Griezmann, Hernandez & Lemar agree Atleti deals

first_imgTransfers Griezmann, Hernandez & Lemar agree Atletico deals Goal Last updated 1 year ago 05:53 6/19/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Antoine Griezmann, Atletico Madrid Richard Heathcote Transfers Atlético Madrid Monaco France Primera División Antoine Griezmann Thomas Lemar The three France team-mates have agreed contractual terms with the Liga side, giving the club a boost ahead of the 2018-19 season Less than a week after “La Decision” Antoine Griezmann has officially ended speculation on a move to Barcelona, putting pen to paper on a new deal with Atletico Madrid, along with France team-mates Lucas Hernandez and Thomas Lemar.Griezmann has been heavily linked with a move away from Atletico for two straight summers, with talk of a move to Manchester United in 2017 being followed by reports of a switch to La Liga champions Barca this year.The France international announced last week he would announce his future on a televised documentary, during which he said had decided to stay at Atletico Madrid. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Arsenal would be selling their soul with Mourinho move That has now been made official as Atletico announced Griezmann has signed a contract which ties him to Diego Simeone’s side until 2023. Griezmann’s previous contract ran through 2022.In addition to Griezmann, Atletico Chief Executive Officer Miguel Angel Gil Marin and sporting director Andrea Berta were in Russia at the French camp to finalise contracts with two of Griezmann’s international team-mates.Thomas Lemar has now agreed to personal terms with the Liga club. Last week, Atletico announced they had come to an agreement with Monaco over a reported €60 million (£52.9m/$70.5m) move for the winger.However, Lemar’s move to the Spanish capital is not yet official, as a medical and the formalisation of the transfer with Monaco are still pending.Defender Lucas Hernandez has been also seen his deal with the club extended to 2024. The 22-year-old full-back has made 88 appearances with the club since making his first team debut in 2014-15.Grandes noticias desde Rusia. @AntoGriezmann ha firmado su renovación hasta 2023, @LucasHernandez hasta 2024 y Lemar su contrato #AúpaAtleti https://t.co/f1wjstCtj6 pic.twitter.com/vgRN0pture— Atlético de Madrid (@Atleti) June 18, 2018Hernandez has become an ever-increasing presence in Diego Simeone’s line-up over the past three campaigns, and he made a career-high 24 starts for Atletico last season.The defender’s strong campaign saw a battle over his international future this year, but he chose to remain with France and started Les Blues’ World Cup opener, a 2-1 win over Australia.Their club futures seemingly all but secure, the France trio will next be in action at the World Cup on June 21 against Peru.last_img read more

CHINCHILLA TOUCH HAVE OUTGROWN THEMSELVES

first_imgWith 120 Junior Touch teams set to descend on the Glasshouse Mountains in July for the Queensland Junior State Cup, the 7 teams from Chinchilla could easily be passed over. The incredible achievement of the junior players from Chinchilla is highlighted however, when you realize that these teams are coming from a small country community of just 3000 people. The Queensland Junior State Cup will be held from July 1-3, with around 1500 junior Touch Footballers set to take part from all around Queensland. In 2004 the Chinchilla Touch Association attended the Junior State Cup with just one team in the Under 13 girls division. In February 2005 Chinchilla Touch ran the AusTouch program, a junior Touch program designed to increase the skill level of its current juniors and attract more children to the sport of Touch. Judging by the number of teams attending this junior state event, it certainly worked with 117 children taking part in the program from Chinchilla and surrounding areas, with 70 of those players being selected into Chinchilla representative teams. The association president, Brenda Rackemann, was overwhelmed by the response to not only the AusTouch program, but also the number of children who wanted to go further by attending tournaments such as the Queensland Junior State Cup. “This is great for the community not just the children but also the number of parents who are helping out with the sides as coaches, managers or mums who are going along just to help look after the kids. This will be a welcome distraction from the drought for a lot of the parents who are on the land,” she said. “The only downside to having so many children wanting to participate at this event is that the association only has 4 sets of uniforms so we will borrow some from the school or local clubs or wherever possible. We may also struggle to supply our quota of referees as the people who referee in the local competition are also coaching teams at the event. If these are the only dramas we have to deal with to have more kids being involved in Touch then I don’t mind.” By Rachel Moyle & Terry McSweeney A MESSAGE FROM TERRY McSWEENEY- SOUTH WEST QUEENSLAND TOUCH ASSOCIATION: The Chinchilla Touch Association is sending 7 Junior teams to the upcoming Junior State Cup (JSC) as a result of the interest shown from the AusTouch program run earlier in the year. This is great for their association in having so many kids wanting to play Touch. One problem! Since they have so many teams from such a small association they also need coaches and managers. The coaches and managers usually referee in the local competition. As part of the nomination for JSC they are required to supply 4 referees from their association but are finding it difficult as most of the accredited refs are coaching and are required to look after the kids. This would make it very difficult not only for them to referee by also for the Tournament Director of Referees to juggle the roster to accommodate them. If your referees association or individuals could help Chinchilla out by supplying some refs it would be much appreciated. SWQ Touch will cover the cost of their accommodation and breakfast at the same venue as the Toowoomba Junior teams are staying in Caloundra. However we would need to know ASAP as limited accommodation is available. The tournament is at the Glasshouse Mountains from the 1st to the 3rd of July. If you can help just reply to this email address swqtouch@aldtouch.com.au or call SWQ Touch on 46311464 or 040713070. Regards, Terry McSweeney SWQ Touch Associationlast_img read more

Postition Vacant – QLD State Manager

first_imgQueensland Touch Assoication (QTA) invites applicants to apply for the position of State Manager, to be based in the Brisbane or South-East Queensland Region.The position is critical to the delivery and expansion of QTA programs within each region of the State. Remuneration package will range from $75,000 – $85,000 including Superannuation, and other benefits. For a full postition description please download the attached document.  By COB Monday 21 April, applicants must provide a 2-page letter outlining qualifications and experience relating to the job description, along with a resume containing referee details to QTA email di.worters@austouch.com.au Related Filesstate_manager_position-pdflast_img read more

Australian 20’s Boy’s Raffle Winners

first_imgThe winners of Australian 20’s Boys Raffle were: * Framed 2007 signed Melbourne Storm Jersey – Rae Williams* QLD State of Origin jersey signed by Cameron Smith – Tanya Lovett* $500 Woolworths Gift card – Justin Otto* Heinz Food Hamper 1 – Michael Chapman* Heinz Food Hamper 2 – Jackie Vella* Mixed Grocery Hamper – Neville Otto* Melbourne Storm Banner – Claire DillonThe raffle was drawn by Cathy Gray, Peter McNeven, Wayne Grant and Kerry Norman all of whom are part of the Touch Football Australia High Performance Program.The Australian 20’s Boy’s team would like to thank all those who purchased tickets in support of their campaign to win their Youth Trans Tasman division.Raffles conducted in accordance with columns 3 and 4 of the table at Q3 must have printed tickets. Information that must be printed on each raffle ticket includes:* the name of the declared community or charitable organisation to benefit from the raffle* the permit number, where a minor gaming permit is required and has been issued* the ticket price and the maximum number of tickets authorised by a permit* a description of each prize and its value* when and where the raffle will be drawn, and the method of publication or notification of the resultslast_img read more

2010 Be Active WA State Championships

first_img40 teams will contest the three day event across seven divisions – Men’s Open, Women’s Open, Mixed Open, Women’s 27’s, Men’s 30’s, Women’s 35’s and Men’s 40’s.Included in the line up is a team from East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, who will travel over 4,000 kilometres to attend the event. Teams from across Western Australia that will also travel a long way to compete at the event include Albany, Geraldton, Goldfields and Bunbury. The Southern Stars will be one of the teams to watch in the Men’s Open division, with current Australian Men’s Open squad member Stuart Brierty as well as Alliance squad members Mitchell Brierty, Craig Boston and Andrew Knox in the line up. Fremantle will be another team to watch out for in the Men’s Open division, with Alliance squad members Blane Edwards and Nathan Smith in the side, while Tompkins Park boasts Duncan Brown and Trevor Twose, both also Alliance squad members. Another team to watch out for in the Men’s Open division is the Perth Brothers, who won the recent 2010 Super League Series final.In the Women’s Open division, Australian Mixed Open squad member, Zoe Dacey-Aitken, will lead the Northern Districts side. Coming off the back of last year’s State Championships win and the recent 2010 Super League Series victory, the Southern Stars will be another team to watch out for, who have Alliance squad member, Sharon Wong, in the side. Tompkins Park will be well served by their up-and-coming players, Jenaya Quan and Trilleen Pomare, who are both Alliance squad members. Friday and Saturday will see round games contested, before finals are played on Sunday. To keep up-to-date with all of the latest results and information from the 2010 Be Active WA State Championships, please visit the event website:www.statechamps.com.aulast_img read more