Stuff co.nz 3 July 2015A woman who hit her daughter with a piece of wood will receive no further punishment, a judge has decided.The mother struck the girl with a piece of wood after she had stayed overnight at a friend’s house and didn’t tell the family where she was.The Christchurch District Court was earlier told that when the girl returned home she was beaten around the arms and legs with the wood. Other family members also assaulted her.The woman, who has name suppression to protect the girl, has completed counselling, and the other family members have had their charges resolved through the court.Defence counsel Anya Gartner said the woman’s counselling was a good outcome for the family who were now aware of the boundaries imposed on parents in New Zealand.Judge Jane Farish told the woman that her daughter did do a wrong thing and had put herself at risk without thinking through the consequences of her actions.http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/69938042/woman-beat-daughter-with-a-piece-of-wood
Xavier looks to sweep Georgetown SAVVY SENIORS: Georgetown’s Omer Yurtseven, Jagan Mosely and Terrell Allen have collectively accounted for 41 percent of the team’s scoring this season and have scored 42 percent of all Hoyas points over the last five games.FUELING THE OFFENSE: Naji Marshall has accounted for 44 percent of all Xavier field goals over the last three games. Marshall has 20 field goals and 15 assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: Georgetown is 0-11 this year when it scores 72 points or fewer and 15-2 when it scores at least 73.LONG-RANGE THREAT: Xavier’s Quentin Goodin has attempted 85 3-pointers and has connected on 27.1 percent of them.DID YOU KNOW: Georgetown is ranked second among Big East teams with an offensive rebound percentage of 32.8 percent. The Hoyas have averaged 11.9 offensive boards per game. Associated Press February 28, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditXavier (18-10, 7-8) vs. Georgetown (15-13, 5-10)Capital One Arena, Washington; Sunday, 2 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Georgetown seeks revenge on Xavier after dropping the first matchup in Cincinnati. The teams last faced each other on Jan. 22, when the Musketeers shot 37.3 percent from the field en route to the 66-57 victory. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
Deontay Wilder was quick to blast Anthony Joshua following the British boxer’s monumental upset loss to Andy Ruiz Jr., essentially calling for the former unified world heavyweight champion a fraud who “quit.”Well, more than a month later, the WBC heavyweight champ isn’t done jabbing at AJ. Speaking with TalkSport’s Jim White, “The Bronze Bomber” doubled down on his opinion that Joshua quit during his shocking seventh-round TKO loss to Ruiz at Madison Square Garden in New York City on June 1.“I think Ruiz beat him too easily,” Wilder said. “I don’t think Joshua knows how he lost right now. In my opinion, Joshua quit.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year”As a fighter looking in, understanding and reading the body language, he quit. I’m sad to say, he quit, though.”Wilder proceeded to pinpoint three tell-all signs that Joshua did indeed quit, including him spitting out his mouthpiece following his fourth knockdown of the fight, blatantly ignoring the ref’s instructions to come forward and finally looking to his corner for guidance, which the WBC champ believes was a “sign like I’m looking for a way out.””I don’t think he’s a quitter,” Wilder continued, “but it’s going to sound contradicting, but he quit that night.”“In my view, Joshua quit.” ❌“As a fighter reading the body language, I’m sad to say that he quit.” 💥“Ruiz beat him too easily, he doesn’t know how he lost that fight.”@BronzeBomber says Anthony Joshua quit in his big fight with Andy Ruiz Jr. pic.twitter.com/frz1pURAHr— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) July 26, 2019MORE: The timeline that led to Ruiz’s historic upset of JoshuaWilder’s latest comments follow him ripping Joshua with a series of tweets in the immediate aftermath of him losing to Ruiz.(Warning: explicit language) He wasn’t a true champion. His whole career was consisted of lies, contradictions and gifts.Facts and now we know who was running from who!!!!#TilThisDay— Deontay Wilder (@BronzeBomber) June 2, 2019The worst thing you can do in life is Fucking Quit!!— Deontay Wilder (@BronzeBomber) June 2, 2019Wilder and Ruiz were all smiles last Saturday night during the PBC on FOX pay-per-view broadcast for the Manny Pacquiao-Keith Thurman fight in Las Vegas.Of course, the newly-crowned unified world heavyweight champion, Ruiz, and Joshua continue to iron out the details for their highly-anticipated rematch, where the former will look to prove that his upset wasn’t a fluke, while the latter seeks redemption.