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Will Genia – A Wallaby great in the making

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first_imgWednesday Nov 11, 2009 Will Genia – A Wallaby great in the making Stand out performer against England on Saturday, young Wallaby scrumhalf Will Genias rise to fame has been rapid. Playing off the bench for most of the Super 14, he now looks to be the obvious successor to the great George Gregan.Since Gregan retired a few years back, the Wallabies have been searching in vain for a natural heir to the number nine throne. They seem to have finally succeeded, as the 21 year old is already being compared to both Gregan and Nick Farr-Jones.He was the second choice scrumhalf at the Queensland Reds for much of the season, but impressed to the extent that he made his debut for Australia in the Tri Nations against New Zealand. His first start came against South Africa, in what is now his home town, Brisbane.Genia was born and raised in Papua New Guinea, before moving to Brisbane when he was 12. He admits he didnt know anything about rugby union before then.“It is all rugby league in Port Moresby where I grew up,” he said. “I didn’t play any team sport when I was a kid. I just played a lot of backyard cricket. I never got involved in any sport at primary school.”“I kind of got into rugby because I was an islander and everyone just assumed I’d be good. I started off as a winger and moved into inside centre and then into halfback. I think I’m still fast though,” he added.At the age of 15 he watched in a boarding house with his schoolmates as Jonny Wilkinson slotted that famous dropgoal to beat the Wallabies in 2003.“Jonny Wilkinson broke my heart that night. There was a lot of English kids who wouldnt let it go. They still havent let it go.”Its now six years later, and on Saturday he played against the English at Twickenham, winning the Man of the Match award and scoring his maiden Test try.“You just take the opportunities as they come really. If it’s on to run, you run. If it’s on to kick, you kick. If it’s on to pass, you pass. You’ve just got to be aware of what’s in front of you,” said Genia.Australia face Ireland next, and while the Grand Slam is the goal, the 5ft 9ins halfback has another challenge ahead of him – getting the Man of the Match trophy home. Theyre only allowed 20kg in the bag, and the prize itself weighs 20kg.“It’s bigger than me!” he said. :: Related Posts :: Australia too good for England at Twickenham Time: 04:10ADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Related Articles 81 WEEKS AGO scottish prop saves fire victim 84 WEEKS AGO New Rugby X tournament insane 112 WEEKS AGO Vunipola stands by his comments supporting… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedDoctors Stunned: This Removes Wrinkles Like Crazy! 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Shock result: Crusaders left to rue costly errors with win over Rebels not enough for final guarantee In a shock result, the Crusaders have failed to record the requisite winning margin needed over the Rebels to book themselves a spot in the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman final and are now reliant on the Blues dropping the ball against the Force. ‘I deliberately haven’t mentioned it too much this week’: Tim Sampson keeping mum ahead of Blues battle The Western Force aim to play the role of party poopers on Saturday when they take on the ladder-leading Blues at a venue that shall not be named. Highlanders player ratings vs Brumbies | Super Rugby Trans-Tasman The Highlanders have given themselves a decent shout at playing in the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman final. Who were the top dogs in what was effectively a semi-final showdown with the Brumbies? 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Emergency Council meeting sought as first signs of thaw emerge

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first_img Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Emergency Council meeting sought as first signs of thaw emerge RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter There are signs of a thaw beginning today, although Met Eireann is indicating it will be several days before the big freeze is over.All primary and secondary schools remain closed until Thursday, with several other institutions remaining closed today.After announcing at the weekend that it is no longer salting and gritting the road at Meenaroy, Donegal County Council is reviewing its gritting programme today.Meanwhile, Cllr Frank Mc Brearty has written to Mayor Brendan Byrne and County manager Michael Mc Loone this morning, seeking a special council meeting.He says there are access issues which need to be urgently addressed. Newsx Adverts Google+ WhatsApp Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey By News Highland – January 11, 2010 LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad alsocenter_img Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleNo let-up in Donegal water crisisNext articleTDs expenses back in spotlight as Blaney gets highest Donegal payment News Highland Facebook Facebook Google+ Pinterest Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Pinterest Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH last_img read more

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Students sell Nicaraguan goods in bookstore

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first_imgThe Nicaraguan-based Custom Elevation, a company founded by three Notre Dame students in 2012, continues to expand its sale of handicrafts to improve the lives of artisans.Co-founder and senior Christian Estrada, who is from Nicaragua, said Custom Elevation bases itself on the principle of fairness.“It is about giving the artisans a chance,” he said. “It is about letting them do what they love and getting paid fairly.”Estrada said the company has developed new handmade products since it began selling its goods at the Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore in April 2013.“We expanded our product line to fit the likes of our various customers,” Estrada said. “In the collegiate market, we have added the Salbeke Hand-woven Bag. We introduced this product in early December and have received quite a bit of attention.”The company introduced the new products after assessing the marketability of the Amaka Hammocks featured in the company’s first product launch.“The hammock has proven to be a very tough product to sell because of the lack of summertime activities around Notre Dame and the high price point due to royalty expenses, transportation and packaging,” Estrada said. “This is why we introduced the Salbeke.”Estrada said the artisans employed by Custom Elevation work out of a renovated building in the Nicaraguan city of Masaya, where the production of handicrafts stretches back many generations.“The conditions in Masaya in general are still very bad. Given that the artisan community is extensive, it will be hard to fix this problem right away, but our vision is to help change the lives of as many artisans as possible,” Estrada said. “By eventually expanding to more and more universities and institutions, we will be able to increase the size of our facility and the number of workers we employ.”Between business classes and collaboration with recent Notre Dame alumnus Roberto Pellas, Estrada said he has met with officials from Texas Christian University (TCU) and the University of Texas at Austin to market Custom Elevation’s products bearing the logos of each institution.“I just met with TCU’s licensing director and it went very well,” Estrada said. “We have basically secured a license with them and will most probably start selling at their bookstore around June.”In addition, Estrada said Custom Elevation has set its sights on the corporate logo market.“This will be pretty much like the collegiate market in that we will personalize our products with institutional logos,” he said. “We are also selling our generic products [without logos] at different boutiques in Nicaragua and here in the states.”Tags: Custom Elevationlast_img read more

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The old town on Hvar decided to ban the opening of new hostels

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first_imgStari Grad on the island of Hvar has decided to ban the opening of new hostels, with the aim of managing the development of quality and the offer of accommodation facilities.Namely, recently at the session of the City Council with the third amendments to the spatial plan of the city of Stari Grad, it was decided that it will no longer be possible to build or arrange existing real estate for the needs of hostels, reports Morning paper. The decision was made through the argument that guests staying in a hostel generally stay much shorter in the destination and spend much less. Therefore, the opening of new hostels in the Old Town is prohibited, and currently there are two existing hostels, with a capacity of about 200 beds.”We were not even sure if this idea would work for us, but we realized that we do not want to have “problems” like our colleagues in Hvar or Novalja, where mass party tourism has developed, as we would like. avoid. Stari Grad is a place with 2400 years old history and culture, the center is under UNESCO protection and we decided in time to intervene to direct tourism towards cultural tourism and high quality tourism. Mayor Antonio Škarpa told Jutarnji list.The decision to prohibit the construction or arrangement of existing real estate for the needs of hostels was included by the city fathers in Articles 89 and 90. Amendments to the Spatial Plan of the Old Town stating that “hotels, boarding houses and other catering and tourist buildings other than hostels may be built ”, And“ within the zones of catering and tourist purposes, only hotels, tourist resorts, camps and tourist moorings, such as pontoons, piers, piers and moorings, can be built or arranged ”.Photo: Stari Grad Tourist BoardThe attempt of the city authorities to influence the development of accommodation capacities of the destination is currently visible only in the case of hostels, and the city administration will announce measures to raise the quality of private accommodation in the near future. accommodation, offers and infrastructure.On the one hand, we can certainly praise the need and desire for strategic and sustainable development of the tourist destination, but on the other I must emphasize that such moves cannot be made through a single decision, ie by limiting only one part of the accommodation. Strategic and sustainable development must be defined through various elements and everyone must have a clear vision of destination development through the Master Plan for the development of a tourist destination. One-off measures can certainly never, even in this case, yield concrete results.Certainly, quality accommodation is one of the first preconditions for the development of high quality tourism, but the motive for coming is not accommodation but a tourist destination. So, from the arrangement and offer of the entire content of the tourist destination, and so of course the offer of quality accommodation. The first question is what kind of tourists do we want and what can we offer them, apart from the sun and the sea? Do we have facilities and offerings at that level that will satisfy their needs and desires? etc.… Without a long-term development strategy that accurately defines all processes, there is no quality and sustainable success.last_img read more

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Cricket News Asghar Afghan axed as Afghanistan skipper, Gulbadin Naib to lead side for ICC Cricket World Cup

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first_imgThe move to replace Asghar Afghan is indeed surprising considering the amount of success he has had as captain. His major contribution was in Afghanistan winning the ICC Cricket World Cup qualifier tournament in 2018 which was held in Zimbabwe. Afghanistan defeated West Indies in the final as they sealed their spots for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Asghar Afghan, who was earlier known as Asghar Stanikzai, captained in 56 matches and secured wins in 33 games.For Naib, who has played 52 ODIs, this will be the first time that he will captain Afghanistan any format. The departure of Asghar Afghan marks the end of a wonderful period when he helped Afghanistan to many memorable victories. In the one-off Test against Ireland at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Dehradun, Rahmat Shah’s 98 and 76 along with Asghar Afghan’s 67, which included six fours and four sixes, helped Afghanistan create history by winning their first-ever Test by seven wickets.Afghanistan has still not announced their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 squad. The side, who won a game in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup by beating Scotland by one wicket at the University Oval in Dunedin, will open their World Cup campaign against five-time champions Australia at Bristol on June 1. Afghanistan will open the World Cup campaign against Australia on June 1 in Bristol.Rahmat Shah, who hit 98 and 76 vs Ireland, will be the Test captain.Rashid Khan will be the Twenty20 skipper for Afghanistan. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The Afghanistan Cricket Board has announced a surprising decision with just over one and a half months to go for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 with Asghar Afghan, who led the side for four years after taking over the captaincy from Mohammad Nabi in 2015, being replaced by Gulbadin Naib. This, in effect, means Naib will lead the Afghanistan cricket team for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 which will be held in England starting from May 30. Taking to the official Twitter handle of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, the organisation in a press conference announced these details on their timeline.The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) announced split captaincy for all three formats, with Naib being the ODI captain and Rashid Khan being the vice-captain. In the Twenty20 format, Rashid will be the captain while Shafiqullah Shinwari will be the vice-captain. In Tests, Rahmat Shah, who played a starring role in the game against Ireland in Dehradun, has been appointed as the new skipper with Hashmat Shahidi the new vice-captain. highlightslast_img read more

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Republic unchanged for France showdown

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first_imgThis means that Stephen Ward has been deemed fit enough to start at left-back despite concerns over an ankle injury he sustained four days ago.Shane Long also maintains his run of starting all the Republic’s games in the tournament.The team is: Darren Randolph; Seamus Coleman, Shane Duffy, Richard Keogh, Stephen Ward; Robbie Brady, James McCarthy, Jeff Hendrick, James McLean; Shane Long, Daryl Murphy.Kick-off in Lyon is at 2 o’clock.last_img

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Victories for Clonoulty, Toomevara, Moyle Rovers & Kiladangan in local action

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first_imgFormer inter county hurler Timmy Hammersly was brought on, and Clonoulty totally dominated play in the last quarter – They pushed on to win 1-14 to 1-9. Clonoulty Rossmore were crowned West Senior Hurling Champions last evening, with a five point victory over Eire Og Annacarthy.Nothing could separate the sides in the first half, with Eire Og leading by just a single point into the break.The point for point trend continued in the second half, and a goal from Donal O’ Dwyer for Annacarthy still couldn’t put daylight between the sides. Photo © Tipp FMcenter_img Both teams are safely through to the County Quarter finals having recently come out on top of each of their groups.===Meanwhile the line up for the Seamus O Riain senior hurling quarter finals are now known.Toomevara, Roscrea, JK Bracken’s and Holycross have reached the last 4.The wind dominated in both games in Nenagh, whereToomevara ran out convincing victors over Silvermines – 22 points to 1-6.Roscrea beat Templederry Kenyons 4-19 to 2-19.Meanwhile Jk Bracken’s beat Lorrha Dorrha 2.19 to 2.16 and Holycross Ballycvahill beat Clonakenny on a final scoreline of 2.18 to 2.14.===Seamus O Riain Relegation:Moycarkey-Borris 4-16 Borrisokane 2-14Knockavilla 0.14 Ballingarry 4.16===Borrisoleigh were up against Carrick Swans, In the preliminary county senior hurling quarter final in Cashel, where they led 1-4 to 1-12 at half timeThat game finished up Borrisoleigh 3-15 to Carrick Swans 2-5.Borrisoleigh go on the face Loughmore Castleiney in the county quarter finals.===In Newport, it finished….Kiladangan 1 – 20 Ballina 1 – 10 in the first part of the round robin===In the South senior football semi final replay :Moyle Rovers overcame Killenaule by a single point in Fethard.It finished 8 points to 7 in favour of Moyle Roverslast_img read more

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