Invite for 2012 WA State Championships Referees

first_imgTouch Football Western Australia (WA) is welcoming nominations from interstate and international referees to attend the 2013 WA ‘Be Active’ State Championships early next year. The event will be held from Friday, 15 February until Sunday, 17 February 2013 at UWA Sports Park, McGillivray Oval, Perth. Please see the attached flyer for more information or contact Sport Program Coordinator, Karon Boston by emailing [email protected] Related Filesreferee_invite_2013_state_champs-jpgRelated LinksWA State Champs Refslast_img

10 months agoChelsea boss Sarri: I remember Hodgson from Inter Milan and Udinese

first_imgChelsea boss Sarri: I remember Hodgson from Inter Milan and Udineseby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is full of praise for Crystal Palace counterpart Roy Hodgson.The two teams meet on Sunday.Hodgson worked in Serie A with Inter Milan and Udinese while the Chelsea boss was working in the minor Italian leagues.He said: “He was and is a very good coach. I remember him in Italy in Inter and the second time in Udine.”I remember very well and he was a very good coach. I saw his team during the season and they are improving a lot I think.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img

a month agoReal Madrid midfielder Casemiro: There’s no excuses

first_imgAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro: There’s no excusesby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid midfielder Casemiro admits they fell well short of standards in their thrashing at PSG.Real slumped to a 3-0 Champions League defeat against Paris Saint-Germain.”The truth is that we didn’t play well,” Casemiro told Movistar. “They took control of the game and we know that it’s always very difficult here.”They’re very strong, they have great players and there is no excuse.”We’re going to keep working… there’s still lots of time to change this.”We always try to be aggressive, but when the result is 3-0 we know that things are noted more.”We know that if you don’t play a pretty much perfect match here, you don’t win.”There’s lots of time to change this.”Los Blancos posed very little attacking threat and weren’t able to find a way past Keylor Navas in the PSG goal.”We had chances,” Casemiro said. “We scored two goals that didn’t stand, but I don’t think there’s an excuse right now.”We didn’t play well. It’s a delicate moment to speak, but we’re working and we have time to change this.” last_img read more

Map: Where The Most Notre Dame Football Fans Are Located

first_imgA fan sitting in the stands dressed as Notre Dame's mascot.2 Nov 1996: The University of Notre Dame Leprachaun mascot leads the crowd during the Fighting Irish 54-27 win over Navy in Dublin, Ireland. Mandatory Credit: Billy Stickland/ALLSPORTEarlier today we showed you the 2016 College Football Fan Map created by users on Reddit’s college football page. The map shows the most-popular college football team in every county in the United States. You can view it here.Along with the overall map, team-specific maps have been created. Here’s where the most Notre Dame football fans are located throughout the country.Notre Dame clearly has a huge fan base that spreads throughout the United States. It’s hard to find another fan base that covers as much ground.last_img

Older Models Ruled the Runways This Season

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook Twitter Advertisement Advertisement Celebrating his 100th fashion show, Dries Van Noten sent a slew of 40+ women down the runway, including veteran model Kristina de Coninck, who walked in his very first show in 1992, French It-woman Caroline de Maigret, and Canadian models Yasmin Warsame, Amber Valletta, Kirsten Owen and Liisa Winkler. At Isabel Marant, ‘90s supers Carolyn Murphy and Valletta walked alongside their contemporary counterpart, 21-year-old Gigi Hadid. Older models (over 30, 40, 50 and beyond!) were the shining stars of Fall 2017 fashion month, and we’re here for it.As Paris Fashion Week has come to a close, we’re left to reminisce about Dior’s dreamy sheer dresses, Carven’s rosy pink coats, and Saint Laurent’s slouchy crystal-covered boots. But this fashion month also gave us something new to remember; how those clothes look on women of all ages, as we saw a convergence of older women on the runways (at least, older than the 22-year-old norm), from some of our favorite ’90s supermodels to grown-up ladies who lunch, including Canada’s own Sylvia Mantella.This season we witnessed an epic reunion of models as they walked for Isabel Marant, as well as for Simone Rocha in London, Dolce & Gabbana in Milan and Eckhaus Latta in New York. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With:last_img read more

GE slashes dividend takes 22 billion charge in 3Q

first_imgGeneral Electric slashed its quarterly dividend and announced it will restructure its power business, as the industrial conglomerate struggles with sagging profits and a spate of bad news.The company announced a $22 billion charge in its power division and swung to a third-quarter loss that was bigger than most industry analysts had expected.The company on Tuesday cut its dividend to a penny, from 12 cents per share, a move that could hurt individual investors who rely on income from dividends.But cutting the dividend will allow the company to keep about $3.9 billion in cash each year, the company said.“It has become clear to us that we need to simplify the business structure,” said GE CEO Larry Culp in a conference call with investors.“GE has considerable strengths. The talent here is real. The technology is special. And the global reach of the GE brand and our global relationships are truly impressive. But GE needs to change. Our team knows this,” said Culp, who last month replaced John Flannery as CEO after only a year on the job.The Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice are both investigating GE’s $22 billion write-down, said GE Chief Financial Officer Jamie Miller, adding to ongoing investigations into previous problems at GE. The SEC was already looking into how GE took a $15 billion hit after a subsidiary, North American Life & Health, miscalculated the cost for the care of people who lived longer than projected. And the company said in February that the Justice Department may take action in connection to an investigation into GE’s subprime mortgage loans business.Miller said the $22 billion charge was largely the result of GE’s acquisition of Alstom. GE bought the French company’s power and grid business in 2015 just before the gas turbine market peaked.“This team’s been through a lot the last several years,” Culp said. “The company perhaps doesn’t enjoy the reputation in certain corners that we once did. But people here are committed to embracing that reality and changing it.”The company said it is splitting its power business into two separate divisions: a gas-focused division that combines its gas product and services groups and a second unit that will include steam, grid solutions, nuclear and power conversion.“This is a good opportunity for us to frankly manage this franchise better than we have,” Culp said.The planned split could indicate that GE is considering spinning off all but the gas-related parts of its power business, said Josh Aguilar, equity analyst at Morningstar.“It still has a future,” Aguilar said of GE’s core gas turbine business. “It helps with the intermittency with renewables.”On the dividend cut, the only surprise was that GE kept it at all, Aguilar said, but “unfortunately sometimes you have to go through some short term pain for some short term gain.”GE had been paying a dividend of 12 cents since December 2017, when it was cut from 24 cents, according to FactSet. Before that, former CEO Jeffrey Immelt cut the dividend from 31 cents to 10 cents in 2009, which was the first time the company had reduced its dividend in decades.For the period ended Sept. 30, GE lost $22.8 million, or $2.63 per share. A year earlier the Boston company earned $1.3 million, or 16 cents per share.Excluding the $22 billion charge tied to its power business and other items, earnings were 14 cents per share, which was 7 cents short of expectations, according to a survey by Zacks Investment Research.Revenue declined to $29.57 billion from $30.66 billion, which was also short of expectations.GE will likely miss its full-year earnings targets due to problems with the power division, Miller said.In morning trading, GE shares added a dime to $11.26._____Elements of this story were generated by Automated Insights (http://automatedinsights.com/ap) using data from Zacks Investment Research. Access a Zacks stock report on GE at https://www.zacks.com/ap/GElast_img read more

Proposed changes on Medicare drugs but would costs go down

first_imgWASHINGTON — The Trump administration is proposing changes to Medicare’s prescription drug benefit that would affect people’s costs over the next few years.Officials say their goal is to lower costs and modernize Medicare, the government health insurance program that covers about 60 million seniors and disabled people. Some proposals could create winners and losers among seniors, insurers, middlemen and drugmakers.The changes include more leeway for insurers to exclude a specific drug in Medicare’s six “protected classes” of medications. Also, use of e-prescribing would grow.And insurers could require “step therapy” for drugs given in a doctor’s office, which means patients first have to try a lower-cost drug.The administration also wants changes to Medicare rules so rebates from drugmakers get passed on to beneficiaries at the pharmacy.Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, The Associated Presslast_img read more

Lowerorder worry for DC ahead of SRH clash

first_imgNew Delhi: Skipper Shreyas Iyer would look to sort out his team’s lower-order woes and strive for consistency when Delhi Capitals face a rampaging Sunrisers Hyderabad in an IPL match here on Thursday. A dramatic lower-order collapse against Kings XI Punjab exposed Delhi’s batting frailties and Iyer would look to plug those holes to stand a chance of taming Sunrisers, who have been on a roll with back-to-back wins. A new look Delhi made a rampaging start to the season with a superb win over three-time former champions Mumbai Indians but since then they have struggled with their lower-order. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhDelhi are currently fifth in the eight team standings with two wins and as many loses after four games and consistency is something which they would be looking for. Delhi had failed to score six runs from the last over against Kolkata Knight Riders, thus taking the match to Super Over and it was only due to Kagiso Rabada’s superb yorkers, they had managed to scrape through in the end. However, Delhi’s lower-order came unstuck against Kings XI on Monday night when they inexplicably lost seven wickets for eight runs to lose the game by 14 runs. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterDelhi were 144 for three in the 17th over, chasing 167 before being bowled out for 152 in 19.2 overs. “I am really speechless. Really disappointing. It is a crucial match and losing such matches is not going to benefit us. Mentally we need to train ourselves – we are getting good starts, need to finish better,” Iyer had said. Rishabh Pant, who played a superb knock of 78 to pile up a mammoth 213 against Mumbai in the first match, has been the highest run-scorer for Delhi while the likes of Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw, Iyer and Colin Ingram too have been among runs. The bowling department has been led by Rabada, while they also have Kiwi pacer Trent Boult and Ishant Sharma in their ranks. Young Nepalese leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane too has performed well so far for Delhi. But the real contest on Thursday would be between Delhi pacers Rabada and Chris Morris against the marauding Sunrisers pair of David Warner and Jonny Bairstow. The pair of Warner and Bairstow have been in scintillating form this year, sharing century-plus opening stands in all their three matches so far. After a 118-run opening stand against KKR in a losing cause, Warner and Bairstow continued their dominance up the order with 110-run and 185-run partnerships against Rajasthan and Royal Challengers Bangalore. In fact, both Warner (100 not out) and Bairstow (114) blasted a century each during Sunrisers massive 118-run win over RCB in the last game. On road to redemption, Warner has looked ominous as he blasted 69 off 37 balls against Rajasthan, before a whirlwind 55-ball unbeaten 100 blew away RCB. Besides, he started the season with a 85-run knock against KKR. After the six-wicket defeat to KKR in their opener, Sunrisers roared their way back into the tournament, largely riding on Warner and Bairstow’s exploits and come Thursday, they would be eyeing a hat-trick of wins.last_img read more

Sisodia trying to violate MCC RP Singh to Delhi CEO

first_imgNew Delhi: BJP National Secretary RP Singh on Thursday registered a complaint with the Chief Electoral Officer in Delhi, in connection with a Parent-Teacher Meeting called by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, saying that the meeting is being held to publicise the Aam Aadmi Party under false pretexts. The meeting has been scheduled for April 20 in a government school run by the Delhi government. Singh said, “The Deputy CM of Delhi is going to misuse this PTM for the publicity of AAP with the help of a committee on the pretext of a meeting with the parents of children studying in Government schools.” Singh said that Sisodia is trying to influence the 2019 Lok Sabha polls by holding this meeting at the cost of the public exchequer and also claimed that it is a violation of the Model Code of Conduct. The BJP leader said that while the meeting has been called to suggest ways to improve students’ ability to learn and make the education system better, most of the team that is to meet the parents are party workers.last_img read more

HCL Technologies Q4 profit gallops by14 to 2550 crore

first_imgNew Delhi: IT major HCL Technologies Thursday posted a 14.3 per cent increase in its consolidated net profit to Rs 2,550 crore for the quarter ended March 2019. The company had registered a net profit of Rs 2,230 crore in the year-ago period as per the Indian Accounting Standards (Ind-AS), it said in a statement. HCL Technologies saw its revenue growing 21.3 per cent to Rs 15,990 crore in the quarter under review from Rs 13,178 crore in the January-March 2018 quarter. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: IcraThe company expects its 2019-20 revenues to grow between 14-16 per cent in constant currency basis. “We once again, for the third time this year, set a new bookings’ record. These numbers are an emphatic testimonial of the brilliant execution of our chosen market strategy and our ability to provide an annual guidance and deliver to it for three years in a row,” HCL Technologies President and Chief Executive Officer C Vijayakumar said. For the full year, net profit was higher by 16 per cent to Rs 10,120 crore, while revenue grew 19.4 per cent to Rs 60,427 crore from 2017-18. Also Read – Ashok Leyland stock tanks over 5 pc as co plans to suspend production for up to 15 daysIn 2018-19, HCL Technologies delivered revenue growth at 11.8 per cent year-on-year in constant currency (CC) exceeding the upper end of its guided range, the statement said. The company had given a revenue growth guidance of 9.5-11.5 per cent in constant currency basis for 2018-19. In dollar terms, the net profit rose 5.9 per cent to $364.3 million for the March 2019 quarter, while revenue was higher by 11.8 per cent to $2.2 billion as compared to the year-ago period as per the US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).last_img read more