DDTV: ST MICHAEL’S U16’S INVOLVED IN ONE OF THE WORST UMPIRING DECISIONS WE’VE EVER SEEN

first_imgClick on the video above to witness quite possibly one of the worst umpiring decisions you’re ever likely to see.The incident occurred during the match between St Michael’s U16’s and Carrickmore at the Paul McGirr Memorial Ulster U16 club champions competition. St Michael’s won the match and now face Belfast side St Brigid’s in the semi-final on Saturday.As the St Michael’s midfielder bares down on goal, he skews his effort clearly wide, however both umpires signalled a point.Which resulted in the inevitable and understandable reaction of the partisan crowd.Adult language is used, as ‘Mickey’ the umpire comes in for some fierce criticism from the side-lines. DDTV: ST MICHAEL’S U16’S INVOLVED IN ONE OF THE WORST UMPIRING DECISIONS WE’VE EVER SEEN was last modified: November 14th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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) Tags:DDTVnewsSportSt Michaelslast_img read more

SOCCER – DONEGAL SCHOOLBOYS WEEKEND RESULTS

first_imgDONEGAL SCHOOLBOYS LEAGUERESULTSTHURSDAY South DivisionUnder-12 LeagueDonegal Town 0 v 2 Eany CelticEany Development Squad 1 v 6 Donegal/Killymard SATURDAY 14-9-2013East DivisionUnder-16 LeagueDrumkeen United 8 v 0 Castlefin CelticBallybofey United 2 v 2 Lifford Celtic Curragh Athletic 1 v 0 Cappry RoversConvoy Arsenal Free WeekendUnder-12 LeagueCappry Rovers 4 v 5 Drumkeen United Lifford Celtic P v P Castlefin CelticConvoy Arsenal P v P Curragh AthleticRaphoe Town 0 v 0 Fintown HarpsSouth DivisionUnder-16 LeagueDunkineely Celtic 0 v 1 Eany CelticDonegal Town 6 v 0 St. CatherinesErne Wanderers Free WeekendUnder-12 LeagueErne Wanderers 7 v 2 Dunkineely CelticSt. Catherines 5 v 1 Drumbar F.C.Letterkenny DivisionUnder-16 LeagueGlenea United 3 v 1 Milford UnitedSwilly Ramblers 0 v 6 Letterkenny RoversDunfanaghy Youths 0 v 6 Swilly RoversBallyare Diamonds 0 v 6 Bonagee UnitedBonagee Arcade 1 v 8 Keadue RoversIllistrin United P v 0 Gweedore UnitedMulroy Academy 6 v 0 Gweedore CelticUnder-14 Premier LeagueLetterkenny Rovers 3 v 0 Kilmacrennan CelticSwilly Rovers 10 v 0 Illistrin UnitedBonagee United 8 v 0 Dunfanaghy YouthsLagan Harps 5 v 5 Mulroy AcademyMilford United 3 v 1 Ballyraine UnitedUnder-14 1st DivisionCappry Crusaders 5 v 0 Swilly RamblersLetterkenny Crusaders 10 v 1 Ballyraine CelticLetterkenny United 0 v 6 Bonagee ArcadeUnder-12 Premier LeagueLetterkenny Rovers 11 v 0 Ballyraine UnitedKilmacrennan Celtic 7 v 1 Dunfanaghy YouthsMulroy Academy 1 v 3 Milford UnitedLagan Harps 0 v 5 Bonagee UnitedSwilly Rovers 0 v 2 GlencarIllistrin United Free WeekendUnder-12 1st DivisionGlencar Hammers (above) who beat Bonagee Arcade below in a terrific encounter at Rockhill.Glencar Hammers 4 v 0 Bonagee ArcadeLurgy Celtic 1 v 1 Cappry CrusadersSwilly Ramblers 2 v 7 Letterkenny CrusadersNorthwest DivisionUnder-14 LeagueGlenea United 2 v 6 Gweedore CelticDungloe Town 8 v 2 Gweedore UnitedKeadue Rovers Free WeekendUnder-12 LeagueGlenea United 1 v 6 Gweedore CelticDungloe Town 0 v 3 Gweedore UnitedGlenree United 2 v 4 Keadue RoversSOCCER – DONEGAL SCHOOLBOYS WEEKEND RESULTS was last modified: September 15th, 2013 by StephenShare 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)Tags:Donegal Schoolboys Leaguelast_img read more

BREAKING NEWS: INVESTIGATION LAUNCHED AFTER MAN STABBED IN LIFFORD

first_imgThis road was closed off in Lifford this morning following the alleged stabbing.Garda are investigating an incident after a man was stabbed in a house in Lifford overnight.LiffordThe area has been sealed off while Gardai carry out a full investigation.It is understood the man who has been stabbed is a 21 year old while a 19 year old man has been arrested in connection with the incident. An area close to Butcher Street has been cordoned off.However, it’s understood that the man’s injuries are not life-threatening.Gardai have begun a full investigation into the incident.  BREAKING NEWS: INVESTIGATION LAUNCHED AFTER MAN STABBED IN LIFFORD was last modified: June 30th, 2015 by StephenShare 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) Tags:donegalGardaiLiffordstabbinglast_img read more

Deferral on backstop decision has worrying implications for our border – McConalogue

first_imgDeputy Charlie McConalogue has expressed concern that the deadline for a deal on a border backstop has been put back to October.Deputy McConalogue says the delay could see Ireland’s negotiation position on an open border weakened.“I am growing increasingly worried that there appears to be no sense of urgency with this government to get a deal on an open border secured. Brexit is coming down the tracks in just over a year’s time and we are no further along in ensuring that a hard border on the island of Ireland is prevented”, said Deputy McConalogue. “Back in December we were told we had a “bullet-proof” guarantee that there would be no hard border, but as the months are passing that position appears to be weakening. The so-called backstop appears to be the only measure that we are relying on. Now we hear that an agreement on the border may not be concluded until October – this is a very worrying turn of events.”He added that the whole purpose of structuring the Brexit talks in two phases was to ensure agreement was reached in phase one on several critical issues, including the border with the North.He said that talks were not due to move on to phase 2 until these issues were agreed, but now we have a situation whereby a transition period has been agreed, and advanced discussions on trade will soon get underway – all without any guarantees that a hard border will be avoided.He stressed “This has serious implications for Ireland’s negotiation ability. As the talks progress, other important issues will arise and the border could fall down the priority list. “I am unclear as to what the government has achieved for Ireland at this point – it’s almost two years after Britain voted to leave the EU and despite a series of speeches by the Taoiseach and the Foreign Affairs Minister that there was a “cast-iron” guarantee that a hard border would not come to pass, we appear to be no further down the road in securing an open border for the island of Ireland”.Deferral on backstop decision has worrying implications for our border – McConalogue was last modified: March 26th, 2018 by StephenShare 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) Tags:BrexitCharlie McConlaoguelast_img read more

Quality basic education

first_imgThe National Development Plan’s vision is that by 2030, South Africans will have universal early childhood education, high-quality schooling, further education and training.NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN OUTCOME 1Researched, edited and compiled by Mary AlexanderIn 2030, South Africans will be enriched by universal early childhood education, high-quality schooling, further education and training that allows them to fulfill their potential, and expanding higher education that accelerates the shift to a knowledge economy.•  Overview•  Document downloads•  Quality basic education•  Health care for all•  Safety & freedom from fear•  Economy & employment•  A skilled workforce•  Economic infrastructure•  Vibrant rural communities•  Sustainable human settlements•  Accountable local government•  Natural environment•  South Africa in the world•  Efficient public service•  Inclusive social protection•  Nation building, social cohesion Basic education – DownloadsFind out more about the National Development Plan:• National Development Plan – full text• National Development Plan – Chapter 9: Improving education, training and innovation• Medium-Term Strategic Framework 2014 to 2019 – Outcome 1: Quality basic education• Department of Basic Education Action Plan to 2019• Infographic: Improving education, training and innovationBasic education – The visionIn the year 2030, South Africans have education of the highest quality, giving them life-changing skills and knowledge. Education make people’s life chances more equal. It is the door to success: South Africans now earn more than their parents and grandparents.A better educated population has boosted economic growth. This larger economy has space for more jobs, and has lifted more people out of poverty. Equality in education has also levelled out income inequality.In 2030, South Africa enjoys an education system with:• High-quality, universal early childhood education• Quality school education, with globally competitive literacy and numeracy standards• Further and higher education and training that allows people to fulfil their potential• An expanding higher-education sector that boosts incomes and productivity, and shifts South Africa towards a knowledge-based economy• A wider system of innovation that links universities, science councils and independent research and development institutions with priority areas of the economyBasic education – The challengesThe quality of education for most black children is poor. After 12 years of schooling, many can’t find jobs. Poor education also reduces the earning potential and career mobility of those who do get jobs – and limits the competitiveness of South African businesses.In poorer communities, schools are still substandard, textbooks are not delivered and teachers are not motivated and well-supported. Poor communities cannot support their schools and school governing bodies to the same extent as wealthier communities. Weak management and accountability leads to poor use of taxpayer resources.While socioeconomic conditions of learners constrain learning achievement it is clear that in South Africa unequal schooling aggravates socioeconomic disadvantage, rather than mitigating it.Basic education – Action requiredThe work of improving education in South Africa starts at home, moves on to basic schooling and ends only in the laboratories and seminars of advanced research and development.Action is needed in the following areas:• Households and communities• Management of the education system• Competence and capacity of school principals• Teacher performance• Further education and training• Higher education• Research and developmentHouseholds and communitiesProper nutrition and diet, especially for children under three, are essential for sound physical and mental development. The NDP makes recommendations on child nutrition, helping parents and families to break the cycle of poverty, and providing the best preparation for young children – including a proposal that every child should have at least two years of preschool education.Management of the education systemReducing layers of bureaucracy would make more resources available to support schools and teachers. The general rule of thumb is that interventions, both supportive and corrective, need to be inversely proportional to school performance.In this way, better-performing schools can be given the freedom to get on with the job, as long as there is measurable improvement. The National Development Plan makes specific recommendations focused on better support to schools, delivering the basic necessities for a good education and measuring the right things.It also proposes a campaign to improve infrastructure in poor schools, especially in rural areas.Competence and capacity of school principalsThe common feature of all well-run schools is leadership. The Department of Basic Education has recently launched a programme to measure the competencies of principals and deputy principals.This survey will also help identify weak performers, based on learner scores, and allow for appropriate support for principals and teachers. Principals should be selected purely on merit, be given greater powers over school management and be held accountable for performance.Teacher performanceThe NDP’s proposals cover training, remuneration, incentives, time on task, performance measurement, and content and pedagogical support. Professionalism and the conditions that enhance professional conduct must be rebuilt, and accountability for performance needs to be enhanced. This means that professional development, peer review, school infrastructure, the provision of learner support materials and teacher support systems need to be strengthened.Teachers, both individually and at school level, should be held accountable for learner performance, with due recognition of the learning environment.Further education and trainingAccording to the NDP, the further education and training system is not effective. It is too small and the output quality is poor. Continuous quality improvement is needed as the system expands.The quality and relevance of courses needs urgent attention. When quality starts to improve and the employability of graduates begins to increase, demand for FET services will rise automatically.Simply growing the sector without focusing on quality is likely to be expensive and demoralising for young people, further stigmatising the system. By 2030, the FET sector should cover about 25% of the age-relevant cohort, implying an increase from about 300 000 today to 1.25-million by 2030.Higher educationThe performance of existing institutions ranges from world-class to mediocre. Continuous quality improvement is needed as the system expands at a moderate pace.A major challenge is that poor school education increases the cost of producing graduates, and a relatively small number of black students graduate from universities. Increasing participation and graduation rates, with the option of a four-year university degree, combined with bridging courses and more support for universities to help black students from disadvantaged backgrounds, is likely to yield higher returns.Research and developmentA simultaneous focus on R&D and on the calibre of teaching would improve the quality of higher education, but without attention, inadequate human capacity will constrain knowledge production and innovation. Universities need to become centres of excellence at the cutting edge of technology. By attracting students from abroad, universities can generate revenue and increase the skills pool. Students from abroad who graduate from South African universities should qualify for a seven-year work permit to encourage them to stay and work here. While South Africa needs to spend more on R&D in general, the institutional setup also needs to improve the link between innovation and business requirements. Government should partner with the private sector to raise the level of R&D, with resources targeted towards building the research infrastructure required by a modern economy.Basic education – Key medium-term goals for 2019South Africa’s Medium Term Strategic Framework (2014 to 2019) identifies the following sub-outcomes to achieve quality basic education.• Improve quality of teaching and learning through development, supply and effective utilisation of teachers• Improve quality of teaching and learning by providing infrastructure and learning materials• Regular annual national assessments to track improvement in the quality of teaching and learning• Improved Grade R and planning for extension of early childhood development• A credible, outcomes-focused planning and accountability system – building state capacity to intervene and support quality education• Partnerships for a strong education systemBasic education – Key medium-term targets for 2019South Africa’s Medium Term Strategic Framework (2014 to 2019) identifies the following targets to achieve quality basic education.GRAPHIC: MARY ALEXANDERWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? 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German firm wins major SA solar contract

first_img3 December 2013A German company has landed its biggest ever solar contract – thanks to South Africa’s renewable energy programme for independent power producers.Juwi AG, which has its headquarters in Worrstadt, will provide engineering, procurement and construction services for an 86-megawatt (MW) solar park in Prieska in South Africa’s sun-drenched Northern Cape province, the company said in a statement last week.Juwi will be working with Sonnedix, an independent solar power producer based in Amsterdam, which landed the contract as one of six solar projects awarded in the third round of South Africa’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme (REIPPP).Sonnedix’s South African partners include Mulilo Renewable Energy and Ixowave Women in Power.Known as the Mulilo Sonnedix Prieska PV solar park, it will be larger than any PV plant currently on line on the African continent, and will be Juwi’s fifth project in South Africa.“The project … represents an investment of more than R1.2-billion,” Olivier Renon, South Africa country manager of Sonnedix, told news website PV-Tech last month. He said construction was expected to begin in the second half of 2014, and the park should start generating electricity to the South African grid by the end of 2015.Under the government’s Integrated Resource Plan, a 20-year projection on electricity supply and demand, about 42% of electricity generated in South Africa will have to come from renewable resources. The Department of Energy’s REIPPP, introduced in August 2011, will help meet this target.The programme has helped investment grow from “a few hundred million dollars” to US$5.7-billion last year, according to the Renewables 2013 Global Status Report published in July by REN21, the global renewable energy policy network.SAinfo reporter, Juwi and PV-Techlast_img read more

Trade progress for U.S. meats

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At the G-20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was signed and the White House announced that the U.S. and China will enter negotiations on several key trade issues, including agricultural trade.“USMEF supports the Trump administration’s efforts to finalize the USMCA and to continue seeking resolution of the metal tariffs dispute with Mexico and Canada, which resulted in retaliatory duties on U.S. pork and beef,” said Dan Halstrom, U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) President and CEO. “U.S. meat exports have also become entangled in trade disputes with China, so it is encouraging to see the U.S. and China return to the negotiating table. Global demand for U.S. red meat is very strong, but exports cannot reach their full potential until the retaliatory duties imposed by Mexico, China and Canada are removed.”last_img read more

Christie’s, Trying to Be Relevant, Puts AI Art on the Block

first_imgWith their eyes trained on a gilded frame containing a smeared, half-formed image of a distinguished gentleman, a small group of potential bidders gathered Friday night over cocktails at Christie’s New York and heard the pitch: here was the first portrait generated by an algorithm to come up for auction. The portrait, produced by artificial intelligence, hung on the wall opposite an Andy Warhol print and just to the right of a bronze work by Roy Lichtenstein.There were some smiles and at least one frown. Two people snapped cellphone pictures of the work, which looked as if someone had taken a sponge to a 17th-century oil portrait. The arrival of what some call the infant stages of the next great art movement at one of the world’s leading auction houses was greeted nonchalantly, with a nod of understanding and a sip of mezcal margarita.Christie’s is hoping for a more explosive reaction Thursday, when the gavel comes down on “Edmond de Belamy, from La Famille de Belamy,” formally testing the art market’s interest in AI art. The work — estimated at $7,000-$10,000 — was a collaboration by the members of Obvious, a French trio composed of a student of machine learning and two business school graduates, none of whom have a background in art. There was no paint or brushes involved, just an algorithm that learns to imitate sets of images fed by humans — in this case, thousands of portraits spanning the 14th century to the 20th.But is it art? Frédérique Baumgartner, an art historian at Columbia University, said the AI work raised questions about “intention and authorship,” but so, too, did artists from the past, including Marcel Duchamp (who famously made art out of a urinal). She went on to compare the portrait’s contrasting tones, coupled with the subject’s sober dress, with the old master of the Dutch Golden Age, Rembrandt van Rijn — though she quickly added, “That’s if I look half-closing my eyes.”The unusual sale shows the challenge traditional auction houses face staying relevant in a culture that moves at WiFi-enabled speeds. Christie’s — which shattered auction-house records in 2017 when it sold a $450 million Leonardo da Vinci painting — reached out directly to Obvious this year, rather than working through a seller. (It is the only AI work in Thursday’s sale of 363 lots.)Surprisingly, the loudest criticism has come not from the art establishment but from the small but passionate community of artists who work with AI, many of whom say that what Christie’s and Obvious suggested was groundbreaking was in fact effectively AI Art 101. Ahmed Elgammal, director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University, said that the technology used to create the work, Generative Adversarial Networks, or GANs, had been used by artists since around 2015. “This group was totally irrelevant,” he scoffed.Mario Klingemann, a German artist known for his work with GANs, put it bluntly. “When I saw that announcement” of the auction, he said, “my reaction was ‘you can’t be serious.’” He compared the portrait by Obvious “to a connect-the-dots children’s painting.”Richard Lloyd, the International Head of the Prints & Multiples department at Christie’s, who brought the work in, acknowledged that he hadn’t made an exhaustive search of the small but very active field of AI art. “I just responded to it and thought it’d be cool,” he said.He added of AI art, “It’s just a personal sort of interest I’ve had for quite a few years.” He said he had been inspired by a report earlier this year that Nicolas Laugero Lasserre, a French collector, had privately purchased a portrait from Obvious, for about 10,000 euros, or about $11,400.What struck Lloyd most, he said, was the work’s resemblance to European portraiture. “It looks like something you’d expect Christie’s to sell,” he explained. “We’re the people who sold the Leonardo for $450 million.”He thought that the work Obvious was doing would be a good way to ease potential buyers at Christie’s into work made with AI. “I like the fact that it didn’t at first blush look different,” he said.Many artists and researchers who specialize in artistic applications of AI technology, while generally glad of the potential exposure the sale could bring, say that the portrait chosen by Christie’s is derivative. Codes written to produce the kind of images Obvious has made are also shared freely online among enthusiasts, raising questions of originality.For its part, Obvious acknowledges that the technology it used was gleaned from others. “It’s open source,” explained Pierre Fautrel, one of the group’s members, in an interview in New York last week. “We took a lot of different parts from different people.”The biggest difference between the Obvious portrait and their predecessors’ is the fact that Obvious had theirs printed on canvas and “signed” in the bottom right corner with a mathematical function used to produce it. They also had it extravagantly framed. “We’re introducing it to people who do not necessarily know what a GAN algorithm is,” Lloyd explained, speaking to the presentation. “It has to be, all things being equal, comparatively simple.”The opportunity to capitalize on the buzz surrounding artificial intelligence fits in with Christie’s efforts to market itself in new ways.In July it held its first Art & Tech summit, focused on the theme of blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. (Obvious themselves have sold art on SuperRare, an online marketplace that allows users to buy and sell digital artwork using cryptocurrency.)Brick-and-mortar auction houses have been slow to accept art that explores new technologies. To be sure, Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips offer plenty of digitally generated works by blue-chip artists like Andreas Gursky and Christopher Wool. But the sort of digital video and virtual reality pieces that are featured routinely at contemporary art biennials rarely, if ever, appear at auction houses.Artists in the field are hoping that works sold at auctions like Christie’s will increasingly enter private collections. That appears to be happening more often. Earlier this year the New Delhi art gallery Nature Morte hosted what was billed as India’s first exhibition of work made entirely by AI, including works by Klingemann, Tom White, Memo Akten, Jake Elwes and Anna Ridler. In December, Elgammal of Rutgers will exhibit AI art for sale at Art Basel Miami Beach.Who knows what art historians of the future will say about these works and the impact of AI as a tool for artists. But Baumgartner at Columbia offered a gut response to the Obvious portrait.“It’s just so strange,” she said.c.2018 New York Times News Service Related Itemslast_img read more

Racela: We’ll find better ways to defend San Miguel

first_imgPagasa: Kammuri now a typhoon, may enter PAR by weekend Another vape smoker nabbed in Lucena Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Read Next TNT was called for 32 fouls for the game, which led to San Miguel going 26-of-38 from the charity stripe. In comparison, the Beermen had 23 fouls, which turned to the KaTropa’s 14-of-21 shooting from the free throw line.Racela and his coaching staff have two days to devise a plan to trim those free throws attempt down, downplaying the situation. “I don’t know how. We’ll find ways to better defend them.”One thing’s for sure, is that TNT will come to play on Sunday with one goal in mind: to force a Game 7.“Again, the goal is to get to a Game 7. I think that’s the target of a lot of people,” he said. “I mean, your emotions cannot be dictated by this game. You just have to focus on the next one, and there will be a Game 7.”ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games View comments LATEST STORIES Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netTNT coach Nash Racela was at loss for words after his side suffered a 111-102 Game 5 defeat to San Miguel in the 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals on Friday.“I would like to say that San Miguel easily outplayed us, but that’s just not the case,” said the soft-spoken coach, seemingly struggling to find the right words to say.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img Chris Ross credits teammates: ‘Everyone was up to the task’ LOOK: Jane De Leon meets fellow ‘Darna’ Marian Rivera MOST READ Racela looked the other way and raised that just like in Game 3, turnovers once again led to the KaTropa’s downfall as they committed 24 turnovers which led to 23 turnover points for the Beermen.“Again, we have to limit our turnovers. I think that’s number one,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsThose miscues haunted TNT as it lost its 15-point halftime lead, 61-46, and succumbed to a furious San Miguel rally in the second half.Racela continued: “We also have to limit San Miguel’s free throws.” What ‘missteps’? Cayetano to unmask people behind ‘smear campaign’ vs him, SEA Games China furious as Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong Pagasa: Kammuri now a typhoon, may enter PAR by weekendlast_img read more

Arellano, NU banner PVL Collegiate conference

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ray Allen visits Lyceum, tells unbeaten Pirates: ‘You have to work harder’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games LATEST STORIES The Lady Chiefs, meanwhile, join University of the Philippines, Technological Institute of the Philippines, San Beda, Adamson, and College of St. Benilde.FEU is on its first campaign in a major tournament under the tutelage of head coach George Pascua, who replaced Shaq Delos Santos for the position.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingThe top four teams from Group A compete with the best four from Group B in the cross-over quarterfinals.The four winners then advance to the best-of-three semifinals with the best two teams advancing to the final round that has the same format. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netReigning NCAA champion Arellano and former titlist National University headline the upcoming Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference that is set to start on Sept. 2 at Filoil Flying V Centre.The Lady Bulldogs, who won the collegiate conference title in the 13th season of the Shakey’s V-League, banner Group A that includes Ateneo, San Sebastian, Lyceum of the Philippines University, Far Eastern University, and Jose Rizal University.ADVERTISEMENT Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim View comments Biggest Pogo service provider padlocked for tax evasion Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’last_img read more