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Later we will be tracking the All-Ireland Club Camogie Final, Sarsfields (Galway ) V Slaughtneil (Derry ) from Croke Park. 3.15pm NFL Galway V Meath – GAME ONNHL Galway V Laois – GAME ONNFL Galway playing against the wind in first halfNHL: Galway open the scoring Galway 0-1 Laois 0-0NHL: Galway 0-2 Laois 0-0NFL: Barry McHugh points a 45. Galway 0-1 Meath 0-0NHL: Galway 0-3 Laois 0-0….Galway off to a good startNFL: Barry McHugh lands another from play. Galway 0-2 Meath 0-0NHL: Update. Galway now lead by 0-9 to 0-0 against Laois after just 6 minutesNHL Latest: Galway 0-9 Laois 0-2NHL : Galway 0-10 Laois 0-2NFL: Meath get a point. Galway 0-2 Meath 0-1NHL: 13′ Galway 0-11 Laois 0-2NHL: Galway 0-12 Laois 0-2 – Galway playing with the windNHL: Aidan Harte points. Galway 0-13 Laois 0-2 18 minutes goneNFL Galway 0-3 Meath 0-2 – Paul Conroy with the Galway pointNFL Meath level it. Galway 0-3 Meath 0-3NHL Galway 0-13 Laois 0-3NFL: Meath go in front. Meath 0-4 Galway 0-3NHL: Galway 0-15 Laois 0-3NHL: Galway 0-16 Laois – 24 minutes gone“Just a little bit more than a training session for Galway” – Conor HayesNFL Meath add another point. Meath 0-5 Galway 0-3. Danny Cummins comes on for Michael LundyNFL: Galway have failed to score for thirteen minutesNFL: Meath adds another. Meath 0-6 Galway 0-3NFL: Meath 0-7 Galway 0-3NFL: Meath have made it 0-8 to 0-3NHL: Galway 0-18 Laois 0-3NFL: Three additional minutes in the first halfNHL: Galway are cruising approaching half time. Galway 0-20 Laois 0-4NFL: Michael Daly hits a very important point. Meath 0-8 Galway 0-4HALF TIME Meath 0-8 Galway 0-4HALF TIME: Galway 0-20 Laois 0-5NHL Wexford 0-07 Kerry 0-07 at half timeNFL Galway 0-4 Meath 0-8 – SECOND HALF ONNHL Galway 0-20 Laois 0-5 – SECOND HALF ONNFL: Michael Daly narrows the gap, Meath 0-8 Galway 0-5NHL: Galway 0-21 Laois 0-6NFL: Meath 0-9 Galway 0-5NHL: Galway 0-21 Laois 0-7NFL: Paul Conroy with a huge point for Galway. Meath 0-9 Galway 0-6NHL: GOAL for Galway Cathal Mannion. Galway 1-23 Laois 0-7NFL: Barry McHugh points a free. Meath 0-9 Galway 0-7NFL: Another successful free for Barry McHugh. Meath 0-9 Galway 0-8NFL: Meath answer with a free. Meath 0-10 Galway 0-8NFL: Liam Silke points. Meath 0-10 Galway 0-9NHL: Galway 1-24 Laois 0-7NHL: Galway 1-27 Laois 0-7NHL: Galway 1-28 Laois 0-7NFL: Gary O’Donnell levels it. Wonderful point. Galway 0-10 Meath 0-10NHL Laois get a goal. Galway 1-28 Laois 1-8NFL: Barry McHugh puts Galway in front. Galway 0-11 Meath 0-10CAMOGIE All-Ireland Club Camogie FINAL: Slaughtneil 0-1 Sarsfields 0-0Camogie Slaughtneil 0-2 Sarsfields 0-0NFL: Paul Conroy & Shane Walsh push Galway further ahead. Galway 0-13 Meath 0-10NHL: Galway 2-29 (Joe Canning penalty) Laois 1-10NFL: Meath answer with a point. Galway 0-13 Meath 0-11Camogie: Niamh McGrath with a 45…..first point for Sarsfields. Slaughtneil 0-2 Sarsfields 0-1NFL: Galway 0-14 (Tom Flynn) Meath 0-12NFL: Point for Meath. Galway 0-14 Meath 0-13. – 5 minutes to goNFL: GOAL for Meath – Meath 1-13 Galway 0-14NHL: Galway 3-30 Laois 1-10 – Conor Whelan with the Galway goalCamogie: Sarsfields 0-3 Slaughtneil 0-2NFL: Johnny Heaney points for Galway. Meath 1-13 Galway 0-15NHL: Galway 3-31 Laois 1-11Camogie: Sarsfields 0-4 Slaughtneil 0-3NFL: GAME OVER Meath 1-13 Galway 0-15 – FULL TIMENHL: GAME OVER Galway 3-31 Laois 1-11 – FULL TIMECamogie: Sarsfields 0-4 Slaughtneil 0-4Camogie: Slaughtneil 0-5 Sarsfields 0-4Camogie: Slaughtneil 0-5 Sarsfields 0-5 Sarah SpellmanCamogie: Orlaith McGrath edges Sarsfields in front. Sarsfields 0-6 Slaughtneil 0-5Camogie: Erica Leslie gets a yellow card. Slaughtneil get the free and the point. Sarsfields 0-6 Slaughtneil 0-6Camogie: Slaughtneil 0-7 Sarsfields 0-6 – in added time at the end of the first halfCamogie: HALF TIME – Slaughtneil 0-7 Sarsfields 0-6Camogie: Second Half.Camogie: Goal for Slaughtneil. Mary Kelly. Slaughtneil 1-7 Sarsfields 0-6Camogie: Siobhan McGrath with a point. Slaughtneil 1-7 Sarsfields 0-7Camogie: Orlaith McGrath with another. Slaughtneil 1-7 Sarsfields 0-8Camogie: Slaughtneil 1-8 Sarsfields 0-9Camogie: Niamh McGrath points a free. Slaughtneil 1-8 Sarsfields 0-10Camogie. The sides are level. Siobhan McGrath Sarsfields 0-11 Slaughtneil 1-8Camogie: 2 minutes to go. Slaughtneil take the lead with a free. Slaughtneil 1-9 Sarsfields 0-11Camogie: Slaughtneil edge further in front. Slaughtneil 1-10 Sarsfields 0-11Camogie: There will be 2 minutes of added timeCamogie: FULL TIME: Slaughtneil 1-10 Sarsfields 0-11Unfortunately not Sarsfields’ dayThanks for your company – Gerry Murphyprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Welcome to our Sunday afternoon sports Match Tracker. National football league Galway V Meath in Navan 2pm & National hurling league Galway V Laois, Pearse Stadium 2pm.
About KP SportsKP Sports, one of the fastest growing collegiate sponsorship, ticket sales, event marketing and consulting companies, has created highly successful partnerships with NCAA Intercollegiate Athletic programs, conferences and other sports clients. KP Sports’ unique model for delivering results is based on being a true extension of its partner’s vision and goals. KP Sports delivers outstanding revenue results by providing unique and valuable investment opportunities that are focused on building long term relationships with its corporate partners and clients. FRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference and KP Sports and Entertainment, LLC have reached a multi-year partnership agreement in which KP Sports will serve as the exclusive sales and marketing representative for the Southland Conference. “The Southland Conference is excited to partner with KP Sports as our exclusive sponsorship sales and marketing representative,” Southland commissioner Tom Burnett said. “KP Sports has proven itself as a successful entity in collegiate athletics marketplace, and within the Southland Conference, and we look forward to growing our sponsorship and marketing opportunities in the years to come.” About the Southland ConferenceHaving commemorated its 50th anniversary in 2013, the Southland Conference is now in its sixth decade as a dynamic and respected consortium of 13 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its half century of existence. Current Southland member institutions include Abilene Christian University, the University of Central Arkansas, Houston Baptist University, the University of the Incarnate Word, Lamar University, McNeese State University, and the University of New Orleans, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Sam Houston State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Stephen F. Austin State University and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. “We are excited to join commissioner Tom Burnett and his executive team of highly skilled professionals in enhancing and building upon the tremendous amount of success the Southland Conference has enjoyed over the past several years in creating a unique and valuable brand for its members and corporate partners,” Kerry Perry, president of KP Sports, said. KP Sports provides sales and marketing representation for several collegiate sports properties nationally including Southland Conference member institutions, McNeese State and Nicholls.
26 November 2008South Africa received good publicity once more at this year’s International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC), held in London last week, after the Winemaker of the Year trophy was awarded to local vintner Abrie Beeslaar, on behalf of the Kanonkop Wine Estate.This year’s competition featured more than 7 000 entries, with southern hemisphere entries coming in four months later than those from the north, allowing for the judging panel to spend over half the year to assess all the entries.‘Best blended red’In addition to picking up the Dave Hughes trophy for best South African wine producer, the Kanonkop Wine Estate also make history in the competition by winning the Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande trophy for the best blended red wine for the third time.Dave Hughes, a respected local wine expert and commentator, has been in the local wine industry since 1986, and was involved in the formation of the Cape Wine Academy in 1979. He has also written over a dozen books about South African wines and vineyards, as well as travelling through the Cape winelands.“Only a fortnight ago, Madame May de Lancquesaing had joined Dave Hughes and the team at Kanonkop in Stellenbosch for a celebratory tasting and dinner at the winery, in the company of all three cellarmasters that had served Kanonkop so assiduously since 1965 – Jan Boland Coetzee, Beyers Truter and current cellarmaster Abie Beeslaar,” IWSC competition manager Bev Steer said in a statement last week.“There is clearly a great deal more to be celebrating now!”‘New World’ winesAccording to the IWSC, wines from the “New World” continued to outperform, with Australia once again taking pole position with the highest percentage of gold medals against their number of wines entered, at 3.3%.“The stringent judging meant that only 107 gold or gold ‘best in class’ medals were awarded across all wine entries worldwide,” the statement read.South Africa and France came joint second with 19 gold medals each, representing 3.2 and 2% of their entries respectively. New Zealand was the next highest scorer with 11 gold medals.SAinfo reporter Would you like to use this article in your publicationor on your website?See: Using SAinfo material
The heart of workplace diversity lies with enlightened leadership and a genuine commitment to fairness, rather than numbers-counting to meet legal requirements, or even persuading others that it serves as a competitive advantage. Leading with Your Heart explores inspired leadership across an organization and the use of a positive moral compass to drive a new way of thinking and integrating our nation’s rich diversity. Cari Dominguez and Judith Sotherlund use the term “ganas” (gah-nas) to capture this concept. Ganas speaks to one’s inner desire to succeed. Motivation drives performance. Inspired motivation drives individuals to connect their day-to-day practices with their guiding beliefs, and to do the right things in the face of obstacles. Leading with Your Heart presents anecdotes of inspired inclusion in the workplace, not necessarily to establish best practices models for replication, but to affirm the lasting values of integrity and fairness that result from leading with the heart. HR professionals will find Leading with Your Heart instrumental in bridging the gap between the idealized expectations of the C-suite and the pressing realities of needing to get the job done at the line manager and local levels. For more information on Leading with Your Heart or to visit the SHRM Store, please click here.
SourceForge, the Open Source Repository for more than 230,000 Open Source projects has hit a major milestone with the 4 billionth download of its hosted projects. The service has grown so that it now accomodates 1.8 million daily downloads. On their peak usage day this past January, there were more than 3.9 million downloads totaling more than 30.1terabytes of data.Jon Sobel, SourceForge’s president of Media, commented that “Our technology enthusiast users are not simply ‘clicking through’; SourceForge users are deeply engaged and interested in the entire experience. Not only are they downloading software, applications and tools, they are also regularly giving back by adding more content or providing feedback.”The 4 billionth download was for an application called PortableApps, a tool that lets users run applications on a USB flash or other portable drive.
TORONTO – The Canadian Securities Association says its reconsidering the appropriateness of its disclosure policy for cannabis companies with U.S. operations after the U.S. did away with the Cole Memorandum.In October, the CSA said cannabis companies with U.S. operations were clear to list in Canada so long as they disclosed the risks to investors.It said it would re-examine that stance if the U.S. federal government’s approach changed.Earlier this month, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Obama-era memo, which suggested the federal government would not intervene in states where the drug is legal even as marijuana remained illegal under federal law.The CSA says it will communicate more details about its position shortly.The CSA is the umbrella organization for Canada’s provincial and territorial securities regulators.
OTTAWA — Canada’s auditor general says the government hasn’t established a clear national strategy that sets out the costs and timelines for bringing broadband access in rural and remote areas up to the national minimum standard.The auditor general’s fall report says officials in the Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development estimated it might cost $6.5 billion to provide all parts of Canada with at least the minimum standard.The report says, among other things, that the lack of a national strategy had hampered the implementation of the Liberal government’s Connect to Innovate program, which allocated $500 million over five years starting in 2016. It says ISED has been slow to inform stakeholders about when backbone network infrastructure funded by the program will be available to them and what they would be charged for access.It adds that only three contracts had been signed under the program as of June 2018, due to delays in the department’s process for completing due diligence on project applications.In its response, ISED said it agreed with the report and began a consultation in June to establish a national digital and data strategy that includes broadband connectivity. The Canadian Press
FORT NELSON, B.C. – An Agreement and Memorandum of Future Understanding was signed between the Fort Nelson First Nation and Chevron Canada Limited.The Agreement related to Chevron’s natural gas exploration, appraisal and development activities on the Fort Nelson First Nations Traditional Territory will be the cooperation of both the First Nations and Chevron. In the spirit of mutual respect, and recognition to support responsible and sustainable economic development in a way that protects the Traditional Territory.“Chevron values the importance of learning from and respecting the cultures of the Fort Nelson First Nation. We are committed to working with Fort Nelson First Nation to develop natural gas resources in their Traditional Territory that provides economic benefits while protecting the environment and culture for future generations.” said the President of Chevron Canada Ltd, Frank Cassulo
Ningbo (China): Indian weightlifters Ajay Singh and Achinta Sheuli finished first and third respectively in easier group B competitions at the Asian Weightlifting Championship here on Monday. Asian Youth and Junior Weightlifting Championships bronze medallist Ajay lifted 320kg (142kg+178kg) in the men’s 81kg group B event to be placed at the top of the four-man field. His final standing will be determined on Tuesday after the end of group A proceedings. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhNational champion Achinta finished third with a total lift of 297kg — 137kg in snatch and 160kg in clean and jerk — in the 77kg group B event. The 18-year-old finished behind Indonesia’s Rahmat Erwin Abdullah 312kg (141kg+171kg) and Vietnam’s Pham Tuan Anh 304kg (133kg+171kg). On Sunday, the country’s top weightlifter Mirabai Chanu produced her personal best but missed the podium by a whisker in the 49kg category. In the men’s 67 kg group B competitions, Youth Olympics gold medallist Jeremy Lalrinnunga set three world records. Jhilli Dalabehera is the sole India medallist so far. The Odisha-born weightlifter lifted 162kg (71kg+91kg) to clinch the silver medal in the women’s 45kg event, which though is a non-Olympic category. The Asian Weighlifting Championships is a a gold level qualifying event of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The points gathered from this event will come in handy when the final rankings for the Olympics are made next year.