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September 26, 2020
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LIME awards two with Lime Creole in the Park Lifetime Awards

first_imgHis Excellency Dr Nicholas Liverpool awarding Dr Alwin Bully with the LIME Creole in the Park Lifetime Award LIME Dominica has bestowed Dr Alwin Bully and the Giraudel Jing Ping band with LIME Creole in the Park Lifetime Awards as part of the 9th Annual Creole in the Park on Monday afternoon.Chairman of the Carnival Committee Alwin Anthony Bully has been awarded for his contribution to Dominica and the region in the field of arts and culture.According to the citation read by Pearl Christian, Dr Bully designed his first carnival queen costume at the age of 12; in 1970 he wrote his first play with a cast of students, in 1978 he was selected to create and head the division of culture; designed the Dominica flag which was raised for the first time on 3rd November, 1978, he served as an advisor to UNESCO Cultural Advisor to the Caribbean in 1987 where he served for twenty years, in August of 2008 he initiated the National Literary Festival and Book Fair which attracts participants from far and wide among several of his accomplishments and awards which he has been conferred with. Mr Bully was also recently conferred with a degree of doctor of letters for his contribution to the development of arts and culture in the Caribbean by the University of the West Indies.The Giraudel Jing Ping band has also been awarded for their contribution to the development and preservation of Dominica’s traditional music.The Giraudel Jing Ping Band standing with His Excellency Dr Nicholas Liverpool on the left and Country Manager of LIME Jeffrey Baptiste on the right.According to the citation read by Pearl Christian, the band provided assistance to many cultural dance groups.“The Giraudel Jing Ping band has been an unflagging participant in the national day competitions in the traditional arts and has provided music to a number of cultural dance groups including the Roseau Cultural Group and the Kai Belle Dancers from Eggleston. Through connections with the Division of Culture the band has had opportunities to promote Dominica’s traditional music locally, regionally and internationally travelling to St. Maarten, Antigua, Marie Galante, Trinidad, France and the USA.”Ms Christian further highlighted the bands accomplishment in documenting the traditional music for commercial purposes.“The group with the assistance of McCarthy Marie pioneered the documentation of jing ping music when they recorded a collection of jing ping music for commercial purposes. The Giraudel band now has three collections of this type of music. The band is the proud recipient of the Golden Drum award presented by the National Cultural Council; some of the members have been individually honoured for their contribution to the preservation and promotion of Dominica’s traditional music.”Joseph Pinard receiving the Special Employee Recognitions Award from Country Manager of LIME Jeffrey Baptiste.In related news; LIME also awarded Joseph Pinard with the Sepcial Employee Recognitions Award for his hard work and contribution to Lime Creole in the Park. According to the citation read by Corporate Communications Manager at LIME Ferdina Frampton, Pinard has “proved time and time again that he can be relied upon to deliver the goods” and through his work at Creole in the Park “has redefined his title, he has really shown what the title of Engineer Support means”. The 9th Annual Creole in the Park officially opened this afternoon and will continue until Thursday of this week.The lineup of performances is as follows;Monday – NCORE(MFR) Band, Cadence from Guadeloupe, Colton T and Midnight GrooversTuesday – Signal Band, Gregory Rabbess, Shades of Green, Ophelia and the Swinging Stars Band featuring local CalypsoniansWednesday – Caribbean Vibes, Dr Silk, Amos & Ras Judah, Triple Kay Global, Q Talent Search Competitors, Fanatik Band, RAS Mo and Kes the BandThursday – Freddie & Friends, Blaklyte, Nelly Stharre, 2010 QTS Winner Asher Thomas, WCK Band and Bounty KillerDominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share Share 135 Views   no discussionscenter_img Tweet LocalNews LIME awards two with Lime Creole in the Park Lifetime Awards by: – October 24, 2011 Sharelast_img read more

September 24, 2020
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Unlikely State Champ

first_imgWhen Hamilton Southeastern’s Francis Ehigbai came out for track this spring, no one expected him to be a state champion.  After all, an ACL injury in his left knee kept him from playing basketball his senior year.  Since his leg was still not as strong as he would have liked it to be, he decided to try high jump because of his size.  This was quite a decision on his and his coach’s part.As the season progressed, Ehigbai took to high jump like he had done it all of his life.  He went into the state meet as the 3rd seed but came out as the state champion.  He won the meet with a jump of 6’11”.  If you wonder how someone can do this in such a short time, good coaches can look at an athlete and see potential.  Very seldom are you fortunate enough to see that potential come to fruition in a single season.  This young man’s natural athletic ability made it possible.  The coaches were quoted as saying “we just tweaked his style a bit”.  What an outcome!last_img read more

September 23, 2020
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Area Middle School CC Teams Participate In Quad Meet

first_imgThe Batesville Middle School boys won their cross country meet against Milan, Jac-Cen-Del and Rising Sun on Thursday.  Eli Loichinger finished 2nd in the boy’s race, followed by Jake Chapman, 4th, Otto Hund 5th, Emi Lopez, 6th, Talan Rowlett, 8thth, Cannon Clark 9th, Isaac Trossman 10th, Santiago Schutte 12th, Lincoln Garrett 13th, Landon Raver 14th, Landin Hughes 16th, and Cash Meyers 18th.   The Batesville Middle School girls finished 4th against Milan, Jac-Cen-Del and Rising Sun.  Kaylynn Bedel won the girl’s race, followed by Megan Allgeier, 2nd, Charlotte Trossman 18th, and Kenzie Cox 20th.    BoysBatesville                   25Milan                           60Rising Sun                    76Jac-Cen-Del                 78     GirlsRising Sun                    48Milan                           49Jac-Cen-Del                 61Batesville                     62Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Derek Suits.The Jac-Cen-Del junior high cross country teams hosted a four team meet with Batesville, Milan, and Rising Sun on Thursday evening (9/5). The JCD girls’ team finished 3rd. The JCD boys’ team was 4th. Sept5@JCDCourtesy of Eagles Coach Steve Narwold.last_img read more

September 22, 2020
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Podolski set for Cologne return

first_imgRelatedPosts Iniesta begins new chapter at J.League’s Kobe Podolski blasts Germany past England Galatasaray signs Podolski Former Germany star, Lukas Podolski, will return to his boyhood club Cologne but not as a player. Cologne said on Tuesday after a meeting with the 34-year-old club icon and his agent that both sides will be working on a concept. The concept is to have him in a yet to be determined role at the club. “It was agreed to go about a short-term co-operation, as well as a commitment from Lukas in the club after his career ends,” the club said. Club President Werner Wolf said Cologne “want to make use of his love for FC and his appeal across the world, and be with Lukas as he makes the meaningful and very personal steps after his playing career”. He said: “Therefore, we will now be in a continuous dialogue.” Podolski said: “I’m looking forward to planning how I can support FC in the future together with them. Cologne is, was and remains my home and FC is my club.” He joined Cologne at the age of 10 and played in the first team from 2003 to 2006 and from 2010 to 2012. The 130-times capped 2014 World Cup winner also had terms at Bayern Munich, Arsenal, Inter Milan, Galatasaray and Vissel Kobe. He is now linked with a return to Turkey as a player as he has had talks with the Antalyaspor club.Tags: Lukas PodolskiWerner Golflast_img read more

September 20, 2020
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Ramsey questions Dunne decision

first_img “On the disallowed goal, referees need to look at the consequences of their decisions,” Ramsey said. “We’re scrapping at the bottom and there was no way that was a foul. “I’m trying not to get into having a go at the referee but I know now why managers do it now. “We’re fighting for our life and you get a decision like that, that’s why people have a go at refs. People’s livelihoods are at stake. “It’s given for a foul by Caulker but he’s gone up to head the ball in a normal challenge. “He hasn’t put his hands above his head or anything like that and the goalkeeper has spilled the ball.” Ramsey added: “It could be the fact you can’t touch keepers but we’re led to believe a fair challenge is a fair challenge. “If the keeper goes up for the ball are we supposed to just let him catch it and clear it?” QPR’s chances of avoiding the drop look slim, particularly given their next two games see them travel to Liverpool and Manchester City before they finish the season at home to Newcastle and away to Leicester. “I think you need three wins realistically,” Ramsey said. “Two wins might just do it but we have to approach these next two games like they are finals.” West Ham extended a poor run of form that has seen them win only twice in the league in 2015 but it could have been worse for Sam Allardyce’s side had Adrian not saved Charlie Austin’s first-half penalty. Adrian has saved his last three consecutive spot-kicks and Allardyce was full of praise for his goalkeeper. “He’s proving to be one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League on a consistent basis,” Allardyce said. “That’s three penalty saves on the trot now. He’s been an outstanding find from our point of view.” “It will spread fear across the league because everyone will know he’s saved three on the trot so people will be even more nervous. “Your goalkeeper is the second most important member of your team after your goalscorer and he’s shown that today by winning us a point.” West Ham’s disappointing second half of the season has seen them slip to 10th in the table and increased the uncertainty surrounding Allardyce, whose contract expires at the end of the season. “A man of my age and my experience doesn’t lose sleep over things like this anymore,” Allardyce said. “It’s not worth it. My health is worth more than worrying about things like that. “You stay awake at night worrying about your team, that’s the priority. That’s what you concentrate on.” Dunne thought he had given his side the lead when he nodded home at Loftus Road but referee Mike Jones penalised Steven Caulker for a foul on Hammers goalkeeper Adrian. The draw leaves Rangers four points adrift of safety, having played a game more than the three teams above them in the table. QPR manager Chris Ramsey bemoaned the decision to disallow Richard Dunne’s second-half goal after a 0-0 draw with West Ham dented Rangers’ survival hopes. Press Associationlast_img read more

September 17, 2020
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Remita Cup: FCMB, First Bank, Others Hit S’finals

first_imgThe highly anticipated Remita Corporate Champions Cup 2018 finally kicked off on Sunday with FCMB, Friesland Campina, Leadway Assurance and First Bank making it to the semi-finals.The Remita Cup is an annual football tourney for career professionals across various industries, sponsored by leading fintech firm and owners of Remita, SystemSpecs, to promote healthy living, work-life balance and networking among corporate organisations.Setting the ball rolling at the Sports Pavilion in YabaTech, Lagos, were Friesland Campina, the producers of Peak Milk and 9Mobile, a leading telecoms service provider. Friesland Campina defeated 9Mobile 2-1 to clinch the first semi-final ticket in the competition. First Bank took a 4-2 victory against Unilever in a penalty shoot-out after a goalless draw in the first and second half, while Leadway Assurance mercilessly beat first time participants, Credit Direct 5-0. FCMB sent the defending Champions, IHS Towers packing, defeating them 1 goal to nil, to own the last semi-final ticket.Just as sounds of trumpets and drums from fans rented the air to support the corporate football champions, the fans were also thrilled with performance by top hip hop artiste, Reminisce. The Alaga Ibile had them on their feet with his major hit songs, Ponmile, Daddy Mi, Tesojue, Konsignment, and Problem.Present at the event were the Managing Director of SystemSpecs, Mr. John Obaro; Former Super Eagles goalkeeper and Remita Cup Tournament Ambassador, Peter Rufai; The Chief Operating Officer of MediaVision (organisers), Mr Jimi Sogbesan; the Executive Director, SystemSpecs, Mr. Deremi Atanda. among others.Before the main games began, there was a novelty match between YabaTech FC and Unilag Marine.The semi-finals will hold on Sunday, August 19, 2018, at the same venue in YabaTech. FrieslandCampina will take on Leadway Assurance, while First Bank will battle FCMB.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

September 17, 2020
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Messi Back in Argentina Squad after Eight Months Absence

first_imgLionel Messi Another long-term absentee, PSG’s Angel Di Maria, also makes the squad.In all, Messi has missed six friendlies since the World Cup in Russia but many believe he will be an essential part of the team that travels to Brazil for the Copa America, which kicks off June 14.While he’s built up an almost unprecedented collection of trophies with his club, Messi is running out of time to taste major international success with Argentina.He was on the losing side in major finals three years running from 2014-16, first to Germany in the World Cup in Brazil, then twice to Chile on penalties in the Copa America, including the one-off Centenary edition of the competition.With 65 goals in 128 appearances, Messi is Argentina’s all-time top goalscorer. He’s also Barca’s top marksman ever with more than twice the number of goals as the next best.But he’s never managed to match his club form when operating on the international stage.Argentina play Venezuela in Madrid on March 22 and then travel to Tangier four days later to tackle hosts Morocco.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Lionel Messi was named in the Argentina squad on Thursday for the first time since the World Cup, ending a self-imposed eight month exile.Interim coach Lionel Scaloni named the five-time World Player of the Year in his squad for the friendlies against Venezuela and Morocco.The 31-year-old Barcelona star hasn’t pulled on the light blue and white national team jersey since Argentina were dumped out of the World Cup last June by eventual winners France.last_img read more

September 17, 2020
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Fair displays improved all-around game in exhibition against Holy Family

first_img Published on November 2, 2013 at 12:37 am Contact Trevor: tbhass@syr.edu | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+ C.J. Fair swooped up the court in a hurry, using a left-handed power dribble to motor by the Holy Family defense.He entered the paint and saw Rakeem Christmas to his right. Fair stealthily snuck a pass underneath Derrick Stewart’s arm and Christmas flushed with authority.On Syracuse’s next possession, Fair snagged a rebound off a Hunter Wysocki miss and raced the other way. He found a camped-out Tyler Ennis, who nailed a 3-pointer amid a 11-0 run. Fair finished with 13 points, nine rebounds, five assists and two blocks in the Orange’s 79-41 beat down of Holy Family on Friday night.Fair looked comfortable bringing the ball up and facilitated the offense more than he did for much of last year.“In the offseason, I focused a lot on dribbling the ball,” Fair said, “because I know sometimes I’m going to have to take pressure off the guards.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCoach Boeheim said Fair looked good on the boards and has worked on all facets of his game in the offseason. He said Fair has improved his playmaking ability and that the strides he’s made were evident Friday.“I know it’s something that he’s worked on,” Cooney said. “He looked great tonight going off the dribble and he does in practice all the time.”Fair’s most emphatic play came nearly a minute and a half into the second half, and it came off of the dribble. Two Tiger defenders swarmed him. Fair upfaked, took one dribble to the rack and threw down a one-handed jam with authority.He scored or assisted on 15 of Syracuse’s first 22 points in the second half, including a pass to Jerami Grant for a dunk at the 15:45 mark, followed by a 3-pointer a few minutes later. He passed and dribbled with far less apprehension and far more fluidity than he did a year ago.“It’s all about getting comfortable with myself,” Fair said, “and Coach letting me do those type of things.” Commentslast_img read more

August 31, 2020
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2017 U-17 World Cup Review: Mali Thrash Iraq To Secure Last Eight Spot As…

first_imgWest African side Mali are through to the quarterfinal at the tournament in India after they thrashed Iraq 5-1 in their last 16 game.Lassane Ndiaye netted a brace to help his side to a dominant victory. He is now the joint leading scorer after the two goals took his tournament tally to five goals.Mali will need to wait for the winner of the all-African match between Ghana and Niger Republic to determine their last eight opponents.Spain produced an impressive comeback win by beating France 2-1 courtesy goals from Miranda and Abel Ruiz and will now play Iran for a spot in the semis.  Iran defeated Mexico by the same 2-1 scoreline.England are also through after a nail biting penalty shootouts win over Japan after they had played a goalless draw. Both sides played out a goalless draw but the junior Three Lions held their nerves to win 5-3 on penalties thus setting up a last eight meeting with the United States.Last 16 Results:Mali 5-1 IraqIran 2-1 MexicoEngland 0-0 Japan (England win 5-3 on penalties)France 1-2 SpainToday’s FixturesBrazil vs. HondurasGhana vs. Niger RepublicRelatedlast_img read more

August 30, 2020
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SBC’s on the ball: Paradise Papers rocks world football

first_img From sponsorship to the ever-expanding world of football media coverage, when it comes to the business of football, SBC has you covered. This edition shines a spotlight on the recently-leaked Paradise Papers, and the question marks over club ownership that these papers have thrown up. We’ll also reflect on allegations of match fixing against Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis, CONCACAF’s plans for a new Nations League and Manchester City’s record revenues.____________________Nottingham Forest Owner charged with match fixing Evangelos Marinakis, the owner of Nottingham Forest and Olympiakos will face trial over accusations over trying to fix football matches in Greece.Marinakis, who passed all the tests required to own an English football club has consistently denied the accusations and has claimed that they were fabricated by “jealous” opponents who are defiant on destroying his success.Furthermore, following the accusations the Olympiakos Chairman has announced he is stepping down from the board of the Greek champions, he is yet to make an announcement with regards to his future at Forest, however the club has clarified that there are structures in place regardless of the personal fate of Marinakis.In a statement on the official website of Olympiakos, Marinakis said: “I am certain that my innocence with regard to these remaining charges will be demonstrated by the judicial process that will ensue, thus fully exonerating me.”The trial is expected to take place at some point in 2018.Football World left stunned by Paradise Papers18 months on from the explosive Panama Papers, the topic of offshore tax havens has again been thrust into the limelight, unsurprisingly implicating a number of big names from the world of sport. Dubbed the Paradise Papers this time around, their emergence has thrown up a number of questions surrounding Premier League club ownership. More specifically, the confusion surrounds the ownership of Everton, and whether league rules have been broken in this case. Farhad Moshiri sold his Arsenal stake in 2016 to buy nearly 50% of Everton, but the leaks suggest his original Arsenal stake was funded by a “gift” from oligarch Alisher Usmanov, who owns 30.4% of Arsenal. This raises the question of whether his money is now in Everton, and the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) is calling for a strengthening of ownership rules.And while Celtic supporters affectionately refer to their beloved Parkhead as ‘Paradise’, owner Dermot Desmond has been hearing the word in an entirely different context this week. The Irish powerbroker has been implicated in the Papers, with a private jet company he previously owned accused of using an “aggressive” offshore tax avoidance scheme. Desmond rounded on a BBC journalist who confronted him on these allegations in typically tribalistic fashion: writing him an open letter asking “are you a Rangers fan?”CONCACAF closes in on Nations League agreementA new Nations League tournament, for teams in North and Central America and the Caribbean, is close to being agreed upon with an expected start date of September 2018. CONCACAF, the region’s governing body, has been consulting with its 41 national associations, which includes the USA and Mexico, and the tournament is intended to run in tandem with UEFA’s Nations League. Betfair’s Katie Baylis recently revealed to SBC that “Introducing a more competitive element to turn international ‘friendlies’ into more meaningful encounters seems a good move.” She added that it will probably take time for this to increase interest in international breaks from a betting perspective.League One Bury go cashlessGreater Manchester club Bury has become the first in the UK to implement a new prepaid card system at its ground. The League One outfit has deployed cashless payments specialists tappit – who also sponsor the club’s away kit – for a new system where fans simply tap their prepaid Bury-branded card against a POS terminal when purchasing refreshments.The initiative could have positive implications for betting operators located at football stadiums, as in the future there appears to be a realistic possibility that this type of cashless system is utilised to speed up the process of placing a bet at the game.Blue moon rising In spite of a soaring wage bill, which with the help of numerous marquee signings increased from £197.6m to £264.1m, Premier League leaders Manchester City announced record revenue of £473.4m in the 2016-17 financial year. Nonetheless, the Eastland’s club still reported that its profits took a hit, reducing from £20.5m to £1.1m. City followed up this news with the appointment of former chief executive of Manchester City Council, Sir Howard Berenstein as the club’s strategic development adviser, Berenstein will be responsible for the progress of community, commercial and development initiatives in and around the Etihad Campus. Moreover, City also confirmed a deal in excess of £10 million with Amazon, for a fly on the wall documentary to be broadcast on Amazon Prime in Autumn of 2018. Speaking about the new series, City chief executive Ferran Soriano stated: “Amazon Prime Video is the perfect home for a ground-breaking project, it will offer a unique and authentic inside view into Manchester City’s season.”_________________The Betting industry’s relationship with Football and its wider stakeholders will be discussed at the ‘Betting on Football 2018’ (#bofcon2018) conference. 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