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PNG U20 Kapuls leads New Caledonia at break

first_imgPapua New Guinea set off in the opening minute of the game as they ran downfield from the sideline with Peter Dabinyaba set free to cut in from the right but can’t walk through easily from the first attempt as New Caledonia’s Mickael Ulile clears the attack.In the 28 minute a succession of New Caledonia corner results in a great chance to Pothin Poma but saved brilliantly by PNG’s goal keeper Edward Lakae.Ten minutes before Half time, New Caledonians were caught being too cute in possession in their own box when Alu AWI picks the loose ball and side foots it into the net as PNG lead 1-0.Seconds before the half time siren, New Caledonians picked the pace to run into PNG backline but Papua New Guineans were too strong as they cut of the potential equaliser right at Halftime.last_img read more

The US Open could be suspended if field hospitals in New York are lengthened

first_imgThis Friday the primary 150 sufferers will arriveWith tennis in the background after the circuit break, the USTA has turned to assist the overflowing well being providers of New York and this Wednesday introduced that this Friday it can start to obtain the primary sufferers for coronavirus in hospitals after putting in the primary 150 beds which were enabled on the premises.From the group they level out that this field hospital will be arrange in the Lined Coaching Middle, which might host a complete of 475 beds, 20 of them for sufferers requiring admission to the ICU.One other venue of the USTA Billie Jean King Nationwide Tennis that’s being enabled for these duties is the shop of the Louis Armstrong Stadium, the second nice monitor of the enclosure, that serves to make the meals packages that are delivered to sufferers, staff and youngsters. This work has been operational since Monday previous and consists of meals for 2 days with its corresponding breakfast, lunch and dinner and in 9 days 1.2 million meal packages have already been delivered. After the postponement of Roland Garros and the cancellation of Wimbledon, the coronavirus pandemic threatens the celebration of what ought to be, underneath regular circumstances, the final Grand Slam of the season: the US Open. The United States Tennis Affiliation (USTA) supplied the courts of the USTA Billie Jean King Nationwide Tennis Middle to welcome sufferers with coronavirus because of the overcrowding of the town’s hospitals and, ready to see how the pandemic evolves in New York, It’s unknown how the US Open can be held if field hospitals proceed to be established on the premises in September.Final Friday the USTA already opened the potential of suspension via an announcement in which it assured the tennis gamers that “we now have to be affected person on our return to the courts and think about how these selections not solely have an effect on us However we do understand how our selections can affect our broad neighborhood. “The group additionally introduced that they” are wanting to return to tennis safely and can present new data when obtainable. By implementing the suggestions of medical consultants, this return will happen in the shortest attainable time. “last_img read more

Zverev: “I can compete in all three disciplines at the Games”

first_imgAlexander Zverev He’s exhibiting himself open to a number of choices throughout this break due to the coronavirus. If final week you acknowledged that you might take part in the Davis cup Madrid, whose format it rejected in the previous in the previous, now the German reveals some greater than formidable plans for the subsequent Olympics of Tokyo, which after its postponement can be held in 2021 (July 24 to August 8). “If we don’t play a event in November and the first is in Madrid, I’d be desirous to play tennis once more. So we’ve got to have a look. I all the time say that I like enjoying for Germany and I look ahead to doing all three disciplines at the Olympics. I additionally wish to play the ATP Cup and I appreciated the Davis Cup, so long as it was the actual Davis Cup, “mentioned the German, as reported by the portal Tennis World.Subsequently, to meet his plan, Zverev would take part in the Tokyo Video games in 2021 in the three modalities of tennis: singles, doubles and combined doubles. We’ll see if there, as he already did this course along with his first Grand Slam semifinal at the Australian Open, tennis Sacha take yet one more step ahead.last_img read more

‘Captaincy could ruin Holder’s career’

first_imgCHENNAI, India, CMC – A fast bowling legend and a former Australia cricket captain have criticised the appointment of Jason Holder as West Indies captain, arguing that the decision could ruin his career as a Test cricketer. Former Australia captain Ian Chappell has described the decision as a “monumental blunder” while former Windies pacer Andy Roberts as suggested Holder step down from the position to salvage his career. Holder’s elevation, first as one-day captain last December and more recently in the Test format, has drawn criticism in some quarters because of his relative inexperience. “Look, he has not settled into Test cricket. The team is failing and it will have a negative effect on him,” declared Roberts in an interview with during a visit to the Indian city of Chennai. “He is trying to be positive, but you can’t be positive when everything around you is negative.” Holder, 24, is leading the West Indies on a three-match tour of Australia where they suffered a 177 run defeat in the second Test on the fourth day yesterday to lose the series. “You will have to query the decision of the West Indies selectors, to give Jason Holder the captaincy. He is a guy who is trying to learn Test cricket. He is a good young cricketer but to burden him with that job is in my opinion ridiculous in the first place,” said Chappell. “But then when you see him captain you understand that he just has not played enough cricket to really work out what’s going on. It is a monumental blunder in my book”. Barbadian Holder is the second youngest ever Windies Test captain, replacing the more experienced Denesh Ramdin who was sacked after just 15 months in charge.last_img read more

Guyana, US commit to strengthening relations

first_imgUS Independence celebrations…1st US Chamber of Commerce to commence operations hereTrade, investment and bilateral relations between Guyana and the United States are expected to be further enhanced following the establishment of the first-ever US Chamber of Commerce in Georgetown.This was announced by US Ambassador Perry Holloway at a reception held on Wednesday to celebrate the US’s 242nd Independence Day, which was observed on July 4.“I also want to let you know that in August, the first-ever official American ChamberUS Ambassador Perry Holloway addressing the gathering at Wednesday’s reception as President David Granger and First Lady Sandra Granger, along with the Ambassador’s wife, Rosaura Holloway, look onof Commerce in Guyana will begin operations…This is a great initiative that will only help our two countries,” he posited.According to Ambassador Holloway, in recent years, the US has done a lot of good things in Guyana and will continue to do so going forward, especially in facilitating the development of the country.“All that we have done in Guyana has only been possible because of the cooperation of past and present Governments, the business community, civil society, and the uniformed services, along with the hard work of the Guyanese people; at best, at times we have simply been a catalyst or strong supporter, but the real work of advancing Guyana as a country has always been done by Guyanese and there is still more to do. I am here to tell you today that if you want us, then the United States will be by your side going forward,” he asserted.The US diplomat went on to talk about past, current and future efforts to develop Guyana and shape a better future for its citizens. To this end, he noted that in spite of all the negative press, angst and uncertainty, the country’s future is brighter than ever before, with the discovery of oil offshore.“This discovery of oil offshore is really big deal and everyone needs to take it seriously and get smarter on the issue, because while the Government of Guyana is doing many of the things that need to be done, much more will need to be done.A section of the gathering at the reception to celebrate the 242nd Independence anniversary of the United StatesI know President [David] Granger is committed to getting it right, but he cannot do it all by himself; he needs the help of all Guyanese. If things go right and the right things are done, Guyana will be more secured, prosperous and inclusive. The US stands ready to assist, but we will only be a catalyst to the enabler, the real work is for the Guyanese to do,” Ambassador Holloway opined.Meanwhile, also addressing the packed gathering in the ballroom of the Marriott Hotel was President Granger, who said that Guyana attached great importance to the relationship it shared with the US. This relationship, he outlined, has led to bilateral cooperation in economic development, education, entrepreneurship, justice improvement, and defence and security cooperation since the establishment of formal diplomatic ties on August 15, 1966.“Guyana and the United States enjoy cooperation under the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative. We look forward to deepening and widening this cooperation under a Multi-Year Strategy to increase the security, prosperity, and well-being of the people of the United States and the Caribbean. Guyana iterates its acknowledgement and appreciation of the United States’ leadership in disaster preparedness and emergency response assistance,” President Granger said.Moreover, the President noted that Guyana’s Civil Defence Commission has benefited immensely, particularly from the provision of equipment, machinery, and training. The USA, he said, indeed, has been a friend in need.“The catastrophic 2017 Caribbean hurricane season confirmed how destructive are the threats posed by extreme weather events to mainland America and to the small-island developing and low-lying coastal states of the Caribbean. Guyana looks forward to collaborating with the USA and other mainland States to mitigate the harmful effects of global warming and to provide relief to the victims of hurricanes and other natural disasters,” the Head of State noted.He continued that the ‘Declaration of Independence’ was the philosophy for the establishment of a new nation in the new world of the western hemisphere and inaugurated a process of demographic change, geographic expansion and economic growth, making the United States of America today one of the most cosmopolitan countries and technologically advanced economies on earth.The event was also attended by First Lady Sandra Granger; Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo; Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge; Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland; Ministers of the Government, Members of the parliamentary Opposition and the diplomatic corps.last_img read more

NEBC Yukon Midget Trackers to host Fort McMurray this Saturday at North Peace Arena

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northeast B.C. Yukon Midget Trackers are home to play one game this weekend.On Saturday, October 12, the Trackers will be host to the Fort McMurray Barons.This is the first game of the season for the Trackers to be playing against the Barons.- Advertisement -So far this season, in the Northern Division, the Barons are standing in fourth place with two wins and two losses, meanwhile, the Trackers are in first place with three wins and a tie.The Midget Trackers vs Barons game goes this Saturday at 1:45 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.last_img read more

Montney reserve takes centre stage

first_imgEnergy Minister Bill Bennett says B.C.’s Shale Gas reserves are front and centre at an international summit in Montreal.In an interview with the Vancouver Sun, Bennett says he was impressed that the CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, spent about a third of a keynote speech talking about B.C.’s shale gas reserves.In the speech, the CEO said Shell is now producing enough gas in the Groundbirch region to meet the needs of more than 400,000 homes. The company has 175 producing wells in the region and sees potential to increase that to 250 wells per year.- Advertisement -Even with those numbers, the company believes they are still in the early stages of development in Groundbirch.Royal Dutch Shell’s CEO Peter Voser also noted technology has touch off what he calls a “natural gas supply revolution that has increased energy security for North America. And that has the potential to alter the energy landscape for the world as a whole.”Bennett says the speech was his first inkling that people in the international oil and gas community know where British Columbia is – or if they didn’t before, they certainly do now.Advertisement Click Here to read the entire article from the Vancouver Sun.last_img read more

Unbelievable! Frank Lampard Man City equaliser awarded as an ‘own goal’ against Chelsea

first_imgDISCLAIMER: Like Manuel Pellegrini saying Chelsea played like a “small team”, this video is just a joke.This just in, Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard has revealed the real reason he didn’t celebrate scoring against Chelsea at the weekend… it was actually an own goal past Thibaut Courtois!At least, that is the spoof breaking ‘news’ coming from talkSPORT’s tongue-in-cheek YouTube channel – check out the video report above.“I was brought on by Pellegrino to use my experience, but my experience is scoring goals for Chelsea,” Lampard supposedly said. “That, and being told I’m fat by badly overweight rival fans.”For this and more news about Liverpool slipping again, Michel Platini’s view Man United and Christine Bleakley-John Terry jokes, click play!Get the funny side of sport with talkSPORT on YouTube: read more


first_imgA total of 220 new jobs were created in the Donegal Gaeltacht in 2013, the annual report of Udaras na Gaeltachta has revealed.There were 1,942 full-time equivalent jobs in Údarás-supported companies in the Donegal Gaeltacht at year end.When job losses are taken into account, there was a net gain of 64 new jobs, an increase of 3.4% on the previous year. New jobs were created in companies throughout the Donegal Gaeltacht, such as Randox Teo, An Clochán Liath; Arán Ard Teoranta, Ard a Rátha; Comhlacht Iascaireachta Fánaid Teo, Fánaid; Faisc Miotail Éireann Teo, and in new projects such as Mobileonix Teo and Millíní Adhmaid Dhún na nGall Teo which are located on the Gaoth Dobhair Business Park.Companies operating in the tourism, construction, services and manufacturing sectors shed jobs throughout the year.An tÚdarás approved a significant number of new projects with an anticipated total investment of over €11 million, which are expected to create 246 new jobs when fully operational.A total of 296 people were employed in social employment schemes in the Donegal Gaeltacht at the end of the year. These schemes are managed and administered by Údarás na Gaeltachta and funded through the Department of Social Protection. Other DevelopmentsA number of Údarás properties were refurbished and upgraded during the year. An Marglann (the old mart) in Gleann Cholm Cille was redeveloped and leased to Cairdeas na bhFidléirí, who plan to develop a traditional music interpretive centre that will focus on all aspects of traditional Irish music, song and dance from Donegal.Refurbishment work began on an Údarás-owned premises in the Gaoth Dobhair Business Park which is being redeveloped to include three modern enterprise units, aimed at attracting enterprises in the medical devices and internationally traded services sectors. The promotional DVD for Áislann Ghaoth Dobhair was produced and will be used as a marketing and sales tool to attract businesses to locate in the Áislann.A Development Plan for Baile na FinneA five-year development plan was prepared for greater Baile na Finne area during the year. The purpose of this plan is to set out a development programme for the area for 2013-2017. ConnectG / CeangalGA new project called CeangalG commenced in 2013. The project, which is located on the Gaoth Dobhair Business Park, is a cross-border project, funded by the Interreg IVA Programme and operated by An tÚdarás in conjunction with Sabhal Mór Ostaig in Scotland and Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich in Belfast.The aim of the project is to encourage and strengthen co-operation between public sector agencies in the border regions of Northern Ireland, Ireland and Scotland and it places a particular emphasis on supporting enterprises that make use of Irish and/or Scottish Gaelic languages.Interreg ‘ Innovation and Growth Programme’ Initiatives under the Interreg IVA ‘Innovation and Growth Programme’ continued during the year. The programme, which is led by Údarás in co-operation with the North East Partnership, assists participating businesses in identifying strategic overseas partners and growth potential in international markets. There are 24 participants from Donegal businesses taking part in the 3 year programme.TOTAL GAIN OF 64 NEW JOBS IN DONEGAL GAELTACHT – UDARAS REPORT was last modified: January 21st, 2014 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:annual reportjobsÚdarás na Gaeltachtalast_img read more

La Salle gets big test today

first_imgThe race for the Camino Real League football title heats up for La Salle High School today when it hosts St. Anthony of Long Beach at 1:45 p.m. The Lancers (5-2, 1-0) have been impressive since their 31-28 loss to Temple City on Sept. 23, scoring three consecutive victories that included a 47-0 league-opening win over St. Monica last week. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Maranatha (5-1, 1-0) at Brentwood (5-1, 0-0), 2 p.m. After last week’s 32-14 Delphic League-opening victory over Downey Calvary Chapel, the Minutemen cracked the Division XIII rankings at No. 10. But the Delphic League is the most difficult in the division and every game is difficult the rest of the way, beginning with the Eagles ranked No. 2 and coming off a 24-14 nonleague victory over Pasadena Poly. Webb (2-4, 0-1) at Pasadena Poly (2-3, 0-0), 2 p.m. The Panthers are coming off a nonleague loss to Brentwood, ranked No. 2 in Division XIII. The Panthers also lost to a tough San Diego Parker school and No. 6 Campbell Hall, making their record somewhat deceiving. They should still be a contender for the Prep League title and face a Gauls team that has lost four of its past five. Fred J. Robledo can be reached at (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4485, or by e-mail at 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img The Saints (5-1, 0-2) were unbeaten before a 42-0 loss to league favorite Verbum Dei last week. If the Lancers can get by this test, they will likely face Verbum Dei for the league title next week. last_img read more