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Silay City local electrocuted

first_imgBACOLOD City – A farm tractor operatorwas electrocuted in Barangay Tanza, E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental. He was rushed to the Teresita LopezJalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City but was declared by an attendingphysician as “dead on arrival.”/PN The victim was identified as 27-year-oldRaymark Pamati-an of Barangay 6, Silay City.center_img According to police investigators,Pamati-an accidentally touched an open electric wire while unloading sugarcanefrom the tractor around 10:30 a.m. on March 14.last_img read more

MDI Trojans Nip GSA 1-0 In Baseball Opener

first_img State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts Bio admin House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014center_img Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest posts by admin (see all) The ball eludes George Stevens Academy Eagle second baseman Nick Kane as Jasper Cousins of the Mount Desert Island Trojans slides in safely at second base.—HUGH BOWDENBLUE HILL — Righthander Nolan Hall handcuffed the George Stevens Academy Eagles, striking out 11 and giving up just four hits as he pitched the Mount Desert Island Trojans to a season-opening 1-0 win on Thursday, April 23.Righthander Nolan Hall of the Mount Desert Island Trojans limited the George Stevens Academy Eagles to three hits and struck out 11 in a complete game 1-0 shutout on Thursday at Blue Hill.—HUGH BOWDENHall outdueled righthander Peter Dickinson, who also pitched superbly for GSA, striking out 13, walking three and allowing just three hits in his six-inning outing.Early on, Dickinson was almost invincible, mixing a fast ball and curve ball to great effect and striking out seven of the first nine batters he faced.GSA mounted a threat in the second inning as Justin McGraw had a leadoff single and went to second on a one-out single by Cameron Lawson.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBut Hall then got Tommy Crowe to bounce into a force play at third and struck out Sam Eley to leave two GSA runners stranded.MDI freshman Caleb MacDonald may have saved a run in the fourth inning when he made a diving catch of a line drive by Lawson with a GSA runner at second base.Dickinson pitched out of a jam of his own making in the fifth inning.He walked Chris Gridley, got Ian Hodgdon to foul out, then walked MacDonald.After striking out Gordon Falt, Dickinson then walked Hall to load the bases before striking out Sam Stewart to end the threat.The only run of the game came after Dickinson walked Dennis O’Neil with one out in the sixth inning.O’Neil went to second on a passed ball and scored when Young rifled a bouncer down the third base line.With Young at second, a bunt by Gridley went for a single when Dickinson fielded the ball near the first base line but couldn’t make the tag as Gridley raced past him.But Young then was picked off third and tagged by Dickinson in a rundown and Hodgdon struck out to end the inning.But for GSA, the damage was done.The Eagles were retired in order in the final two at-bats and the Trojans escaped with the 1-0 win.For more sports action, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American.last_img read more

Football’s global superstars inspire new markets on 1xBet

first_img MansionBet adds Bristol City to sponsorship portfolio August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Share Why leading esports titles should not be overlooked as substitutes to real sports April 15, 2020 European operator 1xBet has enhanced both its B2B and B2C offering with the all new “Player vs Player” and “Player vs Team” markets.Punters can now bet on a player to score more goals than the whole opposing team, as well as betting on a player to score more goals than a particular player of the opposing team.For instance, if the match is Morocco vs Portugal, it would be possible for a customer to place a bet on Cristiano Ronaldo to score more goals than the whole Moroccan team.Eugene Kiryukhin, 1xBet’s Director for Development of International Partners, was quick to stress the value of this new offering, by saying: “Football is a team game. But sometimes football players become superstars with fans of their own – and an inspiration for the young.”He added: “Often, the whole team is organised around one star footballer. And so, we thought it would be interesting to assess the contribution of players to the overall match result, with the help of our new markets.”The firm also announced its Bet Builder option, which allows customers to combine several bets into one with the best odds, with markets such as match result, double chance, total goals, correct score all available.The new additions come after 1xBet increased its advertising presence last month when securing a long-term agreement with Tottenham Hotspur, becoming the club’s ‘Official Betting Partner for Africa’.The company will get coverage at the club’s home matches via the LED perimeter system, as well as a presence on the new website and digital channels across the continent until 2022.1xBet will be exhibiting at next week’s Betting on Sports conference. Access the full agenda here. Related Articles Submit SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020last_img read more

Skaters gear up for Pacific StarSkate

first_imgNelson Figure Skating club skaters are busy refining the routines to compete in the upcoming Pacific StarSkate Championships in Cranbrook.The Heritage City club is sending a handful of skaters to the Cranbrook, including nine-year-old Sophie Borhi.Borhi recently had a chance to skate her routine in front of a large crowd at the Nelson Leafs KIJHL Playoff game against the Beaver Valley Nitehawks.Borhi took the silver medal in the preliminary freeskate at the recent competition in Beaver Valley, which has qualified her to skate at the Pacific StarSkate.Last month at the Ogopogo Free Skate Competition in Penticton that drew 230 skaters from B.C., Alberta and Washington State, Borhi placed second in her category.Other skaters heading to Cranbrook include Morgan Sabo and Erica Tolles.The Nelson Figure Skating Club executive would like to remind the public that the deadline to register for Spring CanSkate is March 21.The spring program begins March 28 at the NDCC Arena.For more information or register visit the club’s website at nelsonfigureskatingclub.casports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

Jamboree event highlight of Terry Walgren Tournament

first_imgThe Terry Walgren Youth Soccer Tournament attracted players and teams from throughout the Kootenay and Okanagan regions along with some participants from south of the 49th parallel. Part of the weekend was reserved for players under the age of 12 playing in a Jamboree style event.Host Nelson, with 21-plus players on the roster, entered a pair of teams into the Jamboree.During the Jamboree, there are no scores or points kept, just a lot of determination and skill by all players.The Jamboree event prepares the players for the Rep category, which youth soccer players enter for the next years.Some of the players on the Nelson squad included, Logan Martin, Joey Wall, Chase Colgur, Albie Drysdale, Van Keywood, Ryder Collins, Ethan Knight, Logan Wright, Ilya Sherstobitoff, Markus Rentke, Evan Ouchi, Amani Kaufmann, Yannick Holt-Lachance, Oliver Gyr, Charlie Morrison, Jacob De Zwart, Peyton Wilkinson, Tanner Jackson, Kaden White,  Emil Metcalfand Gabriel Makortoff.last_img read more