Concrete House / Markella Menikou Chartered Architect

first_img Quantity surveyor: Projects Photographs:  Charis Solomou Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyHouses•Limassol, Cyprus “COPY” Structural engineering: Concrete House / Markella Menikou Chartered Architect Concrete House / Markella Menikou Chartered ArchitectSave this projectSaveConcrete House / Markella Menikou Chartered Architect ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/956700/concrete-house-markella-menikou-chartered-architect Clipboard G. M. Kapiris Chartered Surveyors 2018 ArchDaily Architects: Markella Menikou Chartered Architect Area Area of this architecture project Manufacturers: Rabel Aluminium Systems, C.A Askotis, Condeana, DALIKO, Dark Architectural Lighting, Epiphaniou Bath & Floors, Osmaco, Sogepa Elevators LTD Houses Gravitech Engineering LLC ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/956700/concrete-house-markella-menikou-chartered-architect Clipboard Year:  Save this picture!© Charis Solomou+ 39Curated by María Francisca González Share Area:  657 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Electrical Engineering:Double N Consulting EngineersMechanical Engineering:DDA Mechanical Consulting Engineers LLCConstruction Company:Nicodemou & Gavrias Construction Company LtdCity:LimassolCountry:CyprusMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Charis SolomouRecommended ProductsWoodBlumer LehmannFree Form Structures for Wood ProjectsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeDoorspanoramah!®ah! PivotDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20Text description provided by the architects. The Concrete House @ Paniotis is a bespoke single family house located in the fairly dense suburban area of Paniotis in Limassol and stands in stark contrast to its adjoining properties. The linear plot afforded a longitudinal placement of the project; perpendicular to the narrower street façade. Although the plot is surrounded from pre-existing properties in close proximity, the project achieves organic fluidity between inside-outside, spatial permeability and the perception of openness. The arrangement of the house in the plot manipulates visual relationships with the adjoining properties and strategically hides and reveals parts.Save this picture!© Charis SolomouA bold metal screen (steel frame and expanded mesh panels) on the west street façade acts as a privacy barrier and creates a sense of anticipation just before one enters and experiences the spatial porosity and seamless extension to the outside. It also provides shading from the intense west summer sun. The austerity of the west façade is challenged by a seasonal growth of climbing plants. Spatial strategies, materiality, landscaping and vegetation celebrate seasonality and temporality. Interior spaces spill out to a series of interstitial spaces created between the main concrete envelope of the building and a secondary skin of folding timber slat panels and sliding expanded mesh screens.Save this picture!SectionThese spaces act as interfaces to create an intermediate microclimate via shading, controlling heat gains, pockets of vegetation for evaporative cooling and manipulating breezes. All of these spaces belong both to the inside and outside, and some are inhabited (as outdoor rooms). The exterior landscape provides a continuous flow around the building revealing the basement as a lower ground level with access to outdoor spaces. Diverse outdoor spaces enable different inhabitation patterns and climatic comfort: an expansive eastern garden (shaded by the volume of the house in the afternoon, when it is mostly utilized), an outdoor room which functions as a central living space (catching westerly breezes), the swimming pool area, a stepping garden leading to a sunken basement garden, a planted ramp leading to the basement garage and a north facing herb garden.Save this picture!© Charis SolomouThe tectonic approach comprises of a primary structure of reinforced concrete (frame and slab) infilled by exterior concrete walls, resulting in a continuous concrete shell. The project focused on experimenting with exposed timber board marked concrete; aiming towards precision in formwork, concrete mix, curing processes and achieving a variety of imprinted textures. The mass and durability of concrete establishes a dialogue with raw timber and metals. A series of kinetic elements in the project further manifest the appreciation that preferences and needs change and allow the users to appropriate their spaces and modulate the environment.Save this picture!© Charis SolomouAll living spaces are south facing with deep horizontal cantilevers that cast shadows in the summer. Openings towards other orientations encourage cross ventilation. An interior exposed concrete wall demarcates a buffer zone towards the north where all the auxiliary spaces are arranged. The passive cooling/ heating strategies employed in combination with a very well thermally insulated envelope and active systems, contribute to the excellent energy efficiency of the project.Save this picture!© Charis SolomouProject gallerySee allShow lessSquare of Traditional Crafts in Varaždin / KONNTRASelected ProjectsFrans Masereel Centre / LIST + Hideyuki NakayamaSelected Projects Share Cyprus “COPY” CopyAbout this officeMarkella Menikou Chartered ArchitectOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMies van der Rohe AwardLimassolOn FacebookCyprusPublished on February 10, 2021Cite: “Concrete House / Markella Menikou Chartered Architect” 10 Feb 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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City renaissance gathering momentum #Limerick2030

first_imgWhatsApp Linkedin Print 400 worked on the Nightfliers series at Troy Studios – set to double footprint.Troy Studios, Plassey.“We own Troy Studios and have a tenant out there, Seefill Ltd trading as Troy Studios, delivering fantastic employment opportunities for this region and supporting opportunities for a knowledge based industry and a film based industry. 400 were employed while ‘Nightflyers’ was being shot here.“Bear in mind Troy used to be an abandoned Dell factory.”Last year the studios announced plans to double its footprint; Ireland’s film tax credits are the international incentive to this investment.Gardens International, Henry Street. “The official opening will take place shortly. 51 per cent of the building has tenants already with about another 3,500 sq ft to let.”The 2030 boss is especially proud of the pioneering energy and construction efficiencies. Behind the old style Mercantile Building doors, showers are installed on the tenant’s request for eco-friendly workers who cycle or run to work. “It’s less about carpets, more about bikes.”“Gardens International showcases what we can do for Limerick. It was 2017 when we saw the first crane over it and that to me saw a sea change in what we can do to bring Limerick back.”Plaza view to downtown Opera SiteOpera Site, Patrick Street /Michael Street. “The planning application will be lodged shortly, in a matter of weeks.” After signing off on the 150 drawings and 19 chapters that form the planning submission, he hopes that this marks the beginning of the long-promised redevelopment of the prime city centre site.“If passed, it will be a new living room for Limerick – the library team came up with that idea and they want ownership of the project. There were three weeks of public consultation back in April 2017 –  clearly looking to obviate the objections that stymied schemes over the years.Now working with a brief “to relate to the heart of the city,” there will be funky stuff such as an aparthotel, bijou retail and cafés, even a mirror pool for ice skating, hosting markets and useful as a band/ festival platform.Respect for historic grandeur is strong: “We have an awful lot more of the listed buildings included than in previous schemes. At one level this is a heritage-led project.”The Cahill May Roberts monolith will be knocked and a 14 storey tower goes up. Overall some 16 per cent of this contemporary village within vintage corners will be residential, not including the hotel where his offices are.Mungret Park:“We have been asked to create a master plan for the 60 acres owned by Council. There was public consultation in June and we go back out to the people and tell them what the report says.The master plan is nearing completion: “We have lost 15 per cent of the site to heritage elements on it.” Future proofing is essential and “there will be provision for diverse lifestyles from the cradle to the grave.”Cleeves, Fernbank: See video enclosed for his vision for this “multi-service, multi-use” mystery campus speared by that towering brick chimney.David Conway – the man behind the #Limerick2030 projectBALLYKEEFFE born and reared, David Conway witnessed the brick by brick development of 1973’s Crescent Shopping Centre from his front garden.This is the consumer mass that flourished to become the Mid-West’s largest and most successful shopping/ leisure campus. Expansion is ongoing annually.“Dad (Noel, deceased) was born on O’Connell Street and raised there. He worked in the Crescent, O’Connell Avenue, in General Assurance as a broker. Mum Margaret is from outside Tipperary town.”From An Mhodh Scoil’s handball alleys, the go-ahead pupil, never without his bike, landed at Crescent College Comprehensive and “became passionate about rugby, playing for Garryowen under 10s under the great Paddy Reid.”He looks back with immense fondness on his days as a Garryowen Senior Goliath. He’s still a big fella.Graduating in PE from Thomond College, he went on to work with the IRFU and came back to UL in Sports administration when the UL Arena was coming up.Leading in on the major sports complexes in Dublin was satisfying.“I love sport and reading about my passion but what I really love is building. I built my own house, that was the first thing I built and went on to manage major projects.”While pushing on Limerick 2030 and its planning, the investment and employment targets (“we are making good progress!!”) he returns toMungret as heritage site; the masterplan is in progressPhoto: Cian Reinhardtmarried family life in County Meath at weekends.What he loves about Limerick? “I will miss not going to Thomond Park on Saturday.” [Munster just about took the Exeter Chiefs on January 19].“Theatre is great here, there is cinema at Belltable on Monday nights and Limerick has a fantastic food offering.”He likes touring favourite haunts up and down city streets for lunch. “You could eat somewhere different every day for a month and the quality is exceptional.”What do you want for Limerick?“For Limerick to take its rightful place and to manage to build on from what it has been in the past.” Facebook Email LIMERICK’S socio-economic renaissance is increasingly evident in bricks, mortar and industry tenancies in the city and suburbs. Two of five principal development projects under the auspices of Limerick City and County Council – Mungret Park and the Opera Centre – are progressing to An Bord Pleanála submission.Their construction alone promises a major employment boost for the hinterland with 3,000 workers involved in the Opera Centre development.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The engine pulling these projects is Limerick Twenty Thirty Strategic Development DAC. Its chief executive is David Conway, a son of Limerick who returned to bed in foreign and indigenous investment in the city skycap. Tenant negotiations are ongoing across various sectors.He pilots Limerick 2030 from the former AIB branch in Patrick Street which itself will be demolished to facilitate the central Opera Centre Plaza.Contracted since April 2017, his accomplishments include the National Aquatic Centre, which attracted a one million footfall in its first year of completion, as well as being the primary agent in bringing through its house, the National Sports Campus.His current agenda includes Gardens International, Opera Plaza and the Cleeves Riverside Campus. His team is also working on the sprawling 60 acres of Mungret Park that are owned by Limerick Council.“Limerick 2030 was set up as the market had failed dramatically here,” is the first point this Dooradoyle local makes. “The company is unique in Ireland and even Europe. There are seven of us here and we keep the team very small, hiring out on a project basis,” he explained.The five main pillars of the 2030 strategy are: NewsBusinessCommunityVideoCity renaissance gathering momentum #Limerick2030By Rose Rushe – January 26, 2019 1138 Twitter Advertisement Previous articleEmergency plan needed to tackle youth crime in LimerickNext articleBereaved family want report on father’s death Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Postlast_img read more

CVPS reports second quarter earnings

first_imgCentral Vermont reports second quarter earnings RUTLAND – Central Vermont Public Service (NYSE: CV) has reported consolidated second quarter earnings of$3.5 million, or 27 cents per basic and diluted share of common stock. This compares to second quarter2003 earnings of $5.1 million, or 40 cents per basic and diluted share of common stock.For the first six months of 2004, CV reported earnings of $13.9 million, or $1.10 per basic and $1.09 per dilutedshare of common stock, a $3.8 million increase from a year ago. Earnings for the first six months of 2003 totaled$10.1 million, or 80 cents per basic and 79 cents per diluted share of common stock.On Jan. 1, 2004, subsidiary Connecticut Valley Electric Company (“CVEC”) completed the sale of substantiallyall of its plant assets and franchise. In the second quarter of 2003, when the sale became probable, CVEC’soperations were required to be presented in the financial statements as discontinued operations. Net income fromdiscontinued operations for the first six months of 2004 amounted to $12.3 million, reflecting a gain, net of tax, of$12.3 million, or $1.02 per basic and $1.01 per diluted share of common stock. Second quarter 2004 net incomefrom discontinued operations amounted to 1 cent per basic and diluted share of common stock. This compares to2003 net income from discontinued operations of 2 cents and 6 cents per basic and diluted share of common stockfor the second quarter and first six months.For accounting purposes, components of the CVEC transaction are recorded in both continuing and discontinuedoperations in the consolidated income statement. In addition to the gain on the asset sale, described above, CVrecorded a loss on power costs, net of tax, of $8.4 million relating to termination of the power contract betweenCV and CVEC. When the two accounting transactions are combined to assess the total impact of the sale, theresult is a favorable net impact of $3.9 million, or 32 cents per basic and diluted share of common stock.Quarterly Performance SummaryUtility Business – Continuing OperationsOperating revenues decreased $6 million, pre-tax, in the second quarter of 2004 compared to the same periodin 2003, primarily due to the following factors:” The Jan. 1, 2004 termination of the power contract with CVEC decreased revenue by $2.4 million.” Resale sales decreased $4.3 million primarily due to fewer mWh available for resale. The volumedecrease resulted from second quarter 2004 scheduled nuclear plant outages at Vermont Yankee andMillstone Unit #3, and a 19-day unscheduled outage at Vermont Yankee beginning June 18, partiallyoffset by additional mWh available for resale due to the termination of the power contract with CVEC.” Retail and firm sales increased $0.5 million due to increased sales volume, and other operating revenuesincreased $0.2 million.Purchased power expense decreased $3.1 million, pre-tax, in the second quarter of 2004 compared to the sameperiod in 2003 as a result of the following factors:” Power purchases primarily under long-term contracts decreased $8.8 million, due to a scheduled outage atVermont Yankee in April 2004 and a 19-day unscheduled outage at Vermont Yankee beginning June 18due to a transformer fire at the plant, and lower deliveries under the Hydro-Quebec contract.last_img read more

Asia stocks set to rise on upbeat data, focus on China PMI

first_imgAsian markets were poised to follow Wall Street’s firm lead on Tuesday as the sentiment boost from upbeat US data outweighed the threat of rising COVID-19 infections in the world’s largest economy.Investors cheered strong US housing data that showed a bounce back in home sales, and are anticipating positive jobs data later this week as the US jobs numbers are expected to tick up as people head back to work.“Overnight moves in markets were not large but one does get the distinct impression that markets have got it both ways – with equities rallying on rebounding data and bonds rallying on dismal COVID-19 news,” said ANZ Research analyst Rahul Khare. Australian S&P/ASX 200 futures rose 1.15 percent while Japan’s Nikkei 225 futures ticked up 0.11 percent. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index futures climbed 0.62 percent.In Asia, investor focus will be on China’s official purchasing managers’ index (PMI), which is expected to show factory activity grew for a fourth straight month in June albeit at a slower pace, raising concerns the recovery in the world’s second-largest economy may be stalling.A recent resurgence in coronavirus infections had caused some investors to doubt the strength of a rebound in global economic activity.However, gains in equities, long-term yields, and oil futures suggest the majority of investors remain optimistic about the long-term prospects for growth. Confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide rose past 10 million and deaths surpassed 500,000 on over the weekend. The bulk of new cases were reported in the United States and Latin America, stoking fears that the outbreak could stall economic recoveries just as lockdowns begin to ease.MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe rose 0.72 percent during Monday trading fueled by gains on Wall Street. On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 2.32 percent, the S&P 500 gained 1.47 percent and the Nasdaq Composite added 1.2 percent.US Treasuries were little changed after Monday trading as the intervention by the Federal Reserve Bank kept yields stable.In currency markets, the dollar held onto gains against the yen and the Swiss franc as the recent increase in coronavirus cases supported safe-haven demand for the greenback.China’s yuan held steady at 7.0752 per dollar in the offshore market as traders braced for China’s PMI.In oil markets, Brent crude contracts were unchanged at US$41.71 per barrel.Topics :last_img read more

The appeal of an architect’s touch

first_imgBlanco at 38 Eldernell Terrace, Hamilton, has street appeal.The Queensland Architecture Awards will be held on Thursday, showcasing and commending some of the state’s most innovative residential property designs.The lucky winners will go on to be judged at national level across various catagories, but possibly one of the more coveted titles is that of most popular house in Australia, voted for by the public. Yet you don’t have to go far to see examples of good architecture at work. Anywhere in the state and you can see properties that have been expertly designed to suit an environment or owner’s lifestyle. Some of the results are visually ground-breaking, others more subtle. Either way, more people are turning to the help of an architect when building or rebuilding their dream homes. Here are three examples of houses that have received an architect’s Midas touch. Blanco at 38 Eldernell Terrace, Hamilton, is a three-level architectural marvel.Blanco, a four-bedroom property at 38 Eldernell Terrace, Hamilton will certainly catch your eye, with its custom timber cladding. Yet its facade is but a hint of the architectural advances inside. Designed by architectural studio The Artificial, Blanco sits high in its block to maximise the city views. Open the front door and enter into three levels of light-filled open-plan interiors, a floating infinity pool and sunken fire pit, built-in barbecue kitchen, and a master suite that occupies an entire floor. Carved into a 668 sq m block, the suspended slab construction and timber facade differentiates it from its neighbours. The property is on sale for offers of more than $6.65 million through Matt Lancashire and Patrick Goldsworthy of Ray White, New Farm. It is open for inspection today at 10.15am. 59 Molonga Terrace, Graceville, has benefitted from the eye of an architect.Designed by the multi-award-winning group Base Architecture, the property at 59 Molonga Terrace, Graceville, is not one to be missed. The property offers luxury industrial living, featuring raw and polished concrete, natural timbers, and large expanses of glass for overlooking Brisbane River. The three level property has a lift to take you between floors, which are open plan and spacious. A gas fireplace and soaring void on the middle level seamlessly connects the indoors to the outdoors, where there is a built-in barbecue, pool, landscaped gardens and a timber deck. Party the night away in a soundproofed bar area, with large wine fridge. The house has a fully integrated sound system, feature lighting, and ducted air-conditioning. The property on the market through Heath Williams and Ann-Karyn Fraser of Place, New Farm.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago Domes and water fountains feature througout this house at 5691 Anchorage Terrace, Sanctuary CoveThe owners 5691 Anchorage Terrace, Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast sought the help of award-winning architect TJV Design to bring to life their vision of a grand foyer with exotic domes and internal water feature. This five-bedroom mansion is sprawled across a 72ft of water frontage and features marble tiles, timber floorboards, infinity edge pool and spa, games room, boathouse storage, a low-maintenance garden and high-level home security system.The owners are open to offers through Alex Phillis and Zack Tanti of Alex Phillis Real Estate, Paradise Point..last_img read more

Polls: Gay marriage, right to die get the tick

first_imgHerald on Sunday 6 January 2013New polls show New Zealanders support the terminally ill’s right to die, think same-sex marriages should be legal and are largely happy with the current number of people immigrating.The polls, by Key Research and commissioned by the Herald on Sunday, also found New Zealanders evenly divided on the relevance of our founding document – the Treaty of Waitangi.POLLDo you think that same-sex civil unions should be extended to marriage? • Yes 53.9% • No 38.1% • Unsure 8%Do you think doctors should be allowed by law to end an incurable patient’s life, if the patient requests it? • Yes 60.5% • No 18.2% • Depends on situation 16.2% • Unsure 5.1%Poll: Key Research. Commissioned by: Herald on Sundayhttp://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10857496last_img read more

Nikias speaks with students about goals

first_imgFulfilling his goals to interact with students, President C.L. Max Nikias shared his plans for the university with students Tuesday at this semester’s final Campus Conversations Series event held in The Forum.Open up · After receiving the idea from USG, President C.L. Nikias said he plans to deliver a speech to an all-student audience on Feb. 1. – Carlos Acenas | Daily Trojan Hosted by the Office of Campus Activities, the event began with Nikias delivering what he said was not a speech but remarks followed by a 30-minute question-and-answer session during which Nikias walked among the crowd and answered questions.“He was remarkably engaging,” said Chris Cheng, president of Undergraduate Student Government. “He was weaving in and out of the crowd. There’s no better way to hear feedback from the university than to hear it from the students.”Nikias, born on the island of Cyprus, said his parents’ passion for education instilled in him a similar drive for learning, which guides many of his goals for the university.“I advise you to develop an appreciation for the arts. They are couriers, messengers of core values of who we are as human beings,” Nikias, who created the arts and humanities initiative Visions and Voices, said. “Through the arts, you can become a much more complete human being.”He also advised students on the importance of constantly reading books despite having busy schedules and promised to post to the president’s Facebook page during the month of April his recommendations of books to read over the summer.Cheng asked Nikias about how he plans to maintain a close relationship with students throughout his tenure“What I can assure you is that as long as I am president of USC, being in close contact with the students is always going to be a priority,” Nikias said. “I would love to hear from you about how I can be closer with the students.”Nikias announced a speech that he will be giving solely to students on Feb. 1 at 4 p.m. —  an idea he said he received from USG earlier in the year during an afternoon tea meeting, which he holds with various campus groups each month.“It’s not just him throwing his message out. It’s a two-way initiative,” Cheng said.Cheng said that it was wonderful to hear that Nikias listened to his suggestion to address students directly.One piece of advice Nikias gave students was to explore classes outside of their majors and find something to be passionate about to study.“Being in a university environment, you’ve got to let your imagination fly,” Nikias said. “It’s OK to experiment and it’s OK to take some risks, and like any other experiment, some experiments succeed and some experiments fail, but it’s OK.”Nikias said he plans to strengthen the relationship with the community surrounding campus and has already visited 10 of the 15 schools in the USC Family of Schools in order to understand and interact better with the students and faculty in the neighborhood.“It’s been a wonderful experience for me to visit those schools on their grounds,” Nikias said. “I had a real hard time going to sleep in the evenings. I was having a lot of ideas of what we can do to make a difference, especially for the kids.”In the spring, Nikias said he will be making two major announcements regarding outreach to the community. First, he will present an initiative that will focus on job training and job creation in the neighborhood, targeting businesses on Vermont Avenue and Figueroa Street.His second announcement will be his plan to offer the same high-speed Internet access that students use on campus to the 100 homes closest to campus, which will be paid for by the university and free to those community members.“He’s concerned not just about the academics, but about the community around him,” said Murtaza Najmuddin, a graduate student studying construction management, who attended the event. “It’s all spreading.”As part of his plan to transform USC into a truly residential university, Nikias said administrators are in the process of finalizing designs involved in the Master Plan to redevelop campus, particularly focusing on the University Village, which  will be remodeled to contain housing specifically for graduate students, retail shops and a gym.In response to a student who raised concerns about redeveloping the University Village as a completely university space that might exclude the community, Nikias said the university has been receiving input and feedback from the neighborhood as it designs plans for that area.“I don’t want to see the chains of Armani and Gucci — that’s not the right image that I want to project for the university or for our community. There will be retail stores that are affordable. I don’t want to be selling things that are very expensive, but they will be of good quality,” Nikias said. “We live in a community and we live for a community.”At the end of the event, the Torch and Tassel chapter of Mortar Board at USC, a senior honor society, presented Nikias with a certificate designating him an honorary member of the USC chapter of the national organization.last_img read more

Shafer: Syracuse will apply for 6th-year waiver for Terrel Hunt

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse has already started the process to apply for a sixth-year waiver for injured quarterback Terrel Hunt, SU head coach Scott Shafer said on his weekly teleconference Tuesday.“It will just be a wait and see with the NCAA,” Shafer said.Hunt tore his right Achilles 7:27 into Syracuse’s 47-0 win over Rhode Island on Friday night, and will be sidelined for the entire 2015 season. The injury comes after Hunt fractured his fibula and missed the last seven games of 2014. He was replaced by true freshman quarterback Eric Dungey, who is presumed to be the starting quarterback moving forward.Shafer also said that Hunt was “getting fixed as we speak” during the teleconference, but it was unclear whether that meant the surgery was happening early Tuesday afternoon.It’s the first time Shafer is going through the application for a sixth season, and said that he’s handing it over to Syracuse’s medical staff. He also couldn’t assess Hunt’s chances because of his unfamiliarity with sixth-year medical waivers, but said he will continue to learn about the process as the Orange moves forward with it.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Terrel’s a real strong young man who has overcome a lot in his life,” Shafer said. “When you look at the injury situation, just a horrible situation for a strong young man.” Comments Published on September 8, 2015 at 12:25 pm Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesselast_img read more

Beach Soccer adds flavour to Hogbetsotso festival in Keta

first_imgThe Cal Bank Beach Soccer Championship and the Voltic Division One league resumed in unfamiliar but spectacular territories at the weekend. Week 15 action was embraced by locals, general sports fans and tourists alike from far and near who were in the Anlo state to witness the Hogbetsotso festival. Those in the Keta vicinity were treated to mouth watering displays of soccer artistry especially by the Volta based sides playing in front of their home crowd. Havedzi Mighty Warriors briefly pulled clear at the top of the log beating East Legon Sharks 3-0, albeit playing a game more than their closest rivals Keta Sunset Sports who were later awarded three points and three goals due to the no-show of their opponents. The Warriors scored a goal apiece in each of the three sessions of the game, proving to be no match at all for their opponents who are forth on the log. Wuo Gbee held their nerves to ensure there was no repeat of the comeback for Dansoman in their seven goal first round thriller. Dansoman known for their comeback prowess in the league this year almost achieved the feat once more, scoring very early in the third session of the game to make the score line 4-3. This set up a nail biting finish to the game, but the Osu based side remained resolute to see out the victory and three hard won points. Teshie United piped Layoca 2-1 to move further away from the foot of the log. In the Division one league, Nungua United proved their superb form knew no boundaries as they routed African Angels 6-3, taking another giant step forward in their quest to make it to the top flight of the league Fans and merry makers including MP for Keta Hon. Richard Quashigah and MCE for Keta Hon. Sylvester Tonyeavah who had turned up to celebrate the festival shared their joy at how far the game had come in Ghana. Both distinguished citizens called for beach soccer to be boosted and played more often in their region. The best was left to last as reigning double champions and crowd pullers Keta Sunset, edged Gulf powers 3-2 in a classy exhibition game. Beach soccer in Ghana is expected to shoot up in 2015 with a number of domestic and international competitions proposed by the GBSA to the Ghana Football Association (GFA). With just three weeks left to wrap up the season, the league tables for both divisions makes for interesting reading.last_img read more

Wellington Heat advances with win over Nevada (Mo.) Griffons

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow —  The Wellington Heat advanced in the losers bracket with a 7-5 victory over Nevada (Mo.) Griffons on Tuesday afternoon in the NBC World Series in Wichita at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.The Heat will play the winner of the Valley Center Dawgs and San Luis Obispo on Wednesday.Wellington opened a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first and would sustain the lead throughout. The Griffons would make it interesting in the final inning. The Heat were leading 7-3 but gave up two runs. Nevada had runners on first and second before the Heat made the final out.The Heat are now 2-1 in the NBC tournament.  Brady Bowen was the winning pitcher for the Heat. Wellington had 10 hits to the Griffons 9.Third baseman Robbie Rea was 2-of-2 at the plate for the Heat.The box score for the game can be found here. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Love the game · 366 weeks ago Wellington 8 Final San Luis, CA 2 Report Reply 0 replies · active 366 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more