Flyers outrun Mustangs

first_imgThe Hythe Mustangs proved to be good competition for the Flyers on Saturday night.The Flyers won the game 5-2, but it was one of the closer games Fort St. John has played this year.The Mustangs showed up with a full bench, and ready to play, which was exactly what the Flyers and their fans at the NPA had been hoping for.  While the Mustangs may have been outskilled, they have matched any team in the league for work ethic all year long, and that alone was enough to make for a good game to watch.- Advertisement -The Flyers opened the scoring, with a Brett Loney powerplay point shot, that went over the net, off the end boards, back of the top of the net, and then off the Mustangs goalie and in.  Late in the first, Lane Latendre evened the score, with a goal generated by some good offensive pressure from Hythe.Like it has been all season long, the Flyers made their bread in the second period.  This night, they would get only two goals in the middle frame, scored by Kip Noble, and Paul Wiens (on a breakaway beautifully set up by Kip Noble).Clayton Bahm extended the lead to 3 goals early in the third, capitalizing on a two-man advantage by firing home a loose puck at the side of the set, to make the game 4-1.  Soon after, Bahm’s linemate Jeff Shipton got into the action, not with a goal, but a fight with Hythe’s Justin Paul.  Ian Munro also got his hands dirty, flipping the mitts with Dustin Oakford.Advertisement The Mustangs refused to back down, and it seemed like a Lane Latendre goal (his second) might make a game of it.  But soon after, Kip Noble fed Jeff Fast on a long outlet pass, and Fast showed great patience to wait for Noble to catch up, and fed him for Noble’s second of the game, to seal it for the Flyers.The game ended 5-2 FSJ, with the shots 32-24 in favour of the home team.  The Flyers went 3-8 on the powerplay, and will look forward to another game against Hythe, on Tuesday January 13th in Hythe – live on Moose FM.The Flyers have one game on the first weekend in January, in Valleyview, and then will take the following weekend off from NPHL hockey, for another exhibition series with the Stony Plain Eagles, in Dawson Creek (Jan !0th & 11th)last_img read more

Brills and Webb Named MVC Women’s Tennis Doubles Team of the Week

first_imgBrills and Webb went 2-0 for the week and helped Drake win the doubles point in both of its matches. They topped Illinois State’s Jana Kustkova and Ivon Mihaleva, 6-4 and then capped of the weekend with a 6-4 win over Bradley’s Malini Wijesinghe and Alexa Malini. The Bulldogs close out the regular season on Sunday, April 22 at Missouri State. First serve is set for 10 a.m. Print Friendly Version ST. LOUIS – Drake University’s Summer Brills and Megan Webb were named Missouri Valley Conference Women’s Tennis Doubles Team of the Week, the league office announced Tuesday.last_img

Women’s Dress for Summer

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Photos: Former Raiders lineman selling Oakland Hills mansion

first_imgFormer Oakland Raiders offensive tackle Langston Walker is selling his Oakland Hills home for $2.25 million, reports the L.A. Times.Click here if viewing from a mobile device.The four-bed, five-bath home spans 4,022 square feet and has easy access to the hopping Broadway Terrace and Rockridge areas. The home features a media room, in-law unit, courtyard, and panoramic views of three bridges, among many other amenities.Walker purchased it in 2007 for $1.85 million, according to public …last_img

Photo library: Countryside 16

first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Countryside contact sheet (1.6MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Oudtshoorn, Western Cape province: Carved ostrich eggs for sale on an ostrich farm. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Oudtshoorn, Western Cape province: Ostrich leather handbags for sale on an ostrich farm. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Oudtshoorn, Western Cape province: Ostrich leather shoes for sale on an ostrich farm. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Oudtshoorn, Western Cape province: Ostrich feather boas on an ostrich farm. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Western Cape province:Mohair-producing Angora goats on a farm near Oudtshoorn.Photo: Rodger Bosch,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Western Cape province: Mohair-producing Angora goats on a farm near Oudtshoorn.Photo: Rodger Bosch,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Western Cape province: Mohair-producing Angora goats on a farm near Oudtshoorn.Photo: Rodger Bosch,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Western Cape province:The Outeniqua Mountains.Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Western Cape province:The old Outeniqua Pass road, on the way to the town of Herold.Photo: Rodger Bosch,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image COUNTRYSIDE 16: {loadposition cs}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at [email protected]last_img read more

Activation Gallery – Port Elizabeth

first_imgOn Friday 14 August, Brand South Africa handed over prizes worth R50 000 to Cowen High School in Port Elizabeth. Cowen High School were the victors in the school debate competition hosted by Umhlobo Wenene and Brand South Africa on 16 June.Through its Play Your Part programme, Brand South Africa aims to encourage South Africans to contribute actively and positively to the development of their communities. Brand South Africa therefore recognises Cowen High School’s achievement in positively contributing to the education of their learners.In order to continuously develop the country’s competitiveness, it’s imperative that the youth are equipped with skills and education. Cowen High School has demonstrated how they are actively contributing to addressing the goals set out in the National Development Plan (NDP). It is for this reason that Brand South Africa takes its hat off to Cowen High School. One of the many goals set out in the NDP is to improve the school system by increasing the number of learners achieving above 50% in literacy and mathematics as well as increasing student retention rates to 90%.Brand South Africa awarded Cowen High School with R50 000 worth of prizes comprising a public address (PA) system and six laptops. The school’s principal Mr T Dolley says: “The PA system will help educators communicate more clearly and effectively with students during assembly”. He adds that the laptops will assist the learners to further develop their information technology skills.As part of Brand South Africa’s Constitution Mondays campaign, learners were asked to recite the preamble of the constitution at assembly. The Constitution Mondays campaign asks all schools, on the first day of every month, to hoist the flag, read the preamble to the Constitution and sing the national anthem. This campaign, aims to see school learners and civil society groups throughout the country participate in constitutional awareness.Thoko Modise, Manager: Civil Society at Brand South Africa says: “My proudest moment was watching the school choir singing the Freedom Charter Song and reciting the preamble of the constitution. This is what we are striving for as Brand South Africa, that all learners realise the importance of the constitution and what it stands for.”last_img read more

Two men threatened, forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ in Aurangabad

first_imgTwo men were allegedly threatened and forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ in Aurangabad city by some unidentified persons, the second such incident here in the last four days, the police said on Monday.The incident, which took place on Sunday night at Azad Chowk, triggered tension in the area, following which police stepped up security.A case has been registered and search is on to nab the miscreants, an official said.Shaikh Amer (24), a delivery boy with food ordering app Zomato, and his friend Shaikh Nasir (26) were waiting to hire an auto-rickshaw when four to five men in a car allegedly intercepted them, abused their religious identity and threatened to kill them if they did not say ‘Jai Shri Ram’, he said.The two men, out of fear, then chanted ‘Jai Shri Ram’, the police official said, adding that later on seeing some passersby, those in the car fled.The incident was captured on a CCTV camera and the footage is being examined to identify the car, the official said, adding that it was not clear if the miscreants were armed.Commissioner of Police Chiranjeev Prasad told reporters that “a complaint has been received of two youths being intercepted and forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ by four to five men in a car.”last_img read more

VARO GoodFuels to Scale Biofuel Availability in Rotterdam

first_imgzoomMaasvlakte. Image Courtesy: Port of Rotterdam/Kees Torn Reinplus Fiwado Bunker, a subsidiary of VARO Energy, has agreed with Netherlands-based GoodFuels to extended their partnership with the aim of improving availability of bio fuel oil (BFO) to deep sea vessels leaving from Rotterdam.The new deep sea proposition, which will help to improve the sustainability of the segment, is based on extending the availability of GoodFuels’ bio fuel oil, which the company launched in autumn 2018.The new partnership will see VARO help scale the sourcing, production, blending and distribution of GoodFuels BFO across the Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp (ARA) region. GoodFuels would continue to focus on the sourcing of sustainable feedstocks for the BFO, and the sale, marketing and product development of new sustainable fuel solutions.BFO is a direct drop-in replacement for heavy fuel oil, containing no sulphur and 90% less carbon when compared to traditional fossil-based fuels such as heavy fuel oil. Biofuels are suitable for every type of vessel, without requiring any modifications to engine room equipment.The move extends the steps taken by VARO and GoodFuels last year to form a partnership focused on scaling sustainable marine biofuels for the European inland shipping market.“Due to upcoming IMO spec changes and stricter emission requirements, the demand for alternative shipping fuels is increasing. We are proud to now also provide sustainable biofuels to deep sea clients, alongside our inland shipping customers,” Ben van Kol, Managing Director of REINPLUS FIWADO Bunker, said.last_img read more