Recently, the Culinary Heritage of the Split-Dalmatia County was presented in the Split-Dalmatia County, which became a member of the network, Regional Culinary Heritage Europe, which was developed in Sweden and Denmark in 1995.Specifically, it is about obtaining an internationally recognized gastro label that is a trademark of regional food and culinary tradition that guarantees a unique standard, but also opens up a number of opportunities for the presentation of indigenous products in foreign markets. Split-Dalmatia County is the holder of membership in Culinary Heritage Europe, and the Development Agency of Split-Dalmatia County, JU RERA coordinates the entire project. Thus, those who have the label become ambassadors of the Culinary Heritage of the Split-Dalmatia County.” The facilities that have this sign guarantee that its products grew under our sun, in our country, in our sea and rivers, and that they were prepared by our hands and in our way.“Points out Ivanka Luetić Boban, expert associate JU RERA and points out that we are part of a large family of culinary heritage across Europe made up of 1505 members from 44 regions. Each member receives a label that should be placed in a visible place and in this way he guarantees the authenticity and tradition of his gastronomic offer, and visibility for foreign tourists who have already recognized the label from long European countries.One of the main goals of the project is to revive and encourage the development of regions through indigenous culinary heritage, production of indigenous traditional products and include them in the local catering and tourism offer with special emphasis on rural households, which ultimately results in increased competitiveness and visibility. So far, 28 business entities in the Split-Dalmatia County have been members that have met the required criteria, and all articles are translated into 20 foreign languages and are included in the common web project platform.All this has a strong impact on the development of tourism in general, economic development with emphasis on the inclusion of local agricultural products in the catering offer, increasing employment of local people and general care for the environment and individual health, but also demographic renewal.The increase in views of our site since we joined has increased by 900%, which only speaks of how membership was a good move, says Luetic Boban and adds that thanks to the rich history of Split-Dalmatia County has a very diverse cuisine because many who “stayed” here left its impact. “It is our one great treasure, and our indigenous food is what makes us different. It is precisely our trump card, in addition to the beauty of the country, to offer that taste of food and drink that is unique and that the guest will taste and carry the memory of it. We have to offer what guests will not be able to eat or drink anywhere. ” concludes Luetić Boban and adds that they want to include other counties in Croatia in this project, in order to promote our indigenous cuisine and wealth throughout Europe.Among the members are five protected intangible cultural assets of the Republic of Croatia: Sinjska arambaša, hrapoćuša cake, macaroni cake, Poljica soparnik, vitalac, and soon they hope to protect varenik, bikle and Imotski cake. You can follow the project through Facebook pages.The ultimate goal in tourism can be summed up – to offer guests what has grown in our country, under our sun, in our sea and rivers and prepared in our way. This is exactly the main ingredient of tourism – authenticity. Because the motive for travel is to get to know a new way and culture of living. Let’s be what we are – Croats. It must be our main tourist product, our authentic story, not a copy.Become an ambassador of the Culinary Heritage of the Split-Dalmatia County, the invitation is open to everyone.
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The postponements come amid growing fears that the virus will spread in the United States as countries report new infections, companies announce curbs on employees’ travel and global stock markets continue to plummet.The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States is still relatively small at around 60, most of them repatriated American passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship that docked in Japan.The coronavirus outbreak started in China late last year. The latest World Health Organization figures indicate over 82,000 people have been infected, with more than 2,700 deaths in China and 57 deaths in 46 other countries.While the outbreak appears to be easing in China, it has surged elsewhere and countries other than China now account for about three-quarters of new infections.China is not a member of ASEAN, which groups Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.Although the State Department has repeatedly stated that ASEAN is at the heart of its strategy to maintain a “free and open Indo-Pacific” in the face of rising Chinese power, Trump’s decision not to attend the Bangkok meeting had raised questions about the US commitment to the region.Japan’s Nikkei Asian Review earlier this month quoted diplomatic sources as saying that leaders from Vietnam, Laos, Singapore, Cambodia and Thailand had planned to attend the Las Vegas summit. The United States has decided to postpone a meeting with leaders of Southeast Asian countries it had planned to host on March 14 due to worries about the coronavirus outbreak, two US officials familiar with the matter said on Friday.President Donald Trump had invited leaders of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to meet in Las Vegas after he did not attend a summit with the group in Bangkok in November.”As the international community works together to defeat the novel coronavirus, the United States, in consultation with ASEAN partners, has made the difficult decision to postpone the ASEAN leaders meeting,” one of the sources, a senior administration official, told Reuters. The official added that the United States values its relationships with ASEAN member nations and looks forward to future meetings.A spokesperson for the US State Department provided an identical statement.The US-ASEAN Business Council said it was aware of the decision and said a major technology summit it was planning on the sidelines of the leaders’ meeting was also being postponed.”We look forward to working closely with US and ASEAN leadership to ensure the success of this important engagement at a later date,” the council’s vice president, Elizabeth Dugan, said in statement. Topics :
Detemple is not alone. Her pupils are among about 1.25 billion globally who cannot go to school as the coronavirus prompts countries to close borders, put citizens under lockdown and shut schools, factories and businesses.The EIB is asking its teachers to conduct their classes through the video web conferencing app Zoom. Minor teething problems aside, 14-year-old pupil Candice Lescure said the transition to a virtual learning environment had been smooth”It’s as if we’re in class,” she said, adding that the online lessons brought welcome contact with her friends.However, it has not been all straightforward in France. Assignments are being handed out via email, government education platforms, WhatsApp and even by post. Social media has been replete with parents pulling their hair out over dodgy internet connections, overloaded public portals, and the challenges of balancing day jobs and home-schooling.”We’re learning to live side-by-side,” Candice’s mother Marie said wryly.It is still not clear when schools will re-open.Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer said the favored scenario was for schools to resume on May 4, after the Easter holidays, if the public health situation allowed, and that he still wanted school-leavers to sit their baccalaureate exams.In the meantime, Detemple said, her role was also to help parents keep their children sane during the unprecedented lockdown.”They’re stuck at home, with their parents, unable to see their friends,” she said. “Here we can take them into another universe.” English teacher Carole Detemple had three days to tear up the teaching playbook as she knew it and create a virtual classroom in which to educate pupils confined to their Paris apartments by the coronavirus.As she swaps the whiteboard for a webcam, the pandemic sweeping Europe is forcing Detemple, who teaches at the International Bilingual School (EIB), to rethink how she holds her classes.”I’m someone who constantly throws out questions to my pupils. I want replies from them, but with 26 of them on a screen, raising or not a hand icon, it’s incredibly difficult. So I’m totally changing how I do things,” she said. Topics :
Even if the pandemic went away soon, eight of 10 people surveyed by Nielsen Indonesia said they did not yet want to go to shopping malls like they used to.Shopping centers are not the only business to observe a change in customer behavior. Lisa said Blibli’s customers were now demanding faster delivery.This had prompted the e-commerce company to provide same-day delivery options with the help of online ride-hailing companies Gojek and Grab Indonesia.“In the past, they were okay to receive the package using standard delivery,” said Lisa. “But I think when they are at home, you know, they become impatient.”A recent survey by management consulting company Redseer revealed that Indonesia’s e-commerce would grow 50 percent year-on-year to reach US$35 billion this year from $23 billion in 2019 as the virus has created a new normal in online shopping habits.Redseer Southeast Asia partner Roshan Raj Behera told The Jakarta Post in May that around 30 percent of the survey respondents said they were new to online marketplaces, 40 percent of whom said they would keep using e-commerce after the outbreak.“Our interviews with consumers reveal that there are also a lot of new consumers in groceries e-commerce,” Redseer Southeast Asia director Marigank Gutgutia said.More than half of the respondents had tried an e-groceries platform during the pandemic, he added.Topics : “I think the various categories within our platform provide some kind of balance,” Lisa said during an online discussion on Tuesday.The company offers 17 product categories by partnering with more than 100,000 businesses, enabling it to reap the benefits of the stay-at-home order.The coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 41,000 people nationwide as of Wednesday afternoon, has forced people to shop online to avoid contracting the virus in contact-intensive public places like markets or shopping centers.Shopping centers in Jakarta reported that the number of visitors had halved since the city imposed province-wide coronavirus restrictions, according to market research firm Nielsen Indonesia. E-commerce company Blibli has reported that sales of its grocery-shopping platform, Blibli Mart, jumped fivefold during the COVID-10 pandemic compared to normal days.Blibli executive vice president for operations Lisa Widodo said Tuesday that sales on the e-commerce platforms were rising during the outbreak because people were shopping from home to comply with the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) – which are now being phased out in some places, including Greater Jakarta.However, sales of some product categories, such as airline tickets and hotel bookings, had declined. She did not detail the figure of the sales.
Batesville, In. — The National Council for Home Safety and Security has released their list of the “Safest” Indiana communities. The report is based on information from the FBI Uniformed Crime Report. Cities and towns with populations less than 10,000 were not eligible.A link to the full study is here.
Since Darling’s first six in 1898, batsmen and the game of cricket have evolved in a major way. The advent of ODIs in 1971 made power-hitting the essential tool of survival in cricket while the explosion of Twenty20 and many global leagues have made six-hitting the norm for entertainment. In ODIs, Shahid Afridi of Pakistan is the leading six-hitter with 351 sixes from 398 games. He is the only batsman to hit over 300 sixes in the ODI format. For India, MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma are the leading six-hitters.Read More | Cricket South Africa’s official Twitter handle hackedIn Twenty20 Internationals, Chris Gayle of West Indies and Martin Guptill of New Zealand are the ultimate six-hitters with 103 each. While Guptill achieved the feat in 76 games, Gayle has taken just 56 games for this feat.In Tests, only players in history have scored over 100 sixes in the format. Adam Gilchrist of Australia was the first player in history to reach 100 sixes during the Test match against Sri Lanka in Hobart in 2007. In 2016, Brendon McCullum shattered Gilchrist’s record to achieve the most sixes in Test history. In his final game in Christchurch against Australia, McCullum blasted a century off just 54 balls, the fastest in Tests and his 145 off 79 balls included 21 fours and six sixes, which took him past Gilchrist’s tally. In the second innings, he hit another six to finish on 107 sixes as he ended his career in style.For India, Virender Sehwag has the most sixes with 91 in 104 Tests while in Twenty20 Internationals, Rohit has hit 98 sixes in 90 games and he has a chance to go past 100 in the upcoming three-match series against New Zealand. Interestingly, no batsman has hit over 100 sixes in all three formats. Gayle is the nearest with 98 sixes in Tests but it will be interesting whether the West Indies dasher will play another Test. New Delhi: The six is one of the most important and entertaining numbers in the game of cricket. Fans throng to the stadium to see sixes which sail over the boundary ropes and into the stands. The Twenty20 format, the shortest in this game, was built upon the promise of big sixes on a consistent basis. For a batter, the six is considered the ultimate number as it showcases his/her attacking prowess and big-hitting ability. However, for cricket fans, the common question is when was the first six ever hit in cricket? The answer is today. On January 14, about 121 years ago, the first-ever six in cricket was hit in the 55th Test match which was ever-played.Joe Darling, playing for Australia in the Test match against England in Adelaide in 1898, hit a shot that sailed out of the Adelaide Oval. Interestingly, any hit that would go over the boundary at that time was considered five runs instead of six but the rule was later changed to make it six runs. This was the first six ever hit in Test cricket without the aid of overthrows. Things became even better for Darling as he hit a magnificent 178 and the knock included 26 fours and three sixes. Significantly, he notched up his century by hitting another six as Australia won by an innings and 13 runs as they won the five-match series 4-1.Read More | Jadhav shares a cup of tea with Dhoni, Dhawan, takes a ‘subtle dig’ For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Joey Logano is enjoying a strong start to the NASCAR Cup season.Logano won for the second time in three weeks by holding off Kevin Harvick over the final two laps after an overtime restart at Phoenix Raceway. Logano overcame several tough moments, including a pit-road penalty for an uncontrolled tire and a broken jack during another stop.Kyle Busch was third, followed by Kyle Larson and Clint Bowyer.The race was the first under NASCAR’s new rules package for short tracks, which included a significantly smaller rear spoiler.PGA-PALMER INVITATIONAL Antetokounmpo ranks third in the NBA in scoring with 29.6 points per game and fourth in rebounding with 13.7. He also averages 5.8 assists.T25 MEN’S BASKETBALL-SCHEDULETerps, Spartans take share of Big Ten regular-season crownUNDATED (AP) — The Big Ten men’s basketball regular season has ended in a three-way tie for first place, with ninth-ranked Maryland and No. 16 Michigan State joining Wisconsin.Anthony Cowan Jr. had 20 points and eight assists in his final home game at Maryland, an 83-70 downing of No. 25 Michigan. Cowan went 7-for-11 from the field and hit six free throws in the final minute to help the Terrapins secure the No. 3 seed in the conference tournament. Anthony Davis pumped in 30 points and LeBron James added 28 in leading the Lakers to a 112-103 win over their co-tenants. Avery Bradley added 24 points to help the Lakers win their fourth in a row and 11th in 12 games.Paul George scored 31 points for the Clippers, who won their first two meetings with the Lakers before falling 6 ½ games behind their city rivals.Checking out Sunday’s other NBA action:— The Nets won their first game under interim coach Jacque Vaughn as Spencer Dinwiddie contributed 24 points in a 110-107 decision over the Bulls. Caris LeVert and Joe Harris each added 23 for Brooklyn, which has won two straight as it tries to reach the playoffs for the second year in a row. DeAndre Jordan added 11 points and 11 boards to the win.— Jrue (jroo) Holiday carried the Pelicans to a 120-107 win over the Timberwolves by delivering a season-high 37 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Zion Williamson scored 23 points on 9-for-15 shooting, and Lonzo Ball had 18 points and eight assists to help New Orleans pull within four games of a Western Conference playoff slot. Brandon Ingram pitched in 15 points and 12 rebounds in the opener of the Pelicans’ four-game road trip. Elsewhere on NHL ice:— The Red Wings squandered a 4-2 lead in the third period before Dylan Larkin and Robby Fabbri (FA’-bree) supplied shootout goals to complete Detroit’s 5-4 stunner against the Lightning. Larkin and Fabbri also tallied in regulation before Anthony Mantha and Tyler Bertuzzi scored in the first 4 21/2 minutes of the third period to give the Wings a two-goal cushion. Yanni Gourde (YAH’-nee gohrd) set up goals by Brayden Point and Pat Maroon in the last 14 minutes of regulation to help Tampa Bay pull within six points of the Atlantic Division-leading Bruins.NHL-COYOTES-GARLAND INJUREDCoyotes’ Garland week to week with lower-body injuryGLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Coyotes leading scorer Conor Garland has returned to Arizona after suffering a lower-body injury in Friday’s 3-2 loss at Calgary. NBA-BUCKS-ANTETOKOUNMPOAntetokounmpo sidelined by knee injuryGreek Freak shelvedPHOENIX (AP) — Milwaukee bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (YAH’-nihs an-teh-toh-KOON’-poh) will miss at least two games after suffering a minor knee sprain during Friday’s loss to the Lakers.The NBA’s reigning MVP fell hard on his left knee but remained in the game before undergoing an MRI. Hatton’s 4-under total made him one of only four players who beat par for the week, the fewest at Bay Hill since 1980.MLB-NEWSRangers’ Calhoun hit in mouth by fastball, taken to hospitalUNDATED (AP) — Texas Rangers outfielder Willie Calhoun was hospitalized Sunday after taking a fastball in the mouth.The left-handed hitting Calhoun crumbled after being struck in the jaw by Dodgers left-hander Julio Urias in the first inning. He fell on his back, put his hands over his face and was eventually carried off on a cart. March 8, 2020 Jalen Smith had 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Terps, while Eric Ayala added 19 points.Michigan State came away with the second seed in the conference tourney by knocking off No. 19 Ohio State, 80-69. Cassius Winston scored 27 and the Spartans took control with a 16-4 run late in the game.Rocket Watts scored 19 points for the Spartans, who held Kaleb Wesson to eight points on 1 of 8 shooting.In other top-25 games Sunday:— Fabian White Jr. had 18 points and 14 rebounds as No. 21 Houston downed Memphis, 64-57. Quentin Grimes contributed 15 of his 17 points in the second half and fueled a 17-2 run for the Cougars. Hatton gets first PGA winORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Tyrell Hatton overcame high winds and jittery nerves to capture his first PGA title and fifth wordwide.Hatton kept it together down the stretch Sunday by playing bogey-free over the last seven holes for a 2-over 74 to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He had a three-shot lead when he drove into the water on the par-4 11th into the wind. Hatton went well over the green with his third shot, chipped short of the putting surface and had to make a 6-footer for a double bogey.But his challengers also faltered. Marc Leishman (LEESH’-man) avoided major disaster and still closed with a 73 to end up one shot behind Hatton. Rory McIlroy began the day one shot back before carding a 76, his highest closing round in a PGA Tour-sanctioned event since a 76 in the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion. McIlroy still tied for fifth, his eighth consecutive finish in the top 5 worldwide dating to September.Third-place finisher Sungjae Im was in serious contention until he came up shockingly short and into the water on the 13th for a double bogey. In other MLB news:— The Orioles claimed right-handed pitcher Hector Velazquez on waivers from the Red Sox. The 31-year-old was 11-7 with a 3.90 ERA in 89 games in the last three seasons with Boston, including 19 starts.— Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez says his sore back is improving, but he’s still out of the lineup. Sanchez didn’t take batting practice Saturday or Sunday. He isn’t on the travel roster for Monday’s road game against the Phillies in Clearwater.— Astros ace Justin Verlander made an early exit from his exhibition start Sunday after feeling soreness in his right triceps. Verlander was pulled after two scoreless innings and will undergo more tests after his velocity dropped from his previous start. He pitched the most innings in baseball and struck out a career-high 300. Update on the latest sports Garland is listed as week to week and is expected to miss the remainder of the Coyotes’ road trip.The 23-year-old right wing leads the Coyotes with 22 goals and is third with 39 points in 68 games.Arizona currently is two points out of a playoff berth and takes on the Jets in Winnipeg on Monday.NASCAR-PHOENIXLogano cruises to another win Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA-SCHEDULELakers snap Clippers’ winning streakUNDATED (AP) — The Los Angeles Lakers have padded their lead in the NBA’s Western Conference by ending the Clippers’ six-game winning streak. NHL-HURRICANES-PENGUINSHurricanes hammer listless Penguins 6-2UNDATED (AP) — The Carolina have posted back-to-back victories against division rivals after entering the weekend on a four-game losing streak.Morgan Geekie had two goals and an assist in his NHL debut as the Hurricanes ripped the Penguins, 6-2 in Pittsburgh. Justin Williams contributed a pair of third-period goals for the Hurricanes, who are currently tied with the Blue Jackets for the two Eastern Conference wild-card berths. Columbus takes on the Canucks in Vancouver tonight.The Penguins have dropped eight of their last 10 and were outscored, 11-4 in losing weekend games to the Capitals and Carolina.
Published on February 1, 2018 at 12:20 am Contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Two seasons ago, Anna Shkudun was Syracuse’s star. She was featured at the top of the Orange’s lineup, tallied 13 singles wins and became the first SU player since 1996 to be invited to the NCAA singles tournament before ending the season ranked 64th nationally.The following November, Shkudun underwent left knee surgery. While her teammates and coaches knew she would spend most of the upcoming season at less than 100 percent, nobody expected her to struggle like she did. The Energodar, Ukraine native spent her second year of eligibility at SU laboring through knee discomfort and registered a lowly 2-13 singles record, the worst on the team.“My knee was bothering me so much,” Shkudun said. “I had a lot of limitations. I could not do a lot of jumps or runs, movements to the side, or bend my knees a lot.”A season later, now in her third year of eligibility, Shkudun is “just under 100 percent,” she said. But with a solidified one-two duo in Gabriela Knutson and Miranda Ramirez, she knows her time at the top of the Syracuse (3-0) lineup is likely over. Instead of worrying solely about her on-court contributions, Shkudun, a team captain, has embraced a leadership role while continuing to physically prepare herself for competition.Still recovering from the surgery during the 2017 season, Shkudun contributed for a struggling SU team. Shkudun’s first three appearances of the 2017 season came in doubles, where she partnered with either Masha Tritou or Gabriela Knutson to tally three straight wins against Virginia, Buffalo and Brown. Against both Brown and Virginia, Shkudun was a part of Syracuse’s only wins in the meet.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe following match against Boston College, Shkudun made her season debut in singles at the No. 1 slot. She lost, 3-6, 0-6, marking the first of 13 defeats in her next 15 singles matches. Unlike in doubles, Shkudun ran to all quadrants of the court to cover holes formerly filled by her partner. This put additional stress on her knee and tired her out much faster than in past singles matches. Soon, Shkudun’s poor results and slow recovery began to affect her.“It affected me a little bit mentally,” Shkudun said. “When you know that you can’t do better than your body allows, it hurts you mentally.”While she continued to struggle in singles play, Shkudun remained steady in doubles, where she posted a 6-6 record with her primary partner, Dina Hegab. In doubles play, Shkudun stayed on the baseline, only moving side-to-side when it was absolutely necessary. When standing still, she applied as little pressure to her left knee as possible, Shkudun said.Hegab does not think the success of the duo was harmed by her partner’s injury. Because Shkudun stayed on the baseline and avoided moving forward or side-to-side, she played the entire match without putting too much strain on her knee.“She never showed to me on the court that she was hurting,” Hegab said. “She didn’t take away from our confidence as a team.”Since the Orange’s first round loss to Louisville in the ACC Tournament on April 26, Shkudun has prepared both on her own and with SU’s training staff for her final season. Head coach Younes Limam also named Shkudun a team captain, as he feels her experience and leadership qualities can help the team when she is not on the court, he said.In three team matches this season, Shkudun has recorded four wins, two in doubles and two in singles. While she still experiences some minor limitations, her mobility is far better than it was last season, she said. When the Orange faced Colgate on Jan. 26, Shkudun remained on the sidelines and provided support for her teammates. During breaks in play, she approached her teammates and gave instruction.When healthy, Anna Shkudun’s tennis ability helped her achieve something no other SU player had since 1996. Since, it has been a long, painful and frustrating journey. She’s almost back to full health. In the meantime, she’ll keep helping her team in anyway possible.“We do believe she is going to contribute a lot,” Limam said about Shkudun. “And not just by playing.” Facebook Twitter Google+
Trojan Baseball closed out its 2018 regular season by dropping two out of three games to the Cal State Northridge Matadors at Dedeaux Field last weekend. Junior infielder Dillon Paulson totalled 10 home runs in his 2018 season. Emily Smith | Daily TrojanIn Thursday’s series opener, the Trojans fell to the Matadors 1-2 in a 10-inning affair. Both teams scored in the second inning. The Trojans immediately responded to the Matadors’ score with a run from junior third baseman Brandon Perez off a groundout to tie the game. The 1-1 score would hold into extra innings.In the 10th inning, CSUN redshirt junior outfielder Joey Cooper opened the inning with a single to right field. He would advance to second base on a sacrifice bunt and proceed to third on a groundout. A Trojan throwing error allowed Cooper to advance across the plate, granting the 2-1 lead to CSUN. Consequently, the Trojans were unable to match the Matadors score in the bottom of the 10th inning.USC freshman pitcher Kyle Hurt threw 7.1 innings, to be relieved by fellow freshman pitcher John Beller. CSUN junior pitcher Walker Armstrong tossed the first 7.0 innings, and senior Hayden Shenefield pitched for the rest of the game.USC looked to turn the series around on Friday night with a second chance against the Matadors. CSUN drew first blood in the first inning with a five-run performance that the Men of Troy could not match. Senior left fielder Albee Weiss hit a two-run home run that contributed to CSUN’s early dominating lead. Trojan junior starter Quentin Longrie was replaced by freshman Isaac Esqueda for 4 innings, followed by sophomore Chris Clarke who finished the game. USC tried to fight against its first inning deficit but only mustered one run in the second inning and two runs in the third inning. The Men of Troy ultimately fell 3-9 in game two. On Saturday, the Trojans took advantage of their third and final chance by defeating the Matadors 8-4 on senior day. The offense was headlined by junior center fielder Lars Nootbaar’s three-run homer and junior first baseman Dillon Paulson’s two home runs.Redshirt sophomore Kaleb Murphy contributed to the win with a two-run single to knot the score in the fifth inning. Junior pitcher Solomon Bates dominated on the mound for 7.0 innings. Wegman threw the eighth inning, making his first appearance in about 11 weeks, followed by Beller, who tossed the final inning to close the win for Bates.“It’s been huge going out on Sundays and being able to salvage series or even win series with [Bates],” Paulson said. “He’s given us his all the whole year and it was nothing different today.”USC concluded its 2018 season with a 26-28 record. This marks the third straight season that the Trojan ball club has failed to achieve a winning record. However, the team’s young roster looks hopeful for the upcoming 2019 season.“It was a great way to send [the seniors] off with a win,” head coach Dan Hubbs said after the game. “Our guys are learning how to win. It’s a young staff and that bodes well moving forward. The guys know they need to get a little bit stronger to withstand the whole season. I’m excited for the future of the program. Big things are coming.”
Nasdaq-listed casino and entertainment operator Wynn Resorts has announced that it has entered a strategic partnership with European ‘mobile-first’ betting platform and gamification developer BetBull, who are set to develop Wynn’s sportsbook proposition.Updating the market, Wynn has acquired a 22.5% stake in the Malta and London based operator, seeking to capitalise on developing US sports betting market opportunities.The strategic partnership sees BetBull act as lead digital and mobile sportsbook systems supplier for Wynn’s two Las Vegas-based casino properties – ‘Wynn Las Vegas’ and ‘The Encore’.Wynn’s partnership will surprise industry commentators, as the US casino operator chooses to develop its sportsbook proposition through one of the European betting’s younger enterprises.Founded in 2015 by former bwin.party innovation executive Sadok Kohen, BetBull seeks to develop online betting’s ‘next generation sports betting platform’, merging free-to-play engagements with its mobile-first technology.Both the leadership of Wynn and BetBull chose not to comment on the corporate update. StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Share Frissora leadership departure sees ‘Caesars in play’ November 6, 2018 Round table – BetConstruct: The future of sportsbook personalisation June 10, 2019 BetBull acquires Wager boosting its social muscle June 24, 2020 Submit