Swiss champion beat Austrian in the last pre-season test

first_imgNo winners in Schaffhausen Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Recommended for you Related Items:Alpla Hard, Kadetten Schaffhausen ShareTweetShareShareEmail Kadetten Schaffhausen Swiss Super Cup 2019 winners ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe Swiss champions Kadetten Schaffhausen ended pre-season period with a victory in away match against the Austrian best side – HC Alpla Hard 32:30. Kadetten’s coach Markus Baur gave the chance to some young guns, Zoran Markovic and Luka Maros scored five goals each which put their team in front of the neighbours.Kadetten will play at the VELUX EHF Champions League Group C, while Austrians will try to qualify for the elite handball competition through qualifications tournament in Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in the second week of September.PHOTO: Kadetten Schaffhausen Click to comment Kadetten Schaffhausen to keep Luka Maros until 2021last_img read more

Alaska Volcano Erupts Again; Aviation Alert Raised To Red

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享An Alaska volcano that has been active for nearly six months has erupted again. Ash can harm and stop jet engines. Ash from southwest Alaska volcanos is a threat airliners operating between North America and Asia when a cloud rises above 20,000 feet (6,096 meters). The agency says a person on nearby Unalaska Island reports seeing a large white-gray mushroom cloud form over Bogoslof, with ash falling out to the west. The Alaska Volcano Observatory says Bogoslof (BOH-gohs-lawf) Volcano in the Aleutian Islands erupted at 2:16 p.m. Sunday and sent a cloud of ash at least 35,000 feet (10,668 meters) high. The eruption lasted 55 minutes. After the eruption, the Aviation Color Code was raised to red, the highest level.last_img

Amazon Warriors aim to maintain momentum

first_img… clash with St Lucia Stars today from 16:00hrsMAINTAINING momentum will be the order of the day when the Guyana Amazon Warriors take on St Lucia Stars in their HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 cricket match at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, from 16:00hrs today.The local franchise, began the 2018 season in rampant fashion, whipping the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by six wickets on Thursday evening.Guyana Amazon Warriors Head Coach Johan Botha making a point during yesterday’s pre-match press conference. Fast rising all-rounder also share the head table with Botha.Guyana bowlers have been exemplary with everyone contributing at crucial times, but it was young batting sensation, Shimron Hetmyer, who snared the limelight with a breezy, unbeaten 79, after the Amazon Warriors suffered early setbacks in the chase, losing three quick wickets inside the first three overs.Hetmyer, in only his second game announced himself on the CPL stage. His run against Bangladesh recently – 86 and 18 in the second Test and 52, 125 and 30 in the ODIs – continued as he hit nine fours and four sixes to take Guyana home with lots to spare.At a pre-match press conference yesterday at the Guyana Marriott Hotel Georgetown, head coach Johan Botha said he is expecting a tough game today, adding that the Stars will definitely want to bounce back after their opening defeat against the Trinbago Knight Riders.“I think when you got a loss you want to bounce back as quickly as you can and certainlyYoung batting sensation, Shimron Hetmyer, was the Amazon Warriors main batsman on Thursday evening.they would want to, tomorrow night (tonight), so it’s up to us to keep on top and keep the pressure on them. Having said that their lineup has some quality players as well, so we will have to bring our A game,” Botha said.On the other hand, the Stars have concerns, and although the team has been rejigged, with a new captain in Kieron Pollard, the results for St Lucia at the start of the 2018 edition clearly haven’t taken a drastic turn for the better.They are now on a 12-match losing streak stretching back to 2016, when they were called Zouks.last_img read more