The fourth annual Ohana Festival will be held at Dana Point, CA’s Doheny State Beach, set to go down on September 27th-29th, 2019.Ohana Festival will feature headlining performances from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eddie Vedder, and The Strokes. The three-day oceanside festival will also see performances from Tash Sultana, Incubus, Nathaniel Ratleiff & The Night Sweats, Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, LP, Jenny Lewis, Jacob Banks, Glen Hansard, Mudhoney, Devendra Banhart, White Reaper, Sunflower Bean, Dustin Kensrue, Jesse Jo Stark, L.A. Witch, Fontaines D.C., Donovan Frankenreiter, Benjamin Booker, Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, The Messthetics, Madison Ryann Ward, Paul Cauthen, Erin Rae, Jonny Roundhouse, Poolside, Mt. Joy, Lewis Capaldi, Las Cafeteras, Jack Irons, Henry Jamison, John Craigie, and Gretta Ray.Ohana Festival organizers will donate a portion of proceeds from the festival to the San Onofre Parks Foundation, a California non-profit that cooperatively works with the California State Parks to develop, preserve and enhance the recreation and experience of California’s unique and beautiful coastal parks. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 8th at 10 a.m. (PST) here.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Syracuse head coach Phil Wheddon bent his knees and hovered over a backpedaling Georgia Allen. Allen traced the ball with her eyes as a defender tracked her. “Win the first ball, Georgia,” Wheddon screamed toward Allen. She didn’t. “OK, win the second ball then,” he said. Again, she didn’t. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAs the Orange’s deficit got deeper, Wheddon ran out of advice for his players. The Tar Heels controlled the game. All he could do was watch. “They’re taking a national team player off the field and replacing them with another national team player,” Wheddon said. “Unfortunately, a lot of our players don’t, and that’s the difference.” No. 3 North Carolina’s (11-2-1, 6-0 Atlantic Coast) overload of talent exposed Syracuse (3-11, 0-6) when they tried to mount an early first-half comeback. SU couldn’t get past midfield as the Tar Heels’ backline clobbered Syracuse forwards trying to change direction. The Orange put one shot on goal all game in a 7-1 loss. During its eight-game losing streak coming into Sunday, Syracuse was outshot in all but it’s Sept. 9 matchup with Colgate. Against three ranked teams during that span, the Orange mustered an average of 4 shots per game to its opponents 20. When SU opened the game with possession to start, it played forward. Allen slipped the ball to Shannon Aviza, who ran up the field. A UNC defender closed in on her space, Aviza pivoted and the Tar Heel ripped the ball from Aviza’s foot. North Carolina booted the ball near its box and camped out on that side of the field. UNC held onto the ball, scoring five minutes into the game, and kept the ball near SU’s net. The Tar Heels piled onto its lead, making it 2-0 until SU broke through. Mishandled by North Carolina’s Julia Ashley, Meghan Root snuck past Bridgette Andrzejewski in the 27th minute to score on its second shot of the night. “They’re always talking about getting in on that second ball,” Root said. “It worked there.” But UNC gathered at midfield after the score and held onto the ball for all but two possessions for the rest of the first half. Every missed shot and errant corner kick spilled out to Allen, SU’s deepest player on offense. Allen was met by two, sometimes three Tar Heels who circled around the junior, stealing the ball from her grasp. Following a misplay before the end of the half, Wheddon, who usually follows his players into the locker room, gathered the coaches for a four-minute meeting. With his hands atop his head, he looked distressed. He said he discussed how to slow the Tar Heels down. But it couldn’t help. The ball was on UNC’s side of the field for the first four minutes of the half. SU got it back briefly but then lost it again. When SU players coughed up the ball, North Carolina held possession and turned it into goals. “(There’s) a couple moments where we’ve got to get a foot on it,” Root said. “We’ve got to be tighter to our players.” Even as UNC added to its lead, SU couldn’t find the ball. Every Orange turnover was coupled with a long Tar Heels possession that usually led to a shot on goal. After the game, Wheddon listed off a multitude of reasons why Syracuse couldn’t contain the ball: pass selection, misread crosses and not enough pace. Wheddon said he challenged his players before the game to fight with UNC. He didn’t think they were hesitant. They were just outplayed. “Against a team of this caliber,” Wheddon said, “you’re not going to get any breaks.” Published on October 7, 2018 at 6:18 pm Contact KJ: [email protected] | @KJEdelman
Source: Footy-Ghana.com He becomes the fifth signing to be announced by the Phobians after Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali, Eric Dizan Bi, Nuru Sulley and Danjuma Ademola Kuti. Hearts of Oak have finally confirmed the signing of striker Abednego Tetteh.The Phobian at heart – who made his name with Bechem United before stints in Sudan (Al Hilal and El Hilal Obeid, Ethiopia (Jimmah Aba Buna) and India (Real Kashmir and TRAU FC) – has been in the camp of the Phobians since January.Tetteh’s free agent signing and registration for the start of the 2019/20 season could not go through due to a delay in the arrival of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC).The 29-year-old has had to wait for the second registration window which was opened in March to be officially eligible to feature in the Ghana Premier League and MTN FA Cup competitions the Phobians are actively competing for this season.