National Under-17 head coach, Andrew Edwards, is highly confident that this team has enough talent to do well in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) tournament in Trinidad and Tobago. The team left yesterday for the Under-17 tournament that kicks off tomorrow. Jamaica advanced to the final stage after easily winning Group Four in the previous stage in July. They had wins against Guyana, 4-1; Antigua and Barbuda, 3-1; and the US Virgin Islands 9-0. Now, the Jamaicans are placed in Group A for the final round of qualifiers to the CONCACAF tournament and ultimately the FIFA Under-17 World Cup next year. “We have an absolutely fantastic chance as we have a team that can qualify for the CONCACAF tourney,” Edwards told The Gleaner yesterday. “I think the talent level and discipline in the team are very good. The youngsters play to instruction, and that is very important in moving forward,” he shared. The Jamaicans will play against Bermuda tomorrow, then Haiti on Sunday and finish the group stage when they face hosts Trinidad and Tobago next Tuesday. In Group B, the teams are Cuba, Curacao, Suriname and Guadeloupe. After the completion of the group stage, the top two teams from each group will advance to the semi-finals scheduled for September 23. The final will be on September 25. Also, the top five teams from the CFU tourney will move on to the CONCACAF tournament in Honduras in November. SQUAD: Jeremy Verley (Milton Academy, USA), Tajay Griffiths (Wolmer’s Boys’), Daniel Russell (Holmwood Technical), Nickache Murray (Wolmer’s Boys’), Jamoi Topey (Camperdown High), Kendall Edwards (Park View High, USA), Kimani Gibbons (St Jago High), Jordan Peterkin (Kingston College), Damani Osei (Cosby High School, USA), Cawayne Allen (St James High), Jamari Morrison (KC), Renato Campbell (KC), Horace Ramsey (KC), Blake White (USA), Cobi Atkinson (American Heritage, USA), Chad Letts (YSC Academy, USA), Omar Thompson (KC), Kaheem Parris (Dinthill Technical), Raewin Senior (Excelsior High) and Nickque Daley (Clarendon College).
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(AP Photo/Scott Threlkeld)NEW ORLEANS — Anthony Davis didn’t need long to win back the crowd after being booed during his pregame introduction and the first few chances he had to handle the ball.But the Pelicans sought to close out a close game without Davis on the court anyway — and narrowly pulled it off.ADVERTISEMENT TIP-INSTimberwolves: Jerryd Bayless sat out with soreness in the big toe on his right foot. … Jeff Teague was available coming off the bench after missing eight games with a left foot injury. He played x minutes and had 12 points, five assists and four rebounds in 17 minutes.Pelicans: Randle finished with 12 points. Center Jahlil Okafor sat out with a left ankle sprain that occurred late in New Orleans’ victory at Chicago on Wednesday night. … Guard E’Twaun Moore also was ruled out shortly before tipoff with a left thigh bruise that also had sidelined him the previous five games.UP NEXTTimberwolves: Host the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night.Pelicans: At Memphis on Saturday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Playing for first time since asking to be traded, Davis had 32 points, nine rebounds and three blocks in 25 minutes, and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 122-117 on Friday night.Jrue Holiday had 27 points and nine assists and Kenrich Williams had 19 points — and they led the Pelicans offense in the fourth quarter, when Davis was kept on the bench despite the fact that the teams were separated by as little as one basket several times in the waning minutes. Instead of playing Davis, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry sent in Julius Randle, who came through with a pair of inside baskets and clutch free throws in the final minutes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsKarl-Anthony Towns scored 32 points for Minnesota, and his driving dunk pulled the Timberwolves as close as 114-112 in the final minute. But Randle responded with one of his late baskets inside and then rebounded Towns’ missed jump hook with 16 seconds left.Davis looked determined from the outset to justify his continued presence on the court, however awkward it may be for a franchise that had seemed inclined to move on without him. Pressured by the NBA not to sit a healthy star they had refused to unload by Thursday’s trading deadline for this season, the Pelicans announced that Davis would return to the starting lineup.He scored 10 points in the first seven minutes. In the opening minutes, he went strong to the rim while being booed and dunked, at which point a segment of the crowd cheering largely drowned out the boo-birds. Later, as Davis stood on the foul line taking free throws, part of the crowd booed while others chanted, “A-D, A-D!”By halftime, Davis had 24 points and his highlights included a reverse alley-oop tip at the front of the rim while being foul and crashing to the floor on his back. Davis was fine, and reached the 30-point mark before the middle of the third quarter.Andrew Wiggins had 23 points for Minnesota, which shot and rebounded marginally better than New Orleans, but was outscored 27-16 at the free throw line.Randle and Time Frazier each scored 12 points for New Orleans, which has won two straight.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? 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BY: Indrawattie Natrammother of five formerly of Pomeroon River, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) is seeking more markets for her casareep, which is branded under ‘Pomeroon Cassava Casreep’ bottled by Denis Campbell.Lorleen Boston and her father Denis Campbell standing in front of her stallLorleen Boston and father Denis Campbell, 54, had started the business almost a year ago selling casareep, oranges and various tree barks.Standing in the sweltering heat at the Anna Regina Market, Boston said that she would like to source more markets for her casareep. Currently business is slow due to the inability to access profitable and steady market. The mother vends daily at the Anna Regina old market. When asked what makes her casareep different from the other agro-processors, she said the ‘thickness’, ‘flavour’ and ‘spices’.“This casareep is different, the juice is boiled until it is reduced by half in volume, to the consistency of molasses; it is just as thick.”She told Guyana Times that it is her desire to see her business prosper with more markets through better packaging and her cassreep reaching more housewives. She related that when she gets busy with her children and schooling, her aunt usually assists her in boiling the casareep.She also related that when there is a high demand for casareep she employs persons from the Amerindian community of Manwarine. The vendor also disclosed she sources casareep from other persons who manufacture it.“You see many Amerindian women are mostly home, they have nothing to do but they make casareep, they don’t have the time to sell, so I also assist those women in selling their casareep,” Boston added.The mother said that she started the business so she could be more independent and provide better for her children: “I want to be self-sufficient, independent and earn my own money; and I can only do this if I start my own business.”She awakens as early as 04:00h every morning to catch an early bus to reach market on time to sell her casareep. The family is presently living at Charity Squatting area.Her father told this newspaper he assists his daughter in the labelling process. The father of six explained that the small bottle sells for $500 and the large $1500. Gallon quantities are also available based on ‘order’.
While making the announcement, StarTimes Director of Marketing and PR Japhet Akhulia noted that for every monthly subscription made on the Nyota bouquet, subscribers will access Basic bouquet, customers enrolling to Basic will automatically be upgraded to Classic.Subscribers enrolling to the Classic bouquet, will access Unique bouquet while those enrolling to Unique will have access to ten extra days at no extra cost.“Subscriptions are key in our ability to retain our strong subscriber base, we have therefore introduced this initiative to enable our subscribers to access more premium channels at no extra cost thereby extending more value for less,” Akhulia said.“We continue to enable more and more households across Kenya to enjoy affordable digital television and are committed to growing our service offering going forward,” noted Akhulia.The same will be extended to subscribers on the satellite television platform where upon enrolling to the Smart bouquet they will be upgraded to Super while Super bouquet subscribers will have access to ten extra days for every monthly subscription made.StarTimes has also extended a 25% and 10% price drop for the company’s terrestrial and satellite set top boxes respectively. The company’s terrestrial pay television set top boxes will now retail at Sh1, 499 down from Sh1, 999 inclusive of one month classic bouquet subscription while satellite Combo set top box will now retail at just Sh1, 599 down from Sh1,999 inclusive one month super bouquet subscription.With the introduction of the StarTimes digital television sets, the company has equally dropped the price of the 32 inch set from Sh 26,499 to Sh 23,999 representing a 9.5% drop while customers who acquire the 42 inch set which will be retailing at Sh 39,999 will now have a complete dish kit, accessories and access to one month super bouquet at no extra cost.“We have adopted this strategy being an effort to not only appreciate our loyal subscribers but also to grow our subscriber numbers and encourage retention through account re-activations during the campaign period which will run between 10th November 2017 and 31st January 2018,” Akhulia added.The company recently extended its digital terrestrial technology reach to over 30 counties thereby enabling more than 70% of Kenyans access its affordable television service while complementing the satellite offering that covers 100% of the country enabling Kenyans to have more affordable digital television service options.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000StarTimes Director of Marketing and PR Mr. Japhet Akhulia (left), the company’s brand ambassador Mr. Stephen Oduor popularly known as DJ Shiti (centre) and Vice President Mr. Mark Lisboa display the StarTimes 42 inch digital television set during the launch of an upgrade campaign that will see customers enjoy upgrades to higher bouquets at the cost of a lower bouquet upon renewal of their monthly subscriptions.NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 9 – Pay Television Company StarTimes Media on Thursday announced an ambitious subscriber retention strategy that will see customers enjoy upgrades to higher bouquets at the cost of a lower bouquet upon renewal of their monthly subscriptions.The move will see StarTimes subscribers on the terrestrial and satellite television platforms automatically upgraded to the next higher bouquet upon renewal of their bouquet of choice at no extra cost.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 “With that sorry record, the leaders of the Democratic Party have decided to run on the theme of competence. If they’re competent to fight this war, then I ought to be singing on ‘American Idol,”‘ Cheney said. The remark drew robust laughter. “I don’t know why that’s funny,” Cheney said at the event for Rep. Ric Keller, R-Fla. Democrats were quick to counterpunch. “Under this administration’s watch, Iraq has become a training ground and launching pad for international terrorism, North Korea has likely quadrupled its nuclear arsenal, bin Laden remains on the loose, terror attacks across the world are on the rise, and Katrina exposed the staggering gaps in the administration’s ability to protect America,” said Reid spokesman Jim Manley. Democratic National Committee spokesman Luis Miranda said: “Instead of offering a plan for victory in Iraq, the vice president today again resorted to attacks to try to distract from the Bush administration’s commitment to a failed strategy.” Bush and Cheney appeared to be repeating a page from the 2004 presidential campaign. During a campaign stop then in Des Moines, Iowa, Cheney said a vote for Democrat John Kerry would risk another terror attack. Making the “wrong choice” on Election Day would mean Kerry would follow a pre-Sept. 11 policy of reacting defensively, Cheney said. Some wary Republicans on the ballot in November have been trying to stay at arm’s length from the White House to avoid being tainted by Bush’s job approval ratings, in the 30s. But presidents attract crowds and supporters with deep pockets, and Bush remains the nation’s most successful fundraiser. Cheney, whose poll numbers are even lower than Bush’s, is not far behind. Both have raised tens of millions of dollars for GOP congressional and gubernatorial candidates running in this year’s midterm elections. Bush spoke at a fundraiser for Rep. Mike Sodrel, raising more than $500,000 to help the freshman Republican beat Democrat Baron Hill. The race is considered a tossup in the GOP quest to retain control of the House. He said the Republicans have an economic record to run on, and he urged Congress to make permanent various tax cuts due to expire within a few years. He tried to draw a sharp contrast between the two parties’ economic policies. “In 2001, more than 90 percent of the congressional Democrats voted against cutting income tax rates,” Bush said, referring to votes on his initial package of tax cuts. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! INDIANAPOLIS – President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney launched a one-two political punch against Democrats on Friday, saying they are ill-equipped to handle the economic recovery or the War on Terror. Shouldering dismal poll ratings, Bush worked to frame the debate ahead of this year’s congressional elections by telling supporters that “the difference is clear” between the two parties on how to sustain the recovery. “If you want the government in your pocket, vote Democrat,” Bush said. “If you want to keep more of your hard-earned money, vote Republican.” Cheney, speaking at a GOP fundraiser in Orlando, Fla., took on Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid and party chairman Howard Dean by name. He said leading Democrats have demanded a “sudden withdrawal from the battle against terrorists in Iraq – the very kind of retreat that Osama bin Laden has been predicting.”
Current Finn Harps captain Kevin McHugh has already started planning for life after his playing career by launching a brand new DONEGAL SOCCER ACADEMY.McHugh who also manages the Donegal U13 schoolboys side has created a new academy that will focus predominantly on the technical side of the game for youth players aged from 6-14.McHugh will be joined in spearheading the new academy by former Derry City teammate and current Coleraine midfielder Ruaidhri Higgins. He’ll also be assisted at the new academy by his backroom from the Donegal schoolboys side Mel O’Donnell and Andrew Wilson.McHugh is one of the best players to have ever come out of Donegal and the opportunity for young players to work with a player of his calibre on a weekly basis is fantastic.McHugh is urging parents to simply register their kids name and D.O.B. via email: DonegalSoccerAcademy@Gmail.com, to ensure we get coaching asap on the 1st night.McHugh told Donegal Daily, “It’s something that has been in the pipeline for years now, and has taken us a lot of time to decide the correct coaching strategy that we will adopt” “We have broken down the ‘basics’ of the game and will work in blocks to allow the kids ample time to pick up these essential skills ”“Our aim is to coach good technical skills within an environment that encourages kids to express their own natural talent ”The DONEGAL SOCCER ACADEMY officially gets underway next Wednesday the 22nd of April.Details regarding the times, date, cost and venue of the academy are outlined on the poster above. FINN HARPS LEGEND LAUNCHES BRAND NEW DONEGAL SOCCER ACADEMY was last modified: April 17th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:DSAKevin McHughnewssoccerSport
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! MARINA DEL REY – Jerry Ortiz is back on patrol.A boat was christened Tuesday in Marina del Rey in honor of the slain deputy and Diamond Bar resident.“Jerry Ortiz was an individual who had a great passion for public safety,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca. “He was a consummate professional and he was also a very loving son, husband and father.”Ortiz was killed June 24 in a shooting in Hawaiian Gardens. The gang detective was looking for Jose Luis Orozco, 27, a known gang member. When Ortiz knocked on a door during a search, Orozco allegedly came out and shot the deputy in the face.Dozens of deputies, along with cops from Long Beach and county firefighters, joined Ortiz’s family at the Marina del Rey Sheriff’s Station to christen the $450,000 boat.“It means a lot to the family,” said Mike Ortiz, the slain deputy’s brother. “It’s a great honor, he deserves every bit of it.”Chela Ortiz, the deputy’s wife of only three weeks, declined to comment. Chela, Mike and Ortiz’s mother, Rosa, toured the boat and paused to take pictures.The boat is a powerful, high-tech crime-fighting and rescue tool, said sheriff’s Lt. Greg Nelson.The “Jerry Ortiz” can reach 40 knots per hour, stop on a dime and even move sideways. It features twin turbo diesel engines cranking out more than 300 horsepower each. It is also equipped with fire hoses and manned by two emergency medical technician-trained deputies.The boat will see service not only in Marina del Rey, where more than 1 million visitors enjoy the waters every year, but along the entire Los Angeles County coastline from Long Beach to the Ventura County border.“Today is a day for us to feel good,” Baca said. “Because Jerry Ortiz is back on patrol.”Orozco will be in Norwalk Superior Court on Dec. 2 for the setting of a preliminary hearing date. email@example.com(626) 962-8811, Ext. 2717
Naomh Conail have failed in their bid to have their Senior Championship semi-final against Glenswilly brought to a replay.The Glenties side had appealed the game to the county board in relation to the black carding of Ciaran Bonner in last Sunday’s semi-final at O’Donnell Park.They claimed that Bonner had received a previous yellow card before being black-carded by referee Jimmy White. This would have meant that Bonner would have got a red card and Glenswilly could not have brought on a replacement.Ironically the player who replaced Bonner, Oisin Crawford, scored one of two late frees which dragged Glenswilly over the line.Naomh Conail presented their case to the county board last night but it was rejected.It is yet unclear as to the reasons why the appeal was rejected. The final between St Eunans and Glenswilly will now go ahead at MacCumhaill Park at 4pm on Sunday. GLENTIES APPEAL REJECTED AS FINAL GOES AHEAD THIS SUNDAY BETWEEN GLENSWILLY AND ST EUNANS was last modified: October 30th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:GAAglenswillyGlentiesSt Eunans
When the Beagle was sailing the coast of Argentina in 1834, it stopped at the mouth of the Santa Cruz River. 25-year-old Charles Darwin, who had been reading Lyell’s Principles of Geology, got out and explored the area on foot as the crew made camp on the cliffs. Darwin was impressed by the six-mile-wide canyon with its comparatively small river. He was led from his reading of Lyell to assume that this was another example of the cumulative power of small processes to produce big changes over vast periods of time. Geologist Steven Austin recently visited Camp Darwin at the Santa Cruz canyon. He examined the basalt cliffs and cobbles with a geologist’s eyes and came to a quite different interpretation. “What I saw at Camp Darwin utterly shocked me,” he said. “I saw abundant evidence for a colossal flood that must have rapidly performed significant erosion in the valley.” His results can be found at ICR, where he explains that the nature of the cliffs, the basalt being on one side and not the other, and the large rounded boulders on top of the cliff (some as big as 15 feet in diameter), and other evidences speak clearly of catastrophism, not uniformitarianism. This incorrect assumption, he believes, was young Darwin’s first wrong turn that led him to view the world evolving through slow, gradual accumulations of small changes. Dr. Austin has posted a 10-minute video on YouTube explaining his findings, with footage shot on location where he points to evidences you can see for yourself.This is a good example of how the glasses through which you view the world can color everything. Darwin read the world with his Lyell glasses on. Because those glasses blocked certain wavelengths, he failed to see evidence that was right in front of his nose. Watch this short video and spread the link to friends today on the Darwin Bicentennial.(Visited 34 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts sarah perez Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Tags:#Facebook#security#web A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Yesterday we reported on a problem that was affecting several Facebook page owners – due to a loophole in Facebook’s process for handling DMCA takedown requests, anyone with an ax to grind and a fake email address could take down any Facebook page by filling out an online form with false information, claiming copyright infringement.Facebook doesn’t verify the identity of those filing the claim, and more importantly, it doesn’t verify the claim is from a legitimate email address. After a handful of high-profile sites became the victim of this problem, Facebook has stepped in to resolve the problem. Well, sort of. The social networking company says it has restored four pages, but it has not made any changes to its system as of yet.What Was Happening?With Facebook’s faulty system, which we detailed here, anyone could get a Facebook page taken down just by filling out an online form with fake information. Because Facebook did not verify the email address of the person doing the reporting, several page owners found themselves without any way to resolve the dispute. In some cases, the fake email addresses the scammer had entered ended up belonging to an uninvolved third-party, who, fortunately for the site owner (Taimur Asad of RedmondPie), was kind enough to contact Facebook on the owner’s behalf to have the claim removed. Others, like Hamard Dar, who owns a site called Rewriting Technology, were not as lucky. His page was down for over a month. He was only able to restore it by performing an investigation on his own to determine who submitted the complaint and then threaten them with criminal charges.Facebook’s ResponseIn light of the controversy, Facebook has now responded to these complaints, saying that it has “investigated a number of recent intellectual property cases and have restored four pages as a result.”Yes, just four.The spokesperson also added:Abuse of DMCA and other intellectual property notice procedures is a challenge for every major Internet service and we take it seriously. We have invested significant resources into creating a dedicated team that uses specialized tools, systems and technology to review and properly handle intellectual property notices. This system evaluates a number of factors when deciding how to respond and, in many cases, we require the reporter to provide additional information before we can take action. As a result of these efforts, the vast majority of intellectual property notices that we receive are handled without incident. Of course, no system is perfect and we are always striving to improve our practices. As such, we will be considering the results of our investigation into this matter as we continue to refine our systems and procedures. How Many Others are Out There?Unfortunately, this response is not good enough for others who are still dealing with the effects of Facebook’s failed system.According to Hassan Ali, who runs apniisp.com, a popular entertainment website based in Pakistan, his Facebook page with over 44,000 fans was disabled on March 3, 2011, and the email address belonging to the supposedly infringed upon party is not even working – all the emails just bounce back.This goes to one of the main issues with Facebook’s system – it doesn’t even verify the email address works. In addition, Facebook’s support in this area doesn’t help the affected parties – form letters from what appear to be bots called “Reggie” and “Marissa” are the only “people” who will respond to emails asking for help. And they always say the same thing: Facebook won’t get involved, work it out yourself and get a lawyer.But in Ali’s case, Facebook isn’t even listening to his legal counsel, he says. In an excerpt from Facebook’s email, the company writes,“If you believe that this claim has been made under false pretenses, we recommend that you contact a lawyer or your local law enforcement agency and discuss this issue with them.”But when Ali’s lawyer contacted Facebook on his behalf, Facebook replied:“We can only correspond with an admin of the removed content.”Ali says he has been struggling with this issue for 50 days and doesn’t know what do to anymore.Restoring Pages is a Band-Aid, Not a SolutionWhile the four site owners affected were glad to see their pages return, the brand reputation they suffered is, in some cases, irreversible. In one instance, a new, fake Facebook page had appeared, offering the newly migrated fans “free iPads,” in what was clearly an online scam.When asked what Facebook was doing in the future to address this issue, as simply restoring the pages of those bloggers notable enough to have caused a ruckus doesn’t fix the real problem, Facebook told one of the site owners that the issue would be discussed and Facebook will “consider refinements to our system.”Consider?How hard is it to implement email validation? What’s to consider? At the very least, the form should verify the email address works before removing pages based on faulty claims. At best, Facebook should make it more challenging for these claims to exist in the first place. A good first step? Stop allowing disposable webmail addresses in the “email” portion of the field.We expect that this isn’t the last we’ll hear of changes to the DMCA takedown system over at Facebook. In the meantime, can someone besides “Marissa” or “Reggie” please look into Ali’s case?