For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Real Kashmir will clash with Mohun Bagan in the second semifinal of the Durand Cup at the Salt Lake Stadium on Wednesday. The summit clash is slated for Saturday. Seven months after they had beaten them 2-1 in an impressive debut season in the I-League, Real Kashmir will be meeting the Mariners at the same venue.The Snow Leopards, who finished third in their debut I-League season, did not have a pre-season back home due to the restrictions in the valley following the revocation of the state’s special status.The Real Kashmir players were cut off from their family due to the communication clampdown in the valley. Still, the David Richardson-coached 29-member contingent, with five players from Kashmir and one from Jammu, kept its date with the Durand Cup.But their real big test will be when they take on the 16-time champions Mohun Bagan, a Spanish-flavoured side coached by Kibu Vicuna.The Mariners have recruited four Spaniards with Salva Chamorro spearheading the attack, while Francisco Gonzalez and Joseba Beitia will be in charge of the midfield, with Morante holding the backline.While Mohun Bagan effortlessly entered the semifinals with three wins in a row, they have been winless from two matches in the Calcutta Football League Premier Division A, where they are the defending champions.When and where to watch Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match:Where and when is Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match being played?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match will be played at the Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata.What time does Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match begin?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match will begin at 7:30 pm IST on Wednesday, August 21.Where to watch Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match live (TV channels)?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match will be telecasted on Star Sports 1 and 3.How and where to watch online Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir match live streaming?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir match will be streamed by Hotstar.
Defending Champions, Zambia were held 1-1 by Walya Antelopes of Ethiopia in an entertaining Group C match at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit.The Ethiopians fought from a goal down and a man down to draw level, a result that will surprise the Chipolopolo side who were the overwhelming favourites to win the match.Collins Mbesuma shot Zambia into the lead on the stroke of half time after a sublime play.Ethiopia fluffed many begging opportunities including, a penalty and were to rue the missed opportunities later in the game.The Walya Antelopes, who are making their first appearance after 31 years had their goal keeper sent off for dangerous tackle.Ethiopia secured the crucial equaliser and it came in spectacular fashion. Skipper of the side was set up and his perfectly taken low shot took a ricochet of the goal post before entering the net.The Ethiopians look the better side despite a man down and have wasted some chances as well.1-1 it all ended in Nespruit, a shaky start for the defending champions.The Group’s other game will be between Nigeria and Burkina Faso
The Red Devils are facing a threat from their own fans who have become extremely angry at the Glazer family’s lack of investment in the rebuilding the squad.After the appointment of new boss Louis van Gaal supporters were expecting an influx of players this summer, especially after executive chairman Ed Woodward claimed they are willing to break the bank for star names.However with only 10 days left in the transfer market, United’s only main signings have been £28million midfielder Ander Herrera from Athletic Bilbao and £30million Southampton left-back Luke Shaw.The supporters are therefore furious that heading into the new campaign, United have still yet to resolve their transfers when they were led to believe that most of the key targets would have been brought to the club before the season kicked off last weekend.And after another dismal performance in the Premier League – losing 2-1 to Swansea at Old Trafford – social media has been swarmed by #GlazerOut messages.“United supporters worldwide have hit out in huge numbers against the Glazer family’s ownership of Manchester United via Twitter and Facebook,” said Sean Bones, member of the Man United Supporters’ Trust. “It’s obviously something that will be a huge concern to the current sponsors who have invested a lot of money in Manchester United as a brand.“There will be a lot of attention to see how the New York Stock Exchange views the negative reaction by supporters in terms of the Glazers’ handling of United.”Man United are currently linked with moves for Argentine duo Marcos Rojo and Angel Di Maria, who they are hoping to sign before September 1st.
Tag: 上海不准不开心 Duncan And Associates Donations Really Stack Up
Submitted by Duncan & AssociatesThis is one example of a sculpture created with donated canned food by Duncan and Associates employees to benefit the Food Bank.Beginning each October 1, Duncan & Associates begin a canned food drive donation to benefit the Thurston County Food Bank.Each associate donates canned food and then splits into teams and puts their creative efforts together to create a “sculpture” using the canned goods.Each entry is then judged and a winner chosen based on their level of crativity.The winning team recieved a monetary prize which they donated to the food bank as well as the food collected. Facebook2Tweet0Pin0
Tag: 上海不准不开心 SCJ Alliance Named 2016 Top Place to Work
Facebook30Tweet0Pin0Submitted by SCJ Alliance Business Examiner Media named SCJ Alliance the 2016 Top Place to Work as a medium-sized employer. The award was announced on the same day as SCJ’s 10-year anniversary, May 16, 2016.Business Examiner judges noted they were impressed by the extent to which SCJ’s core values are evident in the firm’s day-to-day atmosphere.SCJ President Perry Shea said the honor means more than most. “Our core values — trust, stewardship, compassion, integrity, freedom — are a very real guide for how we do business. We look for more than technical expertise; we hire for character. Receiving this award shows us passion for these ideals is echoed throughout our team.SCJ President Perry SheaIn an anonymous survey, one employee said SCJ has “leaders who believe as if the primary purpose of business is improving the lives of people.”SCJ Senior Vice President Jean Carr shared, “We believe in supporting a work/life balance and nurturing characteristics like innovation, respect, collaboration, accountability, creativity and fun. I’m proud to see it’s working.Another surveyed employee said, “I’ve never worked somewhere that I felt was so supportive of advancing my professional goals and interests. They truly want us to realize our full potential, and they strive to facilitate that.”SCJ Alliance is a nationally-recognized, award-winning company specializing in civil engineering, transportation planning & design, environmental & urban planning, landscape architecture & design, and public outreach. Founded in 2006 as Shea Carr Jewell, SCJ has grown steadily from three employees in one location, to a dynamic team of nearly 70 employees in five locations.“For ten years, we have aimed to create a compassionate workplace,” said Shea. “We know that when we acknowledge and care for the needs of our staff, success for our clients, our firm and our people will follow.”
Facebook36Tweet0Pin0Submitted by SCJ AllianceWhat is the 48th positive odd integer?If 95 didn’t jump to mind, you wouldn’t have made it far in Thurston County’s MATHCOUNTS competition this year.Jason Bruhn, an engineer at SCJ Alliance in Lacey, led the Thurston County contest held at Saint Martin’s University. Photo courtesy: SCJ AllianceIt took just seconds for local mathletes from Jefferson Middle School to answer that and other challenging questions to win the county-wide contest and advance to the state level held last month.MATHCOUNTS is a national middle school coaching and competitive mathematics program. It promotes math achievement through a series of fun and engaging “bee” style competitions on the chapter, state and national levels.Jason Bruhn, an engineer at SCJ Alliance in Lacey, led the Thurston County contest held at Saint Martin’s University and has volunteered as the chapter coordinator for the past 18 years on behalf of the National Society of Professional Engineers. This year, he recruited three additional colleagues from SCJ to help out, Tyrell Bradley, Maddie Riggs and Bob Tauscher.“Math is an everyday thing here at SCJ,” Bruhn said. “We love to see kids excited about math and to show them how what we do relates to what they’re learning now.”Local participants in February’s Thurston County competition came from Jefferson and Aspire middle schools and included one homeschool student. The top team, from Jefferson Middle School, and two top individuals advanced to the state competition.The winning Jefferson Middle School Mathletes’ team with Jason Bruhn (center). Photo courtesy: SCJ AllianceWinners at the state competition move on to the national competition on May 13-14, which is aired on ESPN 3.SCJ has been nationally recognized multiple times for award-winning projects, growth and as a great place to work. Founded in Thurston County nearly twelve years ago, the firm has grown steadily to a dynamic team of more than 80 employees in six locations across Washington. In addition to Lacey, SCJ has offices in Centralia, Seattle, Ballard, Vancouver and Wenatchee.
Tag: 上海不准不开心 Kaslo’s Kathryn Haegedorn, Trail’s Erin McLeod and Mckayla Yuris off to BC Hockey Female Under 18 evaluation camp
A quartet of Kootenay players have earned a trip to Salmon Arm this weekend to compete at the BC Hockey Female Under 18 evaluation camp.Trail’s Erin McLeod and Mckayla Yuris, Daley Oddy of Cranbrook and Kaslo’s Kathryn Haegedorn join 47 others hopeful looking to catch the eye of evaluators at the third of four stops on the U18 trail. Throughout the camp players are evaluated on their play, their fitness/strength, their attitude, and their perceived contribution to a winning team. Selected players will advance to the Team BC Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp. The Salmon Arm camp is an opportunity for the top players in the province to train and compete at an elite level and is meant to introduce players to the beginning of the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence. The four-day camp, beginning Thursday with registration, is run by the Team BC staff, provincial instructors and experts in the areas of strength and conditioning, nutrition, and other sport science principals. Krause was selected to play for Team Canada at the World Under 18 Championships in the Czech Republic. The High Performance Program prepares players for the National program where they will undergo the same fitness testing and attend similar types of camps. This year three (3) BC players were invited to the Hockey Canada Identification Camp; Jordan Krause, Kimberly Newell, who played with the boys on the Kootenay Ice of the B.C. Major Midget Hockey League, and Julia McKinnon. The U18 athletes will be evaluated on their play at the National Competition and successful players will be invited to the Hockey Canada U18 Identification Camp.