Joint venture: Messer invests in Malaysia

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Heavyweight Boxing Champion Wilder Sentenced For Marijuana Possession

first_imgWBC Heavyweight Boxing Champion Deontay Wilder has paid a huge price for his exuberance after he was sentenced to 60 hours of community service for being in possession of Marijuana.The 32-year old became a world heavyweight champion for the first time in 2015 thus ending America’s nine-year wait for one. He has been touted as a potential opponent to British boxer Anthony Joshua in what promises to be a blockbuster however he will have to sort out the off ring mess he has created for himself before he’ll be able to come back into it.Relatedlast_img read more

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2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championship preview- Know all the 10 members

first_imgMary Kom wins her sixth World Boxing championshipsAdvertisement kcv9NBA Finals | Brooklyn VszowWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Emxgf( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6y7Would you ever consider trying this?😱5bd1mzCan your students do this? 🌚nznsRoller skating! Powered by Firework The 2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championship began today at New Delhi. However, the Indian contingent will be action from tomorrow with Mary Kom leading the charge. India last hosted the tournament at 2006 when they topped the table with 4 gold medals.Advertisement Mary Kom will lead India at the coveted championshipsHere are the 10 Indian boxers that would be representing the nation and all you need to know about them.MC Mary Kom (48 kg)The Olympic bronze-medallist has already won five World titles and will be eyeing her sixth World Championship gold.Advertisement Pinki Rani Jangra (51kg)Pinki Jagra is most notably known for ousting Mary Kom in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in the 51kg category. She went on to win bronze for the country at the event and was a quarterfinalist at the 2014 edition of the tournament.Manisha Moun (54kg)Manisha Moun was introduced to the game only at 2012, but her opponents can’t take her lightly in the bantamweight category.Advertisement Sonia Lather (57kg)At the 2016 edition of the Women’s World Boxing Championships, Sonia stumbled at the final hurdle and picked up the silver medal. This time, she will settle for nothing but gold.Laishram Sarita Devi (60kg)Most of the boxing fans will recognize her as the one who refused to accept her bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games. However, Sarita Devi is more than that as she won gold when India hosted the event in 2006.Simranjit Kaur (64kg)Simranjit won bronze for India at the 2013 World Youth Championships in the 60 kg category. She has upgraded to the 64kg category and will be raring to bag a medal at that.Lovlina Borgohian (69kg)Lovlina initially wanted to be a kickboxer. But, she gained more traction in the boxing world and even won a gold medal at the Indian Open held earlier this year.Saweety Boora (75kg)Like the previous name, Saweety too began her sporting career by playing a different sport- kabaddi. But, she switched to boxing and won the silver at the 2014 World Championships.Bhagyabati Kachari (81kg)Moving on to the heavyweights, India will be represented by Bhagyawati Kachari who won bronze at the 2012 Asian Boxing Women’s Boxing ChampionshipsSeema Poonia (81+kg)The last but not the least, Seema Poonia will represent India at the super-heavyweight category. She won bronze for India at the 2017 Asian Boxing Championships.   Advertisementlast_img read more

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Pony springs into life

first_imgSPRING has sprung. This Shetland pony foal was born last week at the Bessie Creek Pony Stud, and snapped at…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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Firies biggest fan

first_imgIt’s hard to know exactly what career path you want to take when you’re just four-years-old, but little Sebastian is…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Mitchell Clarke last_img

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Galway Feile Football Results and Fixtures

first_imgU14 Football Féile 2019 – Niall McGinn Cup (Division 1) The 2019 Galway U14 Football Feile started with a full round of group games last night in the Niall McGinn and Tommy Kelly Cups, with two further group games today deciding who qualifies for this evening’s semi finals. The results were as follows: Roinn A- Round 1Caherlistrane 1-6 Annaghdown 2-3Claregalway 2-10 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-2Round 2 – Saturday 13th of April Claregalway 3-3 Annaghdown 0-1 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-4 Caherlistrane 2-1Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilAnnaghdown v Mountbellew/Moylough in Knockdoemore at 12.30pmClaregalway 3-6 Caherlistrane 1-2Claregalway Win Group ARoinn B – Round 1Clifden 3-5 Micheal Breathnach 1-6Killannin 2-6 Maigh Cuillin 0-7Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMicheal Breathnach 2-2 Maigh Cuillin 2-3Clifden 1-2 Killannin 1-7Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilMichael Breathnach 1-4 Killanin 3-3Clifden 2-5 Maigh Cuillin 3-4Killanin Win Group BRoinn C – Round 1Oranmore/Maree 0-9 St. Michael’s 2-2Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6 Barna 0-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilSalthill/Knocknacarra 1-3 Oranmore/Maree 0-6Barna 0-2 St Michaels 0-5Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilSalthill/Knocknacarra 1-3 St Michaels 0-5Oranmore/Maree 1-7 Barna 1-3Oranmore/ Maree 0-3 Salthill Knocknacarra 0-2Salthill Knocknacarra win Group CRoinn D – Co-Ordinator- Martin CollinsRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilCorofin 3-7 Loughrea 0-3Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilBallinasloe 3-4 Loughrea 7-7Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilCorofin 10-7 Ballinasloe 0-1Corofin Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilClaregalway v Killanin in Knockdoemore at 6pmSalthill Knocknacarra v Corofin in The Prairie at 6pmFinal – Saturday 17th of AprilWinner of Claregalway v Killanin v Winner of Salthill Knocknacarra v Corofin in Kenny Park at 4pmU14 Football Feile 2019- Tommy Kelly Cup (Division2)Roinn A – Round 1Craughwell 1-9 Headford 1-1Kinvara 4-5 Oranmore Maree B 0-3Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilCraughwell 1-3 Oranmore/Maree B 3-1Kinvara 2-5 Headford 0-0Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilHeadford 1-4 Oranmore Maree B 0-3Kinvara 6-6 Craughwell 1-1Kinvara Win Group ARoinn B – Round 1Kilconly 5-12 Salthill/Knocknacarra B 1-2Dunmore McHales 0-11 Cortoon Shamrocks 1-2Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilKilconly 2-4 Cortoon Shamrocks1-1Salthill/Knocknacarra B 4-3 Dunmore MacHales 4-9Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilKilconly 0-4 Dunmore MacHales 4-5Cortoon Shamrocks 0-4 Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-3Dunmore Win Group BRoinn C – Round 1Tuam Stars 6-8 Monivea/Abbey 1-1Athenry 6-6 Claregalway B 1-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMonivea/Abbey Athenry Claregalway B 0-4 Tuam Stars 5-2Round 3- Saturday 13th of April Tuam Stars 1-4 Athenry 0-0Monivea/Abbey v Claregalway B in Monivea at 1.15pmTuam Stars Win Group CRoinn D – Round 1Leitir Mór 8-8 An Spideal 7-2St James 3-4 Oughterard 0-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilAn Spideal 3-4 Oughterard 2-1St James 1-2 Leitir Mór 1-0Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilOughterard 1-5 Leitir Moir 3-1An Spideal 1-4 St James 1-1An Spideal Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilDunmore v Kinvara in Kilconly at 6pmTuam Stars v An Spideal in Monivea at 6pmFinal – Saturday 17th of AprilWinner of Semi-Final 1 v Winner of Semi-Final 2 in Kenny Parkat 3pmU14 Football Feile 2019 – St. Columba’s Credit Union Cup (Division 3)Roinn A – Co-Ordinator – Liam DonoghueRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilMenlough 0-6 Killererin 2-8Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMenlough 4-4 Tuam Stars B 4-2Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilKillererin v Tuam Stars B in Barnaderg at 1pmKillererin Win Group ARoinn B – Co-Ordinator- Stephen NearyRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilAnnaghdown B 2-7 Northern Gaels 3-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilSt. Brendans 4-3 Annaghdown B 3-3Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilNorthern Gaels v St. Brendans in Glenamaddy at 1pmSt. Brendans Win Group BRoinn C- Proinnsias GlynnRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilCaltra v Miltown in Miltown at 11amRound 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMiltown v Barna B in Miltown at 12noonRound 3- Saturday 13th of AprilCaltra v Barna B in Miltown at 1pmMilltown Win Group CRoinn D- Co-Ordinator – Brendan McNeelaRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilClonbur v Maigh Cuillin B W/ORound 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilCarna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh W/O v Clonbur in Moycullen at 12noonRound 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilCarna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh v Maigh Cuillin B in Moycullen at 1pm Carna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilKillererin v St. Brendans in Barnaderg at 6pmMilltown v Carna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh in Miltown at 6pmFinal- Sunday 17th of AprilWinner of Semi-Final 1 v Winner of Semi-Final 2 in KennyPark at 2pmprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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12 days agoMan Utd, Liverpool target Kai Havertz admits Low transfer influence

first_imgMan Utd, Liverpool target Kai Havertz admits Low transfer influenceby Paul Vegas12 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz says he’ll speak to Germany coach Joachim Low for advice on his transfer.Bayern Munich, Manchester United and Liverpool have all been attributed with interest in the 20-year-old, who starred for Germany in their recent draw with Argentina.The attacking midfielder netted 20 goals across all competitions for Bayer last season and is seen as one of the next big things on the continent, leading to rising interest in his signature.“I listen to many people but in the end it will be my decision. “I will embrace any advice Low will give me because he has a lot experience – it wouldn’t be smart to not listen to him,” he said. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Photo: Mike Trout, A Duke Fan, Pranked His Angels Teammate, Utah Alum C.J. Cron

first_imgDuke cheerleaders carry school flags onto the court.OMAHA, NE – MARCH 25: The Duke Blue Devils cheerleaders carry their schools flags on to the court prior to the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Midwest Regional against the Kansas Jayhawks at CenturyLink Center on March 25, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim star outfielder Mike Trout might just be the best player in baseball. A first-round draft pick out of Millville (N.J.) High School in 2009, Trout never attended college. He had been committed to East Carolina but eschewed the college route to begin his promising pro career. Apparently, the 23-year-old Trout has adopted Duke as his college basketball program of choice. Trout’s Blue Devils will take on Utah tomorrow in the Sweet 16, and he decided to have some spring training fun at the expense of his Utah alum teammate, 1B/DH C.J. Cron. Still can’t believe Utah alum @CCron24 would root against his team !! #DukeNation pic.twitter.com/TidR1szKuO— Mike Trout (@Trouty20) March 26, 2015The Blue Devils are definitely favored tomorrow night, but it remains to be seen whether Trout or Cron will have the last laugh in the Angels’ locker room.last_img read more

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Kosovo to tax international branded goods made in Serbia

first_imgPRISTINA, Kosovo — Kosovo’s government has extended a 100-per cent tax on Serb imports to all international brand goods produced in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.The new decision was taken Friday at a Cabinet meeting. It is expected to affect goods including auto products, food, construction materials and computer devices, and affect companies including Samsung, Panasonic and Coca-Cola.In November Kosovo set regional tensions soaring when it introduced the 100-per cent tax on Serb imports, saying it won’t be lifted until Belgrade recognizes its sovereignty and stops preventing it from joining international organizations.The European Union, which facilitates a Pristina-Belgrade dialogue to normalize their ties, has called on Pristina to revoke that decision.Serbia does not recognize Kosovo’s 2008 independence and will not sit down for talks until Pristina lifts the tariff.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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