A double from Stanly Olo in the first half puts Gurias in front leading 12-0 at the break.The second half grew more physical with Mioks regaining momentum with strong counter attacks and applying hard tackles forcing Gurias into ball handling errors.With 15 into the second half, Mioks half back Dicksy Anni slamed the ball over Gurias line with an amazing fly catch inside the Gurias try line landing under the center post to narrow the lead to 6-12.Gurias than sent in Joe Taputapu into the corner post to further their lead to 16-6.But that was not the end when Gurias struck back before the final whistle with another set play that saw Ezra Gotuno penetrating through the strong Mioks fence with a short ball reaching over and grounding the ball for a 22-6 margin.Gurias now will take on the Mt Hagen Eagles to find the winner that will play the minor premiers Lae Snax Tigers in the Grand final.
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The death is announced of Mr. Moses Eastman, foster son of the late Wilmot Eastman, a farmer and businessman of the Township of Crozierville, Montserrado County.This sad event occurred on Wednesday March 26, 2014, as the result of a bicycle accident on Lemon Grass Street, Crozierville. He was in his 95th year.The deceased was brought from Salala District, then in Liberia’s Central Province, now Bong County, to Crozierville at the age of 18 in 1938 by his foster father, the late Wilmot Eastman. Moses’ father, Singbe, placed him in the care of Mr. Wilmot Eastman to be educated.Young Moses started school at the Christ Episcopal Parish Day School. He later joined the Crozierville Militia, serving in the Fifth Battalion.He was baptized in 1939 in Christ Episcopal Church, Crozierville, where he and remained a lifelong member, along with his parents, Moses and Nancy Porte Eastman. Moses’ daughter Rosaline remembers her father as a very hardworking farmer, who was still strong and farming at the time of his accidental passing. Young Moses’ siblings were Mrs. Charlotte Eastman Dennis, Jerome and Samuel Eastman, who predeceased him, Mrs. Williametta Jordan, Eric and his wife Maria, Julia, Elaine and Maude Eastman. Moses’ wife Fenuyehn Eastman of Gbata Town, Crozierville, predeceased him. Four children were born to this union. He earlier had a daughter who is married in Guinea.Survivors include Isaac, Mrs. Rosaline Nathan, Mettie and the daughter in Guinea; several grand and great grandchildren, Brother Eric and his wife Maria, sisters Julia, Elaine and Maude Eastman and many other relatives of the Singbe, Eastman and Porte families. The body will be removed from the Alfred Butler Funeral Parlor at Bernard Farm at two o’clock p.m. on Friday, April 04, 2014, and taken to Christ Episcopal Church, Crozierville, for a night of wake keeping. The funeral service will take place at the same church on Saturday morning, April 5, followed by interment in the Old Churchyardof Christ Episcopal Church. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“I just want to get their attention and make sure that they’re on the same page and that we can talk about some things,” Jackson said. “I felt like there’s some distances that they were pulling away from each other in the timeouts and I just wanted to tighten it up a little bit and get more cohesive.” Jackson previously stood with a clipboard and huddled his players around him during timeouts. This month has seen Lamar Odom and Sasha Vujacic engage in a shouting match during one timeout and Brian Cook and assistant Brian Shaw do likewise. He had the No. 3 written Sunday in honor of Dennis Johnson, the former Boston Celtics great who died last week. Johnson was an assistant during Odom’s years with the Clippers and later served as the team’s interim head coach. Odom said the two talked when Johnson’s NBA Development League team played at Staples Center on Jan. 12. “He told me he loved me,” Odom said. “Count your blessings.” Also: Jackson said he allowed Vladimir Radmanovic to address his teammates informally about the snowboarding incident in which the forward suffered a separated shoulder. … Once the Lakers return from this trip, Jackson plans on contacting Scottie Pippen, who has said he wants to make a comeback at age 41. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “We were, one guy’s over here, another guy’s over there,” Evans said, adding, “It was something that we brought to (Jackson’s) attention that’s something that has to change.” Jackson has lamented his ability to communicate to his players on occasion this season. Once was in the final minute of a loss at Toronto when the Lakers unsuccessfully played the two-for-one possession game. Despite the change, one thing has stayed the same: Guard Smush Parker regularly walks away from the huddle without hearing Jackson’s words when he knows he’s not going into the game. He sat alone on the bench during a timeout with 3:03 left in the first quarter Sunday when Shammond Williams was set to check in for him. Jackson said earlier this season that he didn’t have a problem with Parker doing so. Evans wasn’t asked about Parker but did say of seeing players standing out of the huddle, “That doesn’t look very good.” In memory: Odom pays tribute on his sneakers to the all the people – his infant son, mother and grandmother – he has lost in his life. OAKLAND – Even after 16seasons as an NBA coach, nine championships and more than 900 wins, Phil Jackson has shown in recent games that he isn’t above changing his style for the good of the team. Jackson has taken to sitting in a chair to face his players on the bench during timeouts, a change that forward Maurice Evans said was suggested during a meeting last week with the Lakers mired in a six-game losing streak.
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Up until now, the Energy East pipeline to Canada’s East Coast had been seen as the province’s best hope of exporting oil.In the interview, she said her time in office has been ‘an often bumpy ride,’ acknowledging a dire state of the economy as a leading cause.The drop in revenues has also renewed talk of introducing a sales tax as a means of providing a reliable funding stream, as Alberta stands the only province in Canada without one. She said her government wouldn’t launch a tax during her first term, but Notley said the next three years could open the door to a discussion about it.Read the full story here.Advertisement EDMONTON, A.B. — Rachel Notley, Alberta’s NDP Premier, is reportedly part of ongoing talks between her province and B.C. to swap pipelines for electricity.According to the Globe and Mail, Alberta is looking for ways to cut back its greenhouse gas emissions and ‘B.C. has tried to sell its neighbour on the notion that buying clean electricity would be one way to do it.’“It’s not that simple but I will say that we are engaged in multilateral talks where there are a lot of linkages in terms of how things might go forward,” she said about the deal.- Advertisement -“I think it’s fair to say that the government of B.C. understands that there wouldn’t be a market for their electricity if we’re not able to get something approaching a non-discounted price for the product that we ship.”A spokesperson for Premier Christy Clark confirmed to the Globe and Mail that talks between the two provinces about energy are under way and agreed that optimism has sprouted out of Kinder Morgan pipeline project, in particular.Notley has also reportedly changed her stance on the Northern Gateway pipeline, where she had previously been ‘unreservedly opposed’ to the $6.5-billion project.Advertisement
Jansson explains why he prefers Brentford boss Frank to ‘mental’ Bielsa FIFA 20: 44 cheap career mode wonderkids you need to buy – bargains! RESULTS round up How Ronaldinho ‘tricked’ Brazil teammate into joining Man United over Leeds Leeds lose at Fulham, West Brom held, Charlton’s winless run continues Chelsea have watched Leeds ace ‘perfect for Premier League football’ regularly Bristol City beat Fulham, QPR win for first time since October, Leeds go top 🙌 @Patrick_Bamford pic.twitter.com/4b0VyCfXT6— Leeds United (@LUFC) November 22, 2018Bamford, 25, has been suffering with a knee ligament injury which has kept him out for much of this season, but is now back in training as seen in the video above.He joined Leeds in the summer after signing for Middlesbrough last season. Before that, the Englishman spent five years at Chelsea, during which time he was loaned out six times.Despite their recent 4-1 defeat to West Brom, Bielsa’s men currently sit third in the Championship. They are set to host Bristol City when they return to action after the international break on Saturday.And the boss’ reaction sparked some memories for Manchester City ace Benjamin Mendy, who played under the man known as ‘El Loco’ at Marseille. Latest Leeds United News ROUND-UP So jealous of that bielsa hug 🥺 ahah #goodmemories https://t.co/cTet5bUo99— Benjamin Mendy (@benmendy23) November 22, 2018 Haaland signs Man United kit amid £76m rumours… and posts Leeds pic too Leeds back on top: What happened in the Championship on Tuesday night? Leeds go top of Championship with win over Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield SOMETHING’S RON Patrick Bamford received a heartfelt hug from his manager Marcelo Bielsa after scoring a sensational volley in Leeds training.The Argentine gaffer ran half the length of the club’s training field to celebrate with his striker, seconds after he absolutely buried the strike during a long ball drill. PLAY HIM BRAGGING RIGHTS coming soon? REVEALED Ljungberg ‘feels sorry’ for on-loan Arsenal man over lack of game time WHITE KNIGHT compared
18 May 2012 South African services and solutions provider Dimension Data (Didata) has been hogging the honours lately. The company, recently named global partner of the year by US communications firm Polycom, has now added US IT giant Cisco’s partner of the year award to its trophy cabinet. “The Global Partner of the Year award presented to Dimension Data recognises its outstanding achievement as a Cisco channel partner in the Middle East and Africa in 2011,” Edison Peres, Cisco’s senior vice-president for worldwide channels, said at the company’s channel partner conference, held recently in San Diego, California. Michael Abendanon said Didata had been working with Cisco for 21 years, and that the award validated Didata’s “global breadth, technical excellence, and execution capabilities across 51 countries in all Cisco theatres”. Earlier this month, at a similar conference held in Orlando, Florida, Didata was named both global and EMEA system integrator partner of the year by Polycom, the global leader in open standards-based unified communications. “We are working hard to make Polycom RealPresence video and voice collaboration widely available for people throughout the world, and we couldn’t do it without partners like Dimension Data,” said Ron Myers, Polycom’s senior vice-president for worldwide channels. “In both established and emerging markets worldwide, we’re proud to be represented by the best this industry has to offer.” SAinfo reporter
15 May 2013 South African logisitics company Imperial Group has gained a foothold in the Nigerian market through a US$26-million deal to acquire a 49% stake in logistics provider MDS, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)-listed group announced on Monday. Imperial said the deal offered the company entry into the rapidly expanding Nigerian fast-moving consumer goods, telecommunications and pharmaceuticals sectors. “Our newest acquisition strengthens Imperial Logistics footprint in our continent and is consistent with our strategy of focusing on these consumer opportunities and following our customer base on the continent,” Imperial Logistics chief executive officer, Marius Swanepoel, said in a statement. “It is wonderful that they are entering Nigeria in this way. It means that we can rely on their logistics support for our ever-growing business there.” SAinfo reporter MDS is a subsidiary of UAC of Nigeria and offers warehousing and distribution solutions through 50 distribution centres that link companies and customers in about 600 cities and villages in Nigeria. “MDS has a quality customer base with a strong new business pipeline,” Swanepoel said. “Through the transaction, Imperial has also secured a specialist management team which strengthens and complements the group’s existing skills set in the logistics business.” The deal will also Imperial to partner with food company Tiger Brands, which owns 49% of UAC Foods in Nigeria. “Imperial is a trusted logistics partner to Tiger Brands in South Africa,” said Tiger Brands CEO, Peter Matlare.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Agricultural producers rented and farmed 353.8 million acres of farmland, according to the results of the 2014 Tenure, Ownership, and Transition of Agricultural Land (TOTAL) survey results released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). Of these acres, 80% are owned by non-farming landlords.According to the survey results, rented farmland acres, combined with buildings on this land, are valued at more than $1.1 trillion. TOTAL counted approximately 2.1 million landlords with various ownership arrangements. In 2014, all of the landlords combined received $31.2 billion in rental income while incurring $9.2 billion in total expenses.A tenth of the 911 million U.S. farmland acres outside of Alaska and Hawaii, or about 91.5 million acres, is slated for ownership transfer in the next five years, not including farmland that is in or is expected to be put into wills. Landlords expect to keep or put nearly 48% of these acres in trusts. Only 21 million acres of land are expected to be sold to a non-relative, while 26 million acres are expected to be sold to a relative or given as a gift. This means that only a small percentage of farmland will be available for new entrants into the farming sector.“Farmland has always been a valuable resource, but what we see in the most recent TOTAL results is the emergence of farmland as a future investment,” said Joseph T. Reilly, NASS Administrator. “More families are creating trust ownerships to make sure land remains in their family for farming or as an investment.”In addition to looking at farmland, TOTAL also provides a glimpse into demographic information for 1.4 million non-farming individuals and principals in partnerships arrangements, also known as principal landlords. According to the findings, the average age of these landlords is 66.5 years old. This age exceeds that of the average farmer, who is 58.3 years old, according to the most recent Census of Agriculture. Only 18% of all principal landlords were under 55 years old. Nearly 45% of all of the principal landlords have never farmed.TOTAL, which NASS conducted in cooperation with USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS), surveyed farmland ownership in 48 contiguous states. It is the only NASS survey that collects agricultural landlord data. The survey is expected to greatly contribute to research and policy analysis. Farmland ownership and decisions stemming from ownership arrangements are key issues for which ERS serves as a primary source of information.“Access to land is one of the biggest challenges facing agricultural producers, particularly beginning farmers,” said Mary Bohman, ERS Administrator. “TOTAL gives us a chance to demonstrate the extent of the land access issue and provide realistic projections of future land availability for purchase or for rent.”To access the complete 2014 TOTAL results, in addition to key data highlights, methodology, and Frequently Asked Questions, visit http://www.agcensus.usda.gov/Publications/TOTAL/ or the Quick Stats database at http://quickstats.nass.usda.gov.