“I’m going to enjoy this one tonight and let my assistants worry about Artesia. We’ll get to them soon enough.” In the second half, it looked like the Panthers’ season was going to end when they fell behind 26-16. But behind Anderson, who scored eight of his 14 points in the third quarter, they fought back to take a 34-33 lead heading into the final period. Anderson then had a chance to win the game in regulation but he missed a long jumper as the clock expired and the two teams went into overtime tied at 46-46. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Jordan (20-9) won’t have much time to celebrate, however, because the Panthers will next play second-seeded and nationally ranked Artesia in the quarterfinals Friday night. “Talk about being in the right place at the right time,” Jordan coach Ron Massey said. “We didn’t draw up the final play to be run like that but we’ll take it. Michael hit a big shot for us and I think the man upstairs is definitely looking out for us. LONG BEACH – It was either the worst shot of his life or the greatest pass of his career. Either way, Jordan High’s Larry Anderson was more than happy to make Michael Brown a hero on Tuesday night. Brown scored the game winning basket at the buzzer in overtime after he put back a missed shot by Anderson as the Panthers upset Santa Margarita, 53-52, in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division I-AA playoffs.
With his back to the goal, Nunez passed back to Salazar as he set up for a shot from about 10 yards out. But Salazar faked the shot and passed back to a streaking Nunez, who cruised around a defender and beat La Quinta goalie Christian Galicia for a 1-0 lead. The Blackhawks had plenty of scoring opportunities in the first half but failed to convert until tying it early in the second half. Brian Langner sent a booming shot from 20 yards out that deflected off a group of players in front of the net and past Baldwin Park goalkeeper Albert Torres to even the score at 1-1. It was the only serious mistake the Braves’ defense made until the deciding goal”I have four great defenders who know what to do,” Mira said. “It’s just that we’re a short team and the height was not to our advantage.” good protection for Torres, who finished with with 11 saves. Flores had multiple scoring opportunities at the end of the second half and into the overtime periods, and Salazar also had a breakaway opportunity with one minute remaining in the second overtime, but neither player finished. “We knew we had a good opportunity to score, we just missed,” Mira said. “We missed the opportunities we had and (La Quinta) scored that one.” That one goal wasn’t one of the better looks the Blackhawks got, but Nadler was not complaining. “That goal wasn’t a pretty goal, but it counted,” he said. , and Mira praised the defensive effort against a much bigger La Quinta squad. Mira cited senior Jerry Flores as one of the biggest defensive contributors. Flores, along with the rest of the Braves’ defense, provided email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2239 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “It’s a tough loss.” But the Braves (19-6-2) had more than just those three opportunities earlier in overtime. So did the Blackhawks, in fact. La Quinta (22-5-2) totaled 23 shots to Baldwin Park’s 15, and it seemed almost every one of those 38 shots had a chance to reach the back of the net. The Blackhawks even had two shots ring off the crossbar during the first half. “This could have gone either way,” La Quinta coach Gary Nadler said. “We shot back and forth, back and forth during stretches and Baldwin Park played wonderfully. They were tough.” The Braves got on the board first in the 18th minute on a beautifully executed play by junior Juan Carlos Nunez and senior Aaron Salazar. LA PUENTE – Through 120 grueling minutes of soccer, the Baldwin Park High School boys had plenty of opportunities to clinch a victory over La Quinta in Tuesday’s CIF-Southern Section Division IV semifinals at La Puente. But soccer is a game of inches, and unfortunately for the Braves, the Blackhawks were the first to find enough room to squeeze in the one goal needed for a berth in the division final. With the scored tied 1-1 since the opening minutes of the second half, Chris Alderete’s free kick found John Espejo, who knocked in the game-winning goal from right in front of the net with just seconds left in the fourth overtime period to lift La Quinta to a stunning 2-1 victory. “It’s tough knowing we had them in the first overtime,” Baldwin Park coach Ricardo Mira said. “We had three clear opportunities.
“There are now people that think they can have this energy transition in 10 years, well, be my guest. It’s impossible,” she said, noting the transition will take time.“It’s not only about energy transition, it’s also about an economic transition and it’s about a societal transition. You know, the biggest issue … is there will be new winners and new losers. That means if people feel they are being left behind, they will be protesting because they are not going to accept this.”This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 26, 2019.The Canadian PressAdvertisement CALGARY — The former executive director of the International Energy Agency says the biggest risk to Canada’s nascent LNG industry is that it will be “too late” to join in a massive LNG expansion surge sweeping the globe.Maria van der Hoeven, a retired Dutch politician and leader of the IEA from 2011 to 2015, says there’s time for Canada to compete in a field led by players from the Middle East, Australia, Russia and, increasingly, the United States.She says the question is whether Canada can overcome its unique regulatory hurdles to build projects and be ready to deliver liquefied natural gas as demand ramps up in Asian countries such as China, Korea and Japan.- Advertisement -Van der Hoeven says she’s impressed by the $40-billion LNG Canada project in Kitimat, the first major Canadian LNG export terminal under construction, because it shows the market exists for that production.But she adds it’s important that Canada have more than one LNG export terminal on the West Coast — where it has a geographical advantage over the U.S. because it is closer to Asia — and that it also export LNG from the East Coast so that it has access to the European market.Van der Hoeven says environmentalists who have attacked the use of natural gas to replace coal because it’s also a fossil fuel are being unrealistic if they think the world can wean itself off all fossil fuels in a decade or less.Advertisement
Fresh from playing a pivotal role in France’s World Cup success, the midfielder has started to deliver on his price tag this season — scoring four times so far and deputising as captain in the absence of Antonio Valencia.But Mourinho appears to have lost his patience with his high-profile star after Pogba urged United to attack more following a 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers at the weekend, implicitly criticising the cautious approach of his boss at a club famed for gung-ho football.According to The Times, Mourinho informed Pogba of his decision on the captaincy in front of his teammates on Tuesday, claiming the 25-year-old “doesn’t represent what a captain is and Manchester United is bigger than anyone”.“The only truth is I made the decision of Paul not to be the second captain anymore,” said Mourinho after Tuesday’s shock League Cup defeat against Derby County on penalties, for which Pogba was rested.Paul Pogba (centre), dressed in white, sits in the stands during the League Cup match between Manchester United and Derby County at Old Trafford © AFP / Paul ELLISThe Portuguese said there would be “no fall-out at all, no problem at all”.But it does not look that way to fans of United, watching on helplessly as their side falls further behind great rivals Liverpool and Manchester City in the Premier League.The often-abrasive Mourinho has a history of falling out with high-profile players.While at Real Madrid he demoted Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas to the anger of the club’s fans and at Chelsea he did not see eye-to-eye with Juan Mata, whom he now manages at Old Trafford.– Barcelona move? –It looks increasingly likely that Mourinho will be unable to repair his relationship with Pogba, and it seems to be more a question of who will be first to leave the club.The former United youth player may eventually get the move to Barcelona that was mooted in August, with the Daily Mail on Wednesday reporting he has already told Mourinho he wants to leave for Spain.That may seem a relatively simple solution but executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is reportedly desperate not to lose the biggest global star at the club.And despite Pogba’s griping and noise from his super agent, Mino Raiola, Mourinho will not necessarily be seen as the bad guy in the saga by United fans.Mourinho, who is again the favourite with one leading bookmaker to be the first Premier League manager sacked this season, said in his programme notes for Tuesday’s League Cup clash against second-tier Derby that “95 percent isn’t enough when others give 101 percent”.Whether or not that was a barb aimed at Pogba, sections of United’s fans have been intensely frustrated with the midfielder’s inconsistent performances for the club.Ironically, Pogba’s provocative remarks about United’s style came after Mourinho had held out an olive branch.Paul Pogba won the World Cup with France but has had a troubled relationship with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho © AFP/File / Odd ANDERSENThe United boss said Pogba’s success with France has given the midfielder an extra surge of energy.“I think good results, and good performances, they make miracles,” said Mourinho at his press conference on Friday before the Premier League match against Wolves.“And bad results and bad performances, they make you look more tired, more upset, more ugly, more everything.”Mourinho had reportedly angered Pogba last month when he implied Pogba played much better for France at the World Cup than he did for United last season as he was not surrounded by his entourage.The Manchester United manager cited the German philosopher Georg Hegel earlier this month and he may be mindful of one of his quotes when it comes to his relationship with Pogba.“We learn from history that we do not learn from history.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Is the relationship between Paul Pogba (left) and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho broken beyond repair? © AFP/File / Oli SCARFFLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 26 – Paul Pogba’s relationship with Jose Mourinho appears to be fractured beyond repair after the Manchester United boss said the French World Cup star would never captain the side again.Pogba, who returned to Manchester in 2016 for a then world-record fee of £89 million ($117 million) struggled towards the end of last season, left out of the starting line-up or substituted on a number of occasions.
A CO DONEGAL photographer is celebrating being named Irish Wedding Photographer of the Year.Paul Doherty, 23, said he was still ‘on cloud nine’ after picking up the prestigious award.And from some of his pictures here, you can see why! “We were delighted to have been nominated never mind winning it,” said Paul, whose dad also Paul is also a top photographer.“As the only photographer outside of the Dublin area that was nominated it makes it extra special for us to go on to win.“I would just like to thank everyone who has voted for us over the past few weeks and special thank you to the Couples who nominated us for this award, without them none of this would have been possible.”Paul, from Kilmacrennan, said it was definitely a team effort. He told us: “It’s not just me who won this as my Dad, also Paul Doherty and a Photographer, deserves a lot of the credit along with everyone else who has helped us over the past year.”The competition was run by www.realweddings.ie and it is an annual competition for Wedding Suppliers throughout Ireland. The suppliers are nominated by Couples who have recently got married and who ever receives the most nominations throughout the year go’s through to the voting stage, then it was up to the general public to vote for their favourite.See more on www.pauldoherty.ie. DONEGAL SNAPPER, JUST 23, NAMED IRISH WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR! was last modified: March 23rd, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:DONEGAL SNAPPERJUST 23NAMED IRISH WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR!
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant GM and Toyota first collaborated on hybrid vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells in 1999. In the beginning, there was even talk of giving Chevrolet a rebadged version of the Toyota Prius hybrid. The two companies extended that agreement in 2004 but dropped hybrid technology to concentrate on fuel cells. The latest agreement, which would have expired at the end of this month, will be extended to March 31, 2008. Fosgard said the companies will no longer collaborate on fuel cells because that technology is moving out of the research stage and into the more proprietary development stage. But both companies remain open to other research projects in mutually beneficial areas, he said. Collaborative efforts between automakers are rare but not unheard of in the fiercely competitive industry. Under a separate partnership, GM and Toyota run an auto plant together in Fremont, Calif., which was set up in 1984. The plant makes the Toyota Corolla, Toyota Tacoma and Pontiac Vibe. GM, DaimlerChrysler AG and BMW AG are cooperating on hybrid-vehicle systems, while GM, Ford Motor Co., DaimlerChrysler and Hyundai Motor Co. are part of a fuel cell project with the U.S. Department of Energy. DETROIT – General Motors Corp. and Toyota Motor Co., the world’s two largest automakers, said Thursday that they’re ending their work together on hydrogen fuel cells but will continue to collaborate on safety and energy research for the next two years. GM and Toyota will research vehicle-to-vehicle communication that can help prevent crashes and vehicle-tracking systems that can cut down on traffic congestion. They’ll also explore energy use from drilling to tailpipe emissions, GM spokesman Scott Fosgard said. “Collaborating, we could set the standards for this type of technology,” Fosgard said. A Toyota spokeswoman said the Japanese automaker had no immediate comment. Fosgard said the companies reached the agreement early Thursday. But the partnership between GM and Toyota is one of the most high profile because of the companies’ vast size. Together, they control more than a quarter of the worldwide auto market. The partnership also helps project good relations between the two automakers even as they battle it out in the marketplace. Tsuyoshi Mochimaru, auto analyst with Deutsche Securities in Tokyo, said recently that GM and Toyota should try to maintain the alliance if only for symbolic reasons. GM has been struggling with U.S. market share losses, largely due to Asian competition, and posted an $8.6 billion loss in 2005. The company has outlined a plan to cut 30,000 jobs and close 12 facilities in North America by 2008. Meanwhile, Toyota posted a $3.35 billion profit in the October-December quarter, its best ever, and it’s on track to make a record profit when its fiscal year ends March 31. Toyota still sells fewer vehicles than GM – 7.95 million in 2005, compared with GM’s 9.17 million – but could be on track to unseat GM as the world’s largest automaker in the next few years. GM shares fell 49 cents, or 2.5 percent, to close at $19.41 on the New York Stock Exchange. Toyota’s U.S. shares slipped 21 cents, to $106.83. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Letterkenny IT Fashion students Niamh Porter (Raphoe), Eimear Bradley (Cloghan) and Lauren Doyle (Buncrana) are taking part in the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards: Student Designer of the Year 2017. The talented designers will be learning of their fate in the competition this Thursday, 30 March.This is a highly regarded contest for fashion designers and students from fashion colleges throughout Ireland, showcasing the highest expression of creativity from the most innovative designers in Ireland. It is an opportunity to give young, up and coming designers an invaluable connection to the public.Niamh, Eimear and Lauren were asked to design and make a contemporary dress or suit for the modern multi-tasking woman whose busy life requires a wardrobe that works through the day and beyond. Obviously they impressed the judges and are now going to be profiled with all other finalists in the GALWAYnow magazine and receive radio and television press coverage. One overall winner will be selected by the judging panel on the night of the event. The winner will be chosen by secret ballot and will be announced at the Fashion Innovation Awards ceremony in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway.Designers will be judged on innovation, design integrity and choice of materials. Lauren Doyle, one of the finalists, outlined “I’m thrilled to see my work on the catwalk, we have had such an exciting year so far, but to see my designs come alive on the catwalk will be the highlight!”The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Fashion with Promotion (LY447) is currently only in its second year of being taught at LYIT but already they are seeing the fruits of how valuable the skills and expertise of its future graduates will be. The intention of the course is to prepare students for employment or to exist as a designer.Since September the second year students on the course have designed for O’Neill’s Sportswear in Strabane. They visited London in January to source fabrics and broaden their perspective as designers – to understand how their work would sit with established designers. They will also be exhibiting their work as a catwalk show with ‘Trash’N Fashion’ in May 2017. Sharon Maxwell, LYIT Fashion Lecturer, outlined, “Already our highly creative and talented students are making waves in the fashion world, nationally and internationally! Two of our students had their work shortlisted in December for ‘Threadless.com’ – Chicago’s famous t-shirt printing site.“The BA in Fashion with Promotion degree is a unique course that addresses the skills required to succeed in today’s fashion design industry, which has drastically evolved over the last ten years. Students learn about the traditional skills of pattern cutting and garment making alongside illustration, photography, film, marketing, graphics, sourcing, social media promotion, e-commerce and the business of fashion – it’s the only course of its kind!”.Best of luck to all involved in the final! For those considering a career in fashion, why not check out the BA in Fashion with Promotion online at www.lyit.ie/full-timecourses/designcreativemedia/ly447.LYIT students go fashion forward in major awards was last modified: March 16th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:FashionLetterkenny Institute of TechnologyLYIT
Last season the forward led the line for Sam Allardyce’s side, finishing with a respectable five goals in 14 matches. However, he has since lost his place to the more explosive Richarlison and does not appear to suit the quicker style of the Toffees under Marco Silva this campaign. no dice 20 Ben Hamer – Huddersfield 20 Wilshere swapped Arsenal for West Ham in the hopes of changing his fortune, but the midfielder was again struck down with injury. He required ankle surgery and will be hoping to force his way back into the Hammers side ahead of the festive period. 20 20 Chris Hughton broke the club’s transfer record to bring the forward to the Amex in a £17m summer deal having impressed at previous club AZ Alkmaar where he won the Golden Boot with 21 goals. In 10 Premier League matches he has yet to score or record an assist. Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move 20 Andreas Christensen – Chelsea Mousa Dembele – Tottenham 20 Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Excellent in the second half of last season, things have not quite worked out for the Brazilian who has failed to create a single chance this season. Kenedy also missed a last minute penalty against Cardiff in August. 20 Shane Long – Southampton Arriving with a big reputation from Schalke, Palace fans are still waiting to see the best from their diminutive midfielder. Meyer has shown flashes of his quality, but it has not been enough as Wilfried Zaha continues to carry the burden of creativity. Max Meyer – Crystal Palace Jordon Ibe – Bournemouth Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? ADVICE The form of Sergio Aguero has kept Jesus on the bench for much of this season. He has also struggled to regain his form from their title-winning campaign and has scored just one league goal – in the 6-1 thrashing of Huddersfield. Things are looking up, though, with his hat-trick in the 6-0 hammering of Shakhtar. Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Kenedy – Newcastle United huge blow 20 Yes, yes, he is only 18 and incredibly talented, but after dominating every opposition full-back in the Championship last season, he has found life at the top isn’t quite as easy. Fulham’s struggles have highlighted the need for Sessegnon to rediscover his best form. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Wes Morgan – Leicester 20 REVEALED Abdoulaye Doucouré – Watford 20 Goals continue to elude the Saints forward – five in the past three seasons tells it’s own story. Europa League qualification last season has come at a price in 2018/19, as the Clarets languish in the bottom half with just two wins. A solitary goal from Wood has done little to ease the struggles at Turf Moor. 20 Yes, it seems harsh to include a man who is yet to feature in the league, but it sums up the Dane’s fall from grace who was a permanent fixture for the Blues under Antonio Conte. Shaky performances in the cup competitions this season will do little to change current boss Maurizio Sarri’s mind. Alexis Sanchez – Manchester United REPLY Cenk Tosun – Everton Popular Football News BEST OF 20 REVEALED Joel Matip – Liverpool It would be unfair to pin all of the Gunners’ defensive frailties on the Greece international, but he looks distinctly average and a lack of athleticism was exposed in the early season defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea. 20 It has been a difficult season for the defender under Jurgen Klopp. Having started just one league match, Matip has been unable to break up the Virgil van Dijk/Joe Gomez partnership and is apparently wanted by Claudio Ranieri at Fulham. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Signed to provide competition for Jonas Lossl, Hamer begun the season as the Terriers’ no.1, but after conceding nine goals in three matches, including six against Manchester City, he was dropped from the side. RANKED He simply has been nowhere near as good as he was last season considering he took home both the Fans’ and Player’s Player of the Year award at Watford’s end of season bash. Ryan Sessegnon – Fulham The Moroccan international has found opportunities hard to come by for the newly-promoted Wolves this season. He joined in 2016 and both his appearances have come from the bench, though it can’t be easy when you’re battling Joao Moutinho for a place. Junior Hoilett – Cardiff Romain Saiss – Wolves Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Those barnstorming runs and powerful midfield displays appear to be a thing of the past for the Belgian, who has been inconsistent this season. 20 Gabriel Jesus – Manchester City 20 MONEY Alireza Jahanbakhsh – Brighton Every club has someone the fans take their frustrations out on, don’t they?Here, talkSPORT.com looks at each side’s most underwhelming player – the one who bears the brunt of most complaints.It’s not that these players have flopped – they’ve just been below par.We are only 12 games into the Premier League season, though, so maybe some of them take time to get going…Sokratis Papastathopoulos – Arsenal 20 Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 20 A difficult debut season in the Premier League was to be expected for Neil Warnock’s side and, while they have won two of their last four matches, the former Blackburn forward, who has no goals this campaign, is simply not the answer in their quest for survival. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Chris Wood – Burnley A talented, yet frustrating player, Ibe has struggled for consistency since his move from Liverpool to the south coast in 2016. Now a fixture on the Bournemouth bench, Ibe has stared one league match this season – a 2-1 defeat at Newcastle. A mainstay in the heart of the Leicester defence, Morgan has not been bad, it is just he has not looked anywhere like the dominating leader who helped Leicester win the league two years ago. 20 Expected to kick on after a difficult debut season at Old Trafford, the former Arsenal star looks a shadow of himself and appears to be on borrowed time under Jose Mourinho. 20 Jack Wilshere – West Ham shining 20
The Donegal public might be up in arms about losing their Garda stations.But the cutbacks mean that not even multi-millionaire singers like Enya can be guaranteed protection by the boys in blue.Enya’s local Garda station in Dalkey will be closed for good in the New Year. The Orinocco Flow star has had a number of close shaves with fanatical fans at her castle in the posh south Dublin suburb.In 2009 a fan stalked her outside her home and before that in 2005, she had to hide in a panic room after another fan broke into her home.On another occasion a fanatical fan stabbed himself outside her father Leo’s bar outside Crolly. ENYA’S FEAR FOR HER SAFETY AS LOCAL GARDA STATION CLOSES was last modified: December 9th, 2011 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:Dalkey Garda stationEnya
A most enjoyable night Friday as the youngsters of Finn Valley AC danced their way to the echo in the Villa Rose ,9 couples all of whom had worked extremely hard in the months prior to perform to best effect under teacher Marian Shields.A full house enjoyed the evening parents, grandparents, family members and supporters with master of ceremonies Mark Connolly bringing the assembled crowd through in a professional manner.Ann Marie Mc Geehan was proud as punch at a programme done and dusted after all her tireless work helped by parents. The final dance off now goes down on Dec 27th at the same venue with winners from the Sean Mac Cumhaills and Cappry Rovers junior Strictly evenings.On this night all were winners and a credit to the club and their families.Congratulations to all who took part – and all those who worked to make it happen. PICTURE SPECIAL: FINN VALLEY AC’S JUNIOR STRICTLY COME DANCING was last modified: December 2nd, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:PICTURE SPECIAL: FINN VALLEY AC’S JUNIOR STRICTLY COME DANCING