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Joe & Nuan find the winning formula

Joe & Nuan find the winning formula

first_imgThere were some fantastic scores returned with more than half the teams scoring 40 points or more, with the winners for day, Joe Mooneyham playing with Nuan, a Burapha caddie, taking the top spot with 46pts.  Nuan, playing off a handicap of 14, was one of two Burapha caddies playing, the other one being Rak, who played with the Birthday Boy himself, Bob Lindborg.Bob Lindborg presents the winning pairs trophy to Joe Mooneyham, with the runners up Mark Riggall (left) and Scotty Qua (right).Scotty Qua and Mark Riggall came in second on 45pts, with Colin Jones and Ken Davidson beating John O’Keefe & Mark Kembrey on count back, both with 44.After the presentation back at the Outback, Bob sponsored the food for all the participants as well as sponsoring four near pins, which were won by Greg Hill, Clem Nottle, John O’Keefe & Steve Milne.There were six ‘2’s from Mark Riggall, Steve Milne, Ivan Plunkett, John O’Keefe and Clem Nottle had two.1st Joe Mooneyham & Nuan 46pts2nd Scotty Qua & Mark Riggall 45pts 3rd Colin Jones &Ken Davidson 44pts4th John O’Keefe &Mark Kembrey 44pts5th Tim Knight & John Player 43pts6th Frank Nottle &Clem Nottle 43ptsTuesday, May 14, Laem Chabang – StablefordWe have one more week here at Laem Chabang before normal service is resumed, with Khao Kheow returning to its Tuesday slot and Siam Plantation returning to its Wednesday slot.Ken Davidson.Today, there were 11 players, to play the C & B loops from the white tees. Nobody managed to beat their handicap and the best score of the day was 35pts, scored by Ken Davidson, who was having his last round with us before returning home, before coming back later in the year.We also said goodbye to the boys from Cooroy Golf Club, Queensland, who have been with us for the last week or so, led by Russ Rylance.  Kissy Buchanan, took second place with 33pts beating the day’s organiser, Tim Knight on count back.There were two ‘2’s from Ken Davidson and Russ Rylance, both on B8.1st Ken Davidson (24) 35pts2nd Keith Buchanan (15) 33pts3rd Tim Knight (21) 33ptsWednesday, May 15, Khao Kheow – Stableford11 players up at Khao Kheow today to play the A & C loops, as the B loop remains closed for course improvements.Suzi organised the day on behalf of the Outback but found herself demoted to third place as the two shot rule here at Khao Kheow kicked in; she lost two shots off her handicap as the red tees are rated considerably easier than the yellows (68.0 compared with 70.4).  Nevertheless, she did enough to secure third place on a favourite course, scoring 34pts off 17 and she got the only ‘2’.Second place was occupied by John O’Keefe securing a good score round here of 36, with the win going to Barry Copestake with a fine 39pts.1st Barry Copestake (15) 39pts2nd John O’Keefe (16) 36pts3rd Suzi Lawton (17) 34ptsFriday, May 17, Green Valley – StablefordLess players than usual here at Green Valley this week with only 20 Outbackers playing in two divisions; most probably as a result of the absence of tour groups just at the moment and the monthly event at Pleasant Valley being hosted by the PSC.Greg Hill, Sel Wegner and John Player.Jack Butler displayed a welcome return to form with the day’s top score of 41pts to win Div A from Greg Hill (38), Sel Wegner (36) & John Player (35) and Jimmy Little likewise, with his 37pts being enough to take Div B.  Jimmy came out of the traps firing on all cylinders to amass 22pts on the front nine before losing his way a ‘little’ on the back nine.Tim Knight, who organised the day on behalf of the Outback, was second with 34, beating Rob Earle (33) and Suzi on 32.There were no ‘2’s.Div A (0-18)1st Jack Butler (13) 41pts2nd Greg Hill (18) 38pts3rd Sel Wegner (12) 36pts4th John Player (17) 35ptsDiv B (19+)1st Jimmy Little (20) 37pts2nd Tim Knight (21) 34pts3rd Rob Earle (23) 33pts4th Suzi Lawton (19) 32ptsSaturday, May 19, St. Andrews – StablefordA Saturday bonus this week as the 8 players were shifted across to St. Andrews.  Murray Hart made the most of the small field to comfortably take the win with 32pts, picking up 600 ‘Race2Bkk’ points along the way. Bob St. Aubin was second with 29, beating Lee Grace (welcome back mate) on count back. Welcome also to Eric, whose full name we didn’t get and was having his first knock with the Outback.  Eric came along with Greg Hirst and good to see you out there playing at last Greg, as we know you’re working hard in the week.There were no ‘2’s1st Murray Hart (13) 32pts2nd Bob St. Aubin (13) 29pts3rd Lee Grace (13) 29ptsNote:  The Outback Golf Bar is situated about 6km from Sukhumvit Road along Soi Siam Country.  Call Jack on 081 578 1956. PSC golf from The Outback Golf BarMonday, May 13, Burapha – Pairs Better-BallFrom Jack’s birthday 2-man scramble last Monday, to Bob Lindborg’s birthday better ball pairs this week at Burapha.  An excellent turnout of 40 players (20 teams) for this popular format but the condition of the C & D nine’s greens was very disappointing, however it was a good day out and the complaints about them (the greens) were minimal. last_img read more

Galway Hurling Controversy – Update

Galway Hurling Controversy – Update

first_imgEarlier this morning on the Keith Finnegan Show, Sean Walsh spoke about the latest developments (or lack of) in the ongoing controversy involving the Galway Senior Hurlers and Team Management… https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/gbfm.podcasts/Sean+Walsh+TUE+UPDATE.mp3print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img

Overcrowding allegedly forces infected patients to sleep on floor at GPHC – Dr Anthony

Overcrowding allegedly forces infected patients to sleep on floor at GPHC – Dr Anthony

first_img… authorities failed to notify Health MinisterPublic Health Minister, Dr George NortonOpposition Shadow Public Health Minister, Dr Frank AnthonyIn light of recent reports that patients with infectious diseases are being forced to stay in the Accident and Emergency (A&E) Unit of the Georgetown Public Hospital, Opposition Shadow Public Health Minister, Dr Frank Anthony has lambasted hospital officials, saying that poor management is a factor of these issues arising.Earlier this week, it was reported that patients with infectious diseases such as tuberculosis (TB) were forced to stay in the A&E Unit of the medical facility due to overcrowding; some were even forced to stay on the floor. Photographs taken at the hospital were also circulated on the Internet and it has once again sparked outrage from the public.In an exclusive interview with Guyana Times, Dr Antony stated that the situation is deplorable and as such he is urging the relevant authorities to have it rectified. “It is very deplorable because the Georgetown Public Hospital is our national referral hospital. And what I understood is happening there is we have patients who came to the Accident and Emergency for attention, and my understanding is some of the doctors examine the patients and they felt that those patients were sick enough to warrant hospitalisation. However; they couldn’t find beds in the hospital itself and therefore patients were literally waiting for a bed to become available so that they could get into the hospital and that is a deplorable situation and we need to fix that,” he stated.Dr Anthony went on to explain that he was even more appalled when he learnt that patients with infectious diseases were staying among non-infectious patients, which put the later at risk for contracting these diseases. “My understanding is that some of these patients have tuberculosis and that is outrageous. If you’re putting infectious patients with non-infectious patients… you’re basically putting those patients and the staff that’s working there at risk. So we need to find another area where we can treat those patients. My understanding is that they would have rectified the situation but common sense would have told you that this ought to have been done for quite some time,” he stated.Meanwhile, Public Health Minister, Dr George Norton has responded saying that while the authorities have not reported the issue to him, he intends to have the situation rectified as soon as possible.According to the Minister, while he has not yet received a report of such a situation from the hospital authorities, he will not doubt the reports as it is not an uncommon issue. He related that while the hospital has the capacity to house more beds, it cannot do so as the hospital has to follow regulations in relation to the acceptable space between the beds. “There is no doubt that the number of beds available for patients at the GPHC has been greatly reduced after the reconstruction of the new in-patient facility. This was further reduced when the decision was made to increase the space between two beds to suit accepted standards,” he stated.Dr Norton stated that he will ensure that the situation is rectified in a timely manner as this is unacceptable. “All efforts are being made to correct same as soon as possible,” he declared.Earlier this year, there was a similar situation of overcrowding; however, in that instance, mothers were forced to take to chairs and the floor with their newborn babies due to overcrowding in the maternity ward. Early in April, a photograph capturing a mother with her newborn under a bed surfaced in the media, prompting an investigation, but the hospital could not account for when the photographed incident occurred. The overcrowded maternity ward is in dire need of significant improvement, both in the infrastructure and the treatment given. Earlier in the month, Minister Norton had announced that the issue of mothers sharing beds would end soon as the facility is currently being extended.last_img read more

Agricola duo remanded for armed robbery

Agricola duo remanded for armed robbery

first_imgTwenty-year-old Antonio Maraj and 24-year-old Dexter Ray were arraigned before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan and charged for robbery under arms on Tuesday morning.This newspaper understands that the two men allegedly robbed Virtual Complainant (VC) Simone Beaton of one digital tablet and a quantity of gold jewellery, among other items valued a total of ,455,000, at McDoom, East Bank Demerara, on April 4, 2017.Attorney-at-Law Stanley Moore told the court that Ray was a gold miner while Maraj was a fish vendor and they permanently resided in Agricola, Greater Georgetown.Prosecutor Arvin Moore did not hesitate to object to bail, considering the nature of the offence and the penalty attached to such a felony. The men were refused bail accordingly and were scheduled to return to court on May 8, 2017.last_img read more

SD 60 releases updated catchment area locator

SD 60 releases updated catchment area locator

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – School District 60 has released an updated online school catchment locator with the new boundaries.On January 29th the school board voted in favour of Scenario C, which will see students from a large portion of the west end of Fort St. John and the surrounding area attending the new Margaret ‘Ma’ Murray Community School starting in September. The adoption of Scenario C also means that students in the English program at École Central Elementary School will move over to ‘Ma’ Murray, resulting in the end of Central’s English program. A zoomed-out final redrawn map of school catchment areas in Fort St. John that was adopted by School District 60 on Monday. Photo by Peace River North School District. A zoomed-out final redrawn map of school catchment areas in Fort St. John that was adopted by School District 60 on Monday. Photo by Peace River North School District. The final redrawn map of school catchment areas in Fort St. John that was adopted by School District 60 on Monday. Photo by Peace River North School District. The final redrawn map of school catchment areas in Fort St. John that was adopted by School District 60 on Monday. Photo by Peace River North School District. – Advertisement -Residents will be asked to enter their street address and name as well as city.For more information or to find out what boundary you reside in visit: http://www.prn.bc.ca/?last_img read more

More families to find shelter

More families to find shelter

first_imgLANCASTER – Lancaster and Los Angeles County officials said Wednesday that they will spend $1 million to build 13 additional units to house families at the community shelter. The officials, along with a representative of the shelter operator, Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, said they are working cooperatively to serve more of the Antelope Valley’s homeless families. “There is a tremendous need,” said Moeed Khan, regional director of Catholic Charities. “Every day we have to turn away five or six families who need shelter.” In the Antelope Valley, more than 3,600 people, including 300-plus children and increasing numbers of women, sleep on streets, in desert encampments and on sofas or in garages at friends’ or relatives’ homes, according to a Los Angeles County census released in January. The shelter is owned by the city’s redevelopment agency and is leased to Catholic Charities, which provides social services in addition to operating the shelter. The units will be constructed in the rear of the shelter at 44611 Yucca Ave. Residents will enter through the shelter’s front door to pass through a security check. The families will be required, just as other shelter residents are, to participate in case management. Social workers help residents develop goals and, if they are eligible, to apply for help such as food stamps, veterans health service and Social Security. “Our goal is to get them on their feet and into permanent housing in six months,” Khan said. The units will be simple in design and constructed in a few months, city officials said. james.skeen@dailynews (661) 267-5743160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Activists say the valley’s homeless population has about doubled since the late 1990s. Overall population increased and rising property values prompted owners to sell rental housing. New owners occupied former rentals or raised rents to pay higher mortgages. Each of the shelter’s new family units will have two bedrooms, a bathroom and closet space. Each will be big enough for as many as four people. County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich and Lancaster Mayor Henry Hearns announced the allocation of $1 million from the county’s general fund to the city’s redevelopment agency. County government is providing the funding out of the $20 million budgeted last year by the Board of Supervisors to build or renovate shelters countywide and to improve services for the homeless. The shelter, established in 1989, currently houses 52 people year-round and includes two family units. More people are taken in overnight during the winter. last_img read more

Southampton boss calls for VAR after Watford’s controversial late equaliser

Southampton boss calls for VAR after Watford’s controversial late equaliser

first_imgMauricio Pellegrino wants video technology to be introduced in the Premier League after Abdoulaye Doucoure’s controversial last-gasp equaliser denied Southampton a first win in 10 matches.The midfielder diverted the ball in with his arm a minute before full-time as Watford came from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 draw.James Ward-Prowse had scored twice in the first half before Andre Gray pulled one back – and Saints were crestfallen when Doucoure’s equaliser was allowed to stand.Asked whether he felt his team were robbed, the Saints boss said: “Yes, I think so.“I think we controlled [the game] well. I don’t remember too many actual, clear chances [for them] to score.“We are a little bit sad for many reasons.“The technology helps every single sport, why not in football?”Southampton protested long and hard to referee Roger East but to no avail, with a draw leaving them just one point above the relegation zone.last_img read more

Solskjaer issues strong statement on Pogba future amid Real Madrid interest

Solskjaer issues strong statement on Pogba future amid Real Madrid interest

first_img on target deals 2 What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas LATEST 2 Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman OFF Ian Holloway thinks Arsenal have made a mistake in hiring Mikel Arteta rookie error Redknapp calls Son ‘petulant’, but Holloway says red card for Rudiger kick was ‘soft’ Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January stalemate Paul Pogba put in another underwhelming display in Man United’s 1-1 draw with Southampton – but he has his manager’s backing Getty Images – Getty LATEST FOOTBALL HEADLUNES Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted Paul Pogba will stay at Manchester United this season, despite the ongoing links with a move to Real Madrid.The United boss dismissed the speculation following Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Southampton in the Premier League. latest Liverpool transfer news live: Star man wanted by Real Madrid, Mbappe latest and more Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship The midfielder was seen limping off the pitch after the game, having played the full 90 minutes.But Solskjaer doesn’t believe the injury is serious, describing it as ‘a bad knock on the ankle’, and hopes he will return to the club fit following the upcoming international break.“He twisted his ankle, I think,” confirmed the boss.“But he’ll go away on international duty now and hopefully it’s not too bad and he can play for France because I know how much he loves his country and playing for them.” Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Pogba has played in every game of the Red Devils’ sluggish start to the season – claiming five points from their opening four games – and Solskjaer has made it clear the Frenchman is a key figure in his plans.And yet, rumours about a possible move to Spain have not gone away.Earlier in the summer the midfielder admitted he wanted to leave Old Trafford, saying it is ‘time for a new challenge’, and his agent Mino Raiola is reportedly still trying to get him out of the club before the European transfer window shuts on September 2.Reports this week claimed Raiola had made one last plea to United to let him go, but that Pogba is now willing to wait a year to make his dream move to the Bernabeu. Despite his underwhelming display against Southampton on Saturday, Solskjaer backed the France midfielder to live up to the lofty expectations placed on him, and insisted he will not be leaving Old Trafford this season.“I think we as a team after about half an hour started giving sloppy balls away and Paul was one of them,” said the boss at St Mary’s.“He wasn’t any different to anyone else, we as a team didn’t play well but in the last 20 minutes or half an hour he did create loads for us going forward.MORE: Solskjaer insists Man United are ‘on the right track’ despite poor start“Everyone expects everything from him every game, he has to defend, he has to attack, he has to win headers, he has to dribble past people, he has to make passes. That’s just Paul and he’ll thrive on that.“Paul Pogba will be playing for us.” Getty Images – Getty BIG PRESENTS UP TOP Pogba hobbled off the pitch following Man United’s 1-1 draw at St Mary’s last_img read more

PIC’s African infrastructure fund

PIC’s African infrastructure fund

first_img18 July 2006South Africa’s Public Investment Commission (PIC) is to create a continent-wide 25-year equity fund to mobilise local and international investment for infrastructure development in Africa.The PIC, which includes the Government Employees Pension Fund, has around R600-billion in assets under management, making it the largest fund management initiative in South Africa and one which “compares favourably with the rest of the world,” Finance Minister Trevor Manuel told journalists in Cape Town in June.PIC chief executive Brian Molefe, speaking at the same media briefing, said the Pan African Infrastructure Development Fund would target pension funds from across continent, and had already set up an office and put together a team with an eye to raising around US$1-billion from Africa by the end of 2006/07.“Then we will go to the international investor community to mobilise another two to three billion [dollars],” Molefe said.Manuel said the fund would initially focus on transport, energy, water and sanitation, and telecommunications infrastructure investments. “It will focus on projects that can contribute to the regional integration of the continent and that will have regional impact,” the finance minister said.Molefe said the infrastructure backlog on the continent had been estimated at around $120-billion US, “and it is clearly right that Africans should engage the challenge.”Rural, township property developmentMolefe also announced that the PIC would spend around R1-billion on property development – mostly in shopping centres in South Africa’s townships and rural areas – over the next three years.He said the PIC’s “Project Rural” would merge its Community Property Fund with Government Employees Pension Fund retail properties to create a vehicle – which already owns property valued at around R1-billion – that would be “at the forefront of township and rural developments and has projects in the pipeline which will double the size of the fund over the next three years.”SouthAfrica.info reporter and BuaNews Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

LIVE: Milan 1-0 SPAL

LIVE: Milan 1-0 SPAL

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Football Italia brings you LIVE coverage of tonight’s Serie A encounter between Milan and SPAL, in the last of the action for this mad midweek round! Click here for all the team news at San Siro or here if you are on a mobile/tablet device.last_img

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