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first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados (WICB):History will be created in the Caribbean when all 10 matches in the upcoming Tri-Nation one-day international series will be day/night matches. This is the first time all matches in a series will be contested under lights.The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced yesterday that the games, featuring West Indies, South Africa and Australia, will start at 1 p.m. The first innings will be played in daylight from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the second half will be played from 5:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.The Tri Series starts in at the Guyana National Stadium (June 3-7), then moves to Warner Park, St Kitts (June 11-15) and concludes at Kensington Oval, Barbados (June 19-26).Roland Holder, the WICB’s cricket operations manager, outlined: “This is a major series with three very attractive teams featuring some of the world’s best players. They are accustomed to playing under lights all over the world so we look forward to some very entertaining cricket.”We looked at ways to enhance the appeal and the spectator experience and it is accepted that fans like the day/night matches. I’m sure we will have a win-win situation for players and fans and everyone will enjoy the afternoon start and the finish under lights.”last_img read more

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first_imgLiberia is considered the worst hit since the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the Mano River Union basin with over 2000 confirmed, probable and suspected deaths, but not all of these deaths are Ebola related, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has clarified.The Liberian leader stressed recently that the country’s death rate has reflected high numbers because people who died from other illnesses due to the initial impact on the regular healthcare system have been recorded as Ebola victims due to the circumstances of their deaths.She, however, indicated that requisite systems are now in place to remedy the situation by making sure that basic regular health services around the country are restored.President Sirleaf made the assertion when she spoke at the launch of Youth Action International Coalition against Ebola in Monrovia last Thursday.She admitted that the start of the fight against the Ebola virus disease was rocky and difficult, due to the strange nature of the virus, limited capacity, and the lack of initial tools for healthcare workers who are the front liners in the fight.   But she pointed out that the fight is now well on course.President Sirleaf said  attitude and behavioral change are cardinal to breaking the transmission chain and ending the further spread of the deadly disease in Liberia.She reminded the young people that attitude, behavior, as well as cultural and traditional values remain major challenges to efforts aimed at eradicating the virus from Liberia. She called on members of the coalition against Ebola to go all out and reach to communities and neighborhoods across the country with simplified messages of sensitization and awareness that will help change people’s behavior towards the deadly virus.“We can do all to bring in international help as the case is now. We can build Ebola Treatment Units across the country, establish testing centers, bring in all the medication and personal protective equipment, but if the behavior of Liberians is not changed, the virus will continue to spread,” she warned.“We must follow the preventive instructions from health authorities to save ourselves and our country,” the Liberian leader emphasized.She pointed out that government is giving and will continue to give the deserved attention to ensure that the virus is eradicated from Liberia.She lauded the efforts of heroes such as Montserrado District No. 13 Representative Saah Joseph, Dr. Jerry Brown and his team of the ELWA-2 Ebola Treatment Center, as well as all healthcare workers involved in the fight for their sacrificial services to the nation.The Liberian leader thanked the Youth Action International Executive Director, Dr. Kimmie Weeks, and the young people for the initiative and promised that with all hands on deck, Ebola will soon be history in Liberia.She rejected projections from international organizations that over one million persons across West Africa will die by January, adding that steps are being taken to reverse these pessimistic projections.Speaking earlier, Montserrado County Representatives Acarous Gray and Saah Joseph, Christian Health Association of Liberia (CHAL) head, Patricia Kamara, representatives of the UN Children’s Agency (UNICEF) and the U. S. Embassy in Monrovia thanked the coalition of young people for the initiative. They joined President Sirleaf in expressing the hope that the virus will soon be history in Liberia. They committed themselves  to standing with the government and the young people to eradicate the virus from Liberia.For his part, Youth Action International Executive Director, Dr. Kimmie Weeks,  pointed out that the undertaking was not a Youth Action International Initiative, but that of  different youth organizations that have been assembled under the guidance of his organization.He indicated that he made a personal commitment not to leave Liberia until the Ebola virus disease is contained and eradicated from our shores.Dr. Weeks pointed out that all member organizations of the coalition, numbering over 75 with over 6,000 youths, are already working on Ebola-related programs in various communities around the country. The goal, he indicated, is for all people to know how to protect themselves from the Ebola virus disease and thereby break the chain of transmission.“Young people are most times efficient, but often get limited with no support. The international community and the government must ensure the empowerment of youth-based organizations that are committed to playing critical roles in the fight against the further spread and eradication of the virus,” Dr. Weeks urged.He admitted that the Ebola battle is a fight for life and survival and that all must be done to the end the devastation of the country by this disease.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgResults from last night’s greyhound racing at Lifford Stadium were:Race 1 (525 yards): 1, Kilgrogan Theft 4/1; 2, Millview Fox 4/1. Time: 29.89. Distance: 4 lengthsRace 2 Buy a Buster 350 (350 yards): 1, Blackstone Hugh 6/4; 2, Imperial Robin 4/1. Time: 19.09. Distance: 1.5 lengths. Race 3 The Booking Office 350 (350 yards): 1, Tough Hero 5/1; 2, Ardnasool Kagawa 7/2. Time: 19.16. Distance: a length.Race 4 Lifford €10 Sizzler Deal 525 (525 yards): 1, To It Boy 2/1; 2, Gortkelly Turbo 6/4 fav. Time: 28.88. Distance: 3 lengths.Race 5 Lifford €15 Special 600 (600 yards): 1, Pumpstreet Ciara 4/6 fav; 2, Hi Beak 4/1. Time: 33.24. Distance: 4 lengths.Race 6 The Ultimate Dining Experience 550 (550 yards): 1, Tahina Kyle 5/4; 2,  Smurfing Convoy 5/1. Time: 30.25. Distance: 5.25 lengths. Race 7 The Knockavoe 575 Final (575 yards): 1, Whiterock Diva 3/1; 2, Drumsna Canyon 5/1. Time: 31.68. Distance: 3.75 lengths.Race 8 The Buy a Buster 350 semi-final (350 yards): 1, Tahina Kadyn 2/1; 2, Blackhall Hero 2/1. Time 18.83. Distance: 2.5 lengths.Race 9 The Buy a Buster 350 semi-final (350 yards): 1, Tahina Sabrina 4/5 fav; 2, Mottos Impact 6/4. Time: 19.01. Distance: 3.5 lengths.Race 10 The NWGOBA 575 Final (575 yards): 1, Smurfing Manx 3/1; 2, Battle Born 6/1. Time: 29.04. Distance: 4.75 lengths.Race 11 www.liffordgreyhounds.com 525 (525 yards): 1, Do It Ruso 4/1; 2, Fridays Maybe 7/4. Time: 29.17. Distance: a length. Race 12 The Getting Out 600 Bumper Stakes (600 yards): 1, Crossleigh Thyme 9/4;  2, Corrina 6/1. Time: 33.07. Distance: 3.25 lengths.GREYHOUND RACING: LIFFORD RESULTS was last modified: August 24th, 2014 by johngerardShare 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:greyhoundLiffordRacingresultrslast_img read more

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