The worldâ€™s biggest touch tournament is in full swing for the 33rd year, with over 400 teams and 5,000 students competing on the fields at the Whites Hill Touch Complex, Brisbane. Over 1180 games will be played through to Sunday 8 October with students from the Sunshine State battling it out for the 13â€™s, 15â€™s, 18â€™s Boys and Girls and 18â€™s Mixed titles. Results will be updated at the end of each day here, check out the day 1 results now.You can also download the Official All Schools Program for more information on this yearâ€™s tournament.Watch some of the activity from last yearâ€™s tournament below: Related Links2016 QLD All Schools 2015 Honour Roll 13 Boys â€“ EMMAUS (Rockhampton)13 Girls- CHANCELLOR SC15 Boys- KEEBRA PARK SHS15 Girls- BENOWA SHS18 Boys- THE ROCKHAMPTON GRAMMAR18 Girls- CHANCELLOR SC18 Mixed- ST COLUMBANâ€™STo keep up to date with all the action, including draws, news and schedules, head to the All Schools website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
CALGARY – Tourmaline Oil Corp. (TSX:TOU) says it is cutting its 2018 capital spending budget by half a billion dollars because of persistently low natural gas prices.The Calgary-based oil and gas company says it will dial back production growth to 10 per cent from a planned 15 per cent next year as it spends $1.08 billion, down from previous plans to spend $1.52 billion.The announcement signals a major change in strategy for the fast-growing company founded by industry veteran Mike Rose in 2008 with the goal of aggressive growth in three oil and gas producing regions in northwestern Alberta and northeastern B.C.It says it intends to keep natural gas production flat at about 1.35 billion cubic feet per day in 2018 until the supply-demand outlook in Canada and North America is clarified and there is an improvement in the gas price outlook.Tourmaline says it earned $51 million or 19 cents per share in the three months ended Sept. 30, more than double the $25 million or 10 cents per share it posted in the same period of 2016.Production climbed 40 per cent to 237,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day in the same time frame with most of the gain in crude oil and natural gas liquids output.
Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party on Friday released a list of six candidates for the Lok Sabha polls in Uttar Pradesh, fielding party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav from its stronghold Mainpuri. Dharmendra Yadav will contest from Badaun, Akshay Yadav from Firozabad, Kamlesh Katheria from Etawah, Bhailal Kol from Robertsganj and Shabbir Valmiki from Bahraich, the party announced. The list was signed by SP national chief general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav. The party left Mainpuri, described as its “safest” seat, from Mulayam Yadav, who is MP from Azamgarh right now. He represented Mainpuri in the Lok Sabha in 1996, 2004 and 2009. In the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, Mulayam Yadav contested from Azamgarh and Mainpuri and won both. In Mainpuri, his victory margin was a massive 3.64 lakh votes.
Mumbai: In one of its largest hiring exercise since it began operations over three years back, the premium carrier Vistara is hiring around 500–100 pilots and 400 cabin crew–mostly from the grounded Jet Airways, say industry and airline sources. The grounding of Jet has come as an opportunity for the market to hire readily-available skilled workforce from the licenced categories–pilots, engineers and cabin crew–and deploy them directly into specifics roles, thereby saving time and money on training them, they said. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: IcraAfter unsuccessfully looking for an investor or fresh bank loans for months, Jet Airways had finally on April 17 stopped operations, leaving over 22,000 employees in the lurch. Of these around 1,300 are pilots and over 2,000 are cabin crew. Tuesday was the last day of the two-day recruitment drive for the cabin crew at the Tatas-Singapore Airline-run Vistara, which took place simultaneously in Mumbai and Gurugram, they said. “Vistara, which is likely to begin international operations soon, is in the process of inducting 100 pilots besides 400 cabin crew. Most of the new workforce is expected to come from the grounded carrier Jet,” said a source. A Vistara spokesperson was not available to comment.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday said it was “little perplexed” over separate listing, contrary to its order, of the pleas seeking review of its verdict in Rafale case and the contempt plea against Congress President Rahul Gandhi for wrongly attributing to the apex court his “chokidar chor hai” remark against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.A special bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said it had made it clear earlier that both the matters would be heard together but despite that, the contempt petition was not listed for hearing along with the review pleas on Monday. The bench, also comprising Justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph, was told that the contempt petition against Gandhi was listed for hearing on May 10. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra Singh”We are little perplexed that the two cases are listed on two different dates when the order was that these matters will be heard together,” the bench observed. “This is the problem. There was order for listing both the matters together. We had dictated the order in an open court but it says one case on May 6 and other on May 10. How can this be done?,” it said. After a brief hearing, the bench ordered that the review pleas and contempt petition against Gandhi be listed together for hearing on May 10. “The present matters and contempt petition (criminal)… be listed together on May 10 at 2.00 PM,” the bench said. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroad”We make it clear that the hearing scheduled for May 10 would be taken up and parties shall make an endeavour to complete the same on the said date. Rejoinder to the replies of Union of India may be filed, in the meantime,” the bench said in its order. At the outset, advocate Prashant Bhushan, who is one of the petitioners in the case along with former Union ministers Yashwant Sinha and Arun Shourie, told the bench that there were three pleas before the court. Bhushan said besides the review plea, there were two other applications — one seeking perjury action against unknown government servants for allegedly misleading the court during the Rafale case hearing earlier and the other for production of certain documents. Bhushan said he would argue on the review plea and application for production of certain documents and the court should allow Shourie to argue on the perjury application. “Where is the connected matter of contempt?,” the bench asked. Senior advocate Vikas Singh, appearing for one of the petitioner lawyers, Vineet Dhandha, referred to the apex court’s April 30 order and said the contempt petition was listed for hearing on May 10. “We had said that both the matters will be listed together,” the bench said. When Bhushan said the court should hear his arguments on the review plea for an hour, the CJI said, “My brother (Justice Kaul) has to take up miscellaneous matters in his court”. After the court dictated the order, Bhushan said that the Centre has not filed reply on the perjury application. Attorney General K K Venugopal, appearing for the Centre, said no notice was issued to the government on the perjury application. To this, the bench told Venugopal, “Did we issue any notice to the application for production of documents? But, you have filed your reply to this application”. Bhushan also told the court that he would file rejoinder to the Centre’s affidavit which was filed last week. Gandhi had made the contemptuous remark, “chowkidar chor hai”, against Modi, which the apex court had said was wrongly attributed to it. The top court had on April 30 given another opportunity to Gandhi for filing one more affidavit for his remark.
Chennai: Justice V Ramasubramanian, the senior-most judge of the Madras High Court, has been elevated as the Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh High Court, according to a resolution passed by the Supreme Court collegium. The collegium, headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, passed the resolution on May 10. In its resolution, the Supreme Court collegium said, “The office of the Chief Justice of the Himachal Pradesh High Court would be falling vacant, very shortly consequent upon elevation of Justice Surya Kant, Chief Justice of that High Court, to the Supreme Court, in terms of a recommendation made by the collegium on May 8.” Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework Therefore, appointment to that office is required to be made, the SC said. Justice V Ramasubramanian, the senior-most Judge from Madras High Court, is functioning on transfer in Telangana High Court. Having regard to all relevant factors, the collegium is of the considered view that Justice V Ramasubramanian is suitable in all respects for being appointed as Chief Justice of the Himachal Pradesh High Court, it said. While making the above recommendation, the collegium has also taken into consideration the fact that at present there is only one Chief Justice from the Madras High Court.
This year’s Senior Bowl features four Ohio State Buckeyes, all of whom need to impress scouts, coaches and/or general managers this week to improve their stock for the 2012 NFL Draft. The Senior Bowl, held annually at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala., is the premier showcase game for NFL Draft prospects. Game participants have on-field practices in front of the decision-makers from Monday to Thursday and spend much of the rest of their time in Mobile in the meeting rooms to talk to coaches or attend football meetings. This all leads up to the actual game, which kicks off at 4 p.m. Saturday and will be televised on NFL Network. All four OSU players are on the North roster. Three of the four participating Buckeyes missed time this season due to suspensions. Offensive tackle Mike Adams, running back Daniel “Boom” Herron, and wide receiver DeVier Posey were among the five OSU football players (which also included former quarterback Terrelle Pryor and defensive tackle Solomon Thomas) suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season for selling OSU memorabilia in exchange for improper benefits in the form of tattoos. Herron was also suspended an additional game, and Posey for an additional five games, for receiving payment from former OSU football booster Robert DiGeronimo for work they did not completed during a 2011 summer job. Adams is the best prospect of the four Ohio State participants. Adams is one of the best left tackles in the nation. Measuring in at 6-foot-7 and 323 pounds, Adams has ideal size for an NFL left tackle and is also a very good athlete for his size. That said, Adams came to Mobile with something to prove. He only played in eight games during his senior season, on an offensive line that struggled up front for an offense that ranked 107th in total yards. Throughout the week of practices, Adams has been among the standouts. He came into the week as a likely second-round pick, but after a strong week of practices, he has likely made himself a first-round draft pick. Adams has been mostly dominant against opposing pass rushers, and looks like a natural fit to be a left tackle in the NFL. Left tackle is a position of high importance, as the left tackle is the player responsible for protecting the quarterback from blind-side pass rushers. Because of the premium placed on left tackles in the NFL draft, Adams is now in position to be selected in the middle of the first round. Herron has a very productive career for OSU, rushing for 2,872 yards and 32 touchdowns over four seasons. Unfortunately for Herron, he is a player who fails to stand out among a running back group with plenty of productive runners. Running backs do not have many opportunities to stand out during the week of practices because it is hard to gauge a running back’s abilities outside of game situations with full tackling. For Herron, the focus should be on Saturday’s game. Herron needs to have a big performance on gameday to be selected in the first four rounds in April’s draft. He currently rates as a fifth-round draft pick. While all four players from OSU arrived in Mobile in search of big weeks, few players from any school needed a strong showing more than Posey. Posey is a very skilled receiver with an impressive combination of size and athleticism, but his draft stock is very much in question after only playing three games in his senior season. Posey’s on-field performance is certainly important considering the lack of game action from his senior season that coaches and scouts have to evaluate, but even more important for him during Senior Bowl week will be his interviews, in which he will need to address the off-field mistakes he has made that resulted in his being suspended for a total of ten games this past season. Posey projects to be selected on the third day of the draft, somewhere between the fourth and sixth rounds. The fourth Senior Bowl participant from OSU, and the only one of the four who played a full 13-game senior season, is center Mike Brewster. Unfortunately, while Brewster avoided off-field problems, he struggled on the field in his senior season. Brewster came into his senior season as the top-rated center in all of college football, but he has not been nearly as dominant as he was expected to be in his senior season. Two games in which Brewster particularly struggled came against Michigan State and Penn State. In each of those games, Brewster lined up against a likely first-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft (Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy and Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still), and lost the battle at the line of scrimmage. OSU only managed 178 yards of offense and seven points against Michigan State, and only 289 yards of offense and 14 points against Penn State. Unfortunately, Brewster’s struggles have continued in Senior Bowl practices. While Brewster has looked good as a run blocker, he has struggled in interior pass protection and has had a difficult time with snapping the football. The North offense has been running many shotgun plays in their offensive drills in practice, and Brewster has struggled with accurately snapping the football to that distance, with many of his snaps going off to one side, which makes it difficult for the quarterback to handle the snap. Brewster came into the week hoping to rebuild his draft stock to be selected in the second or third round in April’s draft, but a disappointing week should keep him from being drafted any earlier than the fourth round. While Adams’ stock has really improved as a result of his performance throughout the practices, the other three players really need to use Saturday’s game as another chance to stand out. After the Senior Bowl, these four draft prospects will set their sights on preparing for the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, which will be held between Feb. 22-28 in Indianapolis, Ind. at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Terrible news for FC Barcelona, as they may be pushed to sign a new defender during the winter because Samuel Umtiti got a knee injury and will need surgery.It appears that defender problems keep piling up for FC Barcelona this season, Gerard Pique’s dip in form was enough and Samuel Umtiti has been confirmed with a knee injury that will require him to undergo surgery.The French centre-back had been suffering pains on his left knee with a clear problem on his cartilage that he had since before the World Cup and now the pain was too great to ignore from the club, the player needed to undergo tests that confirmed he will need to undergo surgery and will take him out of any competition for at least the next 50 days.The Catalan club has urged the player to get that operation as soon as possible because they will want him to get back in training after the next international break, but the doctors have already warned the club that the player may need a little more time than that to completely recover.This terrible news for Barcelona come just one day before a very important La Liga match against Athletic Club, and a few days before they have to visit Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium in the Champions League.Manager Ernesto Valverde confirmed that the player will miss the next match and didn’t disclose the possible surgery, mainly because the club is still hoping that Samuel can recover only with rest but the doctors have already adviced the opposite.This new development leaves Barcelona with options that have alarmed all the supporters, because they consider the club practically doesn’t have good enough players for the next two months.🎯 pic.twitter.com/L3R7lsc68z— Gerard Piqué (@3gerardpique) September 5, 2018Gerard Pique’s role without UmtitiWe’ve already discussed Gerard Pique’s dip in form that has made him commit terrible mistakes in the last two matches against Girona and Leganes, the club desperately needs him to increase his performance level because Umtiti was their defensive player who was delivering the best performances thus far.With this unexpected setback, it should be Pique’s time to get back in focus and get rid of all the distractions that have kept him from reaching his best level of performance that we all know he can deliver. This Saturday’s test becomes one of the most challenging for Pique and Barcelona, especially with the mindset he will have at the start of the match against Athletic Club as he has been under serious backlash in the last couple of weeks.There is no excuse for him right now, either he steps up to perform or his club will lose very vital points that they desperately need to win this weekend because of the Madrid Derby where one of their direct competitors will surely drop points at the Santiago Bernabeu later during the day.Top 10 players who played for both Barcelona and Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to talk about the best players who represented both Barcelona and Valencia, prior to their La Liga encounter at Camp Nou this evening.On paper, Gerard Pique is without question one of Barcelona’s best players and this is the best moment in which he is going to have to prove that now that Samu is not available for the next few matches. But the Catalan club has another problem, that is the defender they will have to use to replace Umtiti, their options are quite limited and alarming as well.💪⚽ Play hard, work hard @clement_lenglet #ForçaBarça 🔵🔴 pic.twitter.com/ioZ0WKIsmO— FC Barcelona (@fcbarcelona_fra) September 12, 2018Lenglet and VermaelenThe first and most obvious option to replace Samuel Umtiti during this time he will be injured, is his compatriot Clement Lenglet who just came back from a suspension after getting sent off in the match against Girona. There shouldn’t be a problem with the former Sevilla player, he should be able to play instead of Samuel without an issue.The only thing he needs to control a little bit better is his temper, which was the reason he received that red card that fortunately didn’t carry a longer suspension. The other option is Belgian defender Thomas Vermaelen, who is perhaps one of Barcelona’s most failed transfers in recent history and somehow has managed to remain in the Catalan club despite hardly ever playing any games.During the last match against Leganes, Ernesto Valverde decided to give Thomas his first start of the season and the result couldn’t have been more disastrous. Barcelona lost the match and Vermaelen made an awful pair with the also mentioned Gerard Pique, it’s unlikely that the manager will give him another chance for this game against Athletic but Vermaelen needs to improve his level if he wants to help out the squad during such difficult times.As far as tomorrow goes, Valverde will use Pique and Lenglet if nothing extraordinary happens, but everybody at the club is nervous for what might happen against the likes of Iñaki Williams or Iker Muniain at the Camp Nou.[📋 SQUAD LIST]⚽ #BarçaAthletic🔵🔴 #ForçaBarça pic.twitter.com/ggjbAAuMdc— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) September 28, 2018Which two defenders should Valverde use against Athletic Club in your opinion? Please share your thoughts in the comment section down below.
The project’s estimated to cost $12.3 million. KPB Mayor Charlie Pierce: “Obviously we don’t have the $5 million dollars in our balances, and we are unable to move forward without the $5 million dollars.” The bond package is part of a match for a state grant to pay for the new school. The borough was awarded $8,896,640 through the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development (DEED) towards the new school and the borough is required to provide a match. The bond package will go before the voters in the regular election on October 2. Kachemak Selo opened in 2008, and has 57 students, from PK-12. The current Kachemak Selo School consists of three buildings “in need of replacing”. The three buildings are privately owned and leased by the district. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough unanimously approved a $5.5 million bond package to pay for a new school at the Russian Old Believer village of Kachemak Selo, subject to voter approval.