On the flip side, I have never seen Jordan Eberle this invisible in any game, ever. He was on a line with Sam Gagner (who was noticeable and played well, strangely enough). While they didn’t appear on the scoresheet, the third line had a strong outing as well for Vancouver. Hodgson just seems to get better and better, and Hansen was responsible for one of the crossbars. Mason Raymond hasn’t scored much at all, lately, but was all over the ice tonight and as always played well defensively. Credit the Oilers for sticking with it – knowing the score was close, they never quit and were twice able to come back and tie the game. They were dangerous on almost every shift. While Henrik was held pointless (for the fourth straight game), the line generated a ton of chances and when they play like this, it’s only a matter of time before the puck starts going in the net with more frequency.While it might appear the twins need some rest, they will unfortunately not get as much as the rest of the team as they are both headed to this weekend’s All-Star game in Ottawa. I won’t go into a big diatribe about the All-Star game, but as a Canuck fan, I’d much rather that the players weren’t obligated to attend this useless excuse for a hockey game. CANUCKS’ TOP DEFENSIVE PAIRING STELLARThere’s only one word to describe the play of the Canucks’ top defensive pair of Dan Hamhuis and Kevin Bieksa tonight – spectacular. While it wasn’t the flashiest game you’ll see NHL players put on the ice, these two were rock solid all night long, had great speed and quickness, and were a dominant force throughout the game. Both players wound up plus-2, and Hamhuis got a key assist on the game’s first goal. This is an important development for the Canucks, as the pair had been struggling somewhat in recent games.Every time it seemed like the talented young Oiler forwards were about to generate something, Hamhuis and Bieksa just seemed to make a good, smart play. Whether it was outracing their opponent to the puck, putting their stick in the right passing lane, or getting the right angle on the puck carrier coming over the blue line, it was just perfect. While the game didn’t feature much hitting, they played a good physical game in their own zone and were often had good body position on the Oilers. They also excelled at moving the puck tonight, clearing the zone with relative impunity and getting the forwards the puck, who were generally able to do something with it tonight (case in point was the Canucks’ second goal, the rush started on a stellar outlet pass from Hamhuis to Kesler).When these guys are on their game, the Canucks are difficult to beat. Hopefully we’ll see this kind of effort on more consistent basis moving forward. DAVID BOOTH CONTINUES TO IMPRESSTonight was Booth’s fourth game since returning from his knee injury, and he put another great effort on the ice. Since his return, the second line has been great, and again tonight they caused a lot of problems for the Oilers. His speed is very good and while he’s not an excessively physical player, his size matches up well with other players and he’s able to use his body position to shield the puck and get it to his linemates in the offensive zone.At first blush, his goal tonight was a dirty, goal-mouth scramble type of goal. However, I think it was much more than that – he was able to outmuscle Hall near the Oiler net (as he should be able to do), but he actually showed a lot of skill as he used his skate to touch the puck back to his stick before sweeping it in the net, all while being knocked to the ice by Hall. Make no mistake, this was a very skilled goal scored by a skilled player. Seeing him and Kesler forming this kind of chemistry in limited time makes me excited to see what they will be able to do with another 20 games together under their belts. PARTING SHOTSQuick Comments: This game’s scoreline was much closer than it should have been and was not indicative of the run of the play. The Canucks were the better team for most of the night, certain sections of the second period notwithstanding, and they generated far more quality scoring chances. The four goalposts helped Edmonton’s cause, but that said, hockey can just be like that. Next time, those pucks will hopefully go in. The game was a no-hitter, it seemed like both teams wanted to get to the break without any physical confrontation. There were only three penalties called, all for hooking or interference. The Oilers’ line of Horcoff-Hall-Hemsky had a very good night. I haven’t seen Hemsky play this well in ages – he was back to his old self, it seemed, the puck glued to his stick and him able to make some slick passes. That said – Hall was by far Edmonton’s best player. All over the ice, fast, skilled, good size – he’s going to be a beast in the NHL for many years. Leigh Ramsden lives in Vancouver and is an avid Canucks fan, having been a partial season ticket holder for over 10 years. He’s old enough to have witnessed all three Stanley Cup losses, as such, his prime goal is to remove those scars by seeing a Cup brought to Vancouver. Leigh is Fighting For Stanley’s (www.fightingforstanley.ca/vancouver) west coast correspondent, and will also blog after all Canuck games for The Nelson Daily.The Vancouver Canucks concluded their pre-All-Star break schedule on Tuesday night at Rogers Arena, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 by way of a shootout.The Canucks had a tremendous first period, as they came at the Oilers in waves and spent entire shifts possessing the puck in the Oilers’ zone. They were able to break through on a beautiful goal by Daniel Sedin, his line having cycled the puck in Edmonton’s goal for approximately 90 seconds. Inexplicably, the Oilers actually outshot the Canucks in the first period, but Vancouver had the lion’s share of the chances.This trend continued in the second period, but Edmonton played much better in what has been the Canucks’ worst period on a night to night basis. Shawn Horcoff scored on a tremendous feed from young Oiler Taylor Hall, after a defensive breakdown in the Canucks’ end while the bottom defensive pairing and the fourth line were on the ice. While Edmonton had a much better period, the Canucks hit a post late in the second (having hit one in the first as well) and this goal might have been the back breaker for the Oilers, who had played the previous night in Edmonton.The Canucks came out determined in the third to end the game favourably. Buoyed by strong play from the top two lines, the Canucks returning to their swashbuckling ways, trading chances with Edmonton and for the most part, getting the better of the play. The effort was rewarded on a goal by David Booth, the result of hard work in front of the net after a 3-on-2 where Oiler netminder Devan Dubnyk lost the puck to his side, next to the crease. The Canucks were unfortunate to hit the crossbar twice in the third period as well. The resilient Oilers tied the game up a second time after a Hall deflection on a late power play, sending the game into an extra session.Overtime featured end to end play, and a couple of good saves by each goaltender, but didn’t solve anything. Canuck rookie Cody Hodgson scored the winning goal in the fifth round of the shootout, to deliver the Canucks two points heading into the break.Vancouver is happy the break has now arrived. Their play in the last couple of weeks has been very up and down – they have played their best against the tougher teams (Boston, San Jose, L.A., St. Louis), but have struggled against their weaker opponents (Anaheim, Edmonton, Tampa Bay, Florida). There have been times recently that they just look tired, and the six-day break coming up for all but four of the players should be a good tonic for them both physically and mentally. Now that everyone is again healthy, the team needs to refocus and set their sights on the stretch drive into the playoffs. TWINS RETURN FROM MIA STATUSIn recent outings, the Sedins have not been their normal, dangerous selves, often relatively invisible. In addition, the Canuck power play has been struggling, due at least partially to the Sedins’ lack of production. Tonight, they appeared to be much more “Sedin-like” – they were toying with Edmonton on many shifts, including the one that resulted in the first Canuck goal. Sami Salo returned to the lineup for the Canucks after missing the last seven game with a concussion. He wasn’t that noticeable, however, you did notice the lack of problems with the Canucks’ D as Ballard and Rome could play third-pairing minutes. Luongo made a couple of very good saves in the shootout. He also made a great save in overtime on Gagner. He wasn’t called upon to make a ton of phenomenal saves tonight, but he played well at the end of the game. He could not be blamed for either Edmonton goal.Broadcast Observation of the Day: In general, I prefer the Sportsnet games to our other options. That said, I’m not the biggest fan of Shorthouse. Instead of calling the game, he often attempts to get Garrett involved in conversations about silly things like food, or jokingly makes fun of him and his NHL career. It’s all in good fun, but for the TV viewer, it’s not that funny nor interesting. I’d much rather have some proper analysis done of the game.Two nice touches tonight: in his first intermission interview, Hamhuis told the residents of Burns Lake that the team’s thoughts were with them as they deal with the devastating fire in that small community’s lifeblood, its sawmill. Hamhuis was raised in nearby Smithers. Also, GM Mike Gillis was with Dan Murphy in both intermissions, and the first segment was dedicated to the Canucks’ support of the re-launch of mental illness website, www.mindcheck.ca. The site is dedicated to awareness of mental health issues and is meant to provide resources for youth and young adults in need. The Canucks are behind this initiative primarily in memory of and tribute to Rick Rypien.Looking ahead: The Canucks will take six days off before returning next Tuesday night to play the Chicago Blackhawks. Stay tuned to www.fightingforstanley.ca for mid-season reviews of all the Canadian-based NHL teams over the All-Star break, including an analysis of the Canucks, their season to date, their prospects in the playoffs, and what their trade deadline needs, if any, are.
The Guyana Police Force on Tuesday hosted a simple ceremony to recognise those officers who have graduated from the University of Guyana in November.Thirty-one ranks assembled in the Commissioner’s conference room in the Force’s Headquarters where they were congratulated for their academic achievements by the Administration’s Deputy Commissioner, Paul Williams who is also performing the function of Police Commissioner.Williams, a three-time graduate of the University of Guyana, encouraged the ranks, especially juniors, to see the sky as the limit and urged them to apply their theoretical learnings into the practical aspects of their profession.Similar sentiments were conferred on the ranks by Deputy Commissioner of Operations Maxine Graham, and Deputy Commissioner of Law EnforcementUG graduates posed with Police Commissioner (ag) Paul Williams and other senior ranksLyndon Alves as well as the Public Relations and Press Officer, Superintendent Jairam Ramlakhan.Superintendent Brian Eastman, the most senior of the graduates, thanked the Administration of the Force to have afforded them the opportunity to pursue higher learning whilst working and has assured that the new batch of academics will certainly bring about positive changes in the Police Force which is currently undergoing a reformation process.The Superintendent, who graduated with a Commonwealth Executive Master of Public Administration acknowledged that the role of the police is much greater now than in the past.The ceremony concluded with a toast of a glass of champagne in celebration of an historic feat accomplished.
An unidentified man, who was struck by a minibus on the La Penitence Public Road, Georgetown on Friday last, has succumbed to his injuries while receiving medical attention at the Georgetown Public Hospital.Reports are at approximately 00:45h on Friday last in the vicinity of Twins Pharmacy, La Penitence, the man was struck by minibus BSS 2498.Initial investigations revealed that the minibus was proceeding along the roadway when the pedestrian dashed into its path in an effort to cross the road. He was reportedly struck by the left-side wing mirror of the vehicle, causing him to fall onto the roadway where he sustained injuries.He was picked up in an unconscious state by the driver of the minibus and taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he was admitted.Since the accident, no relative of the now dead man turned up at the hospital to identify him and as such, it was difficult for the doctors to proceed with any further treatment.He remained in an unconscious state until his demise on Monday. His body is at the Public Hospital’s mortuary awaiting identification and a post-mortem.A breathalyser test was administered to the driver, but there was no trace of alcohol in his system. He was released on station bail pending investigations.
0Shares0000A Swiss court which cleared Paolo Guerrero to play for Peru at the World Cup, despite a doping ban, says he can also play for his club, for now © AFP/File / Adrian DENNISGENEVA, Switzerland, Jul 17 – Peruvian football star Paolo Guerrero can play for his Brazilian club Flamengo when it resumes competition this week, despite his suspension for cocaine use, Switzerland’s top court said Tuesday.In late May, the Swiss Federal Tribunal put a provisional stay on a suspension given to Guerrero by the Lausanne-based Court of Arbitration for Sport, allowing him to play for Peru at the World Cup. It had not been immediately clear if that stay applied only to the World Cup, raising concern among Flamengo fans that the club might have to get by without their star.But a spokesman for the Swiss tribunal told AFP that the May decision “is in force until the court approves other measures or reaches a final decision.”Guerrero, 34, tested positive for traces of cocaine after a World Cup qualifier between Peru and Argentina on October 5.He was initially banned for a year, this was later reduced to six months on appeal last December.That ban ended on May 3, making Guerrero eligible to play at the June 14-July 15 World Cup in Russia.But instead of accepting the ruling, Guerrero appealed to CAS in a bid to clear his name. Sport’s top arbitration court responded by increasing the reduced six-month ban to 14 months.CAS secretary general Matthieu Reeb told AFP on Tuesday that the Swiss tribunal may decide to reimpose the suspension after it receives the full argument in support of the decision reached by CAS judges, which is likely to happen by the end of the month.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Arsenal and West Ham look set to miss out on Celta Viga striker Nolito, who is on the verge of joining AC Milan.The Italian club have stepped up their chase for the in-demand Spaniard by agreeing personal terms with his representatives over the past week.Arsenal made attempts to sign the 29-year-old in January and last summer but never did enough to persuade Celta Viga to sell.West Ham were also possible suitors for Nolito but, according to El Mundo Deportivo, Milan are now at an advanced stage of an agreement with Celta Vigo, who are ready to accept around £12m for the forward.Celta had offered Nolito a new contract earlier this season but the player was clearly aware of the interest from abroad in him and opted against committing his future to the La Liga side. 1 The Gunners tried to sign Nolito in January
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers…Arsene Wenger is braced for disappointment in his attempt to sign Jamie Vardy. Vardy, 29, had promised the Arsenal boss an answer on Monday after the Gunners triggered the £20m release clause in his Leicester contract. But he did not get in contact, leaving the Londoners fearing the worst. Leicester have offered the striker a new contract and he could now stay with the Foxes. (Daily Mirror)But Arsenal have been given a huge boost in their chase for Henrikh Mkhitaryan with Borussia Dortmund set to admit defeat in their fight to keep him. The German club have failed to persuade the 27-year-old Armenian to sign a new deal. He has flatly refused to commit himself without a release clause being included in any fresh contract. (Daily Mirror)West Ham are sounding out the possibility of signing Arsenal’s Theo Walcott for a fee in the region of £25million. (London Evening Standard)Arsenal defender Calum Chambers is closing in on a deal to spend next season at Watford. Chambers will consider a year on loan as he attempts to revive his career and rekindle his talent. (Daily Mail)Chelsea are set to offer N’Golo Kante a five-year deal to reject Paris Saint-Germain and join them. The Blues are ready to hand the sought-after France international more than TREBLE his £35,000-a-week wages at Leicester to tempt him to Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)Chelsea are to step up their attempts to sign Álvaro Morata and hope to make progress this week before the start of the European Championship. The deal is complicated by the fact that Real Madrid intend to activate a £23m buy-back clause in the Juventus striker’s contract, albeit only with a view to selling him on immediately at a profit. The European champions would seek nearer to £40m for him from Chelsea. (Guardian)Chelsea have seemingly been handed a blow in their attempt to secure the signatures of two transfer targets after Roma insisted they have no intention of selling Radja Nainggolan orAntonio Rudiger this summer. (London Evening Standard)Pep Guardiola will overhaul Manchester City this summer with Yaya Toure and Pablo Zabaleta set to be the two biggest departures. Centre-half Martin Demichelis is also leaving on a Bosman, while the Blues will also consider offers for striker Wilfried Bony. (Daily Mirror)Liverpool are on the verge of completing the signing of Hector Herrera. The Porto midfielder is also wanted by Napoli, who are said to have made an €18m offer. But Herrera, 26, is now expected to join the Reds as part of Jurgen Klopp’s summer overhaul. (Daily Express)Liverpool face an uphill struggle in their pursuit of Raphael Guerreiro, with Real Madrid and Barcelona hot on the tail of the Lorient full-back. (Daily Mirror)Andros Townsend is set to stay at Newcastle even though they are in the Championship. England international winger Townsend – a target for Crystal Palace – told the relegated Magpies he is happy to remain at the club in talks with boss Rafa Benitez on Monday. (Daily Mirror)Jaap Stam is expected to be confirmed as the new manager of Reading this week after agreeing a two-year contract. The former Manchester United defender will replace Brian McDermott, who was sacked by the Championship club last month. (Daily Mail)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…?Manchester United: Highly-rated Valencia star Andre Gomes admits Jose Mourinho ‘is a great coach’Manchester United: Villarreal chief executive confirms club ready to sell Eric Bailly to Red DevilsManchester City: Wilfried Bony set for Etihad exit as Besiktas eye move for £25m flopTottenham and Liverpool on red alert as Paris Saint-Germain ace Jonathan Ikone denies Juventus dealNapoli to beat Arsenal and Manchester City to £7m Croatian star Sime Vrsaljko?Liverpool and Tottenham joined by Schalke in battle for free agent defender Nicolas N’KoulouSunderland: Black Cats join battle to land Lorient midfielder Didier Ndong
Deputy Pearse Doherty has branded the suspension of addiction counselling services for under 18s in Donegal as ‘deplorable.’The Sinn Fein politician is now demanding serious answers from both the Minister and the HSE as to why the service has been allowed to be discontinued.Deputy Doherty’s remarks come following the revelation this week that GPs in Donegal have received letters from the HSE informing them that referrals to the children’s and adolescence’s addiction counselling service have been suspended with immediate effect following the vacating of the Counselling post last week. Reacting to the news, Deputy Doherty said the revelation is simply deplorable.“Effectively, what the HSE has stated in its letter to GPs is that due to the departure last week of the Counsellor charged with the delivery of addiction based counselling in the county, that the service has been suspended with immediate effect which means that no more referrals to the service can go ahead and therefore minors living locally have no access to addiction support services.“To make matters worse, I understand that the HSE had been aware for a number of months now that this vacancy would occur, and yet now that the post is vacant it has not been filled nor has permission to recruit for the vacancy even been formally sanctioned by the HSE at national level, meaning that it is highly unlikely that a successful replacement will be appointed anytime soon.“In essence, we now have a situation whereby anyone under the age of 18 in Donegal who requires counselling support for drug or alcohol addiction or has a history of substance abuse, is no longer able to access what are essential and often lifesaving services – this is nothing short of a scandal. “The HSE, despite knowing for months that a replacement Counsellor would be required in order for patient referrals to be allowed to continue, has failed disgracefully in its duty to ensure that equity of access for young people to addiction services would be maintained as a priority.“Instead, authorities have facilitated what is shocking discrimination with regards to patients’ access to care based on geographical location, resulting in services being available to people in other counties but not to those who need them here in the Northwest.“This is simply not good enough and serious questions now need to be answered by both the HSE and the Minister for Health as to how this appalling situation was allowed to happen in the first instance, and also for them to state what action will now be taken to resume the service.“I have already this week tabled a Dáil Question to the Minister for Health in which I’ve asked him to provide details of all vacancies which remain unfilled within the CHO1 area of which Donegal is part, and also for details of the date on which authorities became aware of the need to recruit personnel in order to fill these posts once they became vacant.“In Donegal, like in other rural counties, we have a serious problem in terms of the number of our young people dying each year as a result of suicide, and for services to be stripped away like this is just inconceivable. “What is needed if we are ever to begin to tackle this scourge is a concerted effort from the state to provide all the necessary supports and services which may be availed of by anyone requiring help or who simply need to feel that their problems matter and that they are being listened to, and this is exactly what I will be saying to both the Minister and the HSE when I raise this issue in the coming days.”NO ADDICTION SERVICES IN DONEGAL FOR UNDER 18s – CLAIM was last modified: June 15th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:addiction servicesDeputy Pearse DohertydonegalHSE
SPORT: Are you 40+ years old this year and still playing GAA or looking to play football for your county? Donegal Gaelic Masters are now registered to compete in the Gaelic Masters Association Championship this summer. Players who are interested in playing for the Donegal Masters team can register at the Player registration meeting which will be held at Mc Cumhaills Social Centre in Ballybofey on the 11th May at 7-30pm.All details of the management team, insurance, fees, championship, training and matches etc will be discussed at the meeting.For more information contact 0879604817 or email email@example.comAs the Gaelic Masters motto goes “We do not stop playing because we grow old. We grow old because we stop playing!” So come along and join the ranks of other 40 something players who are active and playing football within the county!ARE YOU 40? DONEGAL GAELIC MASTERS ARE LOOKING FOR PLAYERS was last modified: May 5th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:competitiondonegalGAAMastersSport
Brand South Africa in partnership with Brand Finance and Brand Africa will reveal the top 50 South African brands that matter. (Image: MTN)Johannesburg, Thursday 20 July – Brand South Africa, in partnership with Brand Finance and Brand Africa, will on Wednesday 26 July, announce the Top 50 South African commercial brands.Announced annually since 2013, the top 50 South African most valuable brands are evaluated by Brand Finance at three different levels. These include: branded business value, brand valuation and brand value. Brand Finance calculates brand value using the Royalty Relief methodology, which determines the value a company would be willing to pay to license its brand as if it did not own it. This approach involves estimating the future revenue attributable to a brand and calculating a royalty rate that would be charged for the use of the brand.“These South African companies help to fly the country’s flag high – domestically and internationally. In today’s market, it is crucial to stand apart from the crowd. The competition is no longer on a local stage, organisations now compete on the global stage. We celebrate these commercial brands for their contribution to South Africa’s global competitiveness” said Brand South Africa’s CEO Dr Kingsley Makhubela.Media is invited as follows:Date: Wednesday 26 July 2017Time: 08h30-11h00Venue: Nelson Mandela Foundation107 Central StreetHoughtonRSVP: Ntombi Ntanzi, 081 704 1488; email firstname.lastname@example.orgBrand South Africa will be pleased to facilitate requests for interviews.Participate in the conversation on #SANationBrand
SharePrint Related4 Legendary Trackables Every Geocacher Should FindFebruary 10, 2015In “Community”Request a Treasure X trackable and be a part of a treasure hunt like no otherJuly 12, 2018In “Trackable Promotions”Request a DuckTales trackable and help the Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby find hidden treasure!May 21, 2018In “Trackable Promotions” <> Does travel to extreme locations, facing the unknown, and surviving harsh winter wilderness sound like you? Join the hunt to discover lost treasures from The Revenant. This winter, in association with Geocaching HQ, Twentieth Century Fox Filmed Entertainment has hidden a series of twenty limited edition movie props — as Trackables! Launching in select cities across the United States, Mexico, Europe, and Australia, the movie props will travel from location to location as geocachers log their finds and place them in a new geocache to continue the artifact’s journey. Share your find via social media by posting a photo using #TheRevenant. Check out more details on the Fox Movies page (scroll to the middle). The authentic movie props range from leather bags to ceramic pots to ropes.About the movie: Inspired by true events, The Revenant is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience capturing one man’s epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a quest to survive, Glass endures unimaginable grief as well as the betrayal of his confidant John Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy). Guided by sheer will and the love of his family, Glass must navigate a vicious winter in a relentless pursuit to live and find redemption. The Revenant is directed and co-written by renowned filmmaker, Academy Award winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu (Birdman, Babel).There are even several geocaches out there (predating this movie) about Hugh Glass, including “Legendary Hunters – Hugh Glass” in Pennsylvania and “Old West #9 Hugh Glass” in Utah. The full Trackable list:Movie Prop #1 – TB6ZAEKMovie Prop #2 – TB6ZAEQMovie Prop #3 – TB6ZAF9Movie Prop #4 – TB6ZAE4Movie Prop #5 – TB6ZANHMovie Prop #6 – TB6ZAMRMovie Prop #7 – TB6ZANXMovie Prop #8 – TB6ZAE8Movie Prop #9 – TB6ZANRMovie Prop #10 – TB6ZAE6Movie Prop #11 – TB6ZAFBMovie Prop #12 – TB6ZAEEMovie Prop #13 – TB6ZAFAMovie Prop #14 – TB6ZAENMovie Prop #15 – TB6ZAEFMovie Prop #16 – TB6ZAECMovie Prop #17 – TB6ZAE2Movie Prop #18 – TB6ZAMNMovie Prop #19 – TB6ZAEHMovie Prop #20 – TB6ZAEB TB6ZAE8 TB6ZAFA TB6ZAE4 We can’t wait to see the adventures unfold as these Trackables travel to incredible places and continue to be discovered! Do you see your favorite movie prop trackable in this trailer?[vsw id=”LoebZZ8K5N0″ source=”youtube” width=”560″ height=”315″ autoplay=”no”]Share with your Friends:More
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