Andreas Pereira scored his first Manchester United goal to draw his side level early in the second half (Picture: Getty)‘I was focussed on the win and help my team-mates. The manager gave me another chance today.‘We have to look one game at a time and are working hard on the training ground. We are ready for the challenge.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Comment Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku explains why he turned down chance to score hat-trick against Southampton Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 2 Mar 2019 5:13 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.3kShares Advertisement Romelu Lukaku’s winning goal helped Manchester United move into fourth place (Picture: Getty)‘We knew we had to win the game today and did it. Not our best game but we have to be happy,’ said Lukaku.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘We created a lot of chances in the opening 10 minutes but won the game.‘I am a striker and I wanted Paul Pogba to score the penalty, he has been on a good run but he has been an important player for us and will bounce back. Advertisement Romelu Lukaku scored his fourth goal in two games to give Man Utd a late win over Southampton (Picture: Getty)Romelu Lukaku insists he was happy for Paul Pogba to take the late penalty which denied him an opportunity to score his first Manchester United hat-trick.The Belgium international scored his fourth goal of the week in the 88th minute at Old Trafford to send United into fourth place, overtaking Arsenal who drew with Spurs in the north London derby earlier on Saturday.Lukaku could have taken the injury-time penalty that would have extended United’s lead but watched on as Pogba saw his effort saved by Angus Gunn.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City
September 29, 2020
The new global bond portfolio was established as part of the revamp of PPF’s investment policy, aimed at increasing the scheme’s risk profile to achieve a full real funding in 15 years.To reach this target, the pension fund, in the summer of last year, replaced its 70% strategic liabilities matching portfolio and its 30% securities holdings for a 60% fixed income allocation and 40% securities.The PPF said its investment policy, as a “steering instrument” for its financial position, had grown in importance since the introduction of defined contribution arrangements in 2014.The Philips Pensioenfonds posted an overall return of 19.6% and closed the year with a funding of 114%, equating with a real coverage of 79%.Its passively managed equity portfolio of 28% of its assets returned 16.2% due to “improving corporate profitability”.The scheme’s 36% allocation to euro-denominated government bonds – largely German, French and Dutch – generated 31.5%.Global credit (5%) and mortgages (4%) returned 10.3% and 8.4%, respectively.However, the pension fund incurred a 4.3% loss on its 1% commodities allocation.PPF’s property allocation of 10% returned 5.3%, with direct and indirect returning 12.6% and 5.2%, respectively.The pension fund indicated that it had continued divesting its direct holdings in favour of indirect non-listed property.It added that, following the introduction of the new financial assessment framework (nFTK), as well as falling interest rates, the current contribution of 24% of the pensionable salary would fail to achieve the agreed annual pensions accrual of 1.85%.As a consequence, the pension fund has had to draw €23m from a separate €108m financial reserve for accrual and indexation for active participants.PPF reported asset management costs of 0.18% and credited 9 basis points of the 0.21% transaction costs to the transition to its new investment policy.The Philips Pensioenfonds posted a 10.6% return – including 2.3 percentage points from its combined hedge against interest and inflation risk – over the first quarter of 2015.It added that all asset classes contributed positively to the quarterly result, and said its policy funding ratio remained unchanged at 114%. A new global bond portfolio at the Dutch pension fund of electronics giant Philips returned more than 35% last year, according to the scheme’s 2014 annual report.The €19.6bn Philips Pensioenfonds (PPF) said it introduced the portfolio, which included bonds from the UK and the US, to diversify its holdings in euro-denominated government paper.The 5% allocation returned 35.1% thanks to the depreciation of the euro against the US dollar and other currencies, and falling US interest rates.The pension fund said these factors were also the main drivers behind the 15.7% and 10.7% returns on high-yield credit and emerging market debt, respectively.
September 25, 2020
MANILA – Sen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa told critics of the controversial Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 to “go ahead” and push for its junking, so long as they will not blame the government if terrorism in the country worsens. The neophyte senator made the statement in a radio interview on Sunday as he clarified that advocacy, protest, dissent, stoppage of work, mass or industrial actions were not a violation in the measure.“Sige junk ninyo. Kapag kayo nabiktima ng terorista, kapag may namatay sa mahal sa buhay ninyo kayo mismo huwag ninyo sisihin ang gobyerno na hindi gumagawa ng paraan para masawata ang terrorism,” Dela Rosa told DZBB.“Gusto ninyo ng another Marawi siege? Gusto ninyo ng another Zamboanga siege? Go ahead. Gusto ninyo ng bombing kaliwa kananan? Go ahead i-junk natin ito basta huwag ninyo sisihin ang gobyerno kapag nagkaletse letse sa terrorism dito,” he added.Militant and human rights groups, among others, fear that the Anti-Terrorism Act will be abused and used to go after critics of the government, while Commission on Human Rights called on the bill’s vague definition of terrorism.Under the anti-terrorism bill, persons who shall threaten to commit terrorism, and those who will propose any terroristic acts or incite others to commit terrorism shall suffer imprisonment of 12 years. “Sige junk ninyo. Kapag kayo nabiktima ng terorista, kapag may namatay sa mahal sa buhay ninyo kayo mismo huwag ninyo sisihin ang gobyerno,” says Sen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa in a radio interview. RAPPLER Suspected persons can be detained for 14 days without a warrant of arrest with an allowable 10-day extension. A 60-day surveillance on suspected terrorists can also be conducted by the police or the military, with an allowable 30-day extension.Dela Rosa said that he is hopeful that President Rodrigo Duterte won’t veto the Anti-Terrorism Act, which the Chief Executive certified as urgent before the sine die break of the Congress.“Sana naman pirmahin niya (Duterte) otherwise kawawa naman kami (Senate) grabe pagtalakay namin sa batas na ito tapos ma-veto lang. Anyway, that’s part of the process okay lang sa amin pero sana pirmahan niya,” Dela Rosa said./PN
September 24, 2020
Greensburg, Ind. — MainSource Bank will collect items for New Directions of Decatur County at the Greensburg and Westport locations through Friday, May 26.Suggested items include:Food: Macaroni and cheese (boxes or single serve), Canned Ravioli / Spaghetti O’s, Spaghetti Sauce and Noodles, Fruit Cups / Cans, Juice BoxesHygiene / Toiletries: Hairdryer (new or gently used), Curling Iron (new or gently used), Straightening Iron (new or gently used), Hairspray, Hair Brushes and Facial TissuesGift Cards / Cash to purchase Frozen FoodsDrop off locations are the Westport Branch at 102 Underwood Drive, The Greensburg Main Branch at 201 N Broadway St, Greenburg Plaza at 304 E 10th St and the Greensburg Headquarters at the State Road 3 bypass.The mission of New Directions of Decatur County is to increase awareness about domestic violence and to assist individual victims break free from the cycle of physical and emotional abuse. They offer confidential and free services for victims of domestic violence or abuse, regardless of sex, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status or disability. New Directions has a professionally trained and friendly staff to listen to everyone and develop a plan of action.
September 24, 2020
‘From time to time I still have this feeling. With this virus, it is a very strange time for everyone and when football returns, then now! But maybe it always stays a bit in there. I’m just an athlete.’ Robben spent ten years at Bayern and made 309 appearances for the club, scoring 144 goals and providing 101 assists During that period he won an array of trophies including the Champions League, eight Bundesliga titles and five German cups. The Dutchman, who started his career at Groningen, also won league titles with Real Madrid, Chelsea and PSV Eindhoven. On the international stage Robben was capped by Holland on 96 occasions and scored 37 goals. Read AlsoArjen Robben counts blessings as wife recovers from coronavirus Robben wasn’t heavily involved during the final season of his career as he struggled with injuries, and it seems unlikely that he would be able to play regularly if he was to come out of retirement. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooTop 6 Iconic Supercar Movies Ex-Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben is considering coming out of retirement to enjoy some more action on the pitch. Robben ended his playing career last summer and admits that, while he initially didn’t miss football, he started to think about possibly playing again. Thr 36-year-old told the FC Bayern podcast: ‘In the beginning I didn’t miss football at all. ‘But then there was a phase when it tickled again and I had thoughts such as: ‘Hey, maybe I would like to play a little again.’ Former Holland captain and Bayern winger Arjen Robben set to come out of retiremen Former Holland captain and Bayern winger Arjen Robben set to come out of retiremenAdvertisement Loading…
September 24, 2020
Lionel Messi has named his top five best players in world football with the Barcelona superstar excluding himself and Cristiano Ronaldo. “It was nice to have Cristiano Ronaldo in La Liga because of the prestige he gave him, although it was hard to see him raise titles.”However, even though the Argentine excluded himself and Ronaldo, he still went onto name his top five players.Advertisement The star players being Neymar, Sergio Aguero, Kylian Mbappe, Eden Hazard, and Luis Suarez.Messi famously played part of Barcelona’s trio known as ‘MSN’, the attacking trident of Messi, Suarez, and Neymar, which went onto win a treble together back in 2015. Promoted Content7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?The Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs Manchester City striker Aguero made Messi’s cut with the duo playing countless times together for the Argentinian national team. Read Also: Messi donates €500k towards the fight against COVID-19 Loading… While Mbappe and Hazard have never played together competitively on the same team, with Hazard only sharing the same League this season when the Belgian signed for Real Madrid in July 2019.“[But] excluding him and me, the best players in the world are Mbappe, Neymar, Hazard, Suarez and Kun [Aguero].” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Messi told Spanish newspaper Marca his top five players in the world if he had to exclude himself and Ronaldo.With Ronaldo no longer plying his trade in La Liga, Messi believes he’s still in the top two with himself and that it was hard to see the Portuguese beat him to trophies while they were both in the same league for nine years.
September 23, 2020
The EIAC held its conference golf tournament at The Brook Hill Golf Course Saturday. Franklin County won the tournament with a school-record score of 327. Batesville finished second with a 363 followed by Greensburg 398. Lawrenceburg 411. Rushville 460 East Central 484. South Dearborn 501. Connersville inc. Conference MVP was Batesville’s Emma Weiler with an even-par 71. The All-Conference team also consists of2. Cameron Brewer. FC 79; 3. Gracie Graf. FC. 80; 4. Nicole Mears. FC 83; 5. Megan Reisman. GB. 84; 6. Crystal Callahan. FC 85; 7. Bailey Schneider. C. 95; 8. Tori Harpring. B. 95; 9. Lydia Powell. C. 96; 10 Hannah Williamson L. 97; 11. Madelyn Pohlman. 98; 12. Rhea Miller. B. 99.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tom Meyer.Both the boys and girls Batesville High School Cross Country teams came home with the championship trophy after competing in the 8 team Moores Hill Invitational Saturday morning.The girls left no doubt in the minds of those watching as they had all of their varsity 7 runners in the top 15 and winning by 41 points. Batesville scored 28 points with Columbus East coming in 2nd at 69. They were closely followed by East Central with 73 points. Leading the way for the Bulldogs was Sophomore Ava Hanson who took runner up with a time of 20:25. Madison Rahschulte was the next blue uniform to cross the line in 4th, followed closely by teammate Maria Lopez in 6th. Sophie Myers took 6th, Lily Pinckley 9th, Megan Allgeier 10th, and Trysta Vierling 12th. On the boys side, it was a little bit closer as the top 3 teams were fighting positions throughout the race, but the Bulldogs managed to squeak ahead winning by just 4 points with a score of 43 points to Austin’s 47 and Greenfield-Central’s 51 points. Our top 3 runners ran very strong as we captured 1st, 2nd and 4th place. The Dogs were led by Juniors Ean Loichinger crossing the finish line first at 16:37 and followed by teammate Benjamin Moster at 16:48. Senior Adam Hollowell raced in at 17:03 to take 4th. Finishing out the top 7 varsity runners for Batesville were Eli Loichinger in 16th, Nathan Villani 20th, Dillon Murray 30th and Kyler Daulton 32nd. On the JV side, although there weren’t team scores or ribbons, the girls were led by Juniors, Carley Pride coming in 1st and Katie Olsen 2nd. Although the temperature was not quite so hot, the air was still pretty thick, but several Bulldogs did not let that stop them from running personal bests. They were: Benjamin Moster, Adam Hollowell, Eli Loichinger, Kyler Daulton, Landon Gutzwiller, Sean Callahan, Megan Allgeier and Ella Moster. Way to go everyone!!!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.Connersville, Indiana was the setting for Saturday’s high school girls’ volleyball game.Batesville’s junior varsity team dominated by winning both games. Kaylin Hinners and Kaitlyn Sarringhaus lead the team in serving with both going 12 for 12. Kate Martin lead the team in serve-receive.Batesville’s varsity team was a force to be reckoned with and won in three games. The scores were: 25-9, 25-10, 25-9. The girls showed great teamwork. Cayman Werner was a fierce front row player and had several great kills and Kylie Laker had some fantastic sets. Tuesday, September 1st is a home game against Lawrenceburg and starts at 5:00.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Vickie Heil. Oldenburg Twisters Boys VarsitySoccer team defeated The Trinity Lutheran Saints 3-0.Race Carle got the twisters started with a beautiful half diving head shot that went into the net but was unfortunately called off-sides and did not count. Race did, however, keep the momentum going and scored in period 1 at 11:43 on a quick one-touch shot at the top of the 18, assisted by Charles Furlow. The Trinity keeper may have been a little surprised the ball was coming. Race scored again in period 2 at the 31:16 mark on a header that was assisted by Nick Folop’s header from a Sam McFee corner kick. Race score again in period 2 at 6:58 for a Hat Trick; he was assisted by Josh Newman’s through ball into the 18. Another beautiful play by the Twisters. Coach Getz said after the game, “With each game played we are starting to get a feel of where our teammates are on the field. It was nice to see some balls finally find the back of the net. It has been a struggle so far this year. We had 20 players dressed and they all got to see some action. Great to see some of the younger boys get some varsity experience. They did not disappoint as they kept the pace up and had a few great scoring chances.”Courtesy of Jeremy Borgman.ECVB Varsity traveled to Bloomington South on Saturday for a variation of their annual invitational. With a couple of teams dropping out, we collectively decided to just play 3 matches and call it a day rather than playing a full-blown tournament. This allowed them to avoid teams and fans crossing over and made it easier for the staff to sanitize. We started the day against Covenant Christian. We started off slow and found ourselves in a pretty big hole. When we finally started playing, it was a little too late, but we took the momentum into game two. Set three was up and down and could have gone in either team’s favor, but we were able to close out the match with the scores of 21-25, 25-20, 18-16. The second match we played Trinity Lutheran, a team that lost very few players from their state runner-up team from last year. They were very disciplined and relied heavily on their experience. We lost a quick match 13-25 & 15-25. The final match was a flip of the first match. We started off decent against Seymour and was able to steal the lead midway through the game to come out on top, but we completely fell apart in set two- nothing was going our way. We found ourselves fighting for every point in set three, even when things weren’t going our way. We pulled out the win 25-22, 11-25, & 15-12. We finished the day 2-1 and are now 5-2 on the season. Next up: at Franklin County tomorrow.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Cassie Laker. FC Lady Cats traveled to North Decatur and lost in 3 sets 25-21, 25-4, 25-19.Makyah Richardson had 1 kill, 2 blocks and 1 ace serve. Rae Ertel had 1 kill. Meredith Hoff had 2 kills and 3 blocks. Alex Gillman had 2 kills and 6 digs. Saige Mergenthal had 2 kills and 1 dig. Kassidy Schell had 2 blocks, 3 assists, 1 ace serve and 7 digs. Jenna Bruns had 2 blocks and 1 dig. Kacie Williams had 2 assists and 2 digs. Kim Settles had 7 digs. Kylie Lea had 2 digs and 1 ace serve. This was a tough loss.We travel to Madison Invite on Saturday morning.JV Lady Cats continue to capture another win against North Decatur 15-25, 25-16, 15-9.Hadlee Hornsby had 1 kill, 1 ace serve, and 3 digs. Kiersten Schell had 8 kills, 5 of them being back row attacks, 5 ace serves and 4 digs. Kylie Lea had 1 kill and 2 digs. Laney Smith had 1 block. Stephanie Billman had 2 ace serves and 3 assists. Brooke Bruns had 1 block. Macy Crain had 1 kill and 1 ace serve. Michaela Ferman had 3 ace serves and 9 assists. Kensee Ferman had had 2 kills, 2 ace serves and 1 block. These ladies fought back after set 1 and never gave up!!!We host EIAC East Central Monday with Freshman game at 5pm and JV and Varsity to follow.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Jill Mergenthal.FC Varsity Volleyball traveled to the Madison Invite. It was a long day but the outcomes were well worth the wait. We played Southwestern (Hanover) at 9 am and won. 16-25, 25-23, and 17-15. Alex Gillman had 3 kills, 3 ace serves and 4 digs. Makyah Richardson had 1 kill, 1 block, 1 assist and 1 dig. Saige Mergenthal had 1 kill and 1 dig. Kassidy Schell had 5 kills, 3 assists and 10 digs. Meredith Hoff had 2 kills, 1 block and 1 dig. Kacie Williams had 3 assists and 2 digs. Jenna Bruns had 1 ace serve and 5 digs. Kim Settles had 6 digs. Rae Ertel had 4 digs. Kylie Lea had 3 digs.At 2 pm, we took to the court and played Lawrenceburg. Wow, was it a great game!!! We lost but it was so close to going 3 sets. 25-11 and 27-25. Meredith Hoff had 3 kills, 1 ace serve and 3 digs. Kassidy Schell had 2 kills, 1 assist, 1 ace serve and 4 digs. Saige Mergenthal had 2 kills, 1 block and 3 digs. Rae Ertel had 2 kills and 1dig. Makyah Richardson had had 2 kills, 1 assist, 1 ace serve, and 1 dig. Kacie Williams had 3 assists and 2 digs. Alex Gillman had 1 assist, 3 ace serves and 8 digs. Kim Settles had 3 digs. Jenna Bruns had 5 digs.At 4 pm, we played an out of bracket game against South Ripley and won 25-15 and 25-22. We really want to THANK them for sticking around and playing us!!! Kassidy Schell had 4 kills, 2 blocks, 2 assists, 5 ace serves and 2 digs. Saige Mergenthal had 2 kills. Makyah Richardson had 4 kills, 3 blocks, 1 assist, 4 ace serves and 1 dig. Alex Gillman had 3 blocks and 6 digs. Kacie Williams had 3 assists and 2 ace serves. Jenna Bruns had 2 ace serves and 1 dig. Kim Settles had 4 digs. At the end of the day, it was rewarding to see this team play so well.Our season record is 3-5 and our EIAC record is 1-2. Tonight, Monday, Aug. 31st, we host EIAC East Central. Freshman game starts at 5pm with JV and Varsity following back to back to back.We will have a brief 20 min break between the JV and Varsity match to honor our 3 seniors: Rae Ertel, Makyah Richardson and Kim Settles. Please come out and show support for our Lady Cats and our 3 Seniors!!Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Jill Mergenthal.
September 20, 2020
Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Latest Posts Bio Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Fenceviewer Staff Following are the results from golf scrambles on Thursday and Monday at the Lucerne Golf Club.Thursday Senior Scramble: Tom Winston, Royce Morrison, Robin Young and Dick Baker, first (-6); Kerry Woodbury, Bob Fraser, Mike Dore and Chris Gross, second (-5); John Somes, Ron Snyder, Bob McKenney and Dave Rand, (-4). Closest to pin: No. 2, Mark Johnson 13.2 feet; No. 6, Robin Young 21.0 feet.Monday Senior Scramble: Tom Winston, John Schoppe, Junior Tracy and Scott Mac Arthur, first (-6); Doug Hewes, Dennis Kiah, Al Small and Dick Baker, second (-5); John Somes, Paul Bowden, Bob Fraser and Bob McKenney, (-4 tie); Ron Allen, Jim Bonzey, Mike Dore and Ken Goldstein (-4); Robin Young, Bill Ferris, Mel Bowden and Mark Molnar (-3); Cecil Eldridge, Dave Rand, Bruce Bradbury and Russ Black (+2). Closest to pin: No. 2, Bob McKenney 4.75 feet; No. 6, Russ Black 19.5 feet.Find in-depth coverage of local news in The Ellsworth American. Subscribe digitally or in print. Town report wins award – October 11, 2014
September 19, 2020
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditFlorida Atlantic (16-14, 8-9) vs. Marshall (14-15, 8-8)Henderson Center, Huntington, West Virginia; Wednesday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Marshall looks for its sixth straight win over Florida Atlantic at Henderson Center. The last victory for the Owls at Marshall was a 65-57 win on Feb. 1, 2014. March 3, 2020 ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Marshall looks for home win vs FAU TEAM LEADERSHIP: The Owls have been led by seniors Cornelius Taylor and Jailyn Ingram. C. Taylor has averaged 12 points while Ingram has recorded 10.6 points and five rebounds per game. The Thundering Herd have been led by Taevion Kinsey and Jarrod West, who have combined to score 30.6 points per contest.FACILITATING THE OFFENSE: Kinsey has either made or assisted on 42 percent of all Marshall field goals over the last five games. Kinsey has 37 field goals and 19 assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: Marshall is 0-6 this year when it scores 66 points or fewer and 14-9 when it scores at least 67.WINNING WHEN: Florida Atlantic is a perfect 10-0 when its defense holds opponents to a field goal percentage of 42.1 percent or less. The Owls are 6-14 when allowing opponents to shoot any better than that.DID YOU KNOW: Marshall is ranked first in the CUSA with an average of 75 possessions per game. The uptempo Thundering Herd have pushed that total to 76.9 possessions per game over their last five games. Associated Press
September 19, 2020
ACTION in the COURTS Pee Wee Football competition continues today with the third round at the Banks DIH Thirst Park playfield.In the first of the games, Victoria and Mocha primary schools will clash from 10:00hrs while St Ambrose take on Smith Memorial on the opposing pitch.Den Amstel and Colaaco will take pitch one in the second set of games with Redeemer and Grove expected to use pitch two.Supply and Enterprise are down for action in the third set of games for the day at 11:30hrs with Timehri and Mae’s expected to do battle on pitch two.F.E. Pollard are down to play Soesdyke Primary at 12:15hrs with J.E Burnham facing Plaisance on the opposing pitch at the same time. Goed Fortuin and Parfaite Harmonie will clash following that, with South Ruimveldt and School of the Nations competing as well.St Agnes will take on North Georgetown, Winfer Gardens play St Angela’s, West Ruimveldt play St Margaret’s and Marian Academy oppose Sophia.Stella Maris and St Stephen’s are the next two teams in contention with Tucville and St. Pius expected to clash as well.J.E. Burnham and Goed Fortuin play the last game of the afternoon with Plaisance Orphanage and Parfaite Harmonie playing on the opposing pitch.