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first_imgSouth Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, part of Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), has received an order for two feeder containerships. The deal was inked with an undisclosed shipowner from Asia, according to Hyundai Mipo’s stock exchange filing.As informed, the contract is worth KRW 82.7 billion (USD 71.2 million).The 2,500 TEU vessel pair is expected to be delivered in the second half of 2020.Reports say that the two Sub Panamax vessels would be constructed for Korea Marine Transport Co. (KMTC).In March this year, KMTC already ordered three identical 2,500 feeders at Hyundai Mipo yard. The company will be paying USD 35 million for each of the 35,000 dwt newbuilds.To be fitted with scrubbers, the ships will feature a length of 197 meters and a width of 32.5 meters. They will be built at Ulsan Hyundai Mipo shipyard and delivered sequentially in the second half of 2020.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more


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first_imgThe AquaTrojans from EC hosted the Twisters from Oldenburg and Tigers from Lawrenceburg on Thursday night.  EC won both meets.  The scores were:  Girls.  ECHS 155, LBurg 81, OA 79.  Boys. ECHS 173, LBurg 67, OA 58.Individual winners for the AquaTrojans include: Jackson Ketcham-200 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle; Mackenzie Schantz-200 IM; Jacob Weber-200 IM, 100 Backstroke; Alex Ketcham-50 Freestyle, 100 Breaststroke; Maddie Stapleton-1 meter diving; Noah Arnold-1 meter diving; Ethen Witte-100 Butterfly; Alexis deLong-100 Freestyle, 100 Breaststroke; Lydia Weber-500 Freestyle; Cai Fox-500 Freestyle; Olivia Nixon-100 Backstroke.EC won all 6 relays.On Tuesday, EC hosts county and EIAC rival South Dearborn at 6:00pm.GO AQUATROJANS!!!!Courtesy of AquaTrojans Coach Brandon Loveless.last_img read more


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first_imgThomas Lee Ros Burns, 20, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Sunday, June 28, 2020 in Cincinnati, Ohio.He was born July 16, 1999 in Lawrenceburg, IN, son of Hobert Burns and Tara (Lee) Burns.Thomas worked for Jeff Wyler Chrysler Jeep & Dodge in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.Thomas loved to ride motorcycles and his Impala. He enjoyed country music, fishing, and working on cars. Thomas was a dog lover. He enjoyed being with his friends. He liked to help people during his life, and in his death he helped at least 8 people with organ donation.Thomas is survived by his father, Hobert (Polly) Burns of Booneville, KY; mother, Tara Burns of Lawrenceburg, IN; grandfather, David Lee of Aurora, IN; siblings, Jason (Stacy) Burns of Ross, OH, Brittany (Caleb Clapp) Burns of Ft. Wright, KY; niece Riverlyn Clapp; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, and maternal great-grandparents;  and his paternal grandparents.Friends will be received Tuesday, July 7, 2020 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.A memorial service will follow at 8:00 pm.Contributions may be made to the family to help defray expenses. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more


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first_img The pair are two of Brendan Rodgers’ four summer signings but more is expected of them than Celta Vigo forward Iago Aspas and Sevilla midfielder Luis Alberto. Mignolet has the challenge of displacing Jose Reina, the long-time first choice, even if the suspicion remains he has been brought in as a replacement for the Spain international. Mignolet said: “Everywhere you go, especially when you go to a bigger club, there’s always going to be a fight for places and definitely when you’re a goalkeeper because only one can play. But it’s a challenge. It can only make you better and make you stronger in the end.” Press Association He added: “I can just do my best, train as well as I can, and in the games that I get a chance I will show what I’m worth. “I’m not here to be sitting and resting. I’m here to come and progress, and play.” Toure’s situation is slightly different in that he was released by Manchester City after a couple of years when he struggled to hold down a first-team place. He intends to make up for that frustration with a new lease of life at Anfield. “I wanted to join Liverpool because of course I want to play more games,” he said. “At City in the last two years, I haven’t played a lot of games. Being there four years, two were very good and the last two years were much more difficult. “The competition is tough, there are some good defenders here, we all need to fight for our place – I’m willing to do that.” center_img Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet and defender Kolo Toure insist they have not signed for Liverpool to make up the numbers and intend to challenge the established order.last_img read more


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first_imghighlights Bangladesh defeated West Indies in the league games of the tri-series.This was Bangladesh’s first multi-nation tournament win.Bangladesh lost to India in the quarterfinal of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: In their 30-plus years as a cricketing nation, Bangladesh has seen plenty of lows and some highs. However, in the last five years under the captaincy of Mashrafe Mortaza and due to the contributions of players like Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim, Bangladesh has become a dangerous side capable of beating any nation on their given day. In the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, they entered the knockouts for the first time while they also secured bilateral ODI wins against India, South Africa, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. However, just before the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Bangladesh created history and gave their tournament preparations a big shot in the arm as they defeated the West Indies in the tri-series final and secured their first multi-nation trophy.Bangladesh had played consistent cricket in the tournament which also included Ireland. They had beaten the West Indies in the two league games and also defeated Ireland to top the group. In the final, Bangladesh chose to bowl in overcast conditions but it seemed Mortaza misread the conditions as the West Indies got off to a blazing start. Shai Hope blasted three fours in one over bowled by Saifuddin while Sunil Ambris took the attack to Mustafizur Rahman by hammering three fours in his first over. Hope notched up yet another fifty and raised the 100-run opening stand. Ambris also scored a fifty and the opening partnership was assuming dangerous proportions. After Hope launched Mehidy Hasan for a six, the rain came and after a two-hour interruption, the game was reduced to 24-overs-per-side. The rain-break seemed to have swung the momentum towards Bangladesh as they bowled brilliantly in the final four overs and conceded just 21 runs as West Indies ended on 152/1.Bangladesh’s target was a revised 210 in 24 overs according to the DLS method. Soumya Sarkar started off like a train by hammering three fours in two overs. West Indies did themselves no favours by dropping Tamim Iqbal on 1 and Sarkar made them pay, blasting two fours and a six off Kemar Roach. Sarkar continued to flay West Indies by walloping Shannon Gabriel for a four and a six as Bangladesh notched up the fifty in just five overs.However, West Indies fought back with Gabriel getting rid of Tamim for 18 and Sabbir Rahman for 0. Sarkar notched up his fifty off just 27 balls and continued to punish the West Indies bowlers as he scored at a strike-rate of over 200. Mushfiqur Rahim gave him good company but when Sarkar departed for 66 off 41 balls and Rahim for an attacking 36, Bangladesh was still some distance away.Mosaddek Hossain, though, had other ideas and he changed the course of the match comprehensively. After settling into a solid stand with Mahmudullah, Mosaddek blasted three sixes and a four in the 22nd over bowled by Fabian Allen as he registered a fifty off just 20 balls, the third fastest by a Bangladesh batsman in ODIs. Mahmudullah sealed the deal with a boundary. With this win, Bangladesh has shown the world that they are ready to compete in this World Cup.last_img read more


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first_imgDanny Spendlove has left Wealdstone to sign for Canvey Island.Spendlove spent three years with the Stones, making 134 appearances and scoring 17 goals.“Danny feels that the time is right for a change of club in order to recapture his form,” said Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett.AdChoices广告“He has been frustrated by his lack of playing time so far this season but is the first to admit that when opportunities have have presented themselves, he hasn’t reached the heights we all know he is capable of.“He’s a great lad who is desperate to do well and start playing with confidence and a smile on his face again.”Follow West London Sport on Twitter.last_img read more


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first_imgFulham manager Martin Jol felt his team selection against Chelsea was vindicated by the result at Stamford Bridge.Jol, who said strikers Bobby Zamora and Andrew Johnson did not feature because they were injured, used Orlando Sa as a lone striker and packed the midfield.And the Whites were rewarded for their hard work with an equaliser from Clint Dempsey, whose goal cancelled out Juan Mata’s opener and earned a 1-1 draw.AdChoices广告“Sometimes you have to take a gamble, and that is what we did,” said Jol.“Our two main strikers dropped out so we had to come up with something else. I think it paid off.“We played with two on the flanks and two offensive midfield players, and we caused them a problem in the first half.“They scored and it was a big blow but we came back . There was an urgency, we scored, and that gave us a big boost. I think we deserved a point.”Related story: Blues title challenge ‘maybe over’ AVBlast_img read more


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first_img Related Stories How well did Syracuse shoot from 3 in Atlantis? Probably even better than you thinkSyracuse limits 2nd-chance points despite rebounding disadvantageBlum: Battle 4 Atlantis title was about proving Syracuse could do itGallery: Syracuse wins Battle 4 Atlantis championship game against Texas A&MStorify: Syracuse community reacts to Battle 4 Atlantis title win over No. 25 Texas A&M Published on November 29, 2015 at 6:33 pm Contact Jesse: jcdoug01@syr.edu | @dougherty_jesse Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Syracuse’s (6-0) trying nonconference schedule rolls along this coming week, with a Wednesday date with Wisconsin and a trip to Georgetown over the weekend.The Orange won the Battle 4 Atlantis by beating No. 18 Connecticut and No. 25 Texas A&M, and put itself on the national landscape in the process. SU’s next two games aren’t as tough as they looked at the start of the season, but still could provide chances to build a tournament resume in the early season.Wisconsin (4-3) — Wednesday, 7:15 p.m., Carrier Dome (ESPN2)All-time series: Syracuse leads 2-1.Last time they played: Top-seeded Syracuse beat No. 4 seed Wisconsin, 64-63, in the Sweet 16 of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. C.J. Fair paced the Orange with 15 points, and SU eventually fell to Ohio State, 77-70, in the Elite Eight.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWisconsin report: The Badgers started the year ranked No. 17 in the preseason AP poll, and now they’re not even receiving Top 25 votes. The season started poorly when Wisconsin was upset by Western Illinois, and it’s since lost to Georgetown by 10 and No. 7 Oklahoma, 65-48, on Sunday. The Badgers are led by Bronson Koenig (16.1 points per game) and Nigel Hayes (14.9 points per game), but aren’t shooting like a typical Wisconsin team. On the season, the Badgers are shooting 30.4 percent from 3 but, like Syracuse, are fully committed to a perimeter-style offense. In its lopsided loss to the Sooners, Wisconsin shot 7-for-33 from deep with Koenig and Hayes going a combined 5-for-22. The Badgers are also not particularly big, with no rotational player taller than 6 feet, 9 inches.Statistic to know: Opponents are shooting 45.1 percent from 3 against Wisconsin according to Kenpom.com, a site that ranks 345 out of 351 Division I teams. Syracuse has been living, and thriving, beyond the arc this season and the Badgers will need to be aggressive in alert defending the perimeter on Wednesday.How Wisconsin beats Syracuse: In order to take down Syracuse — and the early season has shown that Wisconsin is an underdog in this game — the Badgers need to move the zone by quickly moving the ball. Hayes is built to beat the zone from the high post and the perimeter, and getting him touches in different spots could exploit the Orange zone in different ways. Out of the high post, Hayes can draw attention from Syracuse’s guards and distribute to shooters. And if he’s shooting well from the outside, Hayes will stretch the zone and create opportunities for the Badgers inside. The Badgers, in simple turns, will also need to shoot a lot better than they have been.On defense, Wisconsin is terrible defending the perimeter and can’t afford to give Syracuse too many open shots. Its best bet will be to close out hard and make SU go to the rim and hope that Hayes, Vitto Brown and Ethan Happ can do a serviceable job protecting the rim.Georgetown (2-3) — Saturday, 1 p.m., Verizon Center (FOX)All-time series: Syracuse leads 49-41, with the first of 90 all-time matchups coming in 1930.Last time they played: Syracuse beat Georgetown, 58-55 in overtime, in the semifinals of the 2013 Big East Tournament. The win came as revenge for the Orange after it fell twice to the Hoyas during the 2013 regular season.Georgetown report: The Hoyas were upset by Radford in two overtimes on opening night, and have since lost respectable losses to then-No. 3 Maryland (75-71) and then-No. 5 Duke (86-84). In both of those games, Georgetown couldn’t guard Maryland’s Melo Trimble or Duke’s Grayson Allen, both of whom are considered top-flight guards. When the Hoyas beat Wisconsin, 71-61, it held its starting backcourt of Koenig and Zak Showalter to a combined 16 points. Aside from D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera’s offensive struggles — he’s shooting just 28.6 from 3 and surprisingly isn’t leading the Hoyas in scoring — he and his backcourt mates have been exposed defensively by talented backcourts. To hide that, 7-foot freshman Bradley Hayes has been a decent rim protector and naturally alters shots at the rim. Guard L.J. Peak and forward Isaac Copeland are both double-figures scorers who provide mismatches at their positions.Statistic to know: According to Kenpom, Peak’s 94.4 free-throw rate is the 23rd best in the country. Free-throw rate weighs a player’s free-throw attempts against field-goal attempts to measure how many free throws he generates relative to how often he tries to score. Peak, at 6-foot-5, frequently attacks the basket and Syracuse’s bigs will need to go straight up on him to stay out of foul trouble.How Georgetown beats Syracuse: Like Wisconsin, Georgetown takes a lot of 3s and can’t let Syracuse get going in transition. The Orange is potent when on the run and the Hoyas guards and small forward need to be cognizant of that from the start of the game. Georgetown has the offensive horses to make this a tight game the whole way, and that will happen if Smith-Rivera snaps out of his shooting funk and Peak gets into the creases of the 2-3 zone. If those guys are operating as an effective one-two punch, SU will have trouble deciding whether it wants to extend or tighten its defense, which could lead to crunch-time breakdowns. Commentslast_img read more


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first_imgClass of 2020 tight end Steven Mahar has verbally committed to Syracuse, according to the three-star recruit’s Twitter page.  The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Rochester, New York native held offers from Pittsburgh, Boston College, Iowa State, and Indiana. BC, Pitt and Syracuse were Mahar’s three finalists. Mahar is listed as the No. 33 tight end in the class by 247sports.com. He’s also ranked fifth across the state of New York. Mahar caught nine passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns last fall for Aquinas Institute (New York). He also recorded 21 tackles and two sacks at defensive end, according to MaxPreps.com. The SU 2020 class is sitting at 13 following Mahar’s commitment.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange also picked up Canadian defensive back Ben Labrosse on Saturday, July 27. Mahar, a Rochester native, is the only tight end of the 13.With Ravian Pierce graduating and Gabe Horan medically disqualified, Syracuse has moved junior Chris Elmore to tight end. Mahar’s commitment could provide the Orange with an established player at the position come 2020.  Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 28, 2019 at 2:14 pm Contact Adam: adhillma@syr.edu | @_adamhillmanlast_img read more


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first_imgHe’s one of five candidates – and unsuccessfully stood against Sepp Blatter last year.The vote is next month.Prince Ali says the organisation needs to leave behind its “secretive” ways of operating.last_img