This half proportion venue capacity also applies to salons, barber shops, other personal care services, food retail establishments, dine-in restaurants, and fast food chains. Cadiao further emphasized the value of business relations between Iloilo and Antique provinces. Moreover, Category III industries allowed to operate are financial services, Business Process Outsourcing offices, legal, accounting and auditing firms, scientific, technical and non-leisure services, and wholesale and retail establishments. “I was thinking we should really revive our economy. I want Antiqueños to go back to work and I’d like the businesses to reopen but with protocol, of course,” said Cadiao. Under the governor’s Executive Order 78, among those establishments permitted to operate for Category I include the agriculture and fishery industries, food manufacturing and food supply chains, logistics sector, health-related institutions, information technology and telecommunication companies, and media industry. “I want Antiqueños to go back to work and I’d like the businesses to reopen but with protocol, of course,” says Gov. Rhodora Cadiao. PIA The governor expressed her enthusiasm of wanting Antiqueños to return to work and for businesses to reopen as the local economy has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. As for Category IV, the operations of establishments dedicated for amusement, gaming, fitness, and kids and tourism industries are allowed but at a maximum of 50 percent operational capacity. Meanwhile, only those hotels and other accommodation establishments that have been accredited as provided by law and relevant issuances of the Department of Tourism and the Department of the Interior and Local Government are allowed to operate. Industries belonging to Category II such as mining and other manufacturing industries, export and electronic commerce, delivery, repair and maintenance, and housing and office services were also given the go signal to open. According to the governor, Antique sourced its essentials from Iloilo as part of the trade, thus, border closure would “paralyze” the businesses in this province. (With a report from PIA/PN) SAN JOSE, Antique – More business operations and work-related activities are expected to resume as President Rodrigo Duterte has classified this province place as a low-risk area for the transmission of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), Gov. Rhodora Cadiao said.
The Batesville Bulldog Cross Country team opened up their 2018 season with a new race added to their schedule…they traveled over two hours and competed in the Valley Kickoff Meet in Terre Haute at the LaVern Gibson NCAA Championship Course, which also happens to be the high school State Course. There were 18 teams competing in the girls race and 19 for the boys. This meet was not scored as a team, but only individuals were recognized. They gave awards to the top 20.Batesville had 4 individuals place in the top 20 with Ean Loichinger crowned as the champion of the boys race. Ean dominated from the very beginning and held on to his lead down the home stretch, winning by 5 seconds and coming through in a time of 16:28. Congratulations Ean!!! Also placing in the top 20 for the boys was Adam Moster at 17th, 17:38. Other runners for the Bulldogs were: Joshua Myers, 34th, Benjamin Moster, 46th, Adam Hollowell, 67th, Dillan Murray, 82nd, Nathan Villani, 127th and Charlie Laymon, 167th. On the girls side, the Bulldogs also had 2 girls placing in the top 20. Lily Pinckley led the dogs at 10th place (20:52) followed closely by Liz Loichinger at 12th (21:19). Other runners for the girls were: Trysta Vierling, 40th, Sarah Ripperger, 42nd, Katie Olsen, 52nd Maria Lopez, 55th, and Ava Ralston, 89th. Batesville also had one Bulldog run a personal best on this tough course, but starting off his season right, and that was Adam Hollowell running an 18:40, almost 30 seconds faster than his PR from last year. Way to go Adam!The Bulldogs next meet is Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.
Batesville Bulldogs Varsity’s effort to come back from down five runs in the fifth inning came up just short, as they fell 6-5 to Greensburg on Thursday. The Bulldogs scored four runs in the failed comeback on a stolen base by Kate Burkhart, a stolen base by Kylie Laker, and a single by Abigail Westerfeld.Batesville got things moving in the second inning, when an error scored one run. Emma Belter hit a ball deep to left center field and it was dropped bu Greensburg. She was rounding 2nd base when the ball was dropped and beat the throw home for the score.In the top of the third inning, Greensburg tied things up at one. Greensburg scored one run when Kirsten Adams tripled.Greensburg pulled away for good with two runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Adams singled on a 3-2 count, scoring two runs.Batesville Bulldogs Varsity notched four runs in the sixth inning. The offensive onslaught by The Bulldogs was led by Burkhart (single), Laker (double) Oldham (home run) and Belter (triple), all knocking in runs in the inning.Greensburg scored three runs in the fifth inning. Greensburg’s big inning was driven by a single by Bailey Springmeyer and a double by Ellie Jackson.Anika Scripture led things off on the rubber for Greensburg. She lasted seven innings, allowing ten hits and five runs while walking zero.Westerfeld toed the rubber for Batesville Bulldogs Varsity. She went four and a third innings, allowing six runs on 13 hits and striking out one. Obermeyer threw two and two-thirds innings in relief allowing no runs on 2 hits.The Bulldogs tallied one home run on the day. Oldham had a long ball in the sixth inning.Batesville Bulldogs Varsity racked up ten hits. Burkhart and Westerfeld each had multiple hits for Batesville Bulldogs Varsity. Burkhart led Batesville Bulldogs Varsity with three hits in four at bats.The Bulldogs move to 2-1 on the season and 1-1 in the EIAC.Next up – East Central asway on Monday at 5:30.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Randy Obermeyer.
Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the coronavirus outbreak’s affect on sports around the globe (all times EDT):2:35 p.m.An exhibition baseball game in San Francisco between the Giants and Oakland Athletics has been canceled because of the virus outbreak. The Bay Area teams were set to play at Oracle Park on March 24. That was two days before the start of the regular season in Major League Baseball. The announcement came Wednesday after the San Francisco mayor banned gatherings of 1,000 or more people. The Latest: A’s-Giants exhibition in San Francisco canceled ___1:20One of college basketball’s postseason invitational tournaments has been canceled.Organizers of the College Basketball Invitational, widely known as the CBI, say they’ve decided to cancel this year’s event because of the “uncertainty about the coronavirus and the impact it is having on college campuses across the country.”The tournament is played at campus sites for teams that aren’t invited to the NCAA Tournament or the NIT. That decision affects the Seattle Mariners’ first seven games of the season, when they host the Texas Rangers and Minnesota Twins. It also applies to home games for the MLS Seattle Sounders, XFL Seattle Dragons and a pair of junior hockey teams in the area.The restrictions do not include Spokane, where NCAA Tournament games are scheduled to take place next week. The men’s first and second rounds are being played at the Spokane Arena, while early rounds of the women’s tournament could end up being played on campus at Gonzaga.___1:35 p.m.Stanford is still willing to host the NCAA women’s basketball tournament with a strict limit on spectators if selected to do so next week. The statement issued Wednesday says officials look forward to bringing back the CBI in 2021.___1 p.m.The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told a congressional committee Wednesday that he would recommend the NBA not allow fans at games in response to the coronavirus.That answer by Dr. Anthony Fauci came hours before NBA owners are scheduled to meet to discuss the next steps in responding to the growing concern about the virus. The school in Northern California said Wednesday that all sporting events on campus will be closed to the public through May 15 or until further notice in response to the spread of the new coronavirus.Only participants, coaches, working staff, officials, credentialed media and a very limited number of family members, friends and guests of the competing teams will be allowed to attend. Santa Clara County announced a ban earlier this week of gatherings of more than 1,000 people.The seventh-ranked Cardinal were expected to be picked as a host for the tournament that starts March 20. The top 16 teams are picked as hosts of the opening two rounds.The NCAA didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.— reporting by Josh Dubow March 11, 2020 2:05 p.m.The Mariners will move home games from Seattle through end of March following the state of Washington’s decision to ban large group events in response to the coronavirus outbreak.Seattle had been scheduled to open the season at Safeco Field with a four-game series against Texas from March 26-29, then host Minnesota in a three-game series from March 30 through April 1.The Mariners say they are working with the commissioner’s office on alternative plans.Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday announced a ban on all large gatherings in the three counties of the Seattle metro area through at least the end of March. Fauci was responding to a question from Rep. Glenn Grothman, a Wisconsin Republican, during a meeting of the House Oversight Committee. Grothman asked, “Is the NBA underreacting or is the Ivy League overreacting?” He was referencing how the Ivy League recently canceled its basketball tournaments, instead of having them played without fans in attendance or keeping the status quo.“We would recommend that there not be large crowds,” Fauci said. “If that means not having any people in the audience when the NBA plays, so be it. But as a public health official, anything that has crowds is something that would give a risk to spread.”
AFTER establishing his academy in England where he nurtured and developed many players to gain access to premiership clubs, Peter Barry, a former player for Guyana’s Santos FC, recently journeyed to Kenya, Africa, where he established his Football Academy.“I tried many times, even through application process with no success to help and share my talent with Guyana football. So I turned to Africa where they welcomed my philosophy and experience with open arms,” Barry told Chronicle Sport.Barry said his “intentions are to give young African players the opportunity to play in Europe and help coaches enhance their qualifications.”Barry, who is a licensed coach in the United Kingdom, said he would have preferred to share his skills and expertise in Guyana since there is where he learnt most of his football.The UK-based Barry said he was very impressed with the talent in Africa and it’s as though he has found a gold mine.“My immediate goal is to nurture and develop the players there to European standards then open the doors for trials and exchange programmes for the youths in Africa,” said Barry.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Fourty-two days. Eleven cities. 14 games.Last weekend Syracuse embarked on a stretch of 12 road games out of its next 14 matches, a span covering more than one-third of the season. The travel doesn’t make the lives of SU’s players any easier, but the team finds value in the close quarters they spend a majority of their season in.“It’s always a good thing to get out on the road,” senior goalkeeper Jenn Gilligan said.After beginning the season by hosting Clarkson, the Orange (1-2) is now in the midst of a stretch of a dozen road games leading all the way up to Thanksgiving. SU will travel to play UConn (0-1-1, 0-1 Hockey East) in a Saturday afternoon faceoff, followed by a matchup at Providence (0-2) on Sunday.The road trip comes after a weekend where Syracuse faced Northeastern University and UNH, falling to the Huskies but beating the Wildcats.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse head coach Paul Flanagan knew he’d have trouble managing the multitude of away games that headline the 2015-16 campaign, especially as he evaluates the Orange’s strengths and weaknesses.“You have to make the best of it, right?” Flanagan said.But Syracuse seniors Nicole Ferrara and Jenn Gilligan think their road games, which could be obtrusive to the team’s development, provide an advantage for the Orange.“It’s kind of that extra incentive to get that win,” Gilligan said. “We get something if we win on top of it, whereas the other team has something to lose.”Ferrara believes that road trips foster a close team bonding that’s harder to cultivate in a stretch of home games when players can resume their everyday lives.“It’s a good thing. We’re on the bus together, and it’s more time together.” Ferrara said.There’s plenty of entertainment on Syracuse’s bus. The freshmen provide music for the team by singing on the loudspeaker system, but only the singer can hear the actual song through her headphones. The team also watched several movies while traveling along Interstate 90 last weekend.As a pre-game ritual in the hotel, the team plays “clump,” a game where everyone has to clump together, then quickly match up in groups of certain numbers called out by a moderator.The Orange also goes on walks around the away team’s city before games. The road activities ease the burden of a strenuous window at the beginning of SU’s season — a window the team is grateful closes before a season-ending stretch of conference play.“If we had to do all of this in the second half of the year, it would get old,” Flanagan said. “But early in the year, it’s a great advantage.” Published on October 15, 2015 at 2:11 am Contact Chris: firstname.lastname@example.org
Toffees boss Roberto Martinez said he was extremely disappointed at the result. City earned their place in the Capital One Cup final with a 4-3 aggregate victory over Everton. Manuel Pellegrini’s side beat Everton 3-1 in last night’s second leg, with the aide of a controversial second goal. Before Kevin de Bruyne tucked the ball home, it had looked to have crossed the by-line before Raheem Sterling crossed.
Also Read | James Harden Waxes Lyrical About Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Says ‘NBA Is Missing Them’Eastern Michigan: Mike Glass expressed remorse for his actionsMike Glass was ejected for his actions with just 10 seconds left on the clock. It was the second swift punch thrown by Glass at another Pitt Panthers’ player that accidentally knocked down a referee who was trying to separate the two players. However, soon after the game, the senior quarterback held accountability for his actions as he took to his Twitter handle and expressed remorse for what went down. LIVE TV Things got tense during Thursday night’s Quick Lane Bowl between the Eastern Michigan Eagles and the Pitt Panthers when senior Michigan quarterback Mike Glass lost his cool and started swinging on Panthers’ players and grazed one of the referees in the process. The incident happened during the closing seconds of the game which saw Pitt Panthers score a 34-30 victory over the Eagles in Detroit. Here is a footage of the Mike Glass fight:Also Read | NBA: WATCH Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley’s Failed Attempt At Singing Christmas CarolsMike Glass ejected for hitting a referee Written By WATCH US LIVE Also Read | Pitt Panthers Rally To Beat Eastern Michigan In Quick Lane BowlKevin McGill was the first to be ejected unsportsmanlike conductEastern Michigan Eagles senior defensive cornerback Kevin McGill was also ejected earlier in the game for unsportsmanlike conduct which involved allegedly spitting on a Pitt Panthers’ player. Eastern Michigan coach Chris Creighton opened up on the matter stating that there is absolutely no excuse for that kind of behaviour in the sport, calling it an embarrassment for his team. He added that they apologised to the team and that he is certainly embarrassed about what had happened. Creighton also apologized to all the viewers.Also Read | Anthony Davis Remains Non-committal On Lakers Future, Likely To Enter NBA Free Agency First Published: 27th December, 2019 19:54 IST Last Updated: 27th December, 2019 19:54 IST Watch Eastern Michigan QB Mike Glass Get Ejected For Punching 2 Players And A Referee Eastern Michigan quarterback Mike Glass has been ejected for punching two players of the Pittsburgh Panthers and accidentally hitting a ref. Watch the video. SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Danish Ansari FOLLOW US
Her sister Jessica also won the golf Australian Open in 2012 while her brother Sebastian won the tennis junior singles title last year.The 20-year-old took a three-shot lead into the final round at The Grange and shot a five-under-par 67 to win.England’s Jodi Ewart Shadoff finished in a tie for eighth on nine under.Korda was born six months after her father won the Australian Open in Melbourne, the Czech’s only Grand Slam title.At the start of the week she said she felt “so left out” when her family discussed their Australian titles and when she completed her own victory she celebrated with her father’s trademark scissor kick.“I’m finally a part of the club,” Korda said.“I mean this win was really special for my family.“I think there’s something in the air here, we love coming down under.“I just got off the phone with my dad and he said, ‘Well, congratulations, you’re part of the Korda Slam now’.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram American Nelly Korda continued her family’s remarkable success in Australia by winning the Women’s Australian Open in Adelaide.Korda finished on 17 under par, two clear of South Korea’s Ko Jin-young.Korda is the daughter of former tennis player Petr Korda who won the 1998 Australian Open men’s singles title.
Angola have named Romeu Filemon as their new national team coach to replace the Uruguayan Gustavo Ferrin, who was dismissed.Former Bafana Bafana coach Joel Santana had been tipped for the job last November and went to Luanda to meet with the Angolan Football Federation (AFF), but the job never materialised.Romeu, 49, has been handed a two-year contract with his first priority to qualify Angola for the next African Nations Cup finals in Morocco next year, the AFF confirmed on Thursday. Qualification starts in September.Romeu previously coached at six different Angolan top flight clubs and was also the country’s under-20 team coach.His first match in charge will be a friendly international against Mozambique away in Maputo on March 5.