Although this next week brings Fall Break, the Bulldog XC team will be hard at work preparing for the Regional competition next Saturday at Franklin Community High School. Race time begins at 10 am starting with the varsity boys! This is a new course for us, but we visited it last weekend and it is nice. Also a great place for spectators! Come out and cheer on your dogs as they fight to move on to Semi-State!16352The Rushville Lions won The Boys Sectional Title at Connersville. Cambridge City and Hagerstown also qualify for The Regionals. Connersville placed 5th and Franklin County 6th.The Centerville Lady Bulldogs won The Girls Sectional Title at Connersville. Rushville and Franklin County also qualify for The Regionals. 16353 Well, it was quite a bit of change in running conditions this morning for everyone than it has been all season for the XC Sectional competition. 37 degrees, a little windy…but that did not slow down the Batesville Bulldogs! They had a goal and were not going to let a little bit of weather ruin it. Both the boys and the girls defended their Sectional titles today winning by quite a gap. The boys took first with an incredible low of 20 points, having their top 5 in the top of 8 the meet. Greensburg took the runner up honors with 58 points. Other teams advancing to Regional competition next Saturday are Oldenburg Academy (80pts), East Central (98pts) and Jac-Cen-Del (108pts). The Batesville girls scored 35 points with again Greensburg taking the runner up spot at 53 points. On the girls side it was South Ripley (112pts), South Dearborn (123pts) and East Central (126pts) who will advance to Regionals. Congratulations to all the teams! In the Ladies race, Greensburg’s Brenner Hannah took the Championship title with an incredible time of 18:27! Bulldog’s Lily Pinckley took the runner up at a personal best of 19:10, which ties the school record, held by Sarah Poltrack! Way to go Lily! Ava Hanson came in third (19:42) with Maria Lopez running a personal best of 20:19 claiming the 7th spot. Trysta Vielring took 11th (20:59) with Madison Rahschulte right behind her in 12th (21:01). Sophie Myers was the 12th Bulldog to make the All-Sectional team placing 16th (21:20) Just missing the top 20 was Liz Loichinger who ran her first race in over a month after coming back from an injuring placing 25th with a respectable time of 22:22. Congratulations to all the dogs on an awesome start to tournament season! Batesville had 12 runners make the All-Sectional team! Ean Loichinger defended his individual Sectional Championship title leading the Bulldogs with a personal best time of 16:09. He was closely followed by teammate Adam Moster taking the running up spot also running a personal best at 16:16. Joshua Myers was 4th for the dogs (16:46) with teammate Benjamin Moster close behind with a personal best of 16:52. Daren Smith was the next Batesville runner to cross the line with a personal best of 17:21 and placing 8th. Dillon Murray was the 6th Bulldog to make the All-Sectional team placing 15th(17:56). Also running varsity for the dogs was Luke Esser who was 34th (19:03).
The Florida Senate will have the final say in whether suspended Broward Sheriff Scott Israel will be reinstated.Visit the link below to watch the full session including the vote. (Once on the website click Senate in Special Session then live or live session to watch.)LIVE at 2 PM on https://t.co/eS9MV7TbZA: Senate in Special Session— The FLORIDA Channel (@floridachannel) October 23, 2019
The coalition includes the top health officials from 30 of the country’s largest metropolitan areas, including virtually every major league city. It noted that testing should not replace the quarantine of those diagnosed with COVID-19, and recommended that players and staff cooperate with contact tracing. Teams should report clusters of three or more positive cases that occur within a two-week period.___Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said he’s reluctant to allow UConn’s football team to travel to states with high coronavirus infection rates this fall.UConn, which is scheduled to play its first season as an independent after leaving the American Athletic Conference has road games scheduled at Virginia, Mississippi, North Carolina and San Jose State. Lamont said should the team travel to a state where infection rates remain high, Husky players would be subject to Connecticut’s 14-day quarantine rule upon their return to Storrs.“Gov. Lamont has done a tremendous job leading our state through this difficult time,” UConn athletic director David Benedict said in a statement. “We will continue to consult with his team and follow the guidance of state and public health officials to find the best path forward.” The Big East’s members, located in eight of the country’s top 36 largest media markets, are Butler, Connecticut, Creighton, DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Villanova and Xavier.___The American Athletic Conference will require all its schools to test football players for COVID-19 at least 72 hours before competition.The announcement Thursday by the American comes ahead of the expected release of recommendations from the NCAA.The Power Five conferences — ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC — have been working toward a minimum standard for testing throughout major college football. Though the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced last week that they would play only conference games this football season to help minimize potential disruptions caused by COVID-19, other FBS conferences have not yet decided on scheduling formats for the coming season, which appears to be in peril because of the surging pandemic. Sochi last month won a game 10-1 against FC Rostov after a virus outbreak forced Rostov to send a team of youth and academy players. Another club, FC Orenburg, forfeited two games following an outbreak at the club and has since been relegated. Another game was postponed last month after three virus cases among Dynamo Moscow players.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Left-handed reliever Aaron Loup was added to the roster in place of Meadows, who was a first-time All-Star and batted .291 with 33 homers and 89 RBIs last season.Meadows had not been seen at Tropicana Field since working out with the Rays on July 3, the first day of summer camp.The 25-year-old is the second Tampa Bay player known to have tested positive for the coronavirus. Right-handed pitcher Tyler Glasnow joined the team Tuesday after missing 11 days of summer camp.___Star third baseman Yoán Moncada rejoined the Chicago White Sox after missing the start of their summer camp because he contracted the coronavirus. Training and practices can be conducted at the discretion of each school.Sports that are played in the spring won’t participate in any fall competition before Sept. 24, which includes baseball, beach volleyball, golf, rowing, softball and tennis.Men’s and women’s basketball, which are scheduled to start Nov. 10, aren’t affected.___Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon, one of the NBA players who tested positive for COVID-19, says he has been wearing a mask at practice for two reasons: To help get in shape and to make his teammates comfortable he won’t spread the disease. Moncada revealed that he tested positive for COVID-19 on a video conference call with reporters. He said he didn’t experience any major symptoms but it was a difficult time for him and a little scary. He hopes to be ready for opening day July 24. ___The University of Northern Colorado has suspended athletic workout activities after a spate of positive cases of COVID-19, including among football players who have been advised to quarantine.There is no timeline for when the student athletes will be allowed to return to voluntary workouts at the campus about an hour north of Denver. The Latest: Meadows tests positive, Moncada back from virus AAC Commissioner Mike Aresco says the testing protocols will apply throughout the regular and bowl seasons. More operational protocols are still being finalized, as are testing protocols for other sports. ___A top-division Russian soccer game has been called off after nine people at FC Sochi tested positive for the virus.The Russian Premier League says Sochi’s game against Tambov will not take place as scheduled on Thursday. The league hasn’t said how many of the nine are players.There was no mention of whether the game could be rescheduled. The league is scheduled to finish its season next Wednesday. Wisconsin is delaying its renovation of the south end-zone seating area inside Camp Randall Stadium due to uncertainty caused by the pandemic.The project was scheduled to begin after the 2020 football season and completed by the start of the 2021 schedule.“We are obviously operating in a time of great uncertainty,” athletic director Barry Alvarez said in a statement. “Given our construction timeline and the timing around when decisions had to be made, we felt it was best to be prudent and delay the project for a bit.’’The renovation includes enhanced seating options such as loge boxes and club seats as well as access to indoor and outdoor hospitality clubs and climate-controlled amenities and premium food offerings.Wisconsin’s renovation of the Kohl Center is on a different timeline and hasn’t been delayed at this point. Associated Press ___The Big East Conference has joined several other leagues in deciding to play only conference opponents during the fall sports season, if it’s able to play at all.The basketball-focused conference announced the decision Thursday. The Big East still hasn’t decided whether it will conduct a fall season and championships.The league said in the coming weeks, it will continue to monitor COVID-19 conditions across the country and in Big East communities and will provide further updates on dates and formats “as appropriate.” All decisions regarding fall conference competition will be guided by health and safety concerns and will be made in accordance with NCAA actions and policies.The sports affected are men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross-country, volleyball and field hockey. The Big East’s plans for the 2020-21 winter and spring sports seasons remain unaffected at this time. ___Michigan State University is temporarily reducing salaries for athletic department employees under contract who make at least $100,000 to cope with the loss of revenue related to the COVID-19 pandemic.The move announced Thursday will cost Hall of Fame basketball coach Tom Izzo just under $250,000 and football coach Mel Tucker a little more than a quarter million dollars based on a 7% cut in pay for employees making at least $500,000.Michigan State athletic Bill Beekman will reduce his $750,000 salary by 10%. Athletic department employees who make $100,000 to $149,999 will have their salaries reduced by 2%. The pay cuts will begin Sept. 1 and will end Aug. 31, 2021.___ July 16, 2020 He also says he intends to carry a message on the back of his jersey though he declined to say what it will say.___A coalition of health department leaders in major American cities cautioned Major League Baseball to avoid risky behavior when the season resumes next week.In statement issued by Executive Director Chrissie Juliano, the Big Cities Health Coalition made some recommendations about procedures to follow when the baseball season resumes July 23. They range from proper handwashing stations to only traveling on charter flights. “It is critical that the local public health status of COVID-19 be considered when determining if professional sporting events should take place in the jurisdiction, with or without spectators,” Juliano wrote. “We all want to see our teams back on their respective fields, but, frankly, this should not come at the expense of the health and safety of the people in their organizations and our community.” The university on Thursday declined to identify those who tested positive for the virus, citing patient privacy and Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment regulations.The school is working with local health officials on contract tracing to notify anyone who came in close contact with the student athletes who were infected.___The West Coast Conference will delay the start of fall competition in all sports until Sept. 24 because of the coronavirus pandemic.The league said Thursday that the affected sports are cross country, soccer and volleyball. The decision doesn’t apply to sports which aren’t sponsored by the league, including BYU and University of San Diego football. ___Organizers of the Cancun Challenge are moving this fall’s Thanksgiving week college basketball tournament to the campus of Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne, Florida.They’re hoping the new venue will help keep athletes, coaches, staff members and fans safe as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage. The arena is located six miles from Kennedy Space Center and seats approximately 1,500 fans.Last fall organizers announced the field would feature men’s teams from Clemson, Illinois State, Mississippi State and Purdue on Nov. 24-25 and women’s teams from Florida State, Houston, Iowa, Northeastern, Purdue, Toledo, Southern California and VCU on Nov. 26-28. Tennessee was added to the women’s field later.Final details about hotels, travel packages, teams and schedules have not been finalized, organizers say, and fans are being asked to wait to book trips until more details are available. The Miami Dolphins say they’re prepared to play with or without spectators this season, but they will not allow fans to attend their home preseason game or training camp, and there will be no tailgating during the regular season.The changes were made because of the coronavirus and announced Thursday.Stadium capacity for regular-season games will be determined later. Social distancing will be required if spectators are allowed, and fans and stadium employees will be required to wear masks when not eating or drinking.“Things are changing week to week, and we are still more than two months away from our first scheduled regular-season home game,” Dolphins CEO Tom Garfinkel said in a statement. “So we’ll wait and work with local authorities, and make the determination about fans or no fans based on the data as we get closer. … We’re ready for any scenario.”___ Brogdon was a late arrival in Orlando, Florida, after announcing June 24 that he had a positive test. He returned to practice for the first time Wednesday and intends to wear the mask until games start.“I feel really good,” Brogdon said. “My conditioning is not where I want it to be, of course. It’s not NBA shape. But I’ve heard people say I look more in shape than they thought I would. I will definitely be in shape by the time games start.”Coach Nate McMillan said the decision is entirely up to Brogdon.“He doesn’t have to do that,” McMillan said. “But we haven’t really thought about it (spreading) because of all the testing we have go through.”Brogdon also is coming back from a torn quad muscle in his thigh he suffered March 4. The Pacers had listed Brogdon as week to week when the season was suspended in mid-March. The Mid-American Conference will delay the start of its fall Olympic sports, including men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball, to Sept. 3. The conference football season is also scheduled to begin that day. The conference said the decision will provide more time to provide for a safe return to competition.___The Cancun Challenge basketball tournament for men and women has been moved from Mexico to Melbourne, Florida, because of the coronavirus.The games will be played at Eastern Florida State College. Details on the fields and schedule will be released later. Last year’s event was held in late November.___ ___The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference has suspended fall sports, becoming the third Division I league to postpone its football season.Following fellow FCS conferences the Ivy League and Patriot League, the MEAC announced it would not have competition in the fall and consider trying to make up the schedule for those sports in the 2021 spring semester.The MEAC is comprised of 11 historically black colleges, though its membership is in flux. Earlier this year, Florida A&M and Bethune-Cookman announced they would be leaving the MEAC and joining the Southwestern Athletic Conference next year. MEAC-power North Carolina A&T has announced it will be moving to the Big South in 2021.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Austin Meadows was placed on the injured list after testing positive for the coronavirus. The San Francisco 49ers and Giants are teaming with a health care company to distribute hundreds of thousands of cloth masks throughout the Bay Area to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.The two teams announced the plan Thursday to work with Dignity Health and their flagship radio station KNBR on the initiative to support Governor Gavin Newsom’s campaign advocating wearing masks in public.The teams will each produce masks co-branded with Dignity Health’s logo that will be distributed at no charge to fans, workers on the front lines of the pandemic and community organizations. The Giants masks are currently being distributed with the baseball season scheduled to start next week. The 49ers masks are set to be distributed starting next month.The initiative will start with 200,000 masks and could reach 500,000 if there is demand.“If we want to get back to the ballpark and get life back to life as normal this is a simple step,” 49ers CEO Jed York said about wearing masks.
The Gunners’ north London rivals Spurs lost ground after going down to a 1-0 defeat at Manchester United. Spurs remain in fifth on 27 points, 10 adrift of Chelsea.United, for whom Henrikh Mkhitaryan opened his account in the Premier League before going off on a stretcher in the second-half with what appeared a left ankle injury, are 13 points shy of the leaders but only six off the Champions League spots.United manager Jose Mourinho, who said he didn’t think the injury to Mkhitaryan was serious and that the player risked missing just two weeks, hailed the three points haul as “magic”.West Brom made it difficult for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge until Costa seized on the ball 14 minutes from time, brushed off the attention of Gareth McAuley and rifled the ball past Ben Foster into the top far corner.Chelsea manager Antonio Conte feted his players for winning nine in a row — scoring 23 and conceding just two goals — in a “very tough league”.“I’m very happy. We faced a tough, physical team. They’re difficult to break down and we showed great patience to find the right solution,” said the 47-year-old Italian.“It wasn’t easy but my players showed great character and motivation to win.“We are working very well. When you don’t find the goal, it becomes more difficult but we were very good to find in the right moment to do it.”The United and Spurs match was of a far better quality with the hosts going close through Paul Pogba, who hit the post and also forced Spurs’ French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris into a superb save in the second-half.The visitors could have gone home with a share of the points but for a woeful misdirected header from unmarked Kenyan midfield enforcer Victor Wanyama.“Our heart was in our hands but the players gave us everything. These three points are magic because it’s against a very good team so it means more for us,” Mourinho told Sky Sports.In a match involving two struggling teams, Southampton ended a bad week with a much-needed win, beating Middlesbrough 1-0.Record signing Sofiane Boufal secured the three points with a delightful effort from the edge of the area.Victory — only Southampton’s second in seven matches — moves Saints eight points clear of the relegation places while ‘Boro remain mired in the battle for survival, just three points better off than third from bottom West Ham.RESULTSChelsea 1-0 West BromMan Utd 1-0 TottenhamS’thampton 1-0 M’broughLiverpool 2-2 West Ham Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram A superb Diego Costa strike stretched Chelsea’s winning run to nine matches, equalling their streak from 2007, after they overcame West Brom 1-0 yesterday in the Premier League.Costa’s 12th goal of the season sees the Blues maintain their three-point advantage over Arsenal who briefly went top on goal difference after beating Stoke 3-1 on Saturday.
Demola OjoRussiaâ€™s fairy-tale run to the quarter finals of the 2018 World Cup was ended in dramatic fashion by Croatia who prevailed on penalties for a second consecutive time at this competition.After 120 minutes of drama, suspense, and tension both teams were locked 2-2 with the lottery of penalties the only way to separate them. Both Russia and Croatia headed into this match in similar fashion, earning penalty kick victories after 1-1 draws against Spain and Denmark respectively. And despite Croatia enjoying most of the possession, they struggled to subdue a Russia side full of energy and commitment.However, Croatia reached the World Cup semi-finals for the second time in their history with Ivan Rakitic again the hero in a 4-3 penalty shoot-out victory.Having slotted home the winning kick against Denmark in the last 16, Rakitic held his nerve to convert from the spot, with Mario Fernandes going from hero to villain by missing from 12 yards after his 115th-minute header had made it 2-2 deep into extra time.After ending the home sideâ€™s incredible run, Zlatko Dalicâ€™s side will aim to at least go one better than the famous 1998 vintage, who finished third in France, when they meet England at the Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday.Denis Cheryshev got Russia off to a brilliant start by marking his return to the starting line-up with yet another contender for goal of the tournament after his stunning efforts against Saudi Arabia and Egypt in the group stage, but Andrej Kramaric equalised just eight minutes later.Domagoj Vida headed Luka Modricâ€™s corner home 10 minutes into the first extra period, only for Fernandes, the Brazil-born defender who was only granted Russia citizenship by president Vladimir Putin two years ago, to keep Russiaâ€™s hopes alive in a dramatic finish.However, it was not to be for the resilient hosts, with goalkeeper Danijel Subasic saving Fedor Smolovâ€™s penalty and Fernandes firing wide before Rakitic kept his composure to send Croatia through.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The speedy and mercurial Musa, who started the match as against bench role in the opening match against Croatia, has a great opportunity to put himself in the record books if his goal is eventually picked as the best.The goal contending to be the best for Russia 2018 was scored in the 75thminute. It was a fine individual effort as the Vice captain of Super Eagles outpaced Icelandâ€™s Kari Arnason before rounding Goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson who sprawled helplessly on the turf to double Nigeria’s lead in the classic encounter and was eventually voted as the ‘Man of the Match’ and put the country back in contention to qualify from the group which Nigeria later relinquish to Argentina in the last group D match at Saint Petersburg.Musa got himself composed before firing into the net. Itâ€™ was his fourth goal in two World Cup matches having achieved a brace against Argentina at Brazil 2014 thus making him the second African player to score two World Cup braces, after Roger Milla in 1990.It is even still a big surprise that his first goal against Iceland did not make the cut. It was another superb goal good enough for exhibition on television.Musa controlled Victor Mosesâ€™ cross with one touch, setting himself up for an unstoppable half-volley with his second. The huge crowd at the Volgograd Arena rose in salute for the master piece of a goal.Now, Musaâ€™s shortlisted goal is contesting with 17 others scored by notable players like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Germanyâ€™s Toni Kroos among others.The poll presented by Hyundai will be open for a week till Monday. Nigeria with its huge population can help Musa achieve success by voting for his goal which is listed ninth among the 18.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Femi SolajaSuper Eagles pacy winger, Ahmed Musa, is in contention for the ‘best goal’ of the World Cup finals which was rounded up last Sunday in Moscow.With FIFA’s launch of a poll yesterday to pick the best of the 169 goals scored at the Russia 2018 World Cup, Ahmed Musaâ€™s classy goal, the second against Iceland at Volgograd has been shortlisted among the tournamentâ€™s best 18 goals.
In addition to Janke, several USC parents involved in the college admissions scheme also pleaded guilty. Los Angeles businessman Devin Sloane pleaded guilty Monday to paying $250,000 in bribes to admit his son to USC as a water polo player, despite the fact that his son never played the sport. Davina and Bruce Isackson, the president of a real estate firm in the Bay Area, pleaded guilty last month to getting their daughters into UCLA and USC through bribes. Janke conspired with college admissions consultant William “Rick” Singer, the scheme’s mastermind, who has pleaded guilty to four felonies. While working at USC from 2007 to 2014, Janke created false awards for prospective students’ admission profiles and altered images to make the students appear as athletes. Janke agreed to cooperate with the federal investigation into the scandal in April, the Daily Trojan reported. Former USC women’s assistant soccer coach Laura Janke pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge Tuesday. Janke created fake athletic profiles to admit the students of wealthy parents who bribed her and other University officials as part of the college admissions bribery scheme. Sloane and the Isacksons are among 14 parents who pleaded guilty to their involvement in the college admissions bribery scheme, code-named “Operation Varsity Blues” by the FBI. In addition to pleading guilty, Janke entered into a formal cooperation agreement April 21, in hopes of receiving a more lenient sentence by providing information which could help prosecutors’ investigations, according to the Los Angeles Times. Janke’s plea agreement includes a sentence for up to approximately three years in prison, according to the Los Angeles Times. Her sentence could be reduced if the information she provides prosecutors helps the investigation. Janke will be sentenced Oct. 17.
Published on October 5, 2019 at 8:43 pm Contact Danny: email@example.com | @DannyEmerman With less than five minutes remaining, the Orange clung to a 2-1 lead thanks to goals from juniors Claire Cooke and Sarah Luby. SU’s sixth win in its last seven games was within reach. But the Cardinal had other plans. Stanford’s Frances Carstens’ goal in free play evened the score at 2-2, and Emma Alderton’s steal-and-score put Stanford on top. On Saturday night in Berkeley, California, No. 14 Syracuse (8-3, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) failed to hold its lead to No. 16 Stanford (7-5, 1-0 America East) in a 3-2 loss.In the first quarter, Syracuse out-shot Stanford 4-0 and had three penalty corner opportunities, but couldn’t find the back of the net. It was only a matter of time before SU scored.Seven minutes into the second quarter, Cooke put the Orange on top, 1-0, with her second goal of the season. Stanford, though had a response. Four minutes later, Stanford junior Corinne Zanolli set up Lynn Vanderstichele for an equalizer. Zanolli, who broke the Stanford single-season record with 26 goals last season, recorded five shots and that assist.In the third quarter, Luby put SU back on top. The Orange maintained a 2-1 lead for the next 20 minutes, until Alderton and Carstens led Stanford’s late comeback.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis week, Syracuse head coach Ange Bradley cited the back line as an area that needs improvement, particularly after Duke recorded 17 more shots than SU on Sept. 27. Saturday’s loss added questions about SU’s defense, as Stanford out-shot Syracuse by five in the fourth quarter.Syracuse’s defense wasn’t the only problem on Saturday. In total, SU was out-shot 11-9 and failed to convert on three penalty corner chances. Syracuse freshman Charlotte de Vries, who averages 1.33 goals per game (second in the ACC), was held scoreless and limited to one shot one day after she tallied a hat trick against California.With the 3-2 loss, Syracuse has now won five of its last seven games. In that stretch, SU beat No. 2 Duke, then-No. 14 Saint Joseph’s, but lost to No. 5 Virginia and, now, Stanford. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
The 2017 University of Ghana (UG) Inter-Hall Rugby 7s Competition has been officially launched at a press conference organized by the University of Ghana Sports Directorate (UGSD) in collaboration with Titans Sporting Club on Friday March 3, 2017 at the premises of the Sports Directorate.Dignitaries PresentDignitaries who graced the occasion included Alhaji Tahiru Yusif Amuda (Head Coach, UGSD), Mr. Michael Justice Apea (Rugby Coordinator, UGSD), Mr. Marshall Nortey (Vice Chairman, Titans SC), some Hall Sports Secretaries, UG athletes and various print, online, audio and visual media houses.Welcome Address and PurposeCommencing the program, Alhaji Tahiru Yusif Amuda (Head Coach, UGSD), sitting for the Director of Sports, spoke briefly about the launch of the UG Rugby 7’s Competitions as well as the collaboration between the Sports Directorate and Titans Sporting Club.“…. we are here to officially launch the UG Inter-Hall Rugby Competition and to formally inform the public about the commencement of the tournament on March 17-18 at the University of Ghana Rugby Field and Athletics Oval respectively” After the purpose of gathering, Mr. Michael Justice Apea (Rugby Coordinator, UGSD) gave a brief history on the development of rugby from 2000 till date. He also spoke about the good works of Titans sporting Club in assisting the competition but was quick to ask for more assistance from stakeholders and philanthropists.“….. the Sports Directorate is committed to developing and promoting Rugby to the highest level so we invite stakeholders and philanthropists to come on board to help develop rugby on campus” – Mr. Michael Justice Apea (Rugby Coordinator, UGSD)With much enthusiasm, the Vice Chairman of Titans SC, Mr. Marshall Nortey lauded the Sports Directorate for the work done so far with rugby. He then informed the Sports Directorate of the trophy and medals presented by Titans and Alive and Kicking for the competition.BallotingWith all said and done, the program zoomed into the balloting stage. Last year’s winner, Legon Hall and 1st runner up Jubilee-International Students’ hostel were seeded into group B and A respectively. See groups and fixtures below. Group A: International Students’ hostelAfrican UnionMensah SarbahCommonwealth HallGroup B: Legon HallJean Nelson Aka HallHilla Limann HallAkuafo HallClosing RemarksThe Head Coach Alhaji Tahiru Yusif Amuda expressed gratitude to all present for making time of their busy schedule to attend the august occasion. He further thanked Titan SC and Alive and Kicking for the support and insisted this continues till the end of time.The 2017 UG Inter-Hall Rugby 7s Competition will have a total of eight (8) teams put in two groups with the first and second of each group progressing to play in the Top four of the competition. The competition kicks-off March 17, 2017 and ends on March 18, 2017.
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