Cristiano Ronaldo fired reigning Serie A champions Juventus four points clear at the top of the table with a brace in a 2-1 win at home to Parma.Juve were given an unexpected boost in the title race earlier on Sunday when Inter were held 1-1 at Lecce, and Ronaldo ensured his side took full advantage. Andreas Cornelius outjumped Ronaldo for an unlikely equaliser, yet revenge was swift for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, a second goal soon sealing victory for the leaders.Alex Sandro headed just over from an early corner, but the left-back had to be replaced by Danilo after 21 minutes as Juve struggled to get into their stride. Ronaldo worked room for a shot on the right-hand side of the area, drawing a good save from Luigi Sepe that prompted another corner from which the Juve number seven wastefully missed the target.The former Real Madrid superstar continued to provide the Bianconeri’s chief threat and forged the breakthrough two minutes before half-time, cutting inside from the left to shoot hard and low, his effort taking a deflection that wrongfooted Sepe and nestled in the net.Aaron Ramsey drilled agonisingly wide before the break, while only a superb one-handed Sepe stop denied Danilo from 20 yards following the restart.It was a Parma substitute who scored the next goal, however, Cornelius – on for Roberto Inglese moments after the opener – rising above Ronaldo from a right-wing corner to nod in a towering header.A typically inspirational two-goal turn from Cristiano Ronaldo saw Juventus open up a four-point gap to Inter at the top of Serie A.Read Also:Juventus to offer player-plus-cash deal for Paul PogbaBut Ronaldo’s response was ruthless, meeting Paulo Dybala’s cutback with a clinical first-time finish just three minutes later to clinch the points.He might have completed his hat-trick in the closing minutes, but Sepe blocked a strike from the right before a header from the consequent corner looped over, and a curled strike from the left drifted wide. Promoted ContentTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeThe Best Cars Of All Time10 Extremely Dirty Seas In The World9 Actors Who Stay Famous For That One Movie They Did 10 Years Ago13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiBest Car Manufacturers In The World10 Legendary Movies To Learn History FromThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Maurizio Sarri’s men were not wholly convincing but, in the Portuguese, had the game’s outstanding player, who opened the scoring late in the first half.
Maxine Elisabeth Klump, 90, of New Alsace, Indiana passed Saturday November 18, 2017. She leaves her beloved children: Terry Damon of New Alsace, Michelle (Donald Jr.) Paquette of New Alsace, and Nancy (Steven) Lillie of New Alsace. She leaves her grandchildren: Stephanie (Andy) Hartman, Kathy Vidourek, Michael Damon, Lee Lillie, Kat Lillie, and Donald Paquette III. She also leaves her great grandchildren: Zachary Orndorff, Kyle Hartman, Molly Orndorff, Elizabeth Miles, Emily Vidourek. Meghan Vidourek, Peyton Hartman, Charlie Vidourek, Wyatt Hartman, and Natalie Damon. Maxine is survived by her sisters-in-law Alice Hughes and Hilda Klump.Maxine was preceded in death by her husband Michael Klump, daughter Kathleen Klump, and her brother Jerry Hughes.Maxine was born in New Alsace and was a lifelong member of St. Paul Catholic Church. She attended St. Paul Elementary School and graduated from Guilford High School as class valedictorian. Later she continued her education at Edgecliff College and received her BA in Education at Thomas More College in 1973. She earned her masters degree at Xavier University. She taught for 16 years. She loved teaching and she loved her students.Maxine was a member of the NCCW (National Council of Catholic Women) and served as Deanery President and Archdiocesan Secretary. At St. Paul’s she belonged to the Ladies Sodality, served as a religious education teacher, and sang in the choir. She and her husband started the weekly Rosary Prayer Group, and purchased the electronic bells for the Church.Maxine loved journalism and wrote for “The Beacon” – The New Alsace News. She was the editor of The History of St. Paul Parish for both the sesquicentennial in 1983 and the update for the 175th anniversary in 2008. In addition she had two poems published, and she was a contributor to the book The Longest Raid by Lester V. Horwitz.Maxine was a member of the Morgan Raiders Trail Committee, the Hillforest Historic Foundation, Literary Guild, North Dearborn Band Boosters, NDHS PTO, and program chairperson for the Cincinnati Symphony Club. She was also a charter member of the North Dearborn American Legion Post #452 Ladies Auxiliary.Visitation is Saturday, November 25, 2017at St Paul’s Church (All Saints Parish) from 10:00 – 12:45 with the Rosary at 10:00. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 1:00.Memorials to St. Paul Cemetery Fund (All Saints Parish), American Legion Post #452 Ladies Auxiliary, and Ripley Crossing.
Batesville, IN—Friday is the last day to order a yard sign to support Batesville High School Seniors. Batesville Community Education Foundation partnered with Rowland Graphics LLC and Bird in a Tree Boutique to offer two different yard sign designs so you can wish our grads good luck.The signs are $25 each. They will be available for pick-up at Batesville High School sometime in late April, using social distancing measures. Those placing orders will be contacted about how to pick up.To order your sign, click here. Once you have logged in, find the sign you’d like to order, select “Local Pick-up”, and pay.
Exxon Mobil Corporation announced today positive results from its Ranger-1 exploration well, marking ExxonMobil’s sixth oil discovery offshore Guyana since 2015.Details will follow in January 6 edition of Guyana Times.BRBKT4 Stena Carron oil drill ship at geo-stationary mooring in Bressay Sound, off Lerwick, Shetland Islands.