The Batesville Lady Bulldogs capture the Richmond Volleyball Invitational Championship for the second year in a row.Batesville vs. FW Northside (10-5)Batesville vs. Marion (10-5)Batesville vs. Tindley (10-5)Batesville vs. FWN-Championship (10-5)Submitted by Batesville Coach Jody Thomas.
Press Association Condon said: “They went very quick up front and after a furlong she was off the bridle a bit. Ideally she wants seven. We weren’t too disappointed by her run at Royal Ascot, she was drawn in one and it was the wrong place to be on the day. “She is in the Silver Flash Stakes on Thursday, but that will come too soon. She is also in the Debutante Stakes and the Moyglare, but she may have a run before going for them. She may also have to improve to run in those races. She has size and scope and when they have that, they can improve.” Illinois responded well to an aggressive ride from Seamie Heffernan to run out a convincing winner of the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden for juveniles on his debut. Aidan O’Brien’s son of Galileo (2-1) was pushed to the front early on and kicked for home off the turn into the straight, holding the odds-on favourite Warbird by three and a quarter lengths. David Wachman’s three-year-old Bronte (100-30) showed her older rivals the way home as she won the Summer Sunday Family Day On 21st July Handicap from the front under Billy Lee, quickening clear from the two pole to score by a length and a half. Lee said: “She is a fierce consistent filly. She likes to make it but she can be ridden from anywhere and she is improving.” Kevin Prendergast’s 4-5 favourite Dorothy Parker could not have done it any easier in the Fillies Friday Night Out 9th August Maiden, bouncing out in front and staying there without being asked a question by back-from-injury Sam James to score by two and a quarter lengths. The fact that the Dermot Weld-trained Magnolia Ridge was sent off the 8-13 favourite for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden probably said plenty about the opposition, and he had only to be kept up to his work by Pat Smullen to record a facile victory by five and a half lengths. Sacred Aspect regained the winning thread with an ultimately impressive performance in the Danehill Dancer Tipperary Stakes. Ken Condon’s juvenile (7-1) had previously finished down the field in what might prove to have been a strong renewal of the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot won by Kiyoshi. Dropped to five furlongs for the first time, she has plenty of talent of her own and although taking a while to hit her stride under Shane Foley, she eventually won going away by a length as she overturned the always prominent 1-2 favourite Abbakova in this Listed contest.
Flights between Johannesburg and Kinshasa from four to six per week from 10 December.Flights between Johannesburg and Dar Es Salaam from 12 to 13 per week from 13 December.Flights between Johannesburg and Windhoek from 20 to 21 per week from 12 January.Flights between Johannesburg and Ndola from 19 to 20 per week from 13 January.Flights between Johannesburg and Lusaka from 19 to 20 per week from 14 January. 15 November 2013 South African Airways (SAA) will be increasing flights on its more popular African routes, to destinations in the DRC, Namibia, Zambia and Tanzania, from 7 December. “These plans are part of our African expansion strategy, where we aim to increase frequencies on routes with higher passenger volumes, the ultimate goal being the achievement and maintenance of commercial sustainability,” SAA acting commercial general manager Kendy Phohleli said in a statement on Friday. Flights will be increased on the following routes: Also, as of 7 December, the airline will no longer fly between Johannesburg and Kigali, Rwanda or Bujumbura, Burundi . These flights will be taken over by its recently announced codeshare partner RwandAir, who will accommodate any SAA customers who already have tickets for Kigali or Bujumbura. South African Airways is Africa’s most awarded airline and flies to 42 destinations worldwide. These include 26 African destinations, namely: Abidjan, Accra, Blantyre, Brazzaville, Bujumbura, Cotonou, Dakar, Dar es Salaam, Douala, Entebbe, Harare, Kigali, Kinshasa, Lagos, Libreville, Lilongwe, Livingstone, Luanda, Lusaka, Maputo, Mauritius, Nairobi, Ndola, Pointe Noire, Victoria Falls and Windhoek. SAinfo reporter
28 February 2014 Young people from all around the country will get exposure to various career opportunities when the Presidential Youth Indaba kicks in Boksburg, east of Johannesburg on Friday. The four-day indaba will provide a platform for young South Africans to empower themselves. It will also have an expo component to help connect youngsters to job opportunities, career information, scholarships, bursary programmes and enterprise development support. Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe is expected to address 500 youngsters from the country’s nine provinces on Friday afternoon. In April 2013, government, labour, business and civil society signed a Youth Employment Accord, committing themselves to improving the education and training of young people and helping them to find jobs and start businesses. The government committed to increase the number of young people employed in the public sector, while certain industries committed to setting youth development targets. The indaba is a platform to give effect to the Youth Employment Accord as the country grapples with finding solutions to the high unemployment rate, especially among young people. The Economic Development Department will host the indaba at the Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre, with Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel leading the indaba, supported by Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Minister Collins Chabane. The indaba is expected to produce a declaration with resolutions on how, together with young people, all stakeholders can address the issue of youth unemployment. The indaba will form a Presidential Youth Working Group to meet with the President from time to time to appraise him on the progress of the implementation of the indaba declarations and youth development post the indaba. The young people attending the indaba will be expected to work together with various stakeholders to come up with solutions to the socio-economic challenges facing young people in the country, particularly as they relate to jobs and skills. The indaba will also promote social dialogue between the youth, government, business, labour and youth development agencies. Source: SAnews.gov.za
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) hosted the Best of the Buckeye show at the Ohio State Fair on July 26 through August 6 during the junior shows. The Best of the Buckeye program is coordinated by OCA and held in conjunction with the Ohio Beef Expo and Ohio State Fair. The Best of the Buckeye program had a strong year with more than 260 head of cattle nominated by youth and breeders, adding more registered animals to the show and doubling the number of classes for several breeds.The program recognizes top Ohio bred, born and registered calves, along with the breeder and exhibitor, in each breed division at the two shows. Best of the Buckeye provides Ohio seedstock breeders with an enhanced marketing opportunity for Ohio bred, born and registered steers and heifers, creates a source of more moderately priced show steers and heifers by providing a program with awards and prestige, and attracts new participants interested in showing at the Ohio Beef Expo and/or the Ohio State Fair.This year’s generous sponsors are Garwood Cattle Co., heifer division; Jones Show Cattle and R.D. Jones Excavating, steer division; and Ohio CAT and Ohio Ag Equipment, scholarship division. $30,000 will be presented between the two shows in the form of premiums, scholarships and awards. Every winning Best of the Buckeye exhibitor received a basic premium of $300 for champion, $200 for reserve champion, and $100 for third overall. The Ohio Angus Association also contributed additional premiums. OCA would like to thank these sponsors for contributing to a successful year of the Best of the Buckeye program. The local winners of the Ohio State Fair event were as follows:HeifersChampion Angus HeiferExhibited by Sydney Sanders, Leesburg, OhioBred by Maplecrest Farms, Hillsboro, OhioTotal Premium: $500* Reserve Champion Angus HeiferExhibited by Carly Sanders, Leesburg, OhioBred by Maplecrest Farms, Hillsboro, OhioTotal Premium: $325*Third Overall Angus HeiferExhibited by Darcy Howser Mt. Orab, OhioBred by Maplecrest Farms, Hillsboro, Ohio Total Premium: $175* Champion Chianina HeiferExhibited by Kathy Lehman, Shelby, OhioBred by Garwood Cattle Company, Columbiana, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Chianina HeiferExhibited by Allison Davis, Carrollton, OhioBred by Massie Creek Cattle, Cedarville, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Chianina HeiferExhibited by Tucker Shepard, Napoleon, OhioBred by Schroeder Show Cattle, Col. Grove, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Hereford HeiferExhibited by Maddox Cupp, Lancaster, OhioBred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Hereford HeiferExhibited by Kyle Piscione, Burbank, OhioBred by Soehnlen Cattle Company, Navarre, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Hereford HeiferExhibited by Kady Davis, Carrollton, OhioBred by Pugh Central Station, Louisville, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Limousin HeiferExhibited by Emma Gurney, Attica, OhioBred by VanHorn Limousin, Malta, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Limousin HeiferExhibited by Emma Gurney, Attica, OhioBred by Emma Gurney, Attica, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Champion Lim-Flex HeiferExhibited by Emma Gurney, Attica, OhioBred by VanHorn Limousin, Malta, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion High % Maine-Anjou HeiferExhibited by Caitlin Schaub, Wapakoneta, OhioBred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion High % Maine-Anjou HeiferExhibited by Hanna Schroeder, Col. Grove, OhioBred by Ali Muir, Waynesfield, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall High % Maine-Anjou HeiferExhibited by Avery Wood, Sabina, OhioBred by Cameron Alexander, Sabina, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion MaineTainer HeiferExhibited by Kathy Lehman, Shelby, OhioBred by Garwood Cattle Company, Columbiana, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion MaineTainer HeiferExhibited by Kinley Kreis, Adamsville, OhioBred by Kinley Kreis, Adamsville, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall MaineTainer HeiferExhibited by Alyson Simpson, West Union, OhioBred by Alyson Simpson, West Union, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Shorthorn HeiferExhibited by Sarah Harner, Xenia, OhioBred by Ben Harner, Xenia, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Shorthorn HeiferExhibited by Emma Zeedyk, Hicksville, OhioBred by Hadley Levan, Woodstock, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Shorthorn HeiferExhibited by Fulton Kennedy, Seaman, OhioBred by Fulton Kennedy, Seaman, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion ShorthornPlus HeiferExhibited by Ashley Peter, Hicksville, OhioBred by Boyert Show Cattle, Seville, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus HeiferExhibited by Reed Hanes, Celina, OhioBred by Hunt Farms, New Madison OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall ShorthornPlus HeiferExhibited by Madison King, Bellefontaine, OhioBred by Durban Cattle Company, W. Jefferson, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Simmental HeiferExhibited by Allison Herr, Metamora, OhioBred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Simmental HeiferExhibited by Hannah Topmiller, Pleasant Plain, OhioBred by Hannah Topmiller, Pleasant Plain, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Simmental HeiferExhibited by McKaylynne Helmke, New Phil., OhioBred by Neil Wise, New Phil., OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion % Simmental HeiferExhibited by Hudson Drake, Chillicothe, OhioBred by Hara Farms, Dublin, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion % Simmental HeiferExhibited by Matthew Koverman, Minford, OhioBred by Hara Farms, Dublin, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall % Simmental HeiferExhibited by Austin Hunker, Bellevue, OhioBred by Garwood Cattle Company, Columbiana, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion AOB HeiferExhibited by Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, OhioBred by Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion AOB HeiferExhibited by Lauren Schulte, Ottawa, OhioBred by Levi Richards, Pemberville, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall AOB HeiferExhibited by Mason Love, Baltimore, OhioBred by Mason Love, Baltimore, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Market animalsChampion Angus SteerExhibited by Carly Sanders, Leesburg, OhioBred by Hara Farms, Dublin, OhioTotal Premium: $550* Reserve Champion Angus SteerExhibited by Ty Hawley, Jeromesville, OhioBred by Ty Hawley Show Cattle, Jeromesville, OhioTotal Premium: $350* Champion Chianina SteerExhibited by Montana Hulsmeyer, Harrod, OhioBred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Chianina SteerExhibited by Kate Hornyak, Chardon, OhioBred by Grauer Show Cattle, Shiloh, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Chianina SteerExhibited by Alex Linder, Norwalk, OhioBred by Grauer Show Cattle, Shiloh, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Hereford SteerExhibited by Hayden Smith, Millersburg, OhioBred by Smith Show Cattle, Millersburg, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Hereford SteerExhibited by Noah Smith, Fremont, OhioBred by Hill & Hollow Farms, Bradford, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Hereford SteerExhibited by Jacob Wiechart, Ft. Jennings, OhioBred by Hickory Lane Show Cattle, Cloverdale, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Maine-Anjou SteerExhibited by Colleen Minges, Oxford, OhioBred by Scott & Barb Stockslager, W. Alexandria, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou SteerExhibited by Kassidy Thompson, Troy, OhioBred by Thompson Show Cattle, Troy, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Maine-Anjou SteerExhibited by Adam Kinsman, Archbold, OhioBred by Morgan Cattle Company, Mt. Perry, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Shorthorn SteerExhibited by Cole Foor, Pataskala, OhioBred by DJ Show Cattle/Cornerpost Farms, Bloomville, Ohio Total Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Shorthorn SteerExhibited by Madison King, Bellefontaine, OhioBred by Durban Cattle Company, W. Jefferson, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall Shorthorn SteerExhibited by Logan Schroeder, Defiance, OhioBred by Turner Shorthorns, Somerset, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion ShorthornPlus SteerExhibited by Garrett Agle, South Charleston, OhioBred by Agle Family Cattle, South Vienna, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus SteerExhibited by Luke Schroeder, Defiance, OhioBred by Turner Shorthorns, Somerset, OhioTotal Premium: $200 Third Overall ShorthornPlus SteerExhibited by Kyle Piscione, Burbank, OhioBred by Piscione Cattle, Burbank, OhioTotal Premium: $100 Champion Simmental SteerExhibited by Morgan Mazey, Weston, OhioBred by Prestige/Goff Show Cattle, Crooksville, OhioTotal Premium: $300 Reserve Champion Simmental SteerExhibited by Zach Retcher, Defiance, OhioBred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, OhioTotal Premium: $200*
Bourne Identity and Run Lola Run actor Franka Potente has teamed up with PETA Germany for a new ad and video campaign, in which she shares that going vegan three years ago changed her life.“I went vegan for health reasons,” she says in the video. “My choice was to either take medication that I didn’t want to take or change the way I eat. And I love a good challenge, so I walked out of the doctor’s office vegan.”“I felt different pretty much immediately,” continues the German-born Taboo star. “I always had trouble with lingering throat inflammation, and I got rid of that immediately, and my skin cleared up. I slept better.” Now, she’s encouraging others to do the same: “Try it out and see how you feel. If you feel better after a week, try another week.”PETA — whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat” — notes that in addition to the health benefits that Potente enjoyed, other advantages of going vegan include a decreased risk of suffering from heart disease, strokes, diabetes, cancer, and obesity by comparison with meat-eaters. And of course, every person who goes vegan spares approximately 100 animals every year daily suffering and a terrifying death in today’s industrialized meat, egg, and dairy industries.
Summer means this insane desire to skip the heavy foods and gorge on cooling drinks and fruits. All well, but if one doesn’t eat right – chances are that the heat might do you down for the count. Summer could be a good time to lose the winter weight but don’t skip meals.Dieting or skipping meals never helps an individual to lose weight. Instead, one should eat food items that help lose weight and increase metabolism. One must note, ginger helps in digestion, salmon is high in proteins, and olive oil help reduces appetite. Femalefirst.co.uk has listed down ingredients that help reduce weight and boost metabolism: Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Chillies: Experts say eating chillies can help burn energy, hours after a meal. It’s also been suggested eating spicy food may temporarily suppress the appetite. Add jalapenos or red and green chilli to the dishes to give them a fat burning boost.Almonds: Dry fruits contain proteins, fats and fibre – a combination which helps reduce hunger. Nuts make a great alternative to fried snacks. One can add it in the salad also to improve taste.Olive oil: Olive oil contains a compound called oleic acid that is used by the body to create oleoylethanolamide, which helps in weight loss and reduces appetite. It’s always recommended to prepare delicacies using olive oil. One can use it to dress salads also. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixSalmon (fish): It is high in protein and packed with Omega 3 that controls the production of the hormone, leptin, which regulates appetite. High leptin levels are linked to insulin resistance and obesity, so aim for at least two servings of oily fish a week to keep levels low. Ginger: It helps in digestion, but it also has a thermic effect by raising the body’s internal temperature, Ginger also has cholesterol lowering properties, so can help to improve cardiovascular health, and speed up metabolism.