Check back on June 29 as the No. 9 moment of 2016-17 is unveiled. Print Friendly Version The No. 10 moment of the 2016-17 season comes from the Drake football team finishing the 2016 season with a 7-4 record, and an impressive four-game winning streak to end the season. Finally, to end the season, the Bulldogs rolled past Stetson University, 45-17. The Hatters were only able to register their 17 points during the first half of the game. The second half was all Drake, as the Bulldogs registered 28-straight points. Drake’s defense limited the Hatters to 143 total yards and six first downs and held them scoreless, ending in a Bulldog win. During this game, Conley Wilkins broke off a 72-yard run to become the first Bulldog 1,000-yard rusher since 2007. The Bulldogs began their winning streak with a 33-21 win over Campbell University on October 29, 2016. Drake took advantage of two Campbell miscues to help jump out to a 17-0 first-quarter lead. Both the Bulldogs and Camels responded to each other’s touchdowns midway through the game. However, Drake’s defense was able to hold off the Camel’s offense to run out the clock and win the game. The 2016-17 season featured many thrilling moments and accomplishments for Drake athletics. From conference titles, outstanding team and individual accomplishments, postseason appearances and significant regular season victories, the Bulldogs had plenty to celebrate as they look forward to the upcoming season. Before embarking on 2017-18, www.GoDrakeBulldogs.com will take a look back at the top 10 moments of the 2016-17 throughout the months of June and July. Drake’s second-straight win started as a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit against Jacksonville University on November 5, 2016. But, the Bulldogs’ defense came up with a huge three-and-out to give the offense the ball back with 2:21 left to play. On fourth-and-16, Grant Kraemer delivered a 26-yard strike to sophomore Steven Doran, getting the Bulldogs down to Jacksonville’s 30-yard line. Two plays later, Kraemer found Doran again, this time for the go-ahead touchdown, with 16 seconds left to play winning the game, 31-27.BULLDOGS WIN!! Final score: Drake 31, Jacksonville 27 pic.twitter.com/DRXrhOI4xP— Drake Football (@DrakeBulldogsFB) November 5, 2016For their final home game of the season, Drake won 28-14 against Butler University, sending 15 seniors out on a high note. For majority of the first half of the game, Drake was able to secure a 14-0 lead until Butler found a touchdown of its own putting the score at 14-7 at intermission. In the fourth-quarter, Drake’s defense forced Butler to turn the ball over on downs in Drake territory on back-to-back drives. The Bulldogs’ offense sealed the 28-14 victory when Conley Wilkins converted on fourth-and-one to let the final minute run off the clock.
Ssese county has petitioned the Masaza organizing committee claiming that Bulemeezi used an ineligible player during their match on Saturday.Ssese lost 0-2 away to Bulemeezi in Kasana luwero a result that boosted the inspection of the team players.The document received by this website, signed by Ssese’s Football secretary Annet Nayita notes that Bulemeezi used Joshua Lubwama who is not yet released by Buddu.“Lubwama isn’t supposed to play for any county because as afar as am concerned no release letter was seen anywhere regarding him as a free agent and we are very sure he is not yet released by Buddu. Nayita said.Lubwama, most known as Letti, played for Gomba last season before signing for Buddu at the end of the season and is not eligible to play for Bulemeezi unless he has a release letter.Letti consequently signed for Bulemeezi before the new season started, however, Ssese claim that the tall midfielder was not given a release as player registration had ended on May 20th, 2018.The organizing committee will give out its verdict on Wednesday, July 4th.Profile:Full Names: Joshua LubwamaNick Names: Letti, Song, Tallest MugandaDate of Birth: 25th May 1998Place of Birth: Kasana Health Center IV, LuweeroParents: Eric Kigozi Ssebwalunyo and Annet GgaliwangoWeekend Games:Kyadondo Vs BuweekulaKabula Vs GombaBuddu Vs SseseKooki Vs BulemeeziBugerere Vs KyaggweMawogola Vs ButambalaMawokota Vs BuluuliBuvuma Vs BusujjuComments Lubwama played in the game between Bulemezi and Ssese last weekend (Photo by Agency)
Jobs might be disappearing in some occupations but the aviation industry is set to be a rich source of employment for at least the next two decades.US plane-maker Boeing is projecting the world will need 617,000 new commercial airline pilots, 679,000 new maintenance technicians and 814,000 new cabin crew to fly and maintain the global fleet to 2035.The Asia-Pacific will lead the industry with the need for 248,000 new pilots and 268,000 new technicians over the period.This will include 111,000 pilots and 119,000 technicians in China while Southeast Asia will require 62,000 pilots and 67,000 technicians.“We are continuing to see a significant need for new pilots and maintenance technicians in the Asia-Pacific region and across the globe,’’ said BoeingFlight Services vice president Sherry Carbary. “This translates into exciting career opportunities for those interested in the aerospace industry.’’Boeing’s forecast sees 13,000 pilots and 17,000 technicians needed in Oceania, 21,000 pilots and 26,000 technicians in Northeast Asia and 41,000 pilots and 39,000 technicians in South Asia.This compares with 112,000 pilots and 127,000 technicians in North America, 104,000 pilots and 118,000 technicians in Europe and 58,000 pilots and 66,000 technicians in the Middle East.The demand for personnel demand to the demand for new aircraft, where the Asia-Pacific is also a market leader and will account for 40 per cent of the global need.Boeing predicts 15,136 planes worth $US2.35 trillion will be needed in the Asia-Pacific region by 2035.
Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Tags:#Facebook#NYT#twitter#web A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Facebook just announced that administrators of Facebook Pages will be able to publish their updates to their Twitter accounts automatically. Administrators will decide which info to share from a Page including status updates, photos, notes and events. A number of well-known groups and celebrities are already using the feature including Dane Cook, Livestrong and the World Wildlife Fund.According to the Facebook blog post, “If you have multiple Pages, you will have the option to link each of those Pages to different Twitter accounts. This new feature will only link Facebook Pages to Twitter, not your individual profile.” This separation between Pages and profiles ensures that users don’t have to worry about muddying their business-related updates with their personal ones. The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts Said feature developer Michael Gummelt, “Twitter was a natural next step to link with Facebook Pages because it is a powerful tool for broadcasting short messages widely.” Bands, companies, non profit organization and celebrities are likely to benefit from this new feature as their updates will be more widely distributed and Twitter followers are likely to retweet and redirect new audiences to Facebook Pages. To try out this new feature visit facebook.com/twitterVisit the new and improved ReadWriteWeb Facebook Page! dana oshiro
New Delhi, Aug 25 (PTI) Indian women cricketers Harmanpreet Kaur, Veda Krishnamurthy, Smriti Mandhanaand and Sushma Verma have signed up with digital management company TSD, the company said today. Indias women cricket team recently took over the world with their brilliant performance at ICC Womens World Cup, where they reached the finals. They lost the finals by 9 runs against England but their will to fight won them many hearts across the globe. “We are excited to work with our new team at TSD and be a part of the Circle of Cricket community as we embark on our professional cricket career,” said the Players in a joint statement. Veda Krishnamurthy said: “Im glad to be associated with Circle of Cricket which in itself is one of the largest Sports community on Digital. “With the importance of Social Media presence growing each day, we want to stay connected to our fans as much as possible. It feels good to know that the fans today actually follow women cricket and talk about it on social media.” Ishan Yadav Mahal, Digital Head, TSD Corp said: “We have always wanted to promote Women Cricket players in a country dominated by Mens Cricket. Our desire to bring them up on the Digital space will help them to gain immense knowledge about Social Media as well as the required exposure. “Well be looking to sign more players in future and will work towards the growth of Womens cricket digitally.” TSDs stable of cricketers include former India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virender Sehwag. PTI ATK ATKadvertisement
zoomImage Courtesy: DNV GL Classification society DNV GL has awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) for the design of a 93,000-cubic meter (cbm) very large ethane carrier to Chinese shipyard Jiangnan.The AiP certificate for the flexible, efficient and environmentally friendly design was presented at the Gastech trade fair in Barcelona. The “PANDA E” design was developed by Jiangnan Shipyard in cooperation with GTT, DNV GL and major equipment manufacturers.“With this latest AiP, we have laid a solid foundation for introducing this ship type to the market and will further enrich our product portfolio in gas carriers and gas-fuelled ship types, which will benefit our clients and, at the same time, reduce emissions. Both Jiangnan and DNV GL will gain from the deeper and broader cooperation that this AiP represents,” said Hu Keyi, Chief Engineer of Jiangnan Shipyard (Group).The vessel will utilize GTT’s reinforced Mark III cargo containment system with a design temperature of minus 104 degrees centigrade. Four standard cargo holds are capable of carrying ethane, ethylene and liquid petroleum gas (LPG), with a capacity of 93,000 cubic meters in total.Significantly reduced fuel consumption was achieved after several rounds of hull form optimizations. The proposed dual-fuel ethane/fuel oil main propulsion system with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) meets the IMO NOx Tier III requirements. Other features include a deck tank, shaft generator and an LNG ready concept. Additionally, a USCG-certified ballast water treatment system has been applied to meet the upcoming regulations.