2018 Fall Youth Clinic RegistrationPENSACOLA, Fla.- The University of West Florida volleyball team is going to have their 2018 youth clinic to learn all the fundamentals of volleyball. The clinic will be this Sunday, December 9th from 5:00- 7:30 pm in the UWF Field House.The UWF volleyball team and staff will be coaching skills such as setting, hitting, passing, and serving. This is for ages in grades 4th – 8th. With 10 players and 3 coaches, the coaches to player ratio allows great opportunities for one-on-one training.The West Florida volleyball team finished their season nationally ranked at No. 24 and with much to be excited about. The Argos finished with a record of 25-8 overall and 15-1 in the Gulf South Conference. In postseason, the Argos hosted the GSC tournament where they won against West Alabama in five competitive sets.UWF won their eighth GSC tournament championship. Mackenzie Chrisman, Nadine Williams and Makila York all received All-Tournament team honors.The Argos went onto the NCAA Regionals hosted by Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, FL. The ladies faced Florida Southern where the season came to an end in four hard fought sets. Caleigh Morrison received All-Tournament team honors.In the postseason awards, Mackenzie Chrisman earned D2CCA All-South Region first team and Jordyn Poppen earned D2CCA All-South Region second team. For the AVCA, Jordyn Poppen received Division II All-South Region team Nadine Williams earned Division II All-South Region Honorable Mention. Finally, Jordyn Poppen was named an AVCA All-American. Poppen earned honorable mention AVCA All-American honors.The 2018 Fall Youth Clinic is a great opportunity full of learning, fun, and volleyball. The UWF volleyball team is full of wonderful young women who have a passion for the sport and are excited to teach what they know.To register now and hold a spot please click here: 2018 Fall Youth Clinic Registration.The clinic is 50 dollars a participant and walk ups are welcome, but pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Checks can be made out to ACE Volleyball.For more information contact Patricia Gandolfo at email@example.com, or visit acevolleyballcamps.com.Print Friendly Version
Leroy Sane is close to completing a move to Manchester City from Schalke for a fee of £37m plus add-ons.The Bundesliga club announced on Monday that the midfielder was in Manchester and had not joined their pre-season training camp in Austria.City manager Pep Guardiola confirmed on 21 July he wanted to sign Sane.The 20-year-old helped Germany reach the semi-finals at Euro 2016, having made his international debut in November.He told Schalke sporting director Christian Heidel earlier this summer that he wanted to leave the clubSane, a product of the youth system at Schalke, made his senior debut for them in April 2014.He scored eight goals in 33 Bundesliga appearances last season as Schalke finished fifth, missing out on Champions League qualification for the second year in a row
Bristol Bears play Bath in the Premiership’s curtain raiser clash on Friday, August 31st (7.45pm KO) and tickets are available to purchase online now by clicking here and Ashton Gate is close to a sell-out.This is a gold category fixture, with Forever Bristol members receiving the best possible price – a £5 discount on general sale rates and 2% Rewards cash for every home league ticket purchased.To find out more and to purchase a £20 Forever Bristol membership*, click here.The best way to guarantee your seat for what promises to be a fascinating season is by purchasing a season card for 2018/19 by clicking here.*Price does not include £1 postage and £1 booking fee.
New Delhi: Quinton de Kock was blasting sixes at will in Kingsmead. His eight sixes resulted in a 17-ball fifty, which is the fastest by a South African in Twenty20 Internationals breaking the previous record set by AB de Villiers. When he fell, England pulled things back slightly but Rassie van der Dussen helped South Africa close in on the target which was in excess of 200. Dwaine Pretorius smashed a six and a four as three runs were needed off two balls in the final over bowled by Tom Curran. However, just like in East London, there was drama. In the first match, England choked. In Durban, it was South Africa. Curran trapped Pretorius LBW and Bjorn Fortuin holed out to short fine leg as England levelled the three-match series in style with a narrow two-run win on Friday.When England’s batsmen chipped in consistently to boost England to 204/7, it looked like South Africa would face an uphill struggle. However, Temba Bavuma and De Kock had other ideas. Bavuma got going with a couple of boundaries and de Kock showed his intent with a four off Moeen Ali. The South Africa skipper smashed a six over fine leg off Chris Jordan as Bavuma was offered a reprieve. As the powerplay ended, de Kock switched on his beast mode. The left-hander blasted three sixes off Moeen and neared his fifty with two more sixes off Curran.De Kock notched up his fifty with another huge six off Adil Rashid and Bavuma was given another life when the DRS overturned an LBW decision. De Kock continued to murder the England bowling as he swung his eighth six to deep square leg and looked ominous with a boundary off Mark Wood. England, though, found the opening they needed as De Kock mistimed a high full toss, which was just below the waist to deep midwicket for a brilliant 22-ball 65. Wood struck again when Bavuma gloved a short ball but South Africa were in a good position at 101/2 in the 10th over.Quinton de Kock smashed a fifty off 17 balls and the knock included eight sixes. (Image credit: Getty Images)David Miller kept the fight going with two sixes off Rashid but in the 12th and 13th over, England gave away just nine runs with Ben Stokes getting rid of Miller. The game seemed to be slipping away from South Africa but Rassie van der Dussen smashed a four and a six off Stokes. Smuts also hit a six off Curran but he was bowled by Jordan and when Andile Phehlukwayo was sent back for 0, the Proteas needed 45 off 18 balls. van der Dussen once again lifted South Africa with two sixes and a four off Mark Wood.When Pretorius hit a four off Jordan, South Africa needed 15 runs in the last over. Curran bowled a dot ball but Pretorius blasted a six and four and after two runs, South Africa seemed to be heading over the finish line but like in East London, the tables were reversed and South Africa ‘choked’ to lose the game by two runs.Moeen Ali Blitzes AwayEngland suffered a jolt after they were inserted in when Jos Buttler’s poor form continued as he was dismissed by Lungi Ngidi for 2. Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy continued the fine work as they struck boundaries at will. Roy smashed a six and a four off Beuran Hendricks as England ended the powerplay on 55/1. Bairstow pummelled two sixes off Phehlukwayo but he was dismissed for 35 off 17 balls. Eoin Morgan looked good with a couple of fours but South Africa were boosted when Roy was sent packing by Tabraiz Shamsi for 40. Morgan looked good but Stokes struggled for timing as South Africa pulled things back in the middle overs.Morgan fell to Pretorius and Joe Denly fell to Phehlukwayo. Moeen, though, showed he wanted to change the game and he got going with a six off Phehlukwayo. Moeen showed his class with two sixes and a four off Hendricks and in the next over bowled by Ngidi, Moeen smashed a six and two fours but was dismissed for a staggering 39 off 11 balls.Also Read | Quinton de Kock Slams Century, South Africa Beat World Champions England In First ODIJordan and Stokes found the boundary and England’s star all-rounder took England to 200 with a six off Ngidi. The assault by Moeen resulted in England scoring 68 runs in the last four overs and it was just about enough to take the series into the decider. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Posted April 9, 2013 47 All Activity So I did this last year, and I really enjoyed the conversation that happened. I was waiting for us to release ours before I started it but here we go again.ACCBCClemsonDukeFSUGTMarylandMiamiNC StUNC – PittCuseVirginiaVa TechWakeBig12BaylorISUKansasKansas StOklahomaOklahoma StTCUTexasTxTechWest VaBig EastCinncyUconnHoustonLouisvilleMemphisRutgersSMUTempleUCFUSFB1GIllinois – IndianaIowaMichiganMichigan StateMinnNebNorthwesternOhio StatePenn StatePurdue – WisconsinPac12ArizonaArizona StateCalColoradoOregonOregon StateStanfordUclaUSCUtahWashingtonWashington StSECAlabamaArkansasAuburnFloridaGeorgiaKentuckyLSUOle MissMiss StMissouriSoCarTennesseeTx A&MVandyI noticed that the UNC poster said “Carolina,” but the Gamecocks have yet to release the 2013 poster. 0 Posted April 9, 2013 Sign in to follow this Posted April 9, 2013 Link to post Location:Austin, Texas Share on other sites Posted April 9, 2013 47 ncaa Link to post Share this post 6,671 posts 6 Link to post 5 0 Next Page 1 of 11 Share on other sites 47 JPDesign wILL-INI 0 21 23 Location:Georgia Link to post Share on other sites 0 Share this post Location:San Antonio, Texas Location:A Nice Place to Live Link to post Share on other sites wILL-INI Favourite Logos:Chief Illiniwek &Blue Jackets Third &Arsenal Primary &too many to list… 0 47 Members In my thread’s face: http://boards.sports…hedule-posters/ Anyways, here are the ones from the thread I created yesterday: 296 posts 1,460 posts Location:Paign, Illinois! 2 1,460 posts 23 Link to post This is what I don’t like about all the mixing and matching that’s started in college football. I’m fine when Oregon does it because it’s their thing. People look forward each week to see what they come out wearing.But Illinois and Virginia are the only two navy and orange high majors and you could always tell them apart easily. Virginia wore navy helmets and jerseys. Illinois wore orange helmets and navy jerseys. But with all these combinations both teams are mixing everything up each game you can’t tell the difference between the two immediately anymore.Ever heard of Syracuse? 47 djam2410 Members 4 23 21 Share this post 3,104 posts Posted April 11, 2013 Location:Atlanta Posted April 9, 2013 Members 5 Share on other sites Share this post All Activity 0 jgsmith725 wILL-INI 818 SportsLogos.Net Sports Logos The Fixer Grand Pooba of Walksylvania oz615 0 Favourite Logos:Chief Illiniwek &Blue Jackets Third &Arsenal Primary &too many to list… Posted April 5, 2013 Link to post 0 21 they used davidsons (really old) helmet template for florida’s posterGood catch. For how high profile Florida is, their designs seems a bit juvenile. They always use to have some cheesy gator and just bad overall design. 1,460 posts I’d really love for Illinois to make that uniform set their primary 1 Share on other sites I guess from the style of the poster it means we will see chrome and black options for UNC next year?I don’t think you can read that much into these. They are working with stock photos. Many schools have often done the same and used unis and combos that weren’t seen in the year the poster was advertising for. Share on other sites Location:Paign, Illinois! 160 Share on other sites 175 0 160 Link to post Link to post wILL-INI 267 posts Members Favourite Logos:Chief Illiniwek &Blue Jackets Third &Arsenal Primary &too many to list… Share this post Share this post gdu 2 47 wILL-INI Florida’s poster.I’d really love for Illinois to make that uniform set their primaryI’m not against the set, I just prefer Illinois wearing Orange helmets. When I see them on tv and I dont think Illinois at first. football Sports Logos Share on other sites 47 Share on other sites Recommended Posts gdu 2,348 posts 0 160 nicklas Posted April 11, 2013 154 818 nicklas Share this post 677 Members Posted April 12, 2013 1,460 posts wILL-INI Forums Home 11,788 posts Posted April 5, 2013 Edited April 11, 2013 by oz615 Posted April 6, 2013 Favourite Logos:Cal Bears, Cavs 2013 MJWalker45 677 1 0 Favourite Logos:Chief Illiniwek &Blue Jackets Third &Arsenal Primary &too many to list… 47 Sports Logo News 47 Members Share this post 175 2013 Football Schedule Poster Location:Paign, Illinois! Members GoGamecocks29 1,460 posts 2013 Football Schedule Poster Link to post So I did this last year, and I really enjoyed the conversation that happened. I was waiting for us to release ours before I started it but here we go again.ACC (4/14)BCClemsonDukeFSUGTMarylandMiamiNC StUNCPittCuse #2VirginiaVa TechWake ForestBig12 (5/10)Baylor #2ISUKansas #2Kansas StOklahomaOklahoma StTCUTexasTxTechWest VaBig East (2/10)CinncyUconnHoustonLouisvilleMemphis RutgersSMUTempleUCF #2USFB1G (4/12)IllinoisIndianaIowa #2Michigan #2Michigan StateMinnesotaNebNorthwestern Ohio StatePenn StatePurdueWisconsin Pac12 (2/12)ArizonaArizona StateCalColoradoOregonOregon StateStanfordUclaUSCUtahWashingtonWashington StSECAlabamaArkansasAuburnFloridaGeorgiaKentucky #2LSU Ole MissMiss StMissouriSoCarTennesseeTx A&M VandyIndependentNotre DameArmyNavyBYU Members Share on other sites wILL-INI 47 Members 47 wILL-INI Link to post 0 1 Share on other sites 6 CDixonDesign Share on other sites 160 Location:Charlotte Posted April 12, 2013 I noticed that the UNC poster said “Carolina,” but the Gamecocks have yet to release the 2013 poster.We all know who the true “Carolina” is. Illinois and Florida both give me that “fuzzy good design” feeling. Especially love that Florida type treatment… Members GoGamecocks29 Posted April 11, 2013 Location:Minneapolis Followers 3 Location:Georgia wILL-INI 2,447 posts gdu 5,026 wILL-INI Here is Appalachian States 2013 poster 1,460 posts 160 Location:Paign, Illinois! 47 7,383 posts Favourite Logos:Chief Illiniwek &Blue Jackets Third &Arsenal Primary &too many to list… 16 Share this post 16 0 Share this post 47 Prev oz615 Location:Paign, Illinois! UCF Sneak Peakutep poster. wILL-INI Posted April 8, 2013 Link to post I guess from the style of the poster it means we will see chrome and black options for UNC next year? 6 (edited) 154 Link to post This topic is now closed to further replies. Billy B SportsLogos.Net 47 CDixonDesign Members In my thread’s face: http://boards.sports…hedule-posters/ Anyways, here are the ones from the thread I created yesterday:Sorry man. I always love TCU’s. My only gripe is the player in white really stands out. I like it when uniform combos are consistent. Baylor’s is solid too. 175 296 posts 2 Favourite Logos:Carolina Gamecocks, St. Louis Cardinals, New Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Thrashers, New Winnipeg Jets, Montreal Alouettes Link to post gdu jgsmith725 The Fixer Members idk 0 6 16 Share this post Billy B GoGamecocks29 22,252 posts they used davidsons (really old) helmet template for florida’s poster 154 Favourite Logos:Carolina Gamecocks, St. Louis Cardinals, New Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Thrashers, New Winnipeg Jets, Montreal Alouettes 5,026 I noticed that the UNC poster said “Carolina,” but the Gamecocks have yet to release the 2013 poster.We all know who the true “Carolina” is. Illinois and Florida both give me that “fuzzy good design” feeling. Especially love that Florida type treatment…Yes, the real Carolina is in Columbia, they’re the Gamecocks, and their colors are Garnet and Black. 0 16 Page 1 of 11 Share on other sites 2,393 posts Prev 154 Not the best shot, but this is the first I’ve seen of Oklahoma’s poster.Meh. 0 wILL-INI 2013 Football Schedule Poster 4 Posted April 5, 2013 Share this post 47 Sports Logo News 0 Billy B Share on other sites Members Members This is what I don’t like about all the mixing and matching that’s started in college football. I’m fine when Oregon does it because it’s their thing. People look forward each week to see what they come out wearing.But Illinois and Virginia are the only two navy and orange high majors and you could always tell them apart easily. Virginia wore navy helmets and jerseys. Illinois wore orange helmets and navy jerseys. But with all these combinations both teams are mixing everything up each game you can’t tell the difference between the two immediately anymore.Ever heard of Syracuse?Forgot about them when I was typing that up. Still, that was just one example of how mixing and matching has hurt team identities recently. Vanderbilt 2013 Schedule poster! Share this post 47 Link to post 11,788 posts Location:A Nice Place to Live Favourite Logos:Chief Illiniwek &Blue Jackets Third &Arsenal Primary &too many to list… This is what I don’t like about all the mixing and matching that’s started in college football. I’m fine when Oregon does it because it’s their thing. People look forward each week to see what they come out wearing.But Illinois and Virginia are the only two navy and orange high majors and you could always tell them apart easily. Virginia wore navy helmets and jerseys. Illinois wore orange helmets and navy jerseys. But with all these combinations both teams are mixing everything up each game you can’t tell the difference between the two immediately anymore. It’s not ideal, but I don’t think it’ll put a dagger Location:Austin, Texas Link to post Members 16 Share this post 7,383 posts 1 Members MJWalker45 Members 6 Link to post Location:Charlotte, NC Share this post Members Share on other sites Share this post Posted April 9, 2013 Sign in to follow this 360 posts It’s not ideal, but I don’t think it’ll put a dagger 677 GoGamecocks29 Share this post 16 154 Posted April 11, 2013 Link to post Share this post Posted April 12, 2013 Share on other sites By wILL-INI, April 5, 2013 in Sports Logo News Link to post Members 2 Members 818 1 Posted April 13, 2013 Location:Paign, Illinois! 5,026 47 47 Link to post Share on other sites JPDesign 2 3 3 college 160 Share this post Share this post 154 djam2410 Followers 3 Go To Topic Listing Forums Home Share on other sites Billy B Next Share on other sites Posted April 5, 2013
The Marriott Hotel is the venue for the commencement of the two-day 2019 FIFA Conference on Development held by the Guyana Football Federation in collaboration with the Guyana Government through the Department of Tourism and the Tourism Hospitality Association of Guyana (THAG). The forum, which concludes tomorrow, is expected to be attended by all 25 member associations of Caribbean Football Union [CFU] as well as the six non-member states.Several African nations are expected to participate in the inaugural event, which will feature the entire FIFA Development Committee.The event is of significant importance, with one of the key areas of discussion being the possible implementation of a comprehensive regional school football programme. According to FIFA, the Development Committee is assigned to develop programmes for the respective federations. They are also mandated to analyse the strategies devised for the respective member associations and confederations. The FIFA Forward Programme is one of the many initiatives of the Development Committee. It was adopted on May 9th 2016 at the FIFA Congress and has become the global development program especially for emerging nations. FIFA Forward is built to provide an encompassing tailor-made support for the sport’s development in the respective member association and confederations. It is based on three simple principles; more investment, more impact, and more oversight. According to GFF president Wayne Forde, the visit by FIFA president Gianni Infantino to Guyana in 2017 saw extensive discussions on the possibility of a Regional Schools football programme taking place with CARICOM Secretary-General, Irwin LaRocque, with the upshot being today’s programme.Meanwhile Donald Sinclair, Director-General of the Department of Tourism, Donald Sinclair has noted the relationship between sports and tourism and has pledged the support of the department to the development of sports tourism locally while President of Tourism Hospitality Association of Guyana, Mitra Ramkumar pointed out that sport tourism is a huge market with tremendous benefits for Guyana.
Titanic clashes are set to occur this evening at the National Gymnasium when the round of 16 matches of the inaugural Rio Indoor Streetball Championship commence. “We are now at the business end of the tournament where the rules are simple, win and progress or lose and go home,” a release from the organisers stated yesterday.“The tournament has witnessed quality and entertaining football from the start and the knockout round promises to be even more exciting and competitive as the best teams have progressed and will face-off.“The battle lines have been drawn, the fans have selected their favorite teams and we anticipate a wonderful night of action. It’s D-Day in the National Gymnasium,” the release added. “We would also like to thank the fans for their support during this inaugural venture as well as the lawmen who have carried out their duties with aplomb. The officers have ensured that a safe environment is realized and created every evening, much to the satisfaction and appreciation of the fans and players who have witnessed an incident free championship,” the organisers stated.In the opening game, West Demerara unit Showstoppers battles East Coast Demerara side BV at 19:00hrs while Future Stars will lock horns with Kingston at 19:30hrs.In the third match, Rio All-Stars will oppose Tiger Bay from 20:00hrs, Leopold Street will tackle Alexander Village from 20:39hrs and Broad Street will engage Back Circle at 21:00hrs. In the sixth matchup, Gold is Money faces-off with Albouystown from 21:30hrs while Sparta Boss matches skills with Avocado Ballers from 22:00hrs. In the final match, Bent Street tackles Sophia at 22:30hrs.In the final round of group matches held at the same venue on Thursday, the trio of Bent Street, Showstoppers and BV secured easy wins.BV dismantled Avocado Ballers 4-0. Akin Curry recorded a hat trick in the fourth, sixth and ninth minute while Shemar Fraser scored in the 18th minute. Likewise Showstoppers crushed Stabroek Ballers 4-1. Stephon Jupiter amassed a brace in the fifth and 14th minute while Delon Lanferman and Keanu Lawrence scored in the third and seventh minute each.For Stabroek, Seon Taylor netted in the fourth minute. Also Bent Street bested LA Ballers 4-2. Colin Nelson tallied a double in the sixth and 14th minute while Daniel Wilson and Adrian Aaron scored in the 17th and 19th minute each.For the losers, Simeon Moore registered a double in the 12th and 16th minute. In other results, Leopold Street and Tiger Bay battled to a scoreless draw, while Broad Street and Ol Skool contested an identical result. Also, Future Stars and Albouystown played to a 0-0 scoreline.
Asad Qizilbash, head of software marketing for Sony Computer Entertainment America, walks out onstage as graphics from the video game “Dreams” are displayed during the Sony Playstation at E3 2015 news conference at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on Monday, June 15, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) Adam Boyes, vice president of publisher and developer relations for Sony Computer Entertainment America, discusses the video game “Destiny: The Taken King” at the Sony Playstation at E3 2015 news conference at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on Monday, June 15, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) Sony kept most of the focus of its trade show presentation on games coming to the PlayStation 4 console, demonstrating such titles on stage as the sci-fi exploration game “No Man’s Sky” and the impressionistic platformer “The Last Guardian,” a title that was originally teased six years ago at E3 2009.“I could not be happier standing here today,” said Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios. “You don’t know how long I have waited for this moment.”Sony spent much of its time in the E3 spotlight promoting exclusive content coming to PS4s for such games as the military shooter sequel “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3,” Caped Crusader saga “Batman: Arkham Knight,” Victorian-era stealth game “Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate” and sci-fi shooter “Destiny.”Alex Evans, co-founder of “LittleBigPlanet” developer Media Molecule, announced his newest creation: “Dreams,” a trippy puppeteering game where users three-dimensionally draw characters and props together.“In 2015, everything is a remix,” said Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans.Other games hyped Monday included a new rendition of “Hitman,” quirky first-person exploration game “Firewatch,” warrior-versus-robots romp “Horizon: Zero Dawn” and a high-definition remake of “Final Fantasy VII.”Yu Suzuki, the director of the beloved “Shenmue” series, came on stage to petition gamers to crowd-fund a “Shenmue 3” nearly 15 years after open-world “Shenmue 2” was released.Project Morpheus, Sony’s virtual reality headset that works in concert with the PS4, was only briefly mentioned during the presentation. The gaming and electronics giant previously announced the VR system would be out in spring 2016 but hasn’t specified a price.Andrew House, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, said a multiplayer arena battle game for Morpheus called “Rigs” would be available for attendees to try this week on the floor of the E3 show at the Los Angeles Convention Center.“It’s e-sports, Morpheus-style,” House said.Beyond games, Sony declared it was expanding its PlayStation Vue online TV service to Los Angeles and San Francisco on Monday night, broadening availability from when it launched in March in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia. The cable alternative, starting at $50 a month, includes local TV stations affiliated with CBS, NBC, Fox, and pay TV channels such as AMC, Bravo, CNN and Comedy Central. The service is available on PS4 and PlayStation 3 consoles. LOS ANGELES | Nathan Drake is back in action.Sony capped off its game-filled Electronic Entertainment Expo briefing Monday night with a bullet-riddled demonstration of “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End,” the forthcoming action-adventure starring the charismatic treasure hunter.The preview showed Drake and mentor Victor “Sully” Sullivan engaging in a firefight on foot before evading enemies through city streets in a jeep. However, gamers eager to play the latest installment were told they’ll have to wait until 2016.
Tiger Woods watches his chip to the fourth hole, during the first round of the Bridgestone Invitational golf tournament, Thursday, July 31, 2014, in Akron, Ohio. (AP Photo/Phil Long)Tiger Woods is going back to the PGA Tour event at Riviera for the first time since 2006.The Tiger Woods Foundation will become the host organization that runs the tournament, which has Hyundai Motor America as the new title sponsor. The PGA Tour said Tuesday that Woods will be the tournament host and become actively involved in the tournament.Riviera is where Woods, who grew up about 45 minutes away, made his PGA Tour debut as a 16-year-old amateur. He missed the cut with rounds of 72-75. “This is a fantastic opportunity for my foundation,” Woods said in a statement.“This is the first PGA Tour event I ever played, and it means a lot to contribute to a community that has supported me and my foundation for more than 20 years. I’m committed to playing in my foundation’s events, and it will be exciting to return to Riviera.” Hyundai previously was the title sponsor at the winners-only event at Kapalua that starts the year (Hyundai Tournament of Champions). It takes over in Los Angeles after Northern Trust moved its title sponsorship to the New York area for the opening FedEx Cup playoff event.“Recognizing Tiger’s ongoing connection to his home state through his foundation, we saw an opportunity to correspond the transition of the tournament operation with the new long-term sponsorship by Hyundai,” PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem said.Hyundai Motor America has headquarters in southern California.The question is when Woods will play. Because of two back surgeries late last year, he has not competed since August and has not indicated when he will return. Riviera has become the anchor of the West Coast Swing toward the end of February.Woods has never missed one of his foundation events except for injury. Along with playing, he donates all his earnings to the foundation.He last played what was then the Nissan Open at Riviera in 2006 when he narrowly made the cut and withdrew the next day with the flu.Taking over at Riviera means the Tiger Woods Foundation still has three PGA Tour events it runs — the Quicken Loans National in the Washington, D.C., area, and the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.It previously had the Deutsche Bank Championship outside Boston. The tour said its management would take over Boston in 2017, and that the foundation will keep its charitable commitment to the New England area through the Earl Woods Scholarship Program. There are 15 scholars from the New England region, with five more scheduled for the next school year. Still to be determined is the name of the tournament.
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ICYMI Harry Kane scored a Premier League goal in August today for the first time in his career!THE STREAK IS OVER!!! pic.twitter.com/AoNJ0tPv7N— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) August 18, 2018 Lionel Messi pulls off greatest nutmeg ever… but is it all it seems? Kieran Trippier scores a marvellous free-kick for Tottenham against FulhamLatest football newsLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Follow all the latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive BlogUNITED LIVEMan Utd news LIVE: All the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old TraffordLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesAZPI BETTERAzpilicueta reveals turning off phone saved his season after horror startFederico Bernardeschi comes off the bench to score dramatic injury time winner for Juventus against Chievo in Cristiano Ronaldo’s Serie A debutMauricio Pochettino’s side picked up all three points with earlier goals from Lucas Moura and Kieran Trippier.Kane and Trippier combined to show Gareth Southgate’s World Cup heroes are suffering no hangover from their exploits in Russia.Spurs now have six points after winning their first two games.And they are proving a powerhouse up top too with five goals from their opening two fixtures.FINALLY!!HARRY KANE breaks the August curse..#TOTFUL— Ukachi Kelechi Michael (@WICK3D3ST) August 18, 2018 Little studied effect of Global Warming is that Harry Kane can now score in August. #TOTFUL— Tizzy McDizzy (@DerbyDayNYC) August 18, 2018 Harry Kane isn’t even giving the other forwards a months head start anymore. It’s over, @premierleague.— Sean Walsh (@SeanDZWalsh) August 18, 2018 3-1 (77′) Harry Kane scores his first Premier League goal in August, in his 15th PL match in the month. It took him 1,069 minutes to net his first PL August goal.— Gracenote Live (@GracenoteLive) August 18, 2018 HARRY KANE HAS SCORED IN AUGUST, THIS IS NOT A DRILL— Luke Rodford (@LukeRodford) August 18, 2018 Tottenham 3-1 Fulham: Harry Kane scores his first August goal as strikes from Kieran Trippier and Lucas Moura complete winHarry Kane scoring in August can only mean one thing 🏆 pic.twitter.com/bOJ4UtGhv8— Odds Watch (@Odds_Watch) August 18, 2018 Harry Kane! Finally! You absolute legend!!!!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼#TOTFUL And @OfficialFPL points galore!! 👌🏼🌟— Gail Adcock🌈 (@nonblondie37) August 18, 2018 GARY LINEKER led the plaudits as Harry Kane finally scored in August.The Spurs striker netted the third in the 3-1 win over Fulham at Wembley.1 Harry Kane celebrates after finally scoring in the month of AugustCredit: GettyIt was the first time in 15th attempts that the World Cup Golden Boot winner found the back of the net in the opening month of the Premier League season.And ex-Tottenham man Lineker was among the first to tweet about Kane.He wrote: “Finally. It’s Harry Augustus Kane.”Fellow social media users were quick to jump on the bandwagon too.Finally. It’s Harry Augustus Kane.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) August 18, 2018
“While programs and services provided by High Performance Sport Papua New Guinea will remain unchanged, it will be the approach that will be enhanced going forward.”This was made clear by the High Performance Director Aaron Alsop when presenting the updates aligning the programs for 2016-2017.“The programs and services won’t change a lot in terms of what we are doing next year, but it will just mean that the amount or the level of services the athletes and coaches get access to depend on what tier structure they fit in,” Alsop said.Generally, the tiered program is a system for defining different levels of services and support for various sports teams and athletes.“So obviously, tier 1 sports being our absolute elite athlete that we have, right down through our tier three program,” Alsop said.He stressed that another program also gaining momentum going into 2017 is the Talent Pathway program, which aims to develop athletes through development scholarships.The opportunity of what High Performance is looking to do, as well with coaching scholarships, will mean that some of these programs may have been delivered before informally but haven’t been really structured.Other programs facilitated by HP were the tertiary schools sports days, which saw up to 10 colleges and institutions both in Port Moresby and Lae participate in games of volleyball, touch, futsal, mixed netball and basketball.Alsop said the developments in the HP programs are set to enhance the participation of the country in international events, including the various Oceania championships in the region, the Youth Commonwealth Games in Bahamas, the Asian Indoor Games, the Universiade (World University games) in Chinese Taipei, the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the Youth Olympics.
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At times she wanted to go the other way. I was like, ‘not on my watch, please.’ We were just hanging on.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’And saving a life.Tumpane secured one of her arms. A bystander walked up and grabbed the other while another — Mike Weinman, an employee for the Rays — clutched her legs and pinned them to the railing while Tumpane mouthed to someone in the crowd to call emergency line 911. Major league umpire John Tumpane consoles a woman he had seen hop over a railing along the Roberto Clemente Bridge over the Allegheny River, Wednesday, June 28, 2017, in Pittsburgh. (Steph Chambers/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP)PITTSBURGH—John Tumpane can’t explain why he approached the woman as she hopped over the railing of the Roberto Clemente Bridge on Wednesday afternoon.The woman told Tumpane she just wanted to get a better view of the Allegheny River below. The look on her face and the tone of her voice suggested otherwise to Tumpane, a major league baseball umpire in town to work the series between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Tampa Bay Rays.ADVERTISEMENT End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Clippers coach Rivers on Chris Paul trade: ‘I hate the way it ended’ New Queen: Hallasgo dethrones Tabal in Milo Marathon “I just happened to be there,” he said. “I think I’ve been a caring person in my life. I saw somebody in need, and it looked like a situation to obviously insert myself and help out.”The aftermath was a bit surreal. After the woman was taken away, Tumpane called his wife, his arms still shaking.“Not too many times you call your wife and say you helped save somebody’s life,” he said. “A really special moment.”One that stayed with him even as he prepared to call balls and strikes behind home plate Wednesday night. During breaks in the action his eyes would drift to the bridge just a few hundred feet behind the center field wall at PNC Park.“It’s also hard when you stand back behind home plate and look and you see the bridge in the distance, In between innings and whatnot, just thinking of how things could have maybe been,” he said. “Glad it was this way.”Tumpane has no experience in crisis management or suicide prevention. He’s spent 16 years living the nomadic life of an umpire. Asked what was going through his head while he tried to coax the woman back to safety, Tumpane just shrugged his shoulders. How do you explain the unexplainable?“I happened to be in the right spot at the right time,” he said. “Tried to be as comforting as I could and talk her through it. Thankfully that was the outcome.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next What followed were chaotic moments of panic, fear and ultimately, grace.“I couldn’t tell you how long we were waiting for everyone else to get in place,” Tumpane said. ‘Obviously another power comes into be when you’re hanging on and you know what the alternative is of you letting go and not having other people to help you.”Tumpane, Weinman and the third volunteer clung to the unidentified woman until emergency responders arrived. A police boat raced up the river to the iconic yellow bridge named for the Pirates Hall of Famer who died on Dec. 31, 1972, when a plane making humanitarian deliveries to earthquake victims in Nicaragua crashed. Now, 45 years later a crowd thrust together by fate brought a complete stranger back from the brink. Together.“Once they were able to secure her, we were able to talk her back to help us out and we got her back on this side,” Tumpane said. “After that I went up to her, she said, ‘You’ll just forget me after this’ and I said, ‘No, I’ll never forget you.’ This was an unbelievable day and I’m glad to say she can have another day with us …”Tumpane, who grew up in the Chicago suburbs, got into umpiring as a teenager, made his major-league debut in 2012 and received his full-time MLB commission in 2016, stressed he’s no hero.ADVERTISEMENT
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The focus of this third article of the series centers on the role of effective communication in initiating and maintaining community ownership. What do we mean by an effective communication? What kind of communication do we need to help us spur on community participation at every level in every part of the country? Why is communication important for the right kind of community engagement? The second article on spreading community ownership everywhere in Liberia observed the following salient points:One way communities can remain engaged with their own and national issues is to maintain and build on the gains made with the involvement of the local communities in the fight against the Ebola pandemic. There was a massive effort from many partners to engage the local communities and get them to spread the awareness messages and the needed actions to halt the transmission. This was done through the use of local administrative structure and the huge training of chiefs, religious leaders, teachers, women and youth leaders, and getting many ordinary people at various levels of the community engaged with the process. In no time every local community in Liberia was in action in fight Ebola.This much training and community involvement should now be used in creative ways to attend to other critical needs of the nation such as keeping our schools and all learning institutions safe and promoting the restoration of basic health services (immunization of our children and building the required confidence in our health system).Through practical actions from government and others, communities should be taught and shown that the solution of their problems and promoting their own good causes lies in their own hands. Others can help but they must take the lead. Such vital lesson can be conveyed through involving, in a persistent and continuous way, the local communities in planning and implementing program and projects in the areas of health, education, agriculture, infrastructure, and inculcating local entrepreneurship. Communities must be consulted and made active partners in every part of the county. They can be active forces for the good of all.A required element of community engagement is appropriate communication. Communication is a two-way activity. It requires both speaking through verbal and non-verbal means and listening. One speaker speaks and the other listens and the other speaks and the one listens. Keen listening means the listener attempts to feel what the other feels, hear what the other hears and to put one in the other’s shoes.An effective communication is absolutely vital to any attempts to persuade people to do something, especially if it involves asking them to change their mental attitude and behavior. Any kind of propaganda (whether it is a war of any kind, a political platform, a new policy, a marketing strategy, an evangelistic undertaking, or any human endeavor that asks the voluntary involvement of other people) requires the right kind of communicating if it is to succeed. In fact, communication is a necessity for all who lead or influence others in one form or the other. Sometime the difference between success and failure depends on one communicates his/her vision.If communities are to find self-generating solutions to their problems and improve their total wellbeing there must be effective community at every level and stage of a continued process. Those who initiate and remain with community engagement have to be effective communicators.This requires an entry into the community. Community entry is about the strategies employed to get the community to open herself up and disclose its true needs, concerns and aspirations. There are all sorts of ways of doing this, depending on each particular community. Whatever means one chooses has to include involving the local leadership on the ground.Effective communication takes a lot more listening than talking. It means honestly and earnestly seeking to understand and learn from the community as opposed to telling her what one wants to communicate and coming to teach the community something. When one listens empathetically very often one learns something valuable from and about the people that one desires to engage. Effective communication overcomes barriers and creates countless opportunities for community participation and ownership.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
LPRC and Club Breweries have registered their appeals to the First Instant Board Appeal Committee, headed by vice president Musa Shannon, against their de-registration as members of the Liberia Football Association (LFA).Secretary General Alphonso Armah told newsmen yesterday that hearings are expected this weekend at the football house on Benson Street.Mr. Armah further announced that 2nd division outfits Small Town and Mighty Blue Dragon have also sought appeal.Though, Armah failed to state the appeal’s fees, reports say each team paid L$10,000.It may be recalled last week, Ansu Dorley, chairman of the First Instant Board said the clubs failed to meet up with the minimal requirement of a practice pitch, Article of Incorporation (AOI) amongst others, thus disqualifying them from the 2014/2015 LFA League.Mr. Dorley named the teams for the 1st division as BYC, FC Fassell, LISCR, Wantaga, Nimba United, Jubilee FC, NPA Anchors and Aries. IE and Keitrace were given provisional clearances up to May 31.He also named Mighty Blue Angels, Barrolle, ELWA United, Gardnersville FC, BYC II and Holder FC to participate in the 2nd division league.Georgia Conquerors and Sesay FC were given provisional clearances, while Small Town, Ganta and Might Dragon were denied participation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)