Josh Hill carded a five-under par 67 to climb 22 places up the leaderboard on the second day of the European Young Masters at Kunĕtická Golf & Spa in the Czech Republic.The 15-year-old Dubai-based player goes into the final round tied in eleventh place on four-under par 140 ten shots adrift of Norway’s Michael Alexander Mjaaseth who leads the field by two shots on 14-under par 130 after adding a 66 to his opening round of 64.Jack Bigham from Harpenden carded a second successive one under par 71 to sit in a share of 21st place on 142.The leading GB & I player in the boys’ competition is Ireland’s Joshua Hill who carded rounds of 70 and 69 to claim a share of eighth place on the leaderboard on 139 just a week after winning the English Boys’ Under 16 Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship (McGregor Trophy) at Radcliffe-on-Trent.Lottie Woad remains in contention for a medal in the girls’ event being played at the same venue.The 15-year-old from Farnham added a 71 to her opening 6 and is currently tied-sixth alongside Italy’s Charlotte Cattaneo and Antonia Zacharovska from the Czech Republic on four-under par 140. The leader is Germany’s Paula Schulz-Hanssen who is a single shot ahead of France’s Lilas Pinthier after firing opening rounds of 69 and 67.England’s other representative Patience Rhodes from Burnham & Berrow is in 42nd place on 155 after recording two rounds of 77.View leaderboardPhoto credit: Luboš Klikar, European Golf Association Tags: EGA, European young Masters, Jack Bigham, Josh Hill, Lottie Woad, Patience Rhodes 26 Jul 2019 Josh Hill climbs leaderboard in second day at European Young Masters
Image Courtesy: Getty ImagesAdvertisement 7gaaNBA Finals | Brooklyn VslWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E81upk( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) t0Would you ever consider trying this?😱17ivCan your students do this? 🌚3wzRoller skating! Powered by Firework Since sacking José Mourinho back in December 2018, Manchester United’s performance in the domestic and European competitions hasn’t really been mind blowing with club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjær on the helm. Recently, the executive vice chairman of the club, Ed Woodward, has come forward with his opinion, stating that with proper time, the Red Devils will taste success once again.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty ImagesFrom finishing 6th in last season of the Premier League and missing out this year Champions League tournament, to the shameful defeat against West Ham, but Woodward believes that with given time, the Norwegian gaffer will turn things around.“We and our growing fan base demand success. Success means winning trophies. That target and that standard has never changed for Manchester United . The progress we have made on the business side underpins the continued investment in the football side.” The 47 year old’s optimism for the future was noticed, in a recent interview.Advertisement The annual financial revenue at Old Trafford has reached a monumental record of £627.1 million in the last financial year ending in June, which is bound to drop following the expensive transfers and contract renewals at the club.“Much of the progress made around that investment, in the academy, the recruitment department and the training ground facilities, is behind the scenes and therefore isn’t immediately apparent to those on the outside looking in.” Woodward added.Advertisement United are currently in the 8th position in the league table, trailing behind leaders Liverpool by 10 points. Advertisement
Video editors and compositors will geek out on this impressive visual effects breakdown for the blockbuster film The Wolf of Wall Street.If you’re anything like us, you’re a sucker for visual effects breakdowns. It’s always interesting to see how they pull off ‘movie magic’…and this recent breakdown for Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street doesn’t disappoint.In the VFX breakdown video below, NYC’s Brainstorm Digital shows off the work they did on the film. It’s not a film touted for it’s special effects, so you may be surprised to see some of the detailed compositing work that went into it. Be sure to stick around for the last shot – a jailhouse scene that was completely built in post.At 3:00 minutes, this VFX breakdown is a worthwhile watch for anyone interested in filmmaking or special effects.Have you seen any other good VFX breakdowns?What did you think of Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street?Share your thoughts in the comments below!
Been wondering lately what you’re meant to do when you realise your coaching accreditation has reached the expiry date or is soon to expire? The ATA has updated the criteria and forms used for renewing your coaching accreditations (level 1, level 2 and level 3). These can be accessed by the links provided or through the My ClubTouch site. Use the Touch Coach link and then enter Coach Information, then Level 1 or Level 2 Update. LEVEL 1 COACH UPDATE LEVEL 2 COACH UPDATE LEVEL 3 COACH UPDATE In the top left hand corner of each page you will see a ‘download file’. This is the file you will need to download, print, fill in and return to your State office and ATA. All coaches will also need to sign and return the Code of Ethics form to the ATA with payment of $16.20, this can also be found on the My ClubTouch site or by using this link. CODE OF ETHICS FORM Payment can be made by cheque or money order, as well as by credit card. Simply ring Dave McMurray at the ATA office on (02) 6285 2703 to pay by credit card over the phone. These links will provide you with information on the re-accreditation procedure, as well as forms to download, print, fill in and return to the ATA office. Feel free to contact ATA if you have any queries about this process. By Rachel Moyle, [email protected]
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Hazard insists Chelsea still in the title raceby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea ace Eden Hazard insists they’re still in the title race.Hazard struck in victory at Brighton yesterday.He said, “I like scoring, but it’s not important to me, the most important thing is winning the games. “That’s why I’m on the field, we knew before the match that we had to score a third goal, when you’re 3-0 it’s harder for the teams to come back, but we did not concede the goal and the pressure came up. “We managed the game well. We want to be at the top of the standings at the end of the season, we know that Man City and Liverpool are good teams but we do not want the gap to be big.”
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Celtic midfielder James Forrest being watched by Liverpoolby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCeltic midfielder James Forrest is being watched by Liverpool.The Scottish Sun says Liverpool are interested in signing Celtic midfielder Forrest.It’s reported that Jurgen Klopp has been keeping tabs on the winger for a number of months.Forrest has impressed for the Bhoys this term, scoring 17 times.The 27-year-old has a deal at Parkhead until 2022, but could be available for around £8million.
SNAPPED! Arsenal ace Aubameyang happy winding up Spurs fansby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang enjoyed joining fans winding up Tottenham after their Carabao Cup shock at Colchester United.Following Spurs’ elimination, Arsenal fans took to social media to make fun of their rivals’ misfortune.One supporter messaged Aubameyang on Instagram and tried to see if the Gunners’ star striker would be interested in joining the bandwagon.The fan posted: “Like if you’re laughing at Spurs.”The Gabon international didn’t disappoint the Arsenal faithful as he liked the message and appeared to be enjoying Tottenham’s woeful loss.Aubameyang hates Spurs. My captain. pic.twitter.com/KZ5cA3eCj1— TheUnaiView (@TheUnaiView) September 25, 2019 About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
zoom Rickmers Trust Management, the trustee-manager of the container ship owner and operator Rickmers Maritime, has presented a revised restructuring plan in relation to the SGD 100 million (USD 74 million) 8.45% notes due 2017 after taking feedback from its informal meeting with noteholders on 15 September 2016. Soeren Andersen, the Chief Executive Officer of Rickmers Trust Management, said that one of the key suggestions raised at the informal meeting was for a more substantial debt to equity swap, which requires unitholders’ approval at an extraordinary general meeting.”We can’t be sure that unitholders will approve the dilution, but we will try. In the essence of time, we will run both processes to seek unitholders’ and noteholders’ consents in parallel,” Andersen said.Rickmers Trust Management intends to seek the approval of noteholders via a consent solicitation exercise to amend the notes, with a partial redemption of SGD 60 million of the principal in exchange for 60% of the enlarged units of the trust, such that the outstanding principal amount under the notes is reduced to an aggregate of SGD 40 million repayable in November 2023.It is also proposed that some 1.32 billion new units are to be issued, representing 150% of the current number of units outstanding of the trust.“The proposal that we are presenting is equitable. If accepted, it would make way for a new facility of about US$260.2 million, and extends the maturities of a large part of the Trust’s secured bank debts to the first quarter of 2021 and includes, amongst other terms, a generally back-ended amortisation schedule. This would give the Trust more time to weather the depressed market, and underpins its solvency,” said Andersen.In support of the proposed restructuring, Rickmers Holding AG, the sponsor of Rickmers Maritime holding 34.2% of the units in the trust, has indicated that they will be providing an undertaking to the trustee-manager to vote in favour of the resolution to issue 1.32 billion new units as a partial redemption of the notes.Tomas Norton de Matos, Chief Financial Officer of RTM, said: “We urge all unitholders and noteholders to very carefully consider the proposals. If not executed within a short period of time, industry conditions and the Trust’s liquidity position may preclude a consensual solution by all of us. On the other hand, a successful restructuring would result in the provision of the New Facility to Rickmers Maritime, providing the Trust with a longer runway to survive the industry downturn and turnaround the business.”Rickmers Maritime recorded a net loss of USD 55.6 million in the second quarter of this year, compared to a loss of USD 15.7 million in the same period last year, a change of 255%.The company’s charter revenue during the period fell to USD 18 million from USD 28.5 million seen in the second quarter of 2015, mostly due to reduced charter rates and a lower vessel utilization rate amid a worsened charter market.
New York: Grigor Dimitrov rallied for a shocking upset of 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer at the US Open, the lowest-ranked New York semi-finalist in 28 years advancing to face Daniil Medvedev. The 78th-ranked Bulgarian, who had dropped all seven prior meetings with Federer, on Tuesday made a dramatic fightback to defeat the Swiss third seed 3-6 6-4 3-6 6-4 6-2 at Arthur Ashe Stadium and will face Russian fifth seed Medvedev in Friday’s semis. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh”I’m just happy,” Dimitrov said. “The only thing I was telling myself was to stay in the match. Physically I was feeling pretty good. I was hitting some shots against him that were hard to hit.” Dimitrov reached his first US Open semi-final to match the deepest Slam runs of his career from Wimbledon in 2014 and the 2017 Australian Open. Not since 174th-ranked Jimmy Connors reached the 1991 quarter-finals had New York seen so lowly a figure on the ATP ratings list reach the last four. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterDimitrov is also the lowest-ranked Slam semi-finalist since 94th-rated Rainer Schuettler of Germany at Wimbledon in 2008. Federer, a five-time US Open champion who has not won at Flushing Meadows since 2008, breezed through the first set in 29 minutes and appeared to have withstood the danger until Dimitrov opened the fourth set with a break. Federer was denied on five break points in the 10th game of the fourth set and Dimitrov held to force a fifth set. “I was trying to stay in that game and make him stay on the court as much as possible. After that he started slowing down a little bit,” Dimitrov said. “It’s a best of five sets. Anything can happen.” Federer went off the court for a private medical timeout to treat his upper back near his neck. “This is Grigor’s moment, not my body’s moment,” Federer said. Dimitrov broke Federer twice on the way to a 4-0 lead in the final set and the 38-year-old Swiss star had no effective reply, foiled by 61 unforced errors in falling after three hours and 12 minutes. “It’s OK. It’s how it goes,” Federer said. “I tried my best. I fought with what I had and that’s it.” Federer would have become the oldest Slam semi-finalist since Jimmy Connors at age 39 at the 1991 US Open. Medvedev defeated three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka 7-6 (8/6) 6-3 3-6 6-1 to reach his first major semi-final, shaking off a sore left quadriceps that made him contemplate quitting the match. Now he gets two days of rest. “That’s huge advantage regarding what happened to my leg,” Medvedev said. “It should be OK.” Medvedev took a medical timeout, had the area taped and took a painkiller. “In the fourth set, I started feeling the painkiller and started moving better,” he said. “For sure I hope to be ready for the semis.” Medvedev has maintained momentum from a sizzling August in which he reached three ATP finals, winning a title at Cincinnati and finishing runner-up in Montreal and Washington. Medvedev, 23, is the youngest US Open semi-finalist since Novak Djokovic in 2010 and Russia’s first Slam semi-finalist since Mikhail Youzhny at the 2010 US Open. Dimitrov and Medvedev have split two prior matches, Dimitrov winning at Queen’s in 2017 and Medvedev avenging the loss a few weeks later in Washington. “He has been having a tremendous summer,” Dimitrov said of Medvedev. “I know his game. I’m just going to try and recover and reassess the match first and prepare from then on for Daniil. He’s a tough player. He’s tricky.” Wawrinka, foiled in a bid for his second US Open title in four seasons, said he did not think Medvedev would be holding the trophy on Sunday. “He can, but I don’t think he will. I think it’s going to be really difficult,” Wawrinka said. “Because he looks to start to be tired, and he has to beat some more tougher player in the semi-final and then in the final.” In Wednesday’s quarter-finals, Spanish second seed Rafael Nadal, an 18-time Grand Slam champion, faces Argentine 20th seed Diego Schwartzman and French 13th seed Gael Monfils plays Italian 24th seed Matteo Berrettini.
Shirley McLeanAPTN NewsHand games have been making a resurgence across the North with young and old playing side-by-side.But for one Yukon Elder the sport has never gone out of style.Amos Dick, also known as ‘Famous Amos,’ has been rocking – and winning – the game since 1942.APTN’s Shirley McLean dropped by the 30th annual Yukon hand game tournament to learn why this senior keeps playing to the beat of the [email protected]