Ryan Kankowski suspended following stamp against the Lions

first_imgThursday Sep 30, 2010 Ryan Kankowski suspended following stamp against the Lions Springbok Ryan Kankowski of the Sharks has been suspended for a week after he was found guilty of stamping a Lions player in their tense Currie Cup match in Johannesburg on Saturday. It looked out of character so theres been a few of you asking to see the clip.The dynamic number eight seemingly lashed out at Lions loose forward Trevor Hall while Hall hung after clearing Kankowski out of the ruck.Up and coming referee Jason Jhafta was advised by his touch judge, resulting in the yellow card. Kankowski was later cited for stamping an opponent under law 10.4 (b) following a Saru judicial hearing that took place via conference call.He pleaded not guilty with his defence arguing that he was in the process of falling backwards off balance, which forced him to lift the one leg to regain it, then accidentally stepping on Halls midriff.After considering relevant facts and video evidence, the disciplinary officer recommended a suspension of two weeks, but later reduced it to just one week, ruling that Kankowskis offence was not reckless, or malicious, but was done impulsively as a reaction.He will miss the Sharks meeting with the Leopards this weekend. Please note that there is now a Facebook Share button below the video which makes sharing posts with your friends much neater and more effective than before. Try it out and you’ll see that you can select the correct image, edit the text, and even add your own note! 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Works on rehabilitation of certain sections of motorways are in progress, traffic is slowed down

first_imgAfter the tourist season, intensive works have begun on the rehabilitation of certain sections of motorways, which may affect or affect the slowed traffic, reports Croatian Motorways. In the rest area of ​​Maruna on the A1 Zagreb – Split motorway (between the Sveti Rok – Maslenica junction), in the direction of Dubrovnik, the temporary traffic regulation has been changed as of today. Due to extensive repair works, the carriageway and stop lane are closed to traffic, and traffic is guided by the overpass lane with a speed limit of 80 km / h. The planned completion of the works is by the end of December this year. Photo: HACcenter_img On the A4 Zagreb – Goričan motorway between the Ludbreg junction and the Varaždin junction in the direction of Goričan, rehabilitation works are being carried out on the Plitvice bridge, which is why traffic has been redirected to the road in the direction of Zagreb. Traffic is conducted in two directions for each direction in one lane, with a speed limit of 80 km / h. Due to this regulation, the Varaždin rest area in the direction of Goričan is closed to all traffic. The planned completion of the works is by mid-December this year. last_img read more

Leading players in women and girls’ 2019 squads

first_img Tags: elite golf, England squads Leading players have been named in the England women and girls’ squads for the 2019 season.There’s seven players in the home-based women’s squad; eight in the overseas squad and nine in the girls’ squad.New faces in the women’s squad include English amateur champion Georgina Blackman (pictured), who recently finished third in the Portuguese women’s open.Cara Gainer and Emily Toy, who have just represented England in Australia, also join the squad. During the Australian tour, Toy won the New South Wales stroke play championship.Emily Brennan, who scored a top 10 in the 2019 South American amateur, and Caley McGinty, winner of the Liphook scratch cup, are also included.They join Lily May Humphreys, the Curtis Cup player and Scottish open amateur champion, while Nicola Slater, the English women’s match play titleholder, moves up from the girls’ squad.There’s five new members of the girls’ squad who all made an impact last season: Jess Baker, Rafiah Banday, Rosie Belsham, Ellie Gower and Daisy Kennedy.They take their places beside Charlotte Heath, Thalia Kirby, Mimi Rhodes and Caitlin Whitehead, the European Young Masters and Asia Pacific champion.The overseas squad is made up of established England internationals who are pursuing their education in the USA and includes Curtis Cup players India Clyburn, Annabell Fuller and Alice Hewson.The full squads:WomenGeorgina Blackman, Chelmsford, EssexEmily Brennan, Trentham, StaffordshireCara Gainer, Castle Royle, BerkshireLily May Humphreys, Stoke-by-Nayland, EssexCaley McGinty, Knowle, GloucestershireNicola Slater, Lindrick, YorkshireEmily Toy, Carlyon Bay, CornwallGirlsJessica Baker, Gosforth Park Ladies, NorthumberlandRafiah Banday, Royal Mid-SurreyRosie Belsham, Whitley Bay, NorthumberlandEllie Gower, Gleneagles, ScotlandCharlotte Heath, Huddersfield, YorkshireDaisy Kennedy, Stoke Park, BuckinghamshireThalia Kirby, Stoke Park, BuckinghamshireMimi Rhodes, Burnham & Berrow, SomersetCaitlin Whitehead, Carus Green, CumbriaOverseas:Emma Allen, Meon Valley, HampshireIndia Clyburn, Woodhall Spa, LincolnshireAnnabell Fuller, Roehampton, SurreySamantha Fuller, Roehampton, SurreyAlice Hewson, Berkhamsted, HertfordshireHollie Muse, West LancashireHannah Screen, Berkhamsted, HertfordshireAmelia Williamson, Royal Cromer, NorfolkCaption: Georgina Blackman (copyright Vicki Head).Click here to find out more about all our squad players. 13 Feb 2019 Leading players in women and girls’ 2019 squads last_img read more

Ravi Shastri to receive a massive salary hike in his new contract

first_imgAdvertisement lsNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vstqo8Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ez47( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 8ohenWould you ever consider trying this?😱kCan your students do this? 🌚lj59yRoller skating! Powered by Firework Following his reappointment, Ravi Shastri will be receiving a hike on his contract which is, as per some reports a 20 per cent increase. The Indian head coach is now believed to take home Rs 9.5 -10 crores per year, while he earned Rs 8 crore from his old contract.Advertisement The support staffs of the Indian team will also be getting a boost in their paycheck with Bharat Arun, the bowling coach, is expected to draw approx. Rs 3.5 crore, same as fielding coach R Sridhar with Vikram Rathour, the newly hired batting coach will earn around Rs 2.5 crore to Rs 3 crore per annum. The new contracts will come to effect from September 1.Advertisement After being announced as the head coach for another term, Shastri spoke about his ambitions and goals for the upcoming few seasons. In an interview he told the bcci.tv,“The reason why I came in here is the belief I had in this team, the belief that they could leave a legacy which very few teams have left behind which other teams going down will try and emulate,”Advertisement “Next two years is to see the smooth transition happening. You will get a lot of youngsters coming — in both white-ball setup and Tests. You need to identify another three-four bowlers to add to the pool by the end of our tenure. My endeavour by the end of this tenure would be to leave the team in a happier space so that they can set a legacy in the time to come,” he added.  Advertisementlast_img read more