Posted in lbqqfzqboqkv

Gyor from -6 to win and clash with CSM Bucharest for Final4

first_imgVeronica Kristiansen three years more at Gyori AUDI ETO KC 1 Comment Gabor Danyi and Gyori AUDI ETO KC to part ways CundErik 2. March 2020. at 20:59 Related Items:Gyori Audi ETO KC, ŽRK Budućnost 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailcenter_img FCKETO Recommended for you ZRK Buducnost stop preparation due COVID 19 positive – Whole team in self-isolation! ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsZRK Buducnost had 22:16 in 39th minute against Gyori Audi ETO KC in Podgorica, but that wasn’t enough for Montenegrian girls to win the battle against reigning Women’s EHF Champions League winners.At the end, eigh goals of ex-Buducnost star Katarina Bulatovic with the help of her team-mates made turnover and helped Hungarian champions to win the first place in the group and found out the rivals for the TOP 8 clashes.Gyori Audi ETO KC will play against CSM Bucharest for the placement at Women’s EHF Champions League Final4 in Budapest.BUDUCNOST – GYORI AUDI ETO KC 27:28 (17:12)BUDUCNOST: Sando (11 saves i 2 7-meter), Vujisić, Radičević 7 (3), Jauković 2, Pletikosić 1, Vujović, Džaferović, Lazović 6, Godeč, Brnović, Bulatović, Ramusović, 1 Mehmedović 4, Kadović, Raičević 6.GYOR: Leynaud (7 saves), Kis (7 saves), Grimbsbo, Edwige, Bratset 1, Hansen 1, Oftedal 4, Amorim Taleska 4, Kristiansen 2, Fodor 4, Kurtović, Nze Minko 1, Bulatović 8, Bodi, Faluvegi 2, Puhalak 1.STANDING:1.Gyor W 9810274:22317 2.Brest Bretagne W 9711282:23615 3.Buducnost W 9504248:23710 4.Ramnicu Valcea W9315216:2177 5.Krim W9117221:2683 6.Savehof W9108207:2672PHOTO: ZRK Budućnost Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Posted in oymhylkyzgbk

Briefly Noted: Overland Park police set community meeting following rash of violent crimes; Weather prompts cancelation of SMSD parent-teacher conferences

first_imgOverland Park police responded to a murder in the neighborhood in January 2018.Overland Park Police set community meeting following string of violent crimes in neighborhood. Following a string of violent crimes in a northern Overland Park neighborhood that also saw a murder last year, Overland Park police are convening a community meeting to discuss efforts to prevent crime in the area. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15 at Comanche Elementary. A 17-year-old was shot and killed near 80th and Farley on Jan. 23. A week later, they responded to another shooting at 79th and Farley. And on Friday, a young man was stabbed in the 7800 block of Grant Lane.Icy night prompts cancelation of Shawnee Mission classes, conferences. A night of icy drizzle prompted the closure of Shawnee Mission schools today as well as the cancelation of planned parent-teacher conferences that had been scheduled for elementary and middle school students tonight. The district said it will determine whether it can hold after-school activities that had been planned for this afternoon sometime today. District officials are also calculating whether every building in the district will have enough instructional hours to keep the planned last day of school as scheduled after factoring in today’s snow day.last_img read more

Posted in loeqqavsgvuk

The draft law on amendments to the Law on Hospitality Activity was adopted

first_imgToday, at the session of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, the Proposal of the Law on Amendments to the Law on Catering Activity was adopted. These amendments extend the validity of temporary decisions issued pursuant to the Law on Hospitality, until December 31, 2020.This enables the continuation of activities and the provision of catering services in the household and on the family farm to those who have obtained temporary solutions valid until December 31, 2016, and until that date they are not able to obtain proof of the usability of the building because the legalization procedures have not been completed, as well as the harmonization of the actual ownership relations with the situation in the land books. Within that period, it would be possible to submit new requests for the issuance of interim decisions.According to the currently valid Law on Catering Activity, which regulates the manner and conditions under which legal and natural persons may perform catering activity, the possibility of issuing temporary decisions is prescribed, valid until 31 December 2016 at the latest, with the usability of the building being one of conditions for issuing a decision on performing activities prescribed by the Law on Catering. Namely, the caterer, ie the lessor, must enclose with the request for issuing a decision for the provision of services proof that the building (facility) in which the services will be provided meets the conditions in accordance with a special regulation, without which, according to that regulation, the competent office cannot issue a decision. meeting the conditions for performing the activity.Since it is not certain that the legalization of illegally constructed buildings, as well as the regulation of the state of land registers, will be completed by 31 December 2016, the proposed amendments to the Act extend the validity of interim solutions in order to provide catering services in the household and on the family farm in the facilities for which the procedure of legalization of illegally constructed buildings is being conducted, ie in the facilities for which the actual ownership relations are not harmonized with the situation in the land books, the Ministry of Tourism continues to point out.last_img read more

Posted in jfdismkdcvqh

Big hitters to the fore at damp Greenwood

first_imgThe 15th Pattaya AmAm Golf TournamentWednesday, March 9, Greenwood – Stableford1st Simon Payne (0), Gary Constable (2), Dave Clark (14), Mike McNaney (14), 83pts 2nd Brian Libbey (7), Yasuo Suzuki (8), Trevor Schirmer (11), Stephen Lewis (14) 80pts3rd Chris Voller (4), Mikael Andersson (8), Steve Jones (9), Rung Paungsal (11) 78pts4th Russell Exley (6), Phil Groves (8), Don Scott (8), Stephen Beard (17) 77pts5th Al Keith (4), Grant Cadell (12), Rod Howett (18), Roar Berger (20) 76pts Near Pins: (A2) Tom Byrne; (A6) Russell Exley; (C3) Mike McNaney; (C6) Al KeithTechnical Prizes: (A8) Yasuo Suzuki; (C2) Simon Payne; (C7) Dave Clark; (C9) Evan Millar2’s: Mikael Andersson, Steve Jones, Gary Constable, Joe McArdleThe fifteenth Pattaya AmAm, held for the first time over the testing A and C courses at Greenwood, proved to be a very well supported and much appreciated event by those that took part.The 2011 winning AmAm team: Simon Payne, Gary Constable, Dave Clark and Mike McNaney.The format as usual was Stableford scoring with handicaps rounded to the nearest whole number after making a deduction of 25 %, allowing two team member’s scores to count on each hole without restriction on the number of times a player’s score could be counted.The conditions for the day were very difficult following a lot of rain during the previous days leading up to the competition, and with ‘lift and place’ not the rule on the day it put a premium on long carries from the tees.A strong wind that strangely seemed to be against on almost every hole added to the player’s difficulties and it was not surprising that the end results were well below the normally expected level.The visiting team from Ras Al Khaymer showed the value of long and straight, as their top players Simon and Gary made a hard day look somewhat easy on many of the holes, enabling the team to almost stroll home three clear of the rest of the field.The second placed team led by the inform Brian Libbey and well supported by Yasuo Suzuki, Trevor Schirmer and Stephen Lewis, held off a strong challenge from the third team ably led by Chris Voller and Mikael Andersson.Russell Exley’s team failed to maintain their momentum through the closing holes to slip to fourth as Al Keith’s team took fifth just another single point behind them.Back at The Haven Stephen Beard announced the winners as Russell Exley presented the trophies having thanked everyone that had assisted in producing another successful team event, including the catering staff who once again rounded off the day with a great buffet followed by quite a few wet ones that went on late into the night.last_img read more

Posted in oymhylkyzgbk

ScoMo blames the state

first_imgPrime Minister Scott Morrison has blamed the State Government’s responsibility for burgeoning crime rates and gang problems in Melbourne’s south-east….[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Rowan Forster and Kyra Gillespie last_img

Posted in gmwulnsxtzkq

Galway Tribesman Conor Mackey Called into Squad as Ireland face step up in class…

first_imgGalway Tribesmen’s Conor Mackey Called into Irish Squad Ireland V Jamaica – Sunday 16th October 3pm The Carlisle Grounds, Bray The Jamaican Rugby League team arrive in Ireland tomorrow (Saturday) ahead of their international rugby league match in Bray on Sunday 16th October at 3pm against an Irish team buoyed by recent wins over Italy and Malta.It will be the first time the teams have met at this level and the Jamaica team, made up entirely of professional players, will present the sternest test that the wholly domestic based squad of Irish amateurs will have faced this year.Ireland are set to rest some of their leading players who have been selected for the World Cup qualifying matches against Spain and Russia later this month, including domestic captain Casey Dunne. Eight domestic players were named in the full squad for the qualifiers earlier this week and domestic coach Carl de Chenu will be looking for his fringe players to step up against the Reggae Warriors of Jamaica.Ireland will be captained by rugby league veteran Wayne Kerr, who will be retiring after the game from international rugby. Part of the 2008 World Cup squad, Kerr previously played for the London Scholars and Carlow Crusaders. He played a big role in Ireland’s 56-10 win over Malta at The Carlisle Grounds last weekend.Jamaica will have their captain’s run at The Carlisle Grounds in Bray tomorrow evening at 4.30pm, with Ireland’s coming afterwards at 6pm. This will be followed by the teams having a walkabout in Bray. It promises to be a colourful affair for the Wicklow town.Carl De Chenu said: “We’re expecting Jamaica to be a serious step up in class from any team we’ve faced before. Our boys are relishing the opportunity to test themselves against a squad of entirely professional players plying their trade in the UK. We’ve been steadily improving as a team and this will be a true test of how much we’ve developed.“We’ll make a few changes to the team as some of the lads will be involved in next week’s World Cup qualifier against Spain and need a rest. Senior International and Captain Casey Dunne will be one of those lads so we’ll give him a week off. Wayne Kerr who has been a true legend of Irish Rugby League will take over as captain for his last ever International. Wayne plans to retire and join the coaching staff of our Student team to pass on his wisdom to the next generation of Irish stars”Ireland squad to face Jamaica (kick-off 3pm): Rob Armstrong (Cork Bulls), Adam Boyce (Belfast Met Scholars), Sam Boyd (Belfast Met Scholars), Onisi Burekama (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), Matt Cahoon (Belfast Met Scholars), Adam Doherty (Portadown Pumas), Gareth Gill (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), Chris Hall (Belfast Met Scholars), Jordan Hylton (Selected through domestic trials) & (Cardiff Metropolitan University), Paddy James (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), Shane Kelly (Longhorns RL), James Kelly (Dublin City Exiles), Wayne Kerr CAPTAIN (Longhorns RL), Conor Mackey (Galway Tribesmen), Matt McKelvey (Belfast Met Scholars), Alan McMahon (Galway Tribesmen), Connor Phillips (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), John Purdy (Portadown Pumas), Mikey Russell (Dublin City Exiles).print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img Ireland V Malta in the Showgrounds Bray Sat 8th October 2016© Michael Chester+ 353 87 [email protected]last_img read more

Posted in ufwmxmzjejjm

Ballinasloe RFC celebrate on the double

first_imgWhat a glorious weekend it proved for Ballinasloe RFC as all eyes were on the Sportsground for the 2 Girls Connacht Cup finals on Sunday. First up was the U16 girls who faced a strong combined Portumna/Loughrea side. The game remained tight and scoreless for much of the first half with a huge defensive effort from Portumna/Loughrea but that wasn’t to last. After spending much of the half in Portumna’s 22, Ballinasloe’s Joann Curley powered over from a massive forwards drive to touch down for the first. Another try was added by Clodagh Powell to bring the score to 10 – 0 at half time.The Ballinasloe girls picked up where they left off after the break with 2 more trys added by Avril Deely and a conversion by Joann Curley to finish 22-0. The win topped off a sensational undefeated season for these girls having already won the U16 League title. They were led by their management team of Dermot Frehill, Noel Gavin, Mike McCann, Mark Harrigan, Annmarie McCann & Sinéad Manning. The U18 decider saw two sides meet in the culmination of a friendly rivalry stretching a number of years. Ballinasloe took on Westport RFC just a week after they also met in the U18 League final replay which was won by the Ballinasloe side and this game again lived up to the billing in an exciting game of free-flowing rugby. Ballinasloe went into a 12-0 lead with tries from Aoibheann Reilly and Alisha Manning, but true to form, Westport fought back with 2 tries to level it at 12-12. However, Ballinasloe was able to find another gear as Irish international Béibhinn Parsons ran in four brilliant tries, along with a try from Kate O’Meara while Alisha Manning also added her second. The scoreline was consistently added to from the kicking tee with another great performance from Meabh Deely. Westport never gave up, playing right to the final whistle and powered over for two more tries, but it was Ballinasloe’s day as they won out 50-24.The girls’ success is a testament to their management who have brought them up through the grades for the last 6 years. They are Stephen Reilly, Dermot Tierney, Gearoid Finneran, Ann Conlon, Andrew Mannion, Rita O’Hara, Fionnuala Reilly & Tommy Grehan. Both teams were cheered on by a huge Ballinasloe contingent of family and loyal followers led by Ballinasloe RFC President Tom Horkan with cups and medals presented by Connacht Rugby President Mossy Moran. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more