LocalNews 25 to be recognized ahead of Castle Bruce feast by: – August 8, 2015 Share Sharing is caring! 279 Views no discussions Tweet Parliamentary representative for the Castle Bruce Constituency, Johnson DrigoTwenty- five residents of Castle Bruce will be recognized on Saturday 8 August 2015 for their contributions towards the community. The residents will be awarded in the areas of education, agriculture, health, youth and sports, community development and entrepreneurship.Parliamentary representative for Castle Bruce, Johnson Drigo said the awards ceremony is taking place ahead of the annual parish feast, ‘Lady of Health’ carded for 14-16 August 2015. “Additionally we will be awarding persons in the diaspora who have been giving back to the community on a regular basis, there is an association called the Castle Bruce Houston Association, they will be recognized because they have been giving tremendously to the community in scholarship, sporting equipment and these areas and so and so this evening we will be saying thank you to these outstanding individuals who have done remarkably for the community,” Minister Drigo said. Mr. Drigo said some of the awardees include retirees and youth.Some of the activities to mark the feast will include three nights of mass organized by the Catholic Church, panel discussion on Education where the principals of both primary and secondary schools in the community, a representative from the Dominica State College and Preschool Teacher will speak on the strengths and areas to be improved on and to ensure all education opportunities are taken advantage of. Saturday 15 August, there will be a band splash featuring Triple Kay Global with a performance from Asa Banton while on Sunday 16 August, there will be a cultural gala, domino competition, an appearance by past queen contestants, Midnight Groovers and the First Serenade Bands. Share Share
Share Share BusinessLocalNewsRegional Flow Customers Keep Winning As CANOC Grants Flow Broadcast Rights for 2018 Commonwealth Games by: – March 28, 2018 Tweet Sharing is caring! 92 Views no discussions Share Press ReleaseMiami, FL (March 23) – More exciting sports action is in store for Flow customers as Flow Sports is now the official Caribbean broadcaster of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (GC2018). The recently signed agreement with the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC) will give Caribbean viewers unprecedented coverage of the region’s athletes participating in this year’s Commonwealth Games. Over 1.5 million global viewers are expected to tune in to view the games.Flow customers can now catch live and exclusive coverage of the events on Flow Sports 1, Flow Sports 2 and up to three additional “Flow Sports Extra” channels. Flow’s mobile customers will also have live access via WiFi or Mobile Data to the Games via the Flow Sports 1 App. This will allow mobile subscribers across the region, even those without cable subscription, to watch the Commonwealth Games live. HRH Prince Charles will open the Commonwealth Games on April 4 in Queensland, Australia, and Flow will deliver over 250 hours of live coverage for two full weeks of this world class event which culminates on April 14. Flow’s coverage of the Commonwealth Games comes closely on the heels of the Caribbean’s premier junior athletics meet, the Flow CARIFTA Games held March 30 – April 2 in Nassau, Bahamas. “We are proud to broadcast these significant games and to provide a platform for young athletes to showcase their talents to the world. Our partnership with CANOC gives us another opportunity to highlight our regional excellence in sports. It also provides valuable exposure for our young athletes not only to sports fans across the Caribbean but also potential scouts for universities and athletic clubs. This brings them one step closer to realizing their dreams of becoming world class athletes and Olympians” said Flow’s Caribbean President, Garry Sinclair. Sinclair also commented on Flow’s ongoing investment in Caribbean sports, “Flow is part of the daily lives of our Caribbean communities. We will continue to invest in the platforms, content and sporting events that enable our young boys and girls to see themselves and dream of what they can achieve if they commit to the dedication and hard work that can earn them a spot in the Commonwealth Games and other world class sporting events.”The GC2018 is the largest sporting event to be held in Australia this decade with 15,000 volunteers and over 6,600 athletes and officials expected to converge on Queensland from over 70 nations and territories. Included in this mix are 14 Caribbean countries who will be represented at the games and compete in 18 sporting events and 7 para sports that include Track and Field, Boxing, Aquatics, Netball, Beach Volleyball, Rugby Sevens, Squash. For a quick preview of the GC2018 games click here to watch this video.The games, which take place every four years, are being held in Australia’s Gold Coast; live coverage on the Flow Sports Networks will start each evening at 7pm Eastern Caribbean Time and extend well into the late-night hours. Caribbean fans can also follow live Commonwealth Games events each morning, which is evening in Australia. According to CANOC President, Brian Lewis, “We are pleased that together with the CGF, Lagardere, Panam Sports and Flow Sports the CANOC Executive is able to provide our athletes and youth with coverage of the Gold Coast 2018 Games.” Lewis stated, “The opportunity to ensure that there is unprecedented coverage of our athletes at the Commonwealth Games within our region is a priority.”He further noted, “CANOC is unwavering in its support of the CGF transformation 2022 Agenda and believes it’s essential that the profile of the Commonwealth Games be given a higher prominence”.The Games will be broadcast via Flow Sports in the following Caribbean territories (listed in alphabetical order): Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, The Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Kitts & Nevis, St. Martin, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos.
CLEVELAND, Ohio- The Cleveland Monsters have made two roster signings that will be effective for the rest of the season, as they have signed former Boston College defenseman Scott Savage and Saginaw Spirit forward Hayden Hodgson to amateur tryout contracts for the remainder of the season.Savage, 21, had a 5-24-29 stat line with 24 minutes spent in the penalty box in 40 appearances with Boston College this NCAA season. He had played in a career total of 154 games in the NCAA and totaled ten goals and sixty-one assists in his career. Savage also spent time in the USHL from 2011-13, putting out a 3-5-8 stat line in 52 appearances.Hodgson, 21, is an undrafted player who has played in the OHL for the Erie Otters, Sarnia Sting and Saginaw Spirit and has a total of 294 collegiate appearances. 331 minutes in the box and a 87-70-157 career stat line is what Hodgson brings to the table. This season, Hodgson has a 38-28-66 stat line and 71 penalty minutes in 67 appearances for Saginaw.The Monsters take on Chicago at 7pm tonight at The Q. Related TopicsBoston CollegeCleveland MonstersErie OttersHayden HodgsonSaginaw SpiritSarnia StingScott Savage Eli Mooneyham Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling.
PENSACOLA, Fla. – The Argos took down the Flames by a final score of 1-0 in Friday night’s key Gulf South Conference matchup. This win is the seventh shutout of the year for West Florida, and is the first time that Lee University has been shut out all season. UWF is now (4-2-2) overall against the Flames and (2-1-1) when playing at the UWF Soccer Complex. FIRST HALF: The only goal of the game came in the 22nd minute when Grace Busby got ahold of one in the goalie box, and tapped it over to Sam Waarum, who then nailed the back of the net with the ball to put the Argonauts up 1-0.SECOND HALF: The second half was a crazy back and forth battle, as both teams got multiple good looks from inside the box. Both teams had seven shots in the second half, and had the fans on the edge of their seats until the final whistle blew.OVERALL STATS: UWF Senior Sam Waarum was busy as she took seven of the corner kicks that the Argonauts had in Friday’s game. UWF had eight corner kicks and Lee only had four. West Florida outshot the Flames 16-12. Watch Live Preview #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version Full Schedule Roster Live Stats Shorter 10/7/2018 – 3:00 p.m. NEXT UP: The Argos will matchup with Shorter University at 3pm CT on Sunday afternoon at the UWF Soccer Complex. Shorter is (3-8) overall and (1-4) in conference play this season. The Hawks are coming off of two straight victories, where they defeated Delta State 3-2 and shutout Spring Hill College 3-0.For the latest information on West Florida women’s soccer, follow Argo athletics on Twitter @GoArgos. Next Game:
Kenai Peninsula Safe Kids Coalition Coordinator Jane Fellman detailed how parents can make their children more visible for drivers when walking. Fellman said anyone interested in getting more information on how to keep children walking to school or bus stops safe to contact her at the Central Peninsula Hospital at 714-4539 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She also said that although drivers must always be aware, it is important for both youth and adult pedestrians to remain vigilant as well. Fellman: “But the reality is that it’s on all four sides is what we say, the front, the back, the sides. If you put it on their pant legs so that you could even do a circle, you could see the movement of somebody walking, the same thing with their back and their arms. Key pulls are okay and I give those out but really you can only see those from the fronts and there is so much more danger out there not being able to see people from behind. A lot of the backpacks you buy today have reflective tape on them or a material that shines. I really encourage kids to get head lanterns.” Fellman: “Teaching children that that even though you have reflective gear on and you think people can see you, it’s still their responsibility to be watching and looking and paying attention, if they can see headlights or if they hear a car coming to use their ears as well and to be able to be able to get themselves into a safe area.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Pedestrian safety is on everyone’s minds after an accident where a ten year-old girl walking was struck by a vehicle on Poppy Ridge this morning.
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES He defeated Rio de Janeiro gold medalist Park Sang-young 15-11 in the quarterfinals before taking a 15-9 win over Russia’s Vadim Anokhin in the final four.The 30-year-old Minobe won his first World Cup title in November 2015, becoming the first Japanese fencer to win an individual title in epee, according to the Japan Fencing Federation. KEYWORDS Kazuyasu Minobe | KYODO IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Kazuyasu Minobe won his second career World Cup event on Friday in Germany when he beat Ukraine’s Bogdan Nikishin in the epee final.Minobe, ranked 12th in the world, took the Heidenheimer Pokal title by beating world No. 3 Nikishin 15-13 in the final. Kazuyasu Minobe, Bogdan Nikishin, Heidenheimer Pokal RELATED PHOTOS
Nigeria will confront Cameroon in one of the Round of 16 matches of the 32nd Africa Cup of Nations finals ongoing in Egypt, at the Alexandria Stadium where the Super Eagles played their group matches, on Saturday, 6th July. The match will kick off 5pm Nigeria time.This tantalizing fixture was accomplished on Tuesday evening after a 0-0 draw with Benin Republic, and Ghana’s 2-0 defeat of Guinea Bissau, condemned the Cup holders to second place in Group F, and a direct confrontation with the second –placed team in Group B, being Nigeria.Cameroon defeated Nigeria in the final of the Africa Cup of Nations in 1984, 1988 and 2000, but most painful for the Super Eagles was that agonizing penalty shoot-out loss in front of home fans at the National Stadium, Lagos on 13th February 2000.In 2004, Jay Jay Okocha spearheaded a sweet 2-1 defeat of then Cup holders (as they are now) Cameroon in a quarterfinal match at the Stade Mustapha Ben Jannet in Monastir, Tunisia and in the 2018 FIFA World Cup African qualifying series, the Super Eagles lashed the Lions 4-0 in Uyo and were forced to a 1-1 draw in Yaounde.Nigeria and Cameroon share eight African titles between them. While the Indomitable Lions have won five times (1984, 1988, 2000, 2002 and 2017), Nigeria were champions in 1980, 1994 and 2013.The match which kicks off at 5pm (Nigerian time), is expected to be a clash of titans, and the Super Eagles would be expected to pick themselves up from Sunday’s stunning defeat by Madagascar and battle the bitter rivals the way they should.RelatedINSIDE AFCON 2019: Nigeria Battle Tunisia for Third Place After Failing to Advance to FinalJuly 17, 2019In “AFCON”INSIDE AFCON 2019: Mikel Obi Misses Training As Eagles Step Up Preparation For Cameroon ShowdownJuly 3, 2019In “AFCON”INSIDE AFCON 2019: Adepoju Urges Super Eagles To Do ‘Much More’ Against Bafana Bafana (AUDIO)July 9, 2019In “AFCON”
The £1million per-season programme, which will now run until the end of the 2021/22 campaign, provides EFL Clubs with a financial incentive to give home grown players more first team opportunities. Confirmation of the extension follows a week of high profile coverage of the work of the EFL and its Clubs are undertaking in developing some of the best young players in the country.Since launching in December 2016, Clubs are rewarded for providing starting opportunities in EFL fixtures for players under the age of 21 and who are eligible to play for England (or Wales for Swansea City and Newport County).Other initiatives that have been developed recently include the introduction of the Club Developed Player Rule at the start of the 2018/19 season, which ensures each Club is required to nominate at least one Club Developed Player on their teamsheet of players for all League competition matches, alongside an increase in the number of home grown players that must also be named from six to seven.EFL Chief Executive, Shaun Harvey, said: “I am delighted we have been able to confirm a significant extension to a campaign which provides EFL Clubs with a tangible, financial reward for providing young players with first team opportunities.“The announcement comes at the end of a week of raising awareness of a key strategic aim of the EFL, to create more and better home grown players. Clubs invest over £90million a year into Youth Development programmes and are supported centrally by regulatory interventions.”With one in four registered players in the EFL being eligible for EFL Futures, the Sky Bet Championship has seen the biggest increase in starting appearances for young English players, rising by 15% since 2017.There have been almost 1,500 starting opportunities so far this season for 169 young English players across all three EFL divisions.Funding is provided through the 1% Youth Development Levy, with the campaign central to the EFL’s ambition to create opportunities for young players and representing a collective commitment between Clubs and our partners to improve opportunities for home grown players.For more information on EFL Futures or the EFL’s commitment to Youth Development, click here.
Round of sixteen action on todayThe Courts Pee-Wee Football action continues today with round of sixteen action at the ministry of Education Ground on Carifesta Avenue.In the first of the matches, St Agnes will play Colaaco from 12:30 on pitch one with Tucville playing Maes on pitch two.Marian Academy gets going from 13:30 against Golden Grove on pitch one with West Ruimveldt playing Plaisance Orphanage on pitch two.Following that, St Pius goes up against Soesdyke on from 14:30 on pitch one with pitch two action featuring Timehri and Mocha.The final two matches of the day will feature St Ambrose and South from 15:30 and North Georgetown and Enterprise.Other sponsors include, the Ministry of Education, Banks Malta Supreme and Rainforest Waters.
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