It appears that Varese-based motorcycle artisans MV Agusta will be gaining a new series of engines destined for its next generation models.A report is stating that the brand’s Turismo Veloce 800 will be the last MV Agusta to be fielded with its current signature range of triple-cylinder mill. The report went on further to state that MV Agusta are presently in the midst of developing a new four-cylinder engine family that will likely be shown as early as this year’s annual EICMA motorcycle show.Whether MV Agusta will display its 2016 models using its new four-cylinder at EICMA 2016 remains to be seen. However, we have reason to believe that MV Agusta will likely field its new four-cylinder in its flagship F4 supersport model. The F4 has been the staple model in MV’s range since 2006, making it the oldest model in its current range as well.2014 has proven to be a pivotal year for the MV Agusta brand. After Mercedes-AMG’s acquisition of its shares earlier this year, the brand also secured a major financial loan for a reported long-term development and expansion plan. And it seems this new four-cylinder engine range is just the start of things.Source: Asphaltandrubber–Ads– Next generation MV Agusta bikes will adopt new series of four-cylinder engines.
Troopers are requesting that anyone who may have been in the vicinity of the incident when it occurred and might have additional information to contact the Soldotna Post at 907-262-4453. The rock went through the windshield of the Hatchback and struck the middle backseat passenger, Noah Schwebach, 8 of Eagle River. Life saving measures were rendered but he succumbed to his injuries on scene. No one else in the Hatchback was injured. Jonathan Taylor, with the state Department of Public Safety in an emailed statement: “I can confirm that we have tentatively identified the truck and driver associated with the incident on the Sterling Highway. However, as those details have not yet been confirmed, I have no identifying information to release. Investigation remains ongoing.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享State investigators say that they have tentatively identified the driver of a truck from which a rock fell and killed an 8-year-old boy, on the Sterling Highway. The incident occurred in a construction zone, operated by Granite Construction between Mile 58 and Mile 79, that has many large vehicles moving in and out of the area. Granite officials wrote in a statement: “While the incident occurred within our project site, we are presently unaware that any of our equipment or personnel were involved. We are fully cooperating and assisting with the investigation. Out of respect for the family, we have voluntarily suspended night shift work on the roadway until Saturday night.” The accident happened around 1:23 p.m., yesterday, near mile 58.7 of the Sterling Highway. According to Troopers, a Volkswagen GTI Hatchback, occupied by a driver and four passengers, was traveling northbound when a volleyball-sized rock fell off the back of a rock truck traveling southbound.
RUGBY LEAGUE BY SIMON KESLEP Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League chairman Sandis Tsaka commended the efforts of PNG LNG Kumuls and Oil Search PNG Orchids for their International Rugby League world rankings. Tsaka made this remarks while commenting on how the recent Test wins by the two national teams was significant in terms of the current world rankings. “We are excited by the improvement and ranking because it is a testament to the work we’ve done over the years to improve the game,” he said. “After the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, the Kumuls were ranked 16th, after 2017 Rugby League World Cup, Kumuls were ranked 10th and now given the number of regular test matches and improved results, the team has now moved up to sixth placing.” Tsaka said for the women’s team, were ranked sixth and given the results the Orchids have been getting, including the 20-6 win over England Women’s rugby league team on Saturday they have moved up to fourth place. “Hopefully, they can continue to improve and maintain their rankings leading into the 2021 World Cup,” he said. According to Tsaka, on December 3 the Oceania Cup draws for 2020 will be released for both Pool A and Pool B. He said this would allow the PNGRFL, national coaches, players, sponsors and rugby league fans of PNG to know which teams both Kumuls and Orchids will be playing against. “New Zealand has promised a tour to PNG and we are trying to lock that in, put in the exact dates. PNG LNG Kumuls coach Michael Marum has also indicated that before the World Cup in 2021, he would like to take the Kumuls team on a short European tour to acclimatise the boys before the World Cup. We will be finalising our draws/calendar programs during this off-season now that the international calendar has already been done and hopefully we get all these events locked in and make the announcement by January next year,” he said . Tsaka also acknowledge the continuous support from the family of sponsors towards both the national teams throughout this year’s test matches. RLIF World Rankings November 2019 Men 1. New Zealand +3 2. Australia -1 3. England – 1 4. Tonga = 5. Fiji = 6. PNG +4 7. Samoa = 8. France -2 9. Scotland -1 10. Lebanon -1 11. Greece +5 12. Ireland = 13. Italy +1 14. Wales -3 15. Serbia +4 16. Malta +1 17. Norway +1 18. USA -3 19. Poland +4 20. Jamaica -7 21. Hungary -1 22. Czech Republic -3 23. Cook Islands +5 24. Turkey +7 25. Netherlands -1 26. Spain +4 27. Canada -6 28. Nigeria (new) 29. Solomon Islands -2 30. Sweden +10 31. Germany +4 32. Chile +1 33. Ghana (new) 34. Morocco +16 35. Vanuatu -3 36. South Africa = 37. Russia – 8 38. Cameroon (new) 39. Ukraine -2 40. Colombia +1 41. Brazil +4 42. Belgium = 43. Denmark +4 44. Bulgaria +4 45. Latvia +4 Women 1. Australia = 2. New Zealand = 3. England = 4. Papua New Guinea +2 5. Canada -1 6. France -1 7. Cook Islands -2 8. Italy = 9. Serbia (new) 10. Fiji (new) 11. Turkey (new) 12. Samoa (new) 13. Brazil (new) 14. Lebanon -6
The owner of Lokomotiv Plovdiv Hristo Krusharski revealed that so far he has invested over BGN 12 million for the club. During his reign, the Smurfs have already won the Bulgarian Cup twice and the Super Cup once, but according to the businessman himself, this is not the ceiling of the Plovdiv team.“We have come a long way for five years now. The investment I made in the club is starting to pay off. I hope it will be the same this year. I am waiting for the draw for the Europa League, but I am sure that whoever we fall will pass. “At least three rounds. A lot of people thought I was a parachutist, but I have a plan for Lokomotiv Plovdiv from the very beginning. I’m thinking about the club’s school and this is the next step,” he told Sport in the Lens.We are waiting at any moment to get the opportunity to build the base of the club and the children to train there. We will also make a serious renovation of Lokomotiv Stadium. In a year I think we will have a renovated stadium. Bruno Akrapovich will not leave Lokomotiv soon. together with Georgi Ivanov and Chavdar Tsvetkov they are working on a new scheme in which their bonuses depend on the quality of the players they bring in. I expect to intervene in the top places again next season. I am a maximalist and I want to upgrade. Medals are a goal, but I will be happy if we make a strong outgoing transfer, “Krusharski said on Channel 3. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
Kevin Durant is taking a social media beating of epic proportions after he shocked the sportsworld and agreed to play for the team that beat him in the NBA Western Conference Finals, the Golden State Warriors.The deal is worth $54 million over two years to play alongside Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green and the Warriors, the very team Durant and his Oklahoma City Thunder squandered a 3-1 series lead and should have gone to the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers.Speaking of which, Durant has suddenly supplanted LeBron James as the most hated player in the NBA after basically repeating what King James did six years ago when he left Northeast Ohio for the comfy confines of South Beach and played alongside Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat. However, lead by LBJ, the Heat went to four straight NBA titles and won two Larry O’Brien trophies.It remains to be seen if Durant can duplicate those feats. Meanwhile, social media is eating Durant alive. Take a look at the funniest Durant memes for bolting Oklahoma City for Oakland, Calif.
By RUSSELL BENNETT THE West Gippsland Football Netball Competition will now feature 10 teams in its first season in 2017,…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
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Team Grads 2004-05 dumped the LVR Senior Bombers 83-70 to clinch the title with a 3-0 record.Again the Joseph Brothers, David and Florian, and Braden Klein and Jake Phelan led the three-time champs.Team 2003, consisting of players from the 2000 BC Juvenile and 2001 BC Junior Boy’s Basketball Champions, finished tied for second with Team Rickaby. Both teams ended with 2-1 records.Team 2011 took fourth spot ahead of the LVR Bombers in the five-team tournament.Team Grads 2004-05consists of David Joseph, Florian Joseph, Braden Klein, Jake Phelan, Ryan Golik, Brendan Melanson, Ben Irving and Jordan Melanson. Team Grads 2004-05 made it a three-peat at the Third Annual Bomber Alumni Basketball Tournament Boxing Day at the L.V. Rogers Hangar.The tournament was in memory of longtime LVR Bomber coach Blair D’Andrea with proceeds of the event going to the Blair D’Andrea Alumni Scholarship Society fund supporting post-secondary athletes and grassroots basketball development in the West Kootenays.
Winger Niyi Adeolokun joined Connacht ahead of the 2014-15 season and since has since made 82 appearances for the province, scoring 31 tries. The 28 year old winger was capped for Ireland against Canada in 2016 and was also part of the Barbarians side that defeated England in Twickenham in the summer of 2018.Commenting on Adeolokun’s contract, Friend added: “Our ambition is to continue to play an exciting, attacking brand of rugby. To deliver this we need highly skilful and versatile players like Niyi. He is a player that is still improving and giving us increased options all the time.”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Heffernan has made 110 appearances for Connacht, having come through the club game in his native Ballina and joining the Connacht Academy in 2011. Initially starting his career as a back row, he converted to hooker in 2013. At international level Heffernan was part of the Irish squad for the summer tour of the USA and Japan in 2017 and made his international debut against the USA.Commenting on the contract extension, Connacht Head Coach Andy Friend said: “Dave is another example of the excellent work that is being done at grassroots level in the province. His emergence through the club game in Ballina, to play for his province and his country is exactly what our vision, Grassroots to Green Shirts represents”, the Head Coach said. Dave Heffernan and Niyi Adeolokun are the latest two Connacht players to sign contract extensions with the province.
The Caltra management team includes club chairman Aidan Murray who spoke to Ollie Turner… North Board Rd.1 Caltra 3-16 Claregalway 0-11 North Board Rd.2 Caltra 4-14 St. Gabriel’s 2-8 North Board Semi-final: Caltra 1-11 Corofin 0-10 North Board Final: Caltra 0-10 Claregalway 0-7West Board Rd.1 Salthill/Knocknacarra 2-17 St. James’ 3-9 West Board Rd.2 Salthill/Knocknacarra 3-17 Oranmore/Maree 1-8 West Board Semi-final: Salthill/Knocknacarra 2-14 Barna 0-14 West Board final: Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-13 Maigh Cuilinn 0-11 (AET)First up let’s hear from the Salthill Knocknacarra camp as their manager Norman Costello spoke to John Mulligan… PATHS TO THE FINAL: Galway Minor A County Football Finals 1969 to 2019:1969: St Michaels 2-8 Athenry 2-51970: Tuam Stars 2-12 St Michaels 1-61971: Tuam Stars beat St Michaels1972: Tuam Stars 3-8 Clifden 0-61973: Dunmore MacHales 2-7 Carna 0-51974: Ballinasloe 2-5 Caltra 1-51975: Corofin 1-11 Ballinasloe 2-71976: Micheal Breathnach 2-6 Milltown 0-91977: Micheal Breathnach 0-12 Corofin 1-61978: Tuam Stars 2-5 Ballinasloe 1-41979: Tuam Stars 6-19 Moycullen 1-31980: Tuam Stars 4-6 Corofin 1-41981: Salthill 0-8 Ballinasloe 0-8; Salthill 3-9 Ballinasloe2-12 AET (replay); Salthill 1-10 Ballinasloe 0-9 AET (second replay)1982: Tuam Stars 0-7 Salthill 1-4; Tuam Stars 0-9 Salthill0-5 (replay)1983: Tuam Stars 0-10 Mervue 1-51984: Monivea Abbey 5-3 Salthill 0-91985: Salthill 3-10 St Brendans 0-41986: Salthill 4-15 Tuam Stars 0-01987: Salthill 1-7 Barna 1-51988: Caherlistrane 1-8 Milltown 1-21989: Salthill 1-16 Caherlistrane 0-51990: Mervue 1-12 Renmore 1-51991: Salthill 1-7 Tuam Stars 1-61992: Corofin 0-17 An Spideal 1-61993: Corofin 1-8 Tuam Stars 1-61994: Corofin 5-10 Killannin 0-41995: Corofin 2-13 Loughrea 0-71996: Corofin 1-12 Annaghdown 1-61997: Corofin 3-9 Salthill 1-81998: Corofin 0-15 Salthill 2-21999: Corofin 2-18 Oranmore Maree 1-112000: An Cheathru Rua 2-10 St Brendans 0-32001: St Michaels 2-13 Tuam Stars 2-102002: Salthill Knocknacarra 0-12 Caltra 1-52003: Corofin 0-16 St Michaels 0-82004: St Michaels 0-12 Tuam Stars 2-32005: Oranmore Maree 1-9 Tuam Stars 1-82006: St James 0-13 Annaghdown 0-72007: St James 0-13 Monivea Abbey 1-92008: Corofin 3-10 Killannin 3-42009: St James 1-11 Corofin 1-72010: Corofin 0-10 St James 0-92011: Salthill Knocknacarra 4-12 Corofin 1-72012: Corofin 2-8 Salthill Knocknacarra 0-102013: Moycullen 2-7 Claregalway 1-62014: Mountbellew Moylough 1-9 Salthill Knocknacarra 0-62015: Salthill Knocknacarra 5-11 Mountbellew Moylough 1-112016: Salthill Knocknacarra 2-9 Claregalway 0-102017: Claregalway 3-13 Salthill Knocknacarra 2-92018: Salthill Knocknacarra 4-11 Claregalway 1-122019: Salthill Knocknacarra v CaltraGalway minor football Roll of Honour:Corofin 14 Tuam Stars 11 Salthill Knocknacarra 11 Dunmore MacHales 7 St Michael’s 6 Ballinasloe 5 St James 3 Erins Hopes 3 Micheal Breathnach 2 Mountbellew Moylough 2 Maigh Cuilinn 2 Headford 1 Ballygar 1 St Augustine’s 1 Liam Mellows 1 Naomh Ciarain 1 Fr Griffins 1 Monivea Abbey 1 Caherlistrane 1 Mervue 1 An Cheathru Rua 1 Oranmore Maree 1 Claregalway 1 print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Caltra and Salthill Knocknacarra contest the County Minor A football final this Sunday at 1.30pm in Tuam Stadium as the curtain-raiser to the senior final between Corofin and Tuam Stars. Caltra are appearing in their first final since 2002 and are looking for their first title, while Salthill Knocknacarra are in their eighth final in the last nine years as they go in search of a 12th title.