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first_imgUPDATE 11:20 AM: The full “Burn The Witch” single has been released! Listen/Watch here.It may not be much, but at least it’s something.Two days after completely clearing out their social media accounts and website, Radiohead has begun preparations for the announcement of their new album. The band has started the process with a brief clip, thematically falling in line with the “Burn The Witch” motif that was published on those leaflets last weekend. While little details are available, it seems increasingly likely that “Burn The Witch” will be the title of the new release, if not a song or major component of the album. Especially with this new video…Watch below:last_img read more

first_imgST GEORGE’S, Grenada,(CMC) – Jamaica Scorpions were rocked for their third lowest total ever in the Regional Four-Day Championship but then hit back through left-arm spinner Patrick Harty, to leave their seventh round contest against Windward Islands Volcanoes delicately balanced heading into today’s final day.Having secured a healthy lead of 164 runs after Volcanoes collapsed to 217 all out in their first innings, Scorpions then inexplicably crashed to 60 all out in their second innings with two single batsmen – number eight Jamie Merchant (19) and number nine Marquino Mindley (10) – reaching double figures.Fast bowlers Ryan John (4-26) and Preston McSween (3-23) then ripped through the top order to reduce Scorpions to 15 for four, and there was no recovery as off-spinner Kenneth Dember then cleaned up the lower order with a spell of three for nine.Left with 225 for victory, Volcanoes dramatically lost veteran left-hander Devon Smith to the first ball of the innings when he was bowled by fast bowler Marquino Mindley, as they stumbled to the close on 51 for three.Captain Kavem Hodge (21) and opener Kimani Melius (11) put on 34 for the second wicket to stabilise the innings but Harty intervened to remove both, and tilt the balance in the visitors’ favour.First, Harty hit Melius in front with a straight ball and then had Hodge cheekily stumped down the leg-side by Grenadian Denis Smith.On a day when 21 wickets tumbled at the National Stadium, Volcanoes lost their last eight wickets for 85 runs in a rapid decline that saw Mindley grab four for 48 and off-spinner Jamie Merchant finish three for 46.Devon Smith, unbeaten on 67, added just five before falling to a catch at the wicket off Mindley and Andre Fletcher, resuming on 22, reached 33 before he was bowled by Mindley.In between, West Indies batsman Sunil Ambris perished for one, also bowled by the fired up Mindley.Keron Cottoy, batting at number seven, resisted with an unbeaten 48 off 83 balls with six fours, to push his side beyond the 200-run mark.In a nightmare start to their innings, John trapped Alwyn Williams for seven in the fourth over with 12 runs on the board before McSween removed Jermaine Blackwood (2) and Nkrumah Bonner (0) in successive deliveries in the next over.John then got the prized wicket of captain John Campbell, caught at the wicket for six, leaving the Scorpions innings in strife.Merchant and Denis Smith (3) came together at 25 for six to stage the best stand of the innings with 20 for the seventh wicket but once Smith turned Dember into Melius’s hands at short leg, the slide continued.last_img read more

first_imgThe No. 2-ranked USC men’s water polo team got back in the winning column Saturday with two blowout wins over No. 11-ranked Princeton and Whittier in their home opener at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.Making a splash · Senior driver Nikola Vavic recorded two hat tricks in the Trojans’ two victories this weekend. The Trojans started slow in their first game back since their loss to UCLA in the NorCal Tournament earlier this month, but recovered to finish off the Princeton Tigers 22-4 and the Whittier Poets 23-2 this weekend at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center. – Chris Roman | Daily TrojanThe doubleheader began with the Trojans netting a 22-4 win over a strong Princeton team and immediately following it up with a 23-2 rout of Whittier for the second time this season. With the pair of wins, USC (12-1) also extends its 30-game home winning streak.This comes just a week after crosstown rival UCLA snapped the Trojan’s 41-game winning streak in the championship game of the NorCal Tournament 9-8.USC started slow against Princeton, as both teams were scoreless in the first four minutes.The Trojans, however, would start their offensive outpour soon after beginning with a goal by senior two-meter Connor Virjee. With that goal, the team would take a 1-0 advantage, and there was no looking back from there as redshirt junior driver Zach Lucas put a goal in just 30 seconds later.The theme of the day for the Trojans was “spreading the love,” as eight different Trojans netted USC’s first eight goals and 13 different USC players scored on the day.The main emphasis of the day though, according to USC head coach Jovan Vavic, was not offense but defense.“We really wanted to focus on playing better defense, and I felt like we did a much better job with our half-pool defense,” Vavic said.Redshirt sophomore two-meter player Mac Carden came up big for the Trojans against Princeton. Carden had four goals on the day, but had great defensive intensity as well.“[Carden] had a lot of steals on defense today and was playing harder than anyone on our team, which was motivating us to raise our intensity,” senior utility player Mace Rapsey said.The Trojans were up on the Tigers 10-4 before a 12-goal offensive outburst that gave them the 22-4 win. Drivers Lucas, junior Kostas Genidounias, senior Nikola Vavic and Rapsey had hat tricks in the win, while senior two-meter Jeremy Davie and junior driver Marc Vonderweidt also had multigoal games with two each. Senior James Clark recorded double-digit saves in goal with 10.“We had a great scoring day on offense and it was nice to see so many people getting on the board,” Vonderweidt said.Following a short break, the team continued its scoring run against Whittier, blasting 11 straight goals into the back of the net to take a big early lead. The Poets would eventually get on the board late in the first half with a man-up goal by attacker Nicholas Beavers.Eleven different USC players would score against the Poets and a plethora of players would have multigoal games led by Genidounias, who had four. Vavic, redshirt junior Ivan Kustic and Carden also had hat tricks. Sophomore Aleck Ryner and redshirt junior Paul Mitre would relieve Clark in goal and netted eight saves in a combined effort.And though the elder Vavic was happy with his team’s performance on defense, he wasn’t very impressed with his team’s large scoring output, mainly because of the many goal-scoring opportunities that it didn’t capitalize on.“We basically missed 15 one or nobodies today, so we need to do a much better job finishing and be more focused in those situations,” coach Vavic said.USC will stay at home and jump into Mountain Pacific Sports Federation play next Saturday, Oct. 5 against UC Irvine. Game time is set for 1 p.m. Follow Darian on Twitter @dariannourian24last_img read more

first_imgAccording to claims of Turkish media, Josip Kvesic should sign a contract with the Turkish first division team Antalyaspor.Kvesic should to Antalya yesterday, where he should meet with the president of the club, Gultekin Gencer, in order to finalize the transfer.If everything goes well, Kvesic should officially become a footballer of Antalyaspor today, Zeljeznicar set a condition to the club from Antalya to pay a compensation, that amounts to 115 000 EUR, to account of the club on Monday as well, in order to avoid the potential problem of payment as happened during the transfer of Ibrahim Sehic to Mersin.In his career, Josip Kvesic played for Siroki Brijeg, Zilina and Varazdin. He was invited to the A National football team, while he left a deep imprint in a young team.(Source: klix.ba/ Photo: bh-index.com)last_img read more