GFF to sign MoU with UEFA, Denmark in June

first_imgGUYANA Football Federation (GFF) and Denmark Football Association, along with the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) are set to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in June, according to president Wayne Forde.At a press conference held at Pegasus Hotel yesterday, Forde revealed that the GFF “had scheduled an important activity for the development of football in Guyana, today. There was to be a signing of an MoU between the Guyana Football Federation and the Denmark Football Federation.The only reason why we are not doing that signing today is because president Jesper Moller of Denmark, who is also an executive member of UEFA Council, has been called to an emergency meeting with UEFA that is actually taking place in Denmark.”The GFF boss noted that the partnership centres on every area of football development and with Howard McIntosh, CONCACAF Senior Football Project manager, efforts are being made to finalise discussions on some of the immediate projects that Guyana and Denmark will be partnering with UEFA.Denmark Football Association president Jesper Moller“One category of the projects will be infrastructure. We visited one of the locations where we want to do a massive grassroots development pitch and we are also discussing some of the specific areas of coaching education that we want to put as the first item on the partnership agenda.“The MoU will be signed in June at the FIFA Congress, which will be held in Paris between myself and president Moller. I was pleased to receive a phone call from the head of UEFA Assist yesterday indicating to us that while Moller had to postpone his visit because of the meeting that is taking place in Denmark, he has communicated through her that he would like Guyana to submit the first projects that we will want the support of Denmark,” said Forde.Meanwhile, McIntosh said, CONCACAF has been working closely with GFF in the relationship with UEFA and Denmark, and the officials are happy to see that it has reached a point where the agreement will be signed.McIntosh highlighted that with Forde, he will be making the trip to Paris, France to sign the MOU in the first week of June.“That is another step in the right direction because without partnerships football cannot be successful or reach the optimal level of success that we all would like to see it become,” the Jamaican said.last_img read more

Summer soccer coaches required to attend pre-season meeting

first_imgThe meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and will run until 8 p.m.During the meeting, coaches will receive their team rosters for the upcoming outdoor season, as well as some other important coaching information.Coaches are also being asked to bring with them their criminal record checks, and if those have not been completed, are being asked to complete the process as soon as possible.- Advertisement -If unsure of how to get a criminal background check done, contact the league office for more information by emailing [email protected] the meeting, coaches will be asked to head to the league’s storage facility to collect their team’s soccer equipment bag.last_img

GAA: FOUR MASTERS GAA CLUB NEWS

first_imgFour Masters G.A.A. ClubThe €50 winners in the Annual Lotto for Week 50 were Hugh Devenney, Cormullion and Marcus Monaghan, Drumlonagher. The numbers drawn were 7, 10, 16 & 24.The Annual Lotto End-of-Year Draw for a total of €3,000 in prizes for fully paid members was made last Monday night June 25th and the winners were as follows: €1,000 Patsy Mc Groary, Tullynagreine – €500 Patrick Ward, Orbeg – €500 Fergal Britton, Pettigo – €250 Peter & Noreen Dunnion, Clarlougheske – €250 Steve Walsh, Altidoo – €100 Michael Masterson, Old Golf Course Road – €100 Manus Brennan, Drumkeeghan – €100 Barry Monaghan, Ardeskin – €100 Colm Gallagher, Mountcharles – €100 Anne Colhoun, Drumrooske. The first draw of the 2012/2013 Annual Lotto starting with a jackpot of €1,100 will take place on Monday July16th. New members are welcome with entry forms are available from Sean Dunnion (087) 2300735, Maeve Espey (086) 8730610 and Paul Timoney (087) 2791305.The Club will host the annual Frank Muldoon Memorial Open Singles Stableford Competition on Wednesday next July 4th 2012 at Donegal Golf Club sponsored by ROONEY’S CENTRA. Donegal Golf Club Members, Four Masters members and Visitors are all welcome. Timesheet in Operation. Contact Donegal Golf Club (074) 9734054. The Under 8 footballers played in their final blitz of the season on Saturday last in Bundoran and took home the silverware. They played four very competitive games, winning three and drawing the fourth. Great credit must go to this group of boys for their great dedication and to watch their development over the weeks has been fantastic. Again thanks to the Bundoran club for their hospitality and the parents and grandparents for all their support. Coaching continues on Wednesday evenings at 6.30 pm finishing up on Wednesday July 18th. The Football Cul Camp for boys and girls aged 6 to 13 then takes place in Tir Conaill Park from Monday July 23rd to Friday July 27th.  Coaching for the Under10 girls continues on Tuesday evenings from 5.00 to 6.00 pm at Tir Conaill Park. Please contact Kelly Lacey (087) 9919035 for further information. The under 12 girls have participated in two Blitz competitions so far away to Aodh Ruadh and at home. The next Blitz is this Wednesday 27th June in Mountcharles. Coaching takes place every Monday from 6.00 to 7.00 pm. The Under 14 girls team have topped their championship group beating Glenswilly, Cloughaneely, Noamh Columba, and Ardara. They have now qualified for the County B semi-final. The Under 16 girls coaching is on Fridays at 5.00 pm. Please contact John Mc Intyre on (086) 3535107 for further information. The Senior Ladies recently won against St Eunans in both the 13-a-side and 15-a-side competitions. This Sunday (July 1st) they have a  challenge match against Glenelly from County Tyrone. Championship match v Moville at home on Sunday 8th July at 12 noon. Gaelic4Mothers & Others with fun activities have commenced on Monday evenings from 8.00 to 9.00 pm at Tir Conaill Park. Please contact Deborah Lacey on (087) 2199730 for further information. GAA: FOUR MASTERS GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: June 26th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA: FOUR MASTERS GAA CLUB NEWSlast_img read more

This week in the ‘Woods: Women’s soccer wins big, Football edged out on the road

first_imgFootball: Contra Costa 35 Redwoods 33Roberto Ortiz made two 40-plus yard field goals on the day but missed a 33-yard try as time expired in a 35-33 loss for College of the Redwoods, Saturday afternoon on the road at Contra Costa in what was the American-Pacific 7 Conference opener for both teams.Redwoods quarterback Brody Lucero passed for three touchdowns, two to Jamari Sweet and the other to Marcus Finney.Zachary Mahoney blocked a punt on special teams and returned it for a touchdown for …last_img

Geocaching country souvenir: the United States of America

first_imgWe announced five new Geocaching country souvenirs on Monday, December 10, 2018. If you have found a geocache in any of these countries, you automatically receive the souvenir on your profile. Check out all of the Geocaching souvenirs here.Share with your Friends:More USA Geocaching country souvenirThe United States of America — the birthplace of geocaching.At 3.8 million square miles (9.8 million km2) of diverse geography, the United States has the most ecoregions out of any country in the world, making it an amazing playground for geocaching.From the Atlantic seaboard, across the prairies of the Great Plains, to the Cascade mountain range in the Pacific Northwest, there are lots of unique geocaching adventures to discover.While it is true that the United States is home to some of the oldest active geocaches that are still around, such as the oldest Traditional, Multi-Cache, as well as the oldest still existing cache with a three-digit GC code, there are plenty of other amazing caching adventures waiting for you from sea to shining sea.Bridges & Arches of Central ParkMulti-Cache | GC17MX1 | by addisonbr | D 3 / T 2This geocache is an epic, 32-stage Multi-Cache that takes you on a journey through Central Park in New York City. Each stage focuses on the bridges and arches of the park which are beautifully crafted yet often overlooked. Central Park covers over 800 acres (3.237485km²) of greenery and recreation areas in the middle of Manhattan, so prepare for a long (but pleasant) walk.The Doctor Is In!Traditional | GC6YDR6 | by Doctor Dolittle (Ron) and djwhouse (Dave) | D 2.5 / T 1.5For this adventure, the TARDIS has touched down just north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Its ordinary Yale lock has transformed into a memory puzzle consisting of four lights which blink in increasingly difficult patterns. Cachers who travel with the Doctor must repeat the patterns perfectly. Only then are they rewarded with flashing lights, the signature TARDIS parking brake groan, and doors that open to reveal the famed “bigger on the inside” interior.Mission 9: Tunnel of LightProject APE Cache | GC1169 | by Project APE (maintained by Moun10Bike) | D 1 / T3In 2001, fourteen geocaches were placed in conjunction with 20th Century Fox to support the movie Planet of the Apes. Mission 9: Tunnel of Light was one of those caches. Located about 60 miles (97km) east of Seattle, the container was placed by Geocaching HQ co-founder Jeremy Irish and the father of the geocoin, Moun10Bike. The cache was found more than 3,000 times, surviving minor disturbances for nearly 10 years. Sadly, after being muggled and going missing, Mission 9 was archived in June 2011. After it was found by dedicated local cachers in October 2016, Mission 9 was reactivated at the 8th annual Going Ape 2017 Mega-Event on August 19th. It is now one of just two active APE caches, along with Brazil’s Mission 4: Southern Bowl. SharePrint RelatedGeocachers make history at Geowoodstock 2018June 29, 2018In “News”Isla del Encanto: Puerto Rico — newest Geocaching souvenir!December 5, 2016In “News”Geocaching country souvenir: ChileDecember 10, 2018In “News”last_img read more

Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 8 “Service Pack” – Before Its Launch

first_img8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Is a service pack still a service pack when it’s called by another name? For Windows 8, it might be. In a highly unusual move, Microsoft is now offering a “Windows 8 Client and Windows Server 2012 General Availability Cumulative Update” via Windows Update, that rolls up changes and improvements Microsoft has made to Windows 8 and makes them available to users even before the official launch of the new operating system.Normally, of course, service packs wait at least a few weeks or months following the release of an operating system, and they’re a major event. Windows XP had three; Vista has two, and Microsoft has released just one for Windows 7, to date. Steven Sinofsky, president of the Windows and Windows Live division at Microsoft, explained that the period of time between the release of a new operating system to manufacturing, and the time it is released to retail, had been used to match PCs with the new software components, drivers and companion software they needed to properly function. In some cases, that meant fundamental changes to Windows, too. But early purchasers might not get access to those chanes and updates. “We would often create dozens of changes for each [manufacturer] for these new PCs,” Sinofsky wrote in a blog post. “Those changes would be deployed during manufacturing of those PCs and thus would be invisible to customers. While those changes could potentially apply to a broader range of PCs, we did not have in place the testing and certification to broadly distribute these updates. As a result, customers would have to wait until the first service pack to see these enhancements. We know many folks would spend time working to uncover these… enhancements in a desire to have the most up to date Windows.”Now, however, Microsoft has managed to improve its processes so that its manufacturing partners aren’t the only ones seeing the benefits. “By developing better test automation and test coverage tools we are happy to say that Windows 8 will be totally up to date for all customers starting at General Availability,” Sinofsky wrote.What Do You Get?Microsoft said that the “General Availability Cumulative Update” would include four major elements:Increased power efficiency to extend battery lifePerformance improvements in Windows 8 applications and Start screenImproved audio and video playback in many scenariosImproved application and driver compatibility with Windows 8To apply it, perform the following steps:Open the Charms bar by swiping in from the right edge of a touch screen. (If you use a mouse, move the mouse to the upper- or lower-right corner of the display.)Click “Search,” and type in “Windows Update.”Click “Settings,” and install the optional updates. Is This A Good Thing?On the surface (so to speak), Microsoft’s “mini service pack” appears to be a good thing: Yes, there are major revisions that Microsoft needs to make with Windows 8, but the performance improvements would roll out anyway, over time. The early adopters can simply take advantage of them before Windows 8 rolls out. And who doesn’t like a free upgrade? Still, users posting comments to Sinofksy’s post have identified other problems, such as slowdowns after applying the patch, probably due to nagging driver issues. A more serious one is that which Microsoft has identified itself: that when you turn a Windows feature – such as Remote Access – on or off, the computer may require a restart. So far, there doesn’t seem to be many people, if any, who have encountered this problem. If you do, let us know in the comments below.More Work Needed?Otherwise, some users say that Microsoft still has more work to do.“Yeah, fix your apps!” “Marcus” wrote. “Photos and Mail STILL crash every time during loading after the updates. Thankfully the real apps, aka desktop apps, don’t have issues running.”Microsoft is addressing some of those requests, quietly rolling out updates to its core SkyDrive, Mail, Calendar, People and Messaging apps, as well as Photos, Maps, Bing, Finance and News. Microsoft recommends that Windows 8 users keep an eye on the Store tile, which will indicatewhen updates are available. users can then open it and click the updates link in the top right corner to see the list and install the desired updates.Notable changes will include, according to Microsoft,  a conversation view of your inbox in Mail, plus complete IMAP account support; indoor venue maps in Maps, plus integration with its Travel app; and a SmartDJ feature for its Music app. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img Tags:#Microsoft#web Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… markhachmanlast_img read more

ISL: Ferran Corominas hat-trick helps FC Goa defeat 10-man Bengaluru FC

first_imgA sublime hat-trick by Spanish striker Ferran Corominas lifted FC Goa to a 4-3 victory over Bengaluru FC in a thrilling Indian Super League (ISL) season four encounter at the Fatorda Stadium here on Thursday.FC Goa opened the scoring through Ferran Corominas in the 16th minute.The Spanish forward latched on to the loose ball around the centre circle before dribbling past the Bengaluru FC defensive line to slot the ball into the back of the net.The goal evoked a quick response from the visitors.Just five minutes later, a lofted ball through by Erik Paartalu found Miku inside the box. The midfielder drilled his shot past goalkeeper Laxmikant Kattimani to level the scoreline.Sergio Lobera’s men regained the lead at the half-hour mark.Manuel Lanzarote floated deep ball from a free kick, found Bruno Pinheiro, who headed it down for Corominas to do the rest.Then, Bengaluru FC suffered a double whammy in the 36th minute that completely changed the complexion of the game.Some sloppy passing deep inside their own half forced Bengaluru FC goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh into making a challenge at Lanzarote which he managed well.But his violent reaction afterward earned him red card and Goa were awarded a penalty.Lanzarote picked himself up to double the advantage from the spot for FC Goa.Two goals down and a man short, Bengaluru FC looked done and dusted at this stage.But Albert Roca’s men staged a quick comeback in the second-half.Paartalu’s thumping header from a corner in 57th minute cut down Goa’s lead to just one. Three minutes later, Bengaluru were back on level terms.advertisementThis time, it was Spanish midfielder Miku’s turn to bamboozle FC Goa’s defense before finishing off with a Messi like chip over the goalkeeper.However, Bengaluru FC’s fairytale comeback story was cut short by Corominas.In the 63rd minute, Lanzarote again turned provider. His well-weighted through ball put the forward one on one with Bengaluru’s replacement goalkeeper Abhra Mondal to seal all three points for the home side.last_img read more