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Rugby League BY JOAN NICK UPNG Journalism Student The lower Koiari Rugby League has thanked its major sponsors for a successful season this year despite the minor hiccups. President Michael Tinemau commended everyone involved in the 2019 season especially principal of Laloki Secondary School Martin Seve and the major sponsor Nelson Lawyers. “I thank the Laloki High school principal, Martin Seve for lending us the school’s oval to allow this competition to take place and also the major sponsor Nelson Saroa the principal of Nelson Lawyers for their financial assistance in this competition,” he said. Tinemau said the league received a total of K16, 000 for the competition from the Nelson Lawyers. K6,000 for the knock-outs and K10,000 for the grand final. There were a total of eight clubs that registered to take part in this season’s competition. Tinemau said the clubs consisted of both men’s and women’s teams that competed in three divisions. There were a few promising talent in the competition however, they had issues with the school oval that they were using causing them to end their season late. This late finish resulted in players not qualifying for the Southern Zone confederate challenge. Tinemau confirmed that major sponsor Nelson Lawyers have pledged to continue the support for next year’s competition.
Three people were pronounced dead at the scene in a horrific motor vehicle crash this afternoon on I-75 in Campbell County. First Responders are working feverishly at this hour to save the life of a 10-year old child. The youngster is trapped inside a van that E-911 Officials say ran up under the back of an 18-wheeler.Lifestar is landing on the scene of the accident on I-75 near Exit 141 (the north Caryville exit). Firefighters with the Caryville Fire Department are in the process of cutting the boy out of the van.The southbound van rammed up under the big rig at 5:26 pm this afternoon. Three others in the van were pronounced dead at the scene. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/08/2018-6:00PM)UPDATE: The 10-year old boy is loaded and set to be flown to a Knoxville hospital. One crew member on the chopper describes the youngster as being “fully alert.” (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/08/2018-6:15PM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
DK is the hero who gives freedom ‘I am very happy to be back in the IPL team. DK Bhai (Dinesh Karthik) is the best captain. He gives a lot of freedom and supports both on and off the field. He always says to prepare yourself for every match. Leading from the front he is a hero who wants to do everything to perfection. He wants this accuracy in all categories, ”Sandeep Warrier told the Times of India.Arrival at KolkataHe was part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team in 2013 but did not play in any match until 2015. Though no one bought Sandeep in the 2019 star auction, Kamlesh Nagercoil was replaced by Kolkata Knight Riders. ‘When I was called up from the Kolkata team last season, I was watching a domestic match in Chennai.The KKR team thought I was calling for a trial. But in the evening, it was learned that Nagercoil was included in the team as a replacement. It was a big moment for me. It was great to play for a big team like KKR, ”said Sandeep.Matches of the Kovid periodSandeep has not been able to play any matches for a long time after Kovid. I have not played a single match in the last 5 months. He is happy to be back on the cricket field. The IPL is a great platform for young players. Great pleasure to be a part of it. The best team is with Kolkata this time, ”said Sandeep. Sandeep had recently left Kerala for Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy.CareerThe 29-year-old Sandeep has played in three IPL matches, taking two wickets.
(BBC) Anthony Joshua’s rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr., looks set to take place in New York in November or Cardiff in December. Joshua, 29, lost his IBF, WBA and WBO world titles to Ruiz in New York on 1 June and invoked his contractual right to a rematch.Dates have been fixed at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on 14 December or a return to Madison Square Garden on 29 November.A west coast city in the US has also made a late offer to stage the contest. Two other unnamed countries have also bid for the fight.Joshua’s team were keen to finalise a date for the bout last week but the offers from new countries have delayed them in confirming Cardiff or New York.The financial packages put forward in the late bids were lucrative enough to merit discussions, though there is concern the countries in question do not hold a substantial track record in staging high-profile boxing events. Cardiff is the only UK option because the Principality Stadium can offer a roof along with a large capacity during a British winter but Joshua is said to be keen on a return to Madison Square Garden, where his US debut was wrecked by Ruiz in one of heavyweight boxing’s biggest shocks.American Ruiz – who fights under a Mexican flag as a result of his heritage – has talked up fighting in Los Angeles or Mexico.The 29-year-old’s comments and delays in confirming the rematch has led to speculation negotiations have stalled or that the champion was contemplating trying to avoid Joshua. But Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn has said Ruiz would face legal proceedings if he were to pursue another path.
By ANEEKA SIMONIS EIGHT lives were lost on Cardinia Shire roads last year, the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) revealed. Between…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
By Brian LoveSeven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher, who sustained severe head injuries in a ski accident on December 31, is no longer in a coma and has left the French hospital where he was being treated since the accident, his spokeswoman said on Monday.“Michael has left the CHU Grenoble (hospital) to continue his long phase of rehabilitation. He is not in a coma anymore,” spokeswoman Sabine Kehm said in a statement which gave no details of where he was being transferred to.The German who won a record 91 Grand Prix victories and left motor racing last year after a disappointing three-year comeback, slammed his head on a rock while skiing off-piste in the French Alps resort of Meribel.“For the future we ask for understanding that his further rehabilitation will take place away from the public eye, the brief statement said of Schumacher, who turned 45 earlier this year.
The Liberia National Police (LNP) says it is taken aback over reports in the media that anti-robbery officers were involved with the shooting of a man identified as Prince Toe during an armed robbery raid in Central Monrovia.The LNP said in a statement released in Monrovia on Friday, that the media must be professional in its reportage as the LNP remains committed in providing security to the people of Liberia.The LNP said speculations that the victim was shot by one of its officers who used an AK 47 Assault Rifle is “unfounded, misleading and lacks substance,” as the LNP’s arsenal contains no AK Rifle, least to say assigned to police officers.The LNP said victim Toe, who is currently undergoing medical treatment at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Sinkor, was shot after a suspected armed gang who were retreating, allegedly opened fire with live bullets on LNP anti robbery officers who were on patrol.The LNP said following the shooting incident that night, it was noticed that one of the alleged robbers was shot by a retreating robber from the front at which time the victim was identified as Prince Toe.Afterward, the LNP said the victim was arrested alongside one other suspected armed robber, identified as James Logan.The police said before the August 26, incident, the victim was already among ten hard-core criminals wanted by the LNP for his alleged involvement in series of deadly armed attacks on the home of a Liberian businessman and other residents in Sinkor and Congo Town respectively.The LNP has meanwhile called on residents of Monrovia and its environs to furnish the police with needed information that will lead to the arrest of suspected criminals within their communities.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
— presents “resolution” to President GrangerAn overseas group of Guyanese in Brooklyn and Queens, New York, USA, have formulated a list of things they hope the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Administration can do to somewhat salvage what could soon be a broken relationship with Guyanese in the Diaspora.The group headed by Dr Asquith Rose, met in Queens, New York, back in September to formulate this resolution addressed to President Granger, and which was subsequently adopted at a meeting held by the group in Brooklyn on October 8.According to the letter written to the President – which was seen by Guyana Times – the resolution is in response to the manner in which Guyanese in the New York Diaspora felt “they are being treated by you and the Government of Guyana which they help to elect to office on May 11, 2015.They also felt that the promises made by you to establish a Department in the Diaspora, among others has not been fulfilled and that since the election, you have not even attempted to meet with them despite your several visits to New York.” The letter stated that the President met with an elected few upper middle class Guyanese who were nowhere around during the elections to raise funds to help the APNU/AFC get elected.While the members of the groups bear no malice against you or anyone else, they felt disrespected and disappointed by your actions. Many have opted to no longer align or associate with the coalition,” Rose penned in a letter on behalf of the group. The letter said that members of the Diaspora have on several occasions raised funds to help elect the Government to office, and that the President had deemed the Diaspora the 11th Region of Guyana, “but he has not fulfilled his promise to appoint a Member of Parliament from the Diaspora or establish a Department in the Diaspora in order to engage its members in the decision-making process. He has not appointed anyone from the Diaspora to positions in Guyana or as diplomat or consultant.”It said, “The President visited New York on several occasions, but has not held a Town Hall style meeting or has not met with the grassroots Guyanese who are supporters of the Government.”According to Dr Rose, the President instead on his most recent visit to New York in September 2016, met with an elite group of Guyanese who have done very little in mobilising support for the Government before and after the 2015 General Elections.The overseas-based group said it is critically important for the President to understand that his actions could have consequences for his Government, and that it was therefore, important upon him and members of Cabinet to establish communication with the grassroots groups in the Diaspora and not a handful of elite Guyanese or close friends.“The President should make himself available to address the Afro-and Indo-Guyanese groups in the Diaspora that have helped to elect him to office,” the group said.The groups, according to Dr Rose, are still waiting and arecalling for the promised “Diaspora Department” to address the concerns and needs of its members, and to facilitate and validate their contributions to the country’s development; to recognise members of the Diaspora as Guyanese who are interested in the development of Guyana and not as foreigners or obstructionists to the development of the country.
Sergio Ramos Panenka He did it in Euro 2012 and in Spain’s first Euro 2016 qualifier, Sergio Ramos once again scored a classy Panenka.The centre-back scored his side’s first in a 5-1 hammering of Macedonia, with Paco Alcacer, Sergio Busquets, David Silva and Pedro scoring the others.Check out the effort against Macedonia and the one against Portugal two years ago. 1