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UAAP: With Final Four next, Carl Tamayo hopes UP learns from Ateneo loss

UP Fighting Maroons. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net MANILA, Philippines—University of the Philippines star Carl Tamayo hopes the loss to Ateneo served as a valuable lesson for the Fighting Maroons heading into the Final Four. UP blew a golden opportunity to lock up the top seeding following its 75-67 defeat to Ateneo on Saturday. “We should learn after this game. We need to make these adjustments, grow as a team. Sometimes, we really just lose. The important thing is we learn from this and we bring it to the Final…

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Sunak to ‘crackdown’ on Just Stop Oil, as the ‘frustrated’ Prime Minister tells the police they must ‘fully enforce the law’ against protestors “Police chiefs will this week be told by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to finally crack down on eco-zealots who have brought chaos to Britain’s roads. With the Just Stop Oil protesters planning to bring fresh mayhem to London tomorrow, sources say Mr Sunak has increasingly expressed his frustration in No 10 meetings about the ‘disruption to law- abiding citizens’ everyday lives’.…

Just Stop Oil journalist arrests may have been ‘unlawful’, review finds

A review into the locking up of journalists covering the M25 protests has found that the conduct may have been “unlawful interference” in their freedom of expression. The review also found that senior police officers had ordered the potentially unlawful arrests. It found that the arrests of Charlotte Lynch, a reporter for LBC, press photographer Tom Bowles, filmmaker Rich Felgate, and another journalist who has not been named, were directed by senior officers at Hertfordshire police force. Rather than being a mistake…

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Duke told son he would score

World Cup: A draw against Denmark could be enough for the Socceroos to progress to the round of 16. Source link Press releases from EIN Presswire is not owned by The Madras Tribune.

Jack Follman’s Pac-12 Underclassmen to Watch for NFL Draft

Posted on November 27, 2022   By Jack Follman, SuperWest Sports It’s one of the most intriguing times of the year in college football when underclassmen start to declare whether to enter the NFL Draft or stay in school for at least another season. Once again, many players will have complex decisions to make, given the number of them that still have an extra year to use if they want it, due to COVID. Here are the primary Pac-12 underclassmen I think everyone should watch over…

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