(REUTERS)-Kevin Durant scored 33 points and the visiting Golden State Warriors held on to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 113-105 in Game 4 of the Western Conference first-round series on Sunday afternoon.After winning both games in Los Angeles, the Warriors own a 3-1 series lead heading to Game 5 on Wednesday night in Oakland, Calif.Klay Thompson scored 27 of his 32 points in the first half for the Warriors. Stephen Curry shot 3-for-14, including 1-for-9 from 3-point range, finishing with 12 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored a season-high 25 points for the Clippers.Danilo Gallinari scored 16 after a scoreless first quarter, Patrick Beverley had 12 points and a team-high 10 rebounds, and Lou Williams scored 12 off the bench for Los Angeles.The Warriors received strong contributions off the bench from Andre Iguodala, Alfonzo McKinnie and Shaun Livingston in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter, helping expand a three-point lead to 100-91 with 7:05 left in the game.Curry checked back in with 5:50 remaining and Golden State leading by six points, and the Clippers never got any closer.The Clippers had taken their biggest lead of the series at 82-77 on a fast-break dunk by Montrezl Harrell with 3:57 left in the third quarter, but the Warriors outscored Los Angeles 10-2 the remainder of the quarter to take an 87-84 lead into the fourth.Curry made his first basket of the game on driving layup to stretch the lead to 46-40 with 5:59 left in first half. The Warriors stretched lead back to 10 on two occasions in the second quarter beforeDurant’s four-point play with 2.5 seconds left in the half made it 62-54 at the break.Gilgeous-Alexander scored 14 of the first 20 points for the Clippers, and Thompson made his first seven field-goal attempts and scored 17 of the first 28 points for Golden State.The Warriors scored the final 12 points of first quarter to take a 32-22 lead into second.Golden State has led by at least eight points after the first quarter in every game of the series.
There were no changes for the Vitality Roses at the start of the second quarter, as they added two quickfire goals to their belt..The She Cranes demonstrated good vision to retain possession following a centre pass but momentum shifted back to the Roses as Clarke – the Roses’ most-capped player – continued to show her experience and talent to win the ball back. The teams assembled before the action. PHOTOS @charltonpe & @EchoArena Match 1 – England 50 Uganda 46 Match 2 – November 30, London Match 3 – December 2, LondonLiverpool, UK | THE INDEPENDENT | The Vitality Roses beat Uganda 50-46 to take the opening match of the Vitality Netball International Series as they played on home soil for the first time since being crowned Commonwealth Games champions. “It was a closely-fought and physical affair against the She Cranes,” reports englandnetball.co.uk.The Vitality Roses had last faced Uganda on their way to winning gold in April, and England were mentally strong and tenacious in seeing off a Ugandan fightback.Tracey Neville named five gold medallists in England’s starting seven with the Vitality Roses proudly wearing their new Nike kit for the first time.After a warm reception from the home fans, England captain Serena Guthrie took the first centre pass for the Vitality Roses.Natalie Haythornthwaite picked out Rachel Dunn, who linked up nicely with Guthrie to edge closer to the post, before opening the scoring. The She Cranes responded in kind immediately though, drawing level at 1-1.It continued to go goal-for-goal in the opening stages with both Helen Housby and Uganda’s captain, Peace Proscovia, on target.The She Cranes kept possession well and patiently worked the ball through court time and time again. Eboni Usoro-Brown read the game perfectly though to win the ball back and set the Vitality Roses on the attack with Housby putting England 7-4 in front.The Vitality Roses continued to press Uganda and had established a five-goal lead midway through the opening quarter.Housby displayed her aerial ability to pick off a lofted cross-court Ugandan pass with the Vitality Roses transitioning quickly through court and Dunn rewarding her teammate’s efforts.As both teams gave it their all, Layla Guscoth was involved in a collision but quickly got back to her feet and was replaced by Jodie Gibson.A strong first quarter left the Roses leading 15-8. Excellent team work between Guthrie and Dunn meant the Roses continued to stretch their lead to 30-21 at half time.Neville made a change at the break with Guscoth coming back on as GD and Gibson moving to WD.Uganda started the third quarter brightly, scoring four unanswered goals before George Fisher, brought on at GS in place of Dunn, had an immediate impact with a number of goals in quick succession.The Roses piled on the pressure against the She Cranes with Fisher extending England’s lead to eight.The world number two worked tirelessly and went into the final quarter with the score at 38-31.There were morechanges for the Vitality Roses as the final quarter started with Haythornthwaite moving to GA, Housby taking the GS bib, Sasha Corbin coming on at WA and Clarke returning to WD.It was a close affair most of the game, Uganda vs England. PHOTOS PHOTOS @charltonpe &@EchoArenaUganda opened up the final quarter with first centre-pass and a goal, making the score 38-32.The She Cranes continued to keep plugging away at the gap and were back on level terms – 43-all – midway through the final 15.But the Roses kept their cool and benefited from an overcooked pass, as well as the fantastic support from the home fans, to end the first match of the Vitality International Netball Series with a 50-46 win.The Vitality Roses will go head-to-head with Uganda again on 30th November and 2nd December at the Copper Box Arena in London, as part of the highly anticipated three-match series.Prior to the Vitality Netball International Series opener, Roses A put in a strong performance to beat Scotland 63-33 in the battle of the home nations.England’s starting7 – Dunn (GS), Housby (GA), Haythornthwaite (WA), Guthrie (C), Clarke (WD), Guscoth (GD), Usoro-Brown (GK)Uganda’s starting7 – Proscovia (GS), Nanyonga (GA), Meme (WA), Nakachwa (C), Namuwaya (WD), Ajio (GD), Oyella (GK)******SOURCE: englandnetball.co.ukShare on: WhatsApp
Bengal pacer Ashok Dinda rose to the occasion when it mattered the most as his five-wicket haul ensured a 43-run win over Railways in a Ranji Trophy Group A league encounter in Dharamsala on Sunday.Needing 119 runs on the final day with five wickets in hand to reach a victory target of 315, Railways could manage 271 in 93.2 overs largely due to Dinda’ s 5/67.Bengal are now firmly on course for a knockout berth with 15 points in their kitty with two outright wins and three points by virtue of first innings lead in a drawn match.En-route his 20th five-wicket haul in first class cricket, Dinda also completed a match haul of 10 wickets (10/112) having taken 5/45 in first innings.It was a tricky final day as Mahesh Rawat (34) and skipper Karn Sharma (54 not out) came out to bat.The score was 186 for five and the second new ball was just an over old. Using the conditions and his ability to hit the deck hard to perfection, Dinda employed a fuller length which did the trick.First to go was Rawat who got a delivery that caught him plumb in-front. Once the 54-run stand came to an end, the floodgates opened as Dinda demolished the lower half in an unchanged 6.2 over spell.While Karn chanced his arm at the other end, there was no support for him. Amit Mishra (5) edged an away going delivery to skipper Manoj Tiwary in the slips. Dipak Bansal (1) nicked one to Wriddhiman Saha.Anureet Singh (10) and Karan Thakur (1) were then cleaned up as it turned out to be a perfect match for Bengal pace trio led by Dinda. Youngsters Amit Kuila and Sayan Ghosh got five wickets apiece as the three pacers bagged all 20 wickets in the match.advertisement
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are real estate transactions in Wilmington during the week of July 22, 2018:Address: 23-R Boutwell StreetPrice: $799,900Buyer: Thomas D. Poeck & Arlene C. PoeckSeller: Debra A. Goldberg, Trustee for Golden RTDate: 7/26/18Use: Res. UDv LandLot Size: 27,878 sfAddress: 3 Brattle StreetPrice: $440,000Buyer: Mark JakubowiczSeller: Joanne M. Stafford & Scott D. StaffordDate: 7/26/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 7,405 sfAddress: 404 Chestnut StreetPrice: $639,900Buyer: Jonathan M. Grau & Alexis S. GrauSeller: Michael McCool, Trustee for 404 Chestnut Street RTDate: 7/27/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 22,651 sfAddress: 8 Drury LanePrice: $520,000Buyer: Carl R. Jenkins & Candace HankardSeller: Lindsay M. Redin & Jason Abou-ZakiDate: 7/27/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 17,424 sfAddress: 19 Evans DrivePrice: $545,000Buyer: Sean W. Condon & Diana M. CondonSeller: Laurence C. Gormley Sr. & Nancy L. GormleyDate: 7/23/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 22,651 sfAddress: 17 Hobson AvenuePrice: $445,000Buyer: Catherine J. MaiellaSeller: Matthew R. Leahy & Lindsay C. LeahyDate: 7/27/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 7,841 sfAddress: 6 King StreetPrice: $705,000Buyer: Dawson J. MertzSeller: Richard J. Wills & Catherine S. WillsDate: 7/24/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 17,860 sfAddress: 8 Serenoa LanePrice: $730,000Buyer: Richard J. Wills & Catherine S. WillsSeller: Richard C. Lyford, Trustee for Serenoa Lane RTDate: 7/25/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 24,829 sfAddress: 288 Shawsheen AvenuePrice: $451,900Buyer: Shannen M. Gleason & Kyle A. YostSeller: Lisa K. NyeDate: 7/26/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 29,621 sfAddress: 719 Woburn StreetPrice: $455,000Buyer: Darya B. Maslova & Richard FerrariSeller: Dylan Conn & Jamie ConnDate: 7/26/18Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 16,988 sfLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedRecent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Tuesday, August 6, 2019:#1) National Night Out At Rotary ParkNational Night Out is a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. At the Wilmington event, we have representatives from not only the WPD, but also from local, county, state, & federal law enforcement agencies on hand to speak with community members and explain each of their agency’s role.National Night Out 2019 will be held on Tuesday, August 6, 2019, from 5pm to 8pm at Rotary Park, located across the street from the Wilmington Public Safety building. We will have police & fire vehicles displays, equipment displays, demonstrations, crime prevention information, food, & bouncy houses.The following agencies are scheduled to be present:Wilmington Police DepartmentWilmington Fire DepartmentFederal Bureau of InvestigationBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, & FirearmsUnited States Postal Inspection ServiceVeteran’s Affairs PoliceFederal Reserve PoliceMassachusetts State PoliceMassachusetts Environmental PoliceReading Police DepartmentMassachusetts National Guard#2) Wilmington Board Of Health MeetingThe Wilmington Board of Health meets at 5:30pm at Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE.#3) Wilmington Planning Board MeetingThe Wilmington Planning Board meets at 7:30pm at Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE.#4) Angels In Motions MeetingAngels In Motion meets every Tuesday, from 9:30am to 2:30pm at the Wilmington Knights of Columbus Hall (112 Middlesex Avenue). The club provides a great opportunity for seniors to meet new friends or reacquaint with old ones. A luncheon is served as noon. Free. Handicapped accessible.#5) Art After Dark At Wilmington LibraryThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is hosting Zodiac Cross Stitch at 6:30pm. Weave the stars together with this zodiac cross-stitch craft! Create your own zodiac sign in a 3″ hoop. All skill levels welcome, all supplies provided. Grades 6-12. Register HERE.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedREMINDER: What To Expect At TONIGHT’S Wilmington Police’s National Night OutIn “Police Log”What To Expect At Wilmington Police’s National Night Out On August 6In “Community”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Monday, August 12, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”
A student of Dhaka University’s political science department has been suffering from dengue for last 10 days. He is being treated at the university’s medical centre. Photo: Prothom AloThe authorities of Dhaka University have shut down dengue fever detection activities following a shortage of kits.On the other hand, eight more students were diagnosed with the mosquito-transmitted virus dengue taking the toll to so far 21 on the second day (Thursday) of the dengue test, making a huge outcry among the student communities on the campus.The university’s chief medical officer (CMO) Sarwar Jahan said that the Dhaka University jointly with Bangladesh Association of Clinical Biochemists had begun the initiative of detecting dengue patients.The physicians at the university medical centre, he added, identified 13 dengue patients among 168 students on the first day (Wednesday) of the test while eight more were diagnosed on Thursday.“The dengue test activities were shut down for weekend (Friday and Saturday). The activities will remain closed for Monday as well due to a shortage of test kits,” Sarwar Jahan added.The associate organisation has said that they are out of kits, said Sarwar adding, “When contacted, the government departments concerned also said no kits would be available before 6 August.”Earlier on 26 July, Dhaka University’s finance department student Firoz Kabir died of dengue fever that panicked the entire student community on the campus.Following the outcry, the authorities decided to test dengue among the university students.
People protest outside a hospital as Liberia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf visits the area after Ebola deaths in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday, June 17, 2014. Seven people believed to have the Ebola virus have died in recent days in the first deaths reported in the Liberian capital since the outbreak began, a health official said Tuesday.RABAT, Morocco (AP) — The international medical organization Doctors Without Borders sounded the alarm Monday over the outbreak of the Ebola disease in West Africa as some 20 new deaths have been reported.In its own statement Monday, the World Health Organization said that the latest figures show 567 cases with 350 deaths in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Last week the organization reported more than 330 deaths.Most of the deaths, 267 of them, are in Guinea, but with Sierra Leone reporting 39 new cases and eight deaths between June 15 and 17, growth there appears to be faster, according to the organization’s figures.The World Health Organization said it is working with local governments to provide the necessary expertise and is planning a regional meeting in Ghana on July 2.But Doctors Without Borders, known by its French initials MSF, said that the outbreak will require a “massive deployment of resources” by governments and aid agencies to bring it under control.The organization, which earlier said the outbreak was out of control, said it is stretched to the limit and is having trouble responding to an epidemic that is breaking out in more than 60 locations across three countries.Empty hospital beds are seen at Redemption hospital after nurses and patients fled the hospital due to Ebola deaths in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday, June 17, 2014. Seven people believed to have the Ebola virus have died in recent days in the first deaths reported in the Liberian capital since the outbreak began, a health official said Tuesday.“We have reached our limits,” said Dr. Bart Janssens, MSF director of operations. “Despite the human resources and equipment deployed by MSF in the three affected countries, we are no longer able to send teams to the new outbreak sites.”This Ebola outbreak is the most deadly ever. The virus has no cure and causes internal bleeding and organ failure, spreading through direct contact with infected people. Containing an outbreak focuses on supportive care for the ill and isolating them to limit the spread of the virus.Medical facilities in these countries, some of the poorest in the world, are struggling to deal with the outbreak as well as educate populations unfamiliar with how to prevent the disease from spreading.The current outbreak, which began in Guinea either late last year or early this year, had appeared to slow before picking up pace again in recent weeks, spreading to the capital of neighboring Liberia for the first time.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019 Share Posted by VISIT FLORIDA appoints first-ever female President and CEO Tags: Promotions, VISIT FLORIDA Travelweek Group Young’s predecessor, Ken Lawson, left his role as CEO to take over the reins of the state’s Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), as reported in December 2018. Lawson’s appointment in Jan. 2017 came after the resignation of three Visit Florida executives in the wake of the Pitbull scandal, which resulted in outgoing Governor Rick Scott calling for the resignation of Lawson’s predecessor, Will Seccombe. TALLAHASSEE, FL — For the first time ever, VISIT FLORIDA has a female President and CEO in charge following a unanimous vote of its Board of Directors.Dana Young, a sixth-generation Floridian, will assume her new role on Jan. 9 after serving as a senator for District 18 in Hillsborough County. Young also served in the Florida House from 2010 to 2016, rising to House Republican Leader.Governor-elect Ron DeSantis called Young an “exceptional leader” and commended her for “working tirelessly” to improve the quality of life for all Floridians.“Her leadership ability and experience make her an excellent candidate to lead VISIT FLORIDA in its mission to maximize the economic impact of travel and tourism to our state,” said DeSantis. “I look forward to working with Dana, who will be the first woman to lead VISIT FLORIDA, to strengthen our tourism industry and build on the economic success of our great state.”Young’s appointment comes at a time of record growth in tourism for Florida. According to Lino Maldonado, Chair of the VISIT FLORIDA Board of Directors, the state’s tourism industry has achieved seven consecutive years of record visitation and visitor spending, with the latest economic impact study showing that visitors spent US$112 billion and supported 1.4 million Florida jobs.More news: Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureYoung thanked DeSantis and the Board of Directors for the opportunity to lead VISIT FLORIDA, saying: “As a Floridian, with a family tradition of public service, I understand the vital importance of tourism to our state and look forward to working with industry businesses to inspire travel to Florida, stimulate the economy and create more jobs. << Previous PostNext Post >>