Share EntertainmentLocalNews Jennilia Theophille is Miss Woman of the Bible 2015 by: Dominica Vibes News – August 4, 2015 Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share 936 Views no discussions Jennillia Theophile Miss Woman of the Bible 2015.Jennilia Theophille of the Giraudel Pentecostal Church is the 2015 Miss Woman of the Bible (WOB). Miss Theophille, who portrayed Job’s wife, outwitted five other contestants on Friday 31 July 2015 to claim the title at the Harlem Plaza. She won the best speech and bible knowledge segments. Marlena Panthier, of the New Light Ministries in Portsmouth, who portrayed Delilah, came in 2nd place.Kendra Jean Jacques of the Deliverance Baptiste Church, who portrayed Jezebel, came in third place and won the award for best talent.Mandana Joseph of the Seed of Life Ministries at Paix Bouche, who portrayed Hagar, won best skills.The other contestants were Leanndra Jean-Pierre from the Wesley Pentecostal Church, who portrayed Ruth, and Cynthia Keisha Felix of the Living Hope Fellowship, who portrayed Jeptha’s daughter.“I feel wonderful, great and I am very proud of myself…I worked hard along with my chaperons and it has paid off tonight,” Theophille told Dominica Vibes.She has advised other young Christian ladies to participate in the competition next year “and give it their best shot and they will succeed”. Meanwhile, Kendra Jean Jacques who placed second runner up, expressed excitement that her hard work and that of her team has paid off.“It was fun and exciting and I learnt a lot from this contest,” Ms Jean Jacques said.She believes that the contest is good initiative for young Christian women because it encourages them to study their bible and stay rooted in the word of God. “It doesn’t matter what bible character you get to portray, you can turn the worst character around and learn something from it. I had Jezebel and I learnt from it,” she stated.The contest is organized by the Abundant Life Fellowship Church located in Pointe Mitchel.– / 100
Sharing is caring! His Excellency, the President, will hold his next meetings with leaders of the Cochrane Scout Troop on Friday, February 22, 2019 and with leaders of the 4th St Alphonsus Scout Troop on Friday, March 1, 2019.The Chief Scout will receive leaders of the Penville, Roseau, Grand Bay, Portsmouth, St Joseph, and Paix Bouche Scout Troops through to March 15, 2019.His Excellency is assisted in his series of meetings by Chief Scout Commissioner Dr Mallet Marie, and Deputy Chief Scout Commissioner Mr Kenrick Lecointe. Share LocalNews PRESS RELEASE: His Excellency President Savarin A. Savarin, to hold a series of meetings with Scout Leaders by: – February 26, 2019 Share For this reason, His Excellency, the Chief Scout, has already met in his office with Scout Leaders of the Newtown/Kingshill Scout Troop on Wednesday, 6th February, 2019; the 3rd Mahaut Scout Troop on Friday, 8th February, 2019; the Castle Bruce Scout Troop on Wednesday, 13th February, 2019;, and the Kalinago Scout Troop on Friday, 15th February, 2019. Share His Excellency President Savarin A. Savarin, Chief Scout has planned a series of meetings with Scout Leaders around the island.President of Dominica and Chief Scout, His Excellency Charles A. Savarin, is continuing his drive to breathe new life into the Scouting Movement in Dominica. His Excellency has therefore decided to embark on a series of meetings with scout leaders across the island. The aim is to provide a forum for candid discussions about the needs and concerns of the troops and to articulate recommendations to develop scouting in Dominica.His Excellency the President understands the importance of institutions such as scouting; to the development of the youth and its role in nurturing well-rounded individuals who will make valuable contributions to society. The Chief Scout hopes to reignite the spirit of scouting that was started in Dominica in 1929 by Canon Barrett, J.O Aird and others. Tweet 356 Views no discussions
Oregon’s dairy industry seems to be bucking a trend that plagues other agricultural sectors nationwide.While the average age of farmers in general is going up, there appears to be an influx of young dairy operators in Oregon that is slowing down the graying of the state’s dairy farmers overall.advertisementadvertisementThe enthusiasm of youth is helping the industry keep up with the times, both economically and environmentally. While current statistics are hard to come by, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence suggesting that Oregon dairy’s demographics are changing.”I believe there is a much larger percentage of young people getting into the dairy industry in Oregon compared to other states,” says Jim Krahn of the Oregon Dairy Farmers Association (ODFA).”At our latest convention, we had dairy farmers from Washington and Idaho in attendance and they commented on how they couldn’t believe the high number of young people attending.”The Oregon Department of Agriculture has noticed as well. ODA’s Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) Program hosted a manure management field day in late April for CAFO permit holders and operators.advertisementThe field day focused on calibrating different types of manure application equipment, measuring and recording manure nutrient content, and implementing various cultural practices that help make manure management successful.”For our staff, one of the most gratifying parts of the field day was the participation by the next generation of operators,” says Wym Matthews, ODA’s CAFO Program manager.”We had 16 operators under the age of 30. It is very important to note that the younger generation took the time to attend this activity. We were impressed by their interest level and questions.”Certainly, some of the younger attendees were strongly encouraged to attend the field day by their fathers – the primary dairy operator. But others took their own initiative to be there and learn more about successful manure management.”We all know the future of successful agricultural operations depends on cultivating the next generation of farmers,” says Matthews.”If Oregon’s future CAFO operators are like this group of young individuals, Oregon’s CAFO agriculture operations will be in very capable hands.”advertisementDairy farming in Oregon has survived as well as any state for a couple of reasons.First, the growth in organic dairying, while not unique to Oregon, has provided a market for a value-added product. Secondly, the Tillamook area continues to provide the opportunity for farmers to graze their dairy cattle – something that’s not always an option in other states.Younger dairy farmers are coming into the business from different directions.”Dairy farming is what I’ve always known, ” says Matt Perrin of Perrin Family Dairy in Woodburn.”It’s part of who I am. In a way, I’ve always known it is something I would do. But I also didn’t want to see all of my dad’s hard work just disappear. Dad said he would love it if I continued the farm, but only if I wanted to.”Perrin’s education included a degree in general agriculture from Oregon State University. He’s also attended numerous conferences and trainings, including the ODA field day. But it was the life-long job training gained by working alongside his father that has most given him the skills to be successful.Perrin has been a very active leader as well. He currently is a board member of the Oregon Dairy Farmers Association.Pete Mahaffy is just as active and interested in Oregon’s dairy industry, but it wasn’t always that way. He and his wife Kelly currently run a 200-acre dairy near Coos Bay.”I grew up on my family’s farm, but I had no interest in returning when I left for OSU,” says Mahaffy, who received a general agriculture degree but minored in horticulture.”The one moment that changed my direction was a guest lecture on intensive rotational grazing. It seemed like a perfect theory for the river valley that the farm was located on east of Coos Bay. That led me to work for an organic dairy farmer following graduation, where I could learn my craft prior to returning home.”Mahaffy’s parents did not encourage him to return home because they knew dairying was a hard life. Still, he made the decision to be part of the next generation of dairy farmers in Oregon.”The attitude of the dairy operators has changed significantly in the last nine years since I returned home,” says Mahaffy. “Some thought organic was just a flash in the pan moment, but the industry has matured to the point that there is confidence in its long term stability.”Both Perrin and Mahaffy agree that the younger generation of Oregon dairy farmers has a high interest in best management practices and good stewardship. That doesn’t mean their parents do not share that interest. But with additional education and better technology, the new wave of operators may have an advantage.”These young people are concerned about the product they are producing, the way their animals are handled, and environmental stewardship” says ODFA’s Krahn. “They realize that dairy farming today is not just milking cows. It’s a well-rounded approach that includes taking care of the animals, the land, and the water.”Young dairy farmers are also being molded into leaders.ODFA offers a dairy leadership program to help engage the next generation. The program provides media training, meetings with legislators, and opportunities to attend industry meetings. It’s all part of giving young dairy farmers as many tools as possible to succeed in today’s fast-changing world of agriculture.”The whole process we’ve set up helps make these young dairy farmers feel welcome and they are encouraged to be involved,” says Krahn.For the Oregon consumer, it’s good to know there is a new wave of dairy farmers arriving on the scene. PD—From Oregon Department of Agriculture news release
Lam mengatakan, suatu hari dirinya harus membantu pengemudi bus memanggil polisi karena bus tersebut tidak bisa berhenti di halte untuk menaikkan dan menurunkan penumpang akibat terhalang kendaraan lain di depannya. Tak hanya itu, setelah mereka sampai, polisi tersebut membantu penyandang cacat untuk naik ke bus, namun tidak menegur pengemudi kendaraan yang memarkir kendaraanya secara sembarangan tersebut.Sejak Senin lalu (20/2), federasi meminta para pengemudi bus hanya akan menaikkan dan menurunkan penumpang benar-benar di halte untuk melindungi serikat mereka. Memang, nantinya hal ini akan membuat para penumpang terlambat untuk menaiki bus. Namun, mereka meminta agar para penumpang mau memahami dan mengerti kondisi mereka yang saat ini harus benar-benar menaati peraturan.Juru bicara New World Pertama Bus dan citybus bersama Federasi akan bekerja sama dengan Dinas Perhubungan dan Polisi untuk menemukan cara dalam mengatasi hal ini. Seorang legislator bernama Cheng Chung-tai mengunggah foto yang memperlihatkan antrian bus yang panjang di Hung Hom Palang Harbour Tunnel Toll Plaza sekitar pukul 09.00 waktu Hong Kong pada Senin lalu di akun Facebook-nya. Dari foto tersebut terlihat tiga dari empat jalur yang ada dipenuhi bus yang sedang menunggu dan membuat kemacetan lalu lintas.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Belum lama ini, Konfederasi Serikat Pekerja Hong Kong mengeluarkan pernyataaan keberatan pada hari Minggu lalu (19/2), setelah tiga pegendara bus mendapat surat tilang atau tiket pelanggaran karena berhenti di luar Jardine House atau bukan di zona pemberhentian bus. Dilansir dari ejinsight.com, awal masalahnya dikarenakan para supir bus tidak bisa menurunkan penumpang di area halte bus.Hal ini dikarenakan banyak taksi hingga truk kargo yang memarkir di area halte. Sehingga terjadi kemacetan dan penumpang tidak bisa tepat turun di halte bus. Adanya insiden penilangan ini, membuat para pengemudi yang ditilang memposting pesan mereka ke grup WhatsApp dan di tanggapi pengemudi lain yang mengecam para polisi atas tindakan ini.Ketua Federasi Lam Kam Oui mengatakan, para pengemudi bus ini tidak bisa disalahkan sepenuhnya karena tidak bisa menghenetikan busnya tepat di zona halte bus. Dia menambahkan, adanya hal ini seperti seolah-olah polisi hanya tutup mata atas pelanggaran lalu lintas yang dilakukan taksi dan truk kargo tersebut.
Man of the match: Ryan Edwards In a game of fine margins, Ryan Edwards came up with two big moments for Pat Lam’s side. A first-half break – after neat work from Callum Sheedy – took Bears within striking distance of the Gloucester line, before Haining charged over from close range.And Edwards was at it again late on, intercepting inside the Bristol 22 and charging 80 metres downfield.He was hauled down just short, but from the resulting phases, Hinkley was sin-binned and Heenan crashed over to seal the win. Photo of the match: Ryan Edwards’ interception and 80-metre charge downfield saw the wing hauled down just yards short, but from the resulting phase, Aaron Hinkley was sin-binned for slowing the ball down.But Bristol weren’t to be denied a second time, with Heenan’s dribble and finish from number eight all but sealing the deal for the home side in the closing stages.There was still time for a late Gloucester consolation, via the TMO, as referee Adam Leal awarded a penalty try and sin-binned Ryan Edwards for a professional foul on Henry Purdy in the right-hand corner.The final whistle followed immediately after, as Bristol Bears got back on track with a hard-fought victory over their West Country rivals. The teams: Bristol Bears: Morahan; Pincus (C Piutau 60), O’Conor, Bedlow (Eden 65), Edwards; Sheedy (c), Uren (Randall 64); Cosgrove (Woolmore 64), Lindsay (Malton 40), N Thomas (Thiede 48), Hawkins (Muldowney 48), Jeffries, Dun, D Thomas, Haining (Heenan 60). Replacements: Malton, Woolmore, Thiede, Muldowney, Heenan, Randall, Eden, C Piutau.Gloucester: Hudson, Thorley, Trinder, Seabrook, Purdy, Williams, Vellacott (c); Traynor, Mullis, Knight; Craig; Grobler; Terry, Hinkley, Evans. Replacements: Gleave, Adkins, Denman; Allen, Kriel, Chapman, Coetzer, Reeves. Key moment: It was a victory owed largely to the dominance of the Bristol pack, with all three tries coming as a result of an impressive home set-piece.Both Nick Haining and Jake Heenan benefitted from the hosts’ dominance at scrum time to touch down from the base, either side of a Dan Thomas’ 68th-minute score, as the flanker got the final touch on a powerful Bears maul.Gloucester – who weren’t helped by yellow cards to Kyle Traynor and Aaron Hinkley – had only a pair of Owen Williams’ penalties to show for their efforts right up until the final play, when Ryan Edwards became the third player to see yellow and referee Adam Leal awarded a consolation penalty try before blowing the final whistle. What happened? This was very much a slow burner, and in front of nearly 10,000 supporters at Ashton Gate, it took until the half-hour mark for the opening score. After a series of penalties inside the Gloucester red-zone, Nick Haining was sharp off the base to power over from close range.Kyle Traynor was sent to the sin-bin for persistent infringement at the scrum shortly after, but Bristol were unable to make their numerical advantage pay as the first half came to a close.In fact, it was Gloucester who were next on the scoreboard, 14 men and all, as Owen Williams landed successive penalties to make it a one-point game with half an hour to play.The Gloucester fly half then saw another effort drift wide, while Sheedy followed suit from the tee with his first miss of the night.Charles Piutau and Aly Muldowney made their long-awaited returns to action as Bristol upped the ante on the hour mark – and the hosts’ forward dominance was rewarded once again, as Dan Thomas touched down at the tail of a driving maul, with Tiff Eden’s conversion opening up an eight-point lead. With the game finely poised at 7-6, Bristol Bears took a huge leap towards victory thanks to Dan Thomas’ 68th-minute score.The openside dabbed down following another dominant Bears’ set-piece, as the forward once again turned the screw on Gloucester, with Tiff Eden’s conversion giving the home side an eight-point lead heading into the closing stages. Social media post of the match: The players celebrate the win in the changing rooms (JMPUK). Nick Haining crashes over for the opening try (JMPUK).
Graham Rahal BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – For Josef Newgarden and Graham Rahal, Sunday’s IndyCar Series race was one against time.Rahal ran out of it, which allowed Newgarden to win the the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama.Newgarden had a 20-second lead when Rahal emerged from his final pit stop at Lap 70 of 90. Rahal shaved off all but 2.2 seconds with tires seven laps fresher and a sufficient amount of fuel.Newgarden, who led 46 laps, admitted to being nervous as the CFH Racing crew gave him mixed signals about his remaining fuel as the laps clicked off.Insider: Newgarden grateful for help along the way, turns focus to 500“Are good (to finish with enough fuel) or are we being safe?” he finally asked in a worried tone.Rahal led 14 laps but admitted the decision to pit the final time was his. Staying out wouldn’t have allowed him to charge.“I want to be able to drive hard, push hard the entire race versus saving fuel,” he said. “I think it worked to a certain extent.”Rahal and three others in the top seven showed the Honda bodywork kit to be improved in the season’s fourth race. He passed Ryan Hunter-Reay, Helio Castroneves and finally Scott Dixon in the closing laps to score only his third second-place finish since the middle of the 2012 season.Dixon finished third. He has stood on the top-three podium in all six IndyCar races at Barber Motorsports Park. Chevrolet won its fourth race with its fourth different driver.Graham Rahal on his growing racing family Hamilton back on trackIndyCar has its Indianapolis 500 test Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but not everyone will be there. Townsend Bell is one of them.Bell will be at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Northern California for the Tudor United SportsCar Championship race. Driving in his place will be former driver Davey Hamilton, an 11-time 500 starter who retired before this car model was introduced for the 2012 season.Hamilton’s last race was the cancelled event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2011.“It’s a race car, man,” he said, laughing.Hamilton, a partner in the Dreyer & Reinbold/Kingdom Racing program, said it was important to not miss the opportunity to test Chevrolet’s new bodywork kit.Hamilton, 52, admits he doesn’t know what he’s capable of now as a driver, but he won’t push the car beyond his limit.“I think I can give 100 percent of what we’re looking for,” he said. “I’m not going to do any qualifying runs or anything crazy like that.” Honda working on extensionHonda’s struggle against Chevrolet’s new bodywork kits is not deterring Honda from its IndyCar commitment, a senior official said Sunday.Honda is working on an extension that will keep it in open-wheel racing beyond this season, said Steve Eriksen, chief operating officer of Honda Performance Development.Honda: On ‘positive path’ to IndyCar extension“We are moving along on a very positive path towards extending our relationship with IndyCar,” Eriksen said. “We’re going through the final legal steps in that process to get that done.“When you ask what are the realistic chances that we’ll extend, I’ll say it’s very high.” Pigot sweeps Indy LightsSpencer Pigot of Schmidt Peterson Motorsports completed the Indy Lights weekend sweep with his second win Sunday. Cape Motorsports drivers Neil Aberico (Pro Mazda) and Nico Jamin (USF2000) won their respective races.Follow Star reporter Curt Cavin on Twitter: @curtcavin.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) –COMBINED Campuses and Colleges Marooners took a giant step towards qualifying for the semifinals of the Regional Super50 when they defeated Barbados Pride by 125 runs in their crucial Group B clash at Kensington Oval on Thursday.Both sides entered the contest tied for second on 15 points behind runaway leaders Jamaica Scorpions, with Pride having played one more game than Marooners.The result means victory in any of the Marooners two remaining matches will secure them a place in the semis.The Marooners used a strong top-order performance, where three of the first four batsmen scored half-centuries, to post a challenging 259 for seven off their 50 overs.Captain Carlos Brathwaite and Khesan Ottley then grabbed three wickets apiece to help rout Pride for 134 in 35.1 overs and set up a comfortable win.Marooners openers Kyle Corbin and Kjorn Ottley gave their side a promising start in a partnership which yielded 74 runs from 11 overs.Corbin was eventually bowled by left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for 18, bringing Amir Jangoo to the crease.Soon after reaching his half-century, Ottley was clean-bowled by medium pacer Kevin Stoute for 57 to leave the score 94 for two. He struck five boundaries and three fours during his 67-ball knock.His dismissal brought no relief to Pride’s bowlers, as Jangoo teamed up with Jonathan Drakes in a third-wicket partnership of 104 from 21 overs.Shamar Springer’s introduction resulted in the prized wicket of Jangoo for 62, his innings lasting 76 balls with three fours and two sixes and Marooners 199 for three.Even during a brief middle-order slump which saw Marooners lose four wickets for 27 runs, Drakes’ responsible knock of 70 from 98 balls got them up to their eventual total, before he was dismissed in the final over.Springer was Pride’s best bowler snaring three wickets for 48 runs while Stoute took two wickets for 40 runs.Pride’s run chase never materialised, as the struggles at the top of the order continued.Neither of the two openers Shane Moseley or Kevin Stoute made it into double figures and only one batsman made more than 25 – Jonathan Carter’s 26 being the top score.The fact that Pride’s highest partnership was 30 between captain Shamarh Brooks (20) and Carter highlighted those struggles.And Ottley made sure to capitalise, claiming the wickets of Brooks, Tevyn Walcott and Carter in succession to leave them 68 for five.Brathwaite then introduced himself into the attack at the death to bring an end to the contest by dismissing Dominic Drakes, Sulieman Benn and Miguel Cummins, with Pride still well short of their target.
DEFENDING Champions Guyana Defence Force (GDF) will kick off their Guyana Football Federation (GFF) STAG Beer ‘Super 16’ Year-End tournament campaign against the Essequibo Football Association (EFA) select side today at 20:00hrs, when the event officially opens at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground.After a march past of the participating teams, Buxton United will take on Bartica’s River’s View from 18:00hrs.First-timers River’s View said they see this as an opportunity to showcase the talent of the young players in their squad, according to head coach Kenneth Edward.Edward pointed out that the tournament is “a great way to showcase our talent and we are optimistic of progressing past the first round. We have been preparing for about a month now. Our team consists of a number of youth players and one of the players to watch is Handel Norton, who had been a player for the U-17 and U-20 national teams some years ago.”Buxton United have other plans as their intention is to remain competitive and progress to the final. The club’s head coach Herbert McPherson noted, “We have been actively training for the past month and we believe in ourselves to give a good representation throughout the tournament.“This is a knockout tournament so the players have this in mind as they face River’s View. While this team is a first-timer, no team must be taken lightly and I know the team will come prepared for a good game.”Meanwhile, the feature match promises to be keenly contested, as the GDF FC come up against another first-timer, Essequibo Coast/Pomeroon Football Association Select Team.“There is a lot of talent available in the Essequibo /Pomeroon FA where football is the dominant sport. We have selected a competitive team and look to not only give a spirited display but also provide a ground for more exposure for our players to a high-quality team such as the GDF FC.Win or lose tomorrow, we hope to win in the long-term,” according to Essequibo Coast/Pomeroon FA’s Technical Director, Travis Bowen.The tournament winners will walk away with $2M, a trophy and equipment. The second-placed team will receive $1M, trophy and equipment, and third place will get $500 000 trophy and equipment while the fourth-placed team will collect a trophy and equipment.The tournament will conclude with the grand final on January 1 at a venue to be announced. Admission to all matches is as follows: $500 (to end of the quarterfinals stage), $1 000 (semi- finals) and $1 500 for the final.
1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip The Twins beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 Tuesday night at Target Field. Minnesota is now 3-1 on the season and a half-game behind Cleveland (4-1) in the standings.The Twins got the bats going early against St. Louis starter Carlos Martinez. Jorge Polanco’s two-run home run capped a five-run second inning, and Josh Donaldson’s first home run as a member of the Twins came just one inning later.Homer Bailey pitched five effective innings to earn the win, allowing just two runs on four hits while striking out four. 1080p HD The Twins will host the Cardinals again Wednesday night in Minneapolis. First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. on AM 1240/FM 95.3 WJON.The Minnesota Twins in the Shortened 2020 SeasonDave OverlundTwins PanoramaGet to know your Minnesota Twins for the 2020 season.Getty ImagesJorge PolancoJorge Polanco is expected to be the starting shortstop for the Twins in 2020. He will likey be their #2 hitter.Getty ImagesJosh DonaldsonJosh Donaldson was the big free agent acquisition of the Twins this offseason. He’s expected to add some home runs to the bomba squad.Getty ImagesJosh DonaldsonDonaldson takes batting practice in the cage.Getty ImagesKenta MaedaKenta Maeda came to the Twins in a trade with the Dodgers for hard throwing prospect Brusdar Graterol. Maeda should begin the season in the Twins’ rotation.Getty ImagesNelson CruzNelson Cruz is shagging some ground balls here. He didn’t play in the field last season and isn’t expected to do that this season either. The 40-year old will be the Twins’ full-time DH.Getty ImagesRocco BaldelliManager Rocco Baldelli enters his 2nd season as the Twins’ manager with high hopes for a return trip to the playoffs.Getty ImagesSummer WorkoutsThe Twins are stretching on an overcast day at Target Field.Getty ImagesTwins Working OutMarwin Gonzalez and Nelson Cruz are stretching before practice. Gonzalez is expected to see time all over the diamond again this season including the outfield 3rd base and first base.Getty ImagesWes Johnson and Jose BerriosJose Berrios will be the opening day starter on the mound for Twins. He is the staff ace and is coming off a solid 2019 season. 360p 720p HD Auto (360p) About Connatix V56490 About Connatix V56490
Alejandro Faurlin has signed a new one-year deal at QPR. The popular midfielder was sidelined last November by his second cruciate knee ligament injury in less than two years.But Rangers’ board were keen for Faurlin, 27, to be retained when his contract at Loftus Road expired this summer.AdChoices广告An offer has also been made to out-of-contract goalkeeper Rob Green, while skipper Clint Hill recently signed a one-year deal.Argentine Faurlin, who was signed from Instituto in 2009, is QPR’s longest-serving player. See also:Rangers table bid for Forest’s LascellesZamora rejects contract offer from QPR Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook