First Great Western has taken delivery of a mobile controlled emission toilet bowser from Wesurail, part of the Washtec Group. According to the company, the bowser ’improves environmental performance while maintaining all the technical and operational features of a fixed site CET facility, yet without the cost and structure implications of several permanent CET stations’. The battery powered vehicle services trains in situ, extracting effluent, rinsing the effluent tank and automatically refilling the water tank. It has an odour filtration system and on board facilities to sterilise hose ends. It is designed to be used as a back-up to or replacement for a fixed facility. FGW Depot Group Manager Andy Cope says the bowser’s mobility and accessibility across a large depot area has reduced the need for additional train movements and avoided any additional pipe installations, as the unit discharges to existing manholes.Wesurail Ltd, Great BritainReader Enquiry Number 142
France Pulls Out of Rwanda Genocide Commemorations The remains of some of the estimated 5,000 people who were slaughtered inside a church during Rwanda’s 1994 genocide at the Ntarama Genocide Memorial, about 25 km from Kigali. Taken on April 7, 2019. THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/NITA BHALLARwanda genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga was arrested on Saturday in the Paris region, according to the French Justice Ministry.The 84-year-old has been on the run for 25 years. He is accused of financing the 1994 genocide which left about one million people dead.The French Justice Ministry said Kabuga was living under a false identity in a flat in Asnieres-Sur-Seine, near Paris.French gendarmes arrested him at 0530 GMT on Saturday, the ministry said.Kabuga’s arrest has been hailed by the United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, which said in a statement attributed to Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz that the apprehension served as “a reminder that those responsible for genocide can be brought to account, even twenty-six years after their crimes.”“For international justice, Kabuga’s arrest demonstrates that we can succeed when we have the international community’s support. This result is a tribute to the unwavering commitment of the United Nations Security Council, which established the Mechanism to continue the accountability process in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia,” Brammertz added.Kabuga was indicted by the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 1997 on seven counts of genocide, complicity in genocide, direct and public incitement to commit genocide, attempt to commit genocide, conspiracy to commit genocide, persecution and extermination, all in relation to crimes committed during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.Kabuga is expected to stand trial in the coming days.His arrest has been welcomed by Rwanda’s National Public Prosecution Authority, which says is ready to cooperate with the relevant authorities to ensure justice is served.Related France to set free Rwanda genocide suspect France Declassifies Documents Regarding 1994 Rwanda Genocide
The Blazers, however, tightened its defense in the fourth quarter. It forced the Pirates to numerous turnovers. The CSB also capitalized on Lyceum’s foul trouble to come to within 70-74 on two free throws by Clement Leutcheu. MANILA – Lyceum of the Philippines Pirates handed College of St. Benilde Blazers its first defeat in the NCAA Season 95 men’s basketball with a 74-71 escape at the San Juan Arena. The Blazers have multiple opportunities tocome even closer but Yankie Haruna and Jimboy Pasturan misfired their attempts,while Negrense Chris Flores only drained one of his free throws. He added: “We had 25 turnovers, so it’s a credit to their defense. They forced us to commit a lot of turnovers. It’s hard to win games if you’re gonna commit a lot of lousy turnovers.” “We have to give credit to CSB. They just kept on pursuing. They’re coming off their best season so far and they’re playing their best basketball,” said Pirates head coach Michael Robinson. From a tightly-contested game in the first two quarters, the Pirates broke away in the third period behind the tandem of Marcelino and Nzeusseu to build its largest lead at 68-48 with 29 seconds left. Jaycee Marcelino top-scored with 23 points – one shy of his career-high – while Cameroonian center Mike Nzeusseu added double-double 17 points and 16 boards for the 6-1 Pirates. Lyceum of the Philippines Pirates’ Ralph Tansingco attempts a shot against College of St. Benilde Blazers’ Edward Dixon. TIEBREAKER TIMES PHOTO Leutcheu had a team-high 15 points to go alongwith nine rebounds, while Haruna, Pasturan and Justin Gutang struggled withjust combined 23 markers for the 5-1 Blazers./PN
NCAA Announces Field for Men’s Golf Championships INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The No. 16 West Florida men’s golf team will begin its defense of the 2008 Division II National Championship on May 4-6 at the NCAA South / Southeast Super Regional in Florence, Ala. The Argonauts will enter the tournament field as the No. 6 seed from the South Region after a third place finish at the Gulf South Conference Championships.The South and Southeast regions will each be represented by 10 teams, as well as eight individuals from region schools that did not make the field. The top five teams and top two individuals from each super regional will advance to the NCAA National Championships on May 19-22 at Loomis Trail Golf Club in Blaine, Wash. GSC Champion North Alabama will act as the host of the super regional, and Western Washington is the host of the finals.For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.NCAA MEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS SELECTIONSPrint Friendly Version Otto Bonning (left) and Head Coach Steve Fell Share
Next Game: Live Stats Box Score as PDFVALDOSTA, Ga. – Mario Stramaglia scored a career-high 23 points to lead West Florida in the season opening 72-69 loss to Benedict, but the game will be remembered more for the UWF comeback and the missed shot at the buzzer that almost opened the Jeff Burkhamer era with a storybook finish at The Complex on the Valdosta State campus.Instead, UWF (0-1) will regroup after shooting 46 percent and outscoring the Tigers 40-28 in the second half. The Argonauts committed 15 turnovers Benedict (1-0) converted into 24 points.In addition to Stramaglia, junior transfers Austin Somerfield and Jelani Pruitt scored 10 points for UWF. The Argos shot 8-for-18 from 3-point range and 13-for-16 at the free throw line.Jordan Smith led five Benedict players in double figures with 15 points on 5-of-10 shooting from outside.After UWF opened with a 3-0 lead, Benedict jumped out to a 20-11 lead, due in part to making six of its first seven shots from 3-point range. The Tigers extended their advantage to 42-22 with 1:56 left in the half. BC was 9-of-14 on 3-points in the period.UWF worked the deficit down from 15 at the break to 62-52 with 10:50 remaining. The Argos got it into single digits a minute later and down to six, at 64-58, on a Justin Williams layup with 8:23 to play. Benedict went up 70-62 with 2:01 on the clock before UWF reeled off seven-consecutive to make it a 1-point game with 10 tics left. A Williams 3-pointer on an out of bounds play was his second of the half as he finished with eight points.Benedict’s Reynard Brennan made both ends of a 1-and-1 to set up the final play, which saw Rashaan Benson wide open in the corner for the tying attempt but the shot would not fall, caroming off the rim to the opposite side of the floor as time expired.UWF will return to action on Saturday when it face Fort Valley State in Fort Valley, Ga. at 4 p.m. Eastern time.Print Friendly Version Full Schedule Roster Preview at Fort Valley State 11/14/2015 – 4:00 p.m. ET
Auburn Tigers running back Peyton Barber (25) runs downfield during second half of the NCAA Auburn vs. Jacksonville State on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, in at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. (AP Photo/Montgomery Advertiser/Albert Cesare) Albert Cesare / AdvertiserPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND Session ID: 2020-09-18:c836762139faa9b3e9375d13 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-289870-4481055680001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.AUBURN – Following two weeks off 100-yard rushing efforts, Auburn officially named Peyton Barber the starter on its pre-game depth chart.Barber started last week in the 27-20 overtime victory over Jacksonville State in the home opener but Auburn head coach Malzahn and the coaching staff had been unwilling to label the sophomore tailback as the starter.“Peyton has really stepped up (and) he’ll be the first guy out there,” Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn said.After Malzahn’s news conference, Auburn officials handed out updated depth charts with Barber listed as the starting tailback and Roc Thomas along with Jovon Robinson with ‘OR’ listed their name. The only other change on the depth chart this week was Auburn senior receiver D’haquille Williams had the ‘OR’ removed from his name at one of the wide receiver starting positions.Barber not only had the game-winning touchdown in overtime, but had a crucial third-down reception where he broke two tackles and extended the game-tying drive. In a two-week stretch, Barber went from wondering if he would get any carries in the rotation to being the team workhorse in two straight weeks.“It gives me a lot more confidence than I had going into last week I can tell you that,” Barber said Saturday. “We just have to keep moving forward and get to 3-0 next week.”Jacksonville State Gamecocks linebacker Joel McCandless (3) tackles Auburn Tigers running back Peyton Barber (25) during the second half of the NCAA Auburn vs. Jacksonville State on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, in at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. Albert Cesare / AdvertiserWith his 240 yards through two games this season, Barber is currently the fifth-leading rusher in the Southeastern Conference and led all players last week with 125 yards on 23 carries against Jacksonville State.“He’s had two back-to-back weeks and it’s all about production,” Malzahn said after the game Saturday. “A lot of those were hard yards at the end. He’s in a good spot.”Auburn (2-0), ranked No. 18 in Associated Press poll, have suffered nagging injuries at the tailback position but Thomas was able to play Saturday and Malzahn said he “hoped” Robinson will return this week after both players suffered ankle injuries in the season opener against Louisville.“It’s just a matter of seeing how the game unfolds,” Malzahn said about the tailback depth. “Those other three running backs, there’s a decent chance you’ll see them on the field too.”
Former Callaway high school player Justin Bell hikes the ball and protects Chad Kelly from Zaycoven Henderson. Chad Kelly jumps through a Texas A&M’s Noel Ellis tackle on the option, for his longest gain of the first half, 13 yards. Ole Miss’ Laremy Tunsil tackles Myles Garrett allowing Chad Kelly to throw the pass. Chad Kelly runs on the play option. Chad Kelly was 14-20 with one interception in the first half Saturday night against Texas A&M. Chad Kelly throws the ball in the first halfOXFORD — Ole Miss kept pointing to its undefeated record in the Southeastern Conference West division when asked about its losses to Florida and Memphis the past three weeks.Win out, the Rebels said over and over, and they’d still have an opportunity to play in the SEC championship game for the first time in program history.They remained unbeaten in division play with a 23-3 win against No. 15 Texas A&M on Saturday night in front of 60,674 fans at Vaught Hemingway Stadium.“It was huge,” Rebels tight end Evan Engram said. “We prepared really hard this week. We were so locked in to having great practices each and every day, winning every play, winning every period. Just getting this win tonight, it showed what that kind of preparation can get us.”The No. 24 Rebels (6-2, 3-1 SEC) did so without safety Tony Conner (right knee) and defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche (concussion) but still received a strong performance on defense.The Aggies (5-2, 2-2 SEC) gained 2.6 yards per play and 192 yards of offense and earned 12 first downs. They also had trouble sustaining drives, converting 6 of 20 third downs on week after the Rebels allowed Memphis to convert 12 of 20.“That was the best defense we’ve played this year by far,” Rebels defensive coordinator Dave Wommack said. “You could sit up there in the press box and watch the difference in the way they’re playing. They were playing so fast it was like, ‘Oh, my gosh.’”The Rebels received a boost on offense with the return of left tackle Laremy Tunsil, who had been serving a seven-game suspension for accepting a wide range of impermissible benefits.His impact was noticeable from his team’s first drive.The Rebels moved from their 6-yard line to Texas A&M’s 27-yard line despite two false start penalties against left guard Aaron Morris. The drive, however, ended with a missed 44-yard field goal by kicker Gary Wunderlich with 5:45 left in the first quarter.The Rebels opened the scoring on their next possession, which ended with a 7-yard touchdown from quarterback Chad Kelly to Engram for a 7-0 lead about 3 minutes later. It was Engram’s first touchdown of the season and sixth of his career.Wunderlich bounced back from his earlier misses with field goals of 41 and 30 yards to give the Rebels a 13-0 lead. The two teams traded field goals to give the Rebels a 16-3 lead at halftime.Rebels offensive tackle Christian Morris was carted off the field at halftime and taken to a hospital with a neck injury that was diagnosed as a herniated disc.Wunderlich’s final field goal of the first half, a 22-yarder as time expired, came after two strange plays in a row.Rebels running back Jordan Wilkins rushed for 10 yards but was stripped of the ball as he rolled over an Aggies defender to the ground. Aggies quarterback Kyle Allen threw an interception on the next play, giving the Rebels possession on their own 24-yard line.Rebels wide receiver Laquon Treadwell caught a 58-yard touchdown for the final margin.The Rebels featured a balanced offense, posting 241 yards through the air and 230 rushing yards, the latter a season high against a Power 5 opponent.Treadwell led with 102 yards on five receptions, while Rebels running back Jaylen Walton finished with 22 carries for 97 yards, both team highs.“We haven’t been great at running the football,” Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze said. “Having Laremy back and moving everybody around gave us a comfort level. We’ll try to build on that.”Contact Daniel Paulling at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @DanielPaulling on Twitter. KEY PLAYER Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss The left tackle returned from a seven-game suspension to protect quarterback Chad Kelly’s blindside from star Texas A&M defensive lineman Myles Garrett. KEY FIGURE 232 The Rebels rushed for 232 yards, their most against a Power 5 team this season. Their previous best was 151 against Vanderbilt.Ole Miss’ LaQuon Treadwell races against Texas A&M defenders Shaan Washington (33) and Justin Evans (14). Ryan Buchanan holds for Gary Wunderlich who was 3-4 in field goals, scoring 9 points in the first half against Texas A&M. Ole Miss ‘Jordan Wilkins ran three times for 28 yards in the first half. Ole Miss’ Laremy Tunsil lines up against Myles Garrett
Former Ravens corner Gary Baxter joined Nestor this week as NFL free agency is underway. We’ve had our fair share of crazy free agency stories here in Baltimore, including Rex Ryan and Mike Pettine being chased by Bart Scott’s dog as they tried to snatch him away from the Ravens. But Gary Baxter’s story certainly holds its own, and he had no problem going down memory lane with Nestor this week.To listen to Gary Baxter’s full conversation with Nestor, including his wild free agency story, click here:Audio Playerhttp://c631904.r4.cf2.rackcdn.com/Former%20Ravens%20DB%20Gary%20Baxter%20tells%20legendary%20tales%20of%20free%20agency%20past%20.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
The Nigeria Basketball Federation has announced that the Total National Division 1 League will begin on November 27, 2018.In a letter sent to the 20 competing teams by the NBBF Secretary-General, Chimezie Asiegbu, teams in the Atlantic Conference will converge on the Alake Sports Centre in Ijeja, Abeokuta to battle for a place in the National Final 4 sponsored by Total PLC.11 Teams in the Savannah Conference will gather at the Aper Aku Stadium, Makurdi in Benue State between 27th of November and 4th of December to battle for 2 available National Final 4 slots. Teams have been given until November 21, 2018, to register.The Atlantic Conference comprises Base Hawks, O.S Lions, Raptors, T. Joba, Comets from Lagos, Police Bombers, Impression Academy, Akure Raiders and Invaders.The Savannah Conference features Apa Flames, Dashon Mambas, Benue Braves, Kano Pyramids, Yobe Desert Warriors, Zamfara Shooters, AHIP Giants, All Stars of Abuja, Nigerian Army, Jewel Bulls and Kada Stars.The Total National Division 1 finals will hold between December 17 and 22 at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Lagos with the top 2 teams gaining promotion to the National Premier League for the 2019 season.Related
Kelly was suspended after throwing a fastball behind Alex Bregman’s head in the opening game of a two-game series against Houston on July 28.He also threw a curveball close to Carlos Correa’s head in the same inning, with Correa insisting it was intentional.That incident triggered a bench-clearing confrontation in the first meeting between the two teams since Houston were punished for their 2017 sign-stealing scandal.AdChoices广告Ads by TeadsAdChoices广告Ads by TeadsThe Astros beat the Dodgers in seven games in the 2017 World Series, but that victory has since been tainted by revelations that the Astros had used an elaborate system to steal the signs of opposing pitchers using cameras hidden in the outfield.The scandal stunned the world of baseball, and ultimately led to the suspension and dismissal of general manager Jeff Luhnow and field manager A.J. Hinch.