Dale Moss Calls Fiancee Clare Crawley a ‘Queen’ as They Get Coffee

first_img– Advertisement – Starting their new life together. The Bachelorette‘s Clare Crawley and her fiancé, Dale Moss, did something for the first time on Saturday, November 7, that most couples take for granted.“Grabbing our first coffee together,” the hairstylist, 39, captioned a video on Instagram showing the pair in a car wearing sweatshirts as they fooled around with a voice-changing app.Bachelorette's Dale Moss Calls Fiancee Clare Crawley a 'Queen' as They Grab 1st Coffee After Confirming EngagementDale Moss and Clare Crawley Courtesy Dale Moss/Instagram- Advertisement – “Can you be any effin cuter???” one fan commented on the post. “You give me hope.”“You guys are adorable. Super happy for you,” another wrote.The couple got engaged just two weeks into filming the new season of The Bachelorette, with the model getting down on one knee and proposing on the Thursday, November 5, episode.“From the moment I stepped out of the limo, this was special,” Moss told the California native. “I know without the shadow of a doubt that you would go to the end of the world for me and I’ve never had that. I’m so grateful for that. … I’ve thought a lot about my mother and what she would think about you. She would absolutely love you. All she’s ever wanted for me is someone who loves me unconditionally and who would be there for me no matter what. I know that I have that. And I love you.’”“I love you too. … The best is yet to come,” Crawley whispered before he got down on one knee to propose. “Put that ring on my finger, I’ve waited a lot of years for this,” she said, calling herself “Clare Moss” as he slipped the sparkler onto her left hand.In an interview with Good Morning America on Friday, November 6, Moss said he knew early on that he’d found The One.“After we had our first group date, in my mind and in my heart, everything was already written,” he admitted, saying there was “never a second thought” about proposing so soon.Crawley said in an Instagram Live on Thursday that she is “the happiest I’ve ever been.”Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants “All right, y’all, so who sounds higher? Say what up,” the former NFL player, 32, said in a low voice as he turned the camera to Crawley.“What up? What voice is it on? Normal?” the reality TV player replied in a deep voice.“This is giant voice,” Moss replied.- Advertisement – “Do I sound like a giant right now?” his fiancée asked.“You sound beautiful,” he responded. “You sound like a queen.”“Thank you,” she sang back to him.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Syracuse settles for tie with Albany despite dominating possession battle

first_img Published on August 24, 2012 at 11:08 pm Contact Josh: jmhyber@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+ At the 36-minute mark of the second half, Syracuse midfielder Alyscha Mottershead sent a pass into the box toward forward Erin Simon, who waited near the far post. Simon headed the ball into the hands of the diving Albany goalkeeper Jackie Ubert.SU players believed the ball crossed the goal line. The linesman called no goal.A frustrating evening for the Orange, who outshot visiting Albany 22-6, concluded in a 1-1 draw in front of 453 at SU soccer Stadium Friday. Sophomore Hanna Strong scored her first career goal in the first half, but the Orange (1-0-1) couldn’t extend its lead and had to settle for the tie.“It was a dominant performance,” SU head coach Phil Wheddon said. “To have 20 shots and 13 corner kicks and they had six shots and zero corner kicks, it just shows you the attacking power we put out there today.“Having said that, it does us no good if we don’t put the ball in the back of the net.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse dominated ball possession and created plenty of scoring opportunities. Mottershead and fellow midfieldersRosina Callisto, Jackie Firenze made it difficult for the Great Danes to bring the ball across midfield, and the Orange controlled the game.SU attacked along the right side much of the night offensively.Freshman right back Taylor Haenlin sent lead passes to Alexis Koval, and although many were cleared by Albany defenders, they set up time in the offensive zone. Koval’s quick footwork set up several scoring opportunities.One shot was saved by Ubert, another was called back for offsides.Still, Syracuse stayed aggressive in the offensive zone and it paid off with just over 15 minutes left in the first half.Strong and senior forward Jenna Rickan entered the game with 17 minutes left in the half. The duo made an immediate impact.SU worked a designed play from the sideline. Haenlin threw a pass into the box that skimmed the top of Strong’s head, which Rickan headed down and Strong chest volleyed it into the net to put the Orange up 1-0.“I came on and I knew I had to bring energy,” Strong said. “We’ve practiced those plays with Taylor’s long throw and I knew where I had to be and I was able to rebound it in.”Syracuse held the one-goal lead at halftime after keeping the Great Danes from taking a single shot in the first 45 minutes.The play slowed down in the second half, and Albany gained more and more chances. SU goalkeeper Brittany Anghel wasn’t truly tested, but she turned away the shots that came her way early in the half.SU controlled the tempo as it kept the advantage. Then came the controversial non-goal call early in the second half.“Unfortunately through the whole scramble the linesman didn’t see it. But we all tried to scream and make sure he was aware of it,” Mottershead said. “Going forward I guess we can’t rely on those close calls and put a few more opportunities away next time.”The call changed the momentum of the game.Albany’s Aubrey VanGorder had a shot sail wide and another saved with 19 minutes to play in the match. Minutes later, Great Danes forward Regina Nowicki finally broke through with a goal to tie the score at 1-1.The match went to overtime and neither team managed the decisive score in the 20 minutes of extra time.“Unfortunately it didn’t happen for us today. But maybe we can get it done earlier in the game so we don’t have to leave it until overtime,” Mottershead said. Commentslast_img read more

South senior football final a ‘headache fixture’ for GAA

first_imgThe 2017 South Senior Football Final replay is set to be played 8 months after the semi final.Clonmel Commercials and Moyle Rovers played the semi final on August 30 last year, and the final on Sunday afternoon – January 7th – with just 4 days notice.The replay now looks set to take place following Tipperary’s National League campaign in April. Moyle Rovers manager Niall Fitzgerald says it seems to be a headache fixture for the GAA, and that needs to change…last_img