Aspas bags debut goal for Liverpool

Liverpool's new Spanish striker Iago Aspas marked his debut with a goal in Saturday's 4-0 friendly win over Preston at Deepdale.

Aspas signed from Celta Vigo for STG7.7 million ($A12.82 million) during the close-season and he gave a glimpse of why Reds manager Brendan Rodgers was so keen to land him with a fine second-half strike against the League One side.

The 25-year-old curled home Liverpool's final goal as they eased their way back into action in their opening warm-up, a fixture organised in honour of Reds' legendary manager and former Lilywhites player Bill Shankly.

"Iago works hard, he's got a trick in and around the box and he excites supporters," said Rodgers.

"He's a good guy and he works very hard for the supporters iphone cases for 5.

"He drifts well in between the lines and always wants to receive the ball, but what I like is that he wants to score goals.

"He's looking to create and combine or go solo by himself and get a shot in. His goal was a terrific strike."

Philippe Coutinho, Jordon Ibe and Raheem Sterling were also on the scoresheet for Liverpool in scorching temperatures touching 30 degrees blackberry phone covers.

There were appearances for Liverpool's new Belgian goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, signed from Sunderland, while Ivory Coast centre-back Kolo Toure also featured following his arrival from Manchester City.

Rodgers' two Spanish imports Aspas and Luis Alberto played the second half, with Aspas's 20-yard left-foot curler for Liverpool's fourth in the 75th minute the highlight.

Luis Suarez, reportedly keen to enginner a move away from Anfield, was absent after being given extended leave following his Confederations Cup duty with Uruguay.

Rodgers did not speak to the media after the match, wanting to avoid an inquisition over the 26-year-old for whom the club have already turned down a STG30 million ($A50 million) bid from Arsenal wigs shop.

Steel's Fowler wins newcomer's award

Jamaican shooter Jhaniele Fowler's record-breaking feats for the Southern Steel in her debut season has landed her the trans-Tasman netball league's best new talent award machine made sequin embroidery.

Fowler set new marks for most goals in a season with 666 and most goals in a match with 65.

She averaged 52.1 goals a game from 94 per cent shooting accuracy and her season total eclipsed compatriot Carla Borrego's previous record of 574 for the Adelaide Thunderbirds in 2010.

Championship general manager Andy Crook says the league, which is completing its sixth year, hasn't had a player make such an impact in her debut season wine tasting.

The 23-year-old Fowler, who has signed for two more years with the Steel, is also in the running for the bigger prize of the league's Most Valuable Player.

The six finalists include Borrego and another Jamaican shooter, Romelda Aiken from the Queensland Firebirds.

Also in the running are Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic centre Laura Langman, Melbourne Vixens mid-courter Madison Browne and Firebirds shooter Natalie Medhurst.

The MVP winner will be announced on Friday, two days before the grand final between the Thunderbirds and the Firebirds Asian college of knowledge management.

Hamilton on pole for German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton delighted a vast crowd of Mercedes fans when he secured his second pole position in succession on Saturday with a fastest lap in the final seconds of qualifying.

Just a week after his dazzling feat at Silverstone in the British Grand Prix, he did the same ahead of Sunday's German Grand Prix with an assurance that stunned his rivals.

The 28-year-old Briton, world champion in 2008, clocked a fastest lap of one minute 29.398 seconds to outpace Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel by one-tenth of a second thailand real estate.

It was Hamilton's third pole position of the season and the 29th of his career, pulling him level with Argentine legend Juan Manuel Fangio and defending triple world champion and current series leader Vettel in the record books.

Vettel's Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber was third fastest ahead of Finn Kimi Raikkonen and his Lotus team-mate, Frenchman Romain Grosjean.

In an unexpectedly brilliant display of pace, F1's second Australian, Daniel Ricciardo, qualified sixth for Toro Rosso ahead of the two Ferraris of Brazilian Felipe Massa and Spaniard Fernando Alonso - the Italian team having changed strategy to run medium-hard tyres in the third qualifying session.

Briton Jenson Button was ninth for McLaren and German Nico Hulkenberg 10th for Sauber on an afternoon when Hamilton's team-mate German Nico Rosberg missed the cut and qualified 11th.

Both Button and Hulkenberg chose not to clock a time in the session as they, like the Ferrari men, opted to go for race strategy instead of grid positions.

Hamilton said: "It's really overwhelming. I've been struggling since the first run in P1. It was pretty good, but P2 and P3 were disasters and it got worse this morning. I wasn't comfortable with the car at all.

"We went back to the truck, tried to analyse everything and made lots of changes and hoped it would work. Fortunately the car was beneath me and I was able to put in the times.

"These guys (Red Bull) are good on the long runs. I hope, with my new set-up, that the pace will be as good and we can given them a run for their money Hong Kong loan important notice."

Vettel said: "It was quite close and I tried everything I had. The car felt fine, even after we struggled a little bit this morning, but we are much closer to them here than we were in Silverstone."

Webber said: "I'm not sure what happened, but we're happy to be where I am."

On a dry, hot day in the Eifel mountains, with an air temperature of 25 degrees and a track equivalent rising beyond 41, the opening session brought disappointment and some sadness as team owner Frank Williams saw both of his drivers eliminated on the weekend of their 600th Grand Prix.

Rookie Finn Valtteri Bottas, who had qualified third in the rain in last month's Canadian Grand Prix, was 17th ahead of his Williams team-mate Venezuelan Pastor Maldonado, winner of last year's Spanish Grand Prix.

New law will help catch loan defaulters

Overseas student loan defaulters can be nabbed when they return now Inland Revenue and Customs have been given authority to match data hong kong company register.

The bill allowing the data matching was passed by parliament on Thursday.

"Those with student loans need to take personal responsibility for repaying them, and in the case of returning defaulters Inland Revenue will now have the information necessary to follow them up to help resolve their debt," Revenue Minister Peter Dunne said Domestic Helper.

"Loan borrowers need to keep their end of the deal - and that includes borrowers living overseas."

The bill passed its third reading with the support of other parties cheap bookcase.


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