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first_imgWith summer seasons getting ready to start across the country, it’s time to make sure you are in the right gear for the season. Touch Football Australia’s (TFA) sponsors, X-Blades, KooGa, Hyper-Active and BodyScience have all the equipment you need for the summer season. X-BladesX-Blades is the official footwear supplier of TFA and has a large range of boots for both children and adults. To visit their online shop, please visit – www.bladesfootball.com.auKooGaKooGa is the uniform supplier of TFA and have a wide range of styles for team uniforms. To visit their website, please click on the following link – www.kooga.com.auHyper-ActiveHyper-Active is the merchandise supplier for TFA and have been involved with Touch Football for over 25 years. To view their range, please visit their website – www.hypertouch.com.auBodyScience TFA compression supplier, BodyScience, has all your needs when it comes to compression gear. Through their Club Direct program, BSc can personalise your club’s compression gear to have your logos and colours. For more information about this, please contact Ryan Brustolin at BSc by emailing ryan@bodyscience.com.au. Stay tuned to the TFA website for more information in the coming weeks. Related LinksSummer Touch Gearlast_img read more

10 months agoMourinho only felt Man Utd at their best when…

first_imgMourinho only felt Man Utd at their best when…by Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho felt he only saw his players at their best mentally when they went a goal down.The Manchester Evening News says Mourinho felt he learnt more about his players when they went a goal behind, and that they would only start performing to their full potential once this happened.After beating Swansea, the Portuguese even explained how going behind worked well for United, despite it piling pressure on him.He said: “The only thing I want to see, but I don’t want to see if it happens, is the team losing and see the way we emotionally react to it because it’s also another stage to be losing and try to change a result.”Because, at the moment, everything is going in our favour but it’s not always motorway. You always find difficult roads and road works and you have to be ready.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Wandering river otter avoids trap in tiny downtown Vancouver park

first_imgVANCOUVER — The wandering river otter with a taste for decorative and valuable koi carp has managed to elude a trap set Tuesday in hopes of removing it from a classical Chinese garden in Vancouver.Officials with the Vancouver Park Board baited the humane trap with chicken and smeared a mat with fish oil to entice the otter in an effort to relocate the adventurous mammal to a more appropriate home in Stanley Park, about three kilometres away.But a park board spokeswoman says the trap was empty Wednesday.She says there’s still no solution to the mystery of how the otter found the tranquil ponds within the walled Sun Yat-Sen Classical Garden at the edge of the city’s Chinatown.The otter has had no trouble chasing down some of the large, and very old koi that live in the garden’s ponds, and is blamed for eating about five or six of them.While they try to catch the otter, park board and Vancouver Aquarium staff are also making plans to remove the roughly 11 large koi still remaining in the ponds.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Boston Red Sox select Ohio State pitcher Travis Lakins in 6th round

Sophomore right-handed pitcher Travis Lakins (1) delivers a pitch against Illinois on May 2, 2015. OSU lost, 6-5.Credit: Elliot Gilfix / For The LanternThe Ohio State baseball team may have narrowly missed out on postseason play this season, but it finally had some reason to celebrate during the second day of the 2015 MLB draft.Right-handed pitcher Travis Lakins became the highest OSU player drafted since fellow righty Alex Wimmers went 21st overall in 2010. The Boston Red Sox selected Lakins in the sixth round — 171st overall — on Tuesday afternoon.Lakins, a hard-throwing product of Franklin, Ohio, is coming off a sophomore season in which he went 4-4 with a 3.75 ERA in 15 starts. He struck out a team-high 84 in 96.0 innings pitched.Lakins’ final start of the season was arguably his strongest, as he neutralized Iowa’s lineup to the tune of six hits and one run allowed over eight innings in the opening game of the Big Ten tournament. However, a blown save in the ninth following Lakins’ departure gave the Hawkeyes the 3-2 victory.In the righty’s freshman campaign, he was used primarily out of the bullpen, where he made 23 of his 25 appearances. In 55.0 innings of work, he fanned 55 batters and compiled a 2.45 ERA, the second best on the team.He later made headlines after his freshman season when he threw a perfect game on June 20, 2014 while pitching for the Chillicothe Paints in summer ball. He struck out 14 in the perfect game against the West Virginia Miners, which was the first in the history of the Prospect League.Should Lakins choose to sign with Boston, the slot value for the 171st pick is $287,500, according to Baseball America. He was previously set to play for the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod League this summer alongside outfielder Ronnie Dawson.The 2015 draft marked the fourth consecutive year at least one OSU player was drafted, following John Kuchno in 2012, Jon Pellant, Brett McKinney and Brad Goldberg in 2013 and Greg Greve last season.The MLB draft is scheduled to conclude with the 11th through 40th rounds on Wednesday. read more

Bahamian Music Legend Dies – Count Bernadino Exits Lifes Stage At 92

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppFrom Obi Pindling, leader of Visage and close family friend…“I have been asked by the family of Bahamian cultural giant, recording artist and entertainer par excellence, Mr. Franklyn H. Ellis more affectionately known as “Count Bernadino”, to formally announce his passing shortly after midnight today at Doctor’s Hospital with his dear and loving wife, Juanita, at his bedside. He was 92 years old.As many of you may know, for the past eighteen (18) months or so, “Count” has been bed-ridden and unable to walk, as he battled heart and thyroid issues. A more detailed statement along with funeral arrangements will be given at a later date.On behalf of my own family, the Visage family, the entire music and entertainment industry of our beloved Bahamas and Bahamians everywhere, I wish to extend condolences and deepest sympathies to his wife, children (especially my very close and dear friends, Joey, Nita and Mia) and his extended family. We all offer our prayers that the Lord strengthens all of you at this very difficult time.May his soul rest in peace. Amen.” Related Items:BAHAMIAN MUSIC LEGEND, COUNT BERNADINO Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

Above 6 children at greater risk of dengue infection

first_imga female aedes mosquito. File PhotoThe children who are older than six years are at a greater risk of dengue infection since they spend more time in crowded places like schools and parks, says a new study of icddr,b.Under the study, two household serosurveys were conducted in 2012 to assess the seroprevalence and seroincidence of dengue fever virus (DENV).During the period, information on demographic, socioeconomic, and other relevant characteristics was collected from the study participants using a structured socioeconomic questionnaire. The findings have been released recently.The study combines serological surveys of blood samples with participant interviews to determine various socio-cultural risk factors that predict DENV infection.Serological surveys measure the presence of circulating antibodies in blood samples to objectively determine whether each participant has been infected with DENV in the past.The study identifies various household and community level risk factors that increase the risk of dengue infection. At the household level, the presence of ornamental potted plants, potential breeding grounds for mosquitoes was found to increase the risk for DENV infection.According to research investigator at icddr,b and co-author of the study Kishor Kumar Paul, home-based interventions such as removing indoor potted plants and increased bed net use, as well as vector control measures in public parks, will reduce the exposure to dengue infections among the city dwellers.Dengue is spread by mosquitoes Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, the two species which can also transmit other mosquito-borne viruses.Multiple dengue outbreaks have occurred in Bangladesh since the first major outbreak in 2000. The vast majority (91 pc) of reported dengue cases between 2000 and 2009 occurred in Dhaka.Official data show that so far over 660 dengue cases with two fatalities have been reported this year in the capital. Of them, 121 dengue cases were reported in May, followed by 202 in June and 84 up to 16 July 2017.The new study found a very high degree of seroprevalence for DENV across Dhaka city, with the highest seroprevalence in the older, more densely populated areas. It is an indicator of significant unreported dengue virus-associated illness.There are also many new infections that occur between the pre- and post-monsoon period, suggesting that DENV was circulating through the city quite intensely during the study.Findings of this study indicate that home-based interventions like removing indoor potted plants and increased bed net use, in addition to vector control measures in public parks, would reduce exposure to DENV and further decrease risk of viral associated disease.Principal investigator of the study W Abdullah Brooks said this study demonstrates that formulation of an active DENV surveillance system is urgently warranted, particularly to estimate the impact of DENV disease burden in Dhaka and other urban areas of the country.last_img read more

3 of a family killed as truck overturns

first_imgThe overturned truck at Mirzapur, Tangail. Photo: Prothom AloThree members of a family were killed and five others injured as a tiles-laden truck carrying them overturned in Shuvulla of Mirzapur upazila, Tangail early Tuesday. The deceased are Niranjan Mali, 35, his wife Sagari, 25 and their daughter Swarna, 8, from Joypurhat’s Khetlal upazila. The injured are now undergoing treatment in Mirzapur’s Kumudini Women’s Medical College Hospital, said witnesses. Confirming the incident, assistant sub-inspector of Mirzapur police station, Nazrul Islam, told Prothom Alo that the truck, which was heading towards northern region, had eight passengers on it. When the truck reached Shuvulla area around 2:30am, the driver lost control and it overturned on the road, leaving the three members of the family dead and others injured. The injured were whisked off to Kumudini Women’s Medical College Hospital in Mirzapur, the police officer also said adding that at least two injured are in critical condition.last_img read more

No 3 Louisville Opens ACC Tournament on Friday

first_imgDate: Friday, March 8Time: 6 p.m. ETSite: Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C. (23,500)Radio: WKRD-790, Nick Curran, play-by-play; Adrienne Johnson, analystVideo: ACCNE, Tom Werne, play-by-play; Debbie Antonelli, analyst, Kelley Deyo, sidelineUofL National Ranking: 3rd Associated Press, 3rd USA TodayFor the latest on Louisville women’s basketball, visit GoCards.com, follow the team’s Twitter account at @UofLWBB or on Facebook at facebook.com/UofLWBB.Print Friendly Version Story Links Game Notes Live Stats They are 118-21 (.849) overall in the last four years, which is tied for the most wins by a class ever and are assured to finish their careers with the fewest losses and the best winning percentage in program history. Last season, Myisha Hines-Allen wrapped her career with a 118-26 (.819) record, becoming the winningest player in program history. Virginia Tech opened the tournament with an 85-63 win over Wake Forest on Wednesday afternoon. The Hokies and Tigers will now square off on Thursday at 6 p.m. ET. UofL now seeks to sweep regular season and tournament titles in consecutive seasons.  Last year they swept titles for the first time since they swept the Metro in 1984. Those two seasons are the only times in program history where they have won both. They have won seven regular season titles (1984, 1992, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2018, 2019) and six conference tournament titles, the first five in the Metro (1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1993, 2018). Nine players have scored for the Cardinals in the last three games. Overall, nine players have scored in 13 games this season. Seven players are averaging more than 7.3 points and more than 19.4 minutes per game. Seven different players have scored 15-plus points in a game. The Cardinals won 72-63 at Virginia Tech on Feb. 10. They used a 26-12 second quarter to help build a 20-point lead before hanging on to a nine-point win. Durr and Fuehring combined for 55 of Louisville’s 72 points in the win. Arica Carter, Asia Durr and Sam Fuehring will go down as one of the most accomplished senior classes in program history. They are off to a 27-2 start this season and are 63-5 in the last two seasons combined. Last season, they helped the Cardinals reach the program’s third Final Four and put together a program-best 36-3 record. Tickets LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After claiming its second straight Atlantic Coast Conference championship, No. 3 Louisville (27-2, 14-2) opens ACC Tournament play as the 2-seed on Friday night at 6 p.m. ET against either 7-seed Clemson (18-11, 9-7)  or 10-seed Virginia Tech (20-10, 6-10). Louisville won 76-44 at Clemson on Feb. 2. After falling behind 4-0, they used an 18-0 run to pull ahead 18-4 and finished the first quarter with 20-10 lead. They then used a 32-6 run that began late in the second quarter and stretched into the final period. They outscored the Tigers 17-5 in the third and 24-12 in the fourth for a 41-17 second half advantage. Jazmine Jones led the Cardinals with 17 points as she went 3-for-3 from 3-point range. Last season’s ACC Tournament title marked the first conference tournament title under head coach Jeff Walz. Since his first season in 2007-08, the Cardinals boast an 18-10 record (.643) and have reached four championship games (2008, 2009, 2014, 2018). UofL is 9-6 in the Big East, 2-1 in the AAC, and 7-3 in the ACC in that span. With the 67-40 win at Pitt, the Cardinals concluded ACC play with a 14-2 record to clinch the regular season conference crown. It marked the first time in program history that they have won back-to-back regular season titles.last_img read more

LHC lawsuit case dismissed by US court

first_img More information: via: Symmetry Magazine and Cosmic Log– A Lawyer’s View of the Risk of Black Hole Catastrophe at the LHC, PhysOrg.com, January 22, 2010. So far, the LHC has reached an energy of about 3.5 trillion electron volts, or half of its full energy. Image credit: CERN. Walter Wagner, a retired nuclear safety officer, along with Spanish journalist Luis Sancho, filed the lawsuit in March 2008 before the LHC was turned on. The LHC, located on the border between France and Switzerland, was built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). As a collaboration among thousands of scientists from more than 100 countries, the LHC is the largest and most powerful particle accelerator in the world. After an electrical fault initially shut down the collider when it was first turned on in September 2008, it has been operating successfully since November 2009.The LHC was designed to investigate many exotic areas of science, such as supersymmetry, extra dimensions, and dark matter. Wagner filed the lawsuit due to his concern that the LHC would produce black holes or a strange form of matter that could destroy the Earth. While he attempted to stop the LHC before it began operating, the US court originally dismissed the suit in 2008 on the grounds that the court had no jurisdiction over the LHC operations. But Wagner appealed the case, and now, for the second time, the court has dismissed the lawsuit for similar reasons. The judge noted that the LHC is owned, managed, and controlled by CERN, not the US. “The US government enjoys only observer status on the CERN council, and has no control over CERN or its operations,” the judge wrote in the final decision. “Accordingly, the alleged injury, destruction of the Earth, is in no way attributable to the US government’s failure to draft an environmental impact statement.”Even if the US court could have an impact on LHC operations, the judge also concluded that Wagner did not demonstrate sufficient standing in the court for the case to proceed. “At most, Wagner has alleged that experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (the ‘Collider’) have ‘potential adverse consequences.’ Speculative fear of future harm does not constitute an injury in fact sufficient to confer standing.”Wagner told Cosmic Log, a science blog at MSNBC, that he plans to seek a review of the court’s ruling, since the law allows review requests to be filed up to 45 days after the August 24 ruling.CERN plans to continue operating the LHC through 2011 at half-power, or 3.5 trillion electron volts. Then, after one year of scheduled maintenance, the power will be increased to the maximum 7 trillion electron volts in December 2012. The full (five-paragraph) court ruling is available here. Meanwhile, a monitoring system that provides real-time updates on the LHC’s potential for destruction is available at www.hasthelargehadroncolliderdestroyedtheworldyet.com. Citation: LHC lawsuit case dismissed by US court (2010, September 13) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-09-lhc-lawsuit-case-dismissed-court.html © 2010 PhysOrg.com LHC Ready for Duty Again (PhysOrg.com) — A Hawaiian man’s lawsuit to try to prevent operations of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has been dismissed due to a failure to show a “credible threat of harm,” according to the judge. And, as ruled in 2008, the judge again concluded that the US government is not the correct party to bring the suit against since the US doesn’t control LHC operations. Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

Former vice governor of Anhui sacked serious violation expelled from the party

Since the establishment of the

party, Party building has been stressed, emphasizing the service for the masses. But there are also some of the officials, in the face of the temptation of the interests of the face, lost their original direction. The day before, approved by the CPC Central Committee, the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the investigation of Anhui provincial government, former party members, deputy governor Yang Zhenchao serious disciplinary problems. At the same time, he was expelled from the party because of its serious violation of discipline. read more