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Quickest half we’ve ever played: Cronk

first_imgCooper Cronk and Will Chambers can hold their heads high after the Maroons’ loss, with Cronk’s pinpoint kicking game keeping Queensland in the game during the first 40 minutes of play, and Chambers’s 184 metres and nine tackle busts arguably the best 80-minute performance in Kevin Walters’s side. With both being so heavily involved in the first half, it is no surprise they felt it the most, and for good reason. The first 40 minutes saw end-to-end football, as each side enjoyed 50 per cent of possession in a game that had a frenetic pace. New South Wales were perfect in their completions, completing 18 of 18 sets in a start to the match that saw them lead 12-4 at half-time, scoring on the buzzer to have a healthy eight-point lead at the break.But Queensland were very good themselves, going at a 95 per cent completion rate as they completed 18/19 sets.It meant very little stoppage time in the first half, with both sides struggling to keep up with the brand of football being played. Forwards were on their haunches and outside backs were forced to come in and take runs up the middle as the bigger bodies struggled to get onside.Cronk has been in the NRL since 2004, but even he said it was the hardest start to a game that he has ever experienced. “I think I can say that the first half was probably the toughest brand of football I’ve been part of in my career,” Cronk said. “It was relentless and it was tough. They completed every set and we only turned over one. “The completion rate is why I had great confidence in the first half. The intensity and the effort was there. We got back into the game and got it to 6-4 after trailing early. “We had our backs against the wall and were coming off our own line for the majority of [the half]. “To get back [on the scoreboard] and give ourselves a chance gave us some real confidence. “You need to be tested because that’s what [Origin is] about.”One man that was certainly tested was Chambers, with the Melbourne Storm centre putting himself in the firing line time and time again to help his side get out of their own end. The majority of his 23 runs came in the first 40 minutes from deep within his own half and he said after the match that this period of play really hit him hard. “That is as quick as a footy match as I have ever played in. That first half was ridiculous,” Chambers said.  “That’s what it is. That’s why these games are for the best of the best. “They took their moments and were clinical. When the big moment was there they executed. “We need to regroup and be ready to go to Sydney in a few weeks. We have another game to play.”last_img read more

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MAN CHARGED WITH INISHOWEN DEATH CRASH TO BE SENTENCED NEXT WEEK

first_imgThe man charged with dangerous driving causing the deaths of eight people in Inishowen has had his case adjourned until next week for sentence.Shaun Kelly appearing at an earlier court sitting. Pic copyright North West Newspics.Shaun Kelly, 25, appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court today where he was due to be sentenced. Kelly, from Hill Road, Buncrana, pleaded guilty at the last sitting of the same court in July.The state said that it had been agreed to put the case back until next Thursday, December 18th.Barrister for Kelly, Mr Peter Nolan agreed.The case had been adjourned by Judge O’Hagan last July for sentencing today.He had then asked each family to provide a victim impact statement which are scheduled to be presented at today’s court sitting.He also asked each family to nominate one family member to read out that report at today’s hearing.The men who died in the crash on July 11th, 2010 were Hugh Friel (66), Urris, Clonmany, Eamon McDaid (22) of Ballymagan, Buncrana; Mark McLaughlin, (21) of Ballinahone, Fahan; Paul Doherty (19), of Ardagh, Ballyliffin; Ciaran Sweeney (19), of Ballyliffin; PJ McLaughlin (21), of Rockstown, Burnfoot; James McEleney (23), of Meenaduff, Clonmany and Damien McLaughlin (21), of Umricam, Buncrana.MAN CHARGED WITH INISHOWEN DEATH CRASH TO BE SENTENCED NEXT WEEK was last modified: December 9th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:buncranadangerous drivingdonegalShaun Kellylast_img read more

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Drawing a Roadmap for Your Content Strategy in 7 Steps

first_imgA content marketing strategy without direction won’t easily arrive at any milestones. If you’re interested in giving your content a sense of purpose (as well as direction) and want to avoid looking lost in your copy, you’ll need a content roadmap. With one, your marketing-related goals will once again be attainable. In seven steps, the people over at MarketingProfs have created an instructional guide for content marketers looking to create a roadmap. Here are some of the steps, from the beginning:Have goals in mind from the outset. Don’t wait until you’re deep into the execution phase of your content strategy to start formulating goals. You should build a roadmap that will help you reach your goals.Create personas for your audience to get a better sense of your readers, subscribers and visitors. You can improve the quality of your content craftsmanship when you have a utilizable sense of their online personalities.A content roadmap — if nothing else — is a means to an end. Without it, the life of a content marketer can be much harder than it needs to be. For the rest of the steps in creating a content roadmap, read the full article on the MarketingProfs website.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

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