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Rok shows 18% rise at year-end

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Highlights of the Week

first_imgAll Set for Marcus Hook Range Dredging WorkThe U.S. Coast Guard said in its latest release that they are establishing three safety zones to facilitate the Philadelphia to Sea Dredging Maintenance Project which includes the dredging works in the Delaware River from May 12 through September 1, 2017. Seatools Presents DipMate Backhoe Dredging Monitoring SystemsSeatools, a Dutch subsea technology company, has introduced the fourth-generation DipMate® backhoe dredging monitoring and control systems. Image source: BoskalisDredging Today brings you an overview of the most popular stories from the past week (May 8-14, 2017). Mildura Maintenance Project Includes DredgingWork will start next week on a major maintenance program at the Mildura South Wetlands to ensure they continue to function properly, the Mildura Rural City Council just announced.center_img Caterpillar to Power the World’s Largest Split Hopper DredgerCaterpillar Marine has just announced that the world’s largest split hopper dredger is being built with a complete Cat® engine and propulsion package. Boskalis Reports Lower Revenues, Increased Order BookRoyal Boskalis Westminster N.V. has just released its latest trading update, saying that the market picture for the coming period would be characterized by continued lower volumes of work and pressure on both utilization levels and margins.last_img read more

Klopp: Liverpool will snub FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury

first_imgAfter having to play a very young team against Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup Quarter-Final due to requirements to play in the Club World Cup two days later, Liverpool are looking at another scheduling problem for them.After Shrewsbury came back to draw 2-2 against Liverpool in the FA Cup Fourth Round, the replays are set for the first week of February, either the 4th or 5th of February. Jurgen Klopp has said that he won’t manage Liverpool against Shrewsbury in their FA Cup Fourth Round replay. The match is scheduled for the first week of February which is in the Premier League’s new mid-season break.Advertisement Loading… Read Also: Adama Traore: Liverpool are the best in Europe“We will not be there and it will be the kids. I know that is not very popular…The Premier League asked us to respect the winter break, and that is what we will do.”“We have to respect the players’ welfare…They need a rest, a mental rest and physical rest. That is what the winter break is about…We had to make these decisions before because players have families.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img However, the new Premier League mid-season break is set to take place from the 2nd of February to the 16th of February. The mid-season break came after countless arguments for years regarding England’s lack of winter break that occurs in the majority of the European Leagues.Speaking about the schedule congestion, Klopp was angry about it, hoping for a break for his already fatigued players.The replay will be Liverpool’s 41st game of the Season, an average of a game every five days, and a game just under every four days for the past two months. Liverpool have been dealt a very poor hand in the Domestic Cups this Season. Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBoys Deserve More Than Action-Hero Role Models6 Best 90’s Action Movies From Your ChildhoodCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Best Car Manufacturers In The WorldWhat’s Up With All The Female Remakes?What Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricaneslast_img read more

Leona Augusta Keller, 53

first_imgLeona Augusta Keller, 53, of Greensburg passed away on August 11, 2020 at St. Francis. She was born on June 10, 1967 in Monticello, Kentucky the daughter of Earl and Violet (Wyatt) Starks. On June 4, 1984 she married Marvin Keller and together they had four children: Carl, Derick, Chad and Charla. Leona worked at Valeo and previously worked at the Odd Fellows Nursing Home as a CNA. Leona’s best days were spent surrounded by family or playing bingo. She could satisfy any sweet tooth with a slice of her famous chocolate pie or potato candy. Leona will be remembered for her kind and giving heart, her endless and unconditional love for her husband and family and for spoiling her grandkids.Survivors include: Husband, Marvin Keller; Children, Carl Keller, Derick Keller, Chad (Courtney) Keller, and Charla Fogle; Grandchildren, Austin Locke, Brad Keller, Bryce Keller, Brayden Keller, Trenton Fogle, Blaine Keller, Konnor Fogle, Gavin Keller, Brayla Fogle, and Grayson Keller; Siblings, Eva Bell, Earl Starks, Jr., Kevin Starks, and Curtis Starks. She was preceded in death by her parents.A visitation for family and friends will be held at the Gilliland Howe Funeral Home on Friday, August 14, 2020 from 11:00 am until the time of the funeral at 1:00 pm. Guests are asked to follow the CDC Precautions are Rev. Nathan Muncie will be officiating. Memorial contributions can be made to the Family. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.comlast_img read more

Brazil soccer great Carlos Alberto dead at 72

first_img(REUTERS)-Carlos Alberto, who scored one of the greatest goals in World Cup history while captaining Brazil to glory in the 1970 final against Italy, has died aged 72 following a heart attack.The marauding right back scored his team’s fourth goal in a 4-1 win over Italy in Mexico’s Azteca Stadium, a thumping drive that ended a move involving eight players, before hoisting the Jules Rimet trophy as Brazil won the title for the third time.“I am saddened by the death of my friend and brother Carlos Alberto, our beloved Captain, and I remember the times that we were together at Santos, Brazil and the (New York) Cosmos, where we formed a winning partnership,” Pele said in one of the many tributes from former greats.Carlos Alberto was a classy defender who played for Fluminense, Santos, Flamengo and the Cosmos and earned the nickname ‘The Captain’ for his leadership qualities.He won his first titles at Fluminense in his home city of Rio de Janeiro.However, his best days were at Santos where, alongside his friend Pele, he won two first division titles and five Sao Paulo state trophies.The full back was also one of the first major football talents to play in the U.S.,when he joined the Cosmos.“We’re deeply saddened by the loss of Carlos Alberto, a legendary player and wonderful person,” The New York club said on Twitter. “He’ll always remain part of the Cosmos family.”LEADING ROLEAfter returning to Brazil as a coach, he led Flamengo to the Brazilian first division title in 1983 and Fluminense to the Rio de Janeiro state championship in 1984.On retiring from the game,Carlos Alberto worked as a commentator and brand ambassador, but will always be remembered for his leading role in the 1970 Brazil side, which is often referred to as the greatest football team of all time.He captained a group of players who went to Mexico,with little time to gel,and under a new manager.Carlos Alberto was a natural leader, even in a side that boasted all-time greats such as Tostao, Gerson, Rivellino and Jairzinho as well as Pele.Many of the players were captains at their clubs but they preferred to be led by Carlos Alberto, who had poise and presence and was not averse to dressing down his more celebrated teammates.Tributes poured in from around the football world with football’s governing body FIFA calling the defender a “born leader” and the Brazilian Football Confederation announcing a minute’s silence before this weekend’s fixtures.“Carlos Alberto Torres was an example of guts and leadership,” Brazil’s President Michel Temer said on Twitter. “I’m saddened by the loss of the captain who led Brazil to their third World Cup win.”last_img read more

The Pac-12 to play only conference games in fall sports

first_imgThe Pac-12 to play only conference games in fall sports July 10, 2020 Associated Press center_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Pac-12 to play only conference games in fall sports.last_img

Defense holds strong, Gordon carries Badgers rest of way to statement win

first_imgThe Wisconsin football team has struggled in important games recently, but Saturday it found the right answers against No. 16 Nebraska.However, the game didn’t start clean for the No. 20 Badgers (8-2 overall, 5-1 Big Ten), as they allowed three of the first four Cornhusker drives to start on their side of the field. UW wide receiver Kenzel Doe fumbled on the Badgers’ first offensive possession, and a short punt by Bart Houston put the ball on UW’s 43-yard line for the Huskers’ second drive. Wisconsin’s fourth drive resulted in another turnover, this time by Melvin Gordon, which put Nebraska deep in Badgers’ territory again at the UW 30-yard line.Nebraska converted the good field position and turnovers into a 17-3 advantage with just 54 seconds gone in the second quarter. Coupled with a offense that had recorded just 82 yards up until that point—42 of which came on one run from Melvin Gordon— Wisconsin was in a tight spot.But after allowing 93 total yards and 17 points through the first quarter and change, the Wisconsin defense buckled down and shut down the Nebraska offense the rest of the way to help spur the 59-24 shellacking.“I’m really proud of how we responded to sudden change,” linebacker Derek Landisch said. “We got in some tough situations and that’s the game of football.”The Badgers defensive unit went on to allow just 87 more yards throughout the rest of the game after the second Huskers’ touchdown. The stark change of play had a lot to do with Wisconsin’s perseverance, which has changed since the first game of the year.“I think that says a lot about how we’ve developed throughout the year. LSU, I saw a lot of heads down, a lot of guys feeling sorry for themselves,” Landisch said. “But it was 17-3, we were all positive on the bench. We knew that once we could get good field position, we knew that we have a good shot of stopping them and that’s what happened.”Although the matchup featured two highly lauded rushing attacks, the Huskers had the better of the success on the ground through the first quarter. Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah and quarterback Tommy Armstrong combined to run an efficient option attack that led to the two touchdowns and 74 rushing yards after the first 15 minutes.But that’s when the Badgers’ defense began to clamp down, and the rushing duo managed just 12 more net yards in the final three quarters.With Armstrong struggling in the passing attack, Wisconsin increased the pressure at the line of scrimmage, which allowed little running room and a more frequent Wisconsin presence in the Huskers’ backfield.The pressure also resulted in one of the bigger plays in the game that helped shift the momentum toward Wisconsin. After UW had cut the lead to 17-10, Gordon fumbled near the midpoint of the second quarter to give the ball back to the Huskers near midfield. But this time Wisconsin defense didn’t allow the turnover to translate into any points.And four plays later, the Badgers forced a turnover of their own when defensive lineman Warren Herring stripped the ball from Nebraska running back Terrell Newby. Linebacker Joe Schobert pounced on the loose ball, and the Wisconsin offense turned the miscue into a touchdown to tie the game.The defense, which has helped the Badgers outscore opponents 139-37 in the second half this season, including 35-7 Saturday, again turned it on when Wisconsin needed it most.“It really proves to people that as the game goes along and gets in the third and fourth quarter, that our defense actually gets stronger,” linebacker Marcus Trotter said. “I’m very proud of this defense but at the same time we got a lot of work to do. We got to start faster.”Trotter and the other linebackers helped anchor a Wisconsin defense that sacked Armstrong four times throughout the contest, and more impressively forced five turnovers.The Badgers came into Saturday as the top defense in the country in terms of total yards allowed, but had struggled to create turnovers. That changed in the second half when Wisconsin forced four of the five gaffes, which helped it bury the Huskers down the stretch.According to Trotter, the defense’s performance, especially after the first quarter, was the signature performance it needed in the spotlight.“Hopefully after this game we start getting more respect nationally for our defense,” Trotter said. “I think we may be the only number one total defense in the country that never really got respect. Just with how we performed, hopefully people realize that our defense is for real.”With the defense firing on all cylinders in the final 45 minutes, it provided the necessary momentum to boost Wisconsin to an improbable turnaround. The defense also helped mask the early turnover woes from Gordon, as the Heisman hopeful rode the momentum created by the key turnover into one of the greatest single game performances in NCAA history, finishing with a NCAA major college record 408 rushing yards.The combination of a stingy defense and a potent rushing attack helped the Badgers to their first win over a ranked team since a victory against Northwestern last October. The triumph also came in the thick of the Big Ten West Division race, and marked the first win for Wisconsin where both teams were ranked since 2011.Wisconsin improved its winning streak to five games, but more importantly, the Badgers staked their claim as the front runner in the West in one of their biggest and most impressive wins in recent memory.“From the beginning of the season, there’s going to be some point where you have to face adversity, and we understand that,” Gordon said. “That’s just how the game works. We’re coached to be ready for it. [If] we get to the Big Ten Championship, [this season would] be exactly what I thought it out to be.”last_img read more

ESSA relaunches as International Betting Integrity Association

first_img Submit Real Betis selects Betway as its official shirt sponsor August 10, 2020 Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Related Articles ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 Share In a move to better reflect the global debate surrounding betting and integrity, ESSA has confirmed that it will be relaunching as the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) with immediate effect.The relaunched betting integrity body will focus upon the representation of regulated sports betting operators across 50 different brands set to provide information to its monitoring and alert platform. Khalid Ali, Secretary General of the International Betting Integrity Association, commented on the news: “The new name communicates who we are, what we do and where we want to be. The association has been active across six continents in recent years, with almost half of our alerts coming from outside of Europe. “This activity will only increase as gambling markets around the world continue to open up to regulation. The debate is global and our strategic focus must evolve in line with that.”The association currently acts as a prominent figurehead in the promotion of integrity across the regulated sports betting industry. It utilises collective action through its Monitoring & Alert Platform as a means to allow operators and industry stakeholders to report suspicious activity on its members’ betting markets.Working alongside sports bodies such as FIFA, UEFA, the TIU and the IOC, the IBIA monitors transactional activity linked to individual accounts and uses this data to collaborate with regulators in preventing corruption.Jon Russell, non-executive Chair of the association’s Board and Head of Global Trading at Betway, explained: “Our members represent a sizeable part of the worldwide regulated betting market and their business strategies reflect global ambitions. “Integrity has become a key regulatory issue in that market debate, with membership of a monitoring body a licensing requirement in some cases.” Russell added: “Betting and integrity are now inseparable and I encourage all responsible operators to join us and take advantage of the multifaceted business benefits membership brings.”last_img read more

Turkey 2013: Duncan and Narh dropped against USA

first_imgGhana U-20 Coach Sellas “Bobo” Tetteh has made two critical changes in his line-up for the must-win FIFA U20 World Cup tie against the United States of America on Thursday.The 2009 title winning coach has made two changes to his starting eleven leaving Inter Milan midfielder Alfred Duncan on the bench.Duncan, 20, has had his place taken by Tema Youth midfielder Moses Odjer.Francis Narh’s inability to link up well with Richmond Boakye-Yiadom in attack has cost him his place as Ebenezer Assifuah moves in to take his place.The central defensive pairing of Joseph Attamah and Lawrence Lartey is retained while Baba Rahman and Richmond Nketiah play from the left and right full-back respectively.Odjer comes in to join Seidu Salifu, Clifford Aboagye and Frank Acheampong in midfield. Ghana must record an emphatic victory over USA to stand any chance of progressing to the next stage of the competition after failing to win any of their opening two games of the tournament.Ghana line-up:1.Eric Antwi13.Richmond Nketia14.Lawrence Lartey4.Joseph Attamah5.Baba Rahman8.Seidu Salifu19.Moses Odjer7.Frank Acheampong10. Clifford Aboagye20.Richmond Boakye17.Ebenezer Assifuahlast_img read more

Sumner County Court Docket: May 13 report

first_imgState of Kansas v. Corey Smith — Case No: 15 CR 119.Date of birth: 1979 Address: Wichita.Charges:Count 1 – Possession methamphetamine, Level 5 drug felony.Count 2 – Possession of drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: April 22, 2015.Case description: Smith is accused of having a baggy of methamphetamine in his pocket when he was arrested for misdemeanor drug charges.He also allegedly had a small quantity of marijuana in his backpack at the Kansas Star Casino and a marijuana pipe in his pocket. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury unless specified otherwise. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.•••••State of Kansas v. Justin Wayne Corter — Case No: 15 CR 117.Date of birth: April 24, 2015 Address: Wellington.Charges:Count 1 – Aggravated Battery, Level 7 felony.Count 2 – Interference with law enforcement officer, Level 9 felony.Count 3 – Criminal Damage to property, Class B misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: April 24, 2015.Case description: Corter is accused of causing bodily harm to his brother Jeremy Corter with a black-handle Gerber flip knife with a silver blade in a manner that can cause great bodily harm. He also allegedly kicked objects and spit on a law enforcement officer while being arrested. Corter then allegedly destroyed a box fan valued less than $1,000.The court ordered that he was to have no contact with his brother.•••••State of Kansas v. Derrick Avery— Case No: 15 CR 118.Date of birth: 1993 Address: Wellington.Charges:Count 1 – Criminal Damage to Property, Class B misdemeanor.Count 2 – Possession of marijuana, Class A misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: April 27, 2015.Case description: Avery is accused of punching a car door of another person by placing a dent and causing about $200 in damage. He also allegedly had marijuana in his pocket during his arrest. State of Kansas v. Darry Mead — Case No: 15 CR 121.Date of birth: 1995 Address: Belle PlaineCharges:Count 1 – Minor in consumption, misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: May 2, 2015.Case description: Mead is accused of having alcohol while driving a 2008 white Chevy on Northeast Lake Road.center_img State of Kansas v. Deward Burrows— Case No: 15 CR 120Date of birth: 1981 Address: Wellington.Charges:Count 1 – Possession of firearm by convicted felon, level 8 felony.Date of alleged crime: March 15, 2015.Case description: Burrows is accused of possessing a Smith & Wesson 9 mm pistol after having been convicted of a felony during a robbery in Arkansas on Aug. 18, 2010 and was not to have a firearm for 10 years.Burrows allegedly possessed and shot the pistol into the riverbed from the bridge on Meridian Street in Sumner County.last_img read more