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

Fulham close to deal to sign Aina

first_imgEmbed from Getty Images Aina, 23, signed for the Italian club from Chelsea on a permanent deal last year after impressing during a season on loan.AdChoices广告A product of Chelsea’s academy, London-born Nigeria international Aina made six first-team appearances for the Blues – four of them as a substitute. He also had a season on loan at Hull City. Fulham are close to completing a deal to bring former Chelsea defender Ola Aina back to west London from Torino.The Whites have been in talks with Torino to sign the full-back on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent move.center_img See also:Fulham discuss loan deal for former Chelsea defender AinaBettinelli set for Middlesbrough as Fulham target AreolaFulham complete loan signing of keeper AreolaFulham complete signing of ex-Chelsea defender Ainalast_img read more

Vernonell Smith’s skills were on display in N. Muskegon’s stunning upset of Montague

first_img Bestseller The League Mail × Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. (1862) × DEAL OF THE DAY Not relevant Not relevant Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Inappropriate / Offensive Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Shop Now Bestseller (8187) Bestseller $3.99 ENDS IN Displayed poorly Report a problem This item is… Not relevant × Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) $0.00 Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. DEAL OF THE DAY Inappropriate / Offensive Add Comments (Max 320 characters) NBC Sports Displayed poorly Bestseller Report a problem This item is… Other ENDS IN Displayed poorly $14.99 Add Comments (Max 320 characters) FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… (1461) × By Nate ThompsonLocalSportsJournal.comNORTH MUSKEGON – The first four weeks of North Muskegon’s football season wasn’t what senior running back/safety Vernonell Smith or a lot of fans envisioned.They thought the Norsemen were in store for a breakout season this fall, but after opening  with consecutive losses to Reed City, Whitehall, Oakridge and Ravenna, North Muskegon was staggered. The team could have easily packed it in and quit.Instead, Smith and the Norsemen did the exact opposite.Vernonell Smith, who was at his best in his team’s upset of Montague last week. Photo/Jason GoormanLast Friday, they pulled off the biggest upset in the area this season, stunning previously unbeaten Montague, 14-6. It was North Muskegon’s second straight win, following a 28-6 thrashing of Mason County Central.Suddenly things are looking up for the Norse, and Smith has been a sparkplug in the turnaround.He was at his best against Montague.Playing on the Wildcats’ home field in rainy conditions, Smith gave the Norse a 7-6 lead with a two-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. He set up that score by breaking loose for a 70-yard run.The team’s second score, in the third quarter, came after a bad punt inside the Montague 20 that gave the Norse great field position. They took advantage when quarterback Jesse Cook hit Cameron Waller with an 18-yard touchdown pass.Smith finished the game with 135 yards rushing on 25 attempts. He also was part of a North Muskegon defense that continually turned Montague away from the end zone, despite giving up 283 yards in total offense.“We knew we hadn’t beaten (Montague) in 16 years,” said Smith, a four-year varsity player at North Muskegon. “So it was a huge win. I’d say the biggest in my career. Defensively, we came together as a group. In the red zone, we got a lot of really big stops.“We stuck together and made the big plays when we needed them. And coach (Larry Witham) put us in the right position to win.”All totaled, Smith leads the Norsemen with 473 rushing yards and five touchdowns this season, with a 5.3 yards per carry average. Defensively, he ranks fifth on the squad with 22 tackles, including 15 solo takedowns, and has two interceptions, with one returned for a touchdown.“He’s a kid with a pretty high football IQ,” said Witham, the team’s first-year head coach. “He’s played a lot of football in his days here. He’s a tough kid, too. He’s played through some shoulder and ankle issues. He’s always been a trooper.”The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Smith laughingly says he started out as “chubby and lazy kid,” which explains why he started out playing on the offensive line, and not running back, in Mini Mite youth football.“In Dynamites, I got moved to tight end, then my last year (in youth league), I moved over to running back. That’s what I always wanted to do.” Smith said he developed a passion for the sport from his father, Vernonell Smith Sr., who starred at Whitehall High School as an offensive guard and linebacker. “He passed it on to me,” Smith said. “I’d say that’s where I get my physicality from.”Smith said he’s learned plenty from his father over the years, but a few words of advice he got from his dad stick out the most.“He’s always telling me to keep my head on straight,” Smith began. “Grades come first. Always play within my team. And always give 110 percent.”Those are the type of life lessons that Smith hopes to pass on to the next generation when he achieves is goal of becoming a coach and physical education teacher.He also plans to continue to play football in college and is currently sorting through his options. He’s already visited NAIA school Dordt College in Orange City, Iowa, and has spoken to coaches at Northern Michigan University and Wayne State.With only two wins, North Muskegon would need a lot of luck to sneak into the postseason playoffs. The minimum requirement is six wins, and there are only three games left. But sometimes five-win teams sneak under the wire, and Smith is holding on to hope.“We’re hoping with that Montague win, that might give us enough points to push us in,” he said. The truth is that North Muskegon entered a perfect storm to start this season, with all four of their losses coming on the road to squads that currently boast a combined 19-5 record.“It’s not like we were losing to any average Joes,” Witham said. “It was pretty stiff competition and we were working a lot of kids into a lot of new spots. We kind of figured we may start that way, but I’d say this team finally started to turn the corner in the Ravenna game (a 28-20 loss). That’s when I think the lightbulb started to go off.”The Norse were also adjusting to a new coaching staff early on, as well as new offensive and defensive schemes. They were also alternating a pair of sophomores at the quarterback position – Jesse Cook and Mac Young.But in its two wins since the Ravenna loss, North Muskegon has played turnover-free football and Smith has shined on both sides of the ball. Against Mason County Central, he had 89 yards rushing and a touchdown, and also a 42-yard interception return for a touchdown. “It took some time to run things correctly,” Smith said. “Now, we’re not second-guessing ourselves.” DEAL OF THE DAY Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly × Bestseller Displayed poorly Share Dude Perfect Signature Bow Nerf Sports Bi… ENDS IN Inappropriate / Offensive Franklin Sports MLB Electronic Baseball … Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevantcenter_img Inappropriate / Offensive × Bestseller Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. DEAL OF THE DAY Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. 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The national team will play against Ireland on neutral ground

first_imgUEFA will move the first match of the national team in the League of Nations against Ireland in Dublin.“This is one option. The other is to play on neutral ground, because at the moment it is impossible for that to happen in Sofia,” said Gary Owen, the interim executive director of the Irish federation.Dermendzhiev with a sensational decision – shouts Martin Kamburov in the national team?The striker can be in the extended squad for the League of Nations The match should be in Sofia on September 3, reminds “Meridian Match”. Three days later, the Irish accepted Finland, which could not happen because they were subject to quarantine on their return to Dublin.The decision is due to be made on Thursday, when there will be another video link with all 55 national federations in Europe.last_img read more

Paytm, Adidas invest ₹12.8 crore in Indian startup Rooter’s new eSports platform: Report

first_img FOLLOW US COMMENT Jatin Malu WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 6th May, 2020 13:36 IST Paytm, Adidas Invest ₹12.8 Crore In Indian Startup Rooter’s New ESports Platform: Report Paytm, Adidas invest in Indian sports community platform Rooter, which has managed to raise $1.7 million (around Rs 12.8 crore) in pre-series A round. First Published: 6th May, 2020 13:36 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US ALSO READ | Michael Jordan reveals he preferred Adidas over Nike and Converse out of collegeIMAGE COURTESY: PAYTM AND ADIDAS TWITTER All the sporting activities in the world have come to a halt because of the coronavirus pandemic. This has resulted in sporting boards and several sporting platforms taking a serious financial hit. However, Indian sports community platform Rooter has still managed to raise $1.7 million (approximately ₹12.8 crore) in a recent pre-series A round.ALSO READ | Paytm chief Vijay Shekhar Sharma seeks suggestions for WFH chair; gets great responsesPaytm makes huge investment in India-based Rooter Sports Technologies Pvt. LtdAccording to VCCircle, the key investors in the Delhi-based startup Rooter were digital payments firm Paytm and also included the Adidas-backed fund leAD Sports, Rockstud Capital, and Founder Bank Capital, an early stage arm of RB Investments. Rooter’s existing investors, including Anthill Ventures, Venture Catalysts and other angel investors were also a part of the round.ALSO READ | Amazon Pay Balance To Paytm – 2 easy tricks to convert your Amazon Pay Balance To PaytmRooter aims at growing its user base over the next one year and capitalising on the company’s upcoming eSports and gaming content and communities and these funds will be utilized for the same. Rooter is also set to launch user monetisation channels, in addition to current advertising monetisation, with gifting economy working very well for many content-based startups in the country. Rooter is also going to enter into a strategic partnership with Paytm First Games.With the new funding, where both the companies will come together to grow cricket, esports, fantasy sports and gaming ecosystem by creating integration across gaming and content. This could make Rooter a direct competitor with the likes of Dream11, which has a virtual monopoly in the online fantasy gaming market in India. Paytm is the principal sponsor of all international and domestic cricket matches in India and this move could catapult them to venture in other sports as well.ALSO READ | Hima Das: “I used to write ‘Adidas’ on my shoes; now Adidas writes my name on its shoes”Paytm First Games chief operating officer Sudhanshu Gupta said that the company was confident of its investment in Rooter because of its user community and the potential of the integration with Paytm’s own offerings. Rooter Sports Technologies Pvt. Ltd was set up by Piyush and Dipesh Agarwal in 2016. The company engages enthusiasts with user-generated live audio and video content in at least ten Indian languages across several sports.Paytm co-founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma also confirmed the development in a tweet – LIVE TV Written Bylast_img read more

Colin Kaepernick unveiled as Medium board member, will work on uplifting community voices

first_imgAlso Read | Donald Trump Supports Colin Kaepernick’s NFL Return, Says QB ‘Deserves A Second Chance’Colin Kaepernick new job with Medium”Today, we announce that civil rights activist and athlete Colin Kaepernick will be joining our Board of Directors,” Evan Williams wrote in a blog posted on their website. “In addition to the board seat, Medium will partner with Colin and Kaepernick Publishing to create and feature stories focused on race and civil rights in America, and to elevate emerging voices from communities of colour.”Colin Kaepernick, who has not played in the NFL since the 2016 season, launched Kaepernick Publishing in February of this year. Williams revealed he had been in discussions with the quarterback for months now and was quite excited to finally have him on the team. Wiliams noted that the quarterback will “bring valuable insights and leadership” to the publication. Kaepernick Publishing, whose primary aim is to uplift and elevate voices for Black and Brown communities, will work in tandem with Medium to create new opportunities and avenues for coloured writes and creators.Also Read | Colin Kaepernick NFL Return: Teams Who Can Sign Ex-49ers QB; Jaguars, Patriots Or Titans?Colin Kaepernick new job: NFL star talks about the opportunity”I am excited for Kaepernick Publishing to partner with Medium to continue to elevate Black voices in the news and publishing industry,” the quarterback commented on the ‘Colin Kaepernick Medium’ partnership. “I also look forward to creating new opportunities and avenues for black writers and creators with my new role as a Board Member.” Amid the Colin Kaepernick return speculations in the NFL, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has landed a new job with a US publication. The 32-year-old was announced as the new member of Medium’s board of directors. The ‘Colin Kaepernick Medium’ partnership was announced by Medium’s founder, Evan Williams, on Thursday. Known to be a publication which hosts social articles on a wide range of topics, Colin Kaepernick will join the publication as a consultant on the feature stories exploring racism and other social injustices.  Last Updated: 19th June, 2020 19:23 IST Colin Kaepernick Unveiled As Medium Board Member, Will Work On Uplifting Community Voices Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick join Medium as their board of directors. Kaepernick will work as a consultant on stories about racism. SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV First Published: 19th June, 2020 19:23 IST Sujay Chakraborty center_img Written By According to Medium, the former 49ers man will be sharing his thoughts the current anti-racism improvement in the United States, and his vision for the minority community in order to “co-publish thought-provoking feature stories.” As per reports, Colin Kaepernick is scheduled to conduct QnA seasons with athletes, activists and leaders in the country in a segment which apparently will be named ‘Conversations with Colin.’This segment will be published on LEVEL, Medium’s vertical that provides commentary on race, culture and other issues. The feature stories where Kaepernick will work as a consultant will reportedly be published on Medium’s website. Also Read | Buccaneers Assistant Coach Tests Positive For Coronavirus: ReportsAlso Read | Colin Kaepernick Return To NFL With Chargers A ‘Serious Possibility’: Reports(Image Credits: Kaepernick Publishing Twitter Handle) WATCH US LIVE COMMENT FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s brand new £7m Madeira house with two pools where he is isolating with Georgina and his kids

first_img Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. THERE could certainly be worst places to self-isolate than were Cristiano Ronaldo is spending lockdown.Portuguese football legend Cristiano Ronaldo, 35, missus Georgina Rodriguez, the kids, mom Dolores, and brother Hugo are in quarantine together at the Juventus star’s incredible home in Madeira.Cristiano Ronaldo and his family have been self-isolating in his £7m Madeira homeCredit: Instagram @cristiano⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updatesThe seven-storey mansion in Funchal, where Ronaldo is originally from, was finally finished last summer – four years after the former Manchester United No7 bought a warehouse and converted it into this luxury abode.It is believed Ronaldo splashed around £7million to recover the dream home, with Georgina smitten by its incredible sea view, as well as its amenities including TWO Olympic-sized swimming pools, jacuzzi and a football pitch.BUILT FROM SCRATCHIn 2015, Ronaldo bought the building, near the luxury Savoy Hotel and located at the entrance of the port of Funchal, from local designer Nini Andrade Silva for an undisclosed sum.Before that, it was the warehouse where Diário de Notícias da Madeira, the local Madeira newspaper, was based.The building also housed a famous nightclub called Bar/Club Noir over the years.But Ronaldo was adamant that he would turn it into a dream property.In 2019, when work was finally completed and the building was restored, he moved in with his mum and brother Hugo, who also manages his nearby CR7 Museum.It’s not known how many bedrooms and bathrooms the property boasts, however there are four floors above ground – with the top two taken by Ronaldo, Georgina and their brood.On the roof you will find one of the swimming pools, which Ronaldo was snapped enjoying during quarantine by one of its several terraces.The rooftop boasts a stunning poolRonaldo has been spied topping up his tan on the rooftop terraceCredit: AFP or licensorsGeorgina Rodriguez has been sharing pictures online while the family are in quarantine in MadeiraCredit: Instagram @georginagioThere are two gyms, which Ronaldo has been using extensively to sculpt his chiselled abs, and even a small football pitch, should he want a kickabout with Cristiano Jr.Underground, there’s a large garage that can accommodate five cars.WHAT A VIEWWhen Ronaldo’s partner Georgina Rodriguez saw the sea view the property offered, she reportedly fell in love with the romantic getaway.Although it doesn’t appear to be very private, the view of the Atlantic Ocean from the rooftop pool is stunning.Overlooking the cruise port of Funchal, the scenic landscape and sea air certainly beats where the Ronaldo family reside in Turin for peace and comfort. While in quarantine during the coronavirus crisis, Georgina has taken to Instagram to show the view off too – and who can blame her.The view property boasts is out of this worldGeorgina Rodriguez was said to have fallen in love with the view the moment she saw the buildingCredit: Instagram @cristianoRonaldo’s mum Dolores is believed to live thereThe Ronaldo family take advantage of the jacuzziCredit: Instagram @CristianoWHY HE’S THEREWith Serie A suspended because of Covid-19, Ronaldo was given permission by Juventus to go to Madeira to help mum Dolores.In the beginning of March she suffered a stroke and the five-time Ballon d’Or-winner flew to her bedside to be with her.When he visited her at the Dr Nelio Mendonca Hospital, before she was transferred to a private hospital, he was said to have worn a protective mask, clothing and gloves after it was revealed one of his team-mates tested positive for coronavirus.IT’S A HOLIDAY HOMEAlthough Ronaldo is based in Italy for now, his Madeira mansion will surely be his holiday home.Last summer, shortly before preseason kicked off, he was spied on one of the terraces enjoying a romantic trip with Georgina without their children.Ronaldo entertains his family in the Madeira abodeCredit: Instagram @cristianoRonaldo showed off his home gym, which he has two in the Madeira propertyCredit: Instagram / @cristianoRonaldo has also been taking followers through his exercise routine on InstagramCredit: Instagram @cristianoWhen his mum Dolores had a stroke at the beginning of March Ronaldo flew to be with herRonaldo’s brother Hugo is also said to live in the propertyCredit: Instagram @katiaaveirooficialAnd with close proximity to his 48-room luxury hotel, the Pestana CR7, it’ll also be a good spot to keep on top of his business interests.Ronaldo has never forgotten his roots, recently supplying Madeira hospitals with ventilators and equipment during the coronavirus crisis.So, of course he’s built his own castle there. Good luck to him.Cristiano Ronaldo launches new ‘Living Room Cup’ challenge…with insane 142 toe touches in 45 seconds Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017center_img Funny Moments Of Football Animals are so funny that you can die of laughter What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Source: Soccer – read more

Wellington Public Library to have demonstration on how to use an electric pressure pot

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. -1 Vote up Vote down Thirsty · 98 weeks ago How is this news… pressure cookers come with instruction manuals. Report Reply 1 reply · active 98 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 98 weeks ago Thirsty, send me your telephone number. That way I can call you every time I post something to make sure it is newsworthy. Report Reply Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Sumner Newscow report — Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 at 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the library meeting room, the Wellington Public Library will have a demonstration on the use of electric pressure pots. Samples will be given out. Electric pressure pots cook food quickly, economically and preserve a lot of the flavor and nutrients in foods.Please come to see the presentation by, Bernadette Love, of the, K-State Research & Extension office.. Cost is free! Contact Shirley Hensley for more information.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.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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