The government has officially started construction on 10 planned tourism villages around Lake Toba in North Sumatra. It hopes the villages, once completed, will attract domestic and foreign tourists and boost the area’s economy.Lake Toba Tourism Authority Board (BOPDT) director Arie Prasetyo said the development of the villages was a pilot project for the development of other tourist destinations in the country. Part of the infrastructure costs are being covered by corporate donations.Read also: Govt spurs on development of ‘super-priority’ destination Lake Toba “We hope Lake Toba’s development will not only depend on the state budget funding but will also maximize the involvement of other stakeholders,” he said in a statement on Friday.According to Arie, state-owned oil giant Pertamina contributed to the construction of toilets in the area while state-owned pawnshop Pegadaian developed the area’s waste management system.The government has been working to develop five super-priority tourist destinations as part of its efforts to make the tourism industry one of the new drivers of the country’s economic growth. The destinations are Lake Toba, Borobudur in Central Java, Labuan Bajo in East Nusa Tenggara, Mandalika in West Nusa Tenggara and Likupang in North Sulawesi.Coordinating Maritime and Investment Minister Luhut Pandjaitan asked ministries in April to accelerate the Lake Toba villages’ development in July. “It’s already clear what should be done by each ministry and institution so that the coordination will be close, despite the physical distancing,” he said.The 10 villages will be located in Humbang Hasundutan regency, Toba regency and North Tapanuli regency.Arie said the government had also provided Rp 26 billion (US$1.8 million) in compensation to local residents whose land was to be affected by the project, which covers a total of 279 hectares.“We gave compensation for 255 land plots owned by 204 people. The Rp 26 billion budget is funded by the state budget and will be distributed to the people,” he said.The ministry’s tourism and creative economy deputy Odo Manuhutu expressed hope that the first phase of land acquisition would attract investment to the destination.“Hopefully, the investment will boost economic growth in the region, create jobs and give added value to the local economy,” he said, as quoted in the statement.The Toba caldera was recently named a UNESCO Global Geopark during the United Nations cultural body’s 209th plenary session in Paris on Tuesday.Read also: Lake Toba reopens for residents, not yet for domestic and foreign touristsToba Caldera Geopark is a home to 13 geosites with striking views, namely Tongging Sipiso-piso, Silalahi Sabungan, Haranggaol, Sibaganding Parapat, Eden Park, Balige Liong Spige Meat, Situmurun Blok Uluan, Hutaginjang, Muara Sibandang, Sipinsur Bakti Raja, Bakara Tipang, Tele Pangururan and Pusuk Buhit.Lake Toba, the world’s largest volcanic lake, was formed about 74,000 years ago by a supervolcanic eruption. The bottom of the caldera later filled with water, and it is currently the largest lake in Indonesia.The North Sumatra provincial administration is hopeful that the UNESCO recognition will help boost foreign tourist arrivals in the province. Topics :
September 28, 2020
They have joined Ofload’s pre-seed investor Flash Ventures at the company’s capitalisation table. Danish container shipping major A.P. Moller – Maersk has unveiled its investment in Australian tech startup Ofload, formerly called Loadsmile. “All supply chain stakeholders will benefit from Ofload’s technology, not least shippers looking to reduce their carbon footprint, as empty truck moves will be optimised,” Jeppe Hoier, Venture Partner at Maersk Growth, commented. “As part of this opportunity our business has re-branded to Ofload to better reflect our mission as a company: to offload the trucking industry of waste and increase transparency,” Ofload explained. According to Ofload, the strategic support from Maersk, and the fresh capital will help further fuel the company’s journey towards eliminating waste from the road freight industry. Maersk, through its venture arm Maersk Growth, has jointly with Germany’s Global Founders Capital (GFC) provided AU$2.8 million in seed funding to Ofload. Sydney-based Ofload was founded in February this year by former HelloFresh head of operations, Geoffroy Henry. It connects small and medium-size carriers with shippers, enabling shipments to be delivered more quickly and affordably by taking up what would have been empty space in delivery vehicles.
September 27, 2020
The Australian July 2019Family First Comment: Ssshhh – don’t tell the Greens or the Drug Foundation, but promoting drug free actually works. “A Queensland school that was panned for introducing mandatory drug testing seven years ago has hailed the policy a success, with its principal claiming it has helped students to resist societal pressures to take drugs.”A Queensland school that was panned for introducing mandatory drug testing seven years ago has hailed the policy a success, with its principal claiming it has helped students to resist societal pressures to take drugs.The Southport School on the Gold Coast attracted national headlines in 2012 when, looking for a new way to handle the issue of students dabbling with drugs, it unveiled the drug testing policy.“We had some issues that saw some boys expelled so we asked ourselves is there anything else we can do,” principal Greg Wain said.“I started looking around at drug prevention polices and found that a lot of education campaigns just weren’t working. Many (drugs) actually pique the boys’ interest because many of them think they’re 10-feet tall and bulletproof and are natural risk-takers.”The independent school, which counts a swag of elite athletes among its alumni, as well as former Queensland premier Rob Borbidge and Australian News Channel boss Paul Whittaker, is not alone in grappling with how to prevent teenage drug use.While drug testing in schools is not popular or widespread — Victoria’s Department of Education does not recommend it, while NSW does not permit it — recent revelations from the NSW inquiry into the drug-related deaths of young people at music festivals have many experts questioning the effectiveness of drug education programs.As part of the national health curriculum, schools are required to deliver drug education to students and each state sets its own drug education policy that includes dealing with drug-related incidents in schools.The prevailing approach is based on harm-minimisation and supporting young people who have drug issues.Mr Wain was initially opposed to drug testing students, concerned it would erode trust. However, the policy attracted overwhelming support from students and their families, who backed it on the condition that those who tested positive for the first time would be provided with confidential counselling. A second positive test results in expulsion. Now, on a Monday morning every few weeks, around 40 boys are selected to take a urine test. Two or three boys out of 900 record a positive test each year and since the policy’s introduction, four have been unable to stay off drugs and have been expelled.https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/southport-schools-drugtest-principal-feels-vindicated/news-story/046451c709af45bdf00d38f6f14c15caKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
September 23, 2020
AUBURN, Mich. – Double features are on tap this Friday, July 7 for Power Ball Night at Tri-City Motor Speedway and 200 grandstand seats will be given away complimentarily to race fans who were victims of recent flooding in the area.Did you go to bed Thursday to sprinkles and wake up Friday to a flood?Did you donate your wet carpet to the garbage truck?Did you cry over seeing your Rubbermaid plastic containers tipped over and your kids’ school projects and photos floating throughout your basement?Did you feel like you got punched in stomach when you looked out your window to the sight of your vehicle swimming in your yard?If so, you need a Flippin’ Break!#MyFamilyGotFloodedFriday #FlippinBreakWe’re tired of how the rain is negatively impacting our business and we also know we’ll have 200 unused seats in the grandstands this Friday, July 7 and we want to give your family a Flippin’ Break!Here’s what you need to do:Take a deep breath, it’s going to be okay.Select the number of tickets for your flooded family.Use the code FLIPPINBREAK at checkout and print the tickets (or show on phone if your printer went for a swim too.)Come to the races on Power Ball Night and show your best/worse/funniest flooded picture at check-in that you took on your phone. (We know you have a bunch, we do too.Enjoy an evening out watching action packed, family-friendly racing.Share this link with flooded families you know need a #FlippinBreak.
September 21, 2020
Press Association The Gunners were smarting after being beaten 2-0 at home by Bayern Munich on Wednesday night, when Mesut Ozil missed an early penalty and goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny was sent off. There was, though, no hangover as the Black Cats – who will face Manchester City in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley next weekend – were swept aside, recalled France forward Olivier Giroud netting twice in the opening 31 minutes. Manager Arsene Wenger feels Arsenal provided the required response from their Champions League disappointment by putting Sunderland to the sword 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium. Tomas Rosicky, replacing Ozil, who had a dead leg, swept in a well-crafted third just before half-time with defender Laurent Koscielny heading in number four on 57 minutes. Substitute Emanuele Giaccherini cracked home a late consolation for the visitors, but that did not take the shine off what was a very professional performance – watched by former Arsenal forward Dennis Bergkamp, who had earlier had a bronze statue unveiled outside the Clock End. “Against Bayern Munich, the target was to have a good performance and a good result. We only had the good performance. Of course we were very frustrated, but we had to transfer the positives that we got from this game,” said Wenger, whose side remain second, a point behind Chelsea following their dramatic stoppage-time win over Everton. “We have shown today we are capable of responding and that is the most important thing. “You see (Manchester) City had a difficult game, Chelsea had a difficult game so you see it is difficult for all the teams at the top, but we did the job well.” Wenger was pleased to see Giroud return to form, taking his Premier League tally to 12, the second of which followed a terrible back-pass from Argentina defender Santiago Vergini. “He gave a great response on the pitch and that’s what you want,” said the Gunners boss, who had left Giroud on the bench for two matches following a lack of form and revelations about his private life. “He didn’t talk – he just came back on the pitch, scored goals and gave an assist. There is no better way to show you are a good player.” Sunderland manager Gus Poyet felt his players had let themselves down with a below-par display which did little to boost their hopes of staying up, now a point adrift of safety in the bottom three. Captain John O’Shea accepts the Black Cats cannot afford many more bad days at the office if they are to pull clear of danger. “You’re fully aware coming to the Emirates that it can be a tough day, but we helped Arsenal out a little bit with the way we underperformed in the first half,” O’Shea told the club’s official website channel SAFSee. “It was very disappointing because of how we’d been performing away from home, going unbeaten for a few months.” O’Shea added: “It is a wake-up call for us, both in the league and ahead of next weekend. “We have to make sure we look at ourselves individually and collectively, dust ourselves down and go again.”
September 21, 2020
Peter Odemwingie scored his third goal in two games to equalise and four minutes later Peter Crouch took advantage of slack marking to put Stoke ahead. Leandro Bacuna and Nathan Baker both failed to clear their lines and Steven Nzonzi took full advantage, beating Brad Guzan from inside the box. Geoff Cameron rounded off the hammering in the final minute as Villa’s defence was stretched on the counter. Manager Paul Lambert had called on Villa to end an inconsistent season with a good run, but that seems unlikely if they put on more performances like this. Stoke, on the other hand, performed well, with Odemwingie a constant menace up front. Mark Hughes’ team, who had only won once on their travels before this weekend, leapfrogged Villa into 10th. Villa started just as they had ended last week’s game against Chelsea – on top. Lambert’s side exerted a lot of pressure on the Potters and it took just five minutes for Hughes’ men to buckle. Villa performed superbly to beat Chelsea last week, but on Sunday they thoroughly deserved a 4-1 beating. Christian Benteke gave Villa an early lead, but Stoke dominated thereafter. Press Association Ryan Bertrand found last week’s match-winner Fabian Delph, who muscled his way past his marker and pulled the ball back to Benteke and the Belgian took a touch to control before smashing a left-footed drive past Asmir Begovic. Delph and Bertrand combined well again, but no one could get on the end of the left-back’s low cross. Stoke started to come back into the game and Odemwingie was the main threat. The Nigerian bamboozled Baker and Ashley Westwood before curling a shot just over the bar. Odemwingie made no mistake with his finish moments later when he ran on to Crouch’s knock-down and slotted the ball past Guzan despite a last-ditch sliding tackle by Bertrand. Four minutes later Stoke took the lead. Erik Pieters won the ball off Bacuna and played a clever backheel to Marko Arnautovic. The midfielder brushed off a challenge and pulled the ball back to the unmarked Crouch, who beat Guzan with a simple side-footed finish. Things went from bad to worse for Villa when Karim El Ahmadi and Andreas Weimann hobbled off with injuries. The Villa boss replaced the duo with Marc Albrighton and Yacouba Sylla. Marc Wilson could have made it 3-1 but he misplaced a free header in the box. Stoke still managed to open up a two-goal lead before the break though and once again Villa’s defending was not up to scratch. Bacuna failed to deal with a simple lofted ball, allowing Arnautovic to run at the Villa back four. The Austrian winger then laid a weak pass in field which Baker diverted into the path of Nzonzi and he beat Guzan. Home fans left their seats to go for their half-time pie early. Many of those who remained booed their team off at the sound of the half-time whistle. Villa upped their game straight after the restart. Benteke went to ground in the box after the slightest of nudges in the back from Cameron. The striker and his manager appealed for a penalty but Mark Clattenburg shook his head. Benteke took his protest too far, shouting and pointing at the referee, who responded by showing the Belgian a yellow card. There was no sign of a Villa comeback thereafter. Their passing was woeful at times and Stoke had little trouble opening up the home defence. Odemwingie came in off the flank and fired a low drive that Guzan parried before Ron Vlaar hooked clear. The Villa captain missed a header at the other end. Lambert made a change, bringing on Grant Holt for Westwood. Hughes was also forced into a change when Pieters hobbled off with an injury. And the home fans left their seats en masse when Cameron turned home Arnautovic’s pass in the final minute. Stoke strolled to their first away win in seven months thanks to a woeful defensive display from Aston Villa.
September 19, 2020
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The 2019 Auctions saw some magnificent buys, with many unknown Indian players getting a massive sum of money. There were youngsters and some players who did well in the domestic Twenty20 leagues who fetched a good amount of money. This auction can indeed be labeled as the auction where Indian talent was rewarded. There were some foreign players who also got some benefits in this event. Out of all the 60 players who were sold in this auction, these set of players and their price made this event a truly memorable one. Here is the list of these ‘unknown’ players who shot into the limelight with big bucks.1.) Varun Chakravarthy – Rs 8.4 crore to Kings XI Punjab He was dubbed zero in school cricket. He quit the game and pursued a serious career in academics. One day, his interest in the game was rekindled. He dusted his kitbag and got back to work He helped Madurai Panthers to the Tamil Nadu Premier League title and ended up with 22 wickets in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. This is the story of Varun Chakaravarthy. Dubbed as the mystery spinner, Varun was the real star in the auction. After a heavy bid from Chennai Super Kings, Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals, Chakaravarthy was picked up by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 8.4 crore, the joint-highest bid for an Indian player with Jaydev Unadkat.Read More | IPL Auction: Varun Chakaravarthy creates sensation, sold for Rs 8.4 Cr2.) Shivam Dube – Rs 5 crore to Royal Challengers Bangalore He is being hailed as the ‘next Yuvraj Singh’ by former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar. The youngster smashed five sixes in an over twice in the year. In the Mumbai T20 League, he blasted Pravin Tambe for five sixes in an over while in the Ranji Trophy game between Mumbai and Baroda, he hit Swapnil Singh for five sixes in one over. With his big-hitting prowess and the small boundaries at the M Chinnaswamy stadium, Dube could have a massive impact in the 2019 tournament.Read More | IPL 2019 Auction: Unadkat, Sam Curran steals the show with big bucks3.) Prabhsimran Singh – Rs 4.8 crore to Kings XI PunjabThe age of 17 is not even a legal age to get a PAN card. However, Prabhsmiran Singh will have to think about getting a PAN card done quickly after going to Kings XI Punjab for Rs 4.8 crore. Prabhsimran had missed the ticket to the U-19 World Cup in New Zealand. He channeled his disappointments in the right direction by smashing 298 in a Punjab Inter Zonal competition. He played a big role in the U-19 Asia Cup triumph and had performed well in the Emerging Teams Cup for India where they lost to Sri Lanka.Read More | IPL 2019 Auction: Unadkat, Chakaravarthy and Curran steal the show4.) Akshdeep Nath – Rs 3.6 crore to Royal Challengers BangaloreAkshdeep Nath had gone unsold in the first two rounds of the IPL 2019 auction. However, when his name came in the accelerated auction bid, Akshdeep fetched big numbers and he went to Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 3.6 crore.5.) Prayas Ray Barman – Rs 1.5 crore to Royal Challengers BangaloreAt age 16, one is thinking of finishing high school with good grades. However, for Prayas Ray Barman, a 16-year-old from Bengal, he will now be wondering what to with the money that he has gotten from the auction when he went to Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 1.5 crore. The Bengal player is a legspinner who can bat a bit. His haul of 4/20 against Jammu and Kashmir put him in the spotlight and one hopes that he gets a chance to play with Kohli in the RCB squad in IPL 2019.
September 18, 2020
ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Anisa Mohammed has been included in the 13-member West Indies Women’s squad selected by Cricket West Indies (CWI) Interim Selection Panel, to play the three-match Colonial Medical Insurance One Day International (ODI) Series against Australia, starting on September 5 in Antigua.Anisa last played international cricket for the West Indies in the away tour against Pakistan in February. She is the fifth highest ODI wicket-taker in women’s cricket with 146 wickets and brings a wealth of experience to the Stafanie Taylor-led team.Currently ranked seventh in the ICC Women’s ODI Championship, the team will rely on its experienced players to fill the void left by Shakera Selman, Chedean Nation and Shemaine Campbelle, who have all been ruled out due to injury. Kyshona Knight, also included in the squad, adds to that experience having been a part of the ICC T20 Women’s World Cup-winning squad of 2016. Nineteen-year-old Guyanese medium-pacer Shabika Gajnabi has been included for the first time in the West Indies Women’s Squad.Three-time captain of the Guyana Under-19 Girls team, Shabika brings a patient composure and strong arm to the squad. With a top score of 77 in the CWI Women’s Championship earlier this year and a handy economy rate she gives Stafanie a bonus in both the batting and bowling lineups.CWI’s Interim Chairman of Selectors, Robert Haynes, offered his comments on the team’s selection, “The panel selected the best available players from the camp in Antigua over the last month, as a result of most of our senior players being unavailable due to injury.“We have included Anisa Mohammed and Kyshona Knight who have a lot of experience between them – which is required when playing against Australia, the top-ranked women’s team.”Haynes added, “As a result of the injuries to our senior players, it gave us the opportunity to select two of our younger players in Shabika Gajnabi and Karishma Ramharack to give the captain more options in the bowling department.”The West Indies Women will bowl off their home series against Australia in a day-night ODI at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua. The remaining two matches will be played at the Sir Vivian Richard Stadium, before the tour moves to the Kensington Oval in Barbados for the three T20 Internationals.Tickets are priced at just US$4/EC$10 in Antigua or US$5/BD$10 for Barbados to make it affordable for fans to come out and rally behind the West Indies Women. Tickets are available online from Saturday, August 24 via the Buy Tickets button on www.windiescricket.com . Local box offices at the stadiums will be open from September 3 in Antigua and in Barbados from September 12.FULL SQUAD: Stafanie Taylor (captain), Hayley Matthews (vice-captain), Reniece Boyce, Afy Fletcher, Chinelle Henry, Shamilia Connell, Stacy Ann King, Natasha McLean, Kycia Knight, Kyshona Knight, Anisa Mohammed Karishma Ramharack, Shabika Gajnabi.
September 17, 2020
Published on March 1, 2011 at 12:00 pm Steve Weeks remembers how just this past year, at the Big East championship in Jamesville, N.Y., the conditions were dreadful for most teams. But not for the Syracuse track team, which deals with awful weather on a consistent basis in training.Weeks said other Northeast teams at the meet had no idea how to handle the wet conditions, almost looking panicked and losing focus because of the weather and the effect it had on the course.For SU, though, it was just another day of running in miserable weather.‘It was snowy and wet and muddy,’ the senior Weeks said. ‘Just being able to train in this all the time is a huge advantage. You get on a dry course, and it makes it seem like you’re running really easy.’Running in snow, sleet and subzero temperatures makes SU one of the most battle-tested teams in the Big East. And it also makes it better.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘It makes it tougher, but in the long run, it’s an advantage, just because it makes us tougher,’ Weeks said.Senior Cassie White didn’t travel with the team when it ran in two meets in Kenosha, Wis., and Boston in the 2009 season. But White said she remembers her teammates showing her pictures of the rain-soaked conditions after they returned from the meet. The courses were less than manageable for most teams. But Syracuse isn’t most teams.White said SU was able to handle the course well because the team knows how to run in any temperature and weather.This winter, 151 inches of snow have fallen on Syracuse, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures average 21.7 degrees. Although the team acknowledges the consistent cold and precipitation helps them in the long run, the weather does sometimes get in the way of the team’s near-daily outdoor preparation.White has seen her share of slip-and-slides. So has distance runner Pat Dupont.‘When we get going fast outside sometimes, we’ll get on some trails that probably aren’t ready to be run yet, but we’re excited, so we go anyway,’ Dupont said. ‘There are some falls, and stuff happens.’Overall, the team just has to be more cautious on the trails and streets it runs down. When it gets unbearably cold, that’s when SU head coach Chris Fox pulls them inside. That’s usually when the temperatures dip below zero.Fox agrees with most of the members of his team that the weather toughens Syracuse. But he also takes the approach that it may hinder the Orange’s preparation.‘It’d be great if it was 75 degrees and sunny all the time, but it doesn’t hurt us,’ Fox said. ‘It slows us down a little bit. It puts us maybe a couple weeks behind schools that are in great weather, but it all equals out by May and June, which is important to us.‘It has no effect whatsoever during cross country.’The bleak weather also has no effect on recruits choosing to race at SU.When Dupont shows recruits around during their visits, it’s always a topic he brings up. He lets them know part of the year can be demanding to run in. Most of the time, prospective runners — even those who live on the West Coast or in the South — brush it off as a nonfactor.For those recruits who do consider it to be a factor, Dupont said SU probably isn’t the right place for them.‘If anybody is not going to come here because of the snow, we don’t really want them on our team,’ he said.Fox said the team signed one of the top runners from San Diego a few weeks ago. He said if a San Diego native is willing to run in Syracuse, it’s more about the allure of the SU program and not the threat of frostbite.‘If you can train here in the winter, you’re tough,’ Fox said. ‘And we like tough runners. We like our kids to be tough. We like our kids to be kind of not spoiled. Being here in February, you’re not being spoiled.’firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
September 16, 2020
Spring camp rolled on Tuesday for the USC football team as they hit the field once again, with only five practices left. This was their first practice after last Saturday’s scrimmage, which saw a less-than-impressive offensive showing. Much of today’s practice was devoted to fixing Friday’s mistakes, especially from the quarterbacks.Bouncing BackRedshirt sophomore quarterback Matt Fink participates in a throwing drill. Emily Smith | Daily TrojanThe scrimmage last week should have provided some much needed clarity on the quarterback depth chart. Instead, the disappointing performances of the prospective quarterbacks only raised more questions about the group’s future.“[The quarterbacks] were getting their eyes on the right spot,” head coach Clay Helton said about Saturday’s scrimmage. “They were just needing to get the ball out a little bit quicker.” Redshirt freshman Jack Sears had an especially rough outing, throwing two interceptions and struggling to connect on most of his passes. Redshirt sophomore Matt Fink was steadier, throwing no picks and completing many of his passes, yet he remained unspectacular, not taking shots down the field or attempting difficult throws. “We got a long way to go,” new quarterback coach Bryan Ellis said. “There were some positives, but when you come out and turn the ball over that many times, we’re not gonna win games doing that.” Ellis was more pleased with the passers’ progress on the field on Tuesday, though he still sees plenty of room for improvement. “We came out here and got a little better today,” Ellis said. Injury WatchSenior “predator” linebacker Porter Gustin continued his strong spring as he returns from the toe injury that kept him out for most of last season. Helton pointed out that “[Gustin] looks basically unblockable,” after he dominated offensive linemen for much of the day, including a would-be sack that would probably have sent the quarterback to the ER had it been a real game.Standout junior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. returned to practice after missing time last week due to a shoulder injury. After practice, Pittman proclaimed that his shoulder “has never been better,” going on to describe the injury as only a minor stinger. Pittman has had a solid spring camp, likely cementing his role as a starting receiver opposite redshirt sophomore Tyler Vaughns. “I’ve been adding more to my route running,” Pittman said. “Before, I kinda relied on my physicality, and now I feel like I’m trying to be more of a route runner so I can add that to my tool box.”Redshirt sophomore running back Vavae Malepeai performed well in practice, as he returns from a few minor injuries that have nagged him for the past week. He impressed in the run segments of practice, showing his normal power and burst.Senior offensive tackle Chuma Edoga was pulled from practice due to a lower back injury, while junior linebacker Jordan Iosefa suffered a knee injury and needed to be pulled from the field. Helton mentioned that Iosefa’s injury did not seem major.