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Heyneke Meyer Returns to Elite Coaching

first_imgFormer Springboks coach Meyer will become head coach and director of sport at Stade Francais LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Only time will tell if he can be successful for the French side.Don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook and Twitter. Tigers: Meyer was briefly the head coach for Leicester (Getty Images)He will be responsible for trying to overturn the clubs current poor run of form and clearly has all the support of Club President Hubert Patricot, and the owner of the team, Hans-Peter Wild.Patricot said: “With the support of Robert Mohr and the all the other coaches, Meyer will allow the club to accelerate its progress on the path of performance and excellence. On behalf of all the teams of Stade Français Paris, I welcome him.”Wild, owner of Stade Francias said: “The arrival of world-renowned coach Heyneke Meyer to head the Stade Français’ sports project confirms the ambition we have to be competitive in the Top 14 and on the European scene. I trust Heyneke to build a professional team. He has my full support for his plan of action.”center_img Heyneke Meyer Returns to Elite CoachingHeyneke Meyer is returning to elite rugby coaching with  Top 14 side Stade Francais.The former Springboks coach signed a two-year deal. He will become head coach and director of sport for a Stade outfit currently third from bottom of the table with only seven wins from 21 games.Meyer had been working as the managing director of a Hong-Kong based company, Carinat Sports, but it appears the lure of coaching at a high level again, was too tempting to ignore.He said: “It’s a great honour for me to join a club with such a rich heritage. The mission is ambitious and I know cannot do it alone, so I am very happy to team up with the players and all the important stakeholders of the club.”He brings huge experience and success to the role after coaching the South African national team from 2012 to 2015. He was also the Bulls coach from 2000-2007 where he won a Super Rugby title in 2007. Maeyer was also Leicester Tigers for the briefest of stints in season 2008-09. Back: Meyer will return to elite coaching with Stade Francais (Getty Images) last_img read more

Terms & Conditions >> National Craft Bakers’ Week

first_imgTerms and Conditions – Age 4-7 year old category1.    This competition is open to UK residents aged not less than 4 years old and not more than 7 years old on 1st July 2010, except employees of the Organiser or the participating bakers involved, their families, agents or anyone professionally connected with the competition.2.    Entry to the competition is subject to these rules and any instructions set out with the competition details.3.    This competition is limited to one entry per person.4.    To be entered into the competition you must colour in the drawing and complete the entry form in full in ink with a valid address for us to notify you if you win.  Photocopies will not be accepted.5.    Drawings and entry forms must be returned to the baker by whom they were issued no later than 5pm on Friday, 2nd July 2010. Only entries received by that time will be entered into the competition.6.    Each baker will select one entry to be entered into the National Final to be held on 20th July 2010, when a panel of judges will select the winning entry and the prize winner will be contacted by the Organiser within 14 days. Only the prize- winners will be contacted personally.7.    Responsibility is not accepted for entries lost, damaged or delayed. Proof of sending will not be accepted as proof of receipt.8.    Pictures will become the property of the Promoter and will not be returned to entrants.9.    There is one prize only of a Nintendo Wii, complete with two Ninentendo Wii Games.  There is no cash alternative to the prize.10.    To obtain the winner’s name send a stamped addressed envelope to: National Association of Master Bakers, 21 Baldock Street, Ware SG12 9DH, between 2nd August 2010 and 16th August 2010.11.    The Organiser’s decision is final on all matters affecting this competition and legally binding.  No correspondence will be entered into.12.    The Organiser reserves the right to terminate or suspend the competition at any time.13.    By entering this competition, all entrants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by the rules and consent to the transfer of their personal data to the Data Controller for the purposes of the administration of the competition and any other purposes to which the entrant has consented.  All entry instructions form part of the rules.14.    The Organiser reserves the right to publish the prize-winner’s name and/or pictures for future publicity and promotions15.    These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law and the courts of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction.16    The Organiser and Data Controller is the National Association of Master Bakers, 21 Baldock Street, Ware SG12 9DH.Terms and Conditions – Age 8-11 year old category1.    This competition is open to UK residents aged not less than 8 years old and not more than 11 years old on 1st July 2010, except employees of the Organiser or the participating bakers involved, their families, agents or anyone professionally connected with the competition.2.    Entry to the competition is subject to these rules and any instructions set out with the competition details.3.    This competition is limited to one entry per person.4.    To be entered into the competition you must colour in the drawing and complete the entry form in full in ink with a valid address for us to notify you if you win.  Photocopies will not be accepted.5.    Drawings and entry forms must be returned to the baker by whom they were issued no later than 5pm on Friday, 2nd July 2010. Only entries received by that time will be entered into the competition.6.    Each baker will select one entry to be entered into the National Final to be held on 20th July 2010,  when a panel of judges will select the winning entry and the prize winner will be contacted by the Organiser within 14 days. Only the prize- winners will be contacted personally.7.    Responsibility is not accepted for entries lost, damaged or delayed. Proof of sending will not be accepted as proof of receipt.8.    Pictures will become the property of the Promoter and will not be returned to entrants.9.    There is one prize only of a Nintendo Wii, complete with two Ninentendo Wii Games.  There is no cash alternative to the prize.10.    To obtain the winner’s name send a stamped addressed envelope to: National Association of Master Bakers, 21 Baldock Street, Ware SG12 9DH, between 2nd August 2010 and 16th August 2010.11.    The Organiser’s decision is final on all matters affecting this competition and legally binding.  No correspondence will be entered into.12.    The Organiser reserves the right to terminate or suspend the competition at any time.13.    By entering this competition, all entrants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by the rules and consent to the transfer of their personal data to the Data Controller for the purposes of the administration of the competition and any other purposes to which the entrant has consented.  All entry instructions form part of the rules.14.    The Organiser reserves the right to publish the prize-winner’s name and/or pictures for future publicity and promotions15.    These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law and the courts of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction.16    The Organiser and Data Controller is the National Association of Master Bakers, 21 Baldock Street, Ware SG12 9DH.>> Back to National Craft Bakers Week pageslast_img read more

Higgins Labor Program examines social justice, labor rights

first_imgTags: Center for Social Concerns, Dan Graff, Higgins Labor Program, Labor Cafe What are the origins of Labor Day? What is a just wage? How are racial justice and workers’ rights intertwined? These are all questions one might discuss for project or discussion group sponsored by the Higgins Labor Program, part of the Center for Social Concerns.According to the Center for Social Concerns’ website, the Higgins Labor Program “sponsors research, education and dialogue on issues involving work, opportunity, and social justice” and was named for Monsignor George Higgins, a priest and laborers’ rights activist.The program is sponsoring several projects and groups this semester to investigate both contemporary and historical labor rights’ issues. Dan Graff, professor of history and director of the Higgins Labor Program, said he and Clemens Sedmak, a visiting professor of community engagement at the Center for Social Concerns, are forming a working group to study the just wage. The program will also sponsor research about the past of the labor rights movement and its Catholic roots, he said.“The U.S. labor movement historically has had a really strong Catholic component to it, and still many labor leaders in the United States are practicing or raised Roman Catholic,” Graff said. “The Higgins Labor Program is in the very beginnings of undertaking a project to do an oral history of Catholic labor leaders.”In addition to these projects, the program sponsors the Labor Café, a discussion group that meets to discuss issues facing modern day laborers, Graff said.“The most casual program we run is called the Labor Café,” Graff said. “Every couple weeks on a Friday afternoon, anybody in the Notre Dame community gathers with interest in talking about a contemporary labor concern.”The program also brings in speakers to discuss various modern-day labor concerns and share their knowledge as part of the Research, Advocacy and Policy Series.“We ask a member of the Notre Dame community or sometimes a visitor to give a talk on a topic of their expertise over lunch, and we have two of those scheduled for each semester,” Graff said. “The two this fall both raise questions about the place of government in regulating in regulating the economy.”The program also plans on participating in the racial justice events happening on campus.“We’re going to do something, probably after the election — definitely after fall break — about some kind of black labor matters theme,” Graff said. “It’ll be participating in this broader campaign. I know student government is doing a bunch of stuff around race relations and promoting dialogue and equality, so it’ll be integrating with those efforts.”Overall, the program seeks to remind people of the importance of work and its human face, Graff said.“We cast our net widely,” he said. “A lot of our efforts are around educating folks, reminding people of the centrality of work to the human condition and raising awareness of that.”last_img read more

De Jong set for return to training

first_img The 26-year-old Holland international has managed only three appearances for the club since his £6million summer arrival from Ajax, but could yet figure before the end of the campaign after being given the green light by medics to step up his comeback plans. De Jong revealed the news via his Twitter account on Wednesday afternoon, saying: “The last X-ray was all good! So tomorrow I will start training for myself again. #NUFC #comebackstronger”. The news will come as a boost to beleaguered head coach John Carver, whose squad has been decimated by injury and suspension in recent weeks. De Jong’s last appearance came in the 3-3 Barclays Premier League draw with Crystal Palace at St James’ Park on August 30 last year. He suffered a torn thigh muscle days later which sidelined him for more than four months, and he was on the verge of returning to the squad last month when he suffered a collapsed lung for the second time in his career. The Dutchman underwent surgery which should prevent a recurrence of the problem and has now been given the all-clear to resume training, and he will hope to be able to make a belated impact with nine games of the season remaining. Newcastle midfielder Siem de Jong will return to training on Thursday after recovering from a collapsed lung as he bids to play again this season. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Women of Troy look for first win of season

first_imgThe USC women’s basketball team looks to get its first win of the season against Pepperdine (1-1) Sunday in its second of four consecutive home games to start the season.The Women of Troy (0-1) hope to bounce back from their 63-52 loss against Gonzaga and improve on their 19-12 record from last season. USC committed 24 turnovers against the Bulldogs in the opener, including 14 in the first half, and shot 19 of 51 from the field (.373 FG percent).Five players played their first game for USC, including three in the starting lineup. Each scored by the final buzzer. Junior forward  Cassie Harberts also got her seventh career double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Harberts was the only player on the team to score in double figures, while three Gonzaga players scored 10 or more, led by Keani Alvarez’s 17. Freshman Brianna Barrett led all USC newcomers with nine points in 29 minutes.“You’re not gonna win any games with 24 turnovers,” said  USC coach Michael Cooper about last week’s loss.The Women of Troy did manage to outscore Gonzaga 30-26 in the second half, but the double-digit deficit they faced, which got to as high as 22 points in the first half, was too vast to overcome.“It’s a work in progress still,” Cooper said about the new players adjusting to college basketball, “You just have to learn to live through it. Hopefully we can win some games while we’re trying to make this happen, and as long as we can do that and keep moving forward, I will feel successful.”Pepperdine is coming off a 79-71 loss against UC Riverside Monday, after beating UC Davis 83-68 in their season opener. Forward Robie Mayberry leads the Waves with 20 points and seven rebounds per game, and forward Kelsey Patrick is the only returning starter from last season’s squad, which finished 14-15 on the season and 8-8 in West Coast Conference play.USC is undefeated against Pepperdine all-time at 18-0 since the first match in 1977.last_img read more

Foul trouble, 3-point awakening and more takeaways from Syracuse’s 72-62 win over Ohio State

first_imgCOLUMBUS, Ohio — Syracuse fell down seven early at No. 16 Ohio State. But the Orange (4-2) eventually came back to beat the Buckeyes (6-1) at Value City Arena, 72-62. It hands OSU its first loss of the season, and gives the Orange their second win in a row.Here are three takeaways from SU’s win.3-point awakeningSyracuse was two games removed from shooting 5 for 28 from 3-point range against Oregon. But the Orange started the game in Columbus 5 for 8 from 3. Marek Dolezaj hit two in the first half. Oshae Brissett hit his first two attempts from deep. Frank Howard and Elijah Hughes hit multiple 3s, as well.After that Orange loss to the Ducks, Boeheim praised the looks SU got, and multiple players felt good about their looks, too. Shots didn’t fall, though. On Wednesday at Ohio State, the shots did fall.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHughes led the way, finishing 4 for 9 from 3. When he hit his fourth 3, about halfway through the second half, he put the Orange up seven and hopped back down the court as OSU used a timeout.The Orange finished 11 for 24 from deep.Foul troubleBrissett played five minutes in the first half. He was called for three fouls. The first came on a push in the back call where Brissett appeared to jump straight up. Then, he was called for a foul in the post on offense.His third foul, soon after subbing back in with two midway through the half, came on a loose ball. He dove for the ball, and appeared on replay to be pulled down by OSU’s Kyle Young. But the foul went on Brissett, Jim Boeheim yelled at the referees, and the Orange was without one of its best players for the remainder of the first half. Bourama Sidibe also picked up three first half fouls, one of which he was unhappy with as he appeared to think he had a clean block. On Ohio State’s first second-half possession, Paschal Chukwu picked up his third foul and was subbed out for Sidibe. Sidibe picked up his fourth foul a few minutes later.Frank Howard picked up his third and fourth fouls before the 11:30 mark in the second half, and Sidibe fouled out right about then, too, going for a defensive rebound. Howard eventually fouled out, too, after Dolezaj did. The final personal foul count, skewed slightly by late game OSU fouling: Syracuse 28, Ohio State 17.Aggressive DolezajWith Syracuse battling all sorts of foul issues, Dolezaj was crucial for Syracuse off the bench. He drove to the rim twice early on, finishing on the second attempt. Last season, Dolezaj went 2-for-9 from 3. In the first half against Ohio State, he went 2-for-2, making one from the top of the key and one from the right corner. He was tied for SU’s halftime lead with eight points.Dolezaj didn’t do as much in the second half before fouling out with 7:55 to go. But he provided Syracuse with 25 big minutes as its other two centers battled foul issues of their own. Comments Published on November 28, 2018 at 9:31 pm Contact Billy: [email protected] | @Wheyen3center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

UK DCMS bans third party betting on EuroMillions’ games

first_img Camelot under fire for exploiting National Lottery age limits July 20, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Cross-party think-tank calls for £100 monthly limit on gambling August 5, 2020 Share UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 Related Articles The UK government has moved to ban all third party bets on the outcome of EuroMillions lottery draws.Issuing a market update this morning, the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) states that it undertakes it decision following an industry consultation launched back in March 2017.DCMS will introduce new licencing provisions, which will ban UK consumers from placing EuroMillions bets through remote gambling/lottery operators.Current ‘Gambling Act 2015’ regulations prohibit betting on the outcome of syndicated National Lottery and EuroMillions draws.However, nine countries participate in the EuroMillions game, and although each country relates back to a single draw held in Paris, the selling of tickets is treated as a separate function.As a result of this technicality, a number of gambling/lottery operators currently offer a bet on the outcome of EuroMillions draws as a remote service.In its update, DCMS states that it wants to achieve the same level of protection for the EuroMillions game, as it does for the National Lottery, whilst further safeguarding funds are that will be raised for national good causes.It said: “As outlined in the consultation document, we consider that betting on non-UK EuroMillions draws is contrary to the intention and spirit of section 95 of the Gambling Act and the established principle that operators should not be permitted to offer bets on the National Lottery.“This provision seeks to preserve a distinction between betting and The National Lottery to protect returns to good causes and prevent consumer confusion. Our position was supported by the majority of consultation respondents.”Detailing its consultation, DCMS points to five remote operators; Lottoland, MyLotto24, Annexio, Jackpot.com and IMME Entertainment who ‘run counter to the spirit’ of the National Lottery and its mandate to raise funds for charities and good causes.“This provision seeks to preserve a distinction between betting and The National Lottery to protect returns to good causes and prevent consumer confusion,” it continued. “Our position was supported by the majority of consultation respondents.“We are mindful of the effect on impacted businesses, and will tailor the licence condition to ensure it is in line with our aims to reduce consumer confusion and protect returns to good causes in the UK. Betting operators will still be able to offer bets on international lotteries.” Submitlast_img read more