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Injury blow for Rangers

Injury blow for Rangers

first_imgBy Nick Creely The Dandenong Rangers’ worst fears were confirmed last week with star player Sara Blicavs rupturing her ACL…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Connacht Rugby unveils Future Ticketing as official ticketing partner

Connacht Rugby unveils Future Ticketing as official ticketing partner

first_imgAnnouncing the new partnership, Head of Commercial and Marketing at Connacht Rugby, Brian Mahony said: “We are delighted to partner with Future Ticketing, who bring a new standard of service with its cutting-edge software. Our new ticketing platform has allowed us to seamlessly integrate with our existing technology stack and has improved our efficiency and our ability to understand and connect with our supporters. Innovative features and services have also opened up new revenue opportunities. We look forward to working with Future Ticketing as it introduces new and exciting services over the coming years.”Commenting on the partnership CEO of Future Ticketing, Liam Holton added:“Connacht Rugby is one of fastest growing success stories in Irish sport of recent times. In addition to onfield success, Connacht is building a strong brand with a sound commercial foundation to support the club as it develops in future years. At Future Ticketing, we are partnering with a growing number of Irish and international sports organisations. Our software solution delivers a modern digital platform that facilitates speed, flexibility and capacity for growing sports organisations and events. We are delighted to partner with Connacht for the next step of its journey.”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Connacht Rugby is delighted to announce Future Ticketing as its new official ticketing partner. The new partnership has been activated ahead of the 2018/19 season of Guinness PRO14 and European Challenge Cup action. The new digital ticketing platform is now facilitating individual ticket sales for both competitions and Season Tickets which are still on sale ahead of Connacht’s opening fixtures. Future Ticketing is a leading provider of ticketing software to Irish sporting organisations including many of Ireland’s horseracing courses, League of Ireland soccer clubs, Gymnastics Ireland, the Ring of Kerry Cycle and Tattersalls. The company also provides ticketing software solutions to a range of events and visitor attractions including the Book of Kells at Trinity College, Dublin.last_img read more

SVREL extends draw date for You’re The Owner promotion

SVREL extends draw date for You’re The Owner promotion

first_img Additional Benefits Moreover, according to Green, the new owner, once he or she takes possession of the horse, will enjoy some additional benefits. “SVREL will stand the cost of the keep and care of the horse for the first two years of the horse’s racing life, as a two-year-old and a three-year-old. We are undertaking it because we are trying to bring new owners into the industry and this is one way of making it very affordable for someone who has always wanted to own a racehorse but never thought it possible,” Green said. “The success of the industry is dependent on new owners coming into the industry so we that we can build our stock of racehorses.” The owner will get to choose the trainer, the colours, and they will pocket all the earnings from the horse, making it a risk-free investment. The horse will be insured, meaning that if the horse dies or has to be put down for any reason, the new owner can recover the value from the insurance payout. Supreme Ventures Entertainment and Racing Limited (SVREL) has extended the deadline for entries and the draw date for its ‘You’re the Owner Promotion’ in order to meet demand for tickets that will make one lucky Jamaican the owner of a thoroughbred racehorse. The draw date for the promotion had originally been set for December 26 but according to Peter Green, SVREL’s director of marketing, the demand has been such that they are going to use the one-month extension to improve the distribution of the tickets that cost $500. Tickets can be had at select SVL lottery locations, off-track locations and at Caymanas Track in Gregory Park, St Catherine. The new deadline for entries will now be Saturday, January 19, 2019, with the new draw date set for January 26, 2019. In October, SVREL launched the raffle for a thoroughbred valued at $1.5 million. The horse was bought at this year’s yearling sale on Sunday, November 11 for J$1.1 million so the lucky winner would also get $400,000 in cash.last_img read more

Alves claims Neymar has Barca deal

Alves claims Neymar has Barca deal

first_img0Shares0000RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, February 26 – Barcelona defender Daniel Alves says Neymar has already signed a deal to join Barcelona after his contract expires with Santos in July 2014.The comments come a week after reports that Premier League outfit Manchester City is preparing to pay 55 million British pounds to sign the striker this European summer. Real Madrid and Chelsea are also keen to secure the 21-year-old but Alves is adamant Neymar has already made up his mind.“He knows what is happening and the deal that he has, which is to come to the club in the near future,” Alves was quoted saying by Brazilian daily Lancenet.“If I were him I would come as soon as possible because it would allow him to improve the tactical side of his game before the (2014) World Cup. Apart from that he would be coming to a club that would suit the qualities he has as a player.”Last year reports in Spain said Barcelona had already made a 14 million-euro down-payment for the “I have already told him what I think. He knows what Barcelona can offer because I have made it my duty to tell him,” Alves said. “But at the same time I can’t grab him and bring him here. If I could I would have already done it. It’s his decision.”When asked if Neymar could reach the level of four-time world player of the year Lionel Messi, Alves was noncommittal.“I don’t know if he can reach the level that Messi has reached but he could reach a similar level,” he said. “When you think about what Messi has already achieved, it’s complicated. But there are players who have stood out in their generation and Neymar can certainly do that.” 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Coquelin ruled out for four weeks

Coquelin ruled out for four weeks

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin has been ruled out for four weeks with injury. PHOTO/courtesyLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 5 – Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Francis Coquelin will be sidelined for a month with a hamstring injury, while also providing updates on a number of injured personnel.The 25-year-old Frenchman had to be withdrawn after just 28 minutes of the Gunners’ 3-3 draw with Bournemouth on Tuesday, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain coming on in his place. Speaking ahead of the Gunners’ FA Cup clash with Preston North End on Saturday, Wenger said: “He is out for three or four weeks now, it is his hamstring.“I say three or four weeks because it is a hamstring and he came off, but maybe we will have good news. He will have a scan today, but I always count three weeks.”Mesut Ozil has, meanwhile, sat out the Gunners’ last two matches, with Wenger adding: “He is coming in today, and will be assessed by the doctor but he has been in bed for two weeks so I cannot imagine I will involve him on Saturday.“It is flu, a throat infection – I don’t know exactly.”Wenger also revealed that Lucas Perez sustained an ankle problem against Bournemouth, while also giving updates on a few other key players.“Well, we might have a problem with Lucas because he injured his ankle and I have to see how he responds to that but that is the only problem we have from the game.“Coming back, the closest is [Theo] Walcott but he is still not ready, [Kieran] Gibbs will not be ready so I don’t think will be coming back into the squad.”On Santi Cazorla, he explained: “At the moment, he is far [from returning]. It’s not going as quickly as I imagined it, so certainly in January he will not come back.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Alexis Sanchez reflects on ‘bittersweet’ and ‘disappointing’ first season at Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez reflects on ‘bittersweet’ and ‘disappointing’ first season at Arsenal

first_imgAlexis Sanchez admits he was left “disappointed” by an “okay” first season as an Arsenal player, admitting that, despite winning the FA Cup, he would have tasted success in the Premier League and Champions League.The Chile forward is away on international duty as his nation host the Copa America.Sanchez, signed in a £30million deal from Barcelona last summer, was the stand-out player for the Gunners, capping a memorable maiden English top flight campaign with a superb goal in the 4-0 FA Cup final win over Aston Villa at Wembley.However the 26-year-old feels the team could have achieved more, with the forward reflecting on a “bittersweet” season after seeing their title challenge fade despite a strong second half of the campaign, plus their disappointing European exit at the hands of an unfancied Monaco.“It was an okay season, but it was bittersweet,” he told a press conference ahead of Chile’s first Copa America match against Ecuador on Friday.“I would have liked to be in the Champions League final or to have won the Premier League title. I believe we have a bunch of skilful players so to not achieve more is disappointing.”Sanchez scored 25 goals and notched 12 assists for the Gunners this term.He added: “I had a breakthrough in my football life. Now I switch to the left, I make goals, I pass, I am evolving.“And if I am put in at centre forward, I will do it in the best way possible and I am fit to play.” 1 Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez last_img read more

Finn Harps launch new fundraising draw

Finn Harps launch new fundraising draw

first_imgWITH pre-season training just a couple of weeks away, Finn Harps have launched a preseason draw to help kick start preparations for the 2020 campaign.  Club chairman Sean Quinn said: “With the fixtures out now we’re on the countdown to the start of the new campaign.  “It’s an expensive time of year as we look to give Ollie and Paul the resources they need to assemble a new squad and prepare them as well as possible for the coming season.   “By supporting this fundraiser fans can help us hit the ground running for 2020 and set us up for a successful year”Entry to the draw costs €10 and the first prize is €5000 in cash.  Other prizes are a €1000 Shopping Voucher for McElhinney’s, two nights B+B in the Mill Park or Park Hotel a pair of Season Tickets and a Club Shop voucher. The draw will take place at the Finn Harps v Shelbourne game on the 24th of February.   Supporters looking to sell tickets should contact harpsmail@gmail.comTickets can be purchased online via finnharps.ie.Finn Harps launch new fundraising draw was last modified: December 22nd, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Scientists Have Determined You’re Not Actually an Adult Until 24

Scientists Have Determined You’re Not Actually an Adult Until 24

first_imgSo that’s REALLY when you become an adult. And the researchers say it may be why people are waiting until they’re older to get married, have kids, or even move out of their parents’ house. You legally became an adult when you turned 18.  But you know you weren’t CLOSE to mature enough to actually consider yourself an adult, right?center_img Well . . . scientists agree.  A new study out of Australia found that our brains and bodies don’t ACTUALLY get all the way out of adolescence and into adulthood until we’re 24.last_img read more

NEW Jerrod Maruyama Ear Hat Released

NEW Jerrod Maruyama Ear Hat Released

first_imgShare This!Yesterday saw the latest release in the designer ear hat series. This “hipster cool” version designed by Jerrod Maruyama is $58 and available around Walt Disney World and on ShopDisney.com. Each comes in a collective box. What do you think of these ears? Do you have a favorite out of the artist series so far? Let us know what you think in the comments.Photos by Christina Harrisonlast_img

Haessly and Serchen qualify for state tennis tournament

Haessly and Serchen qualify for state tennis tournament

first_imgBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterCHIPPEWA FALLS – Marshfield’s No. 1 doubles team of Olivia Haessly and Emily Serchen won their first match and ended up finishing fourth to qualify for the state meet on Thursday at the WIAA Division 1 girls tennis sectional at Chippewa Falls High School.Haessly and Serchen, both seniors, beat AnnMarie White and Alli Norder of Menomonie 6-2, 6-0, in the quarterfinals to earn a berth in next week’s 2015 WIAA State Individual Girls Tennis Tournament in Madison.The Marshfield duo lost in the semifinals to Jaide Barber and Juliet Champion of Stevens Point 6-3, 6-0 and dropped the third-place match to Eva O’Melia and Maddie Barnes of Rhinelander 6-2, 7-5, to finish fourth.Serchen and Haessly are now 16-11. They will play at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison next Thursday.Marshfield sophomore Ashley Schultz lost her first match at No. 1 singles, falling 6-0, 6-0, to Eau Claire Memorial junior Catherine Lindsay in the first round and was eliminated.The top four finishers in No. 1 singles and doubles, and the champion at No. 2 singles and doubles, move on to the state individual tournament.Memorial went on to win the team title and will participate in the 2015 WIAA State Team Girls Tennis Tournament in Madison on Oct. 23-24.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.) 2015 WIAA Division 1 Girls Tennis SectionalTeam scores: 1. Eau Claire Memorial 50; 2. Stevens Point 48; 3. Rhinelander 27; 4. Hudson 21; 5. Menomonie 11; 6. Marshfield and Wausau East 10; 8. Chippewa Falls 7; 9. New Richmond 6; 10. D.C. Everest, Merrill, Wausau West, Wisconsin Rapids, and Eau Claire North 4; 15. River Falls and Superior 2.No. 1 singles: 1. Emily Luetschwager (SP) 30-0; 2. Catherine Lindsay (ECM) 26-5; 3. Ivy Packard (RH) 18-7; 4. Sami Miles (WE) 17-12.No. 2 singles: 1. Sabrina Tang (SP) 28-2; 2. Sierra Auleta (ECM) 19-3; 3. Kristina Jacobson (RH) 24-3; 4. Ashley Altmann (CF) 13-5.No. 3 singles: 1. Gina Frenette (ECM) 29-0; 2. Lily Firkus (SP) 23-7; 3. Becca Tangen (HUD) 18-7; 4. Belinda Weddle (RH) 22-5.No. 4 singles: 1. Isy Thapar (ECM) 19-2; 2. Suzie DeBot (SP) 22-5; 3. Taylor Owens (HUD) 18-4; 4. Heather Kraemer (DC) 3-10.No. 1 doubles: 1. Emily Pepperl-Devin Bourget (ECM) 17-0; 2. Jaide Barber-Juliet Champion (SP) 21-7; 3. Eva O’Melia-Maddie Barnes (RH) 22-3; 4. Olivia Haessly-Emily Serchen (MAR) 16-11.No. 2 doubles: 1. Madison DeBot-Kayla Stutesman (SP) 24-3; 2. Anna Grasskamp-Molly Thapar (ECM) 18-2; 3. Lexi Hastings-Raina Bundy-Wurtz (MEN) 14-4; 4. Kianna Meyers-Brianna DeNamur (RH) 21-6.No. 3 doubles: 1. Mia Emberson-Zea Hirsch (ECM) 25-2; 2. Emily Meier-Kaylee Bruneau (SP) 21-9; 3. Sammy Johnson-Anna Wilgren (HUD) 21-3; 4. Erica Counter-Ali Schickert (RH) 20-4.last_img read more

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