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SEHA Round 4 review

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The SEHA Regional league is slowly getting into shape and the initial problems seem to be a distant past. The round 4 went smoothly, with small surprise in Skopje, where Metalurg drew at home against Nexe, while Zagreb, Tatran, Vardar and Metaloplastika won.Tatran Presov 39:30 Izvidjac – The Slovakians showed why they are one of the favorites in this league, and they proved it with a high-scoring home win against Izvidjac.Borac 24:29 Zagreb – Borac had the support of 5000 home fans, but it wasn’t enough to beat Zagreb, who justified their favorite role in this game and won it with 29:24.Metaloplastika 25:22 Bosna – Bosna is experiencing hard times. After a big defeat at home against Kadetten in the Champions League, now the team lost in the SEHA to Metaloplastika ,and to make the situation worse, next weekend they are playing Zagreb away in the Champions League.Metalurg 26:26 Nexe – Very even game throughout the whole 60 minutes. In the last second Nexe had 9 meters from which they scored, but the referees from Serbia denied the goal by saying he scored with “holding-up”, and the teams shared the points in the end, tied.Vardar 33:23 Sutjeska – Vardar were big favorites in this game, and in “Kale” in front of their home crowd they scored a comfortable win, 10 goals victory over Sutjeska, 33:23. ← Previous Story Bundesliga: Hamburg with a hard-fought victory Next Story → Niklas Landin: “Rhein Neckar Lowen because of Omeyer” read more

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Guinness Facebook and drink driving The week in numbers

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first_imgEVERY WEEK, TheJournal.ie offers a selection of statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed.€230 million – The value of Ireland’s food and drink exports to Russia last year. Russia has now banned most EU food from the country.€75 million – The amount that Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone is to pay to avoid facing trial on bribery charges.€1.5 million – The amount that Ireland is donating to fight famine in South Sudan, the world’s youngest country.204,000 – The number of flights that went in and out of Ireland’s five main airports last year.25,000 – The number of people who have signed up to support a lawsuit against Facebook over the company’s alleged violations of its users’ privacy.440 – The number of visitors to Ireland last year who reported a crime.165 – The number of people sent to jail in Ireland last year for drink driving offences.35 – The number of years it took an Argentine campaigner to track down her grandson who was kidnapped during the country’s brutal military dictatorship.29 – The number of complaints received by SIPO, the political ethics watchdog, last year compared to 427 the year before.9.8% – That’s what the ESRI predicts Ireland’s unemployment rate will fall to by next year. The current unemployment rate is 11.5%.6% – The drop in sales of Guinness in America over the last year. The company is introducing a new lager in the US to attract a new market.3 – The number of years fugitive intelligence operative Edward Snowden has been given to live in Russia.3 – The number of points by which Ireland’s women’s rugby team beat New Zealand at the World Cup on Tuesday – the  first time the Black Ferns have lost in more than two decades.Want more? Check out our previous ‘In numbers’ pieces >last_img read more

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