The 227,000 sq ft office and hotel scheme, which has been made viable through prelets to FTSE 250 loans company Provident Financial and hotel chain Jury’s Inn, was given consent by Bradford City Council.McAleer & Rushe will build a 220-bedroom hotel and a 117,000 sq ft office building on the 1.2 acre site at Godwin Street in the city, as revealed by Property Week in January (15.01.09).Provident Financial is moving its headquarters from a 1960s building on Sunbridge Road.Knight Frank advises McAleer & Rushe.
CANTON, OHIO – It was a battle of the birds for the OHSAA Division 1 State Championship as the St. Edward Eagles took on the Colerain Cardinals out of Cincinnati. The boys from Northeast Ohio took home the gold with a 24-10 victory. Their fourth OHSAA Division 1 State Title.The star of the game was Michigan commit Quintel Kent who went off for 120 yards on 8 catches, scoring twice. He took the game over in the second half as the Cardinals had no answer for him. The Eagles outscored the Cardinals 17-0 in the second half after trailing 10-7 at Halftime.Deshawn Pace took the opening kickoff deep into Eagle territory to give the Cardinals an immediate scoring threat. A few plays later however it was Pace coughing the ball up at the goal line as the Eagles recovered it, erasing their first scoring chance of the night.Neither team would come close to scoring again in the quarter as it ended scoreless. The Cardinals did pile up 63 rushing yards in the quarter without attempting a single pass. Their first pass came with 4:33 left in the first half and they made it count. It was a 14-yard touchdown toss from Deante Smith-Moore to Syncere Jones to open up the scoring and put the Cardinals ahead 7-0.With the Cardinals driving again at the tail end of the first half, Smith-Moore threw a costly interception to Daylan Jernigan of the Eagles. They immediately made the Cardinals pay for it as Garrett Dzuro threw two passes to a bolting Kent to get the ball inside the Cardinal five. From there it was the 2018 NEOSI Player of the Year, Jordan Castleberry finishing off the drive to tie the game.The Cardinals managed to get another huge kickoff return by Pace to set up a last second 32-yard field goal attempt by Chris Mangold. The senior kicker nailed it, and the Cardinals took a 10-7 lead into the break.The Eagles came out of the locker running wild in the form of Castleberry. Burst after burst by the speed demon back put the Eagles in the red zone. They had to settle for a 25-yard field goal by Gianluca Russo to tie the game at 10. Castleberry, the West Virginia commit, finished with 89 yards on 19 carries.The big night for Kent continued the next time the Eagles touched the ball as he hooked up with Dzuro again. This time for 23 yards and pay dirt. This gave the Eagles their first lead of the night at 17-10 as the third quarter came to a close. Dzuro would finish the night going 12 of 12 passing for 150 yards and 2 touchdowns.The Eagles had a chance to put it away midway through the fourth quarter and did just that yet. Yet again, it was Kent leaping above Cardinal defenders to catch another touchdown pass. This one from 19 yards and giving the Eagles a 24-10 lead with a little over 7 minutes left to play. Related TopicsQuintel KentSEHSSt. Edward Eagles Vince McKee
About 700 tickets are ready to provide the management of Levski to Ludogorets for the upcoming match between the two teams. The match of the 25th round of the First Professional Football League is tomorrow at 21:00 at the “Georgi Asparuhov” stadium.“After the regulations we have to follow, we will be able to provide about 700 tickets or 30% of the capacity of sector” D “at the” Georgi Asparuhov “stadium for the supporters of Ludogorets”, the manager of Levski Milen told BNR Horizon Желев. “This season Levski improved another record. 5,700 season tickets were sold. Unfortunately, not all of these season ticket holders can enter the stadium for the match with Ludogorets. We want every fan who has bought a season ticket to contact the club and state whether he will come to the match or not.We assume the possibility that we will have cardholders who will not be able to come and on the day of the match we are ready to release tickets for sale.There are over 500 tickets sold so far , but I expect all places allowed for sale – about 4900 for sectors “A”, “B” and “C” to be bought “, added Zhelev. Another legend of Levski is about to return to the clubWill head DYUSh of the “blues”
Of course https://t.co/6T5ECMQ6ZU— New York Post Sports (@nypostsports) October 8, 2019Chapman told ESPN Tuesday night he had iced his hand, the bandage was off, and he “feels fine.” He planned to have a full workout Wednesday.General manager Brian Cashman didn’t sound worried.“He had a huge smile on his face, so I think that was a good sign,’’ Cashman said.This came just hours after setup man Zack Britton tweaked his ankle covering first base in the bottom of the seventh. Injuries keep occurring for the Yankees even in the postseason.Closer Aroldis Chapman hurt his hand on a bottle during the team’s postgame festivities after the Yankees finished off the sweep of the Twins in three games in the American League Division Series on Monday. Justin Verlander pushed Astros for ALDS Game 4 start on short rest Three takeaways from Nationals’ Game 4 win over Dodgers Three takeaways from Yankees’ series-clinching win over Twins in ALDS Game 3 Chapman’s hand was heavily bandaged after the incident, but he insisted it’s not a big deal.“I was just celebrating and everyone was jumping around,’’ Chapman said through an interpreter, via the New York Post. “I got hit with a bottle, but it’s fine.” Related News He left the game in the eighth inning, forcing Chapman to get the final five outs of the game. Britton he said he will be fine, as well.The Yankees set an MLB record this year, sending 30 different players to the injured list, which broke the Dodgers’ previous record of 28.New York will face the winner of the Astros-Rays ALDS in the American League Championship Series, which will begin Saturday.
Three takeaways from Cardinals’ series-clinching NLDS Game 5 win over Braves After 15 MLB seasons, Braves catcher Brian McCann says he’s retiring.McCann made the announcement while talking with reporters after Atlanta’s 13-1 loss to St. Louis in Game 5 of the National League Division Series on Wednesday. McCann was then traded to the Astros after the 2016 season where he would go on to win his only World Series in 2017. He returned to Atlanta on a one-year, $2 million deal last offseason which wound up being his final season.”That was a big reason I wanted to come back,” McCann said. “I wanted to be a part of this again, put this uniform back on and play in front of my family every night.”The six-time silver slugger sported a .262/.337/.452 career line while hitting 282 homers and driving in 1,018 runs. McCann also posted a career 31.8 bWAR and was named an All-Star seven times. Braves nix foam tomahawk giveaway, will limit ‘chop’ chant during NLDS Game 5 Twitter reacts to Cardinals’ unbelievable 10-run first inning in NLDS Game 5 “I had a long career. Fifteen years is a long time catching every day. And I got to do it my hometown.”— @Braves catcher Brian McCann pic.twitter.com/TQehAywvZw— FOX Sports: Braves (@FOXSportsBraves) October 10, 2019″It’s time to go,” McCann told reporters. “I had a long career. Fifteen years is a long time catching every day. And I got to do it my hometown.”The Georgia native made his major-league debut with the Braves back in 2005. He would spend nine years in Atlanta before signing a five-year, $85 million contract with the Yankees before the 2014 season. Related News