Women’s Voleyball: “Bimal Jedinstvo” Won the 2nd Volleyball Tournament in Zenica

first_imgThe players of the VC “Bimal Jedinstvo” from Brčko won the 2nd Volleyball Tournament “SportZDK Volleyball Open” held yesterday in the City Arena in Zenica.In the finals of the 2nd volleyball tournament “SportZDK Volleyball Open” the “Bimal Jedinstvo” women’s team from Brčko won against “BL Volley” from Banja Luka. The players from Brčko celebrated with the result 3:0. The players of Igman and the selection of SportZDK.ba fought for the third place. Igman won with the result 2:0 in sets.The champions of B&H – Bimal Jedinstvo, added another trophy to their collection. The best player was Dijana Vasić. The youngest best player was Lamija Duraković from the SportZDK.ba team.The president of the association “Sport Media” who organized this tournament said that he was very satisfied by the organization and that this tournament proved that Zenica has fantastic infrastructure.“These were the first volleyball matches held in the Arena which makes us especially proud. The visitors watched a great volleyball especially in the finals when the players from Brčko regained a set that was almost lost. This tournament proves that Zenica has a fantastic infrastructure and people capable of organizing great sports events.” – said the president of the “Sport Media” association, Armin Mujkić.At this year’s tournament 4 teams participated: Bimal Jedinstvo, BL Volley, Igman Ilidža and the SportZDK.ba team made out of players coming from the volleyball teams Breza 1934, Kakanj, Žepče, Maglaj, Željezara Zenica and Ruki Zenica.The organizers announced even better and more quality tournament next year for all those who enjoy this sport.(Source: Klix)last_img read more

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For sale: Custom built home at 602 High Street, Argonia

first_imgFor Sale, 602 High Street, Argonia.  Price:  $199,900  (Bond money and Rural Development loans are available for qualified buyers.)Custom Built, Better-Than-New Ranch! Sprinkler system, well-established yard with covered front porch overlooking beautiful flowers and landscaping, covered patio, fence, 12×20 extra stick-built shed with awning on a poured slab. Patio overhang and 11′ ceiling. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, finished basement with 3 daylight windows & lots of space. Large, unfinished storage room, too! Kitchen includes convection microwave, range, disposal, and dishwasher. Other appliances & furniture may be negotiable. Granite, granite, granite, and more granite counter tops throughout. Beautiful hammered copper farm sink in kitchen, hand-scraped, distressed wood floors in open living area. Walk-in kitchen pantry and master bathroom have custom-built cabinetry. Check out this master bedroom with walk-in closet, 2 separate vanities, garden tub, and separate shower. Main floor laundry room. Built-in Organizer for coats, shoes, games, or whatever you wish. PLUS a brand new reverse osmosis system for the home! Lake access! Blackberry patch outside and young, established, ornamental trees including oak and sycamore. Well and sprinkler system help keep this property beautiful! Seller requires buyer name(s) for showings. Seller will retain NPR refund for 2015 (2 years remaining). Bond money and Rural Development loans are available for qualified buyers. Argonia – Home of the First Female Mayor, Susan Salter. Enjoy any of the three parks: Salter Park, River Park, or Holden Park (privately owned). Visit the Salter House and Museum. Take in the Chikaskia River park, RV hook-ups, fishing, and camping. Argonia hosts the National Rocket Launch 4 times a year! Additional photos and information about this wonderful home available at:  http://cathysheets.weigand.com/property/42063532/602-N-HIGH-ST-Argonia-KS-67004Contact Cathy Sheets, Branch Broker:   (316) 215-1359last_img read more

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Ben produces his best to lead McGregor Trophy

first_img18 Jul 2018 Ben produces his best to lead McGregor Trophy Tags: Ben Schmidt, McGregor Trophy Image copyright Leaderboard Photographycenter_img Yorkshire boys’ champion Ben Schmidt pulled out his best ever competitive round to take the halfway lead in the McGregor Trophy at Kedleston Park, Derbyshire.He shot five-under 67 – the joint low score of the day – to get to six-under after 36 holes of the English U16 boys’ open championship.The 15-year-old from Rotherham (pictured) remarked afterwards: “It’s the best score I’ve ever shot in competition and a big achievement for myself.”The omens were good from the start. His drive on the par five 1st found trouble and he had to chip out – but got up and down for birdie from 165 yards.“I thought that’s not a bad start,” he said. “Then I followed up with another birdie on the next hole where I holed from about 15ft. That’s what got it going.”Schmidt had played well yesterday and it gave him confidence for today’s round – and he was rewarded when his putts dropped.He’s one shot ahead of first round leader Oscar Bartram (Notts) who added two-under 70 to his opening 69.A further shot back is George Leigh (Trevose), who shared the low score of the day with his 67. He is tied in third place with Reuben Bather of Wales who was three under today.Leigh’s score took him to four-under for the championship and was particularly memorable for the nine birdies it included. “I birdied half the holes, it’s the most birdies I’ve ever had in a round,” said the 16-year old.He set up his score with dazzling iron play, leaving himself with makeable putts which he duly converted. For example, he had a run of four consecutive birdies from the 14th where he holed out from 1ft, 4ft, 2in and 8ft.“I gave myself a lot of opportunities,” said Leigh, who is getting back into competitive golf after concentrating on his exams. “I haven’t played much for the last four months but I’ve practised quite a lot recently.”After today’s round the field was cut to the leading 40 players and ties who return for the final 36 holes tomorrow. A total of 44 players with scores of five-over and better qualified.last_img read more

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April 30 soft date for Premier League return to be postponed further

first_imgAdvertisement 1k6NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsfoeWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ed6ceb( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1x5Would you ever consider trying this?😱7lCan your students do this? 🌚t6bqRoller skating! Powered by Firework The English football season won’t return until May, with a new date expected to be announced next week, confirmed the Football Association (FA) – following a meeting with Premier League and the EFL clubs on Thursday. The 2019/20 English football season was initially suspended until April 3rd, but with growing number of new Covid-19 cases in the British Isles, the initial return date of April 30 is to be put back. Advertisement Under the current rules, the English football season has to be completed by the first week of June, however, in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has been confirmed that this regulation has been waived indefinitely due to serious health concerns.Advertisement A statement released made by all three parties (FA, Premier League and EFL), earlier this week reads:“The FA, Premier League, EFL and women’s professional game, together with the PFA and LMA, understand we are in unprecedented times and our thoughts are with everyone affected by COVID-19.Advertisement “We are united in our commitment to finding ways of resuming the 2019/20 football season and ensuring all domestic and European club league and cup matches are played as soon as it is safe and possible to do so.“We have collectively supported UEFA in postponing EURO 2020 to create space in the calendar to ensure domestic and European club league and cup matches have an increased opportunity to be played and, in doing so, maintain the integrity of each competition.“The FA’s Rules and Regulations state that “the season shall terminate not later than the 1 June” and “each competition shall, within the limit laid down by The FA, determine the length of its own playing season”.“However, The FA’s Board has agreed for this limit to be extended indefinitely for the 2019/20 season in relation to Professional Football.“Additionally, we have collectively agreed that the professional game in England will be further postponed until no earlier than 30 April.”But on Thursday, several British media outlets reported that following a meeting between the FA and the Premier League and EFL clubs, it has been decided that the continuing coronavirus outbreak has made any chances of the 2019/20 football season resuming by April 30 impossible and a new date is expected to be announced next week.Earlier in March, the FA had suspended all footballing activities until at least April 3rd, but with growing number of coronavirus cases in the country and the continent, the officials declared that the current season could be ‘extended indefinitely’ – elongating the suspension till the last week of April. You may also like:Massive update on Euro 2020 in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemicIndian footballing icon PK Banerjee breathes his last Advertisementlast_img read more

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