Michael Binns scored a double and Tremaine Stewart got the other goal as Portmore United defeated 10-man Humble Lion 3-1 in their second leg semi-final at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex Monday night to reach the 2015-16 Red Stripe Premier League final. Portmore advanced 4-3 on aggregate after Humble Lion won the first leg 2-1 at the Effortville Community Centre. Kemeel Wolfe scored the consolation goal for Humble Lion. Last night’s winners will meet Montego Bay United in the May 2 final. On Sunday night Montego Bay got past defending champions Arnett Gardens, also 4-3 on aggregate, after the teams played to a 2-2 extra-time draw.
Tags: AFCON 2019Ahmed MusaAlex IwobiCameroonChristain BassogogClarence SeedorfNigeriaOdion Ighalotop Nigeria are now into the last 8 of AFCON 2019. (PHOTOS/Agencies)AFCON 2019Nigeria 3-2 CameroonAlexandria Stadium, Alexandria Saturday, 06-07-2019Nigeria produced a stunning comeback to dump defending champions Cameroon out of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).After Odion Ighalo put Nigeria ahead, Stephane Bahoken and Clinton Njie handed the 2017 champions a halftime lead.However two goals in three minutes by Ighalo and Alex Iwobi saw the Super Eagles edge the thriller 3-2 and in the end, storm the last 8 of the competition.Nigeria who came into the game off a 0-2 loss to Madagascar in their last group fixture, started slowly and never looked like taking the lead.But as luck would have it, Ighalo gave them a surprise lead after his first-time side footed shot was deflected into the bottom left corner.With four minutes to the break, Christain Bassogog expertly found Bahoken to strike the equalizing goal, against the run of play.An eventful first half was capped with a second goal for the Indomitable Lions as N’jie ran through on goal and neatly slotted in past the onrushing Daniel Akpeyi.On 66 minutes, Ighalo scored his third of the tournament with a volley off Ahmed Musa’s chest down.Ighalo (9) celebrates his second goal against Cameroon on Saturday.Oghalo then turned provider, assisting Iwobi’s decisive goal in a contest that will go down as one of the most thrilling at AFCON 2019.Nigeria march on to the quarter finals where they will face the winner between Egypt and South Africa, who play later on Saturday.It was a contest that truly lived up to the billing as two continental heavyweight clashed.This was arguably the two sides’ best performance in the tournament and Nigeria will hope they can replicate it in the next round.For Cameroon, it is a disappointment for the 5 time winners and it remains to be seen whether head coach Clarence Seedorf will remain at the helm.The other game on Saturday-Egypt vs South AfricaSunday’s fixtures-Madagascar vs DR Congo @7pm-Algeria vs Guinea @10pmComments
Chris Brogan is one of the reasons I started writing daily. He is super smart, has had a tremendous influence on me, and I am happy to call him my friend. A few years ago Chris started to theme his year by choosing three words. Along with a whole bunch of other folks, I have found this practice to be useful and I’ve incorporated it into my approach.The idea is to choose themes that cross into all of the important areas of your life. Here are my three words for 2017.Integrated: I have always put things into boxes, separated them. More and more, this no longer works for me. Integrated means all areas of my life function as a single whole. The idea here is that the integration reduces friction, reduces drag, and creates alignment. What I do in one are needs to add to other areas.Impeccable: The word suggests the highest possible standards. To be impeccable, you have to raise the bar. It also means clean, clear, crisp lines. Everything has to be in its place. This word, when applied across all areas of your life, is a challenge.Essential: Better is better than more. Essential suggests a paring down. What is minimally necessary? What doesn’t provide value? What is a distraction? This word is more than it appears. It’s an acknowledgment of how little time you have, as well as an urgent call to do what it necessary.This year, I was tempted more than any other to add additional words to this list. The word “essential” prevented me from doing so. Upon reflection, the two other words that didn’t make it onto this list are already encompassed in these three words. Better is better than more.Note: If you don’t subscribe to my Sunday newsletter, this is what you missed today. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now
The court held that the classification “complies with the twin test of reasonable classification permissible under Article 14 (equality before the law) of the Constitution of India, namely, intelligible differentia and rational nexus to the object sought to be achieved.”It stated, “We, however, hold that the quantum of reservation set out by the Maharashtra State Reservation for seats for admission in educational institutions in the State and for appointments in the public services and posts under the State for SEBC as 16% is not justifiable and we quash and set aside the quantum of reservation under the said provisions over and above 12% and 13% respectively as recommended by the Commission.”Senior counsel Anil Sakhare appearing for the State told The Hindu, “we will definitely go in appeal to the Supreme Court on the limited point of 12% for education and 13% for jobs and will bring it back to 16%.”Advocate Gunratan Sadavarte, opposing the verdict, also said, “We will appeal in the Supreme Court as the reservation is against the spirit of the Constitution and breaks the 50% mandate of reservation in the State. It is reverse discrimination against general category.” Also Read MSBCC justifies 16% Maratha reservation The Bombay High Court on Thursday upheld reservation for Marathas in the State but quashed the 16% quota by calling it “not justifiable”. The court said it should not exceed 12% for education and 13% for jobs as recommended by the Maharashtra State Backward Class Commission (MSBCC).A Division Bench of Justices Ranjit More and Bharati Dangre said, “We hold and declare that the State possesses the legislative competence to enact the Maharashtra State Reservation for Seats for Admission in Educational Institutions in the State and for appointments in the public services and posts under the State (for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes) SEBC Act, 2018, and the State’s legislative competence is not in any way affected by the Constitution.”Welcoming the verdict, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said in the Assembly, “The court has upheld the extraordinary and exceptional circumstances mentioned in the report to provide quota to Marathas, due to which the reservation quantum in the State has crossed 50%.”Extraordinary situation In the 487-page judgment, the Bench noted, “We hold and declare that the report of the Gaikwad Commission has set out the ‘exceptional circumstances and extra-ordinary situations’ justifying crossing of the limit of 50% reservation as set out in the Indra Sawhney case (Supreme Court).”The court recorded, “The 50% limit of reservation can be crossed subject to availability of quantifiable and contemporaneous data reflecting backwardness, inadequacy of representation and without affecting the efficiency in administration.”The judgment said the classification of the Maratha class into “Socially and Educationally Backward Class” was justified.
Kazakhstan’s teenage prodigy Zulfiya Chinshanlo powered her way to a weightlifting gold in the 53kg category on Sunday, breaking her own world record in the clean and jerk. The 19-year-old posted a snatch of 95kg before making history with 131kg in the clean and jerk, one kilogram more than her effort at last year’s world championships.The total of 226kg gave a seven-kilo winning margin ahead of Hsu Shu-Ching of Chinese Taipei, who took the silver, and Moldova’s Cristina Iovu, who won the bronze.Hsu was awarded the silver over Iovu due to a lesser bodyweight.China’s 17-year-old prodigy Zhou Jun, one of the favourites for gold, was a surprise early casualty, failing to snatch 95kg.Another contender, Yuderqui Contreras of the Dominican Republic, also crashed out in the snatch after dropping all three attempts at 94kg.
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