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Posted by: | Posted on: January 14, 2020

20 Students Poised to Compete in ‘Dunking and 3 Points’ Tourney

first_imgThe suspension of basketball in the country since the outbreak of the Ebola has caused drought to passionate basketball fans for about year, but probably in the eve of Liberia’s 168th independence celebrations 20 players are poised to battle in the first ‘Inter High School Dunking and Three points Competition.’The evening of Saturday – July 25, beginning at 2:00pm at the Monrovia YMCA, will see 10 students each would be marked and identified – perhaps at least five feet in height – to participate in the Dunking or 3 Points Competition– to express either their moderate jumping abilities or sharpness in shooting.Though it would be the maiden edition of the competition, spectators will be eager to witness the power, enthusiasm, discipline and coordination of the kids to promote themselves and their schools.The highest dunker would walk away with a gigantic golden trophy and US$100 same as in the 3 points competition.Mr. Calvin Diggs named some of the participating schools as Lenn Miller, Haywood, BW Harris, St. Peter’s Lutheran, CWA, St. Matthew’s and St. Edward’s of central Monrovia, Paynesville and Bushrod Island.“We would reveal the names players and the trophies this Friday in the Media Launch and tickets would go on sale next Monday,” Mr. Diggs. “The judges of the competition would comprise of old-timers and veteran basketball players.”An All Star basketball game and special performance by ERICGESO and Angels (All girls dancing crew) will perform to crown the all-day tournament.“Almost all the schools in Monrovia and its environs have the application forms and they need to fill them up and drop them at the Flames basketball office, on Lynch Street, Harmon Building – behind the Sports Commission,” Mr. Diggs indicated. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: January 12, 2020

Memorandum hopes to create energy powerhouse

first_imgIt is also expected to help the three provinces become more competitive in the energy sector.Boyd says that oil and gas production across the three provinces accounts for more than 90 per cent of the Canadian total energy production and 99 per cent of coal production.One issue that was addressed was the fact that the MOU is anticipated to help the provinces market their energy to Asia-Pacific markets. Thomson says B.C. is a key component of that strategy since it has the shipping ports.[asset|aid=3369|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=ed683fd4c46806f03d656528f4041623-Thomson MOU 2_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisement According to Liepert, the idea behind a MOU is its flexibility and it will be able to incorporate changes as they come along. An historic Energy Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.The MOU is being touted by B.C. Energy Minister Steve Thomson as a way to ensure “Western Canada’s reputation as an energy powerhouse”.- Advertisement -The signing took place on Thursday in Calgary, Alta. between Thomson, Alberta Energy Minister Ron Liepert and Saskatchewan’s Minister of Energy and Resources Bill Boyd.Thomson says the MOU is building on the New West Partnership – signed in April 2010 – and helping to move the energy industries in the three provinces forward.[asset|aid=3368|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=ed683fd4c46806f03d656528f4041623-Thomson MOU 1_1_Pub.mp3] Thomson says the partnership and the MOU will allow the three provinces to co-ordinate efforts and strategies for developing energy technology, infrastructure and the sharing of information. He also says it will help with addressing labour mobility issues across the provinces’ borders.Advertisementlast_img read more