One group gets funding in latest round of gaming grants

first_imgOne more group in Fort St. John has received gaming grants from the Province.The Fort St. John Inconnu Swim Club has received $8,300 in the latest round of gaming grant announcements. With the latest announcement, the club will now get a total of $28,133 this year.In June of this year MLA Pat Pimm announced gaming grants totaling more than $244,000 for groups in Fort St. John, but admitted some groups who applied this year won’t receive funding.- Advertisement -With the grants announced Saturday, the province provided funding for programs for youth and people with a disability.In total, the latest round of funding supported 457 groups in the province with approximately $9.2 million.Click here to see our previous story on gaming grants in 2010/2011 Advertisementlast_img read more

Solskjaer sweating over injured stars

first_imgSince then they have drawn 1-1 with both Wolves and Southampton and lost to Crystal Palace, to leave them sitting eighth in the Premier League standings and in need of a win against Brendan Rodgers’ men.Under normal circumstances and with a full squad available it would not be easy as the Foxes are a strong looking side this season with hopes of breaking into the top six.But it will be even harder if the latest reports of an injury crisis at Old Trafford turn out to be correct.According to the Mirror, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Paul Pogba, Luke Shaw, Jesse Lingard and Antony Martial are all struggling ahead of the game and will be a big concern for Solskjaer.Wan-Bissaka has impressed since arriving from Crystal Palace but has been stopped in his tracks after picking up a back problem that forced him to pull out of the England squad.England team-mate Lingard has been struck down by sickness and has missed both the games against Bulgaria and Kosovo, while Luke Shaw has a hamstring issue.Influential midfielder Pogba is also a concern after he was forced to withdraw from the France squad with an ankle injury.Just to make matters worse, Martial may not recover in time after picking up a knock that kept him out of the draw with Southampton.Solskjaer will now be keeping his fingers crossed for some good news in the lead up to the game against a Foxes side that are unbeaten and will fancy their chances of getting a positive result at the weekend.0Shares0000(Visited 44 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000United boss Solskjaer sweating over injured starsLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 11 – Manchester United could be forced to field a weakened squad for the crunch clash with Leicester City, with several key players currently nursing injuries.United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is already feeling the heat following an underwhelming start to the season which began with a 4-0 win over Chelsea.last_img read more