Lancashire-based BNW Bakery Services says its BW5 machine can be used for wrapping bread, cake and flour confectionery.When sliced bread is to be wrapped, the use of a BNW LB90 or B51 Slicer machine, linked to the wrapper by an indexer unit to transfer the sliced loaves into the BW5 machine, provides a complete plant that will slice and wrap in one continuous operation.BNW has recently supplied Warburtons’ new Tuscany park site with the new Overhead Paddle Wrapper. The wrapper is fitted with an HMI screen allowing the operator to adjust the print registration and the wrapper running rate. The HMI screen also displays alarms to aid the operator with the wrapping process.The BW5 Wrapper is still a popular machine with both major bread manufacturers and the small independent bakers, claims the company. The wrapper can be adjusted to suit all different sizes of products, and can wrap with either wax paper or cellophane.
Manager Sir Alex Ferguson told Sky Sports 1: “I’m delighted for all the players, for myself, the staff and the supporters. You can go on and on about losing a title (last season) but at the end of the day, our consistency for the last 20 years is unbelievable. The focus of the team was good, they focused on the challenge of City and came up trumps.” Even on their way to the title, Ferguson’s team have had to face the criticism that they lack the quality of United teams of the recent past. But their manager said: “It’s dead easy to say that, nostalgia plays tricks on people’s minds. Put it in context, we’ve now got 84 points with four games left – we’ve never done that. “We’ve won most of our games, drawn three, lost four, and the goal tonight… all the great goals we’ve scored over the years, from David Beckham through Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Eric Cantona, that goal has joined that. These players have joined the pedestal.” Veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs, who this season continued a phenomenal record of scoring in every Premier League campaign, refused to be drawn on how long he would continue playing for, saying: “I’m just enjoying it and as long as I’m enjoying it and contributing to the team then I’m going to carry on. “It’s nights like this that you’re going to miss when you finish but it’s nights like this also that drive you on.” Giggs was also quick to pay a glowing tribute to Ferguson, hailing his long-time boss as “an unbelievable manager and an unbelievable person”. “His appetite is second to none. Every day at the training ground he’s the first there, his enthusiasm is brilliant and that feeds through the club, he is the club,” Giggs added. “Everything comes from the manager, getting players in, getting the right staff in, and he’s just an unbelievable manager and an unbelievable person and he deserves everything that he gets.” Van Persie has often been cited as the key factor in United’s success this season and fierce rivals City falling well short of regaining the crown they won last year. And the Dutchman underlined his class with a fabulous first-half hat-trick in the Red Devils’ 3-0 win over Aston Villa which wrapped up their 20th domestic league crown. “It didn’t really matter who scored as long as we won this game and we did win this game,” said the former Arsenal forward on Sky Sports 1. “From the first minute everyone played well and everyone wanted it. It was a great to score so early and it was a fantastic game of football. I’m very happy but it’s weird. I had to wait for so long for my first title and it’s a great feeling.” Striker Robin van Persie was understandably delighted after propelling Manchester United to their record-breaking Barclays Premier League title. Press Association
Also, the best tennis player of BiH Damir Dzumhur, will also play at the ATP Challenger Tournament. In the first round, Dzumhur will play against the local representative Gianluigi Quinzija. The Bosnian tennis player Tomislav Brkic qualified in the main drawing of the ATP Challenger tournament in San Benedetto del Tronto (Italy). The tournament is worth 35 000 Euros. (Source: Fena) In the last round of qualifications, twenty-four year old player from Ljubuški won the third carrier Hugo Dellien from Bulgaria with 6:3, 4:6, 6:3.
NEPTUNE’S STORM ATTENDS PACE EN ROUTE TO IMPRESSIVE ONE LENGTH WIN IN $150,000 CINEMA STAKES UNDER VAN DYKE; TRAINED BY BALTAS, HE GETS 1 1/8 MILES ON TURF IN 1:48.65 ARCADIA, Calif. (June 2, 2019)–Attentive to the pace, Neptune’s Storm took command a quarter mile from home and went on to an impressive one length tally in Sunday’s $150,000 Cinema Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Drayden Van Dyke and trained by Richard Baltas, Neptune’s Storm, a 3-year-old Stormy Atlantic gelding, got a mile and one eighth on turf in 1:48.65.Breaking from the far outside in a field of five sophomores, Neptune’s Storm was quickly into stride and laid second to King of Speed to the top of the lane where he took command.“On paper, there wasn’t a whole a lot of speed and this horse has natural speed,” said Baltas, who took over the training of Neptune’s Storm prior to his most recent start, a three quarter length win in the one mile turf Singletary Stakes here on April 28. “He can carry his speed and he’s a good horse. The thing about him is, he’ll rate. He doesn’t have to have the lead…I didn’t have to tell Drayden anything…I just told him to have the horse up close.”The second choice in the wagering at 3-2, Neptune’s Storm paid $5.00, $3.00 and $2.40.“I learned from riding him last time and then working him in the mornings that when horses come to him on his outside, he’ll re-engage and fight back,” said Van Dyke. “On the gallop out today, horses came to him and he took off. He should like more distance.”Owned by Cybertec International Inc., Saul Gevertz, Lynn Gitomer, Mike Goetz, Michael Nentwig and Daniel Weiner, Neptune’s Storm, who is out of Immortal Life, by Iffraaj, picked up $90,000 for the win, increasing his earnings to $249,585. In garnering his second stakes win, he improved his overall mark to 9-4-1-2.In a determined effort, Parsimony, who was ridden by Mario Gutierrez, tracked the winner and pacesetting King of Speed to the furlong pole, prevailed by a neck for second money and paid $5.60 and $3.40 while off at 6-1.Ridden by Victor Espinoza, King of Speed was off at 11-1 and paid $3.60 to show while finishing 1 ¼ lengths in front of Gregorian Chant.Fractions on the race were 25.12, 49.53, 1:12.77 and 1:36.59.