And the Tigers defensive unit, led by coordinator Ivan Hampton, has allowed just 57 points this season, which isn’t too bad either.The last two seasons Gateway has had McKeesport’s number, with the Gators winning 17-6 in ’07 and 31-27 last season, in a game that came down to a controversial call in the end.Coach Terry Smith heard the McKeesport talk of a payback and knew it would serve as a tremendous motivating force. These two teams have as much love for each other as Whoopi Goldberg has for Sarah Palin.“This is a rivalry game for us,” said Smith. “We want to beat McKeesport just as bad as they want to beat us. We prepared for two weeks for this game..In front of a capacity senior night crowd, Gateway beat McKeesport 35-14 at Weigle/Schaeffer Memorial Stadium.Early on, the game lived up to its billing. Gateway got on the board after capitalizing on a fumbled McKeesport punt. Orne Bey, who is related to Major Harris, scored from three years out, and the Gators led, 7-0. McKeesport immediately countered. Set up by a long kickoff return to the Gateway 38, the Tigers took six plays to find paydirt.Ty-Meer Brown quickly answered critics who claimed he was too one-dimensional and too dependent on his rushing ability. He hit Sam Gooden with a beautiful 20-yard touchdown pass and the score was tied.The defenses reigned supreme for much of the half after those initial scores, until Gateway started a drive from its own 7-yard line with 5:53 left in the first half. Then, the complexion of the game changed.Gateway took the ball 93 yards in 18 plays, and ran 5:38 of game clock while accumulating six first downs. Quarterback Rob Kalkstein capped the drive with a one-yard plunge with 15 seconds left in the half, and Gateway held a 14-7 lead.In the third quarter the Tigers must have developed a case of sleep apnea.The McKeesport defense allowed Bey to do his best Major Harris impersonation as he found a crease along the sideline and out sprinted the defenders for an apparent 80-yard touchdown. The play was called back because of a holding penalty.But while a handful of crusty ol’ referees took away his efforts, Bey’s hard work and dedication didn’t go unnoticed. He led all rushers with over 108 yards.Gateway pushed the margin to 21-7 when Brendon Felder, the North Carolina recruit, darted in from 10 yards out with 2:15 left in the third quarter.Kalkstein scored on a 13-yard run, and Gateway pushed the lead to 28-7.McKeesport fumbled the ensuing kickoff attempt and Gateway recovered. When Gateway sees McKeesport Tiger Red the Gators seem to turn into a group of charging bulls. Kalkstein hit a streaking Felder on a 35-yard record setting bomb down the visiting sideline to cap the Gators’ scoring.Kalkstein’s touchdown pass was the 64th of his career and he is the first WPIAL quarterback to throw 64 or more touchdown passes in his career. He is now tied for 13th place in state history with Forest Hills’ Brandon Bailey and Mount Carmel’s Marcus Wasilewski.Kalkstein’s also moved into fifth place on the WPIAL’s all-time passing yardage list with 5,800. Moving past West Allegheny’s Tyler Palko, Penn Hills’ Anthony Morelli and Seton-La Salle’s and Pitt star Bill Stull.A four-year starter, Kalkstein, whose nickname is the “Doctor,” is more surgeon than slinger, a ruthlessly efficient quarterback.“He’s our franchise,” said coach Terry Smith. “This is his team and this is a very talented football team. We have had 16 different players score touchdowns for us this season.”Gateway was “on-call” all night, rolling up 415 yards of offense and 24 first downs. The Gators ran for 231 yards and Kalkstein threw for another 184 on a 16-of-26 night.Darien Robinson, the Tigers’ leading rusher with more than 1,200 yards, was held to 58 yards on 14 carries. He capped the game’s scoring with a two-yard run with 4:08 left in the game. Brown completed 6-of-9 passes for 87 yards with a touchdown and an interception.Gateway seems to be the only team that has the blueprint for stopping McKeesport’s flexbone offense. “Every team has the same blue-print to stop the option,” said Smith. “But you to have the right builders. At Gateway we have the right builders.”“We we’re ready for this game and my son and some of the other seniors are taking it hard,” said Tim Brown, Ty-Meer’s fathers and a former WVU star. “We believe that we’ll see them again at Heinz Field.”In three of the last four years, the winner of McKeesport-Gateway has gone on to at least the WPIAL championship; in 2005, McKeesport went on to win the PIAA Quad-A championship.Gateway finished 9-0 overall and unbeaten in conference play for the third consecutive year and once more, Gateway is the alpha of the WPIAL. To win the war, it’s often said you have to win the battles and have a take-no-prisoners approach.Smith got a plan and he intends to implement it with ferocious dedication as he has in everything he’s done in his career up till now. It is that Holy Grail-like pursuit of the WPIAL title.If Gateway and McKeesport meet again in the WPIAL championship game, Smith’s players will be the one’s wearing their tool belts. NO REST—Gateway’s head coach Terry Smith congratulates his payers and staff on a great game against McKeesport. They now must prepare for the playoffs. The WPIAL couldn’t have scripted it better: Halloween weekend, the cage of Tiger Stadium, crisp fall temperatures and No. 1 Gateway versus No. 2 McKeesport in arguably the state’s biggest game of the season. How many times have you heard that the Quad-A is the king of all WPIAL football? A thousand times? Well, make it 1,001.The undefeated Gators, who entered the game having outscored their opponents 383-52 in eight games this season, have broken the 50-point barrier three times and scored 76 points in a week 8 victory over Connellsville.
*Sources revealed Adrian Peterson is struggling to realize the extreme seriousness of his situation. He thinks he has a chance at playing in the NFL this year.But with two reports of child-abuse, he was cut from the Minnesota Vikings. He was accused of beating his four-year-old with switch.Peterson did not deny his involvement with the case, but he said he’s a firm believer in stern punishment. Nevertheless, he’s not a child abuser.NFL sources confirmed Peterson’s chances at playing in the NFL this year is dismal and his future with the sport is uncertain at best.ESPN reported Peterson tweeted Friday he passed a lie detector test —which, according to multiple sources, proves that he really doesn’t get the trouble he’s in.The team has no plans of activating Peterson for the year and are not involving him in any future plans. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said child abuse was a violation in which the the league would severely punish.Read more at http://www.eurweb.com/2014/09/adrian-peterson-thinks-hell-play-again-for-the-minnesota-vikings/#VRILaBFTOcrMBz3I.99
Facebook28Tweet0Pin0By: Jasmine (High School Intern)They aren’t the stars of the basketball team. They aren’t on the honor roll. Yet, they exhibit the true heart and spirit of River Ridge. Everyday, they are eager to learn, achieve and expand their horizons. These students belong to the Special Ed program.“Being Special Ed is different then what everyone thinks, we are all equal,” Marissa Gutierrez, a senior at River Ridge said. Life Skills is a program offered at River Ridge to kids with learning disabilities, and other handicaps. “The students see someone with disabilities, and they get shy or maybe uncomfortable, but once you get to know them, they are great students,” said her teacher Mrs. Glover.They help keep the campus clean by volunteering to pick up trash, which most of them enjoy doing, such as Marissa Gutierrez and Justin Zahn. They also volunteer in the student store at lunch time and during CORE/Flex, which is a program that River Ridge uses to reward students with good grades; students with F’s are sent to a CORE class to do school work to improve their grades, whereas Flex is considered the reward with thirty minutes of free time. Many of these students use this time to pick up the trash within the school campus.“Their hard work and contribution to this school often go unnoticed to the average hawk eye, when really they are the heroes of our school,” said Sarah Jane Bracy, a student who attends River Ridge and has spoken with these students often. She was inspired by their hard work and dedication to the bettering of her high school.“I like helping out a lot because it’s my last year here,” said Gutierrez.Many of the students help others with tasks such as getting them lunch, or helping them to their next class. They enjoy taking trips to places like the farmers market, a Healings Heart Ranch, and many other places. These places give the class different ideas and ways they can help out River Ridge as well as give them a rewarding outing. Not only are they learning to give to the school, they are learning to give to the community.“Their willingness to help is inspirational,” Diana Soto, another student, said.The students also enjoy being a part of the main student body. Most of the Special Ed students are enrolled in regular classes to be with the rest of the student body. They have made a lot of lasting relationships with their fellow students.“Justin has swimming with me, and he is a lot of fun. We call him the ‘diving man’ because he does them every day off the board,” said Nate who has swimming class with one of the students in the Special Ed class.From all of the Hawks here at River Ridge, we thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to make this school a better place.
Submitted by Lt. Governor Brad OwenAspire, serigraph; ink on cotton by Peter BoomeA display of Coast Salish hand-carved objects, serigraphs and painted canvases by University Place artist Peter Boome is currently on display in the office of Lt. Governor Brad Owen.A native of McCleary, Boome is an Upper Skagit Tribal artist specializing in Coast Salish art. Peter earned his AA from Northwest Indian College, his bachelor’s degree from the Evergreen State College and a doctorate in law from the University of Washington. He is currently finishing his Masters of Environmental Studies at Evergreen State College. His work has won numerous awards and is collected internationally.Boome’s work reflects the culture and experiences of indigenous peoples of the northwest coast with a specific emphasis on the environment and human relationship with the natural world. He currently resides in University Place with his wife Lois and their children.Peter Boome retells his motivation for his work, Aspire, featuring a raven who steals the sun and returns it to the sky.“I created this design for the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis as part of a fund-raiser. I happened to be preparing to graduate from law school at the time and was doing some serious self-reflection. An unfortunate truth of being an Indian and growing up on a reservation is there are not many positive expectations placed on me. Be that as it may I was preparing to graduate from law school despite societal expectations or the lack thereof. I started thinking of the famous story of the raven and the sun.Kindred Spirits, serigraph; ink on cotton by Peter BoomeThe story basically states that the raven stole the sun and returned it to the sky. I couldn’t help but admire the audacity of the raven. Why did he think he could do what he did? Why did he put himself in a position to be criticized, mocked, or even killed if he were to fail?As I thought about that story I realized that I had surpassed any expectations that had been placed on me as a youth. I had a successful career as an artist having shown around the country and being internationally collected. I was also about to experience academic success well beyond my own wildest expectations. I realized one the main reasons for my personal success was my willingness to ignore social expectations and simply have the audacity to have goals and pursue them.It is amazing what we can accomplish when we simply put our heads down and work, when we have a goal and decide to go for it, even if we don’t have a road map to success, we can figure it out and make it happen. This piece is called “aspire” because when we aspire to succeed we will.”Ten of Boome’s works of art and four hand-carved objects are featured in the lobby of the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Please stop by and visit or check out our brochure. Our doors are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays on the second floor of the Legislative Building in Olympia. Facebook104Tweet0Pin0
Submitted by The Port of OlympiaThe Thurston County Fair is better than ever with fabulous food, dizzying rides, Olde Tyme games, arts and crafts, model railroads and kids showing their animals and hoping to qualify for state. Experience it July 29 through August 2.Port of Olympia is proud to again be a partner in the Fair. Stop by the Port booth to receive a souvenir and information.The Live & Local Concert Series is a chance to see hot local bands every night. The concerts are free with Fair admission.Taste locally crafted beer, wine and cider at the 3rd annual Savor South Sound, July 31 and August 1 from 5 to 10 p.m. This year the Nisqually Tribe will also be serving freshly caught salmon as part of a custom menu.Admission hours are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. Daily parking is $5.Fair tickets can be purchased in advance at a discount or at the gate. Ticket specials include: · One-Buck Wednesday, July 29: Admission is $1.00 with a non-perishable donation for the Thurston County Food Bank.· Kid’s Day, July 30: Kids 14 and under pay only $2 admission.· Military Appreciation Day, July 31: Show military ID and pay only $2.Arm bands for Carnival rides are good Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Arm bands can be purchased in three ways:· Purchase by Tuesday, July 28, at the Fair office – $19.· Bring a buddy at time of purchase on Buddy Day, July 30, to buy one Arm Band and get the second one for free – $24 total.· Purchase at the Carnival during Fair Week – $24.For more information: http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/fair/ Facebook0Tweet0Pin0
Facebook3Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s University Trick-or-treaters from the South Sound Area are invited to don their Halloween apparel and come to the University, 5000 Abbey Way, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 29 for Community Halloween, a celebration with Saint Martin’s students.Community Halloween, formerly called “Halloween in the Halls,” is planned by the University’s students and is an annual celebration. The rumpus begins in Charneski Recreation Center on campus, where children and their families can join in the games and crafts. An event photographer will be on hand to take free photos. Everyone also is invited to be spirited away to the spooktacularly decorated residence halls nearby for trick-or-treating. The event is recommended for children 13 and under.Saint Martin’s students plan the event, formerly Halloween in the Halls, for children 13 and under. Photo courtesy: Saint Martin’s University.“Our students love to hand out treats as trick-or-treaters come by their rooms,” says Heather Nicole Saladino, residence director. “This is a great way to celebrate Halloween with local families – it’s warm, it’s dry and it’s fun!” In an effort to create a more inclusive event, Saint Martin’s is participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project, a movement by the organization Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), Saladino said.“FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project helps make sure all children will come home on Halloween night with something they can enjoy. It just takes one simple act: offering non-food treats, such as glow sticks or small toys, as an alternative to candy,” said Saladino. “Last year, households from all 50 states and 14 countries participated. This is a worldwide movement to create a safer, happier Halloween for all trick-or-treaters.” She said information about the project can be found at http://www.foodallergy.org/teal-pumpkin-project/about#.V-mvNMk_Od4. Saladino says the first 200 kids to arrive at Community Halloween will receive a free, reusable, Halloween bag. Costumes are strongly encouraged to amp up the fun!For more information about Community Halloween, contact Saladino at 360-486-8875.
Saint Martin’s University is an independent, four-year, coeducational university located on a wooded campus of more than 300 acres in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895 by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one of 13 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky Mountains. Saint Martin’s University prepares students for successful lives through its 29 majors and 11 graduate programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education, nursing and engineering. Saint Martin’s welcomes more than 1,300 undergraduate students and 250 graduate students from many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its Lacey campus, and more students to its extended campus located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Visit the Saint Martin’s University website at www.stmartin.edu. Facebook7Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityTen incoming Saint Martin’s University first-year students have been selected to serve as the eighth cohort of Benedictine Scholars. The University’s Benedictine Scholars Program started in the fall of 2012 with the mission to promote a deeper understanding of the Catholic, Benedictine values and heritage that define the University. The Benedictine Scholars serve as ambassadors for the core values of the institution—faith, reason, service and community—both within the University and in the wider world.Benedictine Scholars serve their communities, meet in small groups and work on a project of their cohort’s own choosing. Projects completed by recent Benedictine Scholars cohorts have included the restoration and re-installation of the Stations of the Cross throughout the Saint Martin’s campus, the creation of a large Saint Martin’s-themed mural, assisting with hosting service opportunities for students and preserving historical documents for the monastic community.Through the program’s service-learning component, the Benedictine Scholars will engage in 60 hours of service in the wider community, integrate the service experience into academic exploration in special courses and reflect on the experience with their Scholar community. Scholars also volunteer for Saint Martin’s events such as Open Houses, the Gala and Commencement.Floraliza Bornasal, Ph.D., faculty advisor for the Benedictine Scholars program, said, “I’m excited to welcome the newest cohort of Benedictine Scholars to Saint Martin’s University. Scholars embody our Benedictine values through their leadership in various avenues on campus, service to their communities and dedication to knowledge through active engagement in their academics. I look forward to seeing how this newest cohort will continue our tradition of hospitality, justice, listening, dignity of work, stewardship, stability and other important Benedictine values as they pursue their education at Saint Martin’s.”Colleen Dunne, M.Div., who will be the new director of campus ministry starting this summer, will be the staff advisor for the Benedictine Scholars program.Faculty and staff members representing numerous departments throughout the University evaluated more than 195 candidates for the Benedictine Scholars program. Those selected are typically students whose academic records are matched by their leadership experiences, their contributions to the life of their school or faith communities and their service to individuals and groups. Each scholar selected for the honor receives $29,000 to $30,000 in total scholarship support per year, renewable for four years of study.The eighth cohort of Benedictine Scholars are:Franny Ugochi Anunobi, Bellevue, who is graduating from Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, and will major in mechanical engineeringByron Blas, Hagåtña, Guam, who will graduate from Father Duenas Memorial High School and will major in historyTatiana Crichton, Spanaway, who is set to graduate from Bethel High School and will major in elementary educationMax Kendall, Renton, who will graduate from Kentridge Senior High School and will major in business administrationSoukita Keopanapay, Pullman, who is set to graduate from Pullman High School and will major in business administrationBrooklyn LaPointe, Porcupine, South Dakota, who is graduating from Chemawa Indian School and will major in biologyKailye Okada, Kailua, Hawaii, who will graduate from Maui High School and will major in nursingJavy Warrior Ramirez, Bainbridge Island, who is graduating from Bainbridge High School and will major in mechanical engineeringCheyenne Yap, Haiku, Hawaii, who will graduate from Kamehameha Schools Maui and will major in educational studiesJake Yoshida, Honolulu, Hawaii, who is set to graduate from Maryknoll High School and will major in pre-dental studies
Image Courtesy: Dainik Bhaskar/Rajasthan RoyalsAdvertisement 2nmzrlNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vslml3Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eh83286( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2i6abWould you ever consider trying this?😱c32pg2Can your students do this? 🌚csgfjiRoller skating! Powered by Firework The 2020 Indian Premier League season is imminent, but Rajasthan Royals have dropped a bombshell just before the 13th edition of the blockbuster cricket tournament. The Jaipur based franchise have openly stated on a shift of their home city to Guwahati, and even made an appeal to the court against facing ‘continuous harassment’ in their home ground.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Dainik Bhaskar/Rajasthan RoyalsRajasthan Royals are one of the initially founded Indian Premiere League franchises. Established in 2008, the cricket team lifted the first IPL tournament trophy in the same year, under the Aussie legend Shane Warne as their player-manager, who remained with the club for the first four seasons till 2011.On 30th January, the franchise submitted a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) at the Rajasthan High Court in Jaipur, over an appeal of shifting their home ground to Guwahati from the Sawai Mansingh Stadium.Advertisement In a recent interview with Times of India on Saturday, the club representatives revealed the reason behind the decision of a shift of home venue, and revealed that their time in the capital of Rajasthan have been troublesome.“Be it the state’s sports council, under whose aegis the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) falls, the state machinery catering to law and order, the former officers of the itself and political bigwigs in the state… they’ve all collectively given Rajasthan Royals nothing but trouble over the years. Plain harassment, that’s what we’ve suffered,” the official said in the interview.Advertisement Established in 1969, the Sawai Mansingh Stadium had undergone a major rebuild starting in 2006. With a present capacity of 30000, the stadium hosted all IPL home matches for Rajasthan Royals until last year. However, the franchise officials are not happy about its maintenance work under RCA.The club representative continued: “Look at the stadium. It’s in such a bad state. The newly-elected body in RCA has just come in and they’ll need time even if they’re looking to correct things. The place has been a mess for quite some time now. Over the years, the RCA has failed to come up with good infrastructure anywhere outside of Jaipur.”The Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati has not yet been officially revealed as an IPL venue, but RR is eyeing the ground, as there were appraisals from the club officials. They also mentioned the presence of the franchise’s loyal supporters- the Marwari community in the city will be a plus point. “It’s a lovely ground. Some of our leading players visited there and praised the venue. There’s a strong Marwari presence in the northeast and we feel welcome there. That’s why we put in a request.” the official added.Also read-Rajasthan Royals troll R Ashwin about ‘Mankading’ again but the spinner doesn’t rise to the bait Advertisement
Image Courtesy: Rediff/TOIAdvertisement bodq3NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs5uWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eiq( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 870w3Would you ever consider trying this?😱9xkCan your students do this? 🌚64zRoller skating! Powered by Firework The COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has taken a massive blown at the world of sports. Several major fixtures, events and leagues have seen postponement and cancellation, and many sportspersons, players, coaches and officials are under isolation or quarantine, or in a general leisure away from the field. However, not in the case of Harendra Singh. India’s field hockey coach and former international player is not resting. From guiding the players on the field, Singh is now performing the managerial role at terminal 3 of Delhi Airport, as General Manager (Commercial), Air India.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Rediff/TOIHowever, some staunch difference is there. This time, Singh doesn’t have a team of professional hockey players to guide against an opposition team from another country. He has a crowd of Indians returning from abroad, all panic-stricken, fearing for their safety, taking the battle against a virus that has spread its wings across the globe, slowly taking away lives, over 10000 to be exact as of now.However, the former head coach of India’s men’s, women’s and junior field hockey teams has remained unperturbed in his duty. Harendra Singh’s experience from the Indian dugout is clearly working in his favour in the time of woes.Advertisement “The country needs you at this time, just like a soldier or a sportsperson,” a confident Singh spoke to Times of India.“Over the past few days, I and my entire team have even worked for 72 hours non-stop. To save our country, not a single corona-infected patient should enter India. This is our duty,” the former Team India halfback told the reporters.Advertisement The fighting spirit that earned his team a silver medal at the 1990 Asian Games, Singh is positive on the same feeling that is working at the national capital as they are tacking the fight against the contamination of the virus.Singh continued: “We wear masks, suits and use hand sanitises. But I would admit that sometimes you need to summon extra courage to face this situation. Be it a helper, handyman or top management, that fighting spirit is on display here.”The 43 times capped international guided the Junior team to victory at the 2016 Men’s Hockey Junior World Cup. A year later, Singh took on the role of the gaffer of the Women’s team, that clinched gold at the 2017 Women’s Hockey Asia Cup. The Men’s team, under his coaching, went onto win silver at the 2018 Men’s Hockey Champions Trophy, before he was sacked in 2019.Even after a year gap from managing a team of professionals, a confident Harendra Singh in a decontamination suit is what the Delhi airport is relying on.Also read-Will India take part in Tokyo 2020 Olympics if it happens?Read why Dale Steyn wants to be in quarantine with teammate Quinton de Kock! Advertisement
Image Courtesy: GettyAdvertisement sfNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsniWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eq1e( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) hjmx9Would you ever consider trying this?😱cft14kCan your students do this? 🌚kpu0jRoller skating! Powered by Firework The novel Coronavirus pandemic has dealt a huge blow at the sport of football. Several countries have seen their major leagues and tournaments meet with cancellation or postponement, and especially in England, where all Premier League, EFL Championships and other league fixtures have been suspended until April. With over 9500 positive cases in UK and 465 deaths, the country has been under lock down, and people are into self-isolation, including players, managers and staffs. However, José Mourinho has gone one step ahead with a heartwarming gesture, as the Tottenham gaffer is seen delivering essential commodities to the elderly and vulnerable.Advertisement Image Courtesy: GettyOn Tuesday, the official Twitter handle of ESPN FC shared a clip where Mourinho is seen packing food and other necessary items for the elderly, who are vulnerable to the virus and cannot afford to go out into the streets.The ‘Chosen One’s virtuous deed in his time off from the Spurs dugout has been widely praised by the netizens and supporters alike.Advertisement “I am here to help Age UK Enfield, Love Your DoorStep Enfield and of course you can donate food, money or be a volunteer,” the 57 year old said in the video, as he is using his leisure time to provide service to the society.Check out the clip below-Advertisement “It is a difficult time for everyone right now, particularly among the elderly, so I want to offer my assistance in any way I can,” the Spurs gaffer added.Mourinho has teamed up with ‘Love Your DoorStep’ and ‘Age UK Enfield’, two independent charitable foundations based in Enfield, London.Age UK this week launched an emergency fund of £10 million to help the victims of the virus outbreak in the country.Tottenham’s fan account TranSPURS also shared two photos where the Portuguese is seen on the road, helping out the volunteers of Age UK to deliver the commodities to the elderly. Spurs’s last league match was the 2-1 loss against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. They are currently eighth in the league table, with 41 points from 29 matches.With all Premier League matches postponed until the end of April, Tottenham’s next face off is against Newcastle United on 2nd May at St. James’ Park.Also read-Football helps out: Players and teams who have done charity to aid the Coronavirus crisisDada’s classy gesture towards the poor as India is locked down due to Coronavirus Advertisement