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Get to know your Guyana Amazon Warriors

first_imgFull name: Steven KatwarooBorn: January 14, 1993, TrinidadCurrent age: 24 yearsPlaying role Wicketkeeper batsmanBatting style: Right-hand batFielding position: WicketkeeperThe stylish batsman is in his second year with the Guyana Amazon Warriors. He is yet to take the field but has great desire to showcase his talent in the “Biggest Party in Sport”.Steven Katwaroo“I really want to play my first game and stamp my name on the international set up. Also I want to win the Tournament for the first time”.There is much to know to about the 24 year-old since the man from the land of Hummingbird revealed, “I really want to share with everyone that I don’t drink alcohol nor smoke . I love movies, spending family time / girlfriend time and my dream job is owning a successful business. I eat anything that tastes good”.Katwaroo represented the West Indies under-19s at the 2012 Under-19 World Cup in Australia. He had made his senior debut for Trinidad and Tobago the previous season, aged 18, during the 2011–12 Regional Super50.“Any cricket fanatic who looked at our team will know we have some of the best players in world. All I will like to see is everyone come out and show their support and be with us to the end like last year!” , he statedThough he possesses most of text book cricket shots, the runs have not come consistently in his favour. From 11 List A matches he has a high score of 31 while in the First-class (4-day) his highest is 91 after playing 35 matches.Albeit, his stats are not made for good reading given his talent, he has great desire to prove all doubters wrong, youthful exuberance as such would be handy for the Warriors.last_img read more

 

‘Do you want to win the league Manchester City? Sign John Terry in January’

first_imgHarry Redknapp believes Manchester City would win the Premier League if they signed John Terry in the January transfer window.The Chelsea captain has been used sparingly this season under Antonio Conte as the Blues sit seven points clear at the top of the table.Terry started all four of his side’s opening league games before losing his place in the team, following a change of system and the return of David Luiz to west London in a deadline day transfer.And with Pep Guardiola’s City struggling to keep clean sheets, Redknapp has urged the former Barcelona boss to consider a move for the 36-year-old.“I’m still a great John Terry fan. What he can offer in the dressing room and on the pitch, I think he’d be fantastic short term,” Redknapp told the Jim White show on talkSPORT.“Do you want to win the league? I’ll tell you what I’d do; go and take John Terry for a season. Play him at the back with Stones – he would learn so much from playing with John Terry week in week out.“They took Frank [Lampard] who was a legend at Chelsea, I’d take John Terry all day for a season, he’d do fantastic for them.“Arsenal would take him, he could win the league for anyone. Tottenham don’t need him, their centre-backs are strong at the back. He’s worth his weight in gold. Get someone alongside him with a bit more pace.“John Terry reads the game, he’s a leader, he’s a winner, he’s good in the dressing room, he’s a captain – I’d have him all day long.”City have kept three clean sheets in the league this season and have been without captain Vincent Kompany for the majority of the campaign, with the Belgian suffering numerous injury setbacks.That has left summer signing John Stones playing alongside Nicolas Otamendi and other makeshift partners in the centre of the Citizens defence. And Redknapp believes that the Manchester club need to make defensive reinforcements to educate the 22-year-old.“When Man City have [Vincent] Kompany playing they’re a different side – there’s no doubt – their record will tell you that.“Three or four of the top teams, the back-fours don’t fill you with a great deal of confidence. There’s obviously a shortage of great defenders. Going forward, they have a lot of good players and they look excellent, like most of the other teams in the top six.“I’m a big John Stones fan and I’d have him in my team – but it’s finding a partner for him – whether they go out in the window and get a [Jose] Fonte or a [Virgil] van Dijk, they would be top of my list of the players who are playing in this country at the moment.”last_img read more

 

West Ham and Everton icon reveals on talkSPORT he suffered brain haemorrhage in July

first_img appointed talkSPORT Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Derby vs Cardiff (Friday, 7:45pm) – talkSPORT 2Liverpool vs Newcastle (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORTFulham vs West Brom (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORT 2Tottenham vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) – talkSPORT 2Norwich vs Man City (Saturday, 5:30pm) – talkSPORTHuddersfield vs Sheffield Wednesday (Sunday, 12pm) – talkSPORT 2Barnsley vs Leeds (Sunday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORT on target Check out all the live commentaries coming up across the talkSPORT network this week deals “I’m in my room the night before not doing anything out of the ordinary, and I got a small pain to begin with in the middle of my forehead, and within five minutes it was the worst headache of my life.“I then had really severe neck pains, and through the night I was sick four times.“Obviously I’m meant to be working in the morning.“I rang my missus and told her I’d been ill through the night and she asked if there was anyone at the hotel. Luckily for me Phil Thompson was there, so I rang him and asked him to come to my room.“So he came to my room and said, ‘wow, you look awful!’ stalemate Steve Round reveals how Mikel Arteta convinced him to join Arsenal staff “Thommo arranged for a doctor to come to me as I was in bed, and they transferred me to West Middlesex Hospital where they did a brain scan on me.“Originally they though I had meningitis which was scary, and then they found I had a small bleed on my brain – basically a small brain haemorrhage.“Immediately I was transferred to Charing Cross Hospital, and I can’t speak highly enough of the nurses and doctors; they were unbelievable at both West Middlesex and Charing Cross.“They did all the tests… I had a lumbar puncture, I had an angiogram, I had an MRI scan. They wanted to check because I could have had an aneurysm, I could have had a stroke, I could have had a heart attack – I could have dropped dead.“I was lucky, even though they said it was a major trauma. Ian Holloway thinks Arsenal have made a mistake in hiring Mikel Arteta Tony Cottee has opened up on the brain haemorrhage he suffered earlier this year while alone in a hotel room LIVE on talkSPORT “If you experience that pain in your forehead and neck, you’ve got to go to the hospital.“I knew I was in trouble, and when you’re in a hotel on your own… I couldn’t walk or drive to the hospital, so I just had to wait until morning.“For the first time, and hopefully only time, in my life I was really worried. It was a scary time.“But everyone around me was really supportive and I think it’s good to talk about it just to get it out my system.“And to make others aware. We are of a certain generation where we don’t go to the doctors or the hospital unless it’s an emergency.“But at times I think you need to do it.”You can watch Tony Cottee’s full interview with talkSPORT, above latest rookie error 2center_img Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Former West Ham, Everton and England striker Tony Cottee has revealed he suffered a brain haemorrhage earlier this year during an exclusive interview with talkSPORT.Cottee, who scored almost 300 goals during a superb 19-year career, opened up on his health scare while co-hosting Wednesday’s Sports Breakfast with Alan Brazil.He revealed that what started as a small pain in his forehead ended up being something much more serious, and resulted in him being hospitalised in early July.Cottee said: “July 8 this year, I was meant to be filming an advert for Sky. I was staying in London because it’s a long way for me to get in for 8:30am. targets “I can’t fly for the rest of the year, and I had to have six weeks’ rest. I couldn’t work while waiting for the results to come through.“They said they are confident it was a one-off; they said you can have a one-off experience and never have it again.“They don’t know [what brought it on], but it’s been a bit of a wake-up call to be honest.“I’m 54 and I had four medicals before last Christmas and I was fine – there was nothing. But within eight months I’m in hospital and it was really worrying.“Tony Gale is a really good friend of mine and he was really good, bringing my wife to the hospital.“I didn’t tell everyone what happened because I’m not that type of guy. I’m a bit old school; if you’re ill you get on with it and deal with it and move on. Chelsea fan arrested for allegedly racially abusing Heung-min Son Spurs investigation into alleged racial abuse of Rudiger is so far ‘inconclusive’ What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS update 2 statement BIG PRESENTS UP TOP Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship Cottee revealed his health scare while co-hosting Wednesday’s Sports Breakfast with Big Al Liverpool transfer news live: Star man wanted by Real Madrid, Mbappe latest and more last_img read more

 

Where the Startups Are, By Zip Code

first_imgTags:#Analysis#start audrey watters As part of our “Never Mind the Valley” series here, we often feature communities outside the Silicon Valley that have become thriving centers for entrepreneurship. We’ve profiled cities like Boston, Montreal, and Austin.Sometimes we notice there’s a flurry of startup activity in a particular location that warrants coverage, and sometimes we’re pitched stories about these locations. (And you should feel free to pitch us as to why your city should be featured, particularly if you’re outside the U.S.) But as great as these sources for stories are, neither offer any sort of scientific method for pointing to the cities that are the best locations for startups.In a blog post yesterday, VC Brad Feld wrote about the “entrepreneurial density” of Boulder, a city often noted as being a startup hotbed. He writes,“Entrepreneurial density isn’t just the “number of entrepreneurs per capita”, but it’s the “number of people that work at entrepreneurial companies per capita.” It gets even bigger when you include students and calculate the “(number of people that work at entrepreneurial companies + the number of students) per capita. As ED = ((entrepreneurial_emps + students) / adults) approaches 1, you get complete entrepreneurial saturation. I’m going to guess that Boulder’s Entrepreneurial Density using this equation is somewhere between 0.50 and 0.75, but this is just a guess. I’m curious if anyone out there has a real way to calculate this.”Responding to the challenge is Pete Warden, who has used Crunchbase and US Census data to provide an answer.According to Warden’s figures, the top zip codes for money raised per person are:CA 94104 – $629m total – $1,681,925 per personCA 94304 – $2,822m total – $1,656,031 per personCA 94105 – $972m total – $472,540 per personMA 02142 – $1,013m total – $448,833 per personIL 60606 – $739m total – $439,744 per personAnd the top zip codes for company per person are:CA 94104 – 87 companies – 0.233 per personCA 94105 – 173 companies – 0.084 per personCA 95113 – 24 companies – 0.044 per personMA 02142 – 73 companies – 0.032 per personMA 02210 – 19 companies – 0.032 per personUsing his OpenHeatMap tool, there are, of course, maps of the information. And Warden has open-sourced the code and the data so that others can work with it.Warden admits that it’s a “crude approach,” but nevertheless, it’s interesting to see how the numbers may or may not patch our perceptions of entrepreneurial hot spots. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…center_img A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more

 

Officials discuss Rocheport I-70 bridge funding plans

first_img(Missourinet) Local and state officials this week discussed the best way to fix up the Missouri River Bridge at Rocheport.The bridge either needs to be replaced, or it needs a big rehab that would cause major delays on I-70.MoDot’s Patrick McKenna says the governor’s $350 million bond plan for bridges would not go toward a replacement, but it would make the state eligible for matching federal INFRA grants that could cover it.“What we are doing is using the governor’s plan as kind of a Hail Mary,” McKenna said. “It makes us eligible to participate in this INFRA grant, and in a competitive way.”The Missouri House budget does not include the Governor’s bond idea. It sets aside $100 million in general revenue for roads and bridges. McKenna says that’s not enough to make the state eligible for the federal grant.last_img read more

 

Sunnybrook Cuts Costs and Meets Density and Power Requirements with Intel® Xeon® Processors

first_imgDownload NowCaring for a million patients a year, Toronto-based Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre faced rising demand for services—but its main data center was reaching capacity. By virtualizing on Intel® Xeon® processors 5600 series and upgrading the data center’s cooling technology, Sunnybrook doubled the number of racks its data center can support and significantly reduced energy consumption. Sunnybrook saves tens of thousands of dollars each year on electricity costs and earned a one-time Data Centre Incentive Program (DCIP) incentive award of CAD 33,360 from its utility provider, Toronto Hydro Electric System Ltd.“Our ability to consolidate more virtual guests on fewer physical hosts has increased, not only because of software advances, but because of Intel’s advances in multi-core performance,” explained Oliver Tsai, director of information technology for Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. “The net result is that we’re able to pack a tremendous amount of compute power into a very dense server rack setup in our renovated data center.”To read all about it, download our new Sunnybrook business success story.last_img read more

 

Manchester United striker Wilson joins Brighton on loan

first_imgManchester United striker James Wilson has joined Championship side Brighton and Hove Albion on loan for the rest of the season, the second division club said.The 19-year-old has made only two appearances for United this season, coming on as a substitute in the 3-0 defeat by Arsenal on October 4 and starting in the Capital One (League) Cup loss to Middlesbrough on October 28.Wilson joins a Brighton team that are unbeaten in the Championship this season and lie second in the table, behind Hull City on goal difference.”We have been keen to add a striker, and James has been our number one target for some time, so we are absolutely delighted to have completed the deal,” Brighton manager Chris Hughton told the club’s website.”He is an exciting young striker, and we hope that this move will prove to be very good for all parties involved.”He is very highly thought of at Old Trafford and he has been in and around the first-team picture at Manchester United since Ryan Giggs gave him his debut the season before last.”I now hope he will help us maintain our excellent start to the season, and bring additional goals to the squad.”Wilson is contracted to United until 2019.last_img read more

 

African football legend Samuel Eto’o not eyeing politics for now

first_imgSamuel Eto’o is up there with George Weah as an African great on the football field, but he says he has no plans to follow the Liberian into politics “for the moment”. “Everyone wants me to go into politics, but there won’t be 10 million Weahs,” Eto’o said in an exclusive interview with AFP. Weah, the only African player to win the Ballon d’Or, became president of Liberia in January 2018. “Everyone is born with their own star. Everyone at some point gets involved in politics at their own level, but, for the moment, it doesn’t interest me.” The 38-year-old Cameroon legend recently brought the curtain down on a glittering playing career during which he won the UEFA Champions League twice with Barcelona and once more with Inter Milan. An idol in his homeland, Eto’o gave his backing to Paul Biya — who has ruled the country for 37 years — before his re-election in 2018. Biya is 86 and is dealing with a major crisis in Cameroon as a two-year secession drive by anglophone separatists has claimed thousands of lives. Main opposition leader Maurice Kamto walked free from jail earlier this month after a military court ordered his release at Biya’s behest. Of his supposed political ambitions, Eto’o added: “A lot of people might be saying that it’s an idea I have, but I say to them it doesn’t exist in my mind at the moment. “But every citizen has the right. If you want to stand, nobody is going to stop you. But in our country it is as though it is something reserved for certain people. Personally it is not an objective.” The two-time Africa Cup of Nations winner says he wants to move into coaching, although he has also taken a role with the Confederation of African Football. “My role is to lobby the different federations to convince them to adhere to the work being done by president (Ahmad) Ahmad,” he said. Catch up on all the latest sports news and updates here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoeverlast_img read more

 

Road Improvements for Cumberland County

first_imgTRANSPORTATION/PUBLIC WORKS–Road Improvements for CumberlandCounty Better roads are coming for residents of Cumberland County. A tender call has recently been announced to repave about 10kilometres of Trunk 6 from the town line at Amherst east toRipley Loop. “This project is part of our investment in building better roadsfor the people of Nova Scotia,” said Ron Russell, Minister ofTransportation and Public Works. “Repaving Trunk 6 will mean astronger road for residents and tourists.” The tender closes Friday, June 4 and work is expected to becompleted by Sept. 30. This announcement follows a $1.4-million commitment to repavepart of Route 209, also in Cumberland County. The Department of Transportation and Public Works highwaysdivision manages more than 23,000 kilometres of roads in NovaScotia. It maintains an inventory of 4,100 bridges and operatesseven provincial ferries. Staff provide services from districtoffices in Bridgewater, Bedford, Truro and Sydney.last_img read more

 

Being socially active linked to lower dementia risk

first_imgBeing more socially active in 50s and 60s is associated with a lower risk of developing dementia later on, a new research has found. “People who are socially engaged are exercising cognitive skills such as memory and language, which may help them to develop cognitive reserve – while it may not stop their brains from changing, cognitive reserve could help people cope better with the effects of age and delay any symptoms of dementia,” said senior author Gill Livingston, Professor at University College London. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainThe research, published in the journal PLOS Medicine, used data from the “Whitehall II” study, tracking 10,228 participants who had been asked on six occasions between 1985 and 2013 about their frequency of social contact with friends and relatives. The same participants also completed cognitive testing from 1997 onwards, and researchers referred to the study participants’ electronic health records up until 2017 to see if they were ever diagnosed with dementia. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardFor the analysis, the research team focused on the relationships between social contact at age 50, 60 and 70, and subsequent incidence of dementia, and whether social contact was linked to cognitive decline, after accounting for other factors such as education, employment, marital status and socioeconomic status. The researchers found that increased social contact at age 60 is associated with a significantly lower risk of developing dementia later in life. The analysis showed that someone who saw friends almost daily at age 60 was 12 per cent less likely to develop dementia than someone who only saw one or two friends every few months. They found similarly strong associations between social contact at ages 50 and 70 and subsequent dementia. “Spending more time with friends could also be good for mental wellbeing, and may correlate with being physically active, both of which can also reduce the risk of developing dementia,” added Livingston.last_img read more