Bayern thump Hanover to go level with second-place Gladbach

first_imgBerlin, Germany | AFP | Thomas Mueller had a frustrating time in front of goal in his 300th Bundesliga game, but Bayern continued their run of form with a 4-0 win at Hanover on Saturday.Joshua Kimmich’s second-minute volley from an awkward-looking flick from Thomas Mueller gave the Bavarians an early lead.Bayern doubled their lead in the 29th minute when David Alaba rocketed a strike into the top of the net from the edge of the box.Kimmich turned provider for the last two goals.In the 53rd minute, he played a low cross for Serge Gnabry who weaved through traffic before toe-poking home from close range.Ten minutes later, Kimmich floated a perfectly-weighted cross into the path of Robert Lewandowski who headed his 10th goal of the season, going to the top of the Bundesliga scoring charts.Bayern’s win cut the gap to leaders Borussia Dortmund to six points ahead of Dortmund’s evening game against Werder Bremen at Signal Iduna Park. Hanover sit dead last with 10 points from 15 games. Elsewhere, Borussia Moenchengladbach, who started the day in second drew 0-0 at wasteful Hoffenheim. The home team dominated throughout, racking up 22 shots to four for the visitors, but were unable to convert.Schalke’s Bundesliga struggles continued, held 1-1 at Augsburg. The visitors thought they had snared the three points in the dying stages after Breel Embolo netted, but the effort ruled out for offside.Mario Gomez secured a valuable win for relegation-challenged Stuttgart who won 2-1 at home to Hertha Berlin.Berlin took the lead in the 38th minute through Max Mittelstadt, before Gomez stretched out a leg to tap it into the bottom left corner in the 64th minute.Gomez added a second just ten minutes later, powering a header into goal after an expert cross from Christian Gentner.Fortuna Duesseldorf improved their chances of avoiding the drop with a 2-0 home win over Freiburg thanks to two goals from Kaan Ayhan.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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Kapil Dev claims Sachin Tendulkar never became a ruthless batsman

first_imgAdvertisement bq9k1NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsa2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ec74( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) apd2Would you ever consider trying this?😱f1u16Can your students do this? 🌚5cszRoller skating! Powered by Firework Former India all-rounder Kapil Dev opined that Sachin Tendulkar never went on to become a ruthless batsman despite possessing the talent to be one. Advertisement The 1983 World Cup-winning skipper felt that Sachin Tendulkar could and should have had more runs to his name. In a podcast hosted by his former teammate W V Raman, Kapil Dev also added that although Sachin had all the talent in the world, he did not put it into use to his advantage by being a ruthless batsman and scoring double and triple hundreds on a consistent basis.Advertisement Kapil Dev also claimed that he used to tell Sachin to be more like Sehwag as he would never put his foot down on the brake irrespective of the milestone. He said:“Sachin had so much talent, we hadn’t seen it in anyone. He was born in an era where he knew how to score hundreds but he never became a ruthless batsman. Sachin had everything in cricket.”Advertisement “However, he got caught up in the Mumbai cricket [mindset]: when you score a hundred, make a line, and start from zero again. And that’s where I said no, you are such a ruthless cricketer, be like Virender Sehwag.”“To Sachin, I used to say, ‘You must watch Virender Sehwag’, who, upon reaching a ton would aim for at least one boundary an over if not two. So in the next 20 overs, he was close to his double-hundred. That was the difference.”Sachin Tendulkar’s daddy hundred woesIn his illustrious 24-year career, Sachin managed to score 51 test centuries in 329 innings. However, the little master was only able to breach the 200-run mark six times over the course of his career with his highest score being an unbeaten 248 against Bangladesh in Dhaka. Sachin Tendulkar never came close to reach the triple hundred mark in his glittered career.Off the 51 test hundreds, only 20 have gone onto cross the 150-run mark. Kapil Dev asserted the point of the lack of such big innings from the Little Master while every other great batsman has managed to register mammoth innings on a more consistent basis.“He knew how to score hundreds but didn’t know how to convert those hundreds into double-hundreds and triple-hundreds. Sachin had the talent to make at least five triple-centuries and another 10 double-hundreds because he could hit fast bowlers and spinners for a six or a four every over.”If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also, follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comALSO READ:Suresh Raina explains why Rohit Sharma is the next MS Dhoni! Advertisementlast_img read more

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Classy Raging Bull Rallies Wide To Take Grade I, $300, 000 Shoemaker Mile

first_imgCLASSY RAGING BULL RALLIES WIDE TO TAKE GRADE I, $300,000 SHOEMAKER MILE BY 2 ¼ LENGTHS UNDER ROSARIO; TRAINED BY BROWN, HE GETS TURF DISTANCE IN 1:32.73RACE IS A BREEDERS’ CUP ‘WIN & YOU’RE IN’ CHALLENGE QUALIFIER     ARCADIA, Calif. (May 25, 2020)–In a race that looked oh-so-close on paper, French-bred Raging Bull turned Monday’s Grade I, $300,000 Shoemaker Mile into grassy walk in the Santa Anita Park, as he wheeled six-wide turning for home en route to a comfortable 2 ¼ length score under Joel Rosario.  Trained by Chad Brown and owned by Peter M. Brant, the 5-year-old full horse by Dark Angel got the distance in 1:32.73 over a firm turf course.Breaking from post position seven in a field of nine 3-year-olds and up, Raging Bull, in his Santa Anita debut, had two horses beat around the Club House turn and up the backside to the far turn.  With longshot Voodoo Song ensuring a legitimate pace, Raging Bull was on the move and Rosario had no intention of getting him stopped as he made an eye-catching move past the quarter pole.“He broke well and it looked like there was a good pace, he was very controlled,” said Rosario, who had ridden Raging Bull 10 times prior to today’s race.  “He just came with his run like he does all the time.  He put in a nice run.  It’s beautiful, nice to be back here and be back in action.”Although winless since taking the Grade I Hollywood Derby at Del Mar in December of 2018, Raging Bull had been close in five consecutive Grade I stakes since, his most recent appearance resulting in close fourth place finish in the Grade I Woodbine Mile on Sept. 14.The second choice in the Shoe Mile wagering at 5-2, Raging Bull paid $7.80, $5.40 and $3.40.Out of the Mr. Greeley mare Rosa Bonheur, Raging Bull notched his fourth graded stakes win today and improved his overall mark to 13-6-2-2.  With the winner’s share of $180,000, he becomes racing’s newest millionaire, with earnings of $1,100,750.“He ran a super race and he always runs good,” said Juan Hernandez, assistant to Brown.  “He had trained well here and he was acting good.  He’s just a very special horse.”A very unlucky Next Shares, who was bumped hard out of the gate by War of Will, was able to recover mount a solid late rally of his own, finishing second by a half length over favorite Without Parole.Ridden by John Velazquez, Next Shares was off at 18-1 and paid $14.20 and $7.80.“The plan was to be mid-pack with this horse, but we got wiped out at the start, so we were way back,” said Velazquez, who was one of several eastern-based riders on the local scene this weekend.  “he still ran a great race.”The 2-1 favorite, Without Parole, who is also trained by Brown and was ridden by Irad Ortiz, Jr., was also unlucky, as he had to wait for racing room a furlong from home at the rail and surged late to just miss the place.Off at 2-1, he paid $3.00 to show.Last year’s Preakness Stakes winner, War of Will, who was ridden by Flavien Prat, was disqualified from fifth and placed sixth for interference at the start.Fractions on the race were 22.16, 44.75, 1:08.56 and 1:20.93Today’s Shoe Mile serves as the first Breeders’ Cup “Win & You’re In” Challenge Race qualifier of the year, with the winner provided an automatic, fees-paid berth into the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Mile on Nov. 6 at Keeneland.last_img read more

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German virologist warns that there will be no soccer until 2021

first_imgThe Bundesliga has suspended the season until April 2 but that date is considered by many to be somewhat illusory.The managing director of the German Football League (DFL), Christian Seifert, has said that closed-door matches are the only chance to save the season which would also involve saving some clubs from insolvency. Schmidt-Chanasit does not believe that the current season can be concluded. “I am convinced that it will only be possible to play again next year. I do not think it is realistic to think that this season can end,” he said. The German virologist Jonas Schmidt-Chanasit, from the Berhard-Nocht Institute in Hamburg, considers that the pause in football competitions will have to last until 2021 and he even rejects the possibility of playing behind closed doors before that date.“I don’t think in April they can talk about games being played again. Neither behind closed doors because they have the potential for people to gather at their homes to watch them,” Schmidt-Chanasit said in statements to Northern Television of Germany (NRD).last_img read more

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Azkals draw with Yemenis, stay on top

first_imgLearning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ Winning start MOST READ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award The Yemenis proved dangerous on the counter-attack as they exploited the Azkals’ inability to recover defensively off set pieces.Defender Mudir Al Radaei gave Yemen a shock lead in the 27th minute with a diving header off a corner kick, stunning the crowd of close to 3,000 at Panaad.Phil leveled three minutes later with a trademark free kick, scoring from 30 yards out—a goal similar to his strike against Tajikistan last June and Indonesia last December in the Suzuki Cup.But Yemen always proved dangerous on the break and the visitors pulled ahead again in the 55th minute with a well worked counter-attack completed by Abdul Al-Matari.James forged another equalizer with a header off a Manny Ott delivery in the 71st minute.ADVERTISEMENT Break new ground End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend NCAA bans Bolick, 3 others for fracas Philippine Azkals  Photo by: Tristan Tamayo/Inquirer.netBACOLOD CITY—The Philippines picked a precious point after fighting back from a goal down twice to salvage a 2-2 draw against Yemen, Tuesday night in the Asian Cup qualifier at Panaad Stadium here.Brothers Phil and James Younghusband made a memorable return to the stadium where they made their international debuts 12 years ago, scoring in each half as the Azkals stayed on top of the group with seven points, two ahead of the Yemenis, whom they will face on Oct. 10 in Doha, Qatar.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next It was a bittersweet result for the brothers in particular as they took delight in the goals they scored, yet felt a tinge of disappointment over their inability to pick up maximum points against a team that struggled to even reach this bustling city.“We’re a bit disappointed not to get three points, but the team fought hard until the end,” said Phil Younghusband who jacked up his tally to 47 international goals. “We can still take a lot of positives from this game. We’re still top of the group and hopefully get a better result next time.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendGoalkeeper Neil Etheridge, who produced some spectacular saves at the start of the match and late in stoppage time shared Younghusband’s sentiments.“Slightly disappointed but we need to take the positives out of the game,” said Etheridge. “It’s a draw. It’s not a loss and we keep a good unbeaten record going and we look forward to the next game in Doha next month.” It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson A costly, catty dispute finally settled Mayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’ LATEST STORIES View commentslast_img read more

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Former drug lord’s bodyguard remains in custody

first_imgThe ex-body guard of a popular convicted drug lord remains in custody as Police continue their investigation into the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Ryan Anthony Sergeant at the Rio Night Club on Monday last.A source close to investigations revealed that the Police had applied to the High Court for an extension to further detain the Queenstown resident and this was granted.However, that extension comes to an end today; and as such, the case file is expected to be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on the way forward. The man in custody was seen leaving the night club with a firearm in his hand and he remains tight lipped.On the other hand, during initial investigations, one of the men who was arrested with two illegal firearms at a house in Hadfield Street, Georgetown, on Monday, was placed before the court and remanded to prison. The female who was arrested during that operation was released.Sergeant, 19, of Lot 2530 Layton Street, North Ruimveldt, Georgetown, was shot and killed while another teenager remains in a critical state at the Georgetown Public Hospital. The injured teen is Jeffrey Ferrel of North Ruimveldt Housing Scheme, Georgetown.Sergeant was shot once to the jaw during an exchange of gunfire, which started in the night club and ended outside.Jeffrey Ferrel, of North Ruimveldt, was also shot and injured during the gun battle. After the shooting, the now dead man was picked up by his ‘gang members’ and dropped off at the Woodlands Hospital. It was reported that Ferrel, who is now hospitalised, was involved in an altercation with one of the suspects who in turn left the club with another friend and a female companion.Further reports stated that after the trio left, they were followed by Ferrel and the now dead man and the argument resumed.During the argument, the suspect whipped out a gun and discharged several rounds, hitting Ferrel to the neck and shoulder. Attempting to rescue his shot friend, Sergeant was shot to the jaw. The suspects then fled the scene.It was during the review of the surveillance footage, the three suspects were positively identified.last_img read more

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Loney in unfamiliar territory

first_imgVERO BEACH, Fla. – James Loney was talking, laughing and trying to be analytical after the first game of Wednesday’s Grapefruit League day-night doubleheader, so there was no doubt he was alive. But the dark, orange circles ringing his eyes made him look like one of the zombies from Night of the Living Dead. The Dodgers first-base prospect was wearing sunglass-tinted contact lenses, one of the latest innovations in optical wear. But even on a blindingly bright afternoon when the Dodgers fell, 11-1, to the 2006 champion St. Louis Cardinals before 4,525 at Holman Stadium, those uber-cool shades didn’t help Loney see any more clearly into his immediate future. Loney played the entire game and went 3 for 3 with a walk, which raised his spring average to .421 and his on-base percentage to .500. He also played the first five innings in right field, his first appearance there this spring, but in no way his last, and he had looked utterly lost in the process. In the first, Loney got a late jump on a fly ball by Scott Rolen, allowing it to fall in front of him for a key hit in what became a four-run inning for the Cardinals. Loney later let another catchable ball hit by Rolen fall just to the foul side of the line and then broke in on a routine fly ball by Gary Bennett that flew over his head and rolled to the wall. In fairness to Loney, it was a bad afternoon to be playing an unfamiliar position. “I don’t think this was a fair day to judge him,” Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said. “It was windy, and it was a tough sky.” Still, the ability to play multiple positions might end up being a deciding factor in whether Loney – the man who came to spring training perched more squarely on the proverbial bubble than any other Dodgers player – makes this club. “They haven’t really talked to me about it, but I want to do the best I can do out there,” said Loney, 22, the club’s first-round pick in the 2002 amateur draft. “What I need to work on is (tracking) balls hit from that angle. center_img When we take fly balls in practice, the guy hitting them is standing in the outfield with us. So one thing I want to start doing is having somebody hit me more fly balls from home plate.” Closer Takashi Saito, who has been limited in running but not in throwing by a strained right calf, finally made his spring debut, pitching a scoreless fifth inning. The double by Bennett that Loney misjudged was the only hit allowed by Saito, who didn’t get to test his calf because he wasn’t involved in any defensive plays. Although he had previously said the camp roster probably wouldn’t be pared down until after the final split-squad on March 15, Dodgers manager Grady Little now says that first round of cuts might come later this week. tony.jackson@dailynews.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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CLONMANY’S MARTINA WINS €25,000 ON LOTTO SHOW

first_imgMartina Callaghan from Clonmay, Co. Donegal won €25,000, including a luxury holiday, at the National Lottery’s Money Spinner event held at the Slieve Russell Hotel, Cavan on Saturday 26 July 2014. Pictured at the presentation of winning cheques were, from left to right: Brian Ormond, game show host; Martina Callaghan, winning player and Harry Cooke, Head of Operations, The National Lottery. The winning ticket was purchased in SuperValu, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal.Pic: Mac Innes PhotographyDONEGAL woman Martina Callaghan has something to cheer about today – she’s just won €25,000 including luxury holiday on a lotto game show.She won the cash on RTE’s Money Spinner TV programme.Martina is a retired factory worker.  She is from a family of six: James Anthony, Margaret Theresa, Veronica and John, who live in the area and brother Marius who lives in England with his wife Margaret and daugher Narelle.  She is close to her grandnieces and grandnephews Amy, Liam, Chloe, Lucy, Niamh and Eamer. Martina normally puts her nephews and nieces names on the Scratch Card but for some unknown reason she put her own name on this particular Scratch Card for the first time ever and had the luck to be drawn!Martina walks every day. She loves listening to country and western music, especially Big Tom. She would have travelled everywhere to see him – that’s her Garth Brooks! She last saw him live last October.Her grandniece Chloe gave her a teddy bear to bring with her for luck when spinning the wheel.“I can’t believe it, I still feel I’m chatting about somebody else.” Martina hasn’t even thought about how she will spend her winnings as she just felt so lucky to be a Money Spinner contestant. CLONMANY’S MARTINA WINS €25,000 ON LOTTO SHOW was last modified: July 28th, 2014 by John2Share 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:clonmanyMartina CallaghanMOney Spinnernational lotteryRTETVlast_img read more

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Recent Mexican immigrants rare in hospital E.R.’s

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Where only 12 percent of U.S.-born whites were uninsured, 22.5 percent of Mexican-Americans lacked health insurance. For recent immigrants, that number is much higher – more than 67 percent were uninsured. “This reveals gaps in worker based health insurance,” said Steven Wallace, one of the study’s authors and associate director of UCLA’s Center for Health Policy Research. “Latinos are more likely to work for smaller companies and industries including construction or service where hours offered don’t quality for health insurance.” This could become a problem during a public health crisis, researchers said. Without health insurance, sick persons put off visiting a doctor. If they contract a contagious illness such as avian influenza, it could put everyone at risk. The 34-page-study – which looked at immigration patterns and health care access nationally – also found that 37 percent of recent Mexican immigrants depend on clinics rather than doctors. In comparison, 15 percent of U.S.-born whites rely on clinics. While 10 percent of recent Mexican immigrants visited emergency rooms in 1999 and 2000, 20 percent of U.S.-born whites did. Researchers based their report on 2004 U.S. and Mexican census data and a 2000 study from the Centers of Disease Control. The study considers recent immigrants living in the U.S. 10 years or less. “Mexicans aren’t using as much health insurance as they could be because they are not friendly linguistically,” said Xochitl Castaneda, director of the California Mexico Health Initiative at the University of California. “Many of these clinics are also overwhelmed with people.” Rachel Uranga, (818) 713-3741 rachel.uranga@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Mexican immigrants rely heavily on health clinics but use emergency room services less often than most white Americans, a study released Thursday found. The joint study by the University of California and the National Population Council of Mexican Governments of Mexico bucks long-held perceptions that recent immigrants make more frequent emergency room visits. “Mexican immigrants when they come here, they don’t get here with the idea of using public services,” said Fabian Nuez, speaker of the California assembly and a son of Mexican immigrants himself. “They come here to contribute something.” Still, even after living in the United States for generations, Mexicans tend to have lower rates of health insurance coverage than U.S.-born whites. last_img read more

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IN PICTURES: Inaugural corporate games close with glamour at awards dinner

first_imgThe Corporate Games Awards dinner took place at Royal Suits in Bugolobi on Saturday. (PHOTOS/Courtesy)KAMPALA – Saturday 29th November 2019, at Royal Suites Bugolobi is where the first and glamorous awards dinner of the Corporate Games 2019 season was held.Without any doubt, the dinner was one that left those in attendance bubbling because of the organization and arrangements that were exhibited.Corporate Games happened every first Sunday of the month at Mandela National Stadium, their official home stadium.For the record, the games were introduced in February and have had a wonderful 9 months. The companies which took part, participated in various games that were Involved football, Netball, tag of war, basketball, darts, cycling, target shooting, soccer, chess, three legged race, athletics to mention but a few.Saturday’s dinner was kicked off by awarding all companies that participated in the 2019 season with certificates of participation. Every company that’s was involved in the games at least got recognition.That was then followed by special recognition of companies that excelled in different areas besides just the games.The best private award was taken by Uganda Baati. The best MDA award was taken by Ministry of finance planning and economic development. Uganda National Meteorological Authority went home with the Raising Star 2019 award. Strategic Partner award was pocketed by Mandela National Stadium and the strategic media award was taken by Next media company. The spotlight award went to ORYX Energies while Uganda Industrial Research Institute clinched the Impact award. The leadership award 2019 was taken home by Uganda National Bureau of Standards. And finally the Chairman’s award was given to Orion Transformers and engineering.After nine months of action packed games, it was also a night that the best overall performers of the season got recognized as followsSoccer winners – Fiduga Uganda LtdBasketball – UMC Victoria hospitalNetball – FidugaChess – UMC VictoriaVolleyball – Ministry of science technology and InnovationTag of war – Joint Medical StoreThree-legged race – Fiduga Uganda LtdSack race (women) – FidugaSack race (men) – FidugaWood ball – SCD DarlingPaint ball – SCD DarlingCycling (men) – SCD DarlingCycling (women) – Fiduga Uganda LtdAthletics4×4 – SCD Darling200M (men) – EFC Uganda limited200M (women) – Fiduga100M (men) – SCD Darling100M (women) – FidugaFiduga Limited were crowned the overall winners of the Corporate Games 2019 season after dominating in almost all the games. SCD Darling were the first runners up with Royal Van Zanteen clinching the third spot as second runners up.The Next Media CEO and also Guest of honor during the awards Kin Karrisa graced the occasion with a lot of praise for the Corporate Games. The games were also graced with the Commissioner planning from the Ministry of finance, Brigadier Sentongo and Brigadier Shillingi from the UPDF, FUFA was represented by the Director of Communications Mr. Marsha Ahmed, in attendance was the Executive director Uganda National Metrological Authority, and the Director red paper publications Mr. Johnson Musinguzi.The master of ceremony was the exceptional Ben Mwine who kept the guests entertained.The chief guest Mr. Kin Kariisa, in his remarks he said that Corporate games have proved to be authentic and proven because of their strictness of making sure that companies use only their employees in the games.“These games improve immunity and also avoid the very many small diseases we get due to less exercise of the body. I really want to thank Corporate Games Uganda for putting up these games.” Karrisa said. We at Next media (NBS TV, Sanyuka TV) are willing and ready to give all the support needed for the upcoming 2020 season. He added.Next Media CEO Kin Karisa was the chief guest at the dinner.Next Media (NBS TV, Sanyuka TV) were among the Corporate Games sponsors for the 2019 season. UMC Victoria Hospitals gave medical insurance to all the Corporates on the pitch. Media support was from– Sanyuka TV, NBS TV, UBC TV, Kwese TV, Red Pepper. Node Group, the PR agency that managed the PR and Marketing of the games. NEC Uzima water as the games’ official water partners for the games. Ashton Events the events managers, Baliks photography our official photographers and of course Mandela National Stadium our official home stadium.The closing remarks of the function were from the Chairman of the Corporate Games Ian Rumanyika who said that It had been a busy nine months for 2019 season with a lot of new things at the start of every month. It was all about fun, networking and entertaining games.Ian said.“Corporate Games Uganda Limited believes in having a variety of games so all your staff are not left out. We had Football, Netball, Basketball, Volleyball, Cycling, Wood ball, Chess, Athletics, Tag of war, sack race, paint ball shooting, swimming, darts and the three legged race in the 2019 season.”“Discipline is a pillar and reason CG has succeeded this year. We encourage companies to also ensure staff follow the set guidelines. He added.“Corporate games was a dream that was harvested out of the desire to have a strictly corporate platform to network professionally through sports. One thing am sure of is that sports is corporate decision making. What you have joined as a brand has numerous benefits that you should continue to look for. Don’t withdraw next year. More opportunities for your brand and staff will be enormous.” Mr. Rumanyika concluded.Rumanyika speaking at the dinner on Saturday.Ian also said that as Corporate Games Uganda, they pledge to always give companies the best sports product for their staff. We believe in inspiring Corporates Through Sports.The list of companies that participated in the first ever season of the games-Ministry of science, technology and innovation-Ministry of science, technology and innovation-EFC MDI Uganda Limited-Uganda national meteorological authority-Uganda industrial research institute-Uganda national bureau of standards-Uganda Baati-Orion transformers and engineering-NRMO-Cavendish University-Oryx energies-Ministry of finance, planning and economic development-Royal van Zanten-Fiduga Uganda ltd-Scd Darling-Mengo Hospital-Umc Victoria hospital-Uganda National Council of science and technology-Mandela national stadium-Red pepper Uganda-Kwese tv-NEC Uzima water-Next media services-Uganda national council for science and technology-Ashton Events-Joint medical store-UBCComments Tags: Corporate GamesIan RumanyikaKin Karisalast_img read more

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