News story: Guidance on 2018 bass fishing published

first_imgThe Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has published guidance on bass fishing in 2018 for fishermen in England. This follows publication of Council Regulation 2018/120 within the Official Journal of the European Union.The MMO implements fisheries regulations set by the EU and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The European Commission has detemined that bass stocks remain under pressure despite the measures taken in previous years. It has placed further restrictions on the commercial and recreational fishing sectors in order to address this.The regulations apply to all vessels. The MMO guidance sets out how these regulations will be implemented in the seas around England where it has a fisheries management and enforcement remit. Each UK devolved administration will consider whether it publishes guidance for the implementation of the regulations for the fishing vessels it licenses.Recreational fishing for bassFor recreational fishers, any bass caught during 2018 must be returned immediately. This applies if you are fishing from a boat or from the shore. The MMO will continue to work with the Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authorities in enabling and ensuring compliance with this control measure.Commercial fishing for bassThroughout 2018 commercial bass fishing from shore is prohibited. In addition, the guidance sets out the areas where commercial fishermen must not catch, retain, transship or land bass. Commercial fishing for bass in any restricted area is prohibited during February and March 2018.Measures to conserve sea bass stocks were implemented by the MMO in 2017 by issuing bass fishing authorisations to eligible vessels; those that could demonstrate bass fishing within a defined reference period. During early 2018 the MMO will issue authorisations to all vessel owners that received one in 2017. In addition we will be running a representation process for those individuals who did not submit and have their case considered in 2017. Complaints about bass authorisations will be considered by the MMO.Monitoring and enforcementThe MMO regularly monitors data on fishing activity, including bass catch levels, to ensure enforcement is targeted accordingly. It pursues reported breaches in the appropriate way, using a range of sanctions ranging from verbal or written advice through to prosecution in the most serious of cases.Earlier in January 2018 the MMO advised fishermen that 2017 restrictions were to remain in place until this 2018 regulation was published.last_img read more

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Winter Gear Guide 2009: Skiing and Snowboarding

first_imgRome Machine A board designed for one thing and one thing only: the terrain park. Rome loaded the Machine with a suite of impact technology (thicker edges, anti-compression plates, durable compounds) creating a workhorse for park rats. This board is designed to withstand season upon season of jib, rail, and pipe abuse. $400. Romesnowboards.com.Rossignol Works One Mag A lightweight, all mountain board with patented Magne-Traction technology that puts more control between the snowboarder’s feet. Instead of relying solely on standard edge grip, this Rossi board features “Mag bumps” that grip better on icy conditions while allowing you to maneuver more effectively in all kinds of snow. $499. Rossignol.com.rossignolworksonemag_clip_FIXBolle Scream The streamlined look keeps you from looking like a dork and the Air Booster system keeps air moving over the lenses for maximum anti-fog performance. $109.99. bolle.combollescream_FIXPatagonia Powder Bowl A classic hard shell with 21st century characteristics. The Powder Bowl has a 100% recycled polyester shell that’s completely waterproof, as well as a recycled mesh liner. Our wear-tester liked the padded iPod pocket, but fell in love with the exaggerated collar, which eliminates the need for a cumbersome gator on the coldest days on the slopes. $350. Patagonia.com.Pat_30090_684_clip_FIXK2 Hawk Solid construction is paired with a user-friendly binding to create a ski package that is forgiving and easy to maneuver. The Hawk builds confidence in beginners just starting to explore the greens and blues. And the price is right too. $500 (with bindings). K2skis.com.K2Hawk_clip_FIXNordica Speedmachine Mach 3 Power A high performance ski built for expert skiers who like to suck the most life out of steep, groomed runs. The exaggerated sidecut grips well on firm conditions (East Coast ice and packed powder) and the faster you go, the more stable the skis become (think Porsche on the Audubon). The performance-oriented package allows you to carve aggressively down the fall line. $1435 (with bindings). Nordica.com. 1 2 3last_img read more

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‘Medibot’ to do rounds on Malaysian virus wards

first_imgKUALA LUMPUR – Malaysian scientists havecreated a barrel-shaped robot on wheels that they hope will make the rounds onhospital wards to check on coronavirus patients, reducing health workers’ riskof infection. The invention, built by scientists atthe International Islamic University Malaysia, is also fitted with a device tocheck patients’ temperatures remotely. (AFP) “Medibot” is a 1.5 meter tall(five foot) white robot, equipped with a camera and screen via which patientscan communicate remotely with medics.center_img ‘Medibot’ is mounted with a camera and screen via which patients can communicate remotely with medics. AFPlast_img read more

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Kelechi Nwakali Moving Huesca to Elite Division?

first_imgAfter a miserable three years at Arsenal where he failed to don the Gunners colours, but rather spent time with MVV Maastricht (twice), VVV Venlo and FC Porto B. Kelechi Nwakali, however, has cause to smile after starring for his new club SD Huesca which was delayed by Visa issues and Coronavirus pandemic. The Nigerian international has promised to help take the Segunda Division side to the elite division of the Spanish League-La LigaKelechi Nwakali is a happy man again. The Nigerian international is delighted to return to action and has set a target of helping his side secure a place in the Spanish top-flight League-La Liga.Nwakali has stated he was committed to helping Segunda Division side Huesca secure promotion to La Liga at the end of this season. The midfielder joined the Oscenses last summer from Premier League side Arsenal, where he failed to play a single game for the Emirates Stadium outfit.The midfielder featured for MVV Maastricht, VVV-Venlo, MVV Maastricht and Porto B on loan during his three-year stay with the Gunners.The Nigerian international could only make his debut for the Spanish division side on June 18 against Mirandes owing to visa issues and the outbreak of Coronavirus across the globe.Huesca are already in the playoff spot after securing 54 points from 34 games, following 16 wins, six draws and 12 losses.The 22-year-old, who has made two appearances for the Oscenses, has promised to give his best to ensure his side secures promotion to the Spanish top-flight.“I’m excited to be playing competitive football again. I have waited so long for this moment and I’m fully committed to helping the club achieve promotion,” Nwakali told AOI.“The aim is to pick one of the automatic promotion tickets; we have a big game tomorrow against league leaders Cadiz.“It won’t be an easy match but the entire squad is very committed to ensuring we get back to winning ways.”Nwakali was an unused substitute in Huesca 1-1 draw against Segunda Division leaders Cadiz on Wednesday.Nwakali put up an impressive performance in his side’s 1-2 home loss penultimate Thursday at the Estadio El Alcoraz after he was introduced in the 83rd minute of the game to replace Sergio Gomez and the player recorded a commanding performance with his stats clearly distinguishing the former U-23 Eagles star.He completed five out of his seven passes with 83.3 per cent pass accuracy, three successful dribbles, 11 touches and overall 6.2 ratings.Nwakali asserted confidence in the few minutes he held the ball, leaving questions why he was not introduced earlier.The midfielder burst into the limelight in the 2015 U-17 World Cup where helped he Nigeria win the title, scooping the Golden Ball award of the tournament in the process.Besides representing Nigeria at the U-17 level, he has also played for the U-20 side and currently has one cap for the Super Eagles.Nwakali will hope to play more prominently for his club in order to boost his chances with the three-time African champions.It would be recalled that when Spanish news outfit, Dairo AS broke the story last year that Arsenal have sent Nwakali to Spanish Segunda División club SD Huesca, the brother to the Arsenal midfielder was quick to say Nwakali was not closing in on an Arsenal exit despite media speculation and was not on the verge of joining SD Huesca contrary to reports.The once-capped Nigerian international never played a senior game for the Gunners, but tasted some first-team action during loan spells away from the club.In his short career, Nwakali spent time with MVV Maastricht (twice), VVV Venlo and FC Porto B. He has racked up a total of 80 career appearances so far. But his future at Arsenal looks bleak.Born on June 5, 1998, Nwakali started his areer at the Diamond Football Academy and after his performances at 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup, in which he won the Golden Ball Award, he signed with English Premier League side, Arsenal.On September 2016 it was announced that Nwakali had signed for Eerste Divisie side, MVV Maastrcht on loan for the season. He then made his professional debut for the side the same day against Jong Ajax when he came on as a 92nd-minute substitute for Thomas Verheijdt as MVV won 1–0.In August 2017, Nwakali joined Dutch side, VVV-Venlo on loan for the first six months of the season. After the initial six-month loan deal expired, he elected to leave Venlo and return to MVV Maastricht for the second half of the season.Nwakali returned to Maastricht on loan for the second half of the 2017-18 Eerste Divisie season, having played just 380 minutes of Eredivisie football with Venlo.He was named to the provisional squad for the Nigeria U-17 side before the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup but did not make the final squad. However, coming into the 2015 edition of the tournament he was named captain as he led his country to the title, winning the Golden Ball Award along the way. The Gunners paid more than three million euros to sign Nwakali from Diamond Academy in the summer of 2016.However, the midfielder has not played competitively for their teams because of a work permit obstacle.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Kelechi Nwakalilast_img read more

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Zenith Bank holds health walk for staff and Customers

first_imgStaff of Zenith Bank including its customers on Saturday embarked on health walk in Accra on the theme,” Our Customers our pride”.The walk which started at the Accra Sports Stadium through other major street of Accra was graced by members of some key major bodies with other medical outfits who provided free medical screening.Daniel Asiedu, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Zenith Bank Ghana commended all for taking part in the health walk which is held every quarter of the year by the bank.He said the walk was organized because the bank value the health of its staff, partners and customers and urged all to work towards living a healthy lifestyles to prevent pre mature deathsHe also disclosed that, after 9 years of operation in Ghana, they will celebrate it on September 16.  Meanwhile he believes each aspect of the bank’s operations has empowered and equipped its staff with the requisite skills to always provide excellent service to customers and partners“The vision of the Bank still remains to be the reference point in the provision of prompt, flawless and innovative banking products and services in the Ghanaian banking industry,” he said. Went ahead to assure that the bank would continue to deliver exceptional services that are geared towards providing convenience to its customers.He therefore urged all customers to sign up for the servicelast_img read more

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New counties announced for Girls Golf Rocks in 2019

first_img10 Dec 2018 New counties announced for Girls Golf Rocks in 2019 Girls Golf Rocks will be back for 2019 – with great plans to involve even more girls and spread the recruitment programme further across the country.For 2019, another five counties will join the successful programme: Cornwall, Hampshire, Lancashire, Lincolnshire and Worcestershire.In total 26 counties will be running Girls Golf Rocks next year. The others are Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cumbria, Cheshire, Durham, Dorset, Essex, Gloucestershire, Kent, Leicestershire, Norfolk, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Yorkshire.Clubs in these counties will offer free taster sessions, starting in May, followed by coaching courses with PGA professionals. Club and county girl players will again be trained as ambassadors to inspire the new girls coming into the game.In 2018 over 1,650 girls attended Girls Golf Rocks taster sessions and 1,200 enjoyed it so much they went on to take coaching courses with PGA professionals.Girls Golf Rocks is a joint programme from England Golf and the Golf Foundation, supported by the women’s county associations.  It aims to increase the number of girl players from an average of just two per club.To find out more visit www.englandgolf.org/girls-golf-rocks or follow the campaign on Twitter @GirlsGolfRocks1 or Facebook.com/GirlsGolfRocksImage © Leaderboard Photography Tags: Girls Golf Rocks, girls’ golf, Golf Foundation, Junior Golflast_img read more

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RiverCenter Executive Director Leaves Position

first_imgBy John BurtonRED BANK – A couple of days after leaving her job as executive director of Red Bank RiverCenter, Nancy Adams looks back over a period of changing direction and a difficult economy and feels there is a lot that has marked her tenure in the job.“It’s been a great ride, overall,” Adams said this week from her home in Maplewood, as she took stock in her time overseeing the marketing and advocacy organization for the borough’s commercial Special Improvement District. “It was a tough ride and it sure wasn’t an easy one,” she continued about her role with the organization, “not when you take a job and less than a year later the economy collapses.”Adams, who was executive director since Oct. 2007, left the job abruptly last Friday. “Mostly, it was a mutual time to go sort of thing,” between herself and RiverCenter’s board of directors.“It was time to move on,” she said.Tom Fishkin, River­Center’s vice president, and owner of Broad Street’s Readie’s Market Cafe, said Adams had met with two board members (Fishkin was not one of them) when the decision was reached by the parties that “It’s time to look at somebody new.”“It’s probably inherent in a job like this,” Fishkin said. “It’s going to run its course. You want to keep that fresh momentum moving.”Adams, who had the job for about five and a half years, actually held the position longer than most of her predecessors. “And that speaks volumes for her,” Fishkin said.Prior to Adams’ time with RiverCenter and going back to when it was initiated more than 20 years ago, the organization’s priorities were somewhat different. As Fishkin explained, the organization and its board was what he called more brick-and-mortar oriented, with the board concentrating on streetscape projects for Broad and Monmouth streets and some other visual beautification work – which was very expensive – along with its core mission of overseeing and advocating for the Special Improvement District, or SID.Adams shifted the focus somewhat, stressing the importance of business recruitment and marketing and promoting the district through traditional and burgeoning means, such as using social media, he said.“Trying to keep Red Bank’s name out in the public’s mind,” was what she deemed an important accomplishment during her time here, Adams said.When she started in the job, the concern for many in the business community was the threat posed by other area towns that had begun their own commercial and mixed-use redevelopment projects, such as Pier Village in Long Branch and Asbury Park’s boardwalk area. And that prompted Adams to advocate for a larger marketing budget and push for more special events to attract people. As a result, the marketing budget went from $10,000 to $60,000 during her tenure, and a number of special events were added, such as last week’s Wedding Walk.The Oct. 2008 economic meltdown had a dramatic impact on the local economy but Adams said the strategies put in place had a tempering effect and positioned the borough for a shorter recovery time than possibly other locations.“I think that all helped a lot, helping rebound Red Bank,” she said. “And now I think it’s stronger than ever.”“I think a lot of what she spearheaded and led us through, helped us move forward faster than some of our counterparts,” Fishkin added. “I think it was a great, great move for us.”And given that the current vacancy rate for the downtown business district is about 4.5 percent – from a high of about 11 just a couple of years ago – including the opening of Char steakhouse on Broad Street, along with other planned business additions, are clear indicators that the SID is well positioned for advancement in the future, she said.“I think we’ve been able to make Red Bank strong enough that people are noticing it,” Adams said.But addressing the needs of a disparate group of business and property owners, which at times would conflict, was not an easy task, she acknowledged. Adams alluded to – but downplayed – what she said could be a “volatile” relationship with board members. And others have noted the schism that developed between Adams and traditional retail on one side and restaurants on the other, leading to the formation of Red Bank Flavour, a culinary alliance.
 “If I’m doing my job and doing it well, I’m going to ruffle some feathers,” she said.“Every decision, small and large, is not going to make everyone happy” she said, explaining “You have to really rely on what you know is right and what you know is best for everybody.”Adams has 20 years of downtown redevelopment experience, and has a consulting business and serves on the board of directors for Downtown New Jersey. But as to her future plans, “I’m not sure,” she said. “I just think it may be nice to not be in the spotlight or cross­hairs, if you will,” in her future, she said.Red Bank RiverCenter is a public/private partnership permitted under state statute. It was established in 1990 to help the borough address the economic torpor that had shrouded the district, like so many other urban downtowns, and bring about its revitalization. It has been largely successful, with many considering it a model for redevelopment.RiverCenter’s annual budget is derived from a property assessment, separate from property taxes, levied on the property owners.last_img read more

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Township To Take A Longer Look At Shuttered Historic House

first_imgBy John BurtonMIDDLETOWN – Can the MacLeod Rice House be saved? And should it?That’s what township officials hope to find out as they seek requests for proposals from architectural historians to prepare a conditions assessment report on the township-owned structure.The report is to, “go through the building in a determined way to give us the sense of how much it would cost if someone would try to restore the building and make it useful again,” explained Township Administrator Anthony Mercantante, “to give us a sense of what it would really cost.”“Most people seem to have an affection for it to be saved one of these days and restored,” Mercantante said. But that requires taking “a good hard look at it and seeing what that would entail, what it would really cost.”The distinctive MacLeod Rice House is part of the Croydon Hall complex, 900 Leonardville Road, in the township’s Leonardo section. The building, according to Mercantante, has been deteriorating for a number of years and was deemed unsafe a few years ago. The township moved those using the building to other locations.The Middletown Township Historical Society and township Municipal Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse had been using the building’s office space. The Bulldog Youth Athletic Association, or BYAA, had been using part of the building for its wrestling program, according to Mercantante.As part of the request for proposal, Mercantante added, officials would like whoever received the contract to investigate whether the site could possibly qualify for the state and/or national Register of Historic Places.Making either or both of those lists would indicate the location has some historic significance.And it does, maintained Randall Gabrielan, Monmouth County historian and vice chairman of the Monmouth County Historical Commission. One of the location’s defining historical roles involves one of its former owners, Melvin Rice, and his friendship to then governor and future U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, who, according to Gabrielan, had actually visited Rice and stayed at the home. “It’s an association that may well provide eligibility to the national register,” Gabrielan suspected. The MacLeod Rice House was built in 1894 in the Queen Anne architectural style popular in the Victorian age. It was intended as the summer residence for Donald MacLeod, a successful New York City businessman, an importer of linens, in the Gilded Age, according to Gabrielan. Upon MacLeod’s death the building became home to his widow, Harriet, who eventually married Melvin Rice, MacLeod’s former employee – with whispers at the time suspecting Rice of having an affair with Harriet while she was still married to MacLeod, Gabrielan offered as a little piece of historical gossip.Rice, circa 1910, remodeled the building, adopting a more classical revival architectural style, that the structure has to this day.Rice died in 1924 and Harriet continued to live in the house until selling it to John Carr in the mid-1940s. Carr used the building as a residence. He established a boys’ boarding school, using the building and others constructed on the grounds. Croydon Hall, as the school was called, catered to the scions of wealthy families. Carr, according to Gabrielan, ran the school with middling success until closing it in 1975.Mercantante said the township acquired the entire location in 1977 and had used that building and accompanying structures for various municipal offices.Gabrielan charged the building was falling into disrepair. “The building was long neglected,” he said. And while there were places in the building that were in questionable condition, the portion of the building the historical society had been using “was a solid as a rock,” he said. Gabrielan has not revisited the building for several years.The Township Committee has the right to reject any or all proposals and has up to 60 days to award the contract, if it decides to move for ward.Even if the plan proceeds, those interested shouldn’t expect a quick fix for the building. “It’s going to take time,” Mercantante said. “It probably would be a phased project over many years, if it was decided at all that it’s worthwhile doing.”last_img read more

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Kootenay looks for first win of season against Rockets

first_imgKootenay held a 2-1 lead in the latter stages of game one before the Silvertips struck for two goals in a span of two minutes to steal the win. Taylor Grobowski scored the winner.Luke Bertolucci of Trail and Quinn Klimchuk of Castlegar replied for the Ice.Jarrod Schamerhorn of Kelowna was in goal for Kootenay.In game two North Island scored three third period goals to outlast the Ice.Brendan Taylor and Dane Feeney each scored twice for North Island.Jacob Boyczuk of Trail and Dryden Hunt of Nelson scored for Kootenay. Cody Boeckman of Nelson was in goal for Kootenay.The Ice returns to action Saturday at 6 p.m. against Okanagan. Sunday’s game is set for 10:30 a.m.OVERTIME: The Kootenay Wildcats travel to Prince George to play the Cougars as the B.C. Female AAA Hockey League opens the 2010-11 campaign. The Cats play Saturday and Sunday before returning to [email protected] By The Nelson Daily SportsThe Kootenay Ice will be looking for win number one of the season when the club plays host to the high-flying Okanagan Rockets Saturday and Sunday in B.C. Hockey Major Midget League action at the NDCC Arena.The Ice enters the contest without a win after opening the season on the road with a pair of losses last weekend in Nanaimo.Kootenay dropped a 3-2 loss Saturday before losing 5-2 Sunday to the North Island Silvertips.last_img read more

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Glacier gymnasts rolls out red carpet at Kootenay Zone Championships

first_imgThe Glacier Gymnastic Club was filled with young competitors as the Heritage City club played host to the 2012 Kootenay Zone Championships last weekend. Teams from Cranbrook, Penticton, Trail, Kimberley, Golden and Creston joined host Glacier club in the two-day event.In the Men’s Provincial Level 3 category Quinn Barron placed first in all events.  Noah Daigle-Arsenault placed second all round with second place finishes in Floor and Pommel Horse. Sam Fisher placed third All Around with a second place finish in Rings and Horizontal Bar.  River Murphy placed second in Parallel Bars.  Chris Lawrence-Jeffery also competed at this level placing fifth on Parallel Bars.Kaz Tahara-Edmonds and Ruedi Kelsch competed in the Men’s Provincial Level 1 Open category with Kaz earning Gold in Floor, Pommel Horse, Rings, Parallel Bars, Horizontal Bar and All Around. Reudi earned gold in Floor, Rings, Parallel Bars and Silver All Around.In the Performance Plus Men’s Category Tavish Cutler earned Gold in Parallel Bars and Horizontal Bar with Silver All Around. Cameron Bibby-Fox earned Gold in Horizontal Bar with Silver all round.  Sam Kitch earned Gold in Parallel Bars and Horizontal Bar with Silver all round. Coda Punchard earned Gold in Vault with Silver all round.  Koa Wintraub earned Silver in Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars and Horizontal Bar with Silver all round.The High School women’s Level 1 category saw Naomi Mowat-Amiet place second All Around, tying for second place in Bars with Kaya Fraser who also placed third on Vault. Samantha Garbula placed first All Around and first on Vault.  Kano Major turned in a second place finish on Vault and Beam while Trilby Buck placed first on Floor and fourth on Vault.In the Women High School Level 2 category Katie Poetsch placed second All Around with a first place finish on Beam and a second place finish on Floor.Kelly Westerop competed in the Women High School Level 3 category placing first All Around with first place finishes in all events.The Provincial Level 1 Female Tyro category saw Teagan McTague place fifth All Around with a second place finish on Floor and a tie for third on Beam.  Ashley Caponero placed sixth all around  with a fourth place finish on Bars.The Women Provincial Level 1 Novice/Open category had Maddie Sternloff taking first place All Around with a top score in Bars and a tie for first in Floor.  Miranda Boisvert placed second All Around  with a first place finish on Beam and a tie for second place on Vault with Maddie.  Elena Gustafson tied for seventh all round with Megan Poetsch. Elena placed fourth on Floor while Megan placed third on Floor.  Arianna Murphy-Steed came eight all round and tied for third on Beam with Megan Poetsch. In the Women Provincial Level 1 Argo category Versailles McGeady-Bruce placed second All Around with a first place finish on Floor and second place finishes on Bars and Beam. Gwen McCrory placed third All Around earning first on Beam.Sara Tolles and Zoe Crisfield competed in the Women Provincial Level 1 Tyro category.  Sara placed first all round with first place finishes on Beam and Vault while Zoe placed third all round with a first place finish on Bars.The Women Provincial Level 1 Pre-Argo category saw Brianne Stefani earn the Gold medal All Around with Gold awarded for Vault, Beam and Floor, and Silver for Bars. Lennox Lockhurst competed in the Women Provincial Level 1 Argo category placing third All Around with second place finishes on Beam and Floor, and third place finishes on Vault and Bars.In the Women Provincial Level 2 Open competition Julie Poetsch placed third All Around with a second place finish on Floor and third place finishes on Vault and Bars.  Rebecca Benner came sixth all round with a first place finish on Floor and a tie for fourth place on Vault.The Women Provincial Level 2 Novice category saw Bronwyn Sutherland place first All Around with first place finishes on Beam and Floor. Hailey Lothrop placed 6th All Around with a tie for third on Vault and a fourth place finish on Beam.Victoria Lawrence-Jeffery competed in the Women Provincial Level 2 Tyro category and placed first all round with first place finishes on Vault and Beam, second place on Floor and third on Bars.The Women Provincial Level 2 Argo competitors included Alexis Dyck who came second All Around finishing second on Vault and Beam and third on Bars and Floor, and Senna Moroney who came fourth all round finishing second on Bars and Floor.Elisa Clark and Sarah Quinn earned Gold medals in the Women Performance Plus category while Amreesa Bhabra, Ashlynn D’Alessandris, Brynn McTague, Cassidy Turner, Heather B riddle, Maika Houde, Ryley Thompson and Shawnessy Skea earned Silver.The Girl’s Interclub category saw all participants give stellar performances.  The participants in this category were Alexa Anast, Cadence Hergott, Jenna Horton,  Raven Sperling, Dafni VanHellemond, Ella Strongman, Fawn Herzig, Gabriella Hurst, Emma Lake, Sola VanDonselaar, Adonia Martineau, Ayla Sully, Shaelyn Forbes, Heather Potkins, Peyton Whitaker, Kate May, Eliza Jefferson, Hannah Collinson and Allysa Penner.The Women Provincial Level 3 competition resulted in Ella Keelan placing second All Around, earning a first place finish in Bars and second place on Vault, Beam and Floor.  Kylee Dyck placed third all around with a first place finish on Beam and third on Vault, Bars and Floor.last_img read more

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