QPR v Barnsley line-ups: Holloway makes five changes, Tykes duo on bench


first_imgIan Holloway has left strikers Conor Washington and Matt Smith out of his starting line-up for the game at Loftus Road.QPR boss Holloway has made five changes, restoring Pawel Wszolek to the side along with Luke Freeman, who has served a suspension, and the fit-again Ryan Manning.Yeni Ngbakoto also starts, as does Idrissa Sylla.For Barnsley, Adam Hammill and Gethin Jones, who picked up knocks at the weekend, are on the bench.QPR: Smithies, Perch, Onuoha, Hall, Bidwell, Wszolek, Luongo, Manning, Ngbakoto, Freeman, Sylla.Subs: Ingram, Goss, Doughty, Smith, Washington, Furlong, Morrison.Barnsley: Davies, Elder, Yiadom, Roberts, MacDonald, Scowen, James, Watkins, Mowatt, Armstrong, Kent.Subs: Townsend, Jones, Jackson, Moncur, Hammill, Bradshaw, Hedges.   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Play Your Part episode 16: get involved


first_imgYou can get involved with Shalate Teffo of the children’s home, Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng; Sandi Mazibuko of FabroSanz; and Sakina Mohamed of the Greater Rape Intervention Project, here:Shalate Teffo (pictured) and her mother, who is known as Mama Assie, take in orphaned and neglected children, who they raise as their own. (Images: Brand South Africa)Brand South Africa reporterAsnath Teffo, mother of Shalate Teffo, founded the children’s home, Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng, in Olievenhoutbosch, a township outside Midrand in Gauteng.The NPO is featured on episode 16 of Play Your Part, which airs on Saturday, 30 December 2017.The episode airs at 18:00 on SABC2.Here’s how you can get involved with the good work of the guests on this episode:Shalate TeffoTeffo runs Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng with her mother. They give a home to and care for destitute children. There’s a particular focus on children facing challenges such as child-headed homes.Contact detailsEmail: shalate.teffo2@gmail.com or sihle.davids@gmail.comTwitter: @ShalateTeffoFacebook: Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng “Little gifts of home”Sandi MazibukoSandi MazibukoMazibuko started with a fashion label, Fabrosanz, which evolved into the House of Fabrosanz. It hosts lifestyle events such as style and beauty workshops, empowerment seminars and pop-up shops.Mazibuko initially did the design and sewing of the clothes herself, but later created jobs – she now only designs and her team does the cutting and sewing.Contact detailsEmail: info@fabrosanz.co.zaWebsite: houseoffabrosanz.com/homeTwitter: @FabroSanzFacebook: FabroSanz CreationsSakina MohamedSakina MohamedMohamed is the CEO of the Greater Rape Intervention Project (Grip) in Nelspruit.Grip, which was established in 2000, helps rape survivors and actively supports and enhances the work of the police, the National Prosecuting Authority, and the departments of Health, Justice and Social Development.Contact detailsEmail: info@grip.org.zaWebsite: www.grip.org.zaFacebook: GRIP Nelspruit 2000Play Your Part is broadcast at 18:00 on Saturdays on SABC2.To get involved in playing your part in South Africa:Check out the conversation on Twitter: #GetInvolved; orFind out about initiatives on Play Your Part here.Tell us how you Play Your Part through our social media channels:Follow us on Twitter: @PlayYourPartSA;Follow Brand South Africa on Twitter: @Brand_SA; orLike us on Facebook: Official Brand South Africa.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast — April 10, 2018


first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest 180410_RyanMartinOur forecast is largely unchanged this morning. WE should put together several dry days in a row, but cold air is still dominant today and tomorrow. Temps will be a little warmer than yesterday, but we will still be a good 10 degrees below normal at the very least.A system passes by to the north on Thursday that brings nice rains to the Great Lakes into southern Ontario. This will drag a little bit of moisture down into northern Ohio, with a few hundredths of an inch to .1” over about 60% of the region from US 30 northward. We really seem to dodge the action farther south, with only a few clouds around. The biggest thing to notice for Thursday will be a shift in winds to the SW as that low passes by to the north. This will start a short 3 day period of significant warming across the region. Temps will shift to 10-15 degrees above normal for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Strong winds (20-40 mph) drive the initial warm up for Thursday.Clouds mix with some sun on Friday, but don’t discount an isolated shower or two. The bulk of the state stays precipitation free. Saturday sees the rain kick off in Ohio with the potential of .25”- 1” rains over 60% of the state. Additional rains and thunderstorms hammer the state on Sunday, meaning we can add another .25”- .75” over 80% of the state on Sunday. That brings combined totals for the 2 day period to 1”-2”. The map above shows rain totals through Sunday evening.Dry Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week to finish out the 10 day period with high pressure in over the region. This is a Canadian high, though, so while temps may not be as cold as the start to this week, we are going to be much colder than the end of this week and start of the weekend. In fact, we think most of next week will have temps back in the 10-15 degrees below normal range.The extended 11-15 day forecast window shows no significant change from yesterday. WE have strong low pressure complex in the grain plains for the 21st, and we still expect that system to spread .25”-1.25” rains into the eastern Corn Belt later for the 22nd and 23rd. Models suggest lingering clouds, cool air and sprinkles through the 24th, and then a cooler Canadian high back in for the balance of April. This forecast does not promote a rapid rise in soil temps.last_img read more

Odisha gangrape victim kills herself


first_imgThe class IX girl allegedly gang-raped by four security personnel in combat attire near Kunduli of Odisha’s Koraput district on Oct 10 last year, committed suicide in her home at Musaguda village on Monday afternoon.At around 2.30 pm, her family members, who had returned after some work found her hanging inside the house locked from inside. She was seen hanging on her dupatta. The family members broke open the door and took her to the Kunduli Community Health Centre (CHC). According to Sunabeda Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO), Narahari Nayak, the victim was declared ‘brought d dead’ by the CHC doctors. Angry villagers at Kunduli CHC refused to allow the police to remove the body for post mortem till evening. Odisha Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik, who had returned to Bhubaneswar on Monday after being conferred with ‘ideal Chief Minister’ award at the eighth Indian students’ parliament at World Peace University, Pune, on Sunday condoled the girls death BJP leader and Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan criticised the BJD government for the girl’s suicide.State president of Mahila Morcha of Odisha BJP, Prabhati Parida said that they would holddemonstrations throughout the State for two days against the handling of the incident. Congress hads decided to hold ademonstration on the issue, at Kunduli on Tuesday. Congress leader and former Congress MP, Pradeep Majhi said leaders of Odisha Congress would reach Kunduli by Tuesday morning. “The victim committed suicide due to mental stress and frustration as she was unable to get justice from any source,” Mr Majhi said.The victim had alleged that on Oct 10, 2017 she had been gang-raped near Kunduli under Pottangi police station by four persons in combat attire On Oct 16, four persons from her village had been taken into custody for interrogation .last_img read more

2nd T20I: Jason Behrendorff, Moises Henriques star as Australia beat India to level series


first_imgAustralia’s Jason Behrendorff took four wickets for 21 in an inspired spell of fast bowling to set up an eight-wicket win over India in the second Twenty20 international on Tuesday, squaring the three-match series at 1-1.The touring side, who lost the one-day series 4-1 and the first T20 by nine wickets, reached their target of 119 with 27 balls to spare at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati.Playing only his second international match, the 27-year-old Behrendorff scythed through India’s top order after Australia captain David Warner won the toss and chose to bowl.Australia win the 2nd T20I by 8 wickets, level the three-match series 1-1 #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/G0u2p81XfN- BCCI (@BCCI) October 10, 2017The left-arm paceman dismissed opening batsman Rohit Sharma and India captain Virat Kohli in his first over and then took the wickets of Shikhar Dhawan and Manish Pandey to reduce the hosts to 27-4 inside the first five overs.”It was unbelievable. Bowling four (overs) upfront doesn’t happen too often and I was lucky to do it,” Behrendorff said during the innings break.”Bowling upfront and swinging the new ball is my strength and it is an honour to be opening the bowling for your country.”India never recovered from the terrible start and were all out for 118 in their 20 overs. Kedar Jadhav scored 27 and Hardik Pandya made 25 in the only notable contributions with the bat for the hosts.Leg-spinner Adam Zampa kept the pressure up on the Indian middle order, picking up two for 19 in his four overs.advertisementAustralia lost openers Warner and Aaron Finch early in their chase, giving India hope of an unlikely win but Moises Henriques and Travis Head then combined in an unbroken stand of 109 for the third wicket to take them to victory.Henriques hit four sixes and an identical number of boundaries to remain unbeaten on 62 for his second half century in T20. Head was not out on 48 as Australia completed a convincing victory.Hyderabad will host the deciding match of the series on Friday.last_img read more