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Jacob Whitehead reflects on a West Country double in the two European finals Expand Okay, which of you had ‘Sam Hidalgo-Clyne European Cup-winning turnover’ down at the start of the season— Squidge Rugby (@SquidgeRugby) October 17, 2020Bristol acquisitions show them the way homeWhat a first try, what a final try. Bristol ended their Challenge Cup semi-final with an outrageous piece of handling from Semi Radradra and they began the final the same way. It took the Bears only 15 seconds to score, it took their star man only three seconds to justify his price tag.Taking a slightly overhit kick-off, the Fijian centre showed wrists snappier than a school of piranhas to send Alapati Leiua away down the left, before popping back up to put Harry Randall over the line.Yet Bristol were in trouble after 50 minutes. They were 19-13 down, they were wasteful in the Toulon half, but they had their two lockdown loanees on the field. Six talking points from the European finalsWhat a bumper weekend of European rugby. Two games filled with early tries, hot-stepping back-lines, niggle and spite. Bristol and Exeter lifted their first-ever European honours, taking the South-West back to rugby’s summit.Here are five talking points from the crowning glory of this year’s European action…Luke Cowan-Dickie strengthens England caseLuke Cowan-Dickie had a sensational opening period in the Heineken Champions Cup final in a performance that will intensify calls for him to start for England in coming weeks.He scored from the back of Exeter’s first attacking lineout, bulldozing traffic like a Cornish Godzilla, crashing over and keeping the contents of his stomach inside on this occasion. Finn Russell Simon Zebo It’s that connection that comes good time and again for Racing 92!Brilliant pass, clinical finish #ChampionsCupFinal pic.twitter.com/vWevbPq5Gt— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) October 17, 2020 First act: Luke Cowan-Dickie scores Exeter’s opening try (Getty Images) A word also for counterpart Camille Chat, who showed some pretty impressive power of his own in a carbon-copy second-half drive.Back to Cowan-Dickie, and the Exeter hooker was unlucky not to create another for Jonny Gray with a lovely flick out the back. His ability to tap-and-go played its own part in Sam Simmonds’s try, the defence sucked into Cowan-Dickie’s orbit like flotsam around a small planet.With DCL scoring for one England team, is it time for LCD to star for another?Racing start stalls quicklyRacing 92 started well. Honestly. Well, for five minutes at least, forcing Exeter to miss four tackles in the opening exchanges (probably more than Jonny Gray has missed in his entire career) and speeding through rare holes in the Chiefs defence.Then the wheels came off, and it was Teddy Iribaren at the centre of it. We’ve always known that Iribaren has a certain insouciance – but he was brilliant in his last Champions Cup final against Leinster two years ago.Unsteady Teddy: Racing scrum-half Iribaren struggled against Exeter (Getty Images)Possibly with his own brilliance in mind, the first 15 minutes saw him take a more laissez-faire approach to ball security than a drunk juggler, kicking the ball dead, getting caught out from a quick lineout and flicking the ball madly infield all within a five-minute period. He was lucky that a Jonny Hill fumble didn’t lead to another Exeter try.There are some teams you can get away with this against. There are others you can’t. We all know what camp Exeter fall into. The Chiefs had 75% of territory after 15 minutes and a 14-0 lead – achieved despite Racing having made 120 metres to Exeter’s 30 in this period.There’s playing your own game and there’s playing into opposition hands – could Racing have sped away with the title if not for that crazy first 20 minutes?A tale of two passes: a Parisian novel“That Finn Russell pass, sheeesh.” A phrase to define the day.Finn Russell lives by the sword, Finn Russell dies by the sword, Finn Russell walks on razors in bare feet. A man touched by the angel and the devil, usually at the same time.Few games have shown this more than Saturday’s final. His ball for Simon Zebo’s first try was less cerebral than celestial, the Huw Jones pass 2.0. It was hanging in the air, begging to be intercepted… until it wasn’t, the defence was split, his side scored. Chiefs are crowned European champions after beating Racing… Exeter win Heineken Champions Cup 2019-20 Collapse Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Exeter win Heineken Champions Cup 2019-20 A journey with the sweetest endingEdinburgh, Scarlets, Harlequins, Racing 92, Lyon, Exeter. Sam Hidalgo-Clyne has played for six clubs in the past three seasons, even turning out on six occasions for Racing during last year’s World Cup.Exeter have always had a surfeit of nines, with Will Chudley, Stu Townsend, Nic White, and both Maunder brothers strutting their stuff in the scrum-half shirt over the last few years. Enter Hidalgo-Clyne.Related: Sam Hidalgo-Clyne proving a natural ChiefScrum-halves aren’t meant to win turnovers. The star Scotsman was meant to be Stuart Hogg; it was meant to be Jonny Gray.But hey, rip that up, Exeter weren’t meant to be able to win a European Cup! It looked in doubt late on, Racing camped on the Exeter line as it was defended by only14 men. Antonie Claassen produced a huge carry over the line but was rolled onto his back and on latched Hidalgo-Clyne, a clinging limpet, winning the most important turnover in his club’s history. Game over. Bristol win European Challenge Cup 2019-20 Bristol win European Challenge Cup 2019-20 LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Watch the key moments from Bristol’s 32-19 victory… “We trusted the system. So proud of the boys!””There was just a feeling in that group!”Ben Earl speaks glowingly of Pat Lam after helping @BristolBears to their first European trophy!#ChallengeCupRugby pic.twitter.com/EOX6WcAbw3— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) October 16, 2020Ben Earl, a deserved Man of the Match, won a series of crucial penalties to allow Callum Sheedy to haul his team back level.And for the second straight European game, Max Malins provided the match-winning touch, hopscotching through the defence on a whim to put Bristol into a lead they would not relinquish.Magic moment: Max Malins runs in a decisive try for Bristol (Getty Images)It would be unfair to put the Bristol win all on their summer signings. Harry Thacker, Joe Joyce and Randall were superb too, while the whole squad took their performances up a notch after Malins’s score. Yet in finals we remember moments, and a recent sprinkling of stardust would ultimately provide the glint on the Challenge Cup trophy.Watershed moment for ToulonLook at the Toulon squad – Sergio Parisse, Charles Ollivon and Eben Etzebeth are all international veterans. Bristol’s starting XV, with all due respect to the Test-match exploits of Kyle Sinckler and Semi Radradra, had nowhere the same pedigree.They say you need to lose a big game to win a big game – not so here. Bristol showed the nous of the veteran heavyweight, scrapping in the right areas, knowing what fights to pick.Toulon did not play badly here but the game just seemed to show the confusing demographic of their squad – the dictionary definition of a team in transition.Next generation: Louis Carbonel is a bright spark for Toulon (Getty Images)On the one hand they’re filled with bright young sparks like fly-half Louis Carbonel, prop Jean-Baptiste Gros and impressive full-back Gervais Cordin. But on the flipside, figures like Parisse and Etzebeth are drawing towards the end of their careers.Their best touches in this game came from the younger contingent – Carbonel’s impish darts, Cordin’s composed defence. However, when the game was on the edge and experience needed to tell, the elder statesmen failed to rise to the occasion.Carbonel, who was red-hot for 60 minutes, but cold for the final quarter does need to take some responsibility. But Toulon have made a habit of big names winning big European games; the fact they didn’t feels significant.The spine of this squad is young, sparkling, and French. Is it time for the rest of the team to follow? And then, later, Russell’s pass hung in the air, begging to be intercepted… until it was, the defence was split, the other side scored. A head in hands moment for the mercurial ten.But in a game as crazy as this, against a defence as organised as Exeter – are you really telling me there’s a European attacker you’d rather have? In a glorious, crazy, swashbuckling final, Russell’s sword carved its lifeblood.MORE ON THE EUROPEAN FINALS
Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Submit a Job Listing Submit an Event Listing [Episcopal News Service] A federal judge sentenced Gregory Lisby, a former priest in the Diocese of Western Massachusetts, to six years in prison on Sept. 18 for possession of child pornography.Former priest Gregory Lisby. Photo courtesy of the Diocese of Western MassachusettsLisby, 41, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography in February. He was arrested in September 2019 after the FBI found nearly 200 images and videos of child pornography stored in a Microsoft account he used, according to court records. Lisby was then working as a kindergarten teacher in a public school in Holyoke, Massachusetts, having been suspended in 2018 from his position as rector of All Saints Church in Worcester “for an inappropriate relationship with an adult that did not involve sexual contact,” Western Massachusetts Bishop Douglas Fisher wrote in a letter to the diocese shortly after Lisby’s arrest.In court, Lisby’s lawyer also admitted that Lisby had had sexual contact with a 16-year-old boy, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette reported, though it was unclear whether this was the same incident the diocese referred to in February when it announced it had “received devastating credible evidence” that Lisby sexually abused a teenager. However, Lisby was not charged for the sexual encounter because the boy had just turned 16, the age of consent in Massachusetts, though the judge allowed the prosecution to use the incident to argue for an enhanced sentence.The Rev. Vicki Ix, the diocese’s communications director, told the Telegram & Gazette that she did not know whether this was the same teenager the diocese had referred to in February because the court had not shared the identity of the boy with the diocese.In court, a prosecutor described the content of the images found in Lisby’s online account as “extreme abuse” of children as young as preschoolers. Lisby apologized to victims of child pornography and the teenager with whom he engaged in “inappropriate behaviors,” and accepted blame for his actions.In a statement the same day, Fisher said that Lisby was removed from the priesthood in February and even after he is released from prison, “he will not be permitted any contact with congregations in this diocese without my permission, or that of my successor.”“We grieve, especially today, for children and youth who are trafficked and abused in this unspeakably evil trade,” Fisher said. “We pray for an end to their suffering. We pray, too, for Mr. Lisby’s family and for the people of the church and the community who have been wounded by this crime.”At the time of his arrest, Lisby had been living with his husband, the rector of a different church in Worcester, in that church’s rectory with their two children. Fisher said Lisby’s husband has filed for divorce and “is in no way implicated in any of these charges.”– Egan Millard is an assistant editor and reporter for Episcopal News Service. 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Year: Photographs Area: 76 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/938238/ndt-hh-home-kien-truc-ndt Clipboard 2019 NDT HH Home / Kiến Trúc NDT ArchDaily CopyHouses•Vietnam Vietnam Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Lumion, INAX, Toto, Viglacera, 4oranges, Acor, Adobe, Rạng Đông, Trimble Navigation, Xingfa AluminiumArchitect In Charge:Kiến Trúc NDTDesign Team:Nguyen Dang TuongClients:Duong Khanh HopEngineering:Hoang Tuan AnhLandscape:Ngo Thi NgaCountry:VietnamMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Hoang LeRecommended ProductsCorporate ApplicationsMenuInterior Furniture – Vasakronan Arenan and HQMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsText description provided by the architects. NDT HH Home is located in a densely populated area in Bac Ninh. The project has an area of 76m2 (6.3m x 12m) and the main façade is north. This is a typical Vietnamese “Tube house” with some limitations. Firstly, the only exposed part of the house is the street façade. Secondly, the length of the plot is only 12m, which is a real challenge for the design team.Save this picture!© Hoang LeSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!© Hoang LeIn addition, we need to find a proper solution to the issues of noise, smoke, security and privacy. With such characteristics, we had to be very meticulous in approaching the project to minimize errors in the design process. The house is designed for a young couple and their 6-year-old daughter. The couple are both teachers and they want to have some rooms for their teaching job besides the private living spaces. Therefore, we have to calculate to increase the connection between residential space and teaching space. The number of floors the owner wants is 5 floors.Save this picture!© Hoang LeThe investor’s requirement is to create a harmonious living space between living and teaching. All spaces should take full advantage of natural factors such as sunshine and wind. Besides, we need to ensure the connection among the spaces and floors. Most importantly, it is to bring more trees into the building. With this project, due to its wide frontage and limited depth, the vertical approach is chosen as a proper solution. The house layout is divided into main and ancillary areas. The main functional area includes the living room, altar, bedroom, classroom and multi-function room, while the ancillary area has stairs, storage room, and toilet. Such a layout will help save space.Save this picture!© Hoang LeSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Hoang LeStaircase is arranged neatly on the left wall of the house. On the first floor, we use Stainless steel Zig Zag Staircase which we can see through to increase the connectivity in space, expanding the area of the first floor and contributing to the highlight of the living room. A space in the back of the house is located next to the staircase combined with wind brick walls to limit sunlight, ensure privacy and security for the house. Here people can feel the sun, rain, wind and trees when moving on the stairs and lobby of the floors.Save this picture!© Hoang LeFacades with balconies racing out of the floors in staggered form on vertical to create the rhythm of movement of the building and help create highlight when it is viewed from different directions. This is regarded as a buffer space to help the house avoid noise, smoke, sunlight and ensure the necessary privacy for the house. NDT HH Home is using simple but effective solutions to bring optimal living space, make the most of natural energy and solve the existing inadequacies in this type of house. Through the project, we want to convey the simple, green and energy-saving message to those around us.Save this picture!© Hoang LeProject gallerySee allShow lessWaterside House / PDP London ArchitectsSelected ProjectsUniversity Key Worker Housing / MecanooSelected Projects Share “COPY” Architects: Kiến Trúc NDT Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/938238/ndt-hh-home-kien-truc-ndt Clipboard NDT HH Home / Kiến Trúc NDTSave this projectSaveNDT HH Home / Kiến Trúc NDTSave this picture!© Hoang Le+ 38Curated by Hana Abdel Share Houses Photographs: Hoang Le Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Projects CopyAbout this officeKiến Trúc NDTOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookVietnamPublished on April 29, 2020Cite: “NDT HH Home / Kiến Trúc NDT ” 29 Apr 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Photographs: Shinkenchiku-syaDesign Team:Tamotsu Teshima, Hisako TakaiArchitects:Tamotsu Teshima Architect & AssociatesEngineering:KMCLandscape Design:Hashiuchi Landscape DesignCity:Bunkyo CityCountry:JapanMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Shinkenchiku-syaRecommended ProductsCarpetsCaneplex DesignHandmade Bamboo MatsWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesDoorsJansenDoors – Folding and SlidingText description provided by the architects. I decided to use reinforced concrete structure as the basic structure of the house and enabling the usage of the basic frame to prepare for future changes in the family.Save this picture!© Shinkenchiku-syaSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!© Shinkenchiku-syaThe floor plan has a module of 1050mm. The second floor is an open LDK space, with a butterfly-shaped roof and a top light to bring light to the northern part of the room.Save this picture!© Shinkenchiku-syaSave this picture!SectionBased on the altitude of the sun at winter and summer solstices, the shape of the top light is shaped so that direct light does not penetrate the building in summer, but penetrates easily in winter. As the seasons change, the shadows cast by the light change day by day, and one never gets tired of looking at the light.Save this picture!© Shinkenchiku-syaProject gallerySee allShow lessConcrete Jungle House / N O T ArchitectureSelected ProjectsMiǎo Miǎo Apartment / NestSpace DesignSelected Projects Share Save this picture!© Shinkenchiku-sya+ 33Curated by Hana Abdel Share CopyHouses•Bunkyo City, Japan ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/958940/house-in-koishikawa-tamotsu-teshima-architect-and-associates Clipboard “COPY” House in Koishikawa / Tamotsu Teshima Architect & AssociatesSave this projectSaveHouse in Koishikawa / Tamotsu Teshima Architect & Associates Area: 172 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Houses “COPY” Architects: Tamotsu Teshima Architect & Associates Area Area of this architecture project Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/958940/house-in-koishikawa-tamotsu-teshima-architect-and-associates Clipboard Projects 2019 CopyAbout this officeTamotsu Teshima Architect & AssociatesOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookBunkyo CityJapanPublished on March 23, 2021Cite: “House in Koishikawa / Tamotsu Teshima Architect & Associates” 22 Mar 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Five News seeking to feature 10-year-old fundraisers 24 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Volunteering About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. “If the child has an activity planned to raise money, then we’d love to come along and film it,” she added.The company are planning to film the selected children at the beginning of March.If you would like to propose such a child, no doubt with parental permission, then contact Emma Slifkin on 020 7800 2705. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 16 February 2007 | News Does your charity have any 10-year-old fundraisers who deserve recognition? Five News is planning to feature children who have “done something amazing,” and in particular those who have fundraised for a charity.Five News is planning a series of stories to celebrate the TV channel’s 10th birthday. They are planning to feature 10-year-old children who have “done something amazing”, and in particular are looking for 10-year-olds who have spent a lot of time raising money for children.“We’d love to met with them and their family, to talk about what inspired them” said Emma Slifkin of Five News. “Perhaps they or a loved one have been touched by a particular disease, or maybe they just want to help the charity. Advertisement
vmargineanu/iStockBy JON HAWORTH, ABC News (NEW YORK) — A woman is lucky to be alive after a cop shot and killed a pit bull in the middle of a violent mauling that left her with serious injuries to her leg and neck.The incident occurred on Oct. 20 at approximately 4:30 p.m. in Enfield, Connecticut, when a police officer was responding to a report of a large dog attack nearby, according to the Enfield Police Department.The officer, who responded on foot to the call, immediately found a woman being attacked by a pit bull and noticed that she had sustained severe lacerations and tissue damage to her foot, which the animal was still clinging onto in the attack.“The dog’s owners were able to briefly stop the dog from attacking the woman by pouring hot water on it,” the Enfield Police Department said in a statement released on social media. “The dog then lunged toward the woman’s neck area, bit her, and began to pull her back into the front yard of the property from the sidewalk.”To avoid any further injuries to the woman, the Enfield Police Department said the officer “dispatched the dog.” Police did not say whether the dog was on a leash.“The Enfield Police Department wishes to stress that action such as this is taken only under extraordinary circumstances,” authorities said in a statement regarding the incident. “This outcome, while unfortunate, appears to have been unavoidable from any further harm or additional injury.”The woman involved in the attack was immediately treated by EMS personnel who responded to the scene to provide her with medical care. Her current condition and the severity of her injuries is unknown.A supervisory review and investigation of this incident remains ongoing.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Comments are closed. This week’s news in briefOn 4 Jul 2006 in Personnel Today Additional contributionsSix out of 10 UK employers have made ‘special’ additional pension contributions to help plug their scheme deficits in the past year, research has revealed. The main reason for extra contributions, cited by 30% of the FTSE 100 companies surveyed, was to cover shortfalls in their pension schemes. www.personneltoday.com/36091.articleGloomy health service staffHealth service workers are the gloomiest in the public sector, according to the findings of a bi-annual survey of 1,000 workers by Mori and the Work Foundation. Less than half of health service workers (48%) believe that ‘senior management have a clear vision of where the organisation is going’. By contrast, 67% of people who work in the education sector agree with the statement. www.personneltoday.com/36084.articleManaging the workforceBuilding and home improvement retail group Travis Perkins hopes to cut costs and boost productivity with the implementation of a new workforce management system for its 15,000 UK staff. The company, which has more than 800 Travis Perkins outlets and 178 Wickes stores, has signed a contract with WorkPlace Systems for the use of the supplier’s labour budgeting, forecasting, scheduling, and time and attendance software modules. www.personneltoday.com/36085.article Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.