3rd Jesper Rasmussen (19) 31ptsB Flight (21+)1st Tore Eliassen (21) 39pts2nd Susan Gaarde (27) 33pts3rd Odd Holm-Hansen (24) 31ptsLong Putts: A9 Henning Olsen, C9 Jan LovgreenNear Pins: A5 Henning Olsen, A8 Susan Gaarde, C4 & 7 Henning OlsenCrystal Bay’s C & A layouts were the challenge on Monday. The course was in good shape with quickish greens but was got stuck behind a slow group of Western golfers in front and were forced to endure a round of 5 hours and 20 minutes.We had two flights today with the cut at handicap 20 and a full bag of pins to shoot for. Jan Ulriksen won the A Flight with a fine 41 points, four up on Don Richardson in second who was himself six points clear of Jesper Rasmussen in third.Tore Eliassen topped the B Flight with 39 points while Susan Gaarde took second on 33 and Odd Holm-Hansen filled third spot a further two points back.Thursday, Dec. 31, Pattaya C.C. – StablefordA Flight (0-20)1st Patrice Bardy (18) 34pts2nd Mike Allidi (2) 33pts3rd Doug Maiko (16) 32ptsB Flight (21+)1st Dave Richardson (30) 32pts2nd Karl Beter (30) 30pts 3rd Torben Sorensen (25) 28ptsPattaya Country Club was the venue for the last game of the year. Even though the course was busy we were off the first tee 25 minutes early and the condition of the layout was the best we have seen it yet, with the greens on the back nine improving every month.We had a small field in two flights with the cut at handicap 20 and no near pins. The scores were not very good with the white tees being placed back on the blue locations on a lot of the holes,Patrice Bardy took the A Flight with 34 points, one ahead of Mike Allidi in second while Doug Maiko took third with 32.Dave Richardson’s 32 points was enough to win the B Flight, with Karl Beter coming second on 30 and Torben Sorensen third with 28. PSC Golf from the Café KronborgMonday, Dec. 28, Crystal Bay A & C – StablefordA Flight (0-20)1st Jan Ulriksen (18) 41pts2nd Don Richardson (14) 37pts
Khao Noi Sports62044050-106 Lucky Time60062169-480 Results: Black Moonies 12 – 3 Khao Noi Sports, Blue Moonies 7 – 8 Leks Bar, Brass Monkey BVN 8 – 7 Moonies Kitchen, Diva Devils 7 – 8 Full Moon, Honeybees 6 – 9 Diva Sports Bar, Thirsty Beaver 12 – 3 Lucky Time Thirsty Beaver6303454509 TeamPWDLFA+/-Pts. Diva Sports Bar650153371615 Diva Devils6303474349 Leks Bar640256342212 Moonies Kitchen640252381412 Brass Monkey BVN64024743412 Honeybees63034446-29 Results & Standings August 14 (week 6) Full Moon6303474349 Black Moonies64024941812 Blue Moonies61053951-123
The Nelson Killjoys have some unfinished business ahead Saturday against the Castlegar Dam City Rollers at the Mountain Mayhem Championship in the NDCC Arena.The game is the finale for the West Kootenay Roller Derby League as the two teams battle it out for the Golden Boot Trophy.“The Killjoys are expecting a challenging and exciting game in the finals against Dam City,” said team spokesperson Meg Ablast, a skater on the Nelson KillJoys women’s roller derby team.“We have been training hard all season, under the unfaltering leadership of coach Kai Boss.”“We are strong, disciplined, and determined, and we are eager to hold our spot as number one in the West Kootenays,” Ablast added.The contest is a rematch from the 2014 championship between the two West Kootenay rivals, won by Dam City Rollers. The Killjoys won the league title in 2013.“The keys to success for our team have been teamwork and constantly improving on our strategies,” said Ablast.“We work hard, we support each other and we strive to be the best that we can.”The West Kootenay Roller Derby League started the 2015 season with four teams — Castlegar Dam City Rollers, Nelson Killjoys, Rossland/Trail Roller Girls and Valley Brutality.However, the Valley squad folded after the season opener due to a lack of skaters, leaving the league with three teams.Tickets for the Mountain Mayhem Championship can be purchased at Chop Shop, Tribute Boardshop and online at kootenayrollerderby.comDoors open at 5 p.m.First jam goes at 6 p.m.The public is encouraged to bring canned food to donate at the door for a local food bank.
The team have designed and manufactured a 1/20th scale CO2 powered Formula 1 car capable of travelling at speeds in excess of 120km/h down a straight track. This team have been working on this project since September 2015 and they won the prestigious award for the ‘Best Engineered Car’ at the F1 National Finals in the RDS last May. They also won additional awards for their marketing strategy and social media activity. Their team videos, which are available to view via their Facebook page, have amassed over 20,000 views at this point.The competition encompasses all the key STEM subjects (Science-Technology-Engineering-Maths) , as well as aspects of business, entrepreneurship and innovative thinking. The top students at the World Finals each year are offered scholarships to study and work with Williams F1 Racing.This is a fabulous opportunity for the students, but also a great chance for Galway and Ireland to showcase the excellent talent that we foster and the state of the art facilities we put at their disposal. Interestingly, Supermac’s Racing were able to design and manufacture their winning car design in full on site at their school, on the CNC lathes, CNC router and 3D Printer in the Engineering Department.The World Final competition itself runs over ten days, and the onus is on the competing team to self finance their whole trip. The team have a major fundraising and sponsorship drive in full swing over the last six months, with a large number of businesses and companies being approached to become partners with the team on this amazing journey.To compete at this level the team will need to raise c€35,000, which as you can imagine is a massive undertaking for six young people. They are delighted to have Supermac’s on board as title sponsor, but they also struck up great partnerships with their other sponsors who have given them great support. Boston Scientific, NUIG, UPS, Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board, Penn Engineering, Galway Development Services International, ESB Ireland, Microsoft, Avaya, Boca Bearings, Thermo King, and Shell Ireland have all come on board with the project.You can follow them on Twitter: @Supermac’s Racing or Facebook: Supermac’s Racing if you want to get an idea of what they are about. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email A team of four boys and two girls from St. Brigid’s College in Loughrea will represent Ireland in the World Finals of the F1 in Schools Competition, which takes place in Austin, Texas this year in conjunction with the American Grand Prix. They will compete against teams from over 40 different countries to be crowned F1 World Champions for 2016.
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 MOST READ Trump’s impeachment defense, prosecutors dig in Presidency bid needs ‘deep reflection’ – Sara Duterte Matthew Wright. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netSustaining his hot streak from last game, Matthew Wright once again, got himself going, shooting 2-of-3 from threes to finish with 13 points, in Gilas Pilipinas’ 113-66 drubbing of Singapore on Saturday.Wright, however, downplayed his performance and said suiting up for the national team is about playing selfless basketball.ADVERTISEMENT Swing Out Sister back to PH this April Ex-Bulacan town vice mayor, village chief shot dead But unfortunately for Gilas, it didn’t do too well in that aspect much to the dismay of head coach Chot Reyes.“When there’s an opportunity to dive for a loose ball, we’ll do it. But I felt like coach is right, we kind of fell flat in the second half,” Wright said. “It’s one of those things when you came up with a 107-point win and you’re up by 40 at halftime, it’s a challenge to stay motivated and keep the foot on the gas.”“I feel like we came out very sluggish. We can’t have afford to have that. We have to learn how to have killer instinct and put our foot down right from the get-go, no holding back, and don’t give them a chance,” he said. “We got the win and move on to the next team. It’s gonna be a long journey so we have to move on.”Gilas Pilipinas takes on Malaysia next on Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT “Everyone on this team is a go-to-guy. Everybody has egos, but everyone has to play selfless when you play for the country. It’s way bigger than individual stats and it’s way bigger than personal accolades. Everybody has to go on and make the extra pass and look for each other and be selfless,” he said.For the second straight game, the national team shared the ball pretty well after dishing out 25 assists against the Singaporeans.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnSPORTSBreak new groundThat selfless attitude is perfectly embodied by veteran guard Jayson Castro, who took only one attempt in the game and opted to get his teammates good looks especially shooters like Wright lurking beyond the arc.Aside from making the extra pass, Wright said that the only numbers the team is looking at are the hustle stats. China reports 17 new cases in viral pneumonia outbreak Gerald: Just because I’ve been bashed doesn’t mean I’d stop working For Ina, portraying a zombie is like an ‘out-of-body experience’ Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Valdez plays through injured ankle, tows Creamline past Air Force in thriller Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend
Dear Editor,Not a single Guyanese should be in the least bit surprised that a competent, qualified and decent officer such as Chief Executive Officer of the Central Housing and Planning Authority Myrna Pitt has resigned from her post.Had she not done so then she would have spoiled the long and odious record of the Chairman of the CH&PA Board Hamilton Green.If one were to look back at the various ministries he headed, one would see the difficulties experienced by the permanent secretaries, departmental heads and other technical staff who were all certified, capable and experienced.But one does not have to look so far back, one just has to look at the last twenty one years that he spent as Chairman of the Georgetown Municipality, to see the long list of casualties including town clerks, city engineers, city treasurers, etc.Note however, that his getting rid of all of these senior staffers did not make things any better at City Hall, in fact it made things far worse, with the Council being at its apex in corruption and irregularities when he finally left a few months ago.It should also be noted that most of the victims were women.How could the government give this cruel octogenarian more opportunities to destroy the lives of honest public servants who do not agree to dance to the tune that he is playing?Sincerely,Mark Roopan
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HE’S THE MALIN MAN – DECLAN AND SAM IN MALINDECLAN Walsh was the proudest man in Ireland tonight at the country’s most northerly GAA club as he carried the Sam Maguire into Malin.A huge crowd of enthusiastic supporters turned out to see the cup arrive in the town.The players may have looked a bit tired – but their faces lit up when the locals cheered the arrival of Sam. You can send your pix to email@example.comTHAT’S SAM FOURSOME: JIM, DECLAN, MICHAEL AND SAM IN MALIN TONIGHT SAM’S WORLD TOUR OF DONEGAL – PROUD MOMENT FOR DECLAN IN MALIN was last modified: September 27th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal DailyMALIN GAA CLUBSAM’S WORLD TOUR OF DONEGAL – PROUD MOMENT FOR DECLAN IN MALIN
Arsene Wenger 1 Arsene Wenger believes Paul Pogba’s proposed £100million move to Manchester United represents the “complete madness” of the modern transfer market.France midfielder Pogba is reportedly set to join United for a nine-figure sum and Arsenal manager Wenger, who is currently in Los Angeles with the Gunners ahead of a pre-season friendly meeting with Chivas, suggested he would not pay over the odds for any player.Quoted in Tuttosport, he said: “It’s complete madness when measured against real life, but we live in a world in which everything that happens is geared towards moving money around.“It’s complete madness – but it seems that if you can afford to do it, you can justify it. Football has become a global competition and that is why clubs are chucking these kinds of sums around.“Does it make sense because the player can deliver a return on that investment? I don’t think anyone can make that call.“Since I’ve been in the game I’ve always thought there would be a limit to how much clubs could spend on a player but it looks like I’ve been proved wrong.“Maybe in a few years’ time we’ll be talking about fees of 200 or 300million…”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’Hugo Rodriguez, 24, of Pacoima said he likes department stores because of the wide selection. “They have it, from shoes to jewelry,” Rodriguez said while shopping at the Northridge Fashion Center. Rodriguez also likes department stores’ prices. “They have good stuff for cheaper,” he said. Only 25 percent of shoppers said they would buy items from catalogs, which are fighting to gain back the 37 percent of shoppers who used them in 2002. Discounters will attract 70 percent of shoppers this holiday season – a shade more than department stores – but that is down from 77 percent four years ago. More Christmas shoppers will toss aside their catalogs this year and head to department stores for a hands-on, holiday retail experience, according to a survey released Monday. “There seems to be a renewed interest in shopping at department stores,” said Scott Krugman, spokesman at the National Retail Federation. All-in-one retailers like Macy’s, Sears, and Bloomingdale’s are expected to gain shoppers this season while discounters and catalogs lose them. Some 62 percent of shoppers will head to the department store to fulfill their holiday shopping list, up from 53 percent in 2002, according to a survey by the federation. And the trend could last: Department stores are especially appealing to consumers between the ages of 18 and 25. Four out of five shoppers in this age group said they would shop at department stores during the holidays, according to the federation survey. If department stores can mold these buyers into loyal customers, their numbers will blossom, according to retail expert Kurt Barnard. “Department stores were dowdy and boring, to put it politely,” Barnard said. “That is in the process of changing and the change is not complete. It has a long way to go.” Elizabeth Freire doesn’t plan to step inside a department store for any of her holiday gifts. She will get everything on her list from outlets. “They are cheaper than regular stores,” said Freire, 25, of Granada Hills, as her three children played in the mall. Department stores offer a smattering of the gifts people want to receive: clothes, accessories, and gift cards. Books, tech toys, DVDs, and video games also top the list of what people want to find under the tree. Buying everything on the average consumer’s list will cost $791, according to the federation. Plus, more than half of shoppers plan to buy nongift items as they go on sale during the holidays, adding an additional $99 to their tab. Holiday sales are expected to increase a modest 5 percent this year, according to the federation. It’s still too early to tell if dropping gas prices will boost holiday spending, Krugman said. “It depends on where they are in November,” he said. “But if it’s any indication this could provide a nice little boost for the holidays.” firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3735 POPULAR PLACES TO SHOP Where do you plan to purchase holiday items this year? Discount store: 70% Department store: 62% Grocery store/supermarket: 49% Specialty store: 48% Online: 47% Catalog: 25% The percentages add up to more than 100% because those polled could select multiple answers. Source: BIGresearch160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!