The mentees and mentors will cap their sessions on September 9. “The mentoring sessions will be every Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.,” said Alian. Meanwhile, Alian said that Antique mentees who were part of the batch that began last March 6 but sessions were suspended due to the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine to curb the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 will have to repeat from the first module. The first batch of the 2020 KMME will start with an orientation about the program, Alian added. Mentors who are accredited by the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship will discuss 10 modules in total. Among them are Entrep Mindset and Values Formation and Marketing Mindset. SAN JOSE, Antique – The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will commence its first regional online mentoring for interested micro, small and medium entrepreneurs on July 15. “The mentees will no longer have to meet their mentors personally in one venue. They will have their virtual mentoring,” Wilson Alian, in charge of the Kapatid Mentor Me (KMME) program of DTI-Antique, said on July 10. According to him, 14 mentees from this province will join 26 other mentees from Aklan and Iloilo provinces in the virtual sessions that will be hosted by the regional office of the DTI based in Iloilo City. “There will be six mentees who will have their virtual mentoring at the San Jose de Buenavista Negosyo Center (NC) and five others at (the) Sibalom NC,” he said, adding that three other mentees from this capital town, Sibalom and Patnongon opted to have the sessions either in their homes or offices. (With a report from PNA/PN)
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West Ham were held to a goalless draw by Barclays Premier League bottom side Sunderland but it will be the Black Cats who will be more disappointed with having to settle for a share of the spoils. The Hammers had the ball in the net from the resulting set-piece as Guy Demel bundled it home but referee Andre Marriner had already blown for a free-kick for an infringement. The early pace of the game was lost as the first half progressed, with Marriner coming under increasing scrutiny from the home fans for giving a number of decisions in favour of the Black Cats. Their upset turned to anger just before the half-hour mark as Collins was instructed to hurry up with a free-kick inside his own half despite the fact Altidore was clearly not 10 yards back. The Wales international eventually took the free-kick and it hit Altidore, with Fabio Borini breaking at an unprotected West Ham defence before shooting straight at Jaaskelainen. Full-back Bardsley came closest to opening the scoring before the interval as his arrowed drive cracked against Jaaskelainen’s crossbar with the experienced Finn well beaten. Ravel Morrison then burst to life with two jinking and twisting runs that left more than one Sunderland defender on the ground but neither resulted in chances for the hosts. Giaccherini saw a shot deflected behind as the half drew to a close and Demel blocked well from Borini as Poyet’s side ended the half in the ascendancy. Skipper Cattermole had the last meaningful touch of the half as he flashed in an effort that once again required Jaaskelainen to make a save. The movement of Sunderland’s attacking trio of Giaccherini, Borini and Altidore continued to cause West Ham problems at the start of the second-half as the Black Cats started on the front foot once more. West Ham were still enjoying small spells of possession with the craft of Morrison continuing to look their most likely way through to opening the scoring. The former Manchester United youngster hit a low shot that was well saved by Vito Mannone before Diame thrashed an effort into the side-netting after making space for himself inside the box. The game reverted back to a pattern similar to the opening exchanges with both sides looking to break the deadlock, although neither Sebastian Larsson nor Giaccherini could test Jaaskelainen with their respective efforts. Altidore did work Jaaskelainen after a smart turn in the box but the 38-year-old saved comfortably as the game remained goalless with 30 minutes remaining. Poyet turned to substitutes Adam Johnson and Steven Fletcher to win him the game while Allardyce introduced Carlton Cole from the bench for the final 15 minutes as he looked to give his side more attacking clout. But it was Sunderland who came close once again as Ki turned inside the box and saw his effort pushed away by Jaaskelainen. Morrison flashed a shot wide with just under five minutes remaining, with West Ham seemingly shifting their game plan and aiming long balls towards Cole. Former Sunderland defender George McCartney almost scored a lucky winner deep in stoppage time when his cross had to be tipped over by Mannone as the game ended goalless. Sunderland defender Phil Bardsley came closest to finding a winner with a long-range pile-driver that came back off the woodwork towards the end of the first half. Gus Poyet’s side need to start picking up wins but, with no league goal away from home since August 31, Sunderland know where their improvement must come from. The game started at a high tempo as both sides looked to strike early and settle any nerves that would have been prominent at kick-off. Mohamed Diame nutmegged John O’Shea and held off Lee Cattermole before cutting a cross back to Modibo Maiga, who blazed over with Wes Brown sliding in. The same duo linked up again moments later with a deeper cross from Diame headed towards the back post by Maiga, with the onrushing Matt Jarvis unable to get a telling touch. The best early chance fell to the visitors as Emanuele Giaccherini slipped a ball into the path of Jozy Altidore but the United States international’s shot was tipped behind by Jussi Jaaskelainen. The corner was only cleared as far as Ki Sung-yueng, whose rasping drive was deflected behind with the Swansea loanee blazing over from a similar position seconds later. With the game still wide open, Jarvis’ cross to the near-post was just missed by James Collins with the ball deflecting behind for a corner. Press Association The Hammers struggled to create any chances of note in a poor game at Upton Park and they remain outside of the league’s relegation zone by just a point. Co-chairman David Sullivan had said earlier in the day that manager Sam Allardyce will be at the club until the end of the season but a lacklustre display in front of a largely disgruntled crowd will have done the Hammers boss few favours.
O’Brien hit four boundaries in his 168-ball stay but will be disappointed to have lost his wicket shortly before the close on a weather-hit opening day when 21 overs were lost to a combination of bad light and rain as Ireland closed on 232 for five. A sluggish pitch and a slow outfield helped Papua New Guinea keep Ireland in check and the rate never got above three runs an over. Gary Wilson hit five boundaries as he made 48 and supported O’Brien in a fourth-wicket stand of 69 in the best partnership of the day before being trapped lbw by Chad Soper. Niall O’Brien top-scored with 63 as Ireland made a solid start to their ICC Intercontinental Cup clash with Papua New Guinea at Townsville. Press Association
GREGORY DIXON/Herald PhotoAfter losing their Big Ten conference opener to No. 19 Illinois 4-2 on Friday night, Wisconsin’s women’s soccer team salvaged the weekend, reaching a milestone by knocking off Iowa 1-0 Sunday afternoon to earn the 300th win in program history.”At this point, going into our Big Ten season and during a 25th reunion period, it’s something that is a milestone for this program,” head coach Dean Duerst said after the game. “You can look back that we did it at a special time.”Whether the 300th win would come Sunday or have to wait until next weekend was something that wasn’t decided until late in the second half. Wisconsin senior midfielder Allison Preiss’ goal in the 74th minute proved to be the only goal of the match. Preiss’ first goal of the season came about as a result of some interesting circumstances. Moments before Preiss’ goal, UW senior midfielder Kara Kabellis charged a bouncing ball and ended up colliding with Iowa goalkeeper Ali Becker. No foul was called and Becker lay on the ground for a couple of moments before getting up and assuring her team and the referees she was able to continue. On the ensuing corner-kick, sophomore midfielder Elise Weber sent the ball into the box where Becker made a diving save but was unable to control the ball. Preiss made her pay for the mistake as she held off a Hawkeye defender to notch the goal. “It was definitely a battle throughout the whole game,” UW junior midfielder Marissa Sarkesian said. “We could’ve gotten a little bit more offense and more shots, but we definitely got the job done and that’s all that matters; pulling out that first win in the Big Ten.”The Badgers controlled the pace of play for most of the match and had a healthy advantage statistically, but found themselves having to battle until the end to get the win. Clinging to a 1-0 lead with just over 10 minutes to play, the Badgers had to withstand one last Hawkeye attack. UW junior goalkeeper Lynn Murray, who recorded her second straight shutout, came out to make a diving stop on the ball but missed and Iowa gained control. Iowa’s Christina Sahly received a pass and was facing a nearly wide open net. The only thing in her way was UW junior defender Ann Eshun, who was standing in the middle of the goal line. Had she placed it just about anywhere else, Sahly would’ve likely tied the game, but she kicked it directly at Eshun who moved the huge kick save to preserve the historic win for the Badgers. “We came here to win the game; in a mind frame, as a team,” Duerst said. “I think that was the most important aspect in preparing for this game coming from a tough Friday night.” Things did not go according to plan Friday night as the Badgers kicked off their Big Ten season. The Badgers were hoping to build off a quality non-conference performance, but instead fell to No. 19 Illinois 4-2 in front of an attendance of 490 at the McClimon Complex. The Illini struck first; converting on their first shot on goal just over six minutes into the match. A corner kick from midfielder Kristy Weeks was deflected and the ball landed right on the foot of fellow midfielder Courtney Bell who knocked it past starting UW goalkeeper Stefani Szczechowski to give Illinois the early lead. The Badgers would rebound, however, tying the game on a free kick from defender Ann Eshun in the 23rd minute.Eshun’s free kick found its way into the back of the net thanks to some traffic in front of the goal box, which blinded Illinois goalkeeper Lindsey Carstens. Some of that credit could be given to Kabellis who may have provided enough distraction in front to throw off the keeper’s attention long enough for Eshun to notch her first goal of the season.The tie would not last for long though, as just under six minutes later, the Illini struck again. Illinois forward Chichi Nweke, who had just subbed in, dribbled into the penalty box, and as the UW defenders closed in on her, dished the ball back to teammate Mary Therese McDonnell. Wasting little time, the defender drilled it past Szczechowski to give Illinois the 2-1 advantage.The score remained 2-1 as the horn sounded to close out the first half. For the fourth time this season, the Badgers found themselves trailing at the break. Since coming back to beat Creighton in the season opener, the Badgers had lost two straight matches when trailing at the half and Friday night was no different as the team was unable to muster much offense in the second session.Illinois extended its lead to 3-1 just under five minutes into the second half as forward Eva Strickland took a pass from Bell and beat Szczechowski. Strickland’s goal marked the first time this season that a UW opponent had scored more than two goals and, unfortunately for the Badgers, the Illini weren’t done yet.In the 59th minute, Illinois midfielder Marti Desjarlais capped the Illini scoring. A pass from forward Ella Massar missed its intended target but landed right at Desjarlais’ foot to give her team a 4-1 lead.”It was a night in which we were compounding some of our own problems,” Duerst said after Friday night’s game. “We weren’t marking as tight and we were letting them get in too easily behind. [Illinois] is a dangerous team. They’re very efficient in their finishing and it showed tonight.”Wisconsin showed some signs of life later as newly-substituted midfielder Sheri Ferron, one of six Badgers that came in as part of a mass substitution mid-way through the second half, found Kabellis, who launched a shot from a good 30 yards away and beat Carstens to the far-back post.After the game, Kabellis, like Duerst, cited the defense has been an area in which they need to improve; saying they need to start playing defense all over the field. “We let people slip through,” Kabellis said. “There were breakdowns in the midfield and up top and some in the defense as well.”To get more wins in the future, Kabellis feels the team just needs to be tighter on the defensive end. “Bottom line is to get more shutouts,” she said. “We need to stop teams from scoring. If we can do that, we’ll come out on top.”
Published on April 24, 2014 at 1:40 am Contact Tyler: firstname.lastname@example.org On Saturday against Notre Dame, senior midfielder Bridget Daley scored a goal, something she has done 34 times as a member of Syracuse.But after missing most of this season with a broken foot, Daley said she couldn’t remember a more emotional goal than her most recent conversion.“The celebration afterwards … I’ll never forget that,” Daley said. “(My teammates) were so excited for me, and that made it even better.”Able to take the field once again, Daley is ready to make the most of her final games in a Syracuse uniform. She’ll look to continue her strong return when the No. 1 Orange (15-1, 6-1 Atlantic Coast) meets the No. 8 Fighting Irish (9-7, 2-5) for the second straight game in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament at 3 p.m. in Chestnut Hill, Mass.Although the injury forced Daley to trade in her stick for a walking boot, she didn’t lose her enthusiasm during what has been a special season for the Orange. Now, all she wants is the chance to be a factor during the stretch run, although how much she’ll contribute on the field has yet to be determined.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Just putting on the uniform again for the first time was exciting,” Daley said. “Now, I have this rapport on the sideline, and I’m still into that. Words can’t describe it.”The senior began the year strong by picking up an assist and a draw control in the season opener against Jacksonville. One game later, though, the break happened. As Orange head coach Gary Gait carried her off the field, Daley could only hope she would be ready for postseason play.Fellow senior Alyssa Murray can relate, as she dealt with an injury during her senior year of high school. She said that experience was hard enough, so it’s difficult to imagine how tough this season has been for Daley.“It’s a whole different ballgame, so I think she’s handled it very gracefully,” Murray said. “She’s been an incredible leader off the field, so I think she’s just really excited to be back on.”Daley said her rehab was frustrating at times, but she made a vow to remain an enthusiastic member of the team. That’s why she fully embraced the role of cheerleader, often shouting congratulatory remarks and hopping around on the sideline after goals or big plays. As she put it, everyone on the team has a voice and a part to play.She said the entire experience brought her closer to the entire squad, especially the reserve players whose sacrifices often go unnoticed.“I already had respect for them, but I gained so much more,” Daley said. “Day in, day out, they are out there cheering and don’t get their shot on the field.”Now, they can expect Daley to bring that same raw emotion into the lineup.Gait is happy to have another layer of depth in his midfield unit, but he’s even more excited for the intangibles Daley provides, mainly her intensity and scrappy play.“She’s going to be a huge boost to our energy, our enthusiasm,” Gait said. “She’ll really keep us fired up in this tough ACC and then playoff run.”Daley is entering the ACC tournament with the realistic expectation that she might not play very much, especially as she tests out her recovered left foot.Either way, she doesn’t mind. She just wants to help SU close in on an elusive championship in whatever way she can.“If it’s still on the sideline, then so be it, because we’re ranked No. 1 and put ourselves in a great position,” Daley said. “If it’s getting some minutes, great. Wherever I can contribute, I’ll be happy.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Associated Press Television News WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Last Updated: 22nd August, 2020 10:35 IST Longoria’s 300th Homer Propels Giants Past Diamondbacks 6-2 Evan Longoria hit his 300th home run, Wilmer Flores added a two-run shot and the San Francisco Giants beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-2 on Friday night Evan Longoria hit his 300th home run, Wilmer Flores added a two-run shot and the San Francisco Giants beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-2 on Friday night.Mike Yastrzemski had two hits and scored twice for San Francisco. Brandon Crawford and Joey Bart both drove in runs.Logan Webb (2-2) struck out eight in seven innings as the Giants won their fourth straight.Christian Walker doubled twice and had four hits for the Diamondbacks. Arizona has lost three straight since a six-game winning streak.Longoria homered on an 0-1 pitch from Arizona starter Robbie Ray in the third after Flores walked. Longoria’s 300 home runs are the most by a third baseman in the majors since 2008, according to the Giants.Flores followed with a two-run drive into the left-field stands in the fifth. Flores has homered in three consecutive games and has 10 RBIs during that span.The Giants have scored six or more runs in nine of their 12 home games. This time they got quality starting pitching to back it up.Webb, who set a career high with five walks in his last start, was much crisper against the Diamondbacks. He allowed two runs and five hits, and retired 10 of 11 after giving up an RBI single to Eduardo Escobar in the fourth.Tony Watson and Tyler Rogers retired three batters apiece to complete the seven-hitter.While Webb was sharp, Ray (1-3) was not.Coming off his best start of the season, the Arizona lefty couldn’t follow it up. Ray walked five, struck out eight and allowed four runs in five innings.NO SIGN OF MADBUMFormer Giants ace Madison Bumgarner — the 2014 World Series MVP — remains back in Arizona rehabbing a mid-back strain, so he won’t see his old club this weekend in the D-backs’ first visit to Oracle Park during the shortened season.Bumgarner will throw another simulated game Sunday at Chase Field with the plan of him getting up to 70 pitches as he continues to build up. “Getting everything moving in a good direction is our priority,” manager Torey Lovullo said.Missing the Giants series might have been tough for the star lefty, who signed an $85 million, five-year contract with the Diamondbacks during the offseason.ROSTER MOVEGiants INF Yolmer Sanchez was granted his release by the club. Sanchez had been at the alternate training site.TRAINER’S ROOMDiamondbacks: LHP Andrew Chafin has a sprain in his left index finger near the knuckle and will wear a splint for the next week before being re-evaluated. He was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday and returned to Phoenix for tests and further examination. … CF Starling Marté got a day off, something Lovullo has been aiming to do with his regulars during this stretch of 17 straight games before Aug. 31.Giants: Leadoff hitter Austin Slater came out of the game for unknown reasons in the first inning while at third base. Slater, who has been nursing a strained right elbow, drew a walk and advanced on consecutive singles before being replaced by a pinch-runner. … With RHP Reyes Moronta throwing bullpens in Sacramento as he recovers from shoulder surgery, manager Gabe Kapler still believes the reliever might be back sometime next month. “I think there’s optimism about that,” Kapler said.UP NEXTDiamondbacks RHP Zac Gallen (0-0, 2.40 ERA) makes his sixth start in search of his first win of the season Saturday. Gallen is the second pitcher since 1913 to make his first five starts without getting a decision and have an ERA of 2.40 or lower. The Giants counter with LHP Tyler Anderson (0-1, 4.84).Image credits: AP First Published: 22nd August, 2020 10:35 IST FOLLOW US
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The U.S. colliding with France in the quarterfinals has been a storyline for much of the tournament, but Spain gave the U.S. a scare.The Americans are going to have to play a completely different game in the quarterfinals. If they play like they did against Spain, it could easily end in elimination from the tournament. France was among the favorites entering the tournament, and Les Bleues won Group A pretty easily with a 3-0 sweep. They just barely pulled off a win against Brazil in extra time Sunday, but the Americans still will need to be at their best to advance. One question will be around Alex Morgan. She was subbed out in the team’s group stage finale against Sweden with injury concerns, but started against Spain. She didn’t look herself and took several big hits, but the Americans will need to be able to rely more on Morgan to advance past France. The Spaniards put the Americans to the test and brought a central midfield that was potent and hard to stop with lower pressure. The U.S. saw its first bit of adversity in the tournament and though the national team handled it well, the Americans are going to have to make adjustments heading into the quarterfinals.The U.S. will have a few days off before facing France on Friday in Paris. Related News Women’s World Cup 2019: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels, results for every match Here are three takeaways from the USWNT’s win:The U.S. wasted an insane number of opportunities Plain and simple: The U.S. didn’t look like itself. The Americans had a number of attacking chances they couldn’t convert. They were good out wide with Tobin Heath, Kelley O’Hara, and Crystal Dunn as they combined with the central midfielders to create chances, but the U.S. couldn’t convert and looked sloppy. At halftime the United States had just a 14% conversion rate, which is extremely low.The Americans took 12 shots and just three of them were on target. Another surprise came in the fact that the Americans and Spaniards shared relatively equal ball possession. The U.S. had the ball 56%, Spain had it 44%. It was widely expected the U.S. would have complete control of the game.While Megan Rapinoe scored USA’s first goal in the seventh minute and again in the 75th off of penalty kicks, she was highly ineffective. She kept losing the ball, was questionable on some of the decisions she made and her shooting was off. If it weren’t for penalty kicks, there’s a chance the U.S. wouldn’t have scored at all.Same penalty taker, same result! 🇺🇸@mPinoe showing nerves of steel from the penalty spot! 💪 #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/4ykSp0SZvq— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) June 24, 2019Spain put goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher to the testSpain exposed where the USWNT needs to improve the most: in its goal. Alyssa Naeher hadn’t been challenged nearly at all throughout the tournament — until Monday’s match. She made two saves against Sweden, showing some promise, but made a costly mistake against the Spaniards. There’s a lot of pressure for Naeher as she has to fill the void left by Hope Solo, the USA’s safety net for more than a decade, after the 2016 Olympics. Entering Monday’s game, she had a career 72% save percentage with 27 clean sheets, but she allowed the U.S. to concede its first goal of the tournament.There was a misunderstanding between Naeher and defender Becky Sauerbrunn as Spain’s Lucia Garcia stole the ball from Sauerbrunn and assisted Jennifer Hermoso, who scored her third goal of the tournament.Spain equalizes! Jennifer Hermoso pounces on a U.S. giveaway to make it 1-1. pic.twitter.com/NoyzseRAnU— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) June 24, 2019Hermoso’s score ended a run of 648 minutes in all competitions — and 308 minutes in World Cup play — that the U.S. went without allowing a goal.As the match went on, Naeher and the backline communicated better, but it’ll have to be stronger heading in the quarterfinals as France is more dominant on attack.The U.S. will have to step up big time against France With a close 2-1 win, the defending champion U.S. women’s national team just barely advanced to the next stage of the knockout round after defeating Spain on Monday in an extremely physical and high intensity match.USA entered the round of 16 after topping Group F with three wins, while Spain, playing in just its second World Cup, finished second in Group B. Spain entered the match already having made it further than it did in 2015 as the Spaniards were eliminated in the group stage in their last tournament appearance.
Closer to home, a tropical wave is churning just south of Florida, and over Cuba and it has a 30% chance of development over the next two days. However, hurricane specialists predict the storm will continue northwest and miss Florida. Tropical Depression Seven has formed between the African coast and the Lesser Antilles and could be upgraded to Tropical Storm Gonzalo today. Currently maximum sustained winds are 35 mph with higher gusts. There’s no threat to land at this point.