TVET Secondary Schools Quality Awards Friday EducationMarch 27, 2014Written by: Judith A. Hunter The second staging of the National Technical, Vocational and Education Training (TVET) Quality Awards for Secondary Schools will be held on Friday, March 28 at the Karl Hendricks Auditorium at Jamaica College.The National TVET Quality Awards was implemented as a part of the mission of the Technical Vocational Unit to promote Technical and Vocational Education at the secondary level.It is specially aimed at encouraging creativity and highlighting achievement among teachers and students.According to Chief Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, Dr. Grace McLean, “the aim of the award is to recognise students, teachers and schools that have demonstrated sustained trends of excellence in TVET throughout the year”.Students and teachers from more than 25 secondary schools across the island will vie for the top awards in the categories of: Most Innovative Project; Best TVET Student; Best TVET Teacher; and the Best Kept TVET Laboratory.The Technical Vocational Unit ensures that the National TVET programmes offer students the skills, knowledge, attitudes, habits and values that are in demand in the society, and which will contribute to the nation’s productivity goals.The unit monitors the Technical and Vocational programme in schools in: agriculture, business education, home economics, industrial education, and visual arts.In addition the unit helps to supervise the Technical and Vocational Work Experience Programme, Career Advancement Programme (CAP), Technical and Vocational and Education Training (TVET), and the Rationalisation in Secondary Schools Project.Minister of Education, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites will be the guest speaker at the event, which is scheduled to start at 10:00 a.m. Story HighlightsThe second staging of the National TVET Quality Awards for Secondary Schools will be held on Friday, March 28.The National TVET Quality Awards was implemented to promote Technical and Vocational Education at the secondary level.Students and teachers from more than 25 secondary schools across the island will vie for the top awards. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Related4-H Clubs Promote Sustainable Agriculture RelatedShortwood Teachers’ College Honours Retirees RelatedSchool Leaders Urged to Get Involved in 4-H Clubs Advertisements
BY SIMON KESLEP Softball They are brothers, uncles and close relatives of Matupit Island, East New Britain but come game-day on Sunday (11.30 am), Brown Eagles and Kikila Cats go head-to-head in a local slug fest derby. Another notable highlight of the matchup between these two teams in Port Moresby men’s A grade is that it will be a noisy, entertaining and the dugouts will be full of laughter. It is also a test for the Julius Uvia Eagles finals experienced side up against Arthur Kinakava-coached side. The reigning back-to-back Niugini Islands Insurance Brokers Eagles-sponsored side will be out in full force to deny Cats’ opportunities to score runs in opening innings. For Cats, they have had a bumpy ride this season with some ups and downs in their current form but Club president Apisai Guguna said they aim to finish off on a good note. “It is our last game, no high hopes but we will finish off on a good note. It is up to the players to pay attention to calls and game plan set by coach Arthur Kinakava.” “We’ve shown some good improvements, the likes of Graham Penias and Clement Okole stepping to take lead on the pitching mound proves to be working…we just need to play our own game and need to execute our game plan,” said Guguna. Eagles, with the likes of pitcher and catcher combination of Kolish Pagal and Pedro Kulukul, will test Cats top opening sluggers. Backing the duo (Pagal and Kulukul) in fielding will be ToAlbert brothers Manu, skipper Martin, Bernard including Peter Bunbun, Oscar Burangat and fellow team mates. However, the count them (Cats) out of the slugfest as they too have what it takes once they find tune in their batting which can stir up some positive rhythm for them on the score card. Fielding wise, the Cats will have to work extra hard if they mean serious business to cause an upset and putting on a good game finish. In the other A grade games, Yokomo vs United Brothers, Stingerz vs Defence, Gazelle in another slugfest with Bears while PNG Power take on Saints in the main game. Meanwhile, the wash-out games will be played next weekend.
1080p HD 360p “A DAY AT THE PARK”COLD SPRING SPRINGER PARKSaturday June 23rd12:00 Cold Spring VFW vs. Cathedral VFW (7 Innings)2:30 Richmond Royals vs. Cold Spring Rockies (9 Innings)5:00 Sobieski Skis vs. Cold Spring Springers (9 Innings)8:00 Levi Pelzer Concert 2018 FARMING BASEBALL INVITATIONALFriday June 22nd thru Sunday June 24th Friday Sartell Stone Poneys vs. Farming Flames 6:30Sauk Centre Titan vs. St. Joseph Joes 8:30SaturdayBelle Plaine Tigers vs. Atwater Chuckers 10:00Winsted Wildcats vs. Delano Tigers 12:00Consolation Semifinals 2:00/4:00Semifinal 6:00/8:00Sunday 10:00 5th/12:00 3rd/2:00 Championship CENTRAL VALLEY LEAGUE Friday June 22ndLuxemburg Brewers @ Watkins Clippers 7:30St. NIcholas NIcks @ Cold Spring Rockies 7:30Saturday June 23rdKimball Express @ St. Augusta Gussies 1:00Sunday June 24thKimball Express @ Pearl Lake Lakers 2:00Luxemburg Brewers @ Cold Spring Rockies 2:00St. Nicholas Nicks @ St. Augusta Gussies 2:00SAUK VALLEY LEAGUEWednesday June 20thFoley Lumberjacks @ Sartell Muskies 7:00Sunday June 24thSartell Muskies @ Becker Bandits 5:00STEARNS COUNTYFriday June 22ndSpring Hill Chargers @ Elrosa Saints 8:00Roscoe Rangers @ St. Martin Martins 8:30Sunday June 24thRoscoe Rangers @ Greenwald Cubs 1:30Lake Henry Lakers @ Richmond Royals 1:30VICTORY LEAGUE SOUTHSaturday June 23rdOpole Bears @ Freeport Black Sox 7:30Sunday June 24thSt. Stephen Steves @ Buckman Billygoats 1:30St. Wendel Saints @ Pierz Bulldogs 4:00Opole Bears @ St. Wendel Saints 12:00EXHIBITION GAMESWednesday June 20thSt. Michael Saints @ Cold Spring Springers 7:30Fort Ripley Rebels @ Sauk Rapids Cyclones 7:30Friday June 22ndBeaudreaus Saints @ Freeport Black Sox 7:30Lake Henry Lakers @ Litchfield Blues 7:30Albertville Villains @ Ramsey Renegades 7:30Saturday June 23rdSauk Rapids Cyclones @ Mpls. River Bats 3:00Monticello Polecats @ Albertville Villains 2:00Sunday June 24thTri City Shark @ Sauk Rapids Cyclones 1:30 LEAGUE STANDINGS LAKEWOOD LEAGUECold Spring Springers 2-1Beaudreaus Saints 1-0Sauk Rapids Cyclones 1-1Brainerd Bees 0-2CENTRAL VALLEY LEAGUENorth Luxemburg Brewers 8-1Watkins Clippers 8-1Pearl Lake Lakers 4-6St. Nicholas Nicks 1-7SouthSt. Augusta Gussies 5-3Cold Spring Rockies 4-3Kimball Express 2-4Eden Valley Hawks 1-7SAUK VALLEY LEAGUESartell Muskes 7-0St. Joseph Joes 5-2Foley Lumberjacks 5-2Clear Lake Lakers 2-5Albertville Villains 1-4Sartell Stone Poneys 1-4Becker Bandits 0-4STEARNS COUNTYNorthElrosa Saints 6-2New Munich 6-3Spring Hill Charger 5-4Meire Grove Grovers 3-6Greenwald Cubs 2-6SouthRichmond Royals 7-1Lake Henry Lakers 4-3Roscoe Rangers 4-3St. Martin Martins 3-5Farming Flames 1-8VICTORY LEAGUE SOUTH Avon Lakers 9-2Freeport Black Sox 6-4St. Stephen Steves 6-4St. Wendel Saints 3-6Opole Bears 3-6 720p HD Auto (360p) 1/1 About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56892 Roger Mischke’s weekly amateur baseball schedule and league standings.UPCOMING SCHEDULE
The Baltimore Orioles made a slight roster move this morning, placing outfielder Colby Rasmus on the 10 day disabled list and calling up relief pitcher, Jimmy Yacabonis from Norfolk. Rasmus is dealing with a left hip flexor strain, but everyone knows it’s because he’s been absolutely terrible at the plate so far this season, going 2-21 at the plate, with a whopping 13 strikeouts.Yacabonis, a 26 year old righty, came up late in the season last year and notched a 4.35 ERA and 0.57 K/BB in 20.2 innings pitched.Yacabonis is going to be a middle reliever while up in Baltimore, coming in when needed to keep Mychal Givens’ and others’ arms healthy for the long haul of the season.Rasmus was signed to be the latest in the revolving door at right field, but so far that experiment has failed. Expect rookie Anthony Santander to start in right and eventually “Wally Pip” Rasmus.Please follow and like us:
Third place Green Tree lost three points to House of the Golden Coin despite the fact that Noodle Russell bowled a 200 game and 516 series for Green Tree. Pao led Golden Coin with a 504 series.Fourth place Café Kronborg, who were missing their Captain Kran Nielsen, lost all four points to Bavaria as no bowlers managed to top the 500 series mark.Canada got back on the winning track with a four point win over the USMC team. Bowlers had trouble with lanes 5 and 6 which is not unusual.Ooy Pluemkamon found how to lead her Jack Tar team to victory by bowling games of 207, 203 and 190 for a 600 series. Jack Tar won all four points from Sabai Friday who also were missing their best bowler, Captain Nok Kennedy.There will be no bowling this week as bowlers get ready for the New Year. All of us bowlers want to wish everyone a very “Happy New Year”. VFW Post 9876 clinched the first place trophy last week so now three teams are fighting for second and third places, although you couldn’t tell by this week’s results as all three contending teams lost. Second place Brother D lost three points to VFW Post 9876 who got good bowling from David Shaw who had a 521 series and Somrak who had a 202 game and 509.200 Bowlers: Noodle, Ooy & Somrak.
NEW YORK — The first two rounds of the 2015 NBA Draft are complete and, let’s just say, Knick fans are even more depressed and irate than they were during their travesty of a 2014-15 season that saw them win just 17 games out of a possible 82.Their cross-country rival, the Los Angeles Lakers, are in a party mood after they came up after drafting Ohio State’s superstar point guard D’Angelo Russell and then followed that up with the pick of Larry Nance Jr., son of former Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star Larry Nance Sr.The Knicks, needing something to infuse electricity and excitement into their pathetic franchise, selected an unknown man with an unpronounceable name from a country most have never heard of: Kristaps Porzingis, a power forward from Latvia. The pick incited anger among Knicks faifthul inside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. They booed. They gave thumbs down gestures. One little boy looked like he wanted to cry. Another covered his face. The Knicks, on surface, seemed to be the biggest losers in the 2015 NBA Draft, and social media were sure to convey their feelings in hilarious ways. Take a look:
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Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/KEVIN%20WALSH%20post%20Leitrim%20FBD.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Galway team v Leitrim: 1. James Keane (Barna), 2. Eoghan Kerin (Annaghdown), 3. Sean Mulkerrin (Oileain Arainn), 4. Declan Kyne (Clonbur), 5. Johnny Heaney 0-2 (Killannin), Gareth Bradshaw (Moycullen), David Wynne 0-1 (Moycullen), 8. Cein Darcy (Caherlistrane), 9. Sean Maher (Salthill Knocknacarra), 10. Eoin Finnerty (Mountbellew Moylough), 11. Evan Murphy (Salthill Knocknacarra), 12. Eamon Brannigan (St Michaels), 13. Frankie Burke (Annaghdown), Dessie Conneely 2-0 (Moycullen), Robert Finnerty 1-3 (Salthill Knocknacarra). Subs: Johnny Duane for Mulkerrin (Black Card), Kieran Duggan for Maher, Cathal Sweeney for Heaney, Barry McHugh for Burke.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Galway will face Roscommon in the FBD League final for the fourth year in a row after they defeated Leitrim by 3-6 to 0-8 in Clonbur yesterday and Roscommon beat Mayo in Hyde Park by 0-14 to 0-11. First half goals by Dessie Conneely (2) and a Robert Finnerty penalty gave Galway a 3-3 to 0-7 half time lead over Leitrim after playing into a strong wind. In desperate conditions, Leitrim could only manage 1 point in the second half as Galway registered points from David Wynne (0-1) and Johnny Heaney (0-2) to ease to a 7 point win. The win follows Galway’s 1-10 to 1-9 win over Mayo in Castlebar on Friday night so with 6 points out of 6 they qualify for the final against Roscommon on the 18th of February. Next Sunday’s round 5 clash with Roscommon is still scheduled to go ahead in Tuam Stadium despite the tie having no consequence to the final standings. After the game in Clonbur yesterday, Kevin Dwyer got the views of the Galway manager Kevin Walsh…