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Lady Wildcats Fall Short Against Lady Tigers

first_imgThe Varsity FC Lady Wildcats faced their toughest game of the year so far but lost to the Lawrenceburg Tigers 5-0 amid torrential downpours. The players battled a fast and physical team and stayed with them the entire game.Gk Shelby Pearson recorded 14 saves on the night delivering another outstanding performance. Freshman Kylee Gibson and Claudia Mauntel showed great composure for first year varsity players during the second half and were effective in containing the attack and the speed of the Tigers.The JV Game was suspended three times due to lightening and eventually canceled.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Cindy Adams.last_img read more

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NPFL: Plateau United beat Jigawa Golden Stars

first_imgRelatedPosts NPFL: Coach Dogo leaves Sunshine Stars NFF sanctions NPFL 2019/2020 final table Plateau United dedicates continental ticket to fans Plateau United Football Club of Jos on Sunday defeated Jigawa Golden Stars FC of Dutse 2-1 in a Match Day 22 fixture of the 2019/2020 Nigeria Professional Football League. The match, played at the Zaria Road Stadium in Jos, saw Oche Ocheochi and Tosin Omoyele scoring for Plateau United in the 32nd and 38th minutes respectively. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Jigawa Golden Stars reduced the tally 13 minutes to the end of the match officiated by Patience Madu. Speaking shortly after the match, Maurice Nanmaim, the Assistant Coach of Plateau United, commended their players for winning the encounter. “It is good that we won the match, which means we still maintain our top position on the table,” Nanmaim said. Gilbert Opana, the Head Coach of Goden Stars, also commended his team for a good play. Opana acknowledged that Plateau United were a very good side, but noted that the performance would help them to be more ready to face other strong teams. He said: “For me, our players did well. “Plateau United are a strong team and the one goal we scored is a welcome development. “But I would have been happier if we had won the match. “However, this has made us to know Plateau United better, and we will prepare better for future encounters.”Tags: Maurice NanmaimnpflPlateau Unitedlast_img read more

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Skerritt hails Sir Alister’s contribution to WI cricket

first_imgST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Cricket West Indies president Ricky Skerritt has lauded the contribution of the late Sir Alister McIntyre to the development of the game in the region, especially in the area of governance reform.Sir Alister, a leading regional academic and a former CARICOM secretary general, died last weekend in Jamaica at age 87.“Sir Alister was one of three leading Caribbean personalities that formed the committee, set up 12 years ago by the West Indies Cricket Board, now CWI, to review the governance of West Indies cricket,” Skerritt said in a statement.“The committee was chaired by former Jamaica Prime Minister P.J Patterson and also included Guyanese business executive and author Ian McDonald. They presented a seminal work which still reverberates to this day and has helped to shape some of the governance and operational policies of the organisation.“Only last week, we announced that Jamaica senator Don Wehby will lead a task force to continue that work of reviewing the corporate governance of CWI and will use the report produced by that committee as the basis to understand how far the organisation has progressed and how much further it needs to go.”Skerritt, a former St Kitts and Nevis cabinet minister, also hailed Sir Alister’s “sharp mind” along with his dignity and character.“Sir Alister matched his extraordinary record of accomplishment in the field of academia and economics with grace and honour off it,” he said.“The Caribbean has truly lost one of its leading academics and statesmen, whose sharp mind and deep analysis of the challenges facing the region will be truly missed.”Sir was also Vice Chancellor Emeritus of the University of West Indies.last_img read more

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FH : SU earns No. 3 seed in NCAA tournament

first_imgSyracuse received the No. 3 overall seed in the NCAA tournament Tuesday, two days after winning its second consecutive Big East championship.The Orange will play Richmond in the first round Saturday, Nov. 12, in College Park, Md., at a time to be determined.For Ange Bradley, this weekend will serve as a homecoming of sorts.The Syracuse head coach will return to Maryland, where she served an assistant coach for four years. Richmond, SU’s first-round opponent, is the school where Bradley first became a head coach and ran the show from 2001-06. And if SU wins, it will play the winner of Maryland and Iowa, another one of her former coaching stops.‘I started coaching Division I at the University of Iowa, won some (Atlantic Coast Conference) championships and a national championship at Maryland and now we’re starting the tournament out with the Richmond Spiders, my former employer,’ Bradley said. ‘So my past is right there, and it’s really exciting. It’s a great opportunity.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut Bradley and her third-ranked Syracuse (18-3, 5-1 Big East) squad can’t afford to be looking backward. Though the Spiders (16-6, 5-1 Atlantic-10) are not nationally ranked, they’ve reeled off eight consecutive victories and won 11 of their last 12 games overall. And although SU earned an automatic bid for winning the Big East tournament, Richmond had to fight its way into the bracket by defeating No. 11 California in a play-in game Tuesday.The Spiders present an interesting matchup for SU in that they are arguably better at the aspect of the game SU has leaned on in crunch time — defense.The Orange held Connecticut to just one shot in the second half of the Big East championship game Sunday, holding a one-goal lead for all 35 minutes. During the course of the season, opponents have averaged just 1.1 goals per game against Syracuse.The Spiders allow just 1.05 goals per game and haven’t given up a goal in three games. On Tuesday, it held the favored Golden Bears to just nine shots, five of which tested sophomore goalkeeper Anna Zarkoski. In the NCAA tournament, SU senior midfielder Martina Loncarica knows a strong defense is crucial. And Syracuse will need to match that of the Spiders.‘We know that to be up there we have to defend our best because you can’t leave gaps, and that’s when other teams can score,’ Loncarica said. ‘We have to minimize every opportunity they have, so we have to be very focused and make sure that we’re solid defensively.’And although that defensive dominance is intimidating, Bradley said there won’t be any major adjustments made at this point in the season. In her mind, the preparation and play of the Orange far outweighs the tactical strengths of the opponent.After watching video Tuesday night, she’ll establish a game plan and map out this week’s practice schedule.‘Every game we play, it’s about us,’ Bradley said. ‘I’ve looked at our Connecticut game and seen the adjustments that we need to change there. And it’s just about us getting better and making sure that mentally and physically we’re OK. We’re not going to change much at this time of year.’It’s an approach that has worked thus far for the Orange, and an approach that earned them a top-four seed in the tournament this season.But Syracuse has fallen short in each of those postseason runs, losing in the second round to Ohio State last year and to Princeton in 2009. The closest SU has come to a national title came in 2008, when the Orange suffered a heartbreaking 3-2 defeat to Wake Forest in the final four.If Bradley wants to get back to the national semifinals, which will be held in Louisville, Ky., her Orange has to go through two of her former employers.When asked what it will take to do just that, Bradley responded without hesitation.‘Win,’ Bradley said firmly. ‘We need to just keep playing good hockey, playing together and making the most of the opportunities that we create for ourselves.’[email protected] Published on November 8, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Stephen: [email protected] | @Stephen_Bailey1 Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Donegal reflexology school helping people step into a new career

first_imgThe Donegal branch of The Irish School of Reflexology is launching a new term of professional training programmes this September.Whether you are new to the health industry or wish to add to your range of professional skills, then The Irish School of Reflexology has what you’re looking for.The centre provides accredited courses which vary in length from one day up to 14 months. The Ballybofey-based school is now taking enrolments for a new Diploma Qualification course beginning in September 2019.The courses are:> Easy to fit into your work schedule and run at weekends> Based in an easily accessible location > Fully accredited with the NRRI> Designed to train professionals to start their own Reflexology business upon certification.Irish School of ReflexologyThe Diploma consists of 150 hours of tutoring in the classroom and the 60 hours of practical work that the students must do at home.The Diploma is part-time (one weekend per month; Saturday and Sunday) and will cover A&P, the theory of Reflexology, holistic approach, how to read the feet, practical work and much more.At the end of the year, students will be awarded a Diploma in Traditional Foot Reflexology (recognised by all the major health insurance companies) and will be able to start their own practice. The new term is starting on the 7th and 8th of September 2019 at the Base Enterprise Centre – Stranorlar, Co. Donegal. It’s a part-time course, so participants only have to attend classes one weekend per month. Enrolment is open now at www.irishschoolofreflexology.comIrish School of ReflexologyThe Irish School of Reflexology facilitates beginners, post-graduates and practitioners in developing their skills and expanding their knowledge. It provides popular Refresher Courses for existing qualified Reflexologists. Reflexology is an ancient Chinese natural healing method that works by applying gentle pressure to zones located on the feet. The demand is growing, according to Tatiana Grosso Lawless, Principal of the Irish School of Reflexology.She said: “We provide professional training in traditional Reflexology that enables students to build their own successful practice or add to their existing health care practice. “We only work with small groups [max. 20 students] and give one-to-one guidance under the supervision of trainers with years of clinical and teaching experience in the industry of complementary healing. If you chose to enrol in a training course with us, we will offer you a fascinating, challenging and very fulfilling journey. “ Some of the modules on offer include: How to use Reflexology to work on specific illnesses and conditions as well as the whole body How to set up your own Reflexology practice Anatomy and physiology Nutrition and healthy habits How to interact with patients and manage their care Tatiana continued: “The sequence we teach is the Eunice Ingham’s sequence, which I learned from my teacher Sr. Brega Whelan, a real pioneer of Reflexology in Ireland. She has been practicing Reflexology since 1982 and I was lucky enough to be in her last class, before her retirement and it has proven to be very effective as we use it all the time in our practices.Tatiana added: “Helping others to heal is our mission and the priority in everything that we teach. We aim to offer our students a fulfilling learning experience and build confidence in their ability to help others.“Our overall mission is to promote healing through the benefits of Reflexology.”The school is affiliated with the NRRI (National Register of Reflexologists Ireland) and fully accredited.At the end of the year, students will take exams to earn their Diploma in Traditional Foot Reflexology. Students are supported with regular assessments, practice and homework to provide them with the knowledge to succeed.Enrolment is open now for the new term in September 2019 at Base Enterprise Centre – Stranorlar, Co. Donegal. To apply or for more information please visit or call Tatiana on 0862071065. reflexology school helping people step into a new career was last modified: May 29th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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:holisticirish school of reflexologyReflexologylast_img read more

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Mobile Heatmap for SXSW Helps You Find Hot, or Quiet, Places

first_imgWhether you’re looking for a red-hot party in Austin tonight or for a quiet place with a smaller crowd, navigation’s made easier by the way people declare their locations online. PR firm Waggener Edstrom Worldwide today launched a handy little app for iOS or Windows 7 called WeDig.It, which queries the Foursquare API to show you a map of places around Austin that have a lot, or a few, people checked in. Last night I happened upon the back patio of my favorite place in town and was overjoyed to find that almost no one else was there. It was a great place for conversation. Maybe tonight I’ll be looking for just the opposite.This little app isn’t just intended to show off how cool Waggener Edstrom is, it’s also a promotional mechanism for the company’s party and fundraiser for Mercy Corps on Tuesday night.Below, I found a quiet place in Austin last night! Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#conferences#NYT#SXSW 2011#web center_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts marshall kirkpatricklast_img read more

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Music Showcase: Royalty Free Music for YouTube Videos

first_imgAvoid copyright issues by using royalty free music in your online videos. Check out these handpicked tracks for your next YouTube or Vimeo project!Creating an online video? You’ll need music. But word of warning – you can’t just use any track you want.YouTube has become increasingly more aggressive over the last few years in protecting the copyrights of commercial music. If you use a copyrighted track in your YouTube video without permission/licensing, at the very least ads will run next to your video. Even worse, your video may be removed from YouTube altogether. Proper licensing of a commercial track is time intensive – and often prohibitively expensive.That’s where royalty free music and Premiumbeat come in. By licensing music from your YouTube videos can run ad-free. Our Standard License covers ALL online usage – and allows you to use the same track in multiple videos FOREVER, without any additional fees.In this post, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite royalty free tracks from our team of world-class composers. For your convenience, we’ve divvied them up into two common types of online videos: 1) Music for Corporate & Product Explainer Videos  and 2) Music for Film and Movie Trailers.Have a listen below or click the ‘Buy’ links to license a track for your next project!Corporate videos can be engaging – with the right content and music. Here are a few of our favorite royalty free music that would go well in an industrial or corporate video, production demonstration video or company presentation:last_img read more