all participating students will receive a free membership. Participants will receive a Mayors’ Chess Challenge Passport that can be stamped at each event they attend during the school year. Those with perfect attendance will receive a prize at the end of the season. Benefits of chess “There is compelling research and plenty of stories from teachers and parents that supports the correlation between learning to play chess, development of critical thinking and concentration skills and personal and academic achievement,” says Sunrise Mayor Ryan.“Chess also teaches important life skills like thinking before you act, increased patience in making decisions, and good sportsmanship. Sunrise has been working collaboratively with partners from throughout the community to develop chess programs and to foster an appreciation for the game among residents of all ages.” Sunrise has encouraged the development of after-school chess clubs in all schools; developed an annual Chess Calendar that showcases students’ creativity; established weekly, supervised open-play chess sessions; and worked with the National Scholastic Chess Foundation (NSCF) and the Broward Education Foundation to implement community-based chess training.Best practices in chess In 2016, Sunrise partnered with the NSCF to create the Sunrise Center for Excellence in Chess – a central clearinghouse for best practices in chess instruction that also serves to develop new and aid existing chess programs. This coming year, the Sunrise Center for Excellence in Chess will continue its “Chess for Vets” program; expand into Assisted Living Facilities to provide cognitive activity and socialization benefits; and focus on young women in chess through the “Year of the Chess Queens” initiative.  Former Chess City of the YearSunrise was named “Chess City of the Year” for 2015 by the United States Chess Federation (USCF), joining New York City, San Francisco, and other large communities that have earned the prestigious title. Sunrise has also been prominently featured in the USCF’s annual report and its “Chess Life” magazine.center_img The Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance – Broward County’s leading economic development organization – presented Sunrise with its 2016 Education Partnership Award in recognition of the role of chess as an economic development tool.“Our focus must be on developing the critical thinking skills necessary for the next generation of scientists, doctors, educators, entrepreneurs, thinkers and leaders because they face some daunting global challenges,” explains Mayor Ryan. “Through the vision of the Commission, City staff, and our collective efforts, we are seeing young minds develop confidence in their abilities and build upon inspirational dreams by becoming great thinkers. Along the way, this cross-generational effort is resulting in more chess play in our parks, restaurants and homes, and throughout the entire county.” For the full schedule of dates of the Mayors’ Chess Challenge or more information on the City’s free open-play sessions, please read more

August 14, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThere will be no visitation. Memorials have been established with Carpenter Place, Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice, and Clearwater Fire and EMS in lieu of flowers.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home. Survivors include his wife, Doris Kendrick of Clearwater, KS; two sons, Mark Kendrick and his wife Pam of Mayfield, KS and Mike Kendrick and his wife Krissi of Caldwell, KS; four grandchildren, Danielle, Danae, Derrick, and Trent Kendrick. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at the Westlink Church of Christ, 10025 W. Central Ave, Wichita, KS on Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 10:30 A.M.  Gary Richardson will officiate.  There will be a private family interment at Union Chapel Cemetery in Mayfield, KS. Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements. Jim married Doris D. Heasty on January 11, 1969 in Wichita.He is preceded in death by his parents.center_img James Kendrick James G. “Jim” Kendrick, age 70, passed away peacefully Sunday, March 17, 2013 surrounded by his family at his home in Clearwater, KS.  He was a salesman for Kice Industries for 25 years before he retired in 2008. Jim was born on June 18, 1942 in Pueblo, Colorado to James W. Kendrick and Yvonne (Graddy) Kendrick. To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more