McDonald & Dodds continues tonight on ITV and ahead of the episode airing we’ve got our hands on a clip.In the short clip McDonald (Tala Gouveia) and Dodds (Jason Watkins) learn some interesting information about the victim in their latest murder case. Watch the clip below:Tonight’s episode sees the partners called to the Mara Retreat, a private rehabilitation clinic, to investigate the mysterious death of a wealthy patient. Of course, all isn’t what it seems and they discover a plethora of lies, murder, betrayal and a hidden ruse to secure fortune and freedom.See our full preview of McDonald & Dodds episode 2.McDonald & Dodds airs tonight at 8pm on ITV.
Vince McKee The Lorain County Nightmares return to action this weekend at Oberlin College as they host the visiting NEO Predators. This is a battle for first place and also playoff positioning down the stretch.The Nightmares are in prime striking position as they currently sit at 4-3 but have won 2 straight and have 3 of their final 4 games at home. They are coming off of a 20-6 road win over the Patriots, and a 33-6 win at home over the Pittsburgh Rangers. They also have the league leader in touchdowns (Brandon DiMarco 15 passing, 1 rushing) lining up behind center. Anytime you have a specimen like DiMarco lining up behind center, and also Vaughn Sprinkle and Sonny Hazelwood on defense, you have a chance to beat anyone.I had the chance to sit down with head coach Jamie Ray Adams for our weekly coach’s chat, and we touched on a number of subjects.You have a big game coming up this weekend, how much of a motivator is it that these guys beat you once this season? How much have you improved since that game?Definitely a motivator, especially knowing how talented that our team is and what we’re capable of. We have definitely made some improvements since the last game primarily playing together as a team. Having back-to-back wins has been a definite confidence boost and given us ample time to prepare as we swing into the second half of the season hoping to go undefeated.What is our weekly walking wounded look like this week? Who is banged up and won’t be playing?Chase laudato is out until further notice with his knee. CJ Powell is still nursing an ankle and he’ll see limited repetitions on Saturday. Dontez Smith is coming along just fine but will sit out this game as a precaution. Shawn Masterson will return to his safety position on defense this week and Vaughn Sprinkle will not play with a hamstring injury.How important is diet, exercise and routine in getting ready for a game? Not only for the players, but the coaches?Diet and exercise are obviously important for the players. That’s a big part of recruiting college players, because they know the proper preparation that they need to do for a season, mentally and physically. Routine is definitely something that I am a proponent of, especially in pregame.Due to some schedule conflicts on the Patriot side, our pregame ritual was cut short and it definitely showed the first quarter of the game so it is a blessing to be back home where we can get back into our routine and play the game at our pace.You’re down by 7 points with 30 seconds remaining in a game. You score a touchdown on the final play. Do you go for the tie or the win on the extra point?Tie. Overtime. EverytimeHow much will emotion and intensity factor into this weekends game?We had an amazing week of practice in preparation for this game. I will tell you that this game will be filled with emotional and physical intensity from start to finish. The players know what they’re capable of and plan to show The PAFL who LCN is.You recently had a youth camp, your second of the season. How important is it to you to teach young children the game properly and encourage them while doing it?It’s the most important part of what I do, as a part of this organization. I love football with everything I have, it means the world to me and to be able to project that kind of passion, commitment and love of the Game on to today’s youth is everything. It is a unique platform that we are given and needs to be taken advantage of as much as possible. One day these kids will be tomorrow’s leaders and will be telling me what to do when I’m a crippled old man haha Related TopicsfootballJamie Ray AdamsLCNPAFLYouth Camp
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Intense rainfall and powerful winds took their toll on Clark County on Sunday afternoon as trees fell and residents lost electricity.“It was intense,” said Vancouver fire Capt. Chris Moen. His department responded after two large trees crashed into houses.The big blow came about 3:30 p.m.The National Weather Service said the wind gusted to 55 mph at Vancouver’s Pearson Field at 3:32 and a gust of 58 was recorded in Hockinson at 3:45.“There’s accidents everywhere,” a 911 dispatcher said. “The whole county is pounded.” “It’s wild and wet out there,” Lena Wittler of Clark Public Utilities said at 5:12 p.m. “We have right now a little more than 6,000 customers out of electricity, scattered throughout the county.“We have all of our available (utility) crews out and we also have contract crews out.” By 9:30 p.m., power had been restored to all but 300 customers.From 3 to 4 p.m., about one-fifth of an inch of rain was recorded at Pearson.“We went to a number of trees in the road and power lines down and audible (burglar) alarms,” said Sgt. Tony Barnes of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. He said having electricity go on and off caused many alarms to blare.Moen said a tree split and a 75-foot section landed on a house at 12101 N.E. 18th Street at 3:41 p.m. He said an older couple lives there but they were not injured.At 3:36 p.m., he said a 100-foot tree uprooted and fell on a house at 7008 N.E. 162nd Ave. An older man lives there and he also was not harmed, Moen said.