Pick Szeged beat RK Nexe in the second friendly test

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmail CommentsIn two days, Hungarian vice-champions MOL Pick SZeged had two successful tests against Croatian vice-champions RK Nexe. In the second clash, domestic team celebrated victory 31:24 (15:8).MOL-PICK SZEGED–RK Nexe 31–24 (15–8)MOL-PICK SZEGED: Mikler – Radivojevics 1/1, Kaspárek 3, Bombac 1, Gaber 1, Mackovsek 4, Källman 5. Csere: Alilovic (kapus), Henigman 1, Bánhidi 4, Bodó 6, Zsitnyikov 1, Sostaric 3/3, Szepesi, Kecskés 1, RostaRK Nexe: Car – Vida 1, Rodin 1, Z. Pesic 4, Jaganjac 8, Barisic Jaman, Jelinic 2. Csere: Radovanovics (kapus), Pribetic 2, Severec 1, Mrdenovic, Dumencic 2, Bakic 2/1, Mileta 1.  HANDBALL SUSPENDED IN CROATIA! Is this only a wish of one team to save trophy? HUNGARIAN CUP: Veszprém defeated Szeged in the great battle Recommended for you Click to comment Related Items:MOL Pick Szeged, RK Nexe RK NEXE president Josip Ergovic: “We invested 10.000.000 EUR in handball, Nasice wants to host EHF Champions League” Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmaillast_img read more

Briefly noted: Accreditation team asks for public comment on Shawnee police

first_imgShawnee police invite public comment as part of accreditation process. The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies will be in Shawnee next week to review the Shawnee Police Department’s policies and procedures as part of a voluntary accreditation process. As part of the assessment, the commission is inviting members of the public to submit comment on the department at a public session to be held Dec. 4 at the Shawnee Civic Center, 13817 Johnson Drive, at 6 p.m.last_img

News in Brief

first_imgAlgerian state railway SNTF has shortlisted eight bidders to purchase its infrastructure engineering business unit Infrafer. Reported bidders include Russian railway RZD, OHL of Spain, Sateba and Seco Rail of France, Alstom, Orascom of Egypt plus Yapi Merkezi of Turkey and Mota Engil of Portugal. Technical and financial bids will be required within three months of the formal invitation to tender. The Romanian government has invited tenders for consultants to assist with the proposed privatisation of the state railway´s freight business CFR Marfa. The intention is to award a contract around the beginning of 2008. In the latest round of talks between North Korea and South Korea, an agreement was reached on October 4 to introduce cross-border freight services on the Munsang – Bondong route, although no timescale has been set. This is intended to support further development at the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex in the border region. A through passenger train to China is to operate over the Kyeongui line next year, in order to carry supporters of the joint Korean team to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. DB Regio AG has ordered 42 four-car Talent 2 EMUs of Class ET428 from Bombardier to operate Nürnberg S-Bahn services from December 2010. Valued at €170m, the order for is the first to be placed under a framework agreement covering 321 vehicles which was signed in February. On October 3 Crossrail and Dillen & Le Jeune Cargo announced they are to merge to create a pan-European independent traction provider. Based in Switzerland and operating under the Crossrail name, the company will be jointly owned by Babcock & Brown, which will manage financial and strategic development, and the founders of DLC who will be responsible for operations.last_img read more

NFL news and notes: Bucs won’t bench Jameis Winston; Amari Cooper has ‘painful’ thigh bruise

first_imgThree things that matterJameis Winston’s job appears safe… for nowThe Buccaneers aren’t ready to throw in the towel just yet, as coach Bruce Arians confirmed the team isn’t looking to make any changes under center at this time.”No. I look at the reasons why. What happened?” Arians told reporters. “If it happens again, yeah, it’ll concern the hell out of me.”Winston, who is in the final year of his rookie contract after his fifth-year option was picked up, threw five interceptions and had two fumbles against the Panthers, though Arians admitted the team’s battered line was partly to blame.”I think when you get hit — I don’t care if you’re Tom Brady — when you get hit early in games, it’s different,” Arians said. “And we got him hit early in the game, excluding the first play. We got him hit too much early in the game.”Amari Cooper diagnosed with thigh bruiseThe Cowboys receiver suffered the injury in Sunday’s loss to the Jets, though one report suggested there’s “no indication of long-term damage.” Cooper could, however, be dealing with the “horribly painful” ailment at a time when Dallas faces a must-win scenario in Week 6 against the NFC East rival Eagles.Cooper, who has 32 catches for 512 yards and five touchdowns this season, also battled foot and ankle injuries earlier this season.Saquon Barkley ramps up workout after tweeting he’ll “be back soon”The Giants got a little healthier as the star running back was joined by fellow back Wayne Gallman (concussion), wide receiver Sterling Shepard (concussion) and tight end Evan Engram (knee), who all missed Thursday’s loss to the Patriots. Each player took part in individual drills during the team’s light practice.Barkley has missed the last three games with a high ankle sprain, but all signs point to him returning ahead of schedule, possibly this week against the Cardinals. The Giants don’t want to rush him, but the hype video he tweeted this weekend indicates he’s itching to get back on the field.Two things that don’t matterMason Rudolph eyeing Week 8 returnThe Steelers quarterback entered the concussion protocol last week after being knocked out by Ravens safety Earl Thomas in Week 5 but practiced just three days after taking the hit, a positive sign that he should be back after the ransacked Steelers get some much-needed rest on their bye.The team got a morale-boosting win in primetime Sunday with third-string quarterback Devlin Hodges at the helm, thanks in large part to a stout performance by running back James Conner, though he did suffer a game-ending quad injury in the third quarter. His status will also be closely monitored before the Steelers return to action against the Dolphins.Tom Brady won’t lure Rob Gronkowski out of retirementThe Patriots quarterback is happy to see his former teammate thriving in life after football, and doesn’t want to disrupt that peace.”I’m so happy that he’s enjoying his time, his life. He seems to really be doing a lot of great things. He knows how I feel about him. I want what’s best for him. He’s the only person that can make those decisions. I don’t lobby for those things,” Brady said Monday morning in his weekly appearance on WEEI, a Boston sports radio station.Gronkowski retired in March and started work last week as an NFL analyst on Fox, where he said that he’ll always leave the door open to unretire. But it appears unlikely to happen any time soon.”He’s given a hell of a lot to our team already over a long period of time, and I think people should be very appreciative for what he’s brought to the team and what he’s brought to the region,” Brady said. “I think he’s just a very special guy. He’s at a different phase of his life.” Change doesn’t appear to be looming in Tampa Bay.But we take a look at the adjustments to come with the latest injury updates around the league in this edition of NFL news and notes. One video you have to seeNot only were the Chargers embarrassed on Sunday Night Football, Steelers fans also took over their stadium.IT STILL COUNTS AS RENEGADE YOU’RE GONNA REGRET THIS @CHARGERS #HEREWEGO pic.twitter.com/QW05mBwmNq— pat muldowney (@muldowney) October 14, 2019Monday’s tweet of the dayCardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson is pumped to be back after serving a six-game suspension for PEDs.GOING TO WORK!!!!— Patrick Peterson /P2 (@P2) October 14, 2019last_img read more

Sights set on ending blindness

first_imgBy Kyra Gillespie Laura Gorton, of Pakenham, is among nearly 2,000 trekkers gearing up for the fourth annual Wild Women…[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

Nelson Nordic Ski Club plays host Teck Kootenay Cup

first_imgSunday, classic skiers raced longer distances on a beautiful course on the club’s Busk and Clearwater trail system, which was upgraded this year thanks to contributions from a Trail Enhancement Grant from Columbia Basin Trust. More fresh snow fell early in the morning but the sun did eventually shine and glazed the tracks making it challenging to wax for the conditions. Nevertheless, racers persevered and kicked and double-poled their way around the course in speedy times.The youngest racers were only four years old, while the oldest were in their 60s and 70s, but good times were shared by all. As one race volunteer put it to the youngest racers at the start line of their race: “Whoever has the most fun wins.”As these races were the last of the season for the 2020 Teck Kootenay Cup series, the aggregate award was delivered to Kimberley Nordic, who claimed the Kootenay Cup and bragging rights this year. Congratulations, Kimberley!Race results can be found at https://zone4.ca/event/2020/F8FCD752/ and Kootenay Cup final standings at www.crosscountrybc.caCelebrations were held in the warming hut at Apex and awards were given outside in the great weather. Nelson Nordic Ski Club would like to thank the many local businesses who were so generous in their support, providing food and draw prizes for the race. Without their support, this race weekend would not have been possible. The success of the weekend is also due to the contributions of the many volunteers who set up race courses, marshalled the courses (to ensure everyone made the turns), timed the racers and served soup for lunch.Competitors, young and old, participated at the Teck Kootenay Cup races at Nelson Nordic Apex Trails this past weekend. — Submitted photo This past weekend — Saturday and Sunday, February 15-16 — Nelson Nordic Ski Club was pleased to host the final Teck Kootenay Cup races of the 2020 season.More than 115 Nordic skiers participated, including racers from Fernie, Valhalla Hills (Hills), Revelstoke, Strathcona Nordic, Nickel Plate (Penticton), Larch Hills (Salmon Arm) and Black Jack (Rossland), as well as a strong contingent from the local club in Nelson.Saturday, skate skiers took over the meadow at Apex for King’s Court sprints in powdery fresh snow. In the morning, the youth racers (U6 to U14) raced in heats to crown their champions and after a short break the U16s faced off against the Masters. Lots of fun and team spirit was shown out on the race course. It was an exciting spectator race for all who attended. last_img read more

Liverpool starting line up to play Man United tonight

first_img 2. Nathaniel Clyne – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 11 11 11 11 17. Mamadou Sakho 11 11 11 22. Simon Mignolet 11 14. Jordan Henderson Liverpool fans were in dream land last Thursday when they roared their team to a convincing 2-0 win over Manchester United in the Europa League.With better finishing – or perhaps without David De Gea in the United goal – it could have been more comprehensive, but with no away goal conceded in the first leg, the Reds have a great opportunity to progress.It is still only half-time in the tie, though, so Jurgen Klopp will need his team to produce a strong performance at Old Trafford tonight.Who will the German select for the job? Take a look at our predicted line up, above.Let us know what line up you would pick – just leave a comment below. 6. Dejan Lovren 11 11 11. Roberto Firmino 18. Alberto Moreno 7. James Milner 10. Philippe Coutinho 15. Daniel Sturridge 23. Emre Canlast_img read more

India vs Australia: Sehwag flops again as India fail to salvage pride

first_imgAfter a 4-0 whitewash in the recently concluded Test series, India’s disastrous show continued in the shortest format of the game with the visiting side’s biggest hope – Virender Sehwag – leading to yet another flop show with bat Down Under. Score | PhotosAfter failing to step up in the Tests, the fiery opener was yet again guilty of throwing it away in the opening Twenty20 tie in Sydney on Wednesday.Much was expected from Sehwag’s willow in T20 as India desperately sought to end its winless run on the Australian soil. However, the Nawab of Najafgarh sadly failed to fire yet again, edging a full pitched delivery off Brett Lee to David Hussey at the first slip.Sehwag’s dismissal at his personal score of 4 clearly showed lack of will and intent on his part.While his recent slump in form in the longer format could be ignored as a one-off, his record in T-20 international certainly leaves a lot to be desired. With an average in the early 20s, Sehwag has done little justice to his true worth in this format.last_img read more

ESL Shipping All Owned Vessels Are Now FinlandFlagged

first_imgzoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: ESL Shipping Finland-based shipping company ESL Shipping, part of the ASPO Group, has decided to reflag its new LNG-fueled bulk carrier Haaga to the Finnish flag.The flag change took place in Kokkola, Finland, on March 7, 2019.Previously, the 25,500 dwt newbuilding was flying the flag of Portugal. This was criticized by workers unions but the company has now managed to reach an agreement with them.”We found a constructive solution with unions and are proud to finally hoist the Finnish flag onboard the Haaga,” Mikki Koskinen, Managing Director of ESL Shipping, commented.ESL Shipping’s all owned vessels are now Finland-flagged. As explained, this gives the company synergies in crew replacement and rotation. In addition, it improves the competitiveness of the whole fleet through the introduction of the fleet wide mixed crewing model.The Handy size dry bulk cargo vessel Haaga and its sister ship Viikki, the first of their kind to use LNG, were delivered to the company in 2018.ESL Shipping’s fleet comprises 21 vessel units with a combined total deadweight tonnage of about 335,000 tons, according to the company’s website.last_img read more

Saskatoon conference looks to help universities implement TRC recommendations

first_imgAPTN National NewsA forum of university presidents and Indigenous leaders from across the country is underway in Saskatoon.They’re looking at how post-secondary institutions can implement recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.APTN’s Jaydon Flett has the story.last_img