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Six Devon teams head to national golf final

first_img8 Jun 2016 Six Devon teams head to national golf final Six Devon golf club teams have played their way into the national final of an England Golf team championship.They all won through a regional qualifier at Woodbury Park Golf Club, Devon, and will take part in the final of the English Club Team Championship on Monday, 8 August during England Golf Week at Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxfordshire.The successful six are:Downes Crediton Golf Club (pictured), represented by David Taylor, Fran Shrubsole, Quintin Payne-Cook and Elizabeth MapsonBovey Tracey Golf Club, represented by Fred Egbeare, Robert Starling, Sheelah Ayliffe and Dawn CottamWoodbury Park Golf Club, represented by David Skinner, Peter Baldwin, Kate Blake and Ellen NortonFingle Glen Golf Club, represented by Jeff Maynard, Richard Stevens, Anne Woodger and Michelle UnderwoodTeignmouth Golf Club, represented by Hannah Stephens, Anthony Stephens, Lorna Brown and Stephen BrownTorquay Golf Club, represented by Malcolm Swift, Di Swift, Iain Rowlands and Sally SpokesThey will meet qualifiers from three other regional events at the national final. It will be a feature of Golf Week, staged by England Golf to create a national grand finale for a host of handicap and team championships.Click here for full scoreslast_img read more

Inslee Rolls out COVID-19 Risk Assessment Dashboard With Data

first_imgFacebook133Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington Governor Jay InsleeGov. Jay Inslee announced a new COVID-19 risk assessment dashboard to aid the state in gauging when and how to best lift restrictions around ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy” in Washington.Wednesday marked 100 days since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Washington state. The governor mentioned that in the coming weeks, the state will slowly start “turning the dial” on several physical distancing restrictions in accordance with changing epidemiological and public health data.“It is important to share the information and data that informs our decisions,” Inslee said. “As each decision we make informs choices that impact the health and safety of Washingtonians, we want to show that there are multiple indicators we rely on for how we can remain healthy and open our businesses.”Read the full story on the governor’s Medium pagelast_img read more

Shoaib Akhtar’s message to the world in fight against Coronavirus: It’s time to rise…

first_imgAdvertisement 5NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsaan0Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E870l2( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) qWould you ever consider trying this?😱gzCan your students do this? 🌚ad1w9Roller skating! Powered by Firework Former Pakistani pacer, Shoaib Akhtar, has asked people to rise above religion and economic status in order to help each other during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The ‘Rawalpindi Express’ also urged his fans to work as a “global force” and strictly follow the guidelines issued by the respective authorities; in a video on his YouTube channel. Advertisement “Request all my fans all across the globe. Coronavirus is a global crisis and we have to think as a global force, rise above religion. Lockdown is happening so that the virus does not spread. If you are doing interaction and meeting in places, it will not help,” the speedster said.Advertisement “If you are hoarding things, please think about the daily wage workers. Stores are empty. What is the guarantee that you will live after three months? Think about the daily wage worker, how will he feed his family? Think about people, time to be a human, not Hindu, Muslim. People will have to help each other, collect funds. Stop hoarding!”“Rich will still survive; how will the poor survive? Have faith. We are living like animals, live like humans. Try to be helpful, please stop storing stuff. It is the time we look after each other. No time to be divided, we have to live as humans,” he added.Advertisement Previously, the 44-year-old voiced out his dissent towards the Chinese people, claiming that they are solely responsible for this global pandemic.“I don’t understand why you have to eat things like bats, drink their blood and urine and spread some virus across the globe…I’m talking about the Chinese people. They have put the world at stake. I really don’t understand how you can eat bats, dogs, and cats. I’m really angry,” Akhtar was seen saying in a video posted on his Youtube channel earlier.“The whole world is at risk now. The tourism industry has been hit, the economy is badly affected and the whole world is going towards a lockdown.”“I’m not against the people of China but I’m against the law of animals. I understand this may be your culture but this is not benefitting you now, it is killing humanity. I’m not saying you boycott the Chinese but there has to be some law. You cannot go on and eat anything and everything,” he said.The deadly Coronavirus, has spread over 100 countries, contaminating more than 3,00,000 people and has claimed over 13,000 lives so far.Pakistan has registered around 800 confirmed cases with five deaths as of now. You may also like:All sportspersons that have been infected by the novel CoronavirusIrfan Pathan gives valuable advice to Indians on how to fight Coronavirus Advertisementlast_img read more