Van Dyke scored her second of the game in the 62nd minute to make the score 28-7. Francesca Griffin added another try in the last minute of the game, sealing an impressive second half performance from the Blues. After the break, Lauren Van Dyke extended the lead for the Blues, in what would be the first of five Toronto tries in the second half. Dako then stole the show with two sensational runs to score her second and third tries of the game, putting the match well out of Waterloo’s reach. Story Links UP NEXT: The Blues will take on the Laurier Golden Hawks in OUA consolation quarter-final action next Saturday, October 5 at 7 p.m. at Varsity Stadium. For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit www.varsityblues.ca. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics. HOW IT HAPPENED: Nicole Butkovic scored the opening try of the game, as the Blues raced into an early lead. Waterloo then leveled the score in the 18th minute, before Khadi Dako put the Blues back in front 10 minutes later. The University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s rugby team recorded their first home win of the season as they beat the Waterloo Warriors 45-7 on Sunday, September 29. Print Friendly Version
Queens Park Rangers and France forward Loic Remy 1 Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has remained tight-lipped over reports the Reds are close to signing France international Loic Remy.An £8.5million deal for the Queens Park Rangers forward is thought to be virtually completed, with the 27-year-old pictured arriving at the club’s American pre-season training camp on Tuesday in preparation for his medical.But when quizzed on a possible move for Remy, Rodgers refused to disclose any information about the Frenchman, as well as any of the side’s remaining summer transfer targets.The Merseyside outfit have also been linked with approaches for Atletico Madrid right-back Javier Manquillo, Bayern Munich winger Xherdan Shaqiri and Southampton defender Dejan Lovren.“Until they are signed and agreed to come in I will only talk about them then,” the Reds boss told a press conference ahead of Liverpool’s clash with Roma at Fenway Park, home of Major League Baseball’s Boston Red Sox, on Wednesday.“I shall not talk about speculation on any player until they have signed.”The Northern Irishman was, however, more vocal about a player who has recently left Anfield – Luis Suarez.The forward signed for Barcelona in a £75million move following the World Cup, where he was guilty of another biting storm.But when asked whether he or Liverpool felt let down by the Uruguay striker after they stood by him over the last two years, Rodgers said: “No, not at all. Luis, in my two years at the club, has been sensational in his game.“Of course there’s been issues which is well documented but it’s in the past. He was a brilliant player for us, for me I’ll always see him as a good man and a good friend.“He gave everything to Liverpool and he left Liverpool after his time as a world-class talent. It’s obviously a shame he is not here but Liverpool is a club that is bigger than any individual.“He’s a fantastic player but we will move forward and there’s real excitement going into this season.“We’ve qualified for the Champions League, we went close in the title. I’m really excited by the player’s we’ve brought in – young players with great profile who play how we want to play and that will allow us to go on and hopefully continue to progress.”
Bolo Zenden joined the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast ahead of Chelsea’s Champions League last 16 clash with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night.He reckons Jose Mourinho’s side were “really lucky” to escape with a 1-1 draw from the first leg in Paris, but he expects the Blues to be better tonight and to book a place in the quarter-finals.Speaking to Alan Brazil and Micky Quinn, the former Stamford Bridge ace said: “Paris played a great match [in the first leg]. They were all over Chelsea and they couldn’t cope with it. They were lucky to get away with it.“Paris had a very, very good chance to put a step in the right direction, but they didn’t take it, and I think Chelsea will go through tonight.”
When Andy Carroll pretty much ended Arsenal’s title dream at the weekend, Gooners wasted no time turning their attention to the players they think can take the club forward next season.The West Ham striker scored a hat-trick a 3-3 draw at Upton Park to leave the Gunners 13 points behind leaders Leicester, prompting calls for Arsenal to ditch a host of stars.There were differing opinions on the English players at the club, with some keen to see Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain remain, while others would prefer to see him follow the likes of Olivier Giroud, Per Mertesacker and David Ospina through the exit door.Here is a selection of tweets on the players Arsenal fans would look to see shown the Emirates Stadium exit door… 1 Some Arsenal fans have lost faith in Debuchy, Wilshere, Giroud and Oxlade-Chamberlain
“I thought the attitude and the application of the players was first-class again.“It was something we’ve done throughout the season.“We’ve had a poor result and performance the week before and then put in a strong performance to get the result the following week.” Hamilton Accies manager Martin Canning saluted his players after they secured their Premiership safety with a 1-0 win over Dundee.Canning’s side secured victory thanks to Carlton Morris’ eighth minute winner which moved them seven points above second-bottom Kilmarnock with two games left.It could have been a bit more relaxed for the Lanarkshire club had Eamonn Brophy’s 47th minute strike counted, but it was ruled out for offside.Canning said: “I’m so proud of the players. “There have been times when it’s been difficult but they’ve continued to believe in themselves and I’ve believed in them.“I’m just delighted with the end result. At the start of the season, our aim was to stay in the league.“We had a good start which I said to the players at the time was crucial to the end goal of staying up.“At that stage, people start talking about top-six and, of course, it would be great if we could do that but our main objective was to make sure we stayed in the league.
The annual Orange County Republican Party fall dinner is set for Oct. 3 at the Paoli High School cafeteria.The event will begin at 6:15 p.m. when carryout meals will be available, with dinner at 7 p.m. The program will follow.Tickets for the event are available from Republican precinct committeemen, vice committeemen, candidates and elected officials. The ticket cost is $15. The keynote speaker will be Trey Hollingsworth, 9th District candidate for Congress.Other officials and candidates or their representatives expected to attend are U.S. Senate candidate Todd Young, Indiana gubernatorial candidate Eric Holcomb, Attorney General candidate Curtis Hill, Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Dr. Jennifer McCormick, State Sen. Erin Houchin, Indiana House District 73 Rep. Steve Davisson and Indiana House District 74 Rep. Lloyd Arnold.Local county election candidates will be in attendance to greet those present.
Officers seized approximately 150 grams of marijuana from three different vehicles, issued 42 traffic tickets, 94 warnings and arrested eight individuals for various criminal offenses.Officers also discovered a stolen handgun during one traffic stop.Officers arrested and transported seven individuals to the Knox County Jail and a 17-year-old male juvenile was taken to Southwest Regional Youth Village in Vincennes.Arrested and Charges:Lawrence J. R. Pennington, 23, Evansville, INResisting Law EnforcementPossession of Marijuana John H. Kelley, 19, Indianapolis, INPossession of MarijuanaPossession of ParaphernaliaMaintaining a Common Nuisance Jalen M. Traub, 19, Indianapolis, INDealing MarijuanaVisiting a Common Nuisance Jalen A. Ford, 19, Indianapolis, INDealing MarijuanaVisiting a Common Nuisance Marquese A. Bell, 21, Vincennes, NPossession of a Stolen HandgunPossession of Marijuana Jai Rese K.L. Simpson, 21, Muncie, INPossession of a Stolen HandgunPossession of Marijuana Charles E. Jefferson Sr., 21, Muncie, INPossession of a Stolen HandgunPossession of Marijuana 17-year-old Juvenile, IndianapolisDealing MarijuanaVisiting a Common Nuisance Saturation Patrol Nets Marijuana and Stolen Handgun, Eight People ArrestedSeven adults and one juvenile was arrested after a series of traffic stops Sunday afternoon in Knox County. Between 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., Indiana State Police, Knox County Sheriff’s Office and Vincennes Police teamed up and conducted a saturation patrol targeting dangerous drivers on U.S. 41 north of Vincennes.
Inmates booked into the Jail within the last 24 hours. Booking Date:03-02-2018 – 6:42 pm Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt Booking Date:03-03-2018 – 3:21 am View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Cook, James A Charges:35-43-4-2 A Theft Booking #:97675 Bowling, Donovan M Charges:35-48-4-11.5 Poss Synthetic Look Alike Sub.7.1-5-1-3 Public Intoxication Release Date:03-02-2018 – 10:53 am Booking Date:02-28-2018 – 6:08 am Bond:$355 Glover, Amanda R Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt35-44-3-5 Escape35-48-4-6.1 Poss of Meth View Profile >>> Bond:$355 Bond:No Bond Gibson, Stephen W Booking #:98767 Misamore, Carl E Release Date:03-02-2018 – 10:08 am Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Bond:No Bond Charges:35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear Booking Date:03-02-2018 – 10:42 am View Profile >>> Ledford, Bobby E Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> York, Remy E Bond:No Bond Booking Date:03-02-2018 – 3:23 pm Charges:35-45-2-1 Intimidation Booking #:98765 Booking #:98769 Charges:35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear View Profile >>> Booking Date:03-02-2018 – 10:23 pm Grace, William A View Profile >>> Booking Date:02-28-2018 – 7:10 am Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Reed, Daijahn A Bond:No Bond Booking #:98768 Booking #:98764 View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Booking Date:03-03-2018 – 12:22 am Booking #:98762 Booking #:98746 Booking #:98737 View Profile >>> Booking #:98719 Booking Date:09-21-2017 – 2:03 pm Booking #:98745 Release Date:03-02-2018 – 10:23 pm View Profile >>> Booking #:98770 Booking Date:03-01-2018 – 9:36 pm Lee, Timothy A Gray, Christina D Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Charges:35-43-4-2 B Stolen Property;Poss/sell/reci Release Date:03-02-2018 – 10:23 pm Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox Booking Date:02-26-2018 – 10:23 pm Bond:No Bond Release Date:03-02-2018 – 10:23 am Mesa, Carlos O Charges:35-48-4-6.1 Poss of Meth35-48-4-6 Possession Cocaine or Narcotic Booking #:98766 Charges:2 Transport Order-Adult Bond:$355 Bond:$1505 View Profile >>> Release Date:03-02-2018 – 10:38 am Rodrigo-Gomez, Juan Bond:$705 Booking Date:03-02-2018 – 6:57 pm Booking Date:02-24-2018 – 8:11 pm View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Bond:$1505
Ray Maota Four hundred and fifty female pupils from 10 schools in four of the country’s provinces will benefit from an entrepreneurship development programme sponsored by MasterCard Worldwide. (Image: MediaClubSouthAfrica.com. For more free images, visit the image library) TV presenter and poet Lebo Mashile said that learners need to be motivated as building their confidence will enable them to write their own success stories. (Image: Cheesekids) MEDIA CONTACTS • Linda McClure Junior Achievement South Africa: MD + 27 11 331 3150 RELATED ARTICLES • Putting education first • Teens take control of their moolah • Instilling a love of reading • All aboard the Youth ExpressFour hundred and fifty female pupils from 10 schools in four of the country’s provinces will benefit from an entrepreneurship development programme sponsored by MasterCard Worldwide and run by Junior Achievement South Africa (Jasa).Through JA BizVenture, the grade 11 pupils will learn skills ranging from managing their own businesses and money to life skills including conduct in business. The courses will run over the next 11 weeks until August, and will be conducted after school hours.Jasa is a non-profit organisation which partners with the business community as well as teachers to develop much-needed entrepreneurial skills for young South Africans who are still in school.The programme was launched at Orlando Stadium in Soweto on 30 May where Jasa MD Linda McClure and Zanele Twala, country director of human rights advocacy group Action Aid and a trustee of Jasa, spoke on the importance of this and similar projects. Also present was TV presenter and poet Lebo Mashile, who addressed the pupils, teachers and female business leaders who were in attendance.“This programme will equip the young women with the skills that they will need to launch their own businesses, so that they in turn can employ others,” said McClure.“A project like this will help break the cycle of unemployment faced by school leavers that threatens the future of South Africa’s youth, and will address job creation, which is one of government’s top priorities.”The schools involved in the programme are in Gauteng, the North West, KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape.Anna Jones, from MasterCard Worldwide’s South Africa office, said the country had come a long way in giving women access to education and regular employment opportunities, which are essential building blocks to further empowerment, financial independence and leadership.“This programme addresses all of these building blocks in its course content, and we look forward to welcoming these pupils into the business world when they emerge as successful entrepreneurs,” she said.What the programme entailsThe pupils each receive start-up funding to the value of R1 000 to come up with a product or service from which they can make a profit – they have to repay the funding to MasterCard once they’ve completed the course. They are also given the services of facilitators who would mentor them.Participants are required to present their product at the end of the course.“The pupils learn the theoretical aspects of entrepreneurship first before embarking on the practical side of things,” explained McClure.In addition to the sales and marketing training, they are taught how to conduct themselves in a business environment, conduct market research, open a business banking account and other aspects related to running a business.There is no strict selection for participants, and the schools involved choose the pupils they wish to put on the programme. One requirement, though, is that those who are selected be passionate about learning business skills.To incentivise the process, pupils are allowed to keep the remainder of the money they would have made, making the programme financially rewarding for them as well.“Education and skills transfer are only part of the formula needed to help young people achieve their full potential. They also need to be motivated, and they need to build the confidence to be able to write their own success stories from the start,” said Mashile.Boitumelo Chenepe took part in the programme while studying at St Anne’s High School in the North West in 2010.“The programme helped me learn about the business world and its challenges, and I also learnt how to become a successful businesswoman,” she said.“I now know that I was meant to be an entrepreneur.”Train them while they’re youngA project like this is essential as South Africa, like the rest of the world, is battling with a situation where school leavers make up a large number of the unemployed. Entrepreneurship has been highlighted as a way to get them to be self-sustainable and make work available for others in the process.According to Nimo Naidoo of the Sanlam/Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year competition, the UN estimated in 2011 that 74-million people between the ages of 15 and 24 remained unemployed worldwide, while over 6-million young people dropped out of the labour force globally.Ezra Ndwandwe of Dualpoint Holdings, a business solutions consultancy, recently addressed up-and-coming entrepreneurs at a discussion forum hosted by Brand South Africa on 12 June, and highlighted the importance of entrepreneurship.“Entrepreneurship is overused and least understood. It is about innovators and creators of solutions that fill a gap,” he said.“It is about coming up with solutions to societal problems and ways to create employment for others.”
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