BY TIM MORRISStaff Writer Christian Brothers Academy’s harriers are becoming the masters of the mud. Running on a sloppy course for the second straight weekend, the Colts won the Brown University Invitational in Providence, R.I. The Colts, who bounced back from an off-day at the Shore Coaches Invitational at the start of the month with an impressive performance in the rain at the Manhattan Invitational at Van Cortlandt Park, the Bronx, N.Y., last weekend, were outstanding again Saturday running on a rain-soaked layout at Brown University. Ranked No. 2 in the Northeast, the Colts easily beat No. 5-ranked Saratoga Springs, N.Y., 70-132, to solidify their ranking. As usual, Chris Horel paced the Colts, finishing third overall. He toured the muddy course in 16:00.0. Saratoga Springs’ Steve Murdock was the individual winner, posting a 15:53.40, less than a second up on runner-up Kevin Gill of Brocktown, Mass. (15:54.0). Kevin Rogers was ninth (16:24.0) and Greg Leach (16:32.0) 11th for the Colts, setting the table for the victory. It was another solid meet for CBA underclassmen Chris Lombardi (16:51.0) and Brendon Pierson (16:56.0), who were 21st and 26th, and that closed it out for the Colts, the top-ranked team in New Jersey. Good news for CBA was the return of injured Justin Wheat. He was 76th (17:42.0), in his first race back since injury his hamstring. It wasn’t the finish that was important, but the fact that the senior was back. CBA had all five runners under 17:00, another sign that things are starting to fall in place for Tom Heath’s Colts. CBA, which is looking for a return trip to the Nike Team Nationals, needs to remain No. 2 in the Northeast in order to earn automatic selection to the Dec. 3 Nike Team Nationals in Portland, Ore. The Colts qualified last year and finished 11th. After their off race at the Shore Coaches, the Colts fell to No. 5 in the Northeast, but their big race in Manhattan moved them up to No. 2 and they did nothing to harm that ranking at Brown. Yesterday, the Colts were the heavy favorite to defend their Monmouth County Championship. On Oct. 29, the Shore Conference Championships will be on the line and the Colts are again the defending champion. CBA is the only boys team in the area to have a regional ranking. On the girls side, Colts Neck is ranked No. 6. Defending national champion Saratoga Springs tops the Northeast girls rankings. BY TIM MORRIS Staff Writer
Dear Editor,I have seen advertisements by the Ministry of Agriculture concerning its World Food Day activity. The activity, from what I saw, was being held on October 16 at the Ministry’s complex at LBI.Being interested in the activity, I began to enquire from friends and relatives about the Ministry’s LBI complex as I wasn’t aware that the Ministry had established such a facility. Several persons I asked, were like me, clueless about the Agriculture Ministry’s complex.I have, however, come to learn that the complex is really the former LBI Estate complex which the GuySuCo Head Office is now located. I recall not too long ago, GuySuCo and NICIL were fighting, almost like cat and dog, regarding the ownership of the very property.Each side, I had read, claimed ownership in one way or another. It is now a surprise to learn that all of a sudden that the Ministry of Agriculture, it seems, is now the owner of the property. I do not recall any publication about this in the media.Did the Ministry purchase the complex from GuySuCo? If so what was the cost? Through what means did the Ministry acquire the property? Was there an open tender to determine the highest bid?What was the Ministry’s purchase price, if there was a purchase? And did the purchase price bear any semblance to a credible valuation since the Government has a penchant, it seems, for selling State assets at the valuation price.Yours sincerely,Liebert Alleyne
“As the Hon. Secretary of the Kenya Rugby Union, I wish to clarify that the Board of the Union has not met or deliberated any matter related to the 2014 Safaricom Sevens. As such the statement issued by the Chairman, is made in his individual capacity and not on behalf of the Board.“The Board of the Union shall duly issue a statement once it has met over the matter,” Omondi asserted.Muthee’s earlier statement read in part; “ At the conclusion of a great 19th Safaricom Sevens, on behalf of KRU I would like to express my gratitude to the Organising Committee that worked tirelessly, often round the clock for days prior and during the tournament.“There were hundreds of volunteers who dedicated themselves to an excellent job. Special commendation goes to persons who directed the operations.”The two contradicting sentiments coming from the Union’s top officials brought to the fore simmering undercurrents thus far confined in Ngong Road headquarters hot in the heels of a fortnight-long strike by seasoned national sevens team player throwing preparations for ‘Operation Rio’ in disarray.The aggrieved regulars, 18 in total are opposed to the Union’s move of adjusting their terms of engagement to performance contracts but in light of Tuesday’s development, it is difficult to tell whether the entire or part of the governing body is involved in the impasse.“We have very many superstars in our team but they must show leadership and be good examples to upcoming players. They should be tolerant and be there to entertain but should not be in the front leading revolt.“We must go for the performance contract, it doesn’t matter whether it’s the technical bench everybody must be ready to face scrutiny. Issues of indiscipline will not be tolerated in any circles of cause I always advocate for dialog between squads, management and technical bench but nobody should negotiate holding a trigger,” Muthee stated regarding on the players on strike.Their absence was felt at Safari Sevens where the three Kenyan teams, Shujaa, Moran and Simba Saba that featured new faces failed to hit the heights on home soil with the former surrendering the Main Cup title to settle for the Plate.KRU dramatically axed the 18 dissenters who were led by vice captain and the country’s record try scorer Collins Injera last Wednesday after they declined to accent to the new contracts.Fly half Biko Adema, Patrice Agunda, Horace Otieno, Oscar Ouma, Philip Wamae, Dan Sikuta, Dennis Ombachi, Billy Odhiambo, Michael Agevi, Tony Owuor, Michael Wanjala, Felix Ayange, Oscar Ayodi, Eden Agero, Sammy Oliech and Lavin Asego complete the list.Barring a last minute change they are also in line to be omitted when national head coach Paul Treu names his squad Wednesday for the 2014-15 HSBC Sevens World Series opener in Gold Coast, a day before they depart for a five-day camp in South Africa after declining to apply for visas.But is Kenya ready to do without the seasoned players? And is this the right time for the technical bench to take risk in fielding in-experienced players when the team is targeting a top four finish in this season’s IRB World Series to clinch automatic qualification for 2016 Olympics? “Everything is always a risk and there is no guarantee if we do take our most experienced players we will win the tournament so the odds are exactly the same, every person in this life wants opportunity and now we are opening the door,” Treu who is on the spotlight this season after setting qualifying for the Summer Games as his aim declared in an attempt to tow the official line.It has not been lost on the rugby fraternity that a similar tiff between the players and KRU over contracts also manifested itself two years ago under his predecessor, Briton Mike Friday, but the then technical boss managed to diffuse the situation on the hush at Ngong Road, without the theatre of the absurd playing out in public domain as is the case now.“Out of the respect we have for the lovers of rugby in this county and beyond, we had chosen to keep quiet as we tried to sort the issues we had raised behind the scenes.“Senior players met the team management, and raised the issues such as contract cancellation without prior notice, delayed August salaries, medical cover/Player welfare, retainer for the new players called up to the team and end of year bonus deductions,” part of a statement signed by the axed players stated as they sought to clear the air on what they suggested was a smear campaign against them by Union boss (es).It continued; “We have never refused to talk and discuss with the technical bench or the KRU. We feel that we have not been unreasonable with whatever issues we have raised. We are not rogues, rebels or superstars.“For most of us rugby has been part of our lives and played a big role in being role models in society and not forgetting the amazing support of the 40M+ over the years in good and bad times.”Kayange neglectedVeteran and former skipper Humphrey Kayange who co-signed the player’s response was technically abandoned after fracturing his ankle during the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last month against New Zealand.With the blame game going on between KRU and National Olympics Committee of Kenya, it took the intervention of State through Commissioner of Sports Gordon Oluoch, earlier September to promise the Government will refund him the money he spent on surgery in South Africa.“I have asked for more details from the insurance company that was supposed to cater for him and know the nature before refunding him that’s if he used his money.“It’s unfortunate if he used his own money. I can’t blame Nock before I know exactly what transpired,” Oluoch said at the time.The inspirational player will miss the opening three rounds of this season’s IRB World Sevens after being sidelined until February next year.‘Culture of rugby’ at Safaricom 7s diminishingOn a positive note the three day tournament gave young players like Alex Olaba, Billy Isabwa, KCB’s Jacob Ojeey and Homeboyz duo of Bush Mwale and Augustine Lugonzo a chance to shine and gain valuable experience as the hastily assembled Morans who came to being days ahead of the event after a British side pulled out sparkled.However, the three-day event failed to ignite the rugby faithful who have patronised it to the rafters in years gone by shied away making the 60,000-seater Kasarani Stadium resemble a ghost town especially on the last day when official figures pegged attendances at 20,000.They accused KRU of giving title sponsors Safaricom, who are nonetheless much welcome to the event, too much leeway in dictating the organisation of the event, the decision to take it to the facility they have taken under their wing a key sticking point particularly with IRB observers in the country to inspect the viability of Kenya hosting a HSBC World Series round.The detachment between the fans and the sponsors was also experienced in other rounds of the local domestic circuit also backed by the giant integrated communications services provider. Many lovers of the game felt the ‘culture of rugby’ that combines the game and fun is dying slowly especially as differences between Safaricom and fellow prime sponsors; beer manufacturers, East Africa Breweries Limited, played out in Kasarani with the early closure of the event on Sunday way before the alleged stipulated 9:30pm, locking out a planned after party on ‘security grounds’.Attendances have sharply dropped since organisers, at the behest of the title sponsors, shifted the event from its RFUEA traditional venue along Ngong Road to Nairobi’s Nyayo Stadium in 2011 and 12 with the worst numbers witnessed at this year’s event but Muthee attempted to save face.“We thank thousands of supporters who came to the Safaricom “Home of Heroes” Stadium. The 60,000 capacity venue affords plenty of comfort.“The roughly 35,000 fans on Saturday and almost 20,000 on Sunday may have looked to be in a half-empty or half-full, whichever way you look at it, stadium. Those were comparable crowds to attendances in Gold Coast, Dubai, South Africa, Wellington, Edinburgh, Las Vegas and certainly bigger than in Tokyo and Moscow at the World Cup last year.“The only bigger attendances are in Twickenham and Hong Kong. We thank our spectators for an electrifying atmosphere at the Safaricom Stadium, especially on Saturday, supporting the local teams and appreciating the visitors from the bottom of their hearts.”The intrigues, accusations and counter-accusations between the involved parties do not provide a conducive environment for ‘Operation Rio’ to be actualised as the ongoing saga continues to dominate the build up to Gold Coast and the longer it runs, Kenya can forget about their celebrated sevens team packing their bags to Brazil.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000NAIROBI, Kenya, September 30 – As much as Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) boss, Mwangi Muthee, portrays business is normal at their headquarters along Nairobi’s Ngong Road, nothing is further from the truth as evidence emerged Tuesday of divisions in top management.Just a day after Muthee dispatched a lengthy appreciation message to those involved in the 19th Safaricom Sevens won by invitational side, Welsh Warriors, his Secretary General Eddie Omondi fired another statement disowning the chairman’s proclamation saying it was not the decision of the Board.
0Shares0000Japan striker Yoshinori Muto during a J-League match against Shonan Bellmare in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa prefecture in April.TOKYO, May 12- In-form Japan striker Yoshinori Muto is expected to join Germany’s Mainz 05 after rejecting an offer from English Premier League champions Chelsea, newspapers said Tuesday.The Bundesliga team and Muto’s current club, FC Tokyo, have reached a basic agreement on the 22-year-old’s transfer, Sports Nippon daily said, quoting unnamed Mainz officials. Details of his salary were not made available, but the paper said Mainz are ready to offer 3.0 million euros (402 million yen) as a transfer fee.Nikkan Sports said other Bundesliga clubs were also sounding out the J-league team over a possible swoop.The reports came after Chelsea made a formal offer for Muto worth a reported $5.9 million, which would have been a record transfer from the J-League to an overseas club.But with the English team’s depth of talent and experience, particularly up front, there were concerns Muto might struggle to get playing time.The German league, where Japanese players including Shinji Kagawa have thrived, would be likely to offer Muto more opportunities to get off the bench, the Sports Nippon said.An FC Tokyo spokeswoman declined to comment on the reports.Muto began his professional career at FC Tokyo last year, scoring 13 goals in 33 games to match the first-division record for a player in his rookie season.The baby-faced striker also made his debut for Japan in 2014 and bagged his first international goal in a 2-2 draw against Venezuela in September.Muto has eight goals in 11 games this season, helping FC Tokyo move into joint second place in the J-League standings just one point behind leaders Urawa Reds.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
According to the charge sheet published on Tuesday, Barcelona forward Messi was not aware of the fraud committed by his father, Jorge Horacio, who has managed the footballer’s affairs since he was a child.The pair were accused in 2013 of defrauding the taxman out of 4.16 million euros ($4.69 million) in taxes related to Messi’s image rights between 2007 and 2009 through the creation of fake companies in Belize and Uruguay.After studying the possibility that the footballer could have avoided any financial irregularities concerning documents bearing his signature, the court decided Messi did not know the details of how his earnings were being chanelled, nor how tax payments had been avoided.Four-time world player of the year Messi is the fourth richest sportsman in the world, according to Forbes magazine which estimates he earns $64.7 million a year.Messi’s older brother Matias, 32, was briefly detained in Argentina on Sunday after he was found with a revolver in the glove compartment of his car.He allegedly came to blows with the arresting officers and suffered a facial injury while two police officers were also hurt in the foot and knee.He had already been charged with illegal possession of a firearm in 2008.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Lionel Messi’s father Jorge Horacio, pictured on April 14, 2015, could face 18 months in prison for fiscal fraud (AFP Photo/Franck Fife)MADRID, October 7 – The father of Argentina star Lionel Messi could face 18 months in prison for fiscal fraud following a request by the Barcelona public prosecutor on Tuesday.Messi himself, however, will not face charges after being exonerated of all accusations, with the prosecutor saying he had blindly followed his father’s “instructions”.
GRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – The Grande Prairie RCMP are warning would-be criminals that if you steal a vehicle, or enter it to steal items inside, it may be a “bait vehicle.”The Grande Prairie RCMP recently completed a six week operation with a bait vehicle. As property crime is a policing priority, the Grande Prairie RCMP has been placing a “bait vehicle” in strategic locations around the Swan City.In the six weeks of the operation, six individuals were charged with a number of vehicle theft-related and other charges.26 year-old Jake Snow of Grande Prairie has been charged with Theft of Motor Vehicle. He remains in custody until his court appearance on March 6th.37 year-old Grande Prairie resident Amanda Kanyo has been charged with Possession of Stolen Property over $5000. She is due to appear in court on Wednesday.22 year-old Hythe resident Crysta Desjarlais has been charged with one count each of Theft of Motor Vehicle, Failing to Comply with a Recognizance.22 year-old Nathan Landry of Grande Prairie has been charged with: Theft of Motor Vehicle and Mischief under $5000. Landry has not been located and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.27 year-old Grande Prairie resident Tyler Lannigan faces a total of ten charges, including Flight from Police and Obstruction.A 17 year old male youth, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, was charged with stealing a vehicle and mischief under $5,000.- Advertisement -“We are trying to deter this type of criminal activity in our community,” says Cpl Shawn Graham, Grande Prairie Community Policing, “This is an excellent initiative to bring individuals involved in auto theft before the courts.”If you have information which you believe may assist police in their investigation, please call the Grande Prairie RCMP at(780) 830-5701. Should you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1.800.222.8477 (TIPS).
The office of the First Minister and the Deputy First Minister of the North have opened Donegal’s Amazing Grace viewing point in Buncrana.The guests of honour endorsed the significance of John Newton’s inspirational story, which connects Donegal and Derry with the hymn “Amazing Grace” and the abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Deputy First Minister, Martin Mc Guinness MLA said, “This is a great story that resonates throughout the world. John Newton was someone who was part of changing the course of history.” Emphasising the importance of working together, Martin Mc Guinness added, “It is wonderful to come here at a time of peace.”Representing the First Minister, Jonathan Bell, MLA added, “Amazing Grace is a hymn that has transcended countries and people. It was sung at Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream speech’. It was sung as the Berlin wall came down. That message of the grace of the Lord Jesus comes to all of us here today.”Caught in a violent storm in the Atlantic Ocean in 1748, John Newton cried out to God for mercy and found refuge in Lough Swilly. He stepped ashore a changed man and this experience later inspired him to write “Amazing Grace”. Newton went on to mentor William Wilberforce throughout the 20-year battle to abolish the slave trade.Jonathan Bell and Martin Mc Guinness jointly opened the new viewing point along with Buncrana mayor, Cllr Peter Mc Laughlin. Buncrana mayor, Cllr Peter Mc Laughlin added, “We’re honoured and immensely proud that the inspiration for the world’s most famous hymn came from an event that happened here on the shores of our beloved Lough Swilly and set in motion a story that changed history. ”Acknowledging the major contribution of Inishowen Development Partnership in funding the viewing point, Cllr Nicholas Crossan, Chairman of the Amazing Grace Initiative added, “Our hope is that here on the shores of Lough Swilly, people may be inspired like John Newton to champion justice, peace and reconciliation both on this island and all over the world.”Deputy Joe McHugh TD added, “We can be inspired by the Amazing Grace story. I feel inspired today.”Spokesman for the Amazing Grace Initiative, Padraig Mac Lochlainn, TD, said, “I hope we can embrace the story of ‘Amazing Grace’ and champion the values of John Newton and William Wilberforce. I would love to make Buncrana and the shores of Lough Swilly a centre for all that is good about humanity – for peace, hope, justice and human rights – a place for rediscovering faith and finding our soul’s resting place.”The Amazing Grace Initiative is a joint project of Inishowen Development Partnership and Buncrana Town Council together with local businesses and community groups. The new viewing point is part of an on-going plan to create an Amazing Grace experience for visitors to the region. Work is set to start on a new park in the near future. AMAZING GRACE STORY HAS POWER TO INSPIRE – McGUINNESS was last modified: October 5th, 2013 by John2Share 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:Amazing GraceInishowenJoe McHughJOHN HUMEmartin mcguinnessMcGUINNESS
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los Angeles“This is a reality facing not only New Image, but many other critical service providers such as the Salvation Army that rely on timely funding from LAHSA and wait for months to be paid,” the supervisors wrote. Supervisors directed Chief Administrative Officer David Janssen to set aside $250,000 of LAHSA’s $2 million budget for a line of credit; set aside $103,000 for more staff; and negotiated a deal with the city to share administrative costs of running the joint agency. The supervisors had set aside the $2 million for LAHSA to help it avoid recurring fiscal problems. Janssen said he understands the city intends to use a bank loan to fund the $250,000 for the line of credit and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has proposed putting much of the $2 million back into his homeless budget next fiscal year. Villaraigosa had pulled the funding after learning that the agency had violated federal rules that ban the co-mingling of funds by using about $1.7 million in federal funds to bail out other programs. Alarmed that the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is still lagging in its payments to groups that help the homeless, Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to extend the agency a line of credit. The vote came even as officials raised concerns that LAHSA – which is charged with helping the nation’s largest homeless population – has mismanaged its funds and has trouble paying various advocates that help the down-and-out. A city-county report last month found LAHSA had only $700,000 in the bank to cover $5 million it owes to service providers, and the agency was more than 30 days late in meeting two-thirds of its obligations. The New Image Emergency Shelter for the Homeless, which serves the homeless in Los Angeles and Long Beach, recently wrote to LAHSA complaining that it must continually borrow on its own line of credit while awaiting payment from LAHSA, Supervisors Don Knabe and Yvonne Brathwaite Burke wrote in a joint motion. At the time, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development threatened to pull the agency’s $60 million in annual funding if the issue was not addressed. Larry Adamson, a LAHSA commissioner, said the financial issues raised by HUD have been resolved. “We have addressed those issues and implemented the financial policy amendments that were necessary to prohibit that type of activity from occurring again,”‘ Adamson said. But Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky said the bigger issue is whether LAHSA is the proper agency to administer hundreds of millions of dollars to help the 90,000 people who are homeless on any given day in the county. “The whole homeless advocacy world is busy talking about governance and structure and things that I guess, in an ivory tower, a university campus is very important to study up on the 11th floor of a social science building,” Yaroslavsky said. “But in terms of getting people who are on the streets … who need help … these debates are not doing them a hell of a lot of good.” email@example.com (213) 974-8985160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The National Football Exhibition are hosting a football themed table quiz and raffle with proceeds going to Cara House, Letterkenny.The quiz, on September 26, is a part of the National Football Exhibition, which is rolling into Letterkenny this month.The Exhibition is a celebration of Irish football and 60 Years of European Championships. Donegal is the fifth of seven venues outside of Dublin hosting the National Football Exhibition. The Exhibition is heading to the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny from September 20-29Register your team of four by clicking here – https://www.fai.ie/domestic/national-football-exhibition-donegal-table-quiz – and payment can be made at the event.For individual registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.The quiz takes place at Arena 7, Letterkenny, at 9pm on Thursday, September 26. Teams of four cost €35 or entry fee of €10 per person. The free Exhibition, which has attractions for all ages, welcomed a wide variety of visitors to date and has proved a hit for school groups and family outings. The National Football Exhibition App which is available to download from the App Store or Google Play Store has a supplementary audio guide available in English or Irish, which gives visitors an extended insight into some of the items on display.Football quiz as part of National Football Exhibition was last modified: September 16th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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)
Such shocks can often cause a total collapse but though clearly flummoxed initially, Charlton eventually rallied.When Purrington tapped in Taylor’s incisive far-post cross in the 35th minute, the Addicks were deservedly back on terms.The leveller afforded cleansing mercy for both Phillips and Sarr, with the early howler not proving decisive. Getty Images – Getty Bauer celebrates with Charlton goalkeeper Dillon Phillips at the end of the enthralling game Getty Images- Getty 4 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City REPLY Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Charlton will play in the second tier of English football next season LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS ADVICE Patrick Bauer’s strike in the final seconds of stoppage time secured Charlton’s promotion to the Championship with a dramatic 2-1 victory in the League One play-off final over Sunderland at Wembley.The defender latched onto a loose ball after his initial header was blocked to send the Addicks into ecstasy and up to English football’s second tier for the first time in three years. Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Charlton fully deserved their victory but pulled it off in almost the hardest possible way after leaking a calamitous own goal from Naby Sarr in the fifth minute.Ben Purrington levelled before half-time thanks to Lyle Taylor’s smart assist, and just when the clash looked headed for extra time, up popped Bauer with the winner.It was the cruellest of ways for Sunderland to be consigned to a second year in England’s third tier, but in truth, the Wearsiders could hardly argue with the result. gameday cracker Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ tense Getty Images – Getty REVEALED no dice Charlton continued to press most after the break but the match moved past the hour with the scores still locked at 1-1.Jonny Williams’ arrival added yet more impetus to the Addicks, with the former Sunderland midfielder clearly fired up against his old club.Taylor nodded wide at the far post as the game opened up, then Krystian Bielik saw a dangerous header cleared in a six-yard box scramble.Josh Parker’s cute flick was later blocked by Tom Flanagan as Charlton pressed at the death, with the spectre of extra time evaporated when Bauer stubbed home the winner in the fourth minute of added time. shining 4 Sunderland couldn’t believe their luck when they took the lead Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Getty Images – Getty 4 The Charlton players congratulate Purrington on his equalising goal Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move 4 Charlton set aside all their wacky protests against their ownership as 36,000 Addicks fans swamped Wembley, and those in the national stadium revelled as home town boy and boss Lee Bowyer steered The Valley men back to the Championship.Disaster struck Charlton soon after kick-off, though, as a blameless Sarr watched on in horror as Dillon Phillips allowed his pressure-free back pass to roll past his foot and into the net.Phillips sprinted back in desperation, sliding on his knees into the net himself – but not before the ball. huge blow