Both qualifiers are more than open. The Real Sociedad won 2-1 in the first leg at Mirandés, so that somewhat of the team led by Andoni Iraola would go around the tie. In the meantime, Athletic arrives in Granada with a minimal advantage after the 1-0 victory at San Mamés. A local goal would take the game to extra time. In short, thrill in this new format of the Copa del Rey. The referees are already known for the second leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals that will be played next week. The Mirandés-Real Sociedad, which will be played next Wednesday, March 4 at 9:00 p.m. in Anduva, will be directed by Sánchez Martínez and will be accompanied by Hernández Hernández in the VAR.For its part, Carlos del Cerro Grande will be in charge of arbitrating Granada-Athletic, which takes place on Thursday, March 5 at 9:00 p.m. at Nuevo Los Cármenes. Martínez Munuera will be in the VOR room of the Soccer City of Las Rozas.
[asset|aid=3075|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=caa7521a2ff72ca7dbd4ecea3344a4b3-Hunter Enerplex 2_1_Pub.mp3] She says the City chose to develop the parking lot and surrounding grounds itself since it was able to get government grants for those specific parts of the project.A further problem the city has encountered – especially after Thursday’s significant amount of rain – is that the roof leaks in certain places.Wilkinson says that the leaks will have to be fixed before the City takes over complete ownership of the building.[asset|aid=3076|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=caa7521a2ff72ca7dbd4ecea3344a4b3-Wilkinson 1_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisement The project was a design build, which Hunter says is quite common for municipalities to undertake.In having a ‘design build’ facility, the City gives specifications as to what it requires – in terms of function – and the design and construction of the building is done entirely by an outside firm. [asset|aid=3074|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=caa7521a2ff72ca7dbd4ecea3344a4b3-Hunter Enerplex 1_1_Pub.mp3] This process means that the City does not have to take ownership of the building until it has been completed to its standards, ensuring that any extra costs are taken on by the outside firm and not by the City.Advertisement **Correction – Energeticcity.ca would like to correct a mistake at the beginning of this article. The changes to the running track, will not delay the planned opening this October, 2010. The grand opening was planned for the fall of 2009 and the City decided to push back the opening until this year. The following article has been modified from the original version.The Enerplex continues to move forward with the grand opening scheduled for October.Work is still being completed on the running track in order to fix building code requirements.- Advertisement -The building code requires a certain number of exits for this type of track and the distance that someone at any point on the track would have to travel to reach an exit, says David Wilkinson, an associate principal of Cannon Design, the company acting as a project representative on behalf of the city.The city has taken over occupancy of the first and second floors of the complex but it is not taking over occupancy or ownership of the third floor until it is found to be up to code, says City Manager Dianne Hunter.The City hired a joint venture firm to design and construct the building at a set cost.Advertisement One problem with this type of build, says Hunter, is in completion time, which is why the official opening has been delayed.However, she adds that the city is not losing operational revenue from the track since it was originally designed to be a free amenity for residents.
With the ever-increasing coverage of the annual NFL Draft, the release of a new mock draft from a leading expert tends to become a sort of news in itself.ESPN’s Todd McShay, one of the foremost authorities on all things draft-related, released his third mock draft Thursday, and first since the NFL Scouting Combine.He’s got the Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston with the first overall pick as most recent mocks do. As far as the Arizona Cardinals, he’s got them selecting Virginia outside linebacker Eli Harold with the 24th pick of the first round.Writes McShay:This is a reach in that Harold is only the No. 37 player on our board, but the Cardinals need to improve their pass rush and six have already gone off the board in this scenario. Also, Harold flashed elite physical tools that speak to his upside at the next level with his combine workout, putting up excellent numbers in the three drills most predictive of success for pass-rushers — the 40-yard dash, the 10-yard split and short shuttle — delivering excellent results of 4.6, 1.56 and 4.16, respectively. Arizona could also look to address the D-line, inside linebacker and running back positions this offseason.Harold, a 6-foot-3, 247-pound defensive end in college, had 54 total tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss and seven sacks in 2014 for the Cavaliers. During his sophomore season in 2013, he led the team with 8.5 sacks.At the combine, Harold ran a 4.6-second 40-yard dash and registered a 35-inch vertical jump.The Virginia Beach native was an All-ACC second team selection.You can see all of McShay’s mock draft here (but you have to be an ESPN Insider.) And you can keep updated daily on all the latest mocks from the leading experts in the Arizona Sports Mock Draft Tracker. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact