Rebels, Bulldogs make top 20 of initial CFP rankings

first_imgOXFORD — Ole Miss and Mississippi State made the top 20 of the initial College Football Playoff rankings, which were released Tuesday evening.Ole Miss and Mississippi State were ranked in the top 20 of the initial College Football Playoff.Ole Miss and Mississippi State were ranked in the top 20 of the initial College Football Playoff.The Rebels were No. 18, one spot ahead of their ranking in the AP Top 25 and Amway Coaches Poll, while the Bulldogs were No. 20 after being ranked No. 24 and No. 25 in those polls. Mississippi State debuted the College Football Playoff rankings at No. 1 last year.Clemson, LSU, Ohio State and Alabama comprised the top five of the College Football Playoff poll with Notre Dame and Baylor the next two teams.Florida (No. 10) and Texas A&M (No. 19) were the lone other Southeastern Conference teams to be ranked Tuesday evening.Contact Daniel Paulling at Follow @DanielPaulling on Twitter.last_img read more

South American executive sees potential in Open Water Swimming

first_imgGUYANA has the potential to produce world-class swimmers, but rigorous training by the right individuals are necessary, opines Vice President of the South American Swimming Federation or Confederación Sudamericana de Natación (CONSANAT), Jorge Delgado.The FINA instructor, who recently helped to facilitate an open water swim meet, told the Guyana Chronicle that he is optimistic about the potential that we have.The 64-year-old said that the goal of CONSANAT is to have swimmers from Guyana participate in the South American Championships in Open Water Swimming.He said that when the Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) held an open water swim meet last month at Lake Mainstay, the swimmers swam small lengths in comparison to open water swimmers, but the hope is to keep increasing the lengths at different meets.He said that the onus is on the local swimming authority to seek out talent swimmers, that might mean trips to interior locations and riverine areas where open water swimming might be something natural.“Once in a while you have to travel to identify talent.”The Ecuadorian, who competed at the 1972 and 1976 Summer Olympics, said that he would return next year to assess the progress of the local swimmers.last_img read more

Walsh shines at Eastern Star

first_imgIn division two there were four 31-pointers fighting for first place and taking pole position on a 17/15/14/13 back-nine count back was Roar Berger ahead of James Tognela, Loius Wong and Gordon Everingham in that order.Near pins went to (Div 1) Terry Madsen, and (Div 2) Roar Berger, Colin James and Eiichi Matsumoto (2).There were no ‘2’s today in either division.Wednesday, May 27, Khao Kheow- StablefordWe were allocated the B and C courses today and it was back to normal with the divisional cut, this being set at 5-16 in the top flight and 18+ in division 2.Chris Voller’s 37 points won the division 1 honours, with Martin Grimoldby in second place three points behind and Ian Speirs was third with 33.Bob Poole was the top man in division 2, winning with 33 points as Colin James, in his last game with us this visit, took second on 31 and Curtis Hessler placed third with 29.There were no nearest the pins on B3 in either division and on C8 Martin Grimoldby, in division 1, and Curtis Hessler in division 2 were the winners.Martin Grimoldby birdied B3 and C8 to sweep the ‘2’s pot in division 1 and once again there were no ‘2’s in the second flight.Friday, May 29, Eastern Star – StablefordThe wind coming off the coast made it a pleasant round at Eastern Star today and we had five groups out in total.Playing off 17, Iain Walsh topped division 1 with 37 points ahead of a trio locked on 34 points that saw Colin Aspinall take second, Tony Thorne third and Frank Kelly lose out after the count back calculations.Joe Kubon’s 34 points was the best in division 2, with Dave Brown placing second one point behind and Lars Svensson took third with 30.Near pins went to (Div 1) Colin Aspinall, Karl Flood and Chris Voller, and (Div 2) Joe Kubon and Iain Walsh.Colin Aspinall birdied the 17th and Arthur Hancock the 3rd and the 6th to share the ‘2’s pot in division 1 and there was another blank in the second flight. Jomtien Golf with the IPGCMonday, May 25, Pattaya C.C. – StablefordA last minute change of plan saw us head from Burapha over to Pattaya Country Club where we were able to get our four groups slotted in by 9.45 a.m. with no problems at all.  The equal cut in the two divisions today was an amazing 11-20 and 21+.Iain Walsh & Chris Voller.Dave Horne topped division 1 standings with 39 points, five up on Colin James in second place and Alan Bissell beat Kari Aarnio and Eiichi Matsumoto for third on a 19/18/16 count back after they all returned with 33 points each.last_img read more

Two wins and a second for Steve Durey in Pattaya golf

first_imgSome average scores were returned with Steve Durey topping the list with thirty-four points, this makes two wins and a second for Steve this week and puts him in contention for golfer of the month although he has to make up some ground on Jimmy Carr who didn’t fire today and only came third on twenty-eight points.In between, Alan Sullivan was in great form tee to green but suffered badly when it came to putting. Remarkably for the second day in a row, there were no takers for near pins, a couple of near misses but they don’t count. Once again Jimmy Carr was the man on form, setting out at a cracking pace on the front only to taper off a bit on the back. Still, he did enough to take first place with thirty-six points. Steve Durey is becoming “Mr Consistency” with another solid round of thirty-four in second place.A rare visit to the winners circle for Geoff Parker Wednesday taking third place with thirty-one. Could we be witnessing a return to form for the once consistent winner?Remarkably nobody was able to hit a green on the par threes so no near pins, that has to be a first as there are a couple of dead eye dicks in the group who always seems to snag one. Promoted Contentbrainberries7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Betterbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Betterbrainberriesbrainberries Steve Durey the other on nineteen had a solid back nine to finish first on thirty-five. In between, Michael Brett blew a great chance to win after a solid performance on the back nine up to the eighteenth where he went wild off the tee and ended up wiping the hole just when the prize looked in sight.Never out of the winners circle this week Jimmy Carr.Near pins went to Steve Durey, Michael Brett, and a pair to Tony Robbins.For the first time since our return to golf, we were able to shower after the round which was very much appreciated by all. It may be the start of a return to more normal golf as we know it. Not sure anyone is looking forward to what we are being conditioned to believe will be the “New Normal”, whatever that is.Wednesday, May 20th Greenwood A & B1st Jimmy Carr (17) 36 points2nd Steve Durey (21) 34 points3rd Geoff Parker (17) 32 pointsMillionaire golf returned to Pattaya today with a game at Greenwood, a course favoured by many. As always the course was in tip-top condition apart from a couple of greens that had recently been sanded.The green/caddie fee using PSC vouchers was very agreeable. We seemed to be the only ones on the course until close to the end of the round when we saw a few other golfers. A stiff breeze blew particularly on the front nine but abated on the back. Big winner this week Steve Durey.PSC Bunker Boys GolfMonday, May 18th Bangpra1st Steve Durey (21) 35 points2nd Michael Brett (15) 33 points 3rd Jimmy Carr (17) 33Near pins: Steve Durey, Michael Brett, & Tony Robbins X 2Our first visit to Bangpra in some time where we had a rather slow round. A couple of very slow groups out in front of us made life difficult. In retrospect, we should have tried to go out on the tenth. The course was in beautiful condition, lush and green, and well mowed, although the greens were not as fast as we have come to expect at this course. Despite all the rain we have had recently all the water catchments are empty.Jimmy Carr set off like a rocket and holed everything to set a halfway leaders mark of twenty points. Thereafter, he faded away to finish third on thirty-three points when the putter went cold on him. Dave Ashman was joint second at the halfway mark on nineteen points and continued on his merry way with consecutive pars till the thirteenth when he had a succession of wipes to finish out of the frame. Friday, May 22nd Eastern Star1st Steve Durey (21) 34 points2nd Alan Sullivan (12) 33 points3rd Jimmy Carr (17) 28 pointsNear pins no takers“The more things change the more they stay the same.” It seems we are destined never to have a normal day’s golf at Eastern Star. If it’s not our booking canceled without notice or the quoted green fee not being honoured then it’s something else. Friday it was no shower on a stinking hot day, every other course we visited this week had showers but not Eastern Star unfortunately when we needed them most.The course was in decent condition, the greens were nice but for some reason, everybody seemed to have trouble getting the ball in the hole. The usual breeze was blowing again today. 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Blessed with $5000

first_imgBy Jessica Anstice Pakenham’s Follow Bless Collective has received $5000 from the council to continue to support Cardinia residents who are struggling financially…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Connacht Senior Final Replay confirmed for Sunday in McHale Park.

first_imgYesterday’s Connacht Final ended with Roscommon scoring 2 late points to snatch a 1-10 to 0-13 draw in Pearse Stadium.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Connacht Senior Football Final Replay between Galway and Roscommon has been confirmed for next Sunday in McHale Park in Castlebar with the game throwing in at 3.30.last_img

Cheltenham – Day 3 Preview

first_imgAudio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Day 3 Selections:1.30 Modus (e-way)2.10 Forza Milan, A Great View (Both E-Way)2.50 Un De Sceaux, Balko Des Flos (w/o fav)3.30 Lami Serge Penhill (Both E-Way)4.10 Tully East (Nap), Guitar Pete (Both E-Way)4.50 Laurina, Cap Soleil (E-Way)5.30 The Young Master, Squateaur (Both E-Way)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email George McDonagh looks ahead to Day 3 of the Cheltenham Racing Festival:last_img read more

Spurs may open part of new stadium to fans on Saturday as building work goes on

first_imgTOTTENHAM’S new stadium is ready for another giant leap forwards – with plans to unveil part of it to the public THIS WEEKEND.New photos reveal progress made on the delayed, 62,000-seat, White Hart Lane venue.9 The outside of the West Stand of the new White Hart Lane ground is looking good as work continues around itCredit: Prime MediaAnd London’s Evening Standard say Spurs will confirm on Friday if the stadium’s megastore can open on Saturday.Our pictures show intensive construction work still going on with the hope of staging a match early next year.But for now the target is to welcome fans to what Tottenham believe will be the biggest shop within a football ground in Europe.Nonetheless, a 100-seat auditorium inside the megastore – which will be used for pre-match entertainment – will still not be ready.9 Much still needs to be done to turn the new stadium into the finished productCredit: Prime Media9 The club shop should be ready for opening this weekend but the date for stadium completion is still up in the airCredit: Prime MediaThe shop is within “The Tottenham Experience” – built inside Grade II listed building Warmington House on the corner of High Road and Park Lane.This premises will also house a visitors’ centre, museum and archive.Executive suites at the stadium near Spurs’ old ground are also nearly finished, while the pitch turf has been laid.9 The turf has been laid inside the ground and most of the exterior is in shapeCredit: Prime Media9 Workers are battling to make up time on a ground Spurs had hoped would already be fully open by nowCredit: Prime Media9 Work inside the new ground is the current priority at the White Hart Lane venueCredit: Prime MediaBut the football and NFL changing rooms, plus many of the bars, are lagging behind.For nostalgic supporters, Spurs have already unveiled a giant copy of their iconic ‘Golden Cockerel.It even includes replicas of the dents apparently caused to the original by Tottenham legend Paul Gascoigne messing around firing an airgun 30 years ago.9 The latest photos show the new Tottenham ground is still far from a finished productCredit: Prime Media9 Some heavy construction work still needs doing on the 62,000-seat stadiumCredit: Prime MediaTottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Christian Eriksen and Mousa Dembele are ready for Saturday’s derby with West Ham but Dele Alli is out 9 It’s more than just finishing touches that need doing before Spurs can have a home of their ownCredit: Prime Mediamost read in footballBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosFALL OF TROYDeeney calls Sky reporter ‘cheeky b******’ after he asks about retirementSHOTS FIREDDenis Irwin’s son trolls Liverpool fans with savage Steven Gerrard tweetPicturedC’MON THE LADSRamos’ becomes dad again as wife gives birth to FOURTH son Maximo AdrianoVideoROY MEANKeane says ‘that’s why they never win anything’ as Villa celebrate staying upHarry Kane helps Dele Alli with unbelievable sniper shot as Tottenham and England stars enjoy Fortnite online gaming sessionlast_img read more

No. 1-ranked Appleton North halts Marshfield girls basketball team’s win streak at six

first_imgBryan leads Tigers with 17 pointsBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterAPPLETON — The Marshfield girls basketball team had its six-game winning streak come to a screeching halt as it lost to Appleton North 80-55 in a nonconference game Saturday afternoon at Appleton North High School.North, which defeated Marshfield by two points in a WIAA Division 1 sectional final last season, is ranked No. 1 in this week’s Division 1 state coaches poll and is now 17-0 on the year.North shot 56 percent overall (30 of 54) and was a sizzling 13 of 21 from 3-point range in the victory. The Lightning charged out to a 53-17 lead by halftime.Meg Bryan hit four 3-pointers and scored 17 points, and Ema Fehrenbach added 16 points as she made 8 of 9 free throws for Marshfield (8-7).The Tigers return to Wisconsin Valley Conference action Tuesday at Merrill.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of 80, Tigers 55Marshfield 17 38 – 55Appleton North 53 27 – 80MARSHFIELD (55): Meg Bryan 5-12 3-3 17, Jenna Jakobi 3-6 0-1 6, Corianne Johnson 2-4 2-4 7, Maddie Nikolai 1-5 0-2 2, Ema Fehrenbach 4-12 8-9 16, Hannah Meverden 0-1 0-0 0, Katie Osinski 3-3 1-1 7, Sophie Koen 0-0 0-0 0. FG: 18-43. FT: 14-20. 3-pointers: 5-13 (Bryan 4-11, Johnson 1-2). Rebounds: 16 (Jakobi 5). Turnovers: 16. Fouls: 11. Fouled out: none. Record: 8-7.APPLETON NORTH (80): Brekke 4-6 0-0 10, Sieg 2-4 0-0 6, Squier 1-1 0-0 2, Van Wyk 2-3 0-2 5, Laux 3-7 0-0 8, Erickson 1-1 0-0 2, Pohlman 5-7 0-0 10, Beecher 0-1 0-0 0, Klitzke 1-3 2-2 5, Levy 5-12 5-5 18, Van Handel 1-1 0-0 2, Schabo 5-7 0-0 12, Lukashewich 0-1 0-0 0. FG: 30-54. FT: 7-9. 3-pointers: 13-21 (Levy 3-6, Schabo 2-2, Brekke 2-3, Sieg 2-3, Laux 2-4, Klitzke 1-1, Van Wyk 1-2). Rebounds: 28 (Levy 5). Turnovers: 15. Fouls: 18. Fouled out: none. Record: 17-0.last_img read more

Marketing Day: Facebook rights manager, pixel upgrades & earnings reports

first_imgMarketing Day: Facebook rights manager, pixel upgrades & earnings reportsYou are here: Someone reposted your Page’s Facebook video? You can now take some of their ad $Apr 28, 2017 by Matt McGeeFacebook Rights Manager now gives copyright owners new options for dealing with copyright violations, including taking some of the offender’s ad revenue. How to secure buy-in for your content marketing program expansionApr 28, 2017 by Rachel LindteigenHow do you get your executive team to recognize the need to expand your content marketing program? Columnist Rachel Lindteigen shares tips to help you lay the groundwork and find success. Microsoft reports $23.5 billion in revenue but misses Wall Street expectationsApr 28, 2017 by Greg SterlingSales of Surface tablets and laptops were off 26 percent. Posted on 29th April 2017Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Audiences: It’s not just ‘who’ — it’s ‘where’ and ‘when’Apr 27, 2017 by Kevin LeeWhile marketers tend to focus on the ‘who’ of their media plan, columnist Kevin Lee explains why you can’t ignore essential ‘non-who’ elements such as ‘when’ and ‘where.’ Online Marketing News From Around The Web:Affiliate Marketing20 Ways to Motivate Stagnant Affiliates to Activate, Affiliate Marketing BlogAnalyticsGoogle Quickly Fixes AMP Analytics Bug, Search Engine RoundtableBlogs & BloggingShopify Discontinues Its Official Plugin for WordPress, WordPress TavernBusiness IssuesHere’s Tim Armstrong’s official memo of who will be running the AOL-Yahoo combo, www.recode.netGoogle and Facebook duped in huge ‘scam’, requests for Facebook user account data up 9% in second half of 2016, but content restrictions declined, TechCrunchReport: Content recommendation companies Taboola and Outbrain are in advanced merger talks, TechCrunchDisplay & Contextual AdvertisingAre Ads Adjacent to Offensive Content Viewed as Endorsing That Content?, MarketingProfsDomaining.Art will have 3.5 million premium domain names, Domain Name WireHum: 50K Domains Registered on The New gTLD .Realty at Uniregistry in 2 days; Almost All Under Privacy, The DomainsThe EPA let expire. Then it blamed the new owner for cybersquatting., Domain Name WireOther ItemsHow to Detect Fake News in Real-Time, medium.comSocial MediaFacebook lets content owners claim ad earnings of pirated videos, TechCrunchFacebook Stories: The Video Tipping Point For Publishers, Ad ExchangerVideoAsk a Content Strategist: How Do You Measure the ROI of Video Marketing?, ContentlyFrom our sponsors: Marketing Day: Facebook rights manager, pixel upgrades & earnings reports Alphabet reports $24.75 billion in Q1 revenues, beating expectationsApr 27, 2017 by Ginny MarvinAd revenues rose 19 percent year over year. HomeDigital MarketingMarketing Day: Facebook rights manager, pixel upgrades & earnings reports Amazon beats expectations in Q1 2017 with 23% jump in revenueApr 28, 2017 by Matt McGeeCompany reports $1.48 earnings per share, smashing analyst expectations of $1.13 EPS.center_img Brandwatch, Crimson Hexagon join Twitter’s channel partner programApr 28, 2017 by Barry LevineWith Sprinklr, Sprout Social and Conversocial, these social analytics firms will have early access to Twitter data and product development. IBM enlists Watson to define customer segments and insightsApr 28, 2017 by Barry LevineThrough a newly expanded Marketing Insights, the supercomputing platform is defining customer groups by such goals as engagement and long-term value. Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019 SMB trust survey: Amazon No. 1, Google No. 3, Facebook No. 20Apr 27, 2017 by Greg SterlingRatings are based on NPS survey data from 23,000 small businesses. Facebook pixels get upgrade to track actions & page dataApr 27, 2017 by Greg FinnA change to the Facebook pixel will now pass a page’s click data and metadata back to Facebook. How to Create the Ultimate Marketing PlanApr 28, 2017 by Digital Marketing DepotFour out of five B2B buyers start their journey with a web search. Nearly three quarters of the buying process is complete by the time a prospect is ready to engage with your sales team. With customers now in control, how do you create an effective marketing plan that resonates with target audiences? Compelling content, […] Are you grateful for digital? Part 2: Q&AApr 28, 2017 by Lewis GershColumnist Lewish Gersh sits down with direct marketing expert Lynn Wunderman to discuss why digital and all the data at our fingertips are a mixed blessing for marketers. Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Report: Google Assistant beats rivals for questions answered and accuracyApr 28, 2017 by Greg SterlingCortana was second for questions answered, Alexa second-best for accuracy.last_img read more