For more information on IRB Awards in association with Emirates Airline click here Chris celebrates after scoring the try against Australia that’s been awarded the IRPA Try of the YearA wonderful individual try scored by England’s Chris Ashton at Twickenham against Australia in November has been named the International Rugby Players’ Association Try of the Year 2010.The England international’s try won the public vote having fought off stiff competition from some outstanding scores finished by Mils Muliaina, Felipe Contepomi, Shane Williams and Women’s Rugby World Cup 2010 star Danielle Waterman. Ashton’s memorable try, his second in the match, combined pace, power and panache as the wing raced clear to finish off a superb counter-attack that started near his own try-line.The try received the most votes following an online poll at www.irb.com which saw the global Rugby family select his score from a shortlist of 18 from the RBS Six Nations, Tri Nations, Women’s Rugby World Cup, Pacific Nations Cup and IRB Nations Cup as well as the June and November internationals.“It’s a fantastic accolade to win the IRPA Try of the Year Award, and it means a lot to me that so many people took the trouble to vote for me ahead of so many other great players,” said Ashton. “Even though I had the job of putting the ball down over the whitewash it was a team effort with the whole team playing its part in defending and forcing the turnover before Ben Youngs and Courtney Lawes gave me the ball. They all deserve the credit too – it wouldn’t have happened without all of us working together.”IRPA Chairman Damian Hopley said: “The IRPA Try of the Year is a highly prestigious Award featuring world-class Rugby action from players representing seven nations. Chris Ashton’s outstanding try will live long in the memory of those of us fortunate enough to be at Twickenham that day, and he is a very deserving winner. We had great difficulty narrowing the field from our original 230 entries to the 18 nominees which were presented for the public vote as there were many spectacular tries scored in 2010. The public vote proved equally close with Danielle Waterman and Israel Dagg polling considerable votes, before Chris emerged as the winner.” LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS The full shortlist was: Shane Williams (2), Ben Foden, Dan Carter, Felipe Contepomi, Gonzalo Tiesi, Mils Muliaina, Israel Dagg, James O’Connor, Danielle Waterman, Cobie-Jane Morgan, Huriana Manuel, Chrysander Botha, Nikola Matawalu, Juan Jose Imhoff, Chris Ashton, James Hook and Adam Ashley-Cooper.Ashton follows in the footsteps of 2009 winner, South Africa centre Jaque Fourie, Ireland captain Brian O’Driscoll in 2008 and Takudzwa Ngwenya of the USA who claimed the inaugural award in 2007.View Chris Ashton’s winning try…
Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Messiahs show up in the most unlikely placesby David Cassidy, Christ Community Church Joshua Bell is a world- renowned virtuoso violinist and those attending his performances would regularly spend hundreds of dollars to hear him. In what Washington Post reporter Gene Weingarten referred to as ”an experiment in context, perception, and priorities – as well as unblinking assessment of public taste,” Bell took up his Stradivarius violin worth around 3.5 million dollars and began to play outside the L’ Enfant Metro Station in Washington DC. It was a Wednesday morning rush hour in 2007. Thousands of commuters passed by. With the violin case open before him, Bell managed to collect only about thirty bucks. Thousands passed by one of the greatest violinists in the world playing one of the greatest instruments ever crafted and didn’t even notice. In Weingarten’s words, Bell was ‘hidden in plain sight.’Joshua Bell hiding in plain sight…If you’d walked through the streets of Bethlehem 2000 years ago and heard a mother’s cries as she gave birth or an infant’s cries as he was born, would you have really thought anything of it, other than, maybe, pity for the people in such circumstances?What would we have recognized in all of the portents so long ago? If we’d seen the star the Magi saw would we have given it a second thought? Would we have said to ourselves, “The world has just changed? The revolution has begun. The end of all things is at hand, and our redemption is here”? Probably not.Historians note that at that time the ancient near eastern world was on expectant tiptoe, hoping for the appearance of a Champion, a Redeemer, someone – anyone! – Who would end the world’s long, night. Few saw the answer to the world’s longing for a baby born into poverty on the outskirts of a subjugated territory, a child born with a questionable birth in a marginal family. I honestly don’t think I would’ve done so. Like a commuter ignorantly hurrying past a virtuoso, I too would’ve skipped the occasion and left it to astonished shepherds and strange foreigners to mark the birth.In his book The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World We Live In, John Lubbock wrote,“What we do see depends mainly on what we look for. … In the same field the farmer will notice the crop, the geologists the fossils, botanists the flowers, artists the coloring, sportsmen the cover for the game. Though we may all look at the same things, it does not all follow that we should see them.” I suspect this reveals something of why I would have missed the Messiah: he wasn’t the sort of Savior I would be looking for. After all, Saviors need to be in positions of power with significant resources at their disposal. Great leaders typically come from high-powered educational backgrounds and have proven their strength in battle. The baby in Bethlehem had no such pedigree to command him to me, or anyone else. Thousands of times in history a baby became a King, but only once in history did a King become a baby. That’s not what we expected.We are often blind to the incredible things God is doing. We seldom pause in astonished wonder to worship. God sends us subtle signs to seize our attention, seeking to draw us aside from the way Moses once stopped to see a bush burning but not consumed by the blaze; that moment changed his life forever and changed world history too.How does God come to us? Unexpectedly.Maybe God shows up through a friend’s companionship or a newborn’s smile. Sometimes it’s a song that stirs emotions we’d forgotten about, or a film that leaves us reeling from its message. It could be the pain we see in Aleppo or laughter we hear from the down the hall. God comes to us in the poor and the needy, in the addict and the grieving, in the prisoner and the refugee. Do we see? Our steely hearts and minds are frequently pried open by the diagnosis of a disease or the sudden death of someone cherished. We never saw it coming. We don’t know what to make of it. And again God shows up in the unexpected. Do we notice?I once heard a pastor say that God disguised himself as one of us to walk with us and that’s who Jesus is. While that may sound sweet, it’s also dead wrong. Jesus is not God disguised. Jesus is God revealed. And that’s what’s so crazy beautiful unexpected about this whole Christmas story. Jesus isn’t God dressed up as one of us; he’s God become one of us. The birth of Jesus means many things but we must not miss that by his birth God the Son made our story his own, and by his Second Coming he will make his story ours. That’s God in the manger, ‘the infinite contracted to a span, divinity made a man.’ Mary and Joseph knew this, but few others could see it, or even imagine it.You may not believe it either. I get it. Virgins don’t have babies. God doesn’t become human. And yet… that’s what we most assuredly believe that Scripture affirms. Anglican theologian NT Wright wrote, “How can you live with the terrifying thought that the hurricane has become human, that fire has become flesh, which life itself became life and walked in our midst? Christianity either means that, or it means nothing. It is either the most devastating disclosure of the deepest reality of the world, or it is a sham, nonsense, a bit of deceitful playacting. Most of us, unable to cope with saying either of those things, condemn ourselves to live in the shallow world in between.”The unassailable, and to some unpalatable, the truth is that Jesus is revealed in Scripture as God. This God comes to us in weakness and poverty to overthrow our darkest and most ancient foes – sin and death – while overturning everything we thought we knew about the way the world is supposed to be. In his Mother’s words, he turns away the powerful and restores the humble and hungry and poor. He is a contradiction to our pretentiousness.Here is a man who was born in an obscure village, the child of a peasant woman. He grew up in another village. He worked in a carpenter shop until He was thirty. Then for three years He was an itinerant preacher.In the early part of the twentieth century, James Francis said of Jesus, “Here is a man who was born in an obscure village, the child of a peasant woman. He grew up in another village. He worked in a carpenter shop until He was thirty. Then for three years He was an itinerant preacher. He never owned a home. He never wrote a book. He never held an office. He never had a family. He never went to college. He never put His foot inside a big city. He never traveled two hundred miles from the place He was born. He never did one of the things that usually accompany greatness. He had no credentials but Himself…While still a young man, the tide of popular opinion turned against him. His friends ran away. One of them denied Him. He was turned over to His enemies. He went through the mockery of a trial. He was nailed to a cross between two thieves. While He was dying His executioners gambled for the only piece of property He had on earth – His coat. When He was dead, He was laid in a borrowed grave through the pity of a friend.”That’s not the CV of a Messiah we’d expect. It looks like folly. History suggests, however, that the foolishness of God is a more powerful answer to human need than the wisdom of humankind. James Francis continued, Nineteen long centuries have come and gone, and today He is a centerpiece of the human race and leader of the column of progress.I am far within the mark when I say that all the armies that ever marched, all the navies that were ever built; all the parliaments that ever sat and all the kings that ever reigned, put together, have not affected the life of man upon this earth as powerfully as has that one solitary life.What will you do with this unexpected Savior? Admire him? Emulate him? Those in the ancient world known as ‘wise men’ worshiped him. That’s the right response. CS Lewis observed, “Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.”We lost some great people in 2016, among them the amazing Leonard Cohen. He said, “I’m very fond of Jesus Christ. He may be the most beautiful guy who walked the face of this earth. Any guy who says ‘Blessed is the poor. Blessed are the meek’ has got to be a figure of unparalleled generosity and insight and madness…A man who declared himself to stand among the thieves, the prostitutes and the homeless. His position cannot be comprehended. It is an inhuman generosity. A generosity that would overthrow the world if it was embraced because nothing would weather that compassion…”I will go further than Cohen and say that it isn’t only Jesus’ position that cannot be comprehended, but his very person. Christmas marks a mystery too great for us grasp, too deep for us to measure: God is with one with us and us. At Christmas, we realize afresh that God is not so much the object of our study as he is the cause of our wonder. And it reminds me that the only thing more unexpected than this kind of Savior is that he loves me. I didn’t expect that. I don’t deserve it. No wonder the angels said that their message was good news for all people. This unexpected child has brought us an unmatched love that has won for us eternal life. And that’s the greatest, most surprising gift any of us can ever open this Christmas. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSChristmasInspirationJesus Previous articleOne Solitary LifeNext articleAmazon, Google offer 99-cent movie rental deal Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11
Saturday Jun 14, 2014 Fiji score six tries in Pacific Nations Cup rout against Tonga Fiji got their 2014 Pacific Nations Cup defence under way with a convincing 45-17 win over Tonga at Churchill Park in Lautoka earlier today. The defending champions scored six tries and played some excellent rugby, with the backs in particular running riot. Glasgow Warriors star Nikola Matawalu steered the ship and put the backs in space, allowing the likes of Nemani Nadolo, Watisoni Votu and veteran Sireli Bobo to do what they do best.Winger Bobo, now 38 years of age believe it or not, scored twice including what was one of the tries of the match. Centre Nadolo, who was given the kicking duties, scored a try of his own and kicked 15 points, while Votu also picked up a brace. Captain Akapusi Qera crossed late in the game too.With a 24-3 lead at the break Fiji always looked in control of things, and Tonga were only able to cross the whitewash with twenty minutes to go, following a yellow card for wing Votu.“The Fijians are always dangerous from broken play and you can see today they punished us,” said Tongan captain Nili Latu. “We just had no answer. We were here to win and to fight to the end and played well in the second half.“Last week the Samoans were not as quick and there’s no system on defence that can stop them from broken play. That’s the danger from the Fiji team.”Fiji are joint first round winners after Japan’s 34-25 win over Canada last weekend. Samoa, who drew 18-18 with Tonga, beat Italy 15-0 today after five Tusi Pisi penalties proved the difference in the Italian’s tour match in Apia. The United States are hosting Japan later today.ADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Related Articles 81 WEEKS AGO scottish prop saves fire victim 84 WEEKS AGO New Rugby X tournament insane 112 WEEKS AGO Vunipola stands by his comments supporting…
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Q3 saw job boom in charity sector, study reveals The charity sector experienced a job boom in the last quarter, according to the latest statistics from job site CV-Library, putting it in the top ten sectors to find a job in.The study, which compared Q3 job market data with that of the same period last year, found that the charity sector experienced a 32.4% increase in advertised vacancies over the past 12 months, while advertised salaries saw an increase of 8.3% when comparing year-on-year data. The industry made the list of the top 10 sectors to find a job in at present.The top ten in terms of % increase in job vacancies:Charity – 32.4%Manufacturing – 24%Automotive – 18.8%Social Care – 18.4%Recruitment – 12.9%Construction – 11.1%Engineering – 11.1%Accounting – 8.8%Customer Services – 7.8%Retail – 7.7%Lee Biggins, Founder and Managing Director of CV-Library said:“It’s great to see that employers in the charity sector are remaining positive in the face of uncertainty, and that they continued to drive their recruitment efforts in the last quarter. This is particularly good news for job hunters and anyone who may be looking for their next role. If you’re starting to get itchy feet and feel like it could be time to make your next career move, there are an abundance of great opportunities in this industry right now.”“It’s clear from the data that not only are businesses in the charity industry continuing to invest in their workforce, but they also recognise the need to offer competitive salaries in order to attract talented candidates. If you are looking for a new role, this further confirms that now is the perfect time to do so, especially if you’re looking to boost your pay packet.” Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis10 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Tagged with: recruitment Research / statistics Melanie May | 2 November 2017 | News 86 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis10 85 total views, 1 views today
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printAfter a sloppy start, the TCU women’s basketball team put together a strong second half to win a close battle over McNeese State. The Frogs came out on top, 74-70.The Frogs struggled early in the game, committing nine turnovers in the first quarter. McNeese was able to build up an early lead, scoring 13 points off of those turnovers. After the first quarter, McNeese led 19-14.TCU head coach Raegan Pebley said she was not pleased with how careless the Frogs were with the ball.“Our turnovers really kept shooting us in the foot,” Pebley said. “Offense is so much about rhythm and when a third of your possessions are interrupted by turnovers it fuels their defense and builds their confidence.”McNeese continued to build their lead, knocking down eight three-pointers in the first half. The Cowgirls led 34-26 at half time.About midway through the third quarter, TCU forward Amy Okonkwo began to dominate for Frogs. Okonkwo scored six straight points followed by an AJ Alix three to bring TCU within two points, 44-42.After trading short runs, McNeese held a 51-48 lead heading into the fourth quarter.Starting the fourth quarter strong, McNeese came out scoring six straight. However, the Frogs forced a few turnovers and capitalized with nine straight points capped by an Alix steal and a layup by Jada Butts to tie the game at 57.The Frogs took their first lead of the game when freshman Kianna Ray hit a three with 4:07 left in the game. The Frogs were now leading 65-62.Okonkwo caused some serious problems for the Cowgirls down low, scoring 15 of her game-high 17 points in the second half on an efficient 8-11 shooting effort.Okonkwo said the guards’ ability to get stops on defense gave her the opportunities to score some big buckets down the stretch.“They pressured the ball,” Okonkwo said. “Our guards played great defense and made them turn over the ball and we were ready to go execute on the offensive end.”With one minute to go, the game was tied at 70. The Frogs were able to force a big turnover, followed by a huge bucket and three-point play opportunity by Ray with 37 seconds left. Ray missed the free throw, but the Frogs had a 72-70 lead with 30 seconds left to play.Down by two, McNeese had one last chance to force the game to overtime.On their last possession, McNeese looked to take the lead with a three late in the shot clock, but Alix came up with a huge block to force a shot clock violation.The Frogs got the ball back with six seconds left and Toree Thompson knocked down two free throws to give the Frogs the 74-70 victory.Pebley said she was worried and expected a close battle coming into this game.“I knew we were a little fatigued coming in,” Pebley said. “McNeese is a good, disciplined team. We’re really fortunate to have won this.”The win pushes the Frogs to a 6-3 overall record. TCU has two more non-conference games before Big 12 play begins.The Frogs will have a week off for finals before they host Texas Southern next Sunday in the Schollmaier Arena. Tip-off is set for 1 p.m. Howard dominates in Frogs victory Arik Hugheshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/arik-hughes/ ReddIt Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Previous articleSuccess in athletics attracts students to universityNext articleThe Ugly Christmas Sweater Shop comes to Fort Worth Arik Hughes RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arik Hugheshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/arik-hughes/ + posts Facebook TCU women’s tennis drops match against Texas Twitter Facebook Arik Hughes Arik Hugheshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/arik-hughes/ (Photo courtesy: gofrogs.com) Linkedin Arik Hugheshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/arik-hughes/ TCU bats carry Frogs to a sweep Twitter ReddIt TCU men’s tennis sweeps Oklahoma State TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Linkedin
April 7, 2021 Find out more April 27, 2021 Find out more to go further News VietnamAsia – Pacific News Thuy was already jailed in 2007 for writing articles critical of the government for websites and dissident publications: http://www.rsf.org/Leading-woman-writer-arrested-for.html. She was freed in February 2008 but the political police kept her under surveillance and continued to harass her.Another woman writer, Pham Thanh Nghien, received a four-year jail sentence a few weeks ago in Hai Phong on a charge of “propaganda” against the regime under article 88 of the criminal code. Reporters Without Borders condemns the three-and-a-half-year sentence which a Hanoi court passed today on writer and human rights activist Tran Khai Thanh Thuy on a trumped-up charge of assault. Analysis of some of the prosecution’s evidence against Thuy and her husband, Do Ba Tan, who was given a suspended sentence, shows that it was fabricated by the police. Thuy and her husband assaulted no one. On the contrary, they were the victims of violence on the part of the security forces, which have been making their lives impossible for years.The court convicted the couple of assaulting two neighbours on the evening of 8 October 2009, the day that Thuy tried to travel to Hai Phong (to the east of Hanoi) to attend the trial of six pro-democracy activists. The police intercepted her while she was en route to Hai Phong and escorted her back to the capital.In the evening, two individuals who were clearly in cahoots with the police entered the couple’s home and hit Thuy with a brick, injuring her. Her husband took her to hospital where they were arrested by the police. The next day, the state media carried reports accusing the couple of attacking two neighbours.The police file includes a photo that is supposed to show the injuries that one of the neighbours received at the hands of the couple. But it can be established from an IT analysis of the photo that it was taken in February 2005 and not October 2009, as the police claim (see photo and results of analysis). Col. Vu Cong Long and the other officers in charge of the case clearly fabricated the evidence in order to punish a well-known government critic. Instead of trying her under article 88 of the criminal code, which concerns dissident activities, they preferred to accuse her of violating article 104.“The hidden motive for this grotesque trial and verdict was the desire of the police authorities to silence a critic for a long time, a critic who has never ceased to peacefully defend human rights,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The security forces mounted a Machiavellian response to Thuy’s courage.” Reporters Without Borders has just sent a letter to the European Union’s leaders, including Catherine Ashton and the Spanish presidency, asking them to suspend its human rights dialogue with Vietnam in protest against the recent wave of arrests and trials of pro-democracy activists.Thuy was transferred on 19 October to Hoa Lu prison near Hanoi, where the authorities have denied her the medical attention she needs for the diabetes and advanced tuberculosis she suffers from. Reporters Without Borders already condemned the government’s “criminal” refusal to release Thuy despite the deterioration in her health in a release in November: http://www.rsf.org/Information-about-imprisoned.html News Follow the news on Vietnam Help by sharing this information Organisation VietnamAsia – Pacific Three more independent reporters arrested in Vietnam RSF laureates support jailed Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang Vietnam sentences journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu to eight years in prison RSF_en February 5, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Writer who was assaulted gets three-and-a-half-year sentence on trumped-up assault charge April 22, 2021 Find out more News Receive email alerts
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