The Lewas are the reigning East Asia Pacific (EAP) women’s champions and without a doubt are gold medal favourites.“We are on track to maintain our record as being the champions of the Pacific Region and with the sucess our recent development tour in Samoa, we are adamant that Lewas will be a force to reckon with come the Pacific Games,”“We have very experienced players in the likes of Tanya Ruma, Norma Ovasuru and Captain Pauke Siaka with a good mix of upcoming players such as Helen Buruka and Brenda Tau,” said Maha.Lewas captain, Pauke Siaka she was excited and confident leading the inaugural PNG women’s cricket team to compete at the Games.“We have played against the teams from the Pacific such as Samoa, Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Cook Islands and we have beaten them in the International Cricket Council (ICC) international fixtures in previous years, thus we are very keen as a team to maintain our title as champions of the Pacific. “I have played with the PNG Lewas since making my debut in 2008 and making my way to be selected as the captain is such an honour for me and I have faith in leading the PNG women’s cricket team with one aim in the Pacific Games and that is to win gold,”
View comments GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Statement game Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Stalzer and Hurley, the duo that spearheaded Petron to the finals of last year’s Grand Prix, combined for 27 of the Blaze Spikers’ 44 attack points while providing leadership down the crucial stretch.“We had some troubles in the second set,” said Petron head coach Shaq Delos Santos. “It’s good that we were able to recover and finish strong.”After trailing by two, 8-10, the vaunted floor defense of the Blaze Spikers conked out, allowing the HD Spikers to uncork 15 consecutive points and claim the second set, 25-8.But in the next set, Stalzer and Hurley connived in the attack zone to give Petron an early lead, 8-5, entering the first technical timeout.Petron took the early lead with a 2-0 card.ADVERTISEMENT Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Lindsay Stalzer and Hillary Hurley combined forces to help the Blaze Spikers recovered from a disastrous second set.They both finished with 18 points each.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“They really are a tough team,” said Stalzer of Cignal which fell to 1-1 record. “And it was good test for us.”Cignal’s Sonja Milanovic scored 23 points, while Jeane Horton added 20 for the HD Spikers. Defending champion F2 Logistics and Petron fashioned out victories over their respective rivals Saturday night in the Philippine Superliga-Chooks To Go Grand Prix at Santa Rosa Sports Center in Laguna.F2 trounced Cocolife, 25-21, 25-15, 25-16, to start its title-retention bid while Petron drubbed Cignal, 25-17, 8-25, 25-20, 25-17 to also bolster its own campaign.ADVERTISEMENT
Minister within the Public Health Ministry, Dr Karen Cummings conducted a site visit at the Leonora Treatment and Diagnostic Centre on Friday, to ensure the facility is ready for reopening on Monday.The health centre’s compound was submerged under at least 14 inches of water after high tides overtopped the seawall in some areas along the West Coast of Demerara (WCD) on March 2. This caused its temporary closure and relocation of services to the Den Amstel Health Centre, also known as the Mildred Cox-Younge Health Centre and the Guyana Sugar Company’s (GuySuCo) Dispensary at the Uitvlugt Community Centre.The cleaned Leonora Treatment and Diagnostic CentreAccording to Assistant Administrator of the Leonora Treatment and Diagnostic Centre, Kathleen Armstrong, ongoing works to repair the floors, evaluate the electrical equipment and appliances will be completed in time for the hospital’s staff to return and begin serving the members of the public on Monday.“At the pace that we are going to restore the functionality of the centre, it will surely be soon than later. The staff will be bringing back the equipment and appliances from Den Amstel Centre throughout the weekend and set it up to ensure that things go back normal,” Armstrong said.It was also highlighted by the assistant administrator that the hospital has limitations providing X-ray services since the machine is due for repairs.Minister Cummings stressed that the Ministry will be looking into providing the hospital with an X-ray machine as soon as possible. She also noted that the regional administration needs play its part in assisting to improve the facility’s services.Responding to the inquiry about safety measures to be taken by the hospital, should there be another occurrence of high tides, Armstrong explained that there will be drainage to provide relief to prevent flooding of the facility.
The Fort Nelson RCMP Detachment and Traffic Services are currently investigating a serious motor vehicle incident that claimed the life of a 25 year old Fort Nelson man and sent another 21 year old Fort Nelson man to hospital with serious injuries.On August 24th at 10:27 p.m. Fort Nelson RCMP received a report of a serious motor vehicle incident at Mile 312 approximately 12 miles north of Fort Nelson along the Alaska Highway involving a single vehicle.When RCMP and other emergency services arrived on scene they found a badly damaged Red Chevrolet Sierra Pickup truck sitting in the North ditch. Both occupants who were believed to have been ejected from the vehicle were located laying in the ditch some distance from the damaged vehicle.- Advertisement -A 25 year old Fort Nelson man was pronounced deceased at the scene while a 21 year old Fort Nelson man was transported to Fort Nelson General Hospital with serious injuries. The 21 year man was subsequently transported by air ambulance to the University of Alberta Hospital for further treatment of his injuries.As a result of this incident the Alaska Highway remained closed for several hours while Fort Nelson RCMP Traffic Services with the assistance of the RCMP Collision Analyst who attended from Dawson Creek conducted an examination of the scene in an effort to determine a possible cause for the collision.
“Effective housing policy needs a high level of collaboration and co-operation between the various levels of governments,” said Arjun Singh, president of the Union of B.C. Municipalities (UBCM). “Local governments around the province have been undertaking their own housing need studies. The new provincial requirement will increase the data available and improve its consistency among communities. UBCM is pleased to administer funding for this initiative.”Once complete, all reports will be presented to a local government council or board. The reports will also be publicly available online to anyone seeking to better understand local housing needs.The intake for the first round of funding is now open and successful local governments will be notified in summer 2019. VICTORIA, B.C. – Local governments and the Province will use new housing needs reports to better understand and respond to long-term housing needs specific to their communities.To support this work the Province is providing $5 million over the next three years through a program administered by the Union of B.C. Municipalities, along with data and guidance to support communities’ efforts. This new legislation is requiring local governments to collect data, analyze trends and present a report every five years that describes current and anticipated housing needs.“The District of Chetwynd is pleased to have support from the Province to work on a housing needs study,” said Allen Courtoreille, mayor of Chetwynd. “As a resource community, Chetwynd faces unique housing challenges due to shifting demographics, and this is an important first step to help make sure that our young people, families and seniors have the homes they need.”- Advertisement -According to the Province, the reports will assess key housing needs, including the need for affordable housing, rental housing and homes for seniors, people with special needs, families and people at risk of homelessness. Most of the data required by local governments, such as demographics and household income levels, will be available on a single provincial website at no cost.“Empowering communities to develop housing solutions that work for them is a key part of our government’s affordable housing strategy,” said Selina Robinson, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. “Housing needs reports will provide the information that local governments, along with the Province, need to make sure that we are all creating the right kind of homes for people living in communities throughout B.C.”The new requirements were developed in consultation with an advisory group, including representatives from the Union of B.C. Municipalities, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, BC Stats, BC Housing, the Planning Institute of BC, the BC Non-Profit Housing Association and local governments.Advertisement
The fight began about 1:15 p.m. in the cafeteria, where students hurled full soda bottles at each other, said Hawthorne Lt. Mike Ishii. Hawthorne police, aided by officers from Manhattan Beach, Gardena and Hermosa Beach, got the situation under control in about a half-hour, Ishii said. One female student told officers she was assaulted during the fight. She was treated for minor injuries on school grounds, Ishii said. No students were arrested, and a normal class schedule resumed after the fight. School security and Hawthorne officers circled the school and watched students closely when school was dismissed at FIGHT: Fifty are involved in the scuffle, in which students hurled drinks at one another. Race may have been a factor. By Sandy Mazza STAFF WRITER Police broke up a lunchtime fight Tuesday among about 50 students at Hawthorne High School. 3 p.m., but there were no other incidents. Tuesday’s altercation was the second large fight at the school this year. The campus was shut down and police arrived in riot gear after a March 9 lunchtime fight. That day, 22 students were cited or arrested for fighting. Officials believe the March fight was gang-related. Though some officers said they believe Tuesday’s incident was spurred by ongoing tensions between Latino and Tongan students, Ishii said they cannot be certain until the investigation is completed. School and police officials said they believe the fight in March was motivated by the shooting of a former student and fights involving students outside the school. A woman who arrived to pick up her younger sister Tuesday afternoon said she believed the fight was racially motivated. She graduated in June. “In March, that was between gangs,” she said. “This one was between races.” During Tuesday’s confrontation, a separate fight broke out between two men outside the school at El Segundo Boulevard and Inglewood Avenue. Police shocked one of the men with a Taser gun, and both were taken into custody, Ishii said. It was not known if the two events were related. email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
John Carver Newcastle United manager John Carver has called on his players to improve their discipline after Moussa Sissoko’s red card on Monday night added to a long list of Magpies players serving suspensions.The French midfielder’s dismissal during Newcastle’s 2-0 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield was his second red of the season, resulting in a guaranteed absence from the next two games.Captain Fabricio Coloccini is on the brink of returning from his own three-match suspension while top scorer Papiss Cisse is just over halfway through his mammoth seven-game ban, and Carver feels the issue needs to be addressed.“We have to improve our discipline, which hasn’t been great. It’s something we are looking at,” said the interim boss.“We saw some light at the end of the tunnel, thinking we were getting Coloccini back, then we lost Moussa. You think a captain would lead by example.”Sissoko was dismissed for two yellow cards – the second a horror challenge on Reds’ midfielder Lucas Leiva which could easily have constituted a straight red – during Newcastle’s fifth straight defeat, and Carver revealed his stand-in captain acknowledged his indiscretion.Carver said: “He knows he was wrong. He was quite fortunate he didn’t get a straight red card, which would have made it a three-match ban.“He agreed with me and apologised afterwards to Lucas – and rightly so.”It’s not all doom and gloom though for the Magpies, as despite a long list of absentees through injuries and suspensions, the 50-year-old is relishing the return of marquee signing Siem de Jong who has been sidelined for the majority of the season with a collapsed lung.“He’s a top player, creative and goal-scoring – and we need one of those in the team. Fingers crossed, he might be coming back at the right time,” added Carver. 1
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Richter returned to Chipola College after the conclusion of the season in Ukraine, joining the Indians for the start of regular season play. After winning another regional championship, Chipola finished third at the National Tournament with a 34-2 overall mark. Nine different players moved on to Division I programs following the season. Before taking the head coaching position at FSW, Richter was an assistant for four seasons (2011-15) at Florida Gulf Coast. During that span, FGCU won more than 80 games with three of postseason appearances including a 2013 run to the Sweet Sixteen. The Eagles were the first No. 15 seed in tournament history to advance to the Sweet Sixteen, doing so with wins over Georgetown and San Diego State to claim a school record 26 wins. “We are excited to finalize our coaching staff with the addition of Marty Richter,” DeVries said. “He has a vast background of coaching experience, including most recently being the head coach at Florida Southwestern. He brings tremendous energy and passion on a daily basis which will continue to help us grow the excitement around the Drake men’s basketball program.” Richter, a native of Waterloo, Iowa, and Simpson College graduate joins the Drake staff after two extremely successful seasons as the head coach at Florida SouthWestern State College. Richter then served as the video coordinator for Indiana University and interim coach Dan Dakich after his season with Chipola, joining the team for the 2008 Big Ten Championship and the NCAA Tournament. With the Hoosiers, Richter provided video edits for the postseason while helping the academic support staff. International experience became part of Richter’s detailed resume in 2008-09 when he served as an assistant coach for the Budivelnyk Basketball Club of the Ukrainian Superleague. Richter assisted with all facets of the club, extending from game preparation, on-floor coaching, scouting of opponents, recruiting of international and American players, and individual development. Richter began his first stint as an assistant coach at Florida junior college powerhouse Chipola College during the 2007-08 season. Chipola spent 11 weeks ranked No. 1 in the NJCAA national poll, finishing the year with a 35-2 record, a regional championship and a seventh-place finish at the National Tournament. Richter, who brought vast coaching knowledge and awareness of the recruiting landscape to FSW, spent four seasons (2011-15) on the sidelines for Florida Gulf Coast University and before arriving at FGCU in 2011-12, Richter was an evaluator and collegiate scout for ESPN and provided ESPN with evaluations and contact information for ESPN’s national recruiting database. Print Friendly Version A 1999 graduate and three-year letterwinner at Simpson College, Richter began his coaching career as an assistant at his alma mater from 1999-2001. After a two-year stay at the University of South Dakota (2001-03) as a graduate assistant coach, Richter joined Dan Dakich’s staff at Bowling Green where he was promoted to an assistant coach from 2004-07. DES MOINES, Iowa – Drake University men’s basketball head coach hired Marty Richter as an assistant coach to complete his coaching staff, DeVries announced Tuesday, May 2. At Florida SouthWestern State College, he amassed a record of 56-10 in two seasons. Last season, the Buccaneers went 30-3, were ranked as high as No. 2 in the NJCAA poll and were one win away from advancing to the final four of the national tournament. Richter was named the Suncoast Conference Coach of the Year for the stellar season. Seven student-athletes from that team have already signed with NCAA Division I programs including Tremell and Anthony Murphy and D.J. Wilkins, who signed with Drake earlier this week. Tremell Murphy was coached to conference player of the year and All-America honors by Richter. Tremell and Anthony Murphy were two of eight Bucs to earn all-conference honors. Richter and his wife, Brynn have a son, Avery, and a daughter, Harper.