first_imgCornish pasty maker Warrens Bakery is to rebrand and expand retail shops, after receiving £1.6m in funding.The bakery, which recently won the claim of being the world’s oldest pasty-maker, was given the funding through Santander’s Breakthrough Programme. It will be using the money to expand retail activities in the West Country and further throughout the UK.Mark Sullivan, chairman of Warrens Bakery, said: “We’ve always had big ambitions for Warrens since acquiring the business in 2013 and recognising the enormous potential of the brand. The investment and strong personal support and involvement from Santander will help us to complete the next phase of growth, as we develop the brand and product range through our own stores, as well as with wholesale and retail customers.”The bakery currently operates 40 retail outlets, and has two major production units in St Just, Cornwall and Plymouth, Devon.Darren Hart, head of growth capital at Santander UK, said: “As the world’s oldest producer of Cornish pasties, Warrens Bakery has an enviable legacy and reputation for quality products. The business has experienced significant growth in recent years and we are confident that Warrens will be able to use the additional funding to expand its retail operations in Cornwall and beyond.”This comes amidst fears that the Cornish pasty could lose its EU protected status due to a proposed free trade deal between the European Union and the USA earlier this month.Warrens Bakery also supplies major retailers and wholesalers, both in the UK and overseas, through its expanding trade division, ‘Simply Cornish’.last_img read more

first_imgRelatedPosts No directive to constitute disciplinary committee against us — Ojudu, others ‘Army Officer’ in EFCC net for alleged multiple fraud COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance Southampton are reportedly considering parting ways with manager Ralph Hasenhuttl.While the Austrian took the positives from last weekend’s draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers, the Saints suffered a 9-0 defeat at the hands of Leicester City on Friday.The margin of the loss equalled the Premier League record, which has seemingly led to the south-coast outfit considering a change in the dugout.According to the Daily Mail, connections to Southampton have begun to contemplate potential replacements for Hasenhuttl.Despite the 52-year-old keeping the club in the Premier League last season, he has won just 12 of his 37 matches in all competitions.Southampton next face back-to-back matches against Manchester City in the EFL Cup and Premier League respectively.last_img read more

first_imgSyracuse’s offense, predicated on Terrel Hunt’s arm and hoping to run the ball much more effectively in 2015, badly needs a good season from its new-look offensive line. And SU offensive line coach Joe Adam, who has been playing musical chairs with his unit since the middle of last season, will look to accomplish that without his most reliable player from last season. Even with all the injuries that thinned the offensive line last season, it was expected that Sean Hickey would protect the the quarterback’s blindside at left tackle. But Hickey is entering training camp with the New Orleans Saints and the Orange is entering camp without a player of his caliber up front. Senior Ivan Foy is expected to succeed Hickey at left tackle after starting 19 games at right tackle over the last two seasons, and will be a crucial element in a zone-read scheme that will always be able to utilize more space. Around Foy are other players adjusting to new spots for the upcoming season. Senior Nick Robinson is flipping to left guard after starting 21 games at right guard the last two seasons. Senior Rob Trudo, who has started three years at guard, is transitioning to center to replace the graduated John Miller. Aaron Roberts is currently slated to play right guard after redshirting as a freshman last season. And junior Omari Palmer started nine games last year, including six at right tackle in place of an injured Foy, is expected to start in that spot.  AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the most eyes will be on Foy, who is looking to adequately replace a player who went toe-to-toe with Clemson defensive end Vic Beasley on a bum left ankle and was the clear anchor of a unit that is now in need of one. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 29, 2015 at 8:00 am Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesselast_img read more

first_imgThe match in The Ragg throws-in at 12 noon on Sunday – Tipp FM will bring you regular updates from the game. Defending champions Burgess-Duharra and Borrisoleigh couldn’t be separated last weekend and will have another go at seeing which of the two will get the trophy in two days’ time.The latter’s manager David O’Connor believes his players gained a lot from the first encounter.Burgess boss Darrell Tucker knows his side have to do better this time round if they’re make it five titles in a row.last_img read more

first_imgSion President Christian Constantin has been slapped with a 14-month ban for slapping former Switzerland coach Rolf Fringer.Costantin slapped Fringer during Sion’s 2-1 win over Lugano in the Swiss Super League on September 21.Apart from the ban, the 60-year old was also fined 100,000 Swiss francs (£77,804) as punishment for his offence after he was filmed slapping Fringer.According to Fringer, who is now a television pundit, the Sion President had hit him several times before the blow caught on tape.Costantin is therefore banned from entering all football-related venues though he has the right to appeal against the decision.The Swiss Football League via a statement said: “The violent behaviour of Christian Constantin against Rolf Fringer, which (Constantin) doesn’t deny, is clearly a violation of the rules of conduct.”RelatedFIFA Disgraces African Football Legend Kalusha BwalyaAugust 10, 2018In “Africa”Palestinian FA Boss Banned For Hateful Comments On MessiAugust 25, 2018In “Europe”Alex Song Completes Free Transfer Move To SionAugust 15, 2018In “Europe”last_img read more

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Alex Graf took the lead in the second round of the Kansas Golf Association 56th Boys Junior Amateur Championship at the Wellington Golf Club Wednesday.Graf shot two under on Wednesday to bring himself back to even par after two days of golf. He is currently playing the finals which started today at 9:30 a.m. (See full results here).He currently has a one stroke lead over Cole Dillon, who was one over after the two day event.No Wellington golfer qualified for the finals that took the top 15 players from each of the five age groups:The leaders as of Wednesday are:14 and under — Caleb Kimmel, Olathe – 15 over par.15 — Thomas Luger, Leawood – 4 over par.16 — Wells Padgett, Wichita – 4 over par.17 — Blake Allen, Lenexa – 4 over par.18 — Alex Graf – Even.Wednesday, June 17, 2015: Sumner Newscow report — Kale Reynolds of Wichita and Cole Dillon of Manhattan are currently leading the Kansas Golf Association 56th Boys Junior Amateur Championship at the Wellington Golf Club on Wednesday.Reynolds and Dillon shot a 69 Tuesday under sunny skies in Wellington, one under par to take the early lead after the first round (see full scoreboard here.) The Junior Amateur started Tuesday. Another 18-hole qualifying round is currently in progress today. Tomorrow will be the finals.Reynolds got off to a bad start with a 7 on hole No. 1 but would eventually birdie five holes, and make just one bogey the rest of the way to finish one under par. He is slated to tee off at 12:30 p.m.Dillon had five birdies and four bogeys while making par on the other nine holes for a one under on the par 70 course. He is slated to tee off at 12:50 p.m.Locally, young Wellington golfers in the KGA Junior Amateur Championship, scored the following:•Deitrek Gill shot a 90 for 20 over par in the 14 and under age category. He tees off today at 1:20 p.m.•Jace Lawrence shot a 91 for 21 over par in 14 and under age category. He tees off today at 1:10 p.m.•True DeJarnett shot a 94 for 24 over par in the 14 and under age category. He tees off today at 12:40 p.m.•Austin Goodrum shot a 102 for 32 over par in the 14 and under age category. He tees off today at 1 p.m.•Blake Saffell shot a 102 for 32 over par in the 14 and under age category. He tees off at 1:10 p.m.•Ty Wilson shot an 88 for 18 over par in the 15 age category. He tees off at 2 p.m.•Jonah Luna shot a 90 for 20 over par in the 15 age category. He tees off at 2:20 p.m.There are five age groups in the tournament. Currently, the leaders of each age groups are as follows:14 and under — Caleb Kimmel of Olathe, 75, five over par.15 — (Tie) Christian Ghilardi of Lenexa, 73, three over par; Thomas Luger of Leawood, 73, three over par.16 — Jacob Lackey, McPherson, 70, even.17 — Ben Hadden, Shawnee, 71, one over par.18 — Dillon and Reynolds, 69, one under par.Alex Graf, the current KGA Junior point leader, currently has a 71. Trevor Bauer of Wichita is 7 over.The tournament will be paired down to 15 golfers and ties per age division after today to play in the finals tomorrow.  Gill is currently in 16th place and Lawrence is in 17th place in the 14-and-under division.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. 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first_imgRay Rice, right, and his wife at a press conference in suburban Baltimore to explain what happened without going into detail. The public now has access to the very graphic video showing the details Rice desperately tried to skirt around.A few NFL players spoke up loudly and publicly soon after the video showing Ray Rice actually throwing a devastating close-fist punch that knocked his then-fiance Jonay Palmer unconscious in a New Jersey casino elevator.That man should be thrown out of the NFL and thrown in jail” exclaimed Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton tweeted a few moments ago. “Shame on those deciding his punishment. Smh.”Knighton continued, calling his fellow players to action.Longtime linebacker Scott Fujita, a former vice president of the NFLPA’s executive committee, shared Knighton’s sentiments about what he’d do to Rice.“I’m glad no one this morning seems to care about yesterday’s games,” he wrote. “This piece of s*** needs to be out of the league. Period.”The Ravens are also wiping the egg off their faces because they played a big part in protecting Rice’s honor, to the extent of live-tweeting his wife’s apology for getting knocked unconscious. But it’s good to know that members of Rice’s own fraternity of players are willing to say what the rest of the world is thinking.Here are Knighton’s thoughts in full:last_img read more

first_imgSubmitted by Oly Town ArtesiansThe Oly Town Artesians jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead in the first quarter and despite a one man fourth quarter comeback attempt, held on to knock off the Arlington Aviators 9-7 in the regular season finale at Olympia Indoor Soccer. Issa Hassan, William Ramirez, Sebastian Lyons and JC Henson each scored two goals and the Artesians finished their inaugural regular season on a high note, with a playoff game against the #1 seed Tacoma Stars on the horizon.William Ramirez got the Oly faithful on their feet early with a goal at the 12:27 mark of the first quarter. Over the next minute and a half, Sebastian Lyons and JC Henson each added a goal to give the Artesians a 3-0 lead before five minutes had elapsed in the game. Five minutes later, Nate Boatright added a goal to go up 4-0 and Issa Hassan closed out the scoring in the first quarter with 2:45 left and the the first 15 minutes came to a close with the Artesians up 5-0.The Aviators tightened up and held the Artesians scoreless in the second quarter and Winfred Smith’s goal with 10 minutes left in the third quarter got the Aviators to within two goals at 6-4. But Henson answered a minute later to give the Artesians a 7-4 lead and Lyons scored his second goal of the game with 6:55 left in the third to build an 8-4 lead.Aaron Burns did everything he possibly could do in the fourth quarter to get the Aviators back in the game. He opened the scoring with a power play goal at the 12:58 mark to get them to a three goal deficit at 8-5. Ramirez added an insurance goal for the Artesians with nine minutes left before Burns scored goals with 1:17 and 53 seconds left but Burns and the Aviators ran out of time and fell to 0-8-0 this season with a 9-7 loss.Nate Salveson made his first start of the season in goal and made numerous outstanding saves to pick up the win. The Artesians’ Technical Director and head coach and former Milwaukee Wave goalkeeper had played the entire season in the field but returned to goal tonight and will likely be between the pipes when the Artesians travel to Tacoma to take on That Team From Up North in the Western Indoor Soccer League playoffs next Saturday night.The WISL playoffs kick off on Saturday, February 7th. The Artesians clinched the #4 seed last weekend and will take on the #1 seed Tacoma at 7:30 PM at the Tacoma Soccer Center. The winner will take on the winner of the #2 Bellingham/#3 Wenatchee game in the WISL Championship on February 14th or 15th.For ticket information for the WISL Playoffs and for more news and information, follow the Artesians on Twitter (@OlyTownFC), Facebook ( and Snapchat (username: OlyTownFC) or visit their website at Facebook0Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

first_imgMichael Machowsky3786422%49%$297,106 Vladimir Cerin4696620%46%$341,424 (Current Through Saturday, March 26) SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Martin Garcia12418131315%35%$1,046,229 Santiago Gonzalez26947343317%42%$1,898,601 Kent Desormeaux12419252215%53%$1,596,495 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Flavien Prat24440454016%51%$2,594,116 Agapito Delgadillo961311914%34%$374,777 David Lopez16624142114%36%$743,416 -30- Carla Gaines5386315%32%$647,700 Steven Miyadi6813131019%53%$398,147 Joseph Talamo23429262612%35%$1,974,869 Alonso Quinonez866967%24%$306,730 Drayden Van Dyke16316162610%36%$1,001,672 William Spawr41106424%49%$279,732 Edwin Maldonado18039171822%41%$1,227,090 Rafael Bejarano27865552923%54%$3,050,147 J. Keith Desormeaux48861017%50%$351,629 Victor Espinoza871110813%33%$848,350 Mario Gutierrez17420312311%43%$1,246,549 Peter Eurton9215221216%53%$1,055,532 Tiago Pereira10861186%23%$437,783 Mike Smith951191712%39%$1,642,810center_img Brice Blanc5966810%34%$524,950 Brayan Pena7045126%30%$164,690 Stewart Elliott3843311%26%$177,915 TOKYO CITY CUP DISTANCE SUITS CHINA DOLL LOVERChina Doll Lover tackles a mile and a half for the first time when he runs in next Sunday’s Grade III, $100,000 Tokyo City Cup for older horses. He has a lot of company.The distance is rarely run in the United States, especially on dirt, but trainer Dan Hendricks feels it will be right in the wheel house for the six-year-old gelded son of Lawyer Ron. “His works have been great. It seems a mile and a half will be better for him,” Hendricks said.FINISH LINES: Turf marathon specialist Big John B, seventh in the grassy San Luis Rey Stakes March 13 after a wide trip, worked six furlongs Sunday in 1:14.20. Trainer Phil D’Amato has the seven-year-old Hard Spun gelding nominated to next Sunday’s Tokyo City Cup at a mile and a half on dirt . . . Early probables for next Saturday’s Grade III San Simeon Stakes for older horses at about six and a half furlongs on turf are Guns Loaded, Rafael Bejarano; No Silent, Gary Stevens; and Producer, Drayden Van Dyke . . .Santa Anita morning line maker Jon White relates that California Chrome spotted runner-up Mubtaahij “about nine lengths” in winning yesterday’s Dubai World Cup . . . Santa Anita will host Christine A. Moore for a Trunk Show on Saturday, April 9, at Champions Gift Shop where her Spring 2016 Collection will be showcased. Fans are invited to see a great selection of women’s and men’s styles. Tyler Baze26025403810%40%$1,393,751 Jerry Hollendorfer13522141516%38%$1,642,826 Doug O’Neill18129272616%45%$1,470,358 Bob Baffert9921161721%55%$1,570,285 Richard Baltas11219191417%46%$1,242,329 Mike Puype79812510%32%$369,930 Peter Miller12614122011%37%$629,960 ESPINOZA TOURS DUBAI AFTER SPARKLING CHROME ROMPDESORMEAUX SEEKS BETTER FINISH IN SANTA ANITA DERBYHENDRICKS LIKES MARATHON DISTANCE OF TOKYO CITY CUPSANTA ANITA WELCOMES ESPINOZA ON THURSDAYVictor Espinoza had more reason than usual to smile yesterday after guiding California Chrome to an eventful yet facile victory in the $10 million Dubai World Cup, worth $6 million to the winner and making the five-year-old California-bred son of Lucky Pulpit North America’s all-time leading earner with $12,532,650.“I spoke to Victor about midnight our time last night,” said his agent, Brian Beach, Sunday morning. “He’s staying in Dubai for a couple days because he’s never had a chance to see the sights, but he’ll be back at Santa Anita in time to ride on Thursday.”Espinoza is named on Lynne’s Legacy for trainer Jim Cassidy in the second race and El Huerfano in the fourth for trainer Peter Miller.Espinoza, who turns 44 on May 23, two weeks after the Kentucky Derby on May 7, won the World Cup despite a wide trip and having the saddle slip, never losing his cool and winning on cruise control by 3 3/4 lengths.“It was an impressive win,” Beach said, “but I was talking with Alan (Sherman, son of and assistant to California Chrome’s trainer, Art Sherman) every once in a while since he’s been over there, and he kept telling me, ‘This horse is doing better than at any point they’ve ever had him, better than his three-year-old year (2014).’ They were expecting a big effort.”“Chrome,” who made his 5-year-old debut in the Grade II San Pasqual Stakes here on Jan. 9, winning by 1 ¼ lengths, will be flown from Dubai to Chicago, where he’ll then be vanned to Kentucky.The long-range agenda for California Chrome’s future races would likely culminate with the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 5, but first things first.“They want to get him back to Taylor Made (Farm in Kentucky) and spend some time there before making plans,” Beach said. Taylor Made and Perry Martin own California Chrome.Meanwhile, Espinoza, the transnational tourist, is laughing all the way to the bank, although the self-proclaimed “happy Mexican” doesn’t need a vault of dinero to appease him.Espinoza’s cut of the $6 million winner’s share is $600,000.“Victor has a smile on his face 24-7,” Beach said.Any wonder? John Sadler831310816%37%$828,594 George Papaprodromou5295617%38%$292,010 Kristin Mulhall50117322%42%$402,645 Ron Ellis3292328%44%$229,050 Mark Glatt971012910%32%$496,460 Abel Lezcano757459%21%$526,844 Gary Stevens6312111019%52%$1,589,898 Philip D’Amato13327212320%53%$1,468,565 Martin Pedroza1001310713%30%$359,495 Fernando Perez17417202310%34%$909,362 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won TRAINER WANTS BIG FINISH FROM EXAGGERATORThe jury is still out on Exaggerator for the $1 million, mile and an eighth Santa Anita Derby on April 9, at least in the mind of trainer Keith Desormeaux.The trainer has little doubt about the colt’s ability, but the question lingers on why he didn’t finish after making a bold move on the far turn in the San Felipe Stakes at 1 1/16 miles March 12. The son of Curlin was beaten 2 ¾ lengths despite trouble in the race.“I don’t have any complaints about how the San Felipe set up,” Desormeaux said about Exaggerator’s third-place finish behind front-running Danzing Candy and closer Mor Spirit. “He ran a decent middle quarter to make up the distance that he was from off the pace, and he should be able to do that.“The horse is very talented, yet I still can’t explain why he didn’t finish better. Even if there’s more speed in the Santa Anita Derby, it doesn’t matter to me. The way my horse ran last time, I hope he does the same thing, except for the finish.“I can’t explain why he didn’t finish.”Probable for the Grade I Santa Anita Derby: Danzing Candy, Mike Smith; Mor Spirit, Gary Stevens; Exaggerator, Kent Desormeaux; Uncle Lino, Fernando Perez; Smokey Image, Victor Espinoza; Iron Rob, Stewart Elliott; and Denman’s Call, Rafael Bejarano.last_img read more

first_imgWestern Bureau:Double ISSA Western Conference High School basketball champions Herbert Morison Technical are in pole position after Game One of their best-of-three finals on Wednesday, outlasting a spirited Cornwall College in both the Under-16 and U-19 categories at the Montego Bay Cricket Club court.The Dave Black-coached Herbert Morrison stopped Cornwall College by a comfortable 65-50 margin to win the senior match-up.But they were made to work much harder in the junior section by a Cornwall College side that was bent on turning the tables on the Herbert Morrison juggernaut. Herbert Morrison ultimately prevailed by a narrow 53-50 margin for the advantage heading into Game Two of the series.The reliable shooting guard, Ralique Grant, was in awesome form for his team, ending with a game-high 34 points.Grant, who is in line for the season’s MVP award, also had three rebounds, six steals, and three assists.Fellow guard Tafari Vassell added 12 points and 12 rebounds in a double-double effort for Herbert Morrison as Herbert Morrison sped off to a whirlwind 13-point lead (18-5) after just one quarter.Cornwall College rallied through Antonio Spence, especially in the second quarter. Spence eventually ended as his team’s top scorer with 16 points and pulled down 14 rebounds.But it was the defending champions all the way as they dominated all quarters, except in the fourth, as Spence and Leonardo Friginette threatened to wrest Game One from them. Friginette also recorded a double-double, hitting 15 points and 13 rebounds.In the end, Herbert Morrison had enough to post the victory, after posting (18-5, 15-12, 16-11 and 16-22) quarterly returns.It was not so comfortable for them, however, in the Under-16 category as Ojay Marshall and Alwade Thompson of Cornwall partnered superbly in trying to secure the much-needed win.Marshall’s 17 points and three rebounds and that of Thompson (12 points), propelled Cornwall College to within touching distance of a victory, but Herbert Morrison’s star shooter, Shaqueal Benti’s 17 points output, led the way.Benti was supported in the win by Ryheem Barrett, 13 points, while Davaughn Campbell chipped in with a useful 10 points, four rebounds, and eight steals.last_img read more