Tags: Roundup FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 20TROPIC, Utah-Sergio Vasquez, Treyson Roberts and Westyn Clark had 9 points apiece and the Bryce Valley Mustangs smacked Wayne 49-34 Saturday in Region 20 boys basketball action. Tyrel Brian’s 9 points led the Badgers in defeat.MILFORD, Utah-Conner Chamberlain amassed 21 points as the Valley Buffaloes waxed Milford 57-44 in Region 20 boys basketball action Saturday. Zach Sherwood’s 25 points led the Tigers in defeat. January 25, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 1/25 Written by Brad James
highlights We have seen the Indian Women’s Team produce some great results at the International front,” said All India Football Federation General Secretary Kushal Das.”We are sure to see the rise of more talented players in the third season of the Hero Indian Women’s League. I would like to thank the Punjab Football Association for their support in hosting the IWL, and wish the participating clubs all the best for the tournament in Ludhiana,” he added. Rising Student’s Club will take on Gokulam Kerala FC in the opening match.A total of 12 teams will compete in the tournament. One group will have a total of six teams. Ludhiana: Defending champions Rising Student’s Club will take on Gokulam Kerala FC in the opening match of the Indian Women’s League football here on Sunday. As many as 12 teams, divided into two groups of six each, are participating in the tournament. Group I consists of Rising Student’s Club, Gokulam, FC Alakhpura, Hans Women Football Club, Central SSB Women Football Club and Panjim Footballers. Group II has Manipur Police, Sethu FC, Bangalore United FC, SAI-STC Cuttack, FC Kolhapur City and Baroda Football Academy.”Women’s football in our country is going through an exciting phase. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
“(CSM Oradea) were very successful last season and are going to be trying to get into EuroChallenge this season as well,” Denison said.“Their American point guard from last season, William Franklin, and their Australian shooting guard, Daniel Dillon, will be returning to play for them which shows they are a professional club that import players like to play for.”CSM Oradea plays in the 16-team Liga Nationala league.The team lost out in straight games during the 2012-13 playoffs to Gaz Metan after edging Ploiesti and U. Mobitel CN during the early round of the playoffs.“After talking to their coach and general manager it sounded like a good place to play and I’m looking forward to being a part of the team,” Denison said.“Last season they had five players average over 10 points a game and they averaged 15 assists a game as a team and I think this the reason why they were so successful last season.“I feel my play style fits in with a team oriented approach, I’m never selfish with the ball and if someone is open I will get it to them.”Last season Denison averaged 10.5 points per game while playing 20 minutes per game.Denison, who helped lead LVR (junior boys) and Trafalgar (juvenile boys) teams to provincial titles during his high school career, is penciled in to start on the bench for CSM Oradea.Franklin and Dillon join other starters shooting guard Radovan Markovic, center Bogdan Tibirna and power forward Vujadin Subotic.“When I talked to the coach it sounds like he runs a very structured system and I think this will help us win tight games,” said Denison, who spends the offseason living in Shuswap area near Salmon Arm. At least L.V. Rogers Bomber grad Sean Denison is getting to travel and see the world.The former Bomber basketball star recently signed on to play in the Romania League (Liga Nationala) with CSM Oradea after a stint last season in Russia.“I am really looking forward to this season . . . it looks like it could be good for me and fun to play,” the 6’11”, 245-pound power forward said before hopping a plane for Europe.Liga Nationala is the fifth team — fourth country — for Denison since graduating from a four-year NCAA Men’s Division One career with the Santa Clara Broncos.Denison, 27, had stops in Turkey, Germany and the past two seasons in Russia.Last season was a struggle just getting two the hardwood for Denison as the NBA lockout allowed the pros to take many of the jobs in Europe reserved for other players.“The lockout played a part but it wasn’t just that, my last season wasn’t as good as it could have been,” Denison explained. “There’s no telling all of the factors involved but this year it took longer to find something good.”In Romania Denison, who along with wife Trisha have two children, is excited at the team he is joining in the city of Oradea.
The teams played through 40 minutes of scoreless time after Darren Medeiros and Levi Hulston exchanged first period goals.Castlegar held much of the territorial play out shooting Nelson 41-23.Patrick Ostermann, busy in the Nelson nets, took the loss for the visitors.Paul Broadbent registered the win in goal for the Rebels.Despite registering a single point, Nelson fell two points behind third place Grand Forks Border Bruins in Murdoch Division standings.Both Grand Forks and Nelson clinched a playoff berth after Spokane Braves suffered a 5-0 home ice loss to Fernie Friday. The loss was Spokane’s eighth straight setback.Nelson is idle until the Leafs host Castlegar Friday at the NDCC Arena. The Nelson Leafs know they can play with the best in the Murdoch Division.Now the players overcome the hurdle by registering a few wins.Nick Headrick scored a power play goal in overtime to spark the Rebels to a 2-1 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Leafs Saturday night in Castlegar.Headrick scored the marker with Nelson defenceman Aigne McGeady-Bruce in the penalty box for holding.
-30- JERRY HOLLENDORFER, UNIQUE BELLA, WINNER: “She’s been coming along quite well, we’re real happy with her. She didn’t get away great today, but we’ll fix that.“Yes, the Santa Anita Oaks is our next point race. It’s a perfect progression.“We have a very talented filly and we’d like to look at the Kentucky Oaks. We like to take one step at a time. We’d like to go for the Santa Anita Oaks, and if we win or do well, then we’ll try to go to Kentucky.“It’s a great honor to be considered the front-runner for the Kentucky Oaks. We’re blessed to have good horses so I feel really grateful to have a horse like Unique Bella and equally as grateful for Songbird last year.“We’re just trying to do our best and she’s rewarding us.“I don’t have any thoughts about running her against the boys, but some other folk’s do I guess.“When I saw her come into the lane I felt that she was waiting on horses a little bit. Mike had to wave the stick at her a little but she responded right away. I wasn’t too worried.“I was wondering if Mike would stay on the rail or get out in the open and he chose to get out in the open.“I hope they don’t have to match up this year (Songbird and Unique Bella.) I had enough match up with Beholder. That was a pretty good match-up.” MIKE SMITH, UNIQUE BELLA, WINNER: “It was pretty eventful. Sometimes you just stay out of the way of the good ones and they’ll run for you. That’s pretty much what I did today…I was blessed enough to be able to lead my way out.” JOE TALAMO, ABEL TASMAN, SECOND: “Turning for home I had a lot of horse under me. Hats off to the winner, what a special filly she is, because like I said I really had a lot of horse and we had a beautiful trip. The winner broke a little slow which I was happy to see. I was so proud of my filly. I think she’s definitely going to move forward from here.” NOTES: The winning owner, Carlos Heller of Don Alberto Stable, resides in Lexington, KY. TRAINER QUOTES FERNANDO DIAZ-VALDES, RACING MANAGER FOR DON ALBERTO STABLE, UNIQUE BELLA, WINNER: “When we got to the stretch Mike told me he was looking around but when he asked her she immediately answered. It was a little slow. I would think the pace would have been a little bit faster. I was expecting more speed. Finally, it’s one step closer with what we want to do with her. I think Santa Anita Oaks for sure.” JOCKEY QUOTES
On Sunday morning next a walk with a difference will make its way from east to west across Donegal following as near as possible the route of the old L.L.S.R journey from Derry to Burtonport.Brian (right) with his good friend, the late Eamonn Harvey on another fund-raising venture a few years back.The walk is the long-term dream of a Photographic Journalist, Brian McDaid who has life long interest in transport of all kinds.In 2006 Brian used his interest in motoring to raise funds and the profile of the Hospice in Donegal with a trip to Monte Carlo in a Mini Cooper, which was done in memory of his friend and fellow firefighter who passed away in the Hospice in January 2004 Ten years on from the death of Brian’s friend Eamonn Harvey, he wants to remember his late friend’s anniversary with a non money raising event, “Walk the Line” which is borrowed from a Johnny Cash song title and is an a tempt to walk from Derry to Burtonport keeping as near as possible to the old railway track as it makes its way through DonegalThe walk is not an to break a time record (if there ever was one) but it more to highlight awareness for the middle aged (like our Brian) to look after their health, High Cholesterol, Blood Pressure, Diabetic and your mental state of health all can addressed by walking a little, regularly.Over the duration of the journey it is hoped that needs for regular exercise and regular check ups could help prevent more serious medal problems like heart attacks and strokes in the future.The journey will have breaks between stations along the old railway route starting at the Old Pennyburn Station site in Derry which will be launch by the Mayor of Derry Cllr. Martin Reilly and will make it way to Burnfoot and on to Tooban before heading in the direction of Letterkenny via Newtowncunnigham, Sallybrook , Manorcunnigham and Pluck Stations. The walk will head out of Letterkenny on to old Burtonport Line through Churchill, Kilmacrannan Cresslough, Dunfanaghy, Falcarragh, Gweedore, Crolly Dungloe before arriving at the end of the line.The total distance on the old railway from Derry to Burtonport is 74 miles. If you see Brian and co en-route, give him a beep or a wave in recognition of his great gesture. WHY NOT ‘WALK THE LINE’ WITH BRIAN? was last modified: November 28th, 2013 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:Brian McDaidburtonportDerrymen’s healthWALK
After a short break due to rough seas, the red-hot halibut bite picked up right where it left off last Thursday. On Monday, a few boats went out of Eureka and fished in marginal conditions. The current was ripping and the wind was blowing, which made it nearly impossible to keep your bait close to the bottom. A few fish were caught, but nothing to write home about. On Tuesday, conditions were ideal and flatties were flying over the rails at record pace. Quite a few limits were reported, …
8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#cloud#cloud computing alex williams Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A look at outages for cloud computing services over the past two years shows that most are minimal, a subset of the entire network. Very few cloud outages have caused massive data losses. But after reviewing most of these outages, it’s clear that cloud service providers are still adjusting to how they do upgrades or estimate loads to the network when doing maintenance. We saw these issues arise more than once.The results stem from research conducted by Mark Williams, a cloud computing consultant based out of the United Kingdom who is writing a book about cloud computing. Overall duration of the outages are based upon Williams research. He is actively looking for more instances of outages and is asking people to report examples of problems.Williams found 23 reports of cloud computing failure. Google had 12 outages. Amazon had five. He reported that Microsoft had four outages. Saleforce.com had two.Here are the top five results from Williams list:Microsoft Sidekick: March 13, 2009Outage: 6 daysThe massive outage left Sidekick customers without access to their calendar, address book, and other key aspects of their service. Outages are one thing but data loss is an entirely different issue. Microsoft restored most of the data to Sidekick customers.According to a Microsoft spokesperson, the data loss resulted from a system failure that created data loss in the core database and the back-up. Microsoft installed a back up process for its database to hopefully prevent data losses in the future.Lesson Learned: Check with your cloud services provider or hosted service about its disaster recovery policy. And as always, back up your data.Google GMail: October 16, 2008Outage: 30 hoursIt’s still unclear how many people were affected by this outage. Google says very few had problems. The issue did affect Google Apps customers. There were some desperate pleas in the Google Apps discussion group. We see this a lot. It’s that sudden realization that the CEO can’t access e-mail. Suddenly, cloud-based services are now thought of as a process for how data is created, distributed and stored. How can this problem be averted?Lesson Learned: Google Apps does offer a premiere edition for $50. With the service, users get 24×7 phone and email support. Still, you can avoid the issue entirely by having backup for your email.As one person stated in the discussion forum:“For businesses/customers wanting immediate access to support viatelephone or via correspondence as well as ensuring that they arecompensated for when things do go wrong, they should look towards thePremier edition rather than the Standard edition.Since I’ve been using Google Apps as far back as 2006, I have notencountered any major downtime. I keep back-up email accounts in casethings do wrong (and things DO go wrong on the odd occasion even withinternal mail systems managed in-house no matter how good the planningand expense). I have never had to go without email for anyconsiderable length of time. If it’s REALLY urgent, I usually emailand then telephone the recipient to ensure that all is well.A bit of planning and organisation goes a long way with modern digitalcommunications.” Google GMail, Google Apps: August 15, 2008Outage: 24 hoursThose affected by the outage received a 502 Server error when trying to log in to Gmail and Google Apps The outage came following a similar disruption the week before. Google attributed the initial outage to issues with its contacts system that was preventing Gmail from loading properly. Microsoft Azure: March 13, 2009Outage: 22 hoursThe outage occurred last March before the service came out of beta. The outage left people without access to their applications.Lesson Learned: Microsoft recommended that application owners deploy their application with multiple instances of each role. ConclusionMost of the outages affected email, which can easily be backed up. Generally, the outages have been pretty minor. But the outages should not be forgiven lightly as they each have their own particular crisis for the people affected. Overall, we need more comparisons to see the difference in how outages in the cloud compare to on-premise failures.
Thinking about purchasing the new Fujifilm X-T2? Check out our complete buying guide first!All images via FujifilmFujifilm recently announced the arrival of their latest camera, the stunning X-T2. With a month before release, the X-T2 promises to offer travel photographers and film lovers the perfect bang for their buck. The body itself will set you back $1599. A complete video setup (the body and assorted accessories) can cost up to $4000. In any case, here are the specs for the new camera:24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III SensorX-Processor Pro Engine0.77x 2.36m-Dot OLED Viewfinder3.0″ 1.04m-Dot 3-Way Tilting LCD ScreenInternal UHD 4K Video & F-Log GammaBuilt-in Wi-Fi Connectivity325-Point Intelligent Hybrid AF SystemUp to 8fps Shooting and ISO 51200Weather-Sealed Body; Two UHS-II SD SlotsFilm Simulation and Grain Effect ModeFilm SimulationFujifilm has a long history in analog film formats. As such, they’ve included fifteen different film simulation modes directly inside the X-T2 camera. If you like focusing more on getting great shots and less on editing your photos, this camera is a great choice for you. Plus, with RAW photo capture, you can always edit the photos once you import them. 4K VideoFujifilm hasn’t always been known for their professional video cameras, but the X-T2 is looking to give creative professionals a practical way to shoot 4K video. The camera has the ability to shoot 3840×2160 video up to 30fps and HD footage up to 60fps. Users are limited to ten minutes of 4K recording and thirty minutes of HD recording per clip.Fast and Accurate AutofocusIf you shoot a lot of lifestyle or event photography, then you know the importance of shooting with a fast and accurate camera — and the X-T2 is just that. With an autofocus speed of .06 seconds you can guarantee you won’t miss a shot. The camera can also shoot photos up to 14fps, making it perfect for sports or wildlife photography.It’s Built ToughThe X-T2’s magnesium alloy body is weather sealed in 63 points to ensure dust and water resistance. On top of its staggering durability, the camera is able to operate in temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit. For extravagant outdoor adventures, Fujifilm offers a battery booster that not only helps with extended shoots with no electricity access, but increases the AF speed and fps while cutting down the shutter lag.For a complete guide to the whats, whys, and how much (plus some accessory suggestions), check out our free buying guide for the Fujifilm X-T2! See you out in the wheat field!DOWNLOAD THE BUYING GUIDEWant more buying guides like this for future cameras? Let us know, and we will keep them coming.
Senior batsman Rahul Dravid termed the upcoming Test series between India and England as a fight between the bowling attacks of the two sides.”They have a good attack. They have improved since we last played them. We respect them but we know we can also play well. It might be the contest which decides the series,” Dravid said in London on Tuesday.England’s three-pronged attack of James Anderson, Chris Tremlett and Stuart Broad along with off-spinner Graeme Swann commands a lot of respect from opposition while India has great players like Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman and Dravid himself. The trio share 99 Test centuries between them.India Captain MS Dhoni during a practice session at Lord’s”The two teams have played well over the last few years. We are very proud of our record both home and away and England has a great record too. It surely gives an edge to the series,” commented Dravid.The stylish right-hander believes it is important that his side gets off to a good start, something which can set the tone for the high-profile series. “It’s important we start of well. We do realise that sometimes it hasn’t been as good as we would like it to be. We want to start well as it can make a big difference.” The senior batsman feels at home whenever he plays at Lord’s where he made his Test debut 15 years back.”Personally, it (Lord’s) has very special memories. I always feel in some strange way at home. I feel this is a place of cricket, I feel this is a place that understands cricket. I even come here when I am not playing. “That 95 which I scored (in debut) meant a lot to me. I had some good fortune to be able to play that Test match, there were a few injuries and I was lucky to get an opportunity.advertisement”I knew it might be my only chance and I’d have to go back to India and start again -and a lot of batsmen score first-class runs in India. I never expected that I’d be here 15 years later talking about it.”I remember, I was on 50 not out and walking across the Lord’s with Srinath that evening. I realised it was a very significant innings and had given me some more breathing space,” he recollected. Dravid recognised his role in the team was to lay the platform on which a few of the more exciting stroke- makers of his team could build the score.”With the advent of one-day and Twenty20 cricket, a lot of shots are played which is fantastic and great to watch. But every team has players with specific roles, specific skills and you need all kind of them. Men like Jonathan Trott have similar kind of role.”Men like Viru, Sachin and Laxman are more expressive stroke-players. It takes all kind of players to make a good team.” The Indians had a disappointing outing against Somerset, but Dravid said it wouldn’t unduly worry his team.”It can happen sometimes in tour games. Having come from the West Indies and worked hard for runs, you could experiment in such games and play too many shots. But we have learnt our lessons and have the skill to bounce back.” Inevitably, questions on coach Duncan Fletcher were asked and if he was fitting in well with the Indian team.”He has a calming influence and just speaking to him you know he’s someone who has seen a lot of situations, batsmen, techniques.”He is still feeling his way a little bit for besides the ones who were in the West Indies, others have been around with him for only 3-4 days.”With inputs from PTI