Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 18, 2016 at 6:57 pm Contact Byron: firstname.lastname@example.org Kaleigh Olmsted received a pass and saw open field in front of her in the 76th minute. As she burst ahead with the ball, Syracuse’s Alana O’Neill, in an act of desperation, lunged her body out to bring Olmsted down.Olmsted jumped right up and rushed to take the following free kick. O’Neill, clearly irritated, jumped in her face. Olmsted shoved her back and yelled at her.“That’s the type of confrontation you find in the ACC,” O’Neill said. “I was frustrated with them playing quickly so I went in her face to prevent the short pass.”Syracuse was justified in its frustration. The Orange had blown chance after chance in the box throughout the second half. Despite totaling 14 shots by game’s end, SU (7-1-2, 0-0-1 Atlantic Coast) was marred by poor finishing in a 1-1 tie to No. 20 Notre Dame (5-1-3, 0-0-1).MORE COVERAGEAdvertisementThis is placeholder textCourtney Brosnan makes 6 saves in tie against Notre Dame The last time Syracuse beat or tied a ranked opponent was Sept. 22, 2013, when the Orange tied No. 18 Duke, 2-2.“Lack of composure,” head coach Phil Wheddon said. “In ACC play, you have less time and space than you think you have. We have to take shots sooner.”The Fighting Irish dominated possession for the first 20 minutes but were unable to capitalize, thanks to Courtney Brosnan. In the first eight minutes, Brosnan made three diving saves, earning applause from the crowd. She finished the game with six saves.Syracuse finally got a legitimate opportunity on a corner kick in the 33rd minute. Jessica Vigna crossed it to Stephanie Skilton, who despite facing the other way, headed the ball off the top right post. The ball bounced to Eva Gordon, who fired it into the net.But that proved to be Syracuse’s best shot on net. The Orange attack consisted of three tendencies: inaccurate corner kicks and crosses, overshooting through balls to forwards and shots in the box that sailed nowhere near goalkeeper Kaela Little.In the 53rd minute, Notre Dame capitalized on its own corner. Taylor Klawunder headed a cross toward the bottom right corner. Maddie Iozzi stretched out her leg but it narrowly went into the net.The game stayed tied entering into sudden death overtime. Right after the kickoff, Gordon sped past her defender and received a perfect pass forward from Sheridan Street.Gordon missed wide left.Brosnan, who had jumped up and down in hopes of a game-winner, fell straight to the ground in disbelief. The teams hardly had real chances on net through two periods of extra time.“We have to capitalize on the chances we do get,” Gordon said, “because in the ACC those opportunities are going to get slimmer and slimmer.” Comments
Share StumbleUpon Spiffbet strengthens Spanish presence with Jokerbet launch December 14, 2018 Spiffbet launches Take5Live in Spain with Betsson October 31, 2018 Related Articles Submit DATA.BET to make esports data debut in $250,000 ICE tournament January 15, 2020 Share Lennart Gillberg is the founder of Spiffx, the betting exchange which is using ICE 2017 to promote the launch of its B2B white label product, Take5Live.Lennart Gillberg, SpiffxWe caught up with him to find out more about his preparation for 7-9 February, where to find him, and why his company puts so much emphasis on the event.How I prepare for ICELG: I ensure that I have set up meetings with contacts I am doing business with, conducted new business and researched who will be present to ensure a structured approach to the right contacts and making the most out of the networking events.What I am doing at ICELG: ICE is the largest and most important global conference of the year. Everyone in the industry attends from every continent, therefore it’s a great way to meet contacts in person.What I’m looking forward to at ICE 2017LG: Using ICE as a launch pad for the Take5Live app. We are now integrating it for various operators and ICE is a chance for us to get traction quickly. For example, we recently fulfilled market demand by taking the product into Kenya with Cheza Gaming.This is likely to be precede Take5Live launches in some of the other African countries for which Cheza Gaming holds a gaming license, such as in Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC and Uganda.Where you will usually find me at ICELG: The Microgaming bar is always a good place to meet and network.Favorite ICE memory LG: The legendary Fire & ICE parties of course!!!Typical post-ICE activity LG: Following up on all the leads and meetings.
Share Sunderland AFC has welcomed Coral as the clubs official betting partner for the forthcoming season. Coral will provide the Stadium of Light with a match day betting service for every league and cup game throughout the 2017-18 season.Through its association with Sunderland, Coral aims to strengthen its position as one of the biggest sports betting brands in the UK market.The partnership will also give Coral a presence on Sunderland AFC’s website and social media channels to support betting activity prior to all games, as well as a package of match-day advertising and branding opportunities. Submit StumbleUpon SportCaller teams up with Coral for Racing Super Series launch August 12, 2020 Related Articles Workforce wellbeing leads GVC Holdings retail reopening June 9, 2020 Sunderland’s head of communications Louise Wanless said: “We warmly welcome Coral to the club ahead of the commencement of the new season. As a leading UK name in their field they will ensure that our supporters can access a premium in-stadium service for all their match day betting needs and we look forward to working alongside them.” Share Coral PR Director, Simon Clare stated: “We are thrilled at Coral to be establishing such a strong UK partnership with Sunderland AFC and we would like to wish everyone connected to the Club, especially all its passionate and dedicated supporters, the very best of luck for the season ahead.” GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020
Image Courtesy: Twitter/HT PhotoAdvertisement 1jNBA Finals | Brooklyn VscqztzWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E2bi5( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ogv0Would you ever consider trying this?😱thCan your students do this? 🌚7he4eRoller skating! Powered by Firework The Indian Cricket Team has seen some of the most spectacular batsmen in the squad’s history, and the two names under Sourav Ganguly’s captaincy that can easily stand out as even the greatest of all time are undoubtedly Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid. While the ‘Master Blaster’ is revered for being the greatest run machine of all time, ‘The Wall’ is praised for his sound and unique batting technique. Choosing between the two was not an easy task for former Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar, but the iconic pace bowler names Dravid as the tougher batsman to face on the pitch!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Twitter/HT PhortAlthough Shoaib Akhtar has his own YouTube channel, the former international cricketer took to the social app Helo for an interactive session with his fans. During his prime, the superstar fast bowler was famous for his rivalry with the two Men in Blue batsmen. However, it was the technical Dravid whom Akhtar felt was more of a challenge on the 22 yards than the blistering Sachin.“Dravid was more difficult to bowl than Sachin,” Akhtar revealed during the interactive session.Advertisement Although Sachin, the highest run scorer in the game was the usual nightmare for any bowler during his prime, Dravid was known for his patience and and composure on the pitch.The former right handed batsman, who has faced the most number of balls in international cricket, rightfully earned his famous nickname for being anchored against even the topmost bowlers, including Akhtar himself.Advertisement In his 16 years of international cricket, Dravid earned 164 Test and 344 ODI caps for India, scoring 13,288 and 10,889 runs in both formats respectively, and also enjoyed a short stint with Indian Premier League franchises Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals.Following his retirement, the Karnataka cricket team stalwart continues to invest in the sport. The 47 year old is currently the Director of Cricket Operations at National Cricket Academy, and also coached the India Under-19 squad to victory at the 2018 u-19 Cricket World Cup.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Rohit Sharma reveals which bowlers he had ‘difficulty’ in facingDeontay Wilder refuses to be paid off to clear the way for Fury vs Joshua Advertisement
Dear Editor,There seems to be no governmental agency in Guyana that is devoid of massive corruption, bribery and fraud, which only spells doom and disaster for our beloved country, particularly with the coming of first oil in a few months.The most recent agency exposed in such transgressions is the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) for which some of its operatives have been discovered sneaking around accessing tenders that they should not have, tampering with them, and as a consequence, making a complete mockery of the tender process of Guyana.Of course, such lurid goings-on at NPTAB have been an open secret for a very long time now as there has been for a while, a hullabaloo by some contractors, companies and even by the public, of the skewed manner in which only some entities and individuals are awarded contracts, many times for which they are ill-equipped and trained to do.Even worse, recordings of telephone conversations with very damning information are coming to the surface, involving claims that some senior operatives are coaching their juniors into committing perjury.So now that the cover has been blown at NPTAB and everyone is running for cover, there seems to be a sudden PR blitz coming from that office with unprecedented levels of public announcements, releases and awareness programmes in what is obviously a smokescreen intended to confuse the public about the real happenings there.The hypocrisy of a very senior official there, who in a recent statement to the press claimed that he was not a politician, is quite laughable as in the 2015 campaign season, he was very visible at all of the stops of the ‘Unity Train’ and at the campaign rallies of a certain political party, and who since the elections, has been rewarded with lucrative positions on several State boards. This is quite evident as on one hand, he is holding himself out to be a beacon of moral rectitude while on the other hand, is now alleged to be giving a heads up to junior staffers as it relates to covering up the current saga.If Guyana is to improve its rankings on international indexes on corruption, it is important that agencies such as the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board be staffed by young, competent, qualified, decent and apolitical individuals.Sincerely,Roseanne Rodgers
Dear Editor,Guyanese don’t have to be statisticians to spot that the recent polls conducted by the Caribbean Development Research Services (CADRES), was suspicious and fake. CADRES should publicly state who really financed that poll since it is the worst form of propaganda by the APNU/AFC coalition Government as desperation is stepping into the failed APNU/AFC camp.Several questions are exposing the Government, because if President David Granger’s approval ratings are at 94 per cent, why is the Government so afraid to go to an election? How are President David Granger’s approval ratings so high but the APNU/AFC coalition Government was completely swept away in the last LGE?If Granger’s ratings are 94 per cent then Irfan Ali’s ratings would definitely be 500 per cent since this Government is not only unpopular in the PPP/C support base but also in the APNU support base.Imagine last week President David Granger refused to announce publicly that he was coming to visit the Albion Estate in East Berbice, he actually sneaked into Berbice, afraid that the thousands of dismissed sugar workers would picket him for not attending to their cries since these severed sugar workers were left to the mercy of the Almighty God. Why did President David Granger, after four years, decide to visit workers at Albion Estate? The simple answer is that elections will be held shortly and he needs workers’ votes, sorry Granger.The analogy about diabetes that was used by President Granger on the sugar industry should be used on the Government since corruption, incompetence, mismanagement, etc is prevalent in the Government and unless Granger amputates some of the limbs that he has, the diabetes of corruption, incompetence, mismanagement etc would cause the Government to rot to death. The APNU/AFC coalition Government is presently on a “life support machine” fighting for survival.Regards,Zamal Hussain
A female pedal cyclist was on Thursday afternoon crushed to death by a motor lorry transporting a combine along the Albion Public Road, Corentyne, Berbice. The dead woman has been identified as Christina Raghu, 41, of Chesney Squatting Area, Corentyne, Berbice.The bicycle that Raghu was riding at the time of her demiseThe mother of four had just dropped her grandson off at school and was heading home when she reportedly rode into the path of the lorry. Raghu sustained injuries and was picked up in an unconscious state and taken to the Port Mourant Hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival.Dead: Christina RaghuAccording to one eyewitness, Raghu did not stop after riding out of the school’s street but instead rode onto the main highway. “She just ride out and did not look,” the eyewitness said.The now dead housewife usually takes her grandson to school on bicycle on a daily basis.The lorry that was involved in the fatal accidentMeanwhile, the lorry is owned and driven by a Corentyne businessman. He was taken into custody as investigations continue.
A Norton Street, Georgetown man, Alfie Garraway, who was wanted by the Police for illegal gun, ammunition and drug possession charges, was on Tuesday released on bail when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Alfie GarrawayThe 39-year-old man appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan and denied the charges.The first charge stated that on October 5, 2019 at Norton Street, Lodge, he, along with Roseann Ellis, had in their possession 13 grams of marijuana. It is also alleged that on the same day at the same location, Garraway and Ellis had in their possession eight live rounds of .40 ammunition when they were not holders of a firearm licence. Additionally, it is alleged that Garraway and Ellis had one .40 smith and Wesson firearm without being holders of firearm licence.Garraway was represented by Attorney-at-Law Stanley Moore, who, in a bail application, told the court that his client was not at home when the search was conducted. The Attorney added that his client later learnt that a wanted bulletin was issued for his arrest and as such, he surrendered.Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield told the court that on October 5, ranks from the Major Crime Unit went to Lot 71 Norton Street, Lodge, where they made contact with Ellis, who is Garraway’s mother. A search was then carried out and the gun, ammunition and a quantity of cannabis were found in the home. The Prosecutor further stated that Ellis was arrested and taken to the Brickdam Police Station. However, following an investigation, a wanted bulletin was issued for Garraway. He was released on $120,000 bail and the case will continue on November 13.Meanwhile, Garraway’s mother, who is jointly charged with him, failed to make her court appearance on Tuesday and an arrest warrant was issued for her. She was previously released on $60,000 bail.
Pirate massacre…but Justice Minister says 30 arrestedIn light of the recent arrest of notorious criminal “Crackhead”, who was wanted by Surinamese law enforcement for the recent deadly pirate attacks, the Police have confirmed that a total of 13 persons are in custody.Arrested: the notorious criminal known as “Crackhead”However, at a joint press conference on Monday in Suriname, that country’s Justice and Police Minister, Stuart Faith reported that 30 persons have been arrested.The arrests, he noted, were made on water and on land.Meanwhile, Surinamese Defence Minister Ronni Benschop assured that in a week’s time the fishermen could safely return to work at sea.The authorities have not ascertained the motives for the attack, but there are suspicions that it was retaliation for the murder of a captain.The main suspect, “Crackhead”, was reportedly spotted in the boat that attacked the fishermen between May 3 and May 5 in the Wia Wiabank, Suriname.Guyana Times understands that a boat owner who reported the robbery to the Police described the men he recognised during the brutal attack on the fishermen.He reportedly told the Police that “Dick”, “Bolo”, “Crackhead”, “Sanbad” and another man he did not know carried out the attack. The owner also told officials that the suspects were all Guyanese.News coming out of Suriname also stated that the Coast Guard has also brought in a boat and suspects and handed them over to the Police. Upon inspection of the boat, it appeared that the crew could not produce a permit.The people on board also had no identification papers.Fifteen fishermen are still missing. Three bodies have been recovered and five people have survived the attacks.On Sunday, Guyana’s Public Security Minister, Khemraj Ramjattan led a team to the neighbouring country where he had the opportunity to meet with the relatives of the missing men. During his visit, Ramjattan recognised the need for an improved coastguard warning system and information sharing.Meanwhile, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo, who led a team to Suriname, described the attacks as acts of terrorism, and called upon the Governments of Guyana and Suriname to work together in addressing the horrific incidents. He urged that the full force of the law be used to bring the perpetrators to justice.Two Saturdays ago, four boats were attacked by a group of men who brutalised the occupants then threw them overboard. Two days later, another boat was attacked, and the captain was killed. The crew is still missing.Those identified as missing include: Ramesh Sanchara, Ganesh Persaud, Vickey Persaud, Glenroy Jones, Bharat Heralall, Ralph Anthony, and Tiaknauth Mohabir. The bodies that were recovered are yet to be positively identified.
Photo: An example of what coloured ice can look like – FSJ Arts CouncilBy Jon Zacks- Advertisement – Arts advocates in Fort St. John are planning on adding a little colour to the 2011 High on Ice festival.Representatives from the Fort St. John Arts Council appeared before City Council on Tuesday night, to share their plans for the next High on Ice event, and to talk about some of the challenges faced in the 2010 event.Tara O’Donnell and Lisa Bush said High on Ice 2010 brought the biggest-yet turnout to the Energetic City, and more coverage than ever before. They say it contributed to community pride, active lifestyles, and employment in the region, as well as providing a major boost to winter tourism.Some changes the Arts Council would like to see for next time include:Advertisement · Facing the ice slides (or at least the one for small children) towards the hospitality tent, so that parents can keep an eye on their kids while huddling up to heaters and hot chocolate. · Getting funding allocated from the City earlier, so that the money will be available for cash prizes and other costs. · Providing a power supply at the front of Centennial park, to enhance the safety of carvers using power tools. · Improving lighting at Centennial Park and opening the concession at night, to give the public more opportunity to visit the festival in the evenings.O’Donnell also described how organizers plan on injecting ‘coloured ice’ into the festival in 2011. She says ‘coloured ice’ is quite a simple, but aesthetically pleasing effect. Moreover, for around $3,000, O’Donnell says organizers could provide a ‘coloured ice’ workshop to local students.The arts council is responsible for the ice and snow events at the festival, which includes bringing in the professional carvers, and organizing the various competitions. The overall budget for the Ice and Snow Event at High on Ice 2011 is projected at $116,100.