DELIGHT AS LETTERKENNY GAELS U14 GIRLS LIFT CAMOGIE SHIELD

first_imgThe victorious Letterkenny Gaels team after their terrific win.Letterkenny Gaels U-14 Camogie squad claimed the Donegal U-14 Shield with a comprehensive win over Four Masters in Tir Conaill Park tonight (FRI).The first half opened with points from Caoimhe Doherty and Eimear Quinn before goals from Eimear and Aoife Doherty.The half time score was 3.06 – 0.00 in favour of the visitors. The Glebe girls opened the second half with very impressive play from Anna McHugh and Clodagh Sweeney in midfield.Eimear Ui Baoghil put in a fine display of blocking and tackling at half forward and more goals came from Ornaith Ui Fhearghail and Eimear Ui Baoghil. In the end the Gaels girls ran out convincing winners.The full Gaels squad were all outstanding on the night showing outstanding Camogie skills and great determination.They demonstrated team work, support and communication across the pitch. It was a great team display and reward for all the hard work in training with coach Ann Marie Gibbons and Aideen Quinn for her continued development of Camogie within the club.The shield was presented by Donegal Camogie Treasurer, Shirley Doherty to joint Letterkenny Gaels captains Caoimhe Doherty & Eimear Quinn. Squad members – Caoimhe Doherty, Zoe Lynch, Hannah Kilfeather, Eimear Ui Baoghil, Helen Johnston, Aoife Doherty, Eimear Quinn, Ciara Murray, Clodagh Sweeney, Anna McHugh, Ornaith Ui Fhearghail, Mary Tease.DELIGHT AS LETTERKENNY GAELS U14 GIRLS LIFT CAMOGIE SHIELD was last modified: July 24th, 2015 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more

A helping hand for our youth

first_imgPastor Babongile Moto has dedicated her time and energy to helping youth in Port Elizabeth fulfil their potential and overcome some of the challenges they face. It is this selflessness that earned her a seat among our Play Your Part ambassadors.Pastor Babongile Moto, founder of the Changing Young Star’s World faith-based organisation, joins our group of Play Your Pat ambassadors. (Image: Babongile Moto, via Facebook)Play Your Part ReporterWith a strong passion for helping young people to grow on many levels, it is no surprise that Pastor Babongile Moto has been selected to join an already impressive line-up of Play Your Part ambassadors.Moto discovered her passion for helping people during her six-year stint as a member of the Bisho Community Church Youth Ministry, where she got the opportunity to help members of her church and community.While studying for her BCom degree in business management at the University of Fort Hare, Moto became the first female chairperson of the university’s Student Christian Organisation. During her time there, she pioneered a number of youth development programmes.In recognition of her achievements both academically and as part of the student organisation, Moto received a scholarship to study for a diploma in theology in the United Kingdom.On her return, armed with her degree and diploma as well as a wealth of knowledge and experience, Moto set in motion her plans to have a positive effect on the lives of even more people.Changing their worldWith the help of her colleagues from the Student Christian Organisation, she set up the Changing Young Star’s World organisation (CYSW).She says the aim of the organisation is to “holistically develop young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, starting with their spiritual wellbeing and permeating through to each gift, talent and acquired skill.“We believe that nothing is impossible, thus we seek to help young people in finding a way out of their current adverse situations to full progression in life.”CYSW has four programmes, each aimed at addressing different issues that Moto and her colleagues have identified as areas of concern.These programmes are:The Give a Child a Future Project, aimed at supporting learners to access better schools and tertiary education institutions.The Youth Mentorship Programme, which looks at developing the life skills of high school learners.The CYSW Community Development Project, which offers spiritual and social support to a number of communities in and around Kwamagxaki in Port Elizabeth.The Kingdom Advancement Network, which develops young people who show a passion for preaching, praise singing and counselling.Moto says that by focusing on these four areas she hopes that the organisation can make an ongoing difference in the lives of the youth with whom it works.Like all our ambassadors, Moto actively plays a part in making South Africa a better place for us all. She is a great example of how active citizenship can help us overcome the challenges we face as a country.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa materiallast_img read more

SANBio empowering female owned bio-businesses

first_imgSANBio empowering female owned bio-businessesThis year, International Women’s Day shared a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity under the campaign theme #PressforProgress. There is a strong call to #PressforProgress motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive.This has since seen organisations such as the Southern Africa Network for Biosciences (SANBio) have in place programmes that are gender inclusive. They look for ambitious female leaders in bioscience-based businesses want to grow their business through acceleration programmes, and gain regional exposure and access to international markets.SANBio is a shared biosciences research, development and innovation platform for working collaboratively, to address some of Southern Africa’s key biosciences issues in health, nutrition and health-related intervention areas such as agriculture and environment.With support from the BioFISA II programme, SANBio has implemented a second round of FemBioBiz Acceleration Programme, aimed at supporting women in biosciences. The Programme was created to develop leadership, technological and business skills in female-owned businesses in the SADC region.Although sub-Saharan Africa has not been famous for its status as a leader in female inclusion within the economic sector, African women are surprisingly beating the odds and defying the obstacles in the field of entrepreneurship in the region.Entrepreneurs characteristically have ambition, determination and a flair for original ideas. However, many lack the business expertise required to develop these into commercially viable ventures.“This programme creates a platform for peer learning and will empower women to lead in health and nutrition through science and technology”, says Zvikomborero Tangawamira, BioFISA II programme manager.For more information on deadlines, timelines, conditions of entry, and submission details, please visit the FemBioBiz Season 2 page.last_img read more

Ohio FFA members well represented at National Convention

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest As usual, Ohio FFA will be well represented at the 2017 National FFA Convention. Here is a list of Ohio participants to watch for this week in Indianapolis.American FFA Degrees – 397                                                         American Star in Agribusiness Finalist – Shaun Wenrick, Anna American Star in Agriscience Finalist – Chrysta Beck, Pettisville National Officer Candidate – Mary Buehler, Anna Honorary American DegreesLeah Amstutz, ColumbusKaren Cooley, WilliamsfieldAndrew Muntz, Columbus National Proficiency Award FinalistsAgricultural Communications – Kolt Buchenroth, Kenton-OHPAgricultural Mechanics Design and Fabrication – Maci Krites, Miami East-MVCTCAgricultural Mechanics Repair and Maintenance-Entrepreneurship – Aaron Hendrich, Eaton-MVCTCAgricultural Sales-Entrepreneurship – Katie Bendickson, Miami East-MVCTCAgricultural Sales-Placement – Sierra Drewes, New BremenAgriscience Research Plant – Jacob Dennis, PettisvilleBeef Production-Placement – Clinton Liming, Felicity-FranklinDairy Production-Placement – Clair Schmitmeyer, VersaillesDiversified Agricultural Production – Nole Gerfen, Ridgemont Diversified Crop Production-Placement – Michael Klein, West HolmesDiversified Horticulture – Nathan Stacklin, RidgemontDiversified Livestock – Adam Blumenschein, FairbanksEnvironmental Science and Natural Resources Management – Collin Brinkman, FayettevilleEquine Science-Placement – Juanita Miller, West HolmesFiber and/or Oil Crop Production – Reed Aller, St. MarysFood Science and Technology – Ann Marie Shelby, Zane TraceForage Production – Keaton Fout, RidgemontForest Management and Products – Isaac Stephenson, Houston-UVCCGrain Production-Entrepreneurship – Todd Peterson, Miami TraceHome and/or Community Development – Alex Baird, Felicity-FranklinSpecialty Crop Production – Alyssa Westgerdes, Miami East-MVCTCSwine Production-Entrepreneurship – Collin Dunaway, Felicity-FranklinTurf Grass Management – Jason Jenkins, West HolmesVegetable Production – Andrew Harshbarger, VersaillesVeterinary Science – Kayla Bruns, Versailles National Chapter Award-Models of Excellence FinalistsOtsegoNational Chapter Award-Premier Chapter FinalistsGrowing Leaders –Ridgemont Building Communities – Ridgemont Two-Star Chapters – Amanda-Clearcreek, Anna, Black River, Cardington, Cedarville-GCCC, Clear Fork, Covington-UVCC, Crestview, Eaton-MVCTC, Elgin, Kenton-OHP, Mowrystown, National Trail-MVCTC, North Union, Peebles, Talawanda-Butler Tech, Upper Sandusky, Wauseon, Zane Trace  Three-Star Chapters – Bowling Green, Felicity-Franklin, Firelands, Houston-UVCC, London, Lynchburg-Clay, Miami East-MVCTC, Miami Trace, New Bremen, Otsego, Ridgemont, South Central, VersaillesNational Agriscience Fair FinalistsAnimal Systems Division 3 – Allison Sanders, Global ImpactAnimal Systems Division 4 – Genevieve Tautkus and Malia Jones, JohnstownAnimal Systems Division 5 – Gretchen Lee, PettisvilleAnimal Systems Division 6 – Piper Lewis and Mackenzie Lowery, WestfallEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 1 – Matthew Pack, LoudonvilleEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 2 – Macyn Hall and Madalyn Woodall, Felicity-FranklinEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 4 – Kylie Blair and Jessica Gillum, Miami East-MVCTCEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 5 – Jordan Skates, PettisvilleEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 6 – Allison Rapp and Sarah Harner, Xenia-GCCCFood Products and Processing Systems Division 1 – Macey Donovan, Felicity-FranklinFood Products and Processing Systems Division 2 – Kiersten Chandler and Sara Doane, Felicity-FranklinFood Products and Processing Systems Division 4 – Katie Shelby and Gabby Wycinski, Zane TraceFood Products and Processing Systems Division 5 – Erin Jennings, Felicity-FranklinFood Products and Processing Systems Division 6 – Grant Lach and Grace Lach, Bloom CarrollPlant Systems Division 2 – Landen Tull and Madison Jenkins, Felicity-FranklinPlant Systems Division 3 – Kayla Wyse, PettisvillePlant Systems Division 6 – Tayler Gage and Diamon Carder, Edgewood-Butler TechPower, Structural and Technical Systems Division 1 – Grant Portz, LoudonvillePower, Structural and Technical Systems Division 2 – Ellie Sharp and Natalie Brueggemann, Felicity-FranklinPower, Structural and Technical Systems Division 3 – Trina Orr, UticaPower, Structural and Technical Systems Division 4 – Jared Hamilton and Joseph Glassmeyer, Felicity-FranklinPower, Structural and Technical Systems Division 6 – Brenden Bayes and Jared Minor, WestfallSocial Science Division 3 – Loryn Wright, AyersvilleSocial Science Division 4 – Paige Miller and Kennedy Shartzer, Anthony WayneSocial Science Division 6 – Olivia Pflaumer and Julie Everidge, Zane Trace Career Development EventsTBD after convention National Band ParticipantsSeth Taylor-Clyde, Katherine Tilford-Talawanda Butler Tech, Jamie Walter-Liberty Union National Chorus ParticipantsShay Bolton-Parkway, Katelyne Crouch-Pymatuning Valley, Seth Feikert-Triway, Cheyenne Gillett-National Trail MVCTC National Talent ParticipantsGarrett Allen-Ohio Valley, Chase Cummings-Waynesfield Goshenlast_img read more

The Video Producer’s Secret Weapon: the Shot List

first_imgEvery professional video production relies on a shot list. Here’s why you should too.Cover image via Shutterstock.Years ago, when I first started directing, I remember being annoyed by assistant directors and producers who wanted to see a shot list. I thought, Isn’t what we’re going to shoot obvious from our storyboards? I was so wrong, because it isn’t obvious.Storyboards are visual guides that help everyone plan, in a general way, the work they’re responsible for. In prep, storyboards are very useful for designing expensive action and VFX sequences — the studio wants to see what they’re paying for, after all. And storyboards are useful during preliminary budgeting and scheduling. Storyboards can form the basis for a shot list, but they are not a substitute for one.In live-action production, you can rarely edit a set of storyboards together and tell a compelling — or even cohesive — story. As the director, you have a number of shots in mind that will bridge or expand on a single illustration. It’s these shots that you need to write down and share with your colleagues. Remember, film and video production is collaborative, and your team members are there to help you realize your vision. But they can’t do this if you don’t share it with them.Shot lists help you plan the day. Each shot takes a certain amount of time, and if you have thirty-five of them in your head, you better let the AD know so they can help organize and budget the time to pull everything off. Then the DP deserves a look because there might be something on the list that doesn’t quite fit the photographic plan. When you prioritize your shots, everyone understands what’s most important to you. As you may know, things can and do get crazy on a shoot. Unforeseen weather or equipment issues can derail your train of thought, so keeping a list will remind everyone what remains to be shot — or re-thought, given the remaining daylight.On a TV show, there isn’t enough prep time to draw storyboards. Shot lists become even more important because there are multiple directors in a season, and their shot lists give everyone a sense of their organizational skills and visual appetites.Finally, being the director means that someone has entrusted you with a tremendous amount of responsibility, both creative and financial. Thorough preparation is the hallmark of a successful director. A detailed shot list informs everyone that you have thought a scene through and that this list represents the minimum amount of coverage you require to cut the scene together creatively. Chances are, your knowledge of the coverage will expedite the process and, in the end, buy you extra time for additional shots that will make the day and the scene even better.Production images courtesy of the author.Do shot lists improve your productions? Let us know in the comments.last_img read more

Unseeded Filipina Alex Eala rules tennis tilt in France

first_imgKammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa View comments Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises Pumaren gets the win over former player Pasaol in PBA D-League Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Smash hit? Tesla suffers broken glass mishap at launch of new truck PLAY LIST 01:08Smash hit? Tesla suffers broken glass mishap at launch of new truck02:37Even in death, Uighurs feel long reach of Chinese state00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Playing fantastic form, Alex Eala has made a name in the international tennis scene.The unseeded Filipina ruled the Les Petits As-Le Mondial Lacoste in Tarbes, France by capturing the girls singles title at the expense of Czech tennis wonder Linda Noskova in a 5-7, 6-3, 7-6 (5) cliffhanger.ADVERTISEMENT 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting LATEST STORIES Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH MOST READ NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Noskova, the seventh seed who took out top seeded Russian Diana Schnaider in the quarterfinals, seized the tight first set before Eala, the top singles player in the under-14 age bracket based on the Asian Tennis Federation rankings, struck back and evened up matters.With match going down the wire, the 12-year-old Eala cashed in on a Noskova error to close out her rival and write history as the 36th girls champion of the celebrated tournament.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutEala, a wildcard recipient and part of 2017 Tennis Europe Junior Tour Doubles Team of the year, defeated Belgian qualifier Sofia Costoulas in the preliminaries before beating unseeded Japanese Kyoka Kubo and Hungarian 13th seed Katerina Dimitrova to set up the finale against Noskova.Eala said she would be ready in time for the grand slam juniors in May.“I need to build my ITF ranking to qualify for the grand slams,” said Eala. John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Read Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMClast_img read more

Ronaldo: Cristiano and Neymar would work at Madrid

first_imgTransfers Ronaldo: Cristiano and Neymar would be good together at Madrid Dejan Kalinic 11:36 5/25/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(2) RonaldoNeymar - Cropped Getty Images Transfers Real Madrid PSG Ligue 1 Primera División Neymar Cristiano Ronaldo The two stars could coexist at the Santiago Bernabeu, according to the legendary Brazilian striker Former Real Madrid striker Ronaldo believes Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar could star together for the La Liga giants.Goal has reported that Neymar, 26, is desperate to move to Madrid from Paris Saint-Germain after just one season with the Ligue 1 champions.That would see him combine with Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, who has enjoyed nine incredible seasons at the club. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Asked if the pair could perform well together, Brazil great Ronaldo said: “Cristiano and Neymar are compatible, of course.”They are two good players, better together than separated.”If Neymar decides at some point that he wants to leave, Real Madrid will have to be careful to bring him in.”Neymar – who starred for Barcelona before his world-record switch to PSG – has also been linked to Manchester United.last_img read more