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Four teams record opening-round victories

first_imgTHE 2019 Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) first division season finally got underway after a long four-month rainy season with the Board hosting the opening round of the 50-Overs first division tournament.Eleven teams participated in the tournament which is being sponsored by Ansa McAl under its STAG Beer brand.The Port Mourant and Albion Community Centre match was postponed at the request of the former team while Tucber Park drew the bye. Rose Hall Town Thunderbolt Flour (RHTTF), Upper Corentyne, Blairmont Community Centre and Young Warriors recorded victories to start the season on a high.Zone B: RHTTF defeated Rose Hall Canje by 47 runs at the Canje ground with a fair-size crowd in attendance.Batting first after winning the toss, RHTTF made 233 all out in 47 overs with Sylus Tyndall 36, Kevin Sinclair 33, Junior Sinclair 30, Jason Sinclair 25 and captain Eon Hooper 25 being the principal scorers. West Indies Under-15 pacer Isaiah Thorne bowled well to claim his maiden five-wicket haul, 5 for 44, while R. Vankenic took 2 for 35.Rose Hall Canje, in reply, were bowled out for 186 in 44.2 overs with L. Davis 34, J. Henry 21, B. Ramsarran 24 and Ameer Rahaman all batting well. Former senior national Eon Hooper 3 for 33 and national Under-19 Junior Sinclair 3 for 35 bowled well for RHTTF.West Berbice lost to Blairmont Community Centre by 4 wickets at the Bush Lot ground.West Berbice 156 all out in 36.5 overs with Carlton Nurse 32. Adrian Dutchin 25 being the leading scorers. . National Youth player Nigel Deodat 5 for 30 and off-spinner Shabeer Baksh 2 for 28 were the best bowlers for Blairmont.Needing to score at just above three runs per over to register an opening victory, Blairmont Community Centre cruised to 160 for 6 from 33.3 overs. Former national Youth player Javed Karim batted well to top-score with 51 and received support from Marvin Prashad 30 and Seon Glasgow 15 not out.Young Warriors Cricket Club arrested Police Sports Club by 140 runs at the Cumberland ground.  Young Warriors CC 230 all out in 34.5 overs.  Linden Austin 55, Trevlon Stanislaus 33, Kassim Khan 31, Suresh Dhanai 21.Police Sports Club 90 all out in 17.3 overs. Grisean Grant 30; Devindra Ramoutar 5 for 46 (7 overs), Trevlon Stanislaus 2 for 13.Upper Corentyne easily defeated Skeldon by 115 runs at the No. 69 Vikings ground.Upper Corentyne were 252 for 8 from 40 overs after pitch preparation moisture affected the start of play – R. Chatterpaul 57, Devindra Budhoo 20, V. Gooniah 21 and S. Embrack 73. Bowling for Skeldon, Wayne Garnett, Sherain Murray and Zukeel Gordon claimed two wickets apiece.Skeldon were bowled out for 137 in 30 overs as Murray returned with the bat to score 37 while Devindra Budhoo 3 for 18, R. Chatterpaul 2 for 15 and L. Roopchand 2 for 15 bowled well for Upper Corentyne.BCB president Hilbert Foster visited three of the venues and expressed disappointment that several of the teams were attired in different uniforms. Foster stated that first division cricket was the highest level of competition in Berbice and as such, a high level of standard must be maintained at all times. He urgeed all Clubs to get their house in order or face disciplinary actions from the BCB.last_img read more

Panel discusses veterans on campus

first_imgTo help illustrate the difficulties that military service members face when returning to universities after combat, The Soldiers Project hosted the Combat to Campus panel at the Davidson Conference Center on Saturday.The Soldiers Project is a non-profit organization that offers free confidential psychological counseling to military service members and their families.Service · A panel Saturday focused on the transition to college for military veterans. The discussion was part of a weekend conference. – Adrian Hoffman | Summer TrojanMany soldiers face several physical and psychological effects after returning from their term of service, said Gail Soffer, the development director of The Soldiers Project.“A lot of these people are suffering from traumatic brain injuries and major issues that make it difficult to pay attention or stay awake in class because they are sleep deprived,” Soffer said. “[Returning veterans] also have to deal with bureaucracy, which can be difficult since they are used to a chain of command that’s very straightforward, and a university has a very different way of operating.”Patricia D’Orange-Martin, a speaker at the panel and the coordinator of the Veterans Resource Center at Pasadena City College, said veteran affairs are particularly important in Los Angeles and California as a whole because the state has some of the largest populations of veterans in the United States.“It’s estimated that California has 2.2 million veterans residing here, and is the top state in the nation for the number of veterans that live here,” D’Orange-Martin said. “According to the California Department of Veterans Affairs, there’s between 60,000 and 70,000 veterans in higher education.”Soffer said many universities should offer more services to veterans to facilitate their return and encourage their talents in the classroom.“[TSP] should offer training for faculty and staff because they may see a student falling asleep in class or looking around in class, and they just need to understand the context for why they are behaving this way,” Soffer said. “They also shouldn’t treat [veterans] like killers or glorified heroes, but instead just like normal people,” Soffer said.Ian Smith, a Marine veteran and music education major at California State University Northridge, said at the panel that one of the problems that many veterans face when returning to a university is their lack of pride in being a soldier.“Up until [arriving at college], I had no interest in being involved in anything veteran, and I didn’t even like being called a veteran,” Smith said. “When someone called me a veteran of a foreign war for the first time, it [was] almost like they said something about my mom. I have these images of a veteran, like the homeless guy off the side of the freeway with a cardboard sign, and that just wasn’t me.”last_img read more

onload media launches seeking to lead compliant advertising disciplines

first_imgShare Sky Betting & Gaming expands mobile capabilities with Core Gaming acquisition June 10, 2016 Related Articles Justin Chamberlain – onload mediaNew ad-network ‘onload media ’ has launched its services seeking to become a leading player in online gambling advertising for regulated market incumbents.The onload network is founded by acquisition marketing expert Justin Chamberlain, a former executive of Sky Betting and Gaming games studio Core Gaming and mobile ‘reverse auction’ platform BidNation.In its mission statement, onload details that it seeks to deliver online gambling incumbents with an optimal targeted ad-network, compliant with the multiple advertising demands facing industry marketing teams.“All our partners and customers – online casino operators, game suppliers, advertisers and media buyers – told us they needed this network”, said Justin Chamberlain, CEO and Founder of onload media.“Between the development costs for a continuous pipeline of new games and the PoC tax, suppliers of real-money online games have also been squeezed. Our network improves their bottom line without incurring any new overheads.”Assessing market conditions, Chamberlain underlines that modern ad-networks have failed incumbents, seeing their marketing inventory continually blacklisted and even penalised by regulators by being exposed to inappropriate audiences.Supporting its mandate, onload has been approved as an IAB UK partner, in which it will share its knowledge and data in improving UK digital advertising standards and practices. Jon Mew, IAB UK CEO, commented: “We’re delighted to welcome onload media as an IAB UK member from the outset of its journey and look forward to working with the team to help create a sustainable and responsible future for digital advertising.” Submitcenter_img Share StumbleUpon Justin Chamberlain: onload{media} – Rebalancing adnetworks’ capacity for online gambling December 5, 2019last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Friday, Sept. 20 – Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013

first_imgSunday, September 22, 2013•6:10 p.m. Officers investigated domestic battery by a known suspect in the 600 block N. Olive, Wellington.•8:28 p.m. Sherry A. Tillery, 39, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with knowingly allowing an unauthorized driver operate a motor vehicle without insurance.•8:28 p.m. Pratt L. Tillery, 43, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is suspended and defective windshield.•9:49 p.m. Steven D. Shamblin, 29, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with aggravated assault of law enforcement officer, and possession of stimulant and possession of drug paraphernalia. Saturday September 21, 2013•9:59 a.m. Officers investigated violation of fire prevention code by a known suspect in the 200 block N. Ash, Wellington.•5:17 p.m. Edgar V. Barnes, 23, Wellington was arrested and charged with driving while license is suspended and no insurance. She has bonded.•10:04 p.m. Michael R. Harbison, 31, Wellington was arrested on a city warrant for battery. He has bonded.•11 p.m. Juvenile male, 16, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with disobeyed stop sign. Wellington Police Notes for Friday, Sept. 20, to Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013: Friday, Sept. 20, 2013: •8:02 a.m. Christopher D. Sanders, 29, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with expired drivers license, expired registration and operating a motor vehicle with no proof of insurance.•8:09 a.m. Sierra L. Slates, 27, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with driving while license is suspended, no insurance and expired registration.•2 p.m. Misty L. Brown, 31, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with two counts of animal trespass.•3:14 p.m. Ivan Johnson, 38, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with expired registration.•11:58 p.m. Juvenile female, 16, Wellington, was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 47 mph in a 35 mph zone and driving in violation of restrictions.last_img read more

Wellington-Rose Hill to battle tonight at home

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The second half of the season will start tonight when Wellington battles Rose Hill at 6 p.m. at Wellington High School gymnasium. This game was originally supposed to be played Tuesday but the snowstorm created the two-night postponement.For the Wellington boys basketball team it has been 12 nights since it last took to the hardwood. The Crusaders were last seen winning the Chaparral Roadrunner Classic Tournament with an overtime victory over Kingman. The boys had no games last week and were delayed Tuesday. But look out! There are a flurry of games coming up. Wellington will play at Mulvane on Friday, El Dorado at home, and Andale at home on Feb. 14 which is on Friday and will be homecoming night. The Wellington boys are 6-6. Rose Hill comes into the game 2-11. This game is critical in that both Wellington and Rose Hill are in the same sub-state as is Mulvane and Winfield.The Wellington girls returns after finishing seventh in the Mulvane Wildcat Classic. The Crusaders are 7-5. Rose Hill is 3-8. Again both teams will be in the same sub-state.The games start with C team action at 4:15 p.m. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

Theurer’s holding online auction for 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

first_imgTheurer’s Auction/Realty is holding an only auction on an original 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1.The Mustang is a medium Lime paint code, deluxe interior, 351 Windsor 2V, automatic transmission with air conditioning.   This Mach 1 is an unrestored gem that runs and drives. Theurer’s sellers purchased this car for their daughters to drive to school in the ‘70s when they were finished driving it was stored properly inside. The car has had the brakes repaired, new tires, filters and ignition. It has rocker box rust, however this is typical. The paint has faded and has minor dents, however it looks very good for an unrestored 45 year-old muscle car. We have consigned it to sell to the high bidder. It is as cool as it is complete– bid early and often!   Sells Online Only Bid now at Theurer.net Bidding ends August 25, at 1 p.m.Sumner Newscow readers can go to this link here to bid today:last_img read more

Anthony Davis’ 44 points, 18 rebounds help Pelicans top Thunder

first_img‘The Two Popes’ movie explores depth of faith, frailties of man PLAY LIST 01:28‘The Two Popes’ movie explores depth of faith, frailties of man00:50Trending Articles02:02Chief Justice Peralta vows to lead by example, bares 10-point program02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Kings sizzle with 19 3-pointers to torch Timberwolves Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MOST READ Paul George had 25 points and 11 rebounds, and Dennis Schroder scored 24 points for Oklahoma City, which came in having won five of its previous six. Russell Westbrook had 20 points and four steals but did not appear as eager as usual to shoot, hitting 8 of 16 shots. Steven Adams also scored 20.New Orleans seemed in control, leading 116-109 with less than 1:20 left when consecutive turnovers led to five quick Thunder points. Westbrook scored on a fast break that he initiated by breaking up Holiday’s pass. Then another Westbrook steal during Holiday’s drive led to George’s fast-break layup as he was fouled.After Davis’ missed a driving floater, Oklahoma City had an unusual possession in which no player seemed inclined to shoot, and a series of passes led to Westbrook’s late-shot-clock 3 attempt, which rimmed out. Randle was fouled after his rebound, but missed two free throws to give the Thunder another chance.Westbrook again elected not to shoot, and Alex Abrines’ 3 for the lead rimmed out. Solomon Hill, who had eight points, came down with his seventh rebound and made both foul shots with less than a second left to seal the victory.Davis was dominant throughout, dunking seven times, including several times on crowd-pleasing alley-oops, to go with a 3 and an array of mid-range floaters and jumpers.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis dunks in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in New Orleans, Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)NEW ORLEANS — Anthony Davis smiled slightly and joked about his relative youth when the topic of his heavy workload came up.His nearly 40 minutes on the court against Oklahoma City was hardly an anomaly this season, but Davis isn’t ready to plead for more rest yet.ADVERTISEMENT ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garciacenter_img Davis scored 44 points and grabbed 18 rebounds, and the inconsistent New Orleans Pelicans narrowly held on to defeat the Thunder 118-114 on Wednesday night.“Whatever coach needs me to do, the team needs me to do to win, that’s what I’m going to do,” said Davis, who has averaged about 37 minutes for a team that has played an NBA-high 30 games so far this season. “I’m 25 years old. So, ask me about five years from now.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissJrue Holiday had 20 points and 10 assists, and Julius Randle added 22 for New Orleans, which has alternated wins and losses in its past 10 games.“It was a big win for us,” Davis said. “We’ve got to put a string of wins together and of course it starts tonight. (Oklahoma City) was the No. 1 team in the West coming into tonight and a team that’s rolling. They’ve got a lot of great players on their team. We tried to make sure this game was about us and make sure we get back to what we do.” No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “We really moved the ball well, and they really collapsed the paint with Davis, Randle, and (Cheick) Diallo,” Donovan said. “This really left us with a lot of good quality 3-point shots, and we didn’t make those at a high enough level.”QUOTABLE“It’s not like we depend on them to carry the load. They are the load. It’s who we’re going to go to,” Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said when asked about Davis, Randle and Holiday combining for 86 points.UP NEXTThunder: Visit Denver on Friday.Pelicans: Host Miami on Sunday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “He’s a great player; it takes a team to stop him,” guard Terrance Ferguson said. “We really didn’t focus on that tonight and we let our players go one-on-one against him.”Davis scored 18 of his points in the third quarter, when New Orleans went in front for good in a competitive game that included 12 ties, 17 lead changes and no lead larger than nine points.TIP-INSThunder: Westbrook was assessed a technical foul in the third quarter by official David Guthrie for appearing to argue that a foul should have been called on his missed layup. … Westbrook blocked layup attempts by Pelicans rookie guard Frank Jackson twice. … Jerami Grant committed fouls off the ball twice in the first two minutes of the third quarter, at which point he had five fouls for the game and was subbed out. He did not return until 7:50 remained.Pelicans: Forward Nikola Mirotic sat out after injuring his right ankle during Monday night’s loss at Boston. … Guard E’Twaun Moore also sat out with a strained muscle in his lower leg. … Combined, Mirotic and Moore have been averaging 31.4 points per game. … Randle has scored at least 20 points in six straight. … Darius Miller scored 10 points. … With Moore out, Jackson was recalled from the G League and scored eight points in 19 minutes off the bench.PAINT PROWESSDavis and Randle helped New Orleans outscore the Thunder 74-48 in the paint. Holiday also was able to score his share inside on dribble drives.“I’m getting in the paint, AD’s already in the paint and so is Ju’,” Holiday said. “To be able to stop that is pretty tough.”DEEP TROUBLEOklahoma City shot 48.3 percent, but missed 30 of 43 from 3-point range. View comments Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? 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Over 200 Public School Teachers Threaten Go-slow

first_imgJosiah Kollie, secretary-general of the aggrieved teachers, says until their concerns are addressed, the teachers will down their chalks.More than 200 public school teachers in Bong County under the auspices of “Supplementary Teachers,” have threatened not to return to the classroom this academic school year if the government does not place them on regular salary.Supplementary teachers are those whose names are not on government’s regular payroll, but are paid at the discretion of the government despite being qualified to teach.Josiah Kollie, secretary-general of the aggrieved teachers told this newspaper over the weekend in Gbarnga that for the past ten years, some of them have worked as supplementary teachers, and are paid L$6,000, L$7,000 or L$9,000, irrespective of whether they are qualified with Bachelor of Science (BSc) degrees in education from universities and colleges in the country.“More about these supplementary teachers is that the salary is not regular as compared to the ‘regular teachers’, and the sad thing about this program is the salary will take some times, two to three months before one can get it in arrears,” Mr. Kollie said.“We will not return to the classroom until the government can place our names on the regular payroll, because we have been teaching for the past ten years, and nothing the government is doing to resolve this problem,” the irate teachers spokesperson lamented.The teachers said that they have made several frantic attempts to get the matter amicably resolved over the long years, “but it appears that the government is insensitive to our plight.”Kollie added, “we wonder why the government is reluctant to put our names on its regular payroll when some of us have the requisite qualification and experience.”He said that the government’s action is to some extent demoralizing the supplementary teachers.“Most teachers have to maintain a household, which typically comprises of four-five people, on a salary of considerably less than two dollars a day. Pay levels, even for qualified teachers are around three times less than the cost of a minimum needs wage basket for a four-person household,” Kollie said.Meanwhile, the irate teachers have called on authorities of the Ministry of Education to place their names on the regular salary payroll or else they will put down their chalk until their concerns are addressed.The office of the County Chief Education in Bong has promised to forward the teachers’ concerns to the central office in Monrovia, but did not say when the communication would reach the Monrovia national office.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

National Assembly to debate future of sugar industry

first_imgBy Alexis RodneyA draft ‘white paper’ on the Future of the Sugar Industry is set to be laid in the National Assembly on May 8, 2017; and while its contents have not been discussed extensively, pronouncements by President David Granger regarding his administration’s plans to close several sugar estates are therein entailed.Flashback: Representatives from the sugar industry in the boardroom of the Ministry of Agriculture, discussing options for the way forward for the ailing sugar industry on December 31, 2016Minister of State Joseph Harmon, reporting on discussions coming out of Cabinet meeting earlier this week, said Government and the Opposition will debate the content of the ‘white paper’, which was submitted to Cabinet by Agriculture Minister Noel Holder.“This follows a process we had gone through with respect to the situation at GuySuCo. First, there was a Commission of Inquiry on GuySuCo. Subsequently, a special team was put together to look at some options for GuySuCo,” he said. Following this, some options were provided to Government, and it was decided at Cabinet that consultations be held before any decision is made by the administration.Harmon said, however, that during a stakeholder consultation, Government laid bare its position on the GuySuCo matter. Stakeholders at that meeting included Government, the Opposition, and representatives of the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) and the National Association of Agricultural, Commercial and Industrial Employees, along with sugar workers.“So several meetings were held at the Ministry of Agriculture, and as a result of those consultations, Government’s position became a little more crystallised,” he explained.He said Government had also opened the floor for additional proposals for the sugar corporation, and GAWU had submitted some proposals, which he noted have been included in the draft white paper.Harmon said three important issues have been highlighted and will be dealt with: the financial and technical evidence proving that it is feasible to amalgamate some estates and factories; the need and requirement for divestment of these facilities; and the utilisation of some of the facilities of the estates. He added that the President has already addressed some of these issues.GAWU said on Tuesday that it would cripple planned efforts to close the East Demerara Estate (Enmore Estate) in the name of restructuring. GAWU President, Komal Chand, told Guyana Times on Monday that the union was in the process of amassing workers to take to the streets in massive protests against the move.Chand said that while Government has proposed closing the estate, it did not clearly state if it would go ahead with those plans. However, GAWU members are of the opinion that the estate will be closed.“The information we are getting from the ground is that this will be a reality, because already they are not doing a lot of important work to have the estate functional next year,” Chand explained.The top GAWU official, who met with sugar workers last Friday, told Guyana Times that members were nervous about their future and about securing alternative employment.While the GAW has been engaged in some level of protests over the past week, particularly in Enmore, Chand said the numbers are likely to grow in coming weeks and months.“They (sugar workers) hope that they will draw support from the residents and others with the view to build a strong protest, because that might be one of the ways to get Government to rethink its position,” he explained.Chand opined that if the protest attracted enormous crowds, like the protests regarding the parking meter project in Georgetown, it would send a strong message to the coalition Government.He also pointed to the situation in French Guiana, where citizens came out in large numbers to protest high unemployment, crime, high cost of living, and a lack of investment from France.While the Government has promised to present a white paper on the sugar industry to Parliament, Chand believes it is deliberately delaying, so that the issue would be debated by the end of 2017.“The Government is trying not to bring the official position to the public, and one of the reasons is because they want the matter brought by yearend,” he told this publication.As it stands, there is much resentment in the sugar belt, and workers are highly demotivated because much uncertainty surrounds their future, Chand said.“They have not received any increases for the past two years. The Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) is now complaining about poor turnout. They are so demotivated,” he added.GuySuCo has long complained that poor labour turnout has contributed to reduced sugar production.The industry is facing its toughest times, with production at just over 180,000 tonnes last year. This is the lowest production GuySuCo has recorded since 1990.last_img read more

Revealed! The Tottenham players who have kept the most Premier League clean shee

first_img 7= Stephen Carr helped keep 30 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 7= Benoit Assou-Ekotto helped keep 30 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 10 5= Ian Walker helped keep 35 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 2. Sol Campbell helped keep 39 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 1. Michael Dawson helped keep 41 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 10 10 Tottenham Hotspur bid farewell to White Hart Lane on Sunday as they play their final game in the grand old stadium.Spurs will host Manchester United before paying homage to heroes past and present who have graced the turf.Former players will take to the field for once last time to be lauded by the Tottenham faithful.Some, like current defensive favourites Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen, are renowned for stopping goals rather than scoring them.So, during the Premier League era, which defenders and goalkeepers have kept the most clean sheets for Tottenham at White Hart Lane? Click the right arrow above to find out… 5= Kyle Walker helped keep 35 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 10 7= Jan Vertonghen helped keep 30 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 10 10. Heurelho Gomes helped keep 23 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 4. Ledley King helped keep 36 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 10 10 3. Hugo Lloris helped keep 37 Premier League clean sheets at White Hart Lane 10 10 10last_img read more