Please Login New Premium subscriber REGISTER LOGIN Reset Please either REGISTER or login below to continue << Go back And so it transpires that our sources were correct earlier this month when they told us that the ~ Sfr5.4bn DSV/Panalpina deal was closing sooner than expected – if you remember, October was the original deadline.“Market rumours now suggest that the latest timetable published by the Danes has been revisited, with sources suggesting that the deal is closing next month rather than in early October.”(Please read: “DSV + Panalpina – something is brewing on the road to heaven…“, dated 11 ... By Alessandro Pasetti 31/07/2019 Reset Your Password Premium subscriber LOGIN Email* Password* Subscription required for Premium stories In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium Email* Forgotten your password? Please click here
Telekom Veszprém: Cupara – Manaskov 3, Yahia 6 (1), Moraes 1, Nilsson 3, Marguc 3, Lauge 4, Strlek 3, Blagotinsek, Shishkarev 4, Nenadic 5 (1), Mahé 1, Maqueda, Lékai, Borozan 4 Click to comment HC PPD Zagreb: Jandric, Asanin – Cavar, Mandic 4, Bozic-Pavletic 2, Klarica, Buric 2, Srna, Vuglac 4, Stojnic 2, Bozovic 3, Laljek 1, Matanovic, Hrstic 6, Grahovac 1, VlahPHOTO: David Voros, Telekom Veszprem ShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items: 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. ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe Hungarian champions Telekom Veszprem have celebrated easy win in the Round 2 of the Men’s EHF Champions League 2020/2021.Telekom Veszprém – HC PPD Zagreb 37:25 (18:12)
UHL has been nominated by ESL as commercial agent in Germany and several other European countries; while ESL will represent UHL exclusively in Poland, Russia and the Baltic states.Both companies have expressed the desire to strengthen their existing business in West Africa, as well as develop new markets in East Africa.Besides bulk, breakbulk and steel cargo shipments, the partnership will focus on the transportation of oil and gas components, as well as project and heavy lift cargoes weighing up to 800 tonnes each.ESL operates seven multipurpose vessels in its trade, with maximum lifting capacities of 120 tonnes, as well as chartered tonnage. www.unitedheavylift.de
The Olympics have started? Oh well, we’re still talkin’ hoops in an all-basketball edition of Monday morning musings . . .Thanks to the Utes and Cougars, the Mountain West Conference race tightened up a bit this weekend with Utah knocking off league-leading San Diego State, and BYU winning still another close one, this time over second-place UNLV. The Aztecs are still the team to beat at 9-2, but the Cougars are just two games back and with a home game against the Aztecs coming up, they have a chance to grab a piece of the title . . .As for the Utes, their hopes of another championship disappeared in that five-game losing streak last month. But they have moved up from last to a tie for sixth with Wyoming and could move into the top four if they win out. Next month’s MWC tournament in Denver is likely to be as wide open as ever, as proved by the seventh-place team upsetting the first-place team on the road Saturday . . .Saturday’s win also helped Utah’s hopes for an NIT berth, assuming they don’t win the MWC tournament and go to the NCAAs. Not that the NIT is anything to do cartwheels about, but for a young team like the Utes, a little run in the NIT could be a nice springboard to next season when nearly everyone is back . . .Sure the the MWC is down this year, but it could be really good next year. Not only will Utah be much-improved, BYU has all but one player back, Air Force has most of its players back, plus former player of the year Nick Welch, while San Diego State and UNLV have several top players back, plus some talented transfers who are sitting out. As for 5-19 TCU, it can’t possibly be any worse . . .For the first time in three years, the NCAA tournament will be back at the Huntsman Center next month. Local fans could very well see Gonzaga and Adam Morrison as a No. 2 or 3 seed. Those who were there last time will never forget the double-overtime thriller between Gonzaga and Arizona in 2003 . . .The ‘Zags are the best team in what is a very down year for the West. Gonzaga will be the only team from its league to make the NCAAs (you think the MWC is bad, seven of nine WCC teams have losing records) and the MWC and WAC could also be one-bid leagues. The Pac-10 only has a couple of ranked teams this year in UCLA and Washington with Arizona and Stanford having down years . . .Three women’s teams should be NCAA-bound from the strong MWC this year with New Mexico joining Utah and BYU . . .I’m glad I was wrong about Carlos Boozer not returning this season. If he can stay healthy, the Jazz should make the playoffs, either as the No. 3 seed (Northwest Division winners) or No. 8 seed (just a half game back right now). Or else he could get traded before the Feb. 23 deadline . . .Everybody likes to talk about how the Jazz should have taken Chris Paul instead of Deron Williams with the No. 3 pick in last year’s draft. And maybe they should have. But what about Utah unloading former first-round Kirk Snyder in the deal for Greg Ostertag. Last I looked Snyder was starting for New Orleans alongside Paul (28 points Saturday night), while Ostertag is, well, being Greg Ostertag . . . Finally, have you heard about Deb Remmerde? Not likely. She plays for Northwestern Iowa at the NAIA level of women’s basketball and last week she broke the record for consecutive free throws made at any level, men or women when she made her 127th straight free throw in competition. She eventually had the streak broken later in the week at 133. While women certainly can’t compete against men in basketball, they are generally better free throw shooters. E-mail: [email protected]
Ronaldo is on the verge of buying Real Valladolid 28/08/2018 RELATED STORIES Second place went to Dimitri Payet, who plays for Marseille, for his strike against RB Leipzig in the quarter finals of the Europa League. He received 35,558 votes. CEST And third place when to Spanish player, Eva Navarro, with 23,315 votes for her goal against Germany in the final of the U17 European Championship. The goal, which came in the quarter finals of the Champions League, was first in the poll with 197,496 votes. IN SPORT.ES Sport EN Upd. at 16:21 It’s the first time Cristiano Ronaldo has won this award. The previous winners were Leo Messi in 2015 (vs Bayern Munich) and 2016 (vs Roma) and Mario Mandzukic against Real Madrid in the Champions League. Cristiano Ronaldo’s overhead kick for Real Madrid against his now current side Juventus was named as the best goal of last season according to vistors to UEFA’s website. La chilena de Ronaldo, elegida mejor gol de la temporada por UEFA
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“John is a big, strong player with a high skill level who always competes hard and Cody is a dynamic guy offensively who was probably the best skater in Junior B hockey this past season. I’m very pleased that John and Cody have chosen to take the next step in their academic and hockey careers at Selkirk College.” Proctor, a 6-foot-4 winger, scored 16 times and totalled 41 points in 36 regular season games last season and tacked on another 14 points in 23 playoff contests.Over three-plus junior seasons split between the Ice Hawks and North Delta Devils, Proctor scored 43 goals and totalled 93 points in 116 games. He also saw 49 games of postseason action, including a trip to the PIJHL finals in 2010, picking up 18 points overall. “I’m very excited to attend Selkirk College this fall to further my education and continue to play the sport I love at a competitive and high level,” said Proctor, who lists his size, shot and playmaking ability amongst his strengths.”I’m a good teammate who always puts the team first. I also consider myself a disciplined agitator; I draw a lot of penalties but rarely take any myself.” “After winning the 2012 leaque championship with the Delta Ice Hawks, I’m hungry to win another at Selkirk,” he adds.”I am also looking forward to going back to school in a disciplined but positive and fun environment.” Fidgett, a 5-foot-11 winger, netted 16 goals and 28 points in 33 regular season games before leading the Ice Hawks with 24 points in 19 PIJHL postseason appearances and six points in four games at the Cyclone Taylor Cup.In 109 games with the Ice Hawks over three-plus seasons, Fidgett scored 55 goals and totalled 87 points in 109 regular season contests and excelled during the postseason with 34 goals and 59 points in 49 playoff appearances. “I’m excited for the opportunity to play the game I’m passionate about while furthering my education,” Fidgett explaind.”I like to think of myself as an unselfish team player who can create opportunities on every shift using my speed and ability to read the play. I’m looking forward to helping my team achieve their goals while raising my level of hockey and working towards a degree in business.” Proctor and Fidgett are the 12th and 13th players to commit to the Saints for the 2012/13 season. They join a forward group that includes Thomas Hardy (Aldergrove, PIJHL), Jackson Garrett (Comox Valley, VIJHL), Cole Thomson (Kerry Park, VIJHL),Scott Swiston (Creston, KIJHL), Connor McLaughlin (Fernie Ghostriders, KIJHL), Kyle Golz (Grandview, PIJHL), Matthew Luongo (Aldergrove, PIJHL) and Brodie Gibbon (Oceanside, VIJHL), as well as defenceman Brett Kipling (Melville, SJHL) and Dylan Smith (Richmond, PIJHL) and goaltender Stephen Wolff (Oceanside, VIJHL). The Selkirk College Saints hope two champions can bring championship experience to the West Kootenay college.Selkirk head coach Jeff Dubois is pleased to announce forwards Cody Fidgett (Richmond, B.C.) and John Proctor (Port Moody, B.C.) have committed to attend Selkirk College for the 2012/13 B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League season. Proctor and Fidgett recently completed their junior careers with the Pacific International Junior Hockey League’s Delta Ice Hawks, who they helped to a 2012 PIJHL Championship and a third place finish at the Cyclone Taylor Cup. “John and Cody both bring championship experience with a top-end junior organization in Delta,” Jeff Dubois said.
The Mayo Association Galway in conjunction with Cairde Mhaigh Eo have teamed up, and are holding an Official Fundraiser titled:“A Night at the Dogs Buster Fundraiser”It will be held in the Galway Greyhound track, College Road, Galway on Friday, 9th September @ 6.30pm. It promises to be a great evening’s entertainment and we are hoping to make this the largest gathering of red and green in the City, so please come along and wear our county colourson the evening and show your support for the Mayo Senior Football Team.Tickets for the event can be purchased from those listed in the attached flyer or from any of the following outlets:· Elverys Sports, Headford Road Retail Park & Edward Square, Galway· Staunton’s All Care Pharmacy, Salthill· Ward’s Hotel, Salthill· Tuam Heating & Plumbing Ltd. Abbey Trinity, Tuam· Oliver Walsh Motors, KilcolganThere will be All-Ireland tickets up for grabs, so please spread the word via friends, colleagues and also like and share on Facebook
Derek McGrath is the Waterford Manager. He spoke to Coilin Duffy after it was confirmed that Conor Gleeson would miss the finalAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/DEREK%20MCGRATH%20PRE%20ALL%20IRELAND%20FINAL%20OTL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Minor Final between Galway and Cork throws in at 1.15 followed by the Senior Final between Galway and Waterford at 3.30 Today, we hear from both Managers.First is Galway Manager Micheal Donoghue. He Spoke To Sean Walsh earlier this weekAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/MICHEAL%20DONOGHUE%20PRE%20WATERFORD%20OTL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Route To The FinalLeinster Quarter-FinalsGalway 2-28 Dublin 1-17Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-9 (0-5f), C Cooney 1-3, C Whelan 0-5, J Flynn 1-2, D Burke 0-3, N Burke 0-2, J Cooney, C Mannion, T Monaghan, É Burke 0-1 each. Munster Senior Hurling ChampionshipMunster Semi-FinalsWaterford 1-15 Cork 0-23Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-5 (0-1f), M Shanahan 1-1 (0-1f), S Bennett, A Gleeson, J Barron 0-2 each, B O’Halloran, S Bennett, K Moran 0-1 each. Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship FinalCorcaigh v Gaillimh, Páirc an Chrócaigh, 1.15print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Waterford 4-19 Cork 0-20Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-8 (5f), J Barron 2-1; K Moran 0-4; A Gleeson 1-2, M Walsh 1-0; D Fives, C Gleeson, B O’Halloran, M Shanahan 0-1. All-Ireland Hurling Final Sunday….GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship FinalGaillimh v Port Láirge, Páirc an Chrócaigh, 3.30 Leinster Semi-FinalsGalway 0-33 Offaly 1-11Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-7 (0-6f), C Whelan 0-7, N Burke 0-5, S Maloney 0-4, A Harte 0-3, P Mannion 0-2, C Mannion 0-2, J Coen 0-2, C Cooney 0-1. All-Ireland Quarter-FinalsWaterford 1-23 Wexford 1-19Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-9 (0-9f), K Moran 1-3, A Gleeson 0-3 (0-1f), B O’Halloran, M Shanahan 0-2 each, C Gleeson, J Dillon, M Walsh, D Fives 0-1 each. Leinster FinalGalway 0-29 Wexford 1-17Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-10 (0-8f, 0-1 65, 0-1 sideline), C Cooney 0-8 (0-1f), J Cooney 0-5, N Burke 0-2, D Burke, P Mannion, T Monaghan and S Maloney 0-1 each. All-Ireland Semi-FinalsGalway 0-22 Tipperary 1-18Galway Scorers: J Canning 0-11 (0-6f, 0-1 ’65, 0-1 sideline), C Whelan 0-4, C Cooney and J Coen 0-2 each, J Cooney, P Mannion (0-1f), D Burke 0-1 each. Qualifiers Round 2Waterford 4-23 Kilkenny 2-22Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony 0-6 (0-5f, 0-1 ’65), J Barron, M Shanahan (0-3f) 1-3 each, A Gleeson 0-5, Shane Bennett, M Walsh 1-0 each, T Ryan, K Moran 0-2 each, J Dillon, P Curran 0-1 each. Tomorrow is D-Day for The Galway Senior And Minor Hurling Teams as they feature on All-Ireland Sunday. All-Ireland QualifiersQualifiers Round 1Waterford 1-35 Offaly 0-14Waterford Scorers: Pauric Mahony (0-11, 0-7 frees, 0-1 ’65); A Gleeson (0-6); P Curran (0-4, 0-2 frees, 0-1 ’65); Shane Bennett (1-0); K Moran, D Fives, J Barron, M Shanahan, C Dunford (0-2 each); J Dillon, T De Burca, T Ryan, M Walsh (0-1 each).
Saturday March 24thSt. Tiernach’s Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan The AIB All-Ireland Senior & Intermediate Club Championships Finals which were postponed due to the recent severe weather have now been re-scheduled for Saturday March 24th in St. Tiernach’s Park, Clones, Co.Monaghan as follows: Senior FinalSarsfields (Galway) v Slaughtneil (Derry) @ 3.30pmIntermediate FinalAthenry (Galway) v Johnstownbridge (Kildare) @ 1.30pmIt has also been announced that the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues Division 1 Final has now been fixed for Sunday April 8th. A venue and throw-in time for this fixture will be confirmed in due courseprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email