first_imgAfter a talk with RIATF, Contreras said he will lift the medical certificate requirement for cargoes. A separate infographic was also posted bearing “Capiz Border Requirements” which included an ID, thermal scanning, medical certificate (for APOR-valid for 72 hours; for Individual – valid for 72 hours; and for cargo – valid for 5 days), and Letter of Acceptance and Travel Authority (for Iloilo City only)./PN New guidelines issued by the Capiz provincial government considered travelers from the city as locally stranded individuals (LSIs) and thus must undergo a 14-day quarantine. To note, as posted by Capiz provincial government in its Facebook page Capiz Kabalaka Information Center, Iloilo City residents and Capiznons who intend to enter Capiz are required to secure the following requirements: Treñas also slammed the Capiz capitol for allegedly prohibiting the entry of cargoes and essential supplies from Iloilo City – Region 6’s center of commerce and industry. He intends to bring up the concern before the Western Visayas Regional Task Force on COVID-19. “We are totally disappointed with Capiz,” an enraged Treñas said in a press conference yesterday. * Valid ID For those outside Iloilo City, Antique and Aklan, the requirements are valid ID and medical certificate from a licensed doctor. “Subong, ginapa-adjust ko na gani sa aton nga legal team and I think daw may gamay nga misinformation lang kay ang na-post abi sa infographics naton, daw nangin general ang paglantaw nila,” the governor explained.   * Medical certificate (from a licensed doctor)  These measures, according to Treñas, were not in the guidelines of the Regional Inter-Agency Task Force.   “If the border restrictions nga ginbutang nila sa cargoes from Iloilo going to Capiz will not be taken out, we are going to file a formal criminal complaint,” warned Treñas. “Kon indi na ma-resolve ti medyo delikado kay ang taga-Capiz indi kasulod sa syudad, indi kabakal kag indi man siguro kapangumpra diri,” the mayor said.  “Kon indi nila kita pagpasudlon didto, indi man naton sila pagpasudlon diri.” Mayor Jerry Treñas (left) decries the provincial government of Capiz for imposingborder restrictions. The move, however, is a precautionary measure, says Gov.Esteban Evan Contreras II of Capiz. ARNOLD ALMACEN/CMO For his part, Gov. Esteban Evan Contreras II of Capiz said the restrictions were a precautionary measure as Iloilo City reverted to general community quarantine (GCQ) status beginning Sunday (Aug. 16) due to a surge in locally transmitted cases of COVID-19. The order took effect on Aug. 15. These also set requirements, including the presentation of a valid identification (ID), a medical certificate and letter of acceptance from the local government of the intended destination.  * Travel authority from PNP ILOILO City – Mayor Jerry Treñas threatened to sue the provincial government of Capiz for imposing border restrictions to curtail the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). * Letter of Acceptancelast_img read more

UWF Comes From Behind to Beat Harding 2-1 in Overtime

first_img Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida men’s soccer team came from behind to defeat conference opponent Harding University in overtime 2-1. With the win the Argonauts secure their perfect 2011 home record going 5-0-2 at home and improved to 7-2-2 overall.In the first half West Florida controlled the tempo taking seven shots to Harding’s one. The Bisons made their one shot count though as Connor Galloway scored in the 18th minute on a penalty kick. The Argos trailed 1-0 after a physical first half which consisted of five cautions. The Argos knotted the score at one when Will Henderson (Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park HS) redirected a pass from Jack Salafrio (Gainesville, Fla./Buchholz HS) at the penalty marker into the back of the net, just 56 seconds into the second half. Physical play continued throughout the second half as two more cautions were issued while teams ended regulation tied at one. Just five minutes into overtime the Argos were awarded a penalty kick. Marquel Waldron (Warwick, Bermuda/Saltus Grammar School) stepped up and drove it past the diving Bison keeper to give UWF the victory and secure the perfect home record. It was fitting that the four year UWF senior scored the winning goal in his final home go as an Argo.The West Florida men’s soccer team will be back in action Friday October 14 against Christian Brothers in Memphis, Tenn. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit Print Friendly Version Marquel Waldron scored the winning goal in his final home game as an Argo (Photo by Jim Hogue) center_img UWF Comes From Behind to Beat Harding 2-1 in Overtimelast_img read more

Why Real Madrid must beat Liverpool – David Beckham

first_imgManchester United legend, David Beckham has begged Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid to defeat Liverpool in the Champions League final on Saturday night.According to Beckham, the Los Blancos have suffered enough this season by finishing third on the LaLiga table, behind champions Barcelona and runners-up Atletico Madrid.Metro, UK, reports that ahead of the Champions League final in Kiev, Beckham, a former Real Madrid star, sat down with Zidane and urged him to get one over United’s fierce rivals, Liverpool.“To have been successful as a player and now to be successful as the boss, the big boss, is incredible,” Beckham told Zidane.“I just want to wish Zizou, the boss, the president, the club good luck in the Champions League final.“And please beat Liverpool, please!’ Real have endured a difficult season in La Liga, finishing third behind champions Barcelona and runners-up Atletico Madrid. But they have remained a powerhouse in Europe”.Zidane, however, said: “We suffered and worked a lot to make it to the final.“‘There has been a lot of sacrifices, a lot of work, a lot of personal investment from everyone.“Once I decided to become a coach I thought nothing is impossible. Being a coach of Real Madrid I knew we could achieve great things.”last_img read more

EPL: Morata speaks on his new role at Chelsea

first_imgChelsea striker, Alvaro Morata has spoken on his new role in manager Maurizio Sarri’s formation.Sarri had demanded that the Spain international play more with the midfielders and attack the box.The 26-year-old netted Chelsea’s goal in their 1-0 victory against Vidi in the Europa League encounter last two weeks.Speaking to Chelsea’s official matchday programme, Morata said: “I need to come and get on the ball, connect with the midfielders and the wingers, and then I need to attack the box after that – but not to be in the box all the time.“When you come to take the ball deeper, it’s different – it means you attack the box and that makes it difficult for the other team because you arrive running.“I’m in a good way now.”Morata added. “I want to score more goals, to play more games, but at the end of the day the most important thing is the team wins, the other things come with that.“Right now, we are near the top of the Premier League and we are in a good position in the Europa League, so we need to continue in the current way because, with a little bit of luck, I think we can fight for all the trophies this year.”Morata will hope to lead Chelsea to victory when they take on Burnley on Sunday in the Premier League fixture.last_img read more

Ebinuma triumphs in 66-kg final

first_imgJudoka Masashi Ebinuma beat South Korean Kim Joo Jin in the men’s 66-kg final to claim the title at the Grand Slam Tokyo meet on Friday.Japanese judoka won all four weight categories in men’s and women’s action on the first day of the three-day meet at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. Two-time Olympic champion Masato Uchishiba, however, lost by ippon in a quarterfinal match against South Korean An Jeong Hwan, who deployed a well-timed scooping throw for the win.The 19-year-old Ebinuma, who won the Kodokan Cup national weight-class championships last month, beat An in the semifinals. At 60 kg, Masaaki Fukuoka prevailed against world silver medalist Hiroaki Hiraoka to claim the title.On the women’s side, Beijing Olympic silver medalist Maki Tsukada won the over 78-kg title, while 19-year-old Akari Ogata defeated compatriot Sayaka Anai in the 78-kg final. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5center_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMESlast_img read more

Tigers face pivotal year in Malzahn’s reign

first_imgAuburn head coach Gus Malzahn and the Tigers hope for a bounce-back season.Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn and the Tigers hope for a bounce-back season.Gus Malzahn is in no way on the hot seat at Auburn. Let’s get that out of the way right off the bat.However, this is a pivotal year in his tenure with the Tigers.How so? A quick review of Malzahn’s first two seasons as head coach has produced one year of fantastic results — remember the Rose Bowl when the Tigers were 13 seconds away from a national championship? The second year was one of mediocrity — an 8-5 record that featured a defense that couldn’t get off the field.Malzahn’s inaugural season produced plenty of warm, fuzzy moments. The Miracle on the Plains — Ricardo Louis’ catch of a tipped pass to beat Georgia — was upstaged only by the epic Kick Six stunner against Alabama.Those were defining moments in Malzahn’s first season, and it looked as if he had the King Midas golden touch. The love affair with the new head coach was in full bloom.And then came the 2014 debacle. The season produced a defensive collapse down the stretch as the team struggled. It included losses in four of the final five games. It bottomed out when Malzahn’s team gave up 55 points to Alabama in an Iron Bowl that more resembled an Arena League game than something produced in the storied Southeastern Conference.And that’s how we arrive at Malzahn’s pivotal third season. The Tigers are picked to win the SEC title and qualify for the four-team playoff. They will begin the season No. 6 in the AP poll. It’s the same spot as last season.Scoring points shouldn’t be a problem. If Malzahn is renowned for one thing, it’s his innovative mind when it comes to offensive creativity. Jeremy Johnson takes over from Nick Marshall at quarterback and is in the Heisman Trophy conversation despite a lack of appreciable playing time.Johnson will have an NFL-caliber wide receiver target to throw to if Duke Williams can get his act together. That’s a big if, though.With Malzahn, you can be sure the offense will rarely stumble. It’s the other side of the ball that will determine Auburn’s national championship aspirations.Auburn’s coach jettisoned Ellis Johnson after the disappointing 2014 season and upgraded his coordinator position with a splashy hire of Will Muschamp. The deposed head coach at Florida with Auburn ties is considered a defensive genius, and for the $1.6 million per season he is being paid, the improvement is expected to be immediate.Malzahn put pressure on his defensive coordinator to produce tangible results when he said Muschamp had “the best defensive mind in all of football, not just college football,” at the July SEC Football Media Days.This isn’t an Auburn team in a gradual rebuilding stage with an eye on the long haul. Instead, Malzahn and the Tigers are expected to win, and win big now. A lot of that winning will be determined by how Muschamp’s defense performs.A clearer picture of the Malzahn era at Auburn should emerge this season. If everything goes right and the Tigers meet expectations, he’ll continue to be the toast of the town. Another disappointing season, and you have to wonder if the shine will fade from his luster just a little bit. Gregg Dewalt, sports editor for the Florence TimesDaily can be reached at or follow @greggdewalt on Twitter.last_img read more

PNGNRLC calls for expansion of Digicel Cup

first_imgPNG National Rugby League Competition chairman Adrian Chow welcomes interest from prospective clubs that wish to participate in the National rugby league competition – Digicel Cup. PNGNRLC aims to expand the national competition in the future with additional clubs from other provinces joining the current 10 franchises. Expressions of Interest to participate in the Digicel Cup 2019 season will be called in the coming months. “We would like all bids to be a strong as possible, Chow said. “It is important that prospective clubs communicate with the PNGNRLC well in advance so that they are aware of all the requirements and criteria for entry and participation,” he said. Chow said this included having an appropriate entity structure, good governance and management, an approved venue, financial support and a strong or developing player base. “We wish to ensure that the Digicel Cup expands sustainably in the long term. This requires working together with all our franchises, stakeholders, sponsors and the PNGRFL to continue to raise and improve the standard and quality of the competition and rugby league in PNG,” Chow said.last_img read more

Milerock wins UDFA/ Frank Watson

first_img– By Joe ChapmanU-15 Football TournamentMILEROCK is the winner of the Upper Demerara Football Association-organized Frank Watson Memorial under-15 Football League championship which ended last Saturday at the Wisburg Secondary School ground.Playing in game one of the final day’s scheduled triple-header, Milerock were held to a 1-1 draw in their final game against Hi Stars.Botofago also played to a 1-1 stalemate with Amelia’s Ward to grab the second position while Silver Shattas finished fourth after gaining a walkover win against Topp XX to conclude the championship last Saturday at the Wisburg Secondary School groundThe unbeaten Milerock ended on 14 points from four wins and two draws as they nudged out Botofago with 13 points from four wins and one draw and one loss.Amelia’s Ward also finished on 13 points, and while their win/loss records were the same, the eventual runners-up had 12 for and four against while Amelia’s Ward had ten for and four conceded.Next were Silver Shattas who had two wins, two losses and two draws for eight points to finish ahead of Hi Stars who also had two wins but three losses and one draw for seven points.Topp XX followed with one win and five losses for three points. In the cellar spot was Eagles United with five losses and a draw for one point.last_img read more

Fulham youngster making ‘brilliant’ progress in recovery from injury

first_imgFulham youngster George Williams is making “brilliant” progress in his recovery from a long-term knee injury, according to boss Kit Symons. The 19-year-old suffered cruciate damage in March while on loan at MK Dons and faces a long spell on the sidelines.“He’s going brilliant George, I have to say,” Symons said. AdChoices广告“He’s a real character. We took him to Portugal and to Austria [during pre-season] – he came on both trips with us – and he’s now building up his unopposed ball work.“He’s doing all his rehab stuff and hanging around doing his finishing and crossing and buzzing about the place at the minute, so he’s on a real high, progressing really nicely and we’re really pleased with the progress he’s making.”Fulham are unsure when Williams will be available again but Symons says the Wales international is itching to return for both club and country.“With these long-term injuries, I don’t want to put a time on it,” Symons said. “He’s still a little way away. He’s still not in any contact yet – but he’s made sure he’s got his passport ready.” See also:Late equaliser denies Fulham opening-day win at CardiffBoss Symons wants an end product from FulhamCardiff v Fulham player ratingsRichards enjoying Fulham’s Swansea-like style Follow West London Sport on Twitter Find us on Facebooklast_img read more

Chelsea’s ‘concrete interest has turned up’ for young defender – Belief…

first_imgChelsea remain the big Premier League club chasing Hellas Verona’s Marash Kumbulla. That’s if we believe Corriere dello Sport on Wednesday, who explain Frank Lampard’s side have started to take certain strides towards the Albania international in order to overtake the competition.Earlier in the year, clubs such as Manchester United and Everton were also thrown in the mix by various members of the Italian media, but the one that has truly stuck, at least in recent weeks is Chelsea.Corriere tend to be the ones driving the story, and they claim that while Inter were seen as the favourites to acquire Kumbulla up to a few days ago, the Blues’ ‘concrete interest has turned up’ and seemingly disrupted those plans.Embed from Getty ImagesThis all comes amid an article about Lazio’s interest in the player, who want to sell him a project where he can continue to grow while being a main protagonist.However, they have to compete with big clubs such as the Stamford Bridge side, Inter and Borussia Dortmund, which doesn’t make their task any easier.It’s stated ‘foreign clubs, and Chelsea above all’ could ‘outperform’ the competition.There’s still hope from Lazio’s end their plan will be the logical one for him to choose, but if it solely comes down to money, we all know who will come out on top.Oh, and he’d cost ‘more than €20m’, not that this would be an issue for Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending Today聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoEveryday KoalaThese Twins Were Named “Most Beautiful In The World,” Wait Till You See Them TodayEveryday KoalaUndolast_img read more