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Ramdin among new Patriots signings

first_imgBASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC):ST KITTS AND Nevis Patriots have made some significant changes to their line-up for the upcoming Caribbean Premier League (CPL) season. Captain Carlos Brathwaite has gone to the Jamaica Tallawahs, while the Patriots have let go of head coach Robin Singh and signed Windies wicketkeeper-batsman Denesh Ramdin.The major changes to the franchise’s set-up were announced yesterday in a statement which said they had retained six of their 2019 CPL players from the Caribbean, and signed Ramdin. He has transferred from the Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) after four years with his home franchise, where he won the 2017 and 2018 titles.Ramdin, whose departure from TKR was revealed by that franchise on Tuesday, joins Windies players Rayad Emrit, Evin Lewis, Sheldon Cottrell, Fabian Allen and Alzarri Joseph, and emerging player, Barbadian Dominic Drakes.International retentions and signings are expected to be announced at a later date.With the departure of former Windies Twenty20 International skipper Brathwaite, who was among Patriots’ leading scorers during his time with the franchise, 39-year-old all-rounder Emrit will serve as captain. REPLACEMENT HEAD COACH The franchise also named Australian Simon Helmot to replace Singh as head coach for the upcoming season.Emrit said he was “very excited to be part of the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots for a second season”.“I think that the team that is selected this year is going to be a very exciting one,” he said. “I am very excited to be named as captain. It’s always an honour and a privilege to lead a franchise. Our new coach, Simon Helmot, knows the CPL and he knows how to win titles. He and I are going to work very hard to get the team to the finals,” he added.The eighth staging of the CPL is set for August 19 to September 26, but with the spread of COVID-19 leading to the postponement, suspension, and cancellation of sports across the globe, it is unsure whether the event will go ahead as planned.CPL organisers say they are watching the global pandemic closely and are liaising with medical advisers and governments to make a decision on the tournament as soon as possible.Along with Patriots and TKR, the other teams set to compete this year are Guyana Amazon Warriors, St Lucia Zouks, Jamaica Tallawahs and reigning champions Barbados Tridents.last_img read more

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The separation became a fact for one of the most beloved…

first_img©One of the most famous sports couples in Bulgaria is already in the past. The “Golden Girl” Madeleine Radukanova and the taekwondo fighter Kaloyan Binev are separated.The gymnast from the ensemble and Slavi Binev’s son ended their relationship in the spring. The charming Madeleine recently admitted about the separation. In class fans when asked “Do you have a boyfriend”, she answered briefly and clearly “No”. In addition, the two have deleted all their shared photos on the social network.Madeleine and Kaloyan had been together for about two years. Their relationship began at the end of 2017, the two met alongside Kaloyan’s sister – Elena, who was Madeleine’s teammate. At first they hid their relationship, but after half a year together they revealed their relationship. They were madly in love and supported each other. Kaloyan followed her favorite at her competitions in Bulgaria. She, on the other hand, met him at the airport several times after successes abroad. The two shared a big dream – Olympic medals. What is the reason for their separation is not clear, but it is a surprise for many writes “Hotarena”.The daughter of the football coach Milen Radukanov was part of the individual national team, but decided to join the selection of the ensemble in the summer of 2016. The beauty was chosen by the new coach of the representative team Vessela Dimitrova together with Kaloyan’s sister – Elena.Kaloyan’s sports career is also at a very high level. The son of the former MP and MEP Slavi Binev has impressed with his success since childhood and can now boast a European title.last_img read more

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Utes turn game over to Colorado, drop to 0-3

first_imgAs if it couldn’t get any worse for the beleaguered Utah basketball team, it did Tuesday night with another loss at the Huntsman Center.After dropping their first two games to supposedly lesser opponents, the Utes lost to a team that had been beaten by a combined 79 points to other Mountain West Conference teams in the past week.Colorado defeated the Utes 60-59 as Jermyl Jackson-Wilson sank a free throw with 2.1 seconds left after being fouled in backcourt. The Utes were able to get a shot off, but Lawrence Borha’s try from 25 feet missed at the buzzer.It marks the first time since 1970 that the Utes have lost three straight games to open the season.”We took a step in the right direction defensively,” said Utah coach Ray Giacoletti, who had been disappointed with the Utes’ defense in the previous games.”But we’ve just to find a way down the stretch to get a defensive stop and get a great look at the offensive end or get to the free throw line. We didn’t give ourselves a chance either way.”The Buffaloes (2-2), who beat Utah by 24 points in Boulder last year, had lost to New Mexico by 41 and Air Force by 38 last week after beating Denver at home. They played better Tuesday, according to coach Ricardo Patton, but the Utes felt this one was there for the taking.”We’re really disappointed with the loss, but we’ve improved our last two games,” said Luke Nevill, who had a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds.Besides Nevill, Johnnie Bryant led the Utes with 20 points, including 6-of-9 from 3-point range, while Shaun Green added 11 points and six rebounds off the bench.Colorado was led by Richard Roby with 22 points and seven rebounds, while freshmen Kalvin Bay and Jermyl Jackson-Wilson scored 11 and 10 points, respectively.The game was up for grabs in the final minute after Nevill’s two free throws tied the score at 59. Roby was called for an offensive foul against Green, but the Utes turned the ball over with 25 seconds left when Borha’s pass to Green was stolen by Marcus King-Stockton.With just under 10 seconds left King-Stockton’s shot from the low block was rejected by Nevill and the Utes pushed the ball the other way. But Ricky Johns lost the ball near the 3-point line and after Jackson-Wilson corralled it, Borha fouled him from behind.After trailing 26-22 at the half, the Utes quickly caught up behind the shooting of Bryant, who sank three 3-pointers in the first six minutes to pull the Utes into a 33-33 tie. A 7-0 run gave the Utes a 48-44 lead and they led 55-51 before back-to-back 3-pointers by Roby and Xavier Silas put Colorado up 57-55 with 2:58 left. Green scored inside and after Roby hit a jumper, Nevill tied the game at 59. UTE NOTES: The Utes will play Rice Saturday night at the Huntsman Center. Tipoff is 6 p.m. to accommodate fans coming from the Utah-BYU football game … David Foster, the 7-foot-2 freshman from California who was expected to redshirt, made his first appearance of the season. He played five minutes, scored two points with a rebounds and a blocked shot … Giacoletti tried to a new starting lineup Tuesday — Bryant, Nevill, Borha, Stephen Weigh and Daniel Deane. Weigh, who came in averaging 14 points, went scoreless in 24 minutes … Chris Grant, who started the first two games, didn’t get in the game, although 11 players saw action … The Utes struggled in the first half, shooting just 26 percent, but they shot 64.7 percent in the second half to finish at 42.5 percent. E-mail: sor@desnews.comlast_img read more

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Daphne Oz’s cookbook aims for weekend cooking on weekdays

first_imgLOS ANGELES (AP) — Weekday cooking is fast, frazzled and too often defrosted. Weekend cooking, at its best, is relaxed, fresh and tempting.Daphne Oz seeks to close the gap in her new book, “The Happy Cook,” with 125 recipes that she says are practical enough for Monday through Friday while still tasty and adaptable enough to satisfy a variety of eaters and food concerns.For TV’s “The Chew” co-host, cooking at its best is an act of love and personal fulfillment, something she learned from her mother and grandmother.She marvels at their “ability to be happy cooks, to have fun in the kitchen, to see it as release and freedom and as a place that was about them having confidence, and being a little bit wild and crazy,” said Oz, daughter of doctor-TV personality Mehmet Oz (“The Dr. Oz Show”).Her cookbook has recipes including 10-minute breakfast tacos; balsamic onion and pear grilled cheese sandwiches; sweet corn ravioli; cider-braised brisket; honey-lime chicken wings and — wait for it — chocolate dulce de leche layer cake.Most call for a reasonable number of ingredients. Others require a fair amount of food prep but also rely on bottled or home-made condiments kept on hand. The photos, whether of nicely plated dishes or idyllic shots of Oz at home with her family, are definitely aspirational.In an interview, Oz discussed the logistics of making enticing, healthy food while juggling home and work demands, and why she believes counting calories isn’t the way to go.Associated Press: How can parents manage weekday cooking, which might include catering to child and adult tastes, without running screaming from the kitchen?Oz: Don’t make a different meal for every person, but make buildable meals. And, I do this with my kids, try to expand their palates gently. I’ll make a basic lentil soup, which is still pretty advanced, with garlic and sweet potatoes and spices. And then make a spicy chili cumin oil for my husband and me to drizzle on top. It feels like an adult meal and a child’s meal and doesn’t cost me anything extra (in time).AP: With fresh ingredients, especially veggies, there is potentially daunting chopping involved.Oz: Having been to culinary school, the single greatest asset I learned there was how to cut and chop properly. It’s an investment of money that will save you hours of time down the road, and hopefully some cut fingers. … I would say even if you start small, start with one element of the meal that you make from scratch that night, and it will make a big difference nutritionally. Even more than that, I think it sets the tone for your family coming together and having a meal together.AP: Are you concerned the cookbook might be pigeon-holed as suited to those with time and money to spare and easy access to fresh food?Oz: I looked at all the things I was making on a regular basis and a lot of times I simplified. … I tried to pay close attention to the reality that no one wants to go out and shop 20 ingredients for every meal they’re gonna make. And let’s not focus on specialty ingredients, but those homemade flavor-boosters you keep on hand that don’t cost you much but that will really elevate your meals. I’ve tried to strive to make it not something just for the affluent, or people who have a grocery store around the block everywhere they go.AP: The recipes don’t include calorie counts or other nutritional information. Was that a deliberate choice?Oz: It was. (As a college student trying to lose weight) I tried every diet under the sun and none of them worked but, more importantly, they were robbing me of my love of food. … Once I got to a healthy place where I could know what would make me feel great and let me indulge when I needed to, I never wanted to go back to a place where I was exclusively thinking about a numbers game. … My goal with these recipes is that you don’t have to think about the numbers because the quality of it and the quantity I’m advising you to eat is something that can easily be part of a healthy and balanced lifestyle.___Lynn Elber can be reached at lelber@ap.org and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/lynnelber.last_img read more

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Kinrade & Company rout Charlotte to take commanding 3-0 lead

first_imgThe B-Sens scored six times in the final two periods to rout the Charlotte Checkers 7-1 Tuesday in game three of the AHL Eastern Conference Final in Binghamton.The Ottawa Senators farm team leads the best-of-seven series 3-0 with game four Wednesday in Binghamton.Zack Smith had four points, including a hat-trick, and netminder Robin Lehner made 37 saves to lead the B-Sens.Despite being rocked for seven goals Charlotte out shot Binghamton 38-32.Nelson Minor Hockey grad Geoff Kinrade, playing defence in his second season of professional hockey in the AHL, finished the game a plus-3. The Binghamton Senators are one win away from the Calder Cup Final.last_img read more

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Galway Ladies still in contention as they welcome Cork to Tuam Stadium

first_imgThe Galway Senior Ladies Football Team are still in contention for a league semi-final spot as they welcome Cork to Tuam stadium this Sunday. Galway are just three points behind second placed Dublin. Manager Willie Ward spoke to John about Sunday’s game.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img

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Racing And Breeding Industry Supports Almost 1,000 Jobs In The West

first_imgprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The horse breeding and racing industry supports almost 1,000 jobs in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon according to an economic impact study for the West region conducted by Horse Racing Ireland and Deloitte. Published today, the study highlights the economic reach of the industry in the West – fuelling annual expenditure of over €120m – and has found that the most significant economic contributor is the Galway Festival which begins on Monday July 29. The seven-day extravaganza is the highest attended racing festival in Ireland, attracting over 141,000 people last year. The festival generates significant expenditure in the region, estimated at close to €20m, and with more than 800 people working at the racecourse during the festival, the economic benefit is spread across the city, the county and the wider Western region. Over the course of the year, close to 200,000 people go racing in the West, with Roscommon and Ballinrobe racecourses proving particularly popular and well attended venues during the summer months. All three Western venues have undergone significant redevelopment in recent years, with Roscommon officially opening new weigh room facilities earlier this month. There are over 300 breeders registered in the region with a broodmare population in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon of over 650. The West is home to approximately 25 trainers, responsible for over 230 horses. Cheltenham Festival-winning trainer Pat Kelly, Norman Lee, trainer of leading Guinness Galway Hurdle contender Sole Pretender, Val O’Brien, Brian Cawley and Fergal Birrane are among the best known.  The point-to-point industry is very strong in the region with the likes of Paurick O’Connor, Martin Cullinane and John Neilan big names in that sphere. Paurick’s brother Derek is one of the most successful point-to-point riders of all time. Brian Kavanagh, CEO of Horse Racing Ireland, said: “This new report underlines the incredible impact the industry has in every corner of the country. Racing in the West revolves around the remarkable Galway festival and the countdown to this year’s meeting is well underway. The economic benefit of the festival reaches far and wide and indeed there is a terrific spin-off for local businesses from the popularity of the racecourses at Roscommon and Ballinrobe throughout the summer months. It is an ambition of Horse Racing Ireland to build on the success of the breeding and racing industry in the West, increasing the numbers employed and adding to an already impressive contribution to the local economy.” Turning into the home straight on the first occasion during the 2m maiden hurdle.Galway Festival.Photo: Patrick McCann last_img read more

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