SG Flensburg 5 of 5 – “New Jicha” is born, Nikola Bilyk!

first_img3.Fuchse Berlin330094:686 1 Comment 14.MT Melsungen5104128:1412 DKB Bundesliga: SC Magdeburg on 6/6, DHfK Leipzig take points from Mannheim! 12.Minden5113124:1513 Related Items:dkb bundesliga, Nikola Bilyk 13.TVB Stuttgart310274:812 Massive DHB Cup format reform 17.HBW Balingen-Weilstetten401390:1041 9.Erlangen4202109:1144 Recommended for you 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSG Flensburg, THW Kiel and Frisch Auf Goppingen celebrated new wins on Wednesday at DKB Bundesliga. Team of Ljubomir Vranjes put match against Melsungen 29:25 under control and celebrate routine victory with another show of Mattias Andersson and his team-mate, amazing Anders Eggert (9).THW Kiel making a new star – Nikola Bilyk. The 19 years old (November 28, 1996) Austrian left back scored 12 goals against Minden 34:23 in away win. His capabilites are still unpredictible, but it looks that new superstar is born – successor of Filip Jicha.SG Flensburg-Handewitt – MT Melsungen 29:25 (16:11)SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Eggert (9/4), Glandorf (7), Svan Hansen (6), Jakobsson (3), Mogensen (2), Toft Hansen (1), Horvat (1)MT Melsungen:Sellin (9/4), Rnic (5/2), Maric (3), Boomhouwer (2), Vuckovic (2), Müller (2), Allendorf (1), Schneider (1)TSV GWD Minden – THW Kiel 23:34 (12:18)TSV GWD Minden: Rambo (6), Larsson (5), Schäpsmeier (4), Svitlica (3/1), Freitag (2), Doder (2), Südmeier (1)  THW Kiel: Bylik (12/2), Weinhold (5), Ekberg (5/1), Vujin (3), Duvnjak (3), Toft Hansen (2), Dahmke (2), Wiencek (1), Nilsson (1)FA Göppingen – HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 29:26 (16:14)FA Göppingen : Schöngarth (7), Schiller (5/3), Fontaine (4), Halén (4), Späth (3), Rentschler (2), Pfahl (2), Barud (1), Heymann (1)HBW Balingen-Weilstetten  Foth (4), Stegefelt (4), Hausmann (3), Flohr (3), Strobel (3), Nothdurft (3), Kunkel (3/2), Krieg (2), Friedrich (1)STANDINGS: ShareTweetShareShareEmail Pingback: VIDEO: “Interception of the season” – Flying Mahe | Handball Planet 8.HSG Wetzlar420298:994center_img 16.Lemgo410398:1202 4.Rhein-Neckar4301107:866 1.Flensburg-H.5500146:11010 PHOTO: THW Kiel Facebook, Angela Grewe 10.Goppingen4202105:1154 Nikola Bilyk to miss most of the season! 6.Hannover-Burgdorf4301105:1046 15.Coburg 20004103102:1152 18.Bergischer400490:1210 7.Leipzig4211107:985 2.Kiel5401149:1168 5.Gummersbach4301119:1036 11.SC Magdeburg411298:973 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Swans orders 10 Irizar i6 integral coaches for 2015

first_imgManchester-based Swans Travel has announced a repeat order with Irizar UK, for 10 new vehicles in 2015.The 2.5m investment will be delivered between March and September.Says MD Kieran Swindells: “With the positive experience of the five coaches bought in 2014, we are pleased to return to Irizar UK for another 10 integral i6 coaches.“2014 was an exceptional year, which gave us the confidence to make such a significant investment. 2015 is already on target for being even better.”The order comprises two tri-axle VIP Class i6s, with 40 leather seats, eight tables, centre kitchen, Sky TV, four screens, Wi-Fi and washroom.Two are two 55-seat Executive Class specification wheelchair-accessible coaches. The other six are Executive Class with 55 half-leather PB seats.last_img

Lauderhill Street renamed for Joy Sawh of Joy’s Roti

first_imgT&T former Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar delivers address at Joy Sawh Street Renaming ceremony In a special ceremony Thursday, April 28th, the Lauderhill City Commission officially renamed NW 41st Terrace as Joy Sawh Street, in honor of the Trinidadian-born businessman Joy Sawh of Joy’s Roti Delight.Friends, family, as well as local and international dignitaries gathered to remember the community leader. Official representatives from Trinidad and Tobago included former Prime Minister and close family friend, the Honorable Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Executive Officer of the United National Congress, Ravi Ratiram, as well as Mayor Gopaul Boodhan of the Borough of Chaguanas – Lauderhill’s Sister City in Trinidad and Tobago. Mayor Richard J. Kaplan, Vice Mayor M. Margaret Bates, Lauderhill City commissioner Howard Berger and Commissioner Ken Thurston were also in attendance for the historic occasion.“Joy’s Roti Shop is such an important piece of the city of Lauderhill,” says Lauderhill Operations Manager Leslie, Johnson, regarding the city’s decision to rename the street after Sawh. “So much of what goes around in the Caribbean community, especially for the Trinidadian Diaspora, centers around Joy’s Roti Shop. It’s the epicenter. From soca legends to prime ministers, everybody comes here to Joy’s Roti. So when residents said the wanted to rename a street after one of their most beloved business owners, the commission heard that loud and clear. They themselves loved and adored Joy.”“Joy has been a great inspiration and motivation for Trinidad and Tobago, but also I think for the Diaspora,” said Persad-Bissassar of her childhood friend. “What was most wonderful about Joy was that not only did he help himself and his family, he helped others. And even back home he would make remittances to causes in Trinidad, to schools and temples. They [The Sawh Family] have always been very kind, generous, loving people. I know they have also assisted many families here who may have come on hard times. So I felt it to be a honor to have been invited to attend such an auspicious occasion where a son our our soil is being honored in this manner. I cannot think of anyone more deserving that Joy.”The event also included entertainment from local artists who often performed at community showcases held on the restaurant’s grounds. The ceremony began with a parade led by the Junkanoo Band, and continued with performances from local Tassa drum groups. The event, however, also served as a intimate reunion of the Sawh family in remembrance of Joy, with family and friends traveling from Trinidad to attend the event.“It was such a great honor for my children, my grand-children,” said widow of Joy Sawh, Sheila. “Today I wish he was here. But I know he is here. If I was God, today I’ll give everyone a husband like mine.”Vishwanath “Joy” Ramsaroop Sawh was born October 1, 1952 in Trinidad. Joy and Sheila, with sons Pradeep and Dave, moved to Fort Lauderdale in 1988, and on Valentine’s Day, 1992, officially opened their doors to Joy’s Roti Delight. Joy’s Roti became a pioneering restaurant for other Caribbean proprietors in the city. Sawh worked with several charity and cultural organizations, contributing every year to schools, temples, orphanages and other missions in South Florida, Trinidad, Guyana and Jamaica. Sawh passed away on Sunday March 16, 2014, leaving behind his wife, two sons, daughter-in-law Shareen, as well as grandchildren Vishal, Savir, Rivan, and Vasana.last_img read more

Uganda public ambulances fail to take off

first_imgUganda National Ambulance Service that is meant to provide emergency pre-hospital care to the public has failed after two years of its launch, reports the Daily Monitor.18 ambulances were flagged off in 2015 to begin a journey that will lead to better public health care after a team of researchers concluded that road traffic crashes will be the eight leading cause of death and disability by the year 2030. 90 percent of the road traffic injury deaths will occur in developing countries, of which 80 percent will happen in pre-hospital setting.The Ugandan government under an initial plan unveiled in January 2014, 100 ambulances were to be purchases at a cost of $157million over a five year period beginning with the financial year 2014/2015.“The ambulances will be fitted with modern technology where surgery can take place and an emergency telephone number known to people in case of need. The ambulance would reach the survivors in 10 to 20 minutes depending on the location,” said a government doctor during the launch.Initial batch of about 100 medical workers, ambulance drivers and crews had to be recruited and trained. The staff had their contracts cancelled during government restructuring and those that theirs expired were never renewed.Many of the ambulances are parked on grounds after due to lack maintenance service blamed on lack of funds. The Emergency number for modern ambulances for a toll free communication system, is not working.The Ugandan government is working on a National Emergency Care strategy that will see a National Ambulance System with ambulances in strategic areas coordinated by a command Centre instead of hospitals running them.As it stands less than 5% (patients) arrive by ambulance because few exist and these are mostly privately owned and prohibitively expensive. Furthermore, one in three patients arrive at Mulago (main hospital in the country) beyond the first hour after the injury, the ‘‘golden hour,’’ during which expedient treatment would greatly increase survival according to research.last_img read more

UN chief condemns Mali attack that left 95 dead

first_imgTwo peacekeepers dead, 10 wounded in Mali attack: UN A traditional Dogon village in central Mali. (file 2013, UN Photo) A traditional Dogon village in central Mali. (file 2013, UN Photo)UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the attack in central Mali that killed at least 95 civilians, his spokesman said.According to a statement released by his spokesman,Stephane Dujarric, the Secretary-General said he was “outraged by reports that at least 95 civilians, including women and children”, following the assault on Sobanou-Kou village in the Mopti region of central Mali.He also “strongly” condemned the attack and called on the Malian authorities “to investigate this tragedy”.He urged the Government and all actors to “engage in intercommunal dialogue to resolve tensions and differences”.Through his Twitter account, the Secretary-General expressed his “heartfelt condolences” to the families of the victims, the people and the Government. Gunmen Attack UN Base in Northern Mali According to Reuters news agency, the attack was staged by semi-nomadic Fulani herders  at night, although no one has yet claimed responsibility for this attack.Mali has seen an escalation of attacks in recent months, some ethnic while others were carried out by jihadist groups.Tensions have been rising since the ethnic Dogon hunters were accused of carrying out a massacre on the semi-nomadic Fulani herders’s village in March.Meanwhile, the UN Stabilization Mission in Mali, MINUSMA, has redeployed its security operations in central Mali to support the Malian Defense and Security Forces in securing and protecting the population.center_img At least 95 killed in Mali attack Relatedlast_img read more

I will save MBU – Dino Williams

first_imgDespite being far from his best goal-scoring form or physical condition, Montego Bay United (MBU) striker Dino Williams is confident he will get the goals his team needs to avoid relegation this season. Williams, who has struggled with a groin injury for the last three seasons, did surgery a few months ago and has only been back playing for a little over a month.But the ace striker knows how important he is to the MBU attack and how much the team relies on him for goals, and he has no doubts about bagging at least a goal a game for the remaining six fixtures they have to honour to bail his team out of their relegation woes.“I did a surgery a few months ago, so I am just coming back, I am not a hundred (per cent), but it can work,” he said. “It’s been five games, and I have scored two goals so far, and I think this is the best one (game) I have had. I feel much lighter, and I feel much sharper than the couple games that I played before, and I am not feeling any pain, so I am feeling all right.”Assured and confidentMBU took a point after drawing 1-1 at Humble Lion on Sunday and although it was not the most favourable result, Williams seemed assured and confident that the team will survive relegation, and he believes he has a big role to play along the way.“I know we will survive,” he said. “We just have to work as a team and get the job done, starting next week. Even though we got a point on the road, it’s a good point, but we have to do the business at home next week. So next week we have to go out and get the three points. But the team is looking towards me also, and the only thing I can do is get into training, work hard, and try to get some goals and see if I can help my team. With seven games to go, I am going to see if I can get eight to nine goals in those seven games. We have to go out and put in the work and do our best,” he continued.last_img read more