MACKENZIE Sports Club will host a Special General Members Meeting today from 17:00hrs in an effort to get ready for its Annual General Meeting and Elections on June 30.General Secretary of the MSC, Marlon Pearson, in the absence of the president Avery Trim, who is out of the jurisdiction, has advised that all non-financial members put their house in order.The names of all members dating back from 2014 to present are posted for scrutiny on the Notice Board and those who are non-financial are advised to put themselves in order to have a say when the AGM and biennial elections are held at the end of next month.Apart from that, the meeting is called to deal with the Club’s outdated rules which are to be replaced with a proposed new Constitution, something that will help the club to move forward.All this comes as the club has been released from the scrutiny of the Linden bauxite firm which paid salaries for the MSC staff, among other things. The onus is now with the Club’s Management Committee.Being saddled with that and the general upkeep of the facilities, along with the fall-off of most financial members, meant the club could not properly meet the needs of uplifting its status accordingly.In light of this, regaining lost members and adding new ones, coupled with a new MSC Constitution to look into the current financial status and the many concerns persons have, will now have to be addressed.However, following a recent meeting with Minister within the Minister of Agriculture Ms Valarie Yearwood, the efforts by the current Management Committee is being noted and the will to make the club one of Guyana’s best seems possible.Persons who want to become new members of the MSC are encouraged also to uplift Membership Forms which ware available at the desk of the Club’s steward, Ms Keisha Quow, between 10:00hrs and 17:00hrs, Monday to Friday.
Sportingtech raises the Pulse with new Retail Solution July 2, 2018 Submit Sportingtech to show Pulse power in Uganda through BetOn August 15, 2019 StumbleUpon Share Elvis Džombić – Sportingtech – The power of the Pulse platform March 21, 2018 Share Sportingtech has announced a key strategic partnership with Global Daily Fantasy Sports Inc (GDFSI), designed to enhance its platform in addition to furthering distribution to the global marketplace.Included as part of the deal is the integration of GDFSI’s Daily Fantasy Sports platform into the Sportingtech Pulse Platform, which the aim of increasing the operators offering to various customers.The solution is to be available in both mobile and desktop variants, and will allow “seamless integration at the operator level without sharing or compromising any sensitive customer data”.Darcy Krogh, Global Daily Fantasy Sports CEO, said: “We are delighted to sign Sportingtech as our first dotcom partner and achieve another milestone for our company. “Sportingtech has many customers in key markets who have shown an interest in daily fantasy sports and we are excited to work with them and their clients to introduce them to the world of daily fantasy sports.” Sportingtech details that through the new co-operation, it is well positioned to enhance its operators engagement of new customers. Elvis Džombić, Head of Business Development at Sportingtech, added: “We always look forward to bringing innovations that will generate added value for our clients and enrich the product portfolio within our Pulse platform solution. “This product is all about that, a game where skill meets social – designed for the rising demand of igaming products targeting the younger demographic. “Integrating the Global Daily Fantasy Sports solution is of a big importance for us from [a] strategic point of view, and will definitely help our clients to stay at forefront of the game”. Related Articles
Serbian tennis star, Novak Djokovic has thrown a challenge to Cristiano Ronaldo, Bogdan Bogdanovic, and Kylian Mbappe in “The Matrix Challenge” after accepting Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s invitationThe leading tennis player posted a video of himself on Twitter with the caption “#matrixchallenge thanks for the nom @Ibra_official. @LeaderOfHorde @KMbappe @Cristiano show me what you got.”#matrixchallenge 😂🤣 thanks for the nom @Ibra_official. @LeaderOfHorde @KMbappe @Cristiano show me what you got pic.twitter.com/NQzzs73SLF— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) November 1, 2019In September, LA Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic partook in the Matrix Challenge, a social media trend in which people try and recreate a particular pose form the hit Hollywood movie, the Matrix. The Swede posted a video of him attempting the challenge with a ball while also calling out his former Manchester United teammate Paul Pogba to try and outdo him.Matrix challenge: @paulpogba @DjokerNole @TeamKhabib @MinoRaiola SHOW ME #matrixchallenge pic.twitter.com/ZEUk8o0Wi0— Zlatan Ibrahimović (@Ibra_official) September 27, 2019
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— 2A Region 5Central Springs 10, West Hancock 0North Union 9, Lake Mills 4Emmetsburg 11, East Sac County 1Manson-Northwest Webster 10, Pocahontas 5 AMES — Iowa State quarterback Brock Purdy says he has plenty of areas to improve upon as he gets ready for his junior season. Purdy is coming off a sophomore season in which he passed for nearly four thousand yards and 27 touchdowns as the Cyclones made it to their third straight bowl game.KGLO News · 7 – 16 – Bpimprove – 1Purdy also threw nine interceptions and had some key fumbles as the Cyclones finished a minus three in turnover margin.KGLO News · 7 – 16 – Bpimprove – 2Purdy has spent the offseason trying to learn to better handle pressure.KGLO News · 7 – 16 – Bpimprove – 3Purdy was named to the preseason watch list for the Davey O”Brien Award. It is given to the nation’s top quarterback. — 2A Region 6West Fork 5, Aplington-Parkersburg 4Waterloo Columbus 7, Osage 3Hudson 5, Dike-New Hartford 4North Linn 15, MFL-Mar-Mac 0 MASON CITY — Paige Leininger fired a two-hit shutout, striking out seven as 12th-ranked Newman beat Nashua-Plainfield 10-0 in six innings in a Class 1A Region 4 quarterfinal round softball game last night in Mason City, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com. Leininger helped her cause with a 2-for-4 night from the plate with a triple and two runs batted in. Hailey Worman also knocked in a pair of runs for the Knights, who are now 17-3 on the season. They’ll host Kee High of Lansing in the regional semifinal round on Friday night. Kee knocked off Turkey Valley 19-10 in Jackson Junction last night. TONIGHT:AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com — Class 4A regional quarterfinal softball — Mason City at Waverly-Shell Rock — 7:00 ALGONA — Julia Merfeld had five runs batted in to lead Clear Lake to a 14-1, four-inning win over Forest City in a Class 3A Region 6 quarterfinal round softball contest in Algona on Wednesday night, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB and kribam.com. After Forest City jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first, the Lions responded with eight runs in the third and six more in the fourth. Kennadi Colbert and Chelsey Holck each knocked in a pair of runs, as the Lions are now 8-8 on the season. Clear Lake will face Algona in Friday night’s regional semifinal round. The Bulldogs scored 12 runs in the first on their way to a 13-0, three-inning win over Forest City. Friday’s game in Algona is scheduled for 7 o’clock, and you can hear it on KRIB and kribam.com IOWA CITY — Iowa basketball player CJ Fredrick will be sidelined from summer workouts for six weeks. The redshirt sophomore underwent surgery on his right foot to fix a stress fracture. Fredrick started all 25 games he appeared in last season and was named to the All Big Ten Freshman team after leading the conference in three point field goal percentage at just over 46 percent. He finished third on the team in scoring at 10.2 points per game. — Class 4A Region 5 tonight7:00 — Mason City High at Waverly-Shell Rock (AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com)= Winner plays at Decorah on Saturday night7:00 — Waterloo East at Center Point-Urbana= Winner plays at Charles City on Saturday night MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Miguel Sanó has finally joined the Minnesota Twins on the field, after a frustrating wait to be cleared following his quarantine for a positive coronavirus test. Sanó is switching to first base this season. He took part in his first workouts of summer camp on Wednesday. Sanó tested positive for the virus upon arrival in Minnesota from the Dominican Republic two weeks ago, despite never feeling any symptoms of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. He was relegated to hitting off a tee and doing agility work in his basement. — other games in Class 1A Region 4 last nightBishop Garrigan 6, North Butler 4St. Ansgar 13, Northwood-Kensett 0 — other games in Class 3A Region 6 at Cresco last nightCrestwood 7, Waukon 1New Hampton 12, North Fayette Valley 0
Iniesta began having sessions with psychologist Inma Puig, who said the Spaniard’s recovery owed much to those around him, including Guardiola.“Guardiola said this is the first time I’ve been in this situation as a coach,” said Puig. “I remember he said, ‘the most important thing now is Andres, the person not the player’.”“They’re people and this is a very human thing which affects millions of people around the world,” said Guardiola. “They have to know we are there for them.”“Guardiola tried to get him out of that bottomless pit he was in,” said Iniesta’s mother Maria.Iniesta came through Barcelona’s La Masia academy and went on to win nine La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues with the club.He also lifted the World Cup with Spain in 2010, after scoring the winning goal against the Netherlands in the final.Despite receiving a hero’s farewell from Barca, Iniesta hinted his relationship with the board influenced his decision to go to Japan.“People at the club never imagined I could leave,” Iniesta said. “It’s like everything, in relationships if you don’t discuss things at the right time there comes a time when there’s no way back.”Share on: WhatsApp Iniesta left Barcelona in 2018 after winning nine La Liga and four Champions League titles with the clubMadrid, Spain | AFP | Andres Iniesta has described his struggle with depression while playing for Barcelona, which his mother says was a “bottomless pit” that caused her 25-year-old son to ask to sleep with his parents.Iniesta recalls his experience with the illness in a Rakuten TV documentary, ‘Andres Iniesta – The Unexpected Hero’, which was released on Thursday and covers his move to Japanese side Vissel Kobe in 2018.After winning the Champions League under Pep Guardiola in 2009, Iniesta was battling injury and then hit by the death of his friend Dani Jarque, the 26-year-old Espanyol defender who suffered a heart attack.“The days pass and you realise you’re not improving, you don’t feel good, you’re not yourself. Everything clouds over and goes dark,” Iniesta said.On Jarque’s death, Iniesta added: “That was like a body blow, something powerful that knocked me down again and I was pretty low, clearly because I wasn’t very well.”Iniesta’s depression is described by those closest to him, including his mother Maria Lujan and father Jose Antonio.“I noticed he wasn’t well one night when we were sleeping downstairs and he came down and said, ‘mum can I sleep here with you?’” Maria said. “Then the world came down on my head.”Jose Antonio said: “Our 25 year-old son coming down at midnight and wanting to sleep with his parents means he can’t be well. He said, ‘I’m not well dad’. I said, ‘what’s wrong?’ ‘I don’t know, I don’t feel well.’”Iniesta’s father admitted he thought his son might have to take a break from football. “At one stage I thought he would have to stop because the most important thing was him,” said Jose Antonio.
Advertisement Serbian side Red Star Belgrade’s fans have welcomed a real battle tank which was used during the bloody war of Yugoslavia in the 90s at their home-ground. The club unveiled the decommissioned Soviet-made T-55 Yugoslav army tank on the eve of their Champions League playoffs against Swiss side Young Boys on Tuesday. The club website says that the tank symbolizes their slogan “Machine Has Started.” and the vehicle was parked near the northern stand at the stadium near which is reserved for the club’s ultras, called Delije, or roughly translated the tough boys.Advertisement While the fans refer to themselves as the Northern Army, have often used a tank symbol to show their support for their club during home games, but this daring stunt has triggered a strong reaction from neighbouring Croatia, which fought a war for independence from the Serb-led Yugoslavia. The Croatian media said the tank is “a clear provocation”, “a scandal,” and suggested that the European governing body of football, UEFA, must react. Various liberal Serbian organisations have called on authorities to remove the army vehicle and condemned the display as “glorification of war symbols.”Advertisement Watch the Red Star fans celebrate their victory over Young Boys riding the tank:Typically discreet celebration from the Red Star Belgrade players as they toasted qualification to the Champions League last night by riding through the streets on a tank. pic.twitter.com/4hCEOtZbC8Advertisement — MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) August 28, 2019The armored vehicle which has been painted in red and white the official color of the club, was purchased from a military waste site, club officials confirmed. But this could prove to be a “stupid decision” and could lead to serious UEFA punishments, some reports claim.The tank was put out in public, just a week after some masked assailants attacked two bars in Croatia as few ethnic Serbs in that country were watching Red Star’s first leg-match against Young Boys on television. The horrific incident which left at least five people injured and damages to the bar, has also triggered heated discussions among Croatian and Serbian politicians.[Video by TW/@MundialMag] Advertisement
“The risk of the coronavirus reaching Spain is high” “We are still waiting for you to tell us how and when we are leaving.” They are the words of Pedro Morilla, one of the Spaniards that continues in Wuhan, the focus of a coronavirus that has already left 132 dead and more than 6,000 infected. The sports director of Wuhan Shangwen Three Lions, whose quarry surpassed that of First Division teams and was chosen only a few weeks ago as the best in China, faces the seventh day of recruitment in the hope of returning soon to Spain. “We want to leave now. Our health is at risk and we need to return home. When the situation returns to normal we will return to Wuhan to continue our work,” he discovers.Morilla says that both he and all the Spaniards around him – “nine coaches, the wife of a partner and two children of two years and three months respectively” – have followed all the indications of the Chinese government: “Society in general it is behaving in an exemplary way. we have been locked up for seven days in a private residential and we only left at first to buy food. “The Spanish says that the greatest moments of nervousness took place a week ago:” On the 22nd we trained normally and the closing of the city caught us by surprise. We found out on television and, for fear of the unknown, we went out to buy supplies. “Pedro Morilla is aware that, upon his return to Spain, he must undergo “the necessary medical checks”. “We want to return because, when our professional activity is paralyzed, we don’t paint anything here. But we don’t want to be a problem either. We demand that we demonstrate that we are well and do not carry the virus inside. We hope to be treated effectively, “adds the Sevillian, sorry for the situation in a city as” cheerful “as Wuhan.” It is positive that everyone is at home complying with government regulations so that the virus does not spread, but it’s a shame to see her like that, “he completes. Yes he got back to Spain Roberto Mickel, Director of Analysis of Shenzhen FC. The canary, already at home, lives worried about all the news that comes from China: “They tell me that the police had to go to my neighborhood for three people suspected of having the disease. People are hiding the first symptoms because they fear suffering a common cold and contracting the coronavirus in the hospital. “Roberto reveals that, to prevent the spread of the virus, the Shenzhen government will compensate with 39 euros daily to all people who contract the disease or are awaiting the results. “In my city there are already 80 cases, but a nurse friend tells me that there are many more of those who communicate,” he adds.Shenzhen is located in the Perl River Delta, a region the size of Extremadura that has a joint population that exceeds those of Canada and Australia together. More of 65 million people located in the path of all who yearn to reach Hong Kong, where free care is provided to those affected by the coronavirus. “It is dangerous because in the area there are many people who are passing through. If they have the virus and they make such trips they can leave a lot of infections along the way,” reveals Roberto Mickel. Spanish is “surprised” by how easy it was to reach Spain. “When you leave China they don’t make you any control. They seem to think ‘if you have the virus and want to go out salt, they will stop you somewhere else’. I escaped in the Emirates and when we arrived in Spain we did not pass any inspection. It is true that the flight did not come directly from China, but there are few who do not stop because it is much cheaper. I think the risk of getting here is very high, “he says.In football, China is paralyzed. The AFC announced today that the Chinese teams will play the first three days of the Asian Champions League away from home. “About the Super League, which should start on February 22, we still have no news. Maybe the games are played behind closed doors or the start of the championship is postponed. They will also restructure the Cup, which seems to reduce the number of participating teams “, reveals Roberto Mickel, concerned about the situation of many of his countrymen. “What worries me most is the situation of the many Spaniards who work in Chinese grassroots football. If the parents decide to withdraw their children, the clubs will have losses and they may be left without work,” he says. Roberto Mickel
Bea Tan, who is also a co-founder of the BVR, expects tougher competition in this year’s national finals, which is a culmination of seven BVR legs where they saw the potential of beach volleyball players from all over the country.“Very competitive teams from the provinces will come to Anguib to compete,” she said.Soriano said they have yet to finalize the list of competitors but some who have confirmed are FEU, Dipolog, Coast Guard, NU, Bacolod, Iloilo, Cebu, RTU, La Salle Bacolod, Ateneo, Navy, at Coast Guard for the Men’s division, and RTU, Ateneo, Iloilo, Cebu, Bacolod, Tagum, PNP, at Perlas for the Women’s division.Aside from a chance to represent the Philippines in international competition, the champion will take home P50, 000 while the runner up and third place will settle for P30,000 and P15,000, respectively.ADVERTISEMENT End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet Malacañang open to creating Taal Commission IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation “Number one metric of growth is increasing the number of tandem teams and another is [having] men’s and women’s events instead of just single gender,” said BVR founder Charo Soriano in a presser Tuesday at Delimondo Cafe.The stakes are also higher this year as the top three teams from each division will get slots in the beach volleyball national team pool from which the squad for the Southeast Asian Beach Games in September will come from, as supported by Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas Inc.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’For both the men’s and women’s divisions, the 16 teams will be broken down into four pools for a single-round robin format. The top two from each pool will play the other top teams in a crossover eliminations before moving on the semifinals and the finals.The beach volleyball action will happen across three days on the powdery white sand beach of Anguib at the tip of the northeastern part of Luzon. LIVE: Sinulog 2020 Grand Parade Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next BVR executives Tony Boy Liao, Charo Soriano and Bea Tan. Photo by Celest Colina/INQUIRERA record number of teams will compete for a slot in the Philippine team pool in the Beach Volleyball Republic On Tour national championships from July 28 to 30 at Aguib Beach in Sta. Cagayan.From just 16 last year, the number of tandem teams in the national championship has doubled to 32—a testament to the growth of the sport which the executives of BVR have been aiming for.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Tanduay books quarters seat, subdues Wangs Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation View comments
A West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, businesswoman who operates a Superbet branch in front of her home, was on Sunday evening attacked and robbed of her earnings for the day by a lone gunman.The victim, Tamilah Lowe, 25, was about to close her business for the day when she was attacked by the lone gunman who held her at gunpoint.According to reports received, at about 19:35h, the woman had just placed her earnings into a box and was about to enter her house when the perpetrator held a gun to her head and demanded that she hand over same.The frightened woman complied with the request and handed over the box containing an undisclosed sum of money. The man then made good his escape on foot.A report was promptly made at the East Ruimveldt Police Outpost and the matter is presently being investigated. No arrests were made.