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Rep. Christine Chandler To Hold Town Hall With Secretary Of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver On ‘Protecting Our Elections’

first_imgFrom the Christine Chandler for Dist. 43 Campaign:Rep. Christine Chandler (HD43) will hold an online Town Hall at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, with Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver on “Protecting Our Elections”. They also will be joined by Rep. Joy Garratt (HD29) to talk about the steps the state is taking to ensure the security of the upcoming election.“This will be an election like no other,” Rep. Chandler said. “Secretary Toulouse Oliver has put in place many steps to protect our election process and ensure the security of this election. It’s important that voters know and understand these critical steps.”The Town Hall will be broadcast LIVE on Rep. Chandler’s Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/Christine4NM.The Town Hall will discuss the steps that the state is taking to ensure the security of the upcoming election, to certify all votes are counted in a timely manner, and how the state is working with local county clerks to ease access to voting. Questions will be taken at the event.Voters may request an absentee ballot now at NMVote.org. The first round of absentee ballots will begin being mailed out on October 6. In addition, voters may vote early in-person Oct. 17-31, or on election day. All polling locations and instructions can be found at NMVote.org.Chandler will be on the Nov. 3, 2020 General Election ballot. She was first elected in 2018 and must run every election cycle to keep her seat in the New Mexico Legislature.last_img read more

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Halabi completes £260m Aviva Tower purchase

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Chris Anderson Appointed Executive VP, Elgin World Trade

first_imgELGIN, Ill. – Chris Anderson has been appointed executive vice president of Elgin World Trade, an operating unit of global engine and chassis parts manufacturer Elgin Industries. Anderson, who joined Elgin in 2000, will oversee the World Trade business’ product import, export and sales operations. He reports to Elgin President Bill Skok.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementElgin World Trade markets a broad range of engine and steering and suspension products for automotive and commercial vehicle applications. The unit serves customers in more than 58 nations.“Chris has been an important contributor to our global growth for many years and is well-qualified to lead our operations as we expand our product range and distribution footprint,” Skok said.Anderson resides in Geneva, Ill., with his wife, Brannon, and two children. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.To learn more about Elgin Industries and Elgin World Trade, visit www.elginind.com.,Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI), manufacturer of Hot Shot’s Secret brand of performance additives and oils, recently announced the expansion of senior leadership. Steve deMoulpied joins LSI as the company’s chief operating officer (COO). AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement With more than 20 years of experience across multiple industries and functional areas, deMoulpied has particular expertise in organizations with complex technical products. Combined, his prior positions have required a spectrum of skills in corporate strategy, operations improvement, product quality, and revenue cycle management. He has an impressive history of utilizing data driven problem solving (Lean Six Sigma) and project management (PMP and CSM) to achieve strategic goals surrounding customer satisfaction, operational efficiency and improved profit.  DeMoulpied comes to LSI from the Private Client Services practice of Ernst & Young where he managed strategy & operations improvement engagements for privately held client businesses. Some of his prior roles include VP of strategic development, director of strategic initiatives, and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at OptumHealth, UnitedHealth Group’s health services business, as well as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at General Electric, where he applied operations improvement principles to customer service, supply chain and product development. A successful entrepreneur, deMoulpied is also the founder of PrestoFresh, a Cleveland-based e-commerce food/grocery business.  LSI President Brett Tennar says, “Steve’s success in developing operational strategies that improves the bottom line, builds teamwork, reduces waste and ensures quality product development and distribution checks many of the boxes of what we were looking for in a COO. This, coupled with his career in the Air Force working with highly technical systems and his in-depth understanding of Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management sealed our offer. As our tagline states, our products are Powered by Science. This data driven approach is one reason why our company has grown exponentially as we employ the most advanced technology to product development. I am confident that Steve is the right person to drive operational strategy for our diverse and growing brands.” Advertisement DeMoulpied has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Dayton in Marketing and International Business. He served six years with the USAF overseeing the development of technology used on fighter aircraft and the E-3 Surveillance aircraft, finishing his career honorably as Captain.last_img read more

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On Site Gas Systems launch nitrogen generators in Australia

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Italy’s first LNG production facility opens

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City parks to reopen

first_imgThe City of Cape Town has announced its decision to open parks immediately. On Sunday July 12, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country would remain under Alert Level 3 lockdown, but parks would open for physical exercise.Following the announcement, Mayor Dan Plato has requested that city officials reopen all City parks immediately.“Parks by their nature encourage social distancing and we are pleased that national government has finally changed its stance on this. Capetonians will now benefit from additional activities through the access to parks. This will assist in enabling daily exercise to increase mental and physical well-being during this challenging time,” said Mr Plato.The City’s Recreation & Parks is ready to open all parks within the metropole, including Khayelitsha Wetland Park, Nantes Park, Arderne Gardens, Company’s Gardens and Westridge Gardens.Mr Plato added, “I am very thankful for the city staff who have been hard at work during the lockdown to ensure that our parks are ready for our residents. Teams have been carrying out maintenance over the past two weeks to ensure safety and compliance. I am sure our residents will appreciate having these spaces to exercise and enjoy some fresh air.” Residents are encouraged to practice social distancing and wear their masks at all times when visiting parks.last_img read more

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Lawyers Online in £2m TV relaunch

first_imgLong-established legal internet service provider Lawyers Online has relaunched itself as a referral site for legal services. The company was formed in 1998 and generates revenue through providing hardware and internet connectivity to law firms.The company currently has 200 law firms as members and wants to establish a co-operative group marketing scheme based on a £2m TV advertising campaign. It will not charge solicitors for the website referral service.The company said it aims ‘to build regional panels of firms who will receive exclusive leads by areas of specialism’.Fourteen firms in the London area are piloting the scheme, receiving leads via a call centre. ‘All leads are vetted by our in-house team of lawyers before being forwarded to the firms,’ the company said.Chief executive Rosie Houghton (pictured) said that high street firms are seeking to develop their online brands in the face of increasing competition from alternative business structures such as Co-op Legal Services and Stobart’s One Legal.Houghton said when the company was originally set up lawyers were not internet savvy and speeds were too slow to provide them with a useful online business presence.‘Lawyers are taking on board that they need the internet full time,’ she said.Lawyers Online is in talks with private equity firm JPT for additional funding. She said the company was interested only in the UK market. ‘We are concentrating on branding; branding is the future for law firms.’last_img read more

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St Joseph man fined for beating elderly man

first_imgFifty-two year old Reid Anthony of St Joseph has pleaded guilty to wounding and beating an eighty-two year old man of the same village.He also admitted guilt to causing damage to the man’s trouser valued at $60 and stealing a number of items from him including a Casio watch, a pack of cigarette and 4 boxes of matches.The elderly man said the defendant had beaten him on 2nd May, took his belongings and tore his trousers in the process.In his report to police, the man said he had just returned from collecting his pension when the defendant, who is also his neighbour, met him and said “you report me to police for your fence but tonight I will deal with you”.It was then, that the defendant stole his items, some of which were in the pocket of his trouser.Anthony was fined $500 for wounding which he must pay by 31st July or spend 1 month in prison in default of payment and compensation of $60 for the damage caused to the trouser, by 8th June or spend one month in prison in default of payment.There were no separate penalties for battery or theft.Meanwhile, Kenrick Xavier of Newtown is at the state prison awaiting a proper surety to secure his bail.Xavier was charged at a magistrate’s court on Tuesday, 7th May for causing grievous bodily harm to a female with intent to disfigure her on 12th April, 2013 at Pointe Michel. He was not allowed to plea as the offence is an indictable one.The prosecution, represented by inspector Claude Weekes, did not object to bail but requested that stringent bail conditions be imposed.Mr Weekes requested that the defendant surrender his passport to the court, report to the Roseau police station three times weekly, and stay away from all witnesses in the matter including the complainant who is seeking medical attention in Barbados.Bail was set in the sum of $20,000 by Magistrate Bernard Pacquette.The defendant, was remanded until he can secure a surety. He was represented by attorney Wayne Norde.Dominica Vibes News 26 Views   2 comments Sharing is caring! Tweet Sharecenter_img Share Share LocalNews St Joseph man fined for beating elderly man by: – May 8, 2013last_img read more

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Ginebra aims to claim PBA champsionship in Game 6

first_img[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Ginebra aims to claim PBA champsionship in Game 6  ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]By ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – The Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings hopes to end its eight-year wait for a championship as it takes on the Meralco Bolts in Game 6 of the 2016 Oppo PBA Governor’s Cup best-of-seven finals tonight at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.Game time is at 7 p.m. with the Kings looking to annex its ninth PBA trophy, its first since the 2008 PBA Fiesta Cup, while the Bolts will hope to force a sudden-death Game 7 on Friday evening.The Kings moved closer to bagging the Governor’s Cup trophy following its 92-81 victory over the Bolts in Game 5 last Sunday behind the 32 points, 10 rebounds effort of import Justin Brownlee.Aside from Brownlee, also providing solid effort for the Kings are Japeth Aguilar, who was earlier listed as doubtful due to an ankle injury, LA Tenorio, Solomon Mercado, and Joe Devance.“Things kind of came together for us (in Game 5),” said Kings head coach Tim Cone said. “And that’s the first time in this series that that’s happened where we got a little bit of defense and we got a little bit of offense together, playing more of a complete game.”“However, we’ve just gotten a 3-2 lead. We haven’t achieve anything yet. We hope to finish the job on Wednesday,” he added. “A great team with their back to the wall is hard to beat.”Bolts head coach Norman Black, for his part, is still confident of their chances to force a do-or-die game despite a subpar performance from his wards during their Game 5 encounter.“It was not just about our bad start, but we played a bad game,” said Black. “The good thing about a seven-game series is it’s not over yet so they still have to win one more game.”“They only have three, so what we have to do is get back to the drawing board and try to figure out what went wrong and try to fix it and come back stronger on Wednesday,” he added.Black will once again rely on Best Import of the Conference awardee Allen Durham, as well as local players Jimmy Alapag, Bacolod City-native Reynel Hugnatan, Clifford Hodge, and Chris Newsome./PNlast_img read more

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Boy Scout troop honored for environmental stewardship

first_imgBy ALEXANDRA BROTZMANSpecial to the PRESSThe Keep South Padre Island Beautiful Committee is honoring a local Boy Scout troop this month in recognition of their outstanding community and environmental involvement.Boy Scout Troop 59 from Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Port Isabel, led by Assistant Scout Master Richard Legere, have been servicing and maintaining the committee’s new bayside monofilament recycling stations. The stations can be found at various locations along the Laguna Madre of South Padre Island and are utilized by both the community and fishermen in order to ensure monofilament fishing line is recycled and doesn’t end up in the environment.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Share RelatedBlooms, butterflies lead beautification committee talksBy KEVIN RICH Special to the PRESS The Keep South Padre Island Beautiful Committee recognized ecologically friendly initiatives and discussed environmental issues during its May 11 meeting. Committee Member Kimberly Dollar presented Boy Scout Troop 59 with the Environmentalist of the Month award in recognition of their work with the City’s…May 19, 2017In “News”Committees continue Island beautificationBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS Summer is here and South Padre Island committees are in full swing trying to stay ahead of the rush. The various SPI committees are continuing in their missions and aiming to make immediate and long-term improvements from the beach to the bayside. The…June 17, 2016In “News”Prospective Eagle Scout beautifies cemeteryBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press editor@portisabelsouthpadre.com “It takes intense leadership,” 17-year-old William Grace said of the requirements to becoming an Eagle Scout. Well, if an example of leadership is what it takes, then the young Grace has that in spades. The soon-to-be Port Isabel High School senior led approximately…June 3, 2016In “News”last_img read more

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Biar Tidak Kecopetan, Yuk Kenali Ciri-Ciri Terduga Copet

first_img1. Gerakan tanganBiasanya gerak gerik seorang pencopet memang susah dikenali, namun ada beberapa gerakan yang bisa dilihat yakni tangan si pencopet. Tangan pencopet akan mencari sasaran dan menyelinap di antara himptan-himpitan tubuh orang-orang baik yang akan menjadi korban atau tidak.2. Lirikan mataPaling mudah sebenarnya adalah melihat lirikan mata. Pencopet tidak akan melirik pada satu tujuan bila belum menemukan targetnya. Namun, bila target sudah ditemukan maka, si copet akan terus melihat ke arah target. Contohnya bila melihat tas terbuka atau dompet yang sedikit menyembul keluar dari saku, penglihatan copet ini seperti mata elang dan bisa dengan mudah melihat targetnya dengan jelas.3. Posisi berdiriPencopet bila sudah mendapatkan target incarannnya, akan berdiri mendekati sang korban. Kemudian perlahan-lahan memepet korban dan langsung mengambil barang-barang korban seperti dompet ataupun ponsel.4. PenampilanSetiap copet pastinya tidak ingin diketahui dirinya copet. Kadang orang yang layaknya pekerja kantoran juga bisa menjadi seorang copet dan yang berpakaian kumal biasanya bukan. Namun, banyak yang berpersepsi seorang copet lebih ke berpakaian kumal. Bila Anda melihat yang kumal berarti copet benar-benar seperti bunglon. Selain itu tampang seroang copet juga tidak bisa dikenali dengan jelas. Karena mimik wajahnya sama dengan masyarakat biasanya yang sedang naik kendaraan umum.5. GenderJangan salah, seorang copet bukan hanya laki-laki, karena perempuann juga ada yang berprofesi sebagai copet.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related The New Yorker Apa yang kerap di khawatirkan saat naik kendaraan umum? Sebagian orang mungkin menyebut bahwa takut akan aksi pencopetan. Karena tak mau apes terkena copet, maka kewaspadaan mutlak dikedepankan saat di moda angkutan umum. Tapi faktanya sekedar waspada belum dirasa cukup, akan lebih sempurna bila Anda mampu mengenali orang atau kelompok yang diduga kuat sebagai pencopet.Namun bukan perkara mudah untuk mengidentifikasi para terduga copet, termasuk juga tidak mudah mengenali pencopet dari tampangnya. Pasalnya perilaku dan wajah mereka pencopet bisa saja seperti korban atau tidak menunjukkan tanda-tanda seorang copet. Atau bisa dikata pencopet pada dasarnta ingin membaur dan tidak mencolok kehadirannya.Berikut hasil investigasi KabarPenumpang.com untuk mengetahui lebih cepat ciri-ciri pencopet, khususnya pencopet yang kerap beroperasi di rangkaian KRL (Kereta Rel Listrik) Commuter Line.last_img read more

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Sani Brown sprints to head of class

first_imgOSAKA – The 10-second barrier has been unbreakable for Japanese sprinters in the 100 meters, Koji Ito coming the closest in 1998 when he ran it in 10 seconds flat.But Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, the 18-year-old half-Ghanaian prodigy, is giving Japan hope the wall may finally come down after completing the 100-200 double at the national athletics championships on Sunday, the first sprinter to accomplish the feat since Shingo Suetsugu in 2003. University of Florida, Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, Koji Ito, National Athletics Championships, Shota Iizuka Sani Brown rewrote his personal best in both the 100 and 200, his time of 10.05 in the 100 the sixth fastest ever by a Japanese. He did it while beating all four members of the nationally heralded Rio Olympic silver medal-winning 4×100 medley relay team — Ryota Yamagata, Shota Iizuka, Yoshihide Kiryu and Aska Cambridge.Sani Brown will make his second appearance at the world championships in London in August, when all eyes in Japan will be on him to see how much he has gained on the likes of Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin.The nationals were a confirmation of Sani Brown’s touted potential, and have quickly shot him to Tokyo Olympic-bound stardom alongside fellow teenagers such as Takefusa Kubo in soccer and Rikako Ikee in swimming.While he missed Rio last year due to injury, Sani Brown broke Bolt’s record in the 100 and 200 at the 2015 world youth championships. The double there earned him the IAAF Rising Star award.None of the early success seems to be going to Sani Brown’s head, however. What was on his mind after being named the top male athlete of the nationals on Sunday evening was — supper.“I’ll crash for a few days and eat some good food and recover,” Sani Brown said with a big smile, salivating over his options in the Japanese carbs-capital that Osaka is known for being. “Then I’ll go back to the Netherlands and work hard again.“I’m very happy about being No. 1 in Japan, but I don’t want to settle for this. I want to do well at the world championships and other competitions I’ve got ahead of me.”He drew singular praise from his fellow competitors at the nationals who struggled to keep up with the 188-cm speedster.“He’s so big I thought I was competing at the world championships,” said Iizuka, who was the defending 200 champion at the nationals and will compete against Sani Brown in the discipline in London. “Not too many Japanese are bigger than me in athletics, but he’s massive.“I think what he’s doing is great. We went to Rio and achieved what we achieved, and it probably spurred Hakim on. So now we have to feed off him and try to do better.”Sani Brown has taken his training base abroad, and is set to enroll this fall at the University of Florida, one of the top sports colleges in the United States. He credits his improvement from last season to the coaching he has received overseas.“I think there’s a difference in the way coaches work in Japan and the way the top coaches in the world work,” Sani Brown said. “I’ve done a lot of weight training which has strengthened my core, and that’s stabilized my upper body when I run.”Japan’s 100 record-holder Ito, now the head of development at the Japan Association of Athletics Federations, said the wunderkind has a feel for sprinting that only the great ones have.“For someone his age, he knows how to take it up a notch with each round in a competition,” Ito said. “It’s a good sign because he’s been a junior champion, but to do it at the senior level, he will need to put up fast times comfortably.“Like Carl Lewis or Bolt, he has the ability to rein it in until 60 or 70 meters before letting it all go, and that is a quality not everyone has. The four who won a medal in Rio have talent, but so does Hakim, who beat them all.”Yet Sani Brown’s most admirable quality might be his temperament, the easy-going way he carries himself in a country where athletes tend to be overhyped at a young age, and can be forgotten quickly and ruthlessly without instant results.“It’s understandable for people to get nervous or worked up wanting to win, but I think the most important thing is to enjoy the race, have fun competing,” he said. “As long as you don’t forget that part, I don’t think you can become nervous.“It feels great to run fast, and the more competitive it gets, the better for me.” RELATED PHOTOS KEYWORDScenter_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Abdul Hakim Sani Brown (center) ran personal bests in both the 100 and 200-meter sprints during the national athletics championships. | KYODOlast_img read more

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Wanheng Menayothin retains WBC minimumweight title by unanimous decision over Tatsuya Fukuhara

first_img Tatsuya Fukuhara (right) punches Thai champion Wanheng Menayothin in the third round of their WBC minimumweight title fight on Saturday in Thailand. Wanheng retained his title, winning by unanimous decision. | KYODO KEYWORDS RELATED PHOTOS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES NAKHON, RATCHASIMA THAILAND – WBC minimumweight champion Wanheng Menayothin of Thailand defended his title against challenger Tatsuya Fukuhara on Saturday, winning by a unanimous decision.Fukuhara, who lost to compatriot Ryuya Yamanaka in the first defense of his WBO minimumweight belt in August, fought tenaciously but was unable to break down the 32-year-old Wanheng.center_img Thailand, boxing, Tatsuya Fukuhara, Wanheng Menayothin, WBC minimumweight title Wenhang has won all 49 of his career bouts, 17 of them by knockout. The 28-year-old Fukuhara fell to 19-6-6.No Japanese male has won a world title fight approved by the Japanese Boxing Commission in Thailand in 24 attempts. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

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Trump gives posthumous pardon to first black heavyweight champion Jack Johnson

first_img“I am taking this very righteous step, I believe, to correct a wrong that occurred in our history and honor a truly legendary boxing athlete,” Trump told his guests. “Jack Johnson was not treated fairly and we have corrected that.”Johnson was convicted under a law that prohibited the transport of women over state lines, called the Mann Act. The law was sometimes employed by racist authorities to punish black men who had relationships with white women; it was later amended to apply only to the transport of women for purposes of prostitution or illegal sex acts.Johnson’s case has been derided for decades as shaky and motivated by racial animus toward the boxer, who defeated white opponents in the ring and enjoyed relationships with white women out of it. WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump granted a full, posthumous pardon for Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight boxing champion, who was convicted of racially tinged federal morals charges more than a century ago.Trump signed a full posthumous pardon for Johnson while flanked by boxing royalty including Lennox Lewis, Deontay Wilder and Rocky himself, actor Sylvester Stallone. KEYWORDS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES boxing, Donald Trump, presidential pardon, Jack Johnson center_img Boxer Jack Johnson, the first black world heavyweight champion, is seen here in a 1932 file photo. | AP RELATED PHOTOS IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

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Sleeman helps PNG girls and women aspiring to be referees

first_imgRugby League Belinda Sleeman was front page news in Papua New Guinea last season (2017) when she was appointed with Chris Anderson to referee the Round 22 Intrust Super Cup game at the Oil Search National Football Stadium in Port Moresby between the PNG Hunters and Ipswich Jets. The Queensland referees high performance unit member made history in that game as the first female match official to be involved in a game of that level in front of rugby league fans in PNG. Her involvement in the women in league match was seen as a big step in helping to show women and girls in PNG who have aspirations to become referees in the future that anything is possible. In great news – this game, in turn with some fantastic work at the grassroots level – has paid dividends with a number of girls signing up to be part of the match officials pathway in PNG. Sleeman saw this growth first hand when she recently visited the country as part of the officiating squad at the Prime Minister’s XIII matches this past October. The Australian-based match officials attended a beyond the goal posts clinic, which is part of a program run by NRL development staff on the ground in PNG. The referee education program is aimed at girls and boys in upper primary and high school and will provide participants (junior referee) with NRL level 1 accreditation to officiate in PNGRFL mini mod competition. The course is made up of 10 units and upon completion, participants will receive accreditation equivalent to Australian NRL level 1 accreditation. While attending the clinic, Sleeman encouraged the girls to remain committed to their training, stating that as challenging as officiating may be, it was a rewarding pursuit as it helps build character and allows those who do it to learn a lot about themselves. She also helped educated the students on the laws of the game and led participants through signal and whistle techniques before taking part in a Q and A session. After the clinic, the young referees were each given a jersey and were excited to continue working hard to become accredited match officials.last_img read more