Tranmere 2 Brentford 2A Harlee Dean own goal denied Brentford victory at Prenton Park and extended their poor recent run.The Bees found themselves behind when Martin Devaney blasted home from Jose Baxter’s cross.AdChoices广告But they battled back, equalising when Gary Alexander fired in after Rovers failed to clear Clayton Donaldson’s cross, and then going ahead after Alexander set up Donaldson, who finished well.However, Tranmere were handed a lifeline when Dean deflected Danny Holmes’s cross past keeper Richard Lee and into his own net.It was a miserable afternoon for the on-loan Southampton centre-back, who also missed three chances at the other end.Dean went close with two other headers before being denied a winning goal by Ash Taylor’s goal-line block.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Cliff Nyakeya netted a brace for Mathare United, finding the first in the seventh minute before Ingwe responded through Brian Marita’s strike in the 18th minute after receiving a pass from Nabwire.Mathare reclaimed the lead on the half hour mark thanks to Francis Omondi who converted from the spot after Oduro brought down Nyakeya in the box. Five minutes later, Nyakeya completed his brace but AFC Leopards skipper Duncan Otieno pulled one back for Ingwe.After the break, AFC levelled the scores through Ezekiel Odera in the 60th minute but the hero of the day was Marvin Nabwire who unleashed a breathtaking cracker in the 77th minute that sealed the win for Ingwe.The win saw AFC pick their second back-to-back win under interim head coach Dennis Kitambi and climb to third on the log with 10 points, having played a match less.Isaac Oduro brought down Cliff Nyakeya in the box and the slum boys were awarded a penalty. Francis Omondi comfortably converted the penalty restoring Mathare’s lead.Mathare United had a high flying start, going unbeaten in the opening five matches, winning thee and drawing two games.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000AFC Leopards fans.Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 10 – AFC Leopards rallied from behind to end Mathare United’s unbeaten run after whipping the Slum Boys 4-3 in a Kenyan Premier League thriller hosted at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Saturday.AFC, finished with 10 men after Ghanaian Isaac Oduro was sent off in the 86th minute for a second bookable offence as a result of time wasting.
Hollywood star Sarah Jessica Parker has left her Donegal bolthole but has left a touching poem about her love of Ireland.The Sex and the City star has spent the past two weeks at her holiday home in Kilcar along with husband Matthew Broderick and their children.The celebrity couple have been coming to Donegal for many years but locals have given them their privacy. They have been spotted in various parts of the county including Donegal Town and Ardara.SJP even took to Instagram to post a picture of herself and her family, including son James and their seven-year-old twins Marion and Tabitha doing a one thousand piece jigsaw on a rainy afternoon.She also posted pictures of visiting a library and having tea and brown bread.And in her farewell Instagram post, the actress writes of all that she will miss about Donegal and Ireland. The list includes turf fires, skylines, local Donegal tweed and the “open smiles” of locals.However, SJP also writes about her love of Irish food including lamb cutlets, spuds and Kerrygold butter!This is her posting.“Farewell sultry and fickle skies“Farewell plumes of smoke from chimneys“Farewell ranges emitting the earthy and welcoming smell of turf“Farewell chips and tweed and open smiles“Farewell “marked bags”, lamb cutlets and kerrygold“Farewell to the most perfect spuds in all the world. Flowery or waxy. I will miss you most of all.X,SJ”The post has been liked by more than 82,000 of her 4.5 million followers on Instagram. The house belongs to SJP’s husband Broderick whose family bought it many years ago.He said he is so thankful to his parents for putting the money together to buy their Irish holiday getaway.“My parents bought a place there when I was about eight. And my sisters and I have inherited it and I’ve taken my kids. It’s up near Killybegs and Kilcar.”“Donegal, it’s unbelievable. It gave me a whole new childhood in a way. I grew up in New York City, I was born and raised here, so the fact that my parents managed to put the money together to get us there was a great gift to us. “You know the landscape, the hiking but it’s also the people there that I grew up knowing. Real farmers who worked the hay in the summer and milked cows. I really, really got to know my neighbours and that just doesn’t happen in the same way here in the U.S. We just really felt welcomed there. It’s another culture, a wonderful place.”Broderick says most locals in Donegal knew him long before he found fame through acting.“People would say it’s special because of the sea air. I remember how deeply I would sleep there. It was so quiet, the smell of the turf fires, and the hay. I used to love helping with the hay,” he said of his childhood days in Donegal.“Most of the people in Donegal knew me long before I was an actor. But even since then they don’t talk that much about it, which is very nice. My wife still gets it, some people’s eyes pop out of their head when she walks around but not our neighbours.”SJP’s touching note as she leaves turf, tweed and the most perfect spuds was last modified: August 14th, 2018 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:donegalkilcarmatthew broderickSJP