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TAB may alter the odds after publication — please check odds when placing selections. And that makes it hard to get a line on where things are exactly at. The Inter Dominions, which return to New Zealand later in the year has played a role in the spike in Australian interest although no nominations are per cent confirmed as coming. Unbeaten machine U May Cullect, is trained by Paul Ellis and Kirstin Barclay, is there and is set to begin his campaign at the Hannon Memorial next month, while other notable nominations include up and coming pacers Gran.
Chico and Ive Already Told You. In the Dominion Handicap, Marcoola is one of three former winners of the race in the nominations alongside stablemate Amaretto Sun and former Horse of the Year, Monbet. The champion trotter is on the way back from injury and has completed two pleasing trials for trainers Greg and Nina Hope who also have another excitement machine, Enghien in the nominations. There are three Australian contenders for the trotting feature of Cup Week. His athleticism and ball-carrying skills makes him exactly what Steve Hansen and company are looking for in props, in this new era of free-running, mobile rugby.
But the inexperienced loosehead was still seen by many as an outside chance to make the World Cup squad, especially with the likes of All Black centurion Owen Franks in the running for the five prop spots. Even Moli, who made his second All Black appearance as a substitute in Perth, thought he had blown his chance. The year-old says it was tough not to hear. In fact, Hansen and company will hope he could be a little more than that, even. If Jacobson, a successful former New Zealand unders captain, continues his development at the current rate he could be a Kieran Read-type figure — a future No.
Too much, too soon? He has played only one test — as a replacement against Argentina — and while he will be expected to step up if required, the current plan will be that he continues to improve his combinations with Sam Cane, Ardie Savea, Kieran Read and Matt Todd. If Hansen is right, his successor as All Blacks coach could be about to reap the rewards. Three Mid Canterbury sides will take to the field tomorrow hoping to take out their respective cup finals tomorrow. Mid Canterbury United Football Club first team captain Edward Kettle will be hoping to lead his side to glory in the cup final tomorrow at the Ashburton Domain.
The two sides were clearly the best sides in Division 1 this season, and the Division 1 cup final gives either side the chance to take overall season bragging rights after they could only be. Methven were dominant throughout the season and will be expecting to come away with the victory tomorrow as well. The Mid Canterbury United Football Club second team will be hoping to get their hands on the Division 5 cup as well, also play-. All games begin at 2. Runner-up Tottenham is joined in the pot of second-seeded teams by Ajax, its semi-final opponent last season which advanced from the playoff round on Wednesday.
Spain has a record 18 titles, though those were won by just two clubs — 13 for Real Madrid,. Five different English clubs have won the competition which kicked off 64 years ago. The 32 teams, from 16 different countries, will again share prize money of 1.
The total revenue is 3. The title winner in Istanbul on May 30 should get at least million euros. All 32 clubs get a basic fee of Last season, Liverpool and Ajax both emerged from pot No. Of 11 former European champions in the draw, four will come from the pot of second-seeded teams: Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Ajax and Benfica. Third-seeded teams include Salzburg, which is entering the group stage for the first time in 24 years with new American coach Jesse Marsch. The Austrian champion had several playoff failures when owned by energy drink maker Red Bull. Atalanta from Italy makes its Champions League debut as a dangerous outsider among low-.
Leipzig can be in the same group as Salzburg due to UEFA deciding two years ago there was no conflict of ownership interest after Red Bull cut some ties to the Austrian club. The teams played in the same Europa League group last season. UEFA restrictions in the draw prevent teams from the same country being in the same group, and keeps Russian and Ukrainian teams apart due to political tensions. That rule was imposed in after Russia annexed the Crimea region from Ukraine. Only Benfica is in the draw after Portugal had three teams in the group stage and two last season.
The league runner-up now enters the third qualifying rounds, and Porto was ousted by Krasnodar, a Russian debutant which lost in the playoffs to Olympiakos on Tuesday. Olympiakos, the Greek runner-up, plays in its 19th Champions League group campaign. For the second straight season, Red Star Belgrade was the only team that advanced through four qualifying rounds since early July. Red Star, in pot No. The four-team groups start play on September 17 and finish December Golf is a sport for all ages, and on Sunday the Ashburton Golf Club is inviting anyone along who wants to give the sport a go.
The day will include free coach-. Overlooked was the most volatile week of the FedEx Cup playoffs, and it was costly for Patrick Cantlay. But it was the wrong time for a bad week. He tied for 12th at The Northern Trust and held his position. Cantlay opened with a and was six shots behind going into the weekend. But a weekend at East Lake sent him to a three-way tie for 21st. He then recorded the worst hole score of his year — over It was the worst score at East Lake. Because he started at 3-under par with his No. Others who dropped significantly were Jon Rahm, who went.
Under the previous system, where the points were reset at. The flip side was Paul Casey, who skipped the opening playoff event and was the No. He had the third-best score at. The payout at No. While a bad week at the wrong time seems cruel, the Players Advisory Council signed off on this last spring. Not to be ignored is the Wyndham Rewards for the regular season. No one starved. Even before video surfaced of Bryson DeChambeau taking more than two minutes on an 8-foot putt, the PGA Tour enacted two changes that should improve the pace of play at opposite-field events, and on the weekend at other PGA Tour events.
The hole cut will be the top 65 and ties, a change first disclosed in early May. It previously was top 70 and ties. Rugby league will take centre stage at the Hampstead Rugby Club on Saturday. The club, far more used to hosting the man game, is playing host to league teams from around wider Canterbury for the day, starting with a junior rugby league tournament and finishing up with a feature game which will pit the Aoraki Eels against the Canterbury Maori.
The Eels downed the Whalers , having led at half-time, to become the first district to win the Challenge Cup. This weekend, the number of junior teams will grow to include teams from the Hornby Panthers, Riccarton Knights and the Rolleston Warriors, and the junior games will run from 9am through until 1. Right — Junior rugby league will return to Ashburton this weekend, but at the unusual venue of the Hampstead Rugby Club. The Parramatta Eels were the other club reported to be chasing his signature.
The year-old Fiji international leaves Manly on good terms, but has been forced out because of salary cap considerations and the rise of Manase Fainu. Signing for the Bulldogs will allow Koroisau to remain in Sydney. But as another Warriors season slips into disaster there is a sense that players increasingly regard them as a bad career investment. Since the successful campaign — where the Auckland club reached the grand final — they have traditionally hit the skids and after.
The Warriors have also missed. There were also unconfirmed reports they wanted star Brisbane forward Tevita Pangai jnr. Feeling the fatigue AP Maybe, just maybe, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are feeling some lingering after-effects of their historic Wimbledon final last month. Djokovic was repeatedly visited by a trainer for shoulder massages at changeovers during a ragged , 3 , victory over 56th-ranked Juan Ignacio Londero of Argentina. Djokovic is a righty, of course, but he uses his other hand both for ball tosses on serves and on his two-fisted backhand — and both were less effective for stretches.
He got to the third round by beating Damir Dzumhur , , , on an afternoon when rain postponed all but nine scheduled singles matches and every doubles contest. Working up more of a sweat in the gym before heading to the court, say. Or playing an extra practice set. What he chose to focus on, instead, is looking on the bright side. Indeed, Federer was one of the lucky ones who will stay on the usual play-one-day, get-a-day-off Grand Slam schedule.
That included a loss by twotime champion Venus Williams at the hands of No. You know me, I will always do that. Never in the year history of the tournament has a man gone on to claim the trophy after losing the first set in both of his first two matches. What matters right now, of course, is that Federer is still in the draw. Borna Coric, who was seeded 12th, was the latest to exit, withdrawing because of a lower back strain before he was supposed to face Grigor Dimitrov yesterday.
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Making key adjustments to her serve and straightening out her other strokes, Williams avoided what would have been her earliest loss in 19 appearances at the US Open, coming back to beat McNally , , in a match that ended as the clock ticked over midnight. The only time she was beaten as early as even the third round in New York was in her tournament debut all way back in — when she was just 16 herself.
The following year, Williams won the first of her six US Open championships. McNally had never won a match at any major tournament until Monday. She is ranked st and received a wild-card invitation from the US Tennis Association for singles and for doubles, the latter with year-old sensation Gauff. Might another stunner be in the offing? Seemed a possibility for a set, anyway, with McNally charging the net, serving-and-volleying, and looking like someone who belonged.
We plan, fund and deliver health services to the almost , people that live in the Canterbury region. Our primary goal is to put people at the heart of everything we do. Thursday 19 September Council at Meetings will be held, as required on Thursday 12, 19, 26 September commencing at 8. Members of the public are welcome to attend these meetings, and copies of the agenda will be made available at the meetings. The Team The Ashburton Hospital Maintenance Department looks after the maintenance of all buildings, grounds, services and non-clinical equipment at Ashburton Hospital and Tuarangi Home.
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Gathering of Stitches made by guild members items are on display daily from now until 22 September. Ashburton Art Gallery, West Street. A great selection of over 30 aircraft from the past to the future on display. Open daily with extended hours on a Saturday and Wednesday. Ashburton airport, Seafield Road. Open for research, visitors welcome. Ashburton Heritage Centre, West Street.
Closed most public holidays. Street, The Triangle. Heritage Centre, West Street. Ashburton Business Park club championships, 6 and 8km. Ashford Avenue. Afternoon tea and prize giving at Fairton hall.
Registrations at 1pm, start time 1. Fords Road, Tinwald. A display of embroideries achieved by members of the guild over the past two years, either free choice of work or from tutored workshops. Thu - Tue, 10am - 4pm Wed, 10am - 7pm.
Watch out for the street collectors around your town and be generous. Warnings: R18, contains coarse language and adult content. Plunket rooms, Cameron Street If you are new to town or been living here all of your life, come and have a coffee and chat. All welcome! Child-friendly location. Please contact Adi or Sue-ann to register.
Wrap up your Wednesday school day and head to the gallery to get creative and explore themes in art. A great space for children to learn and interact with each other. Children of all ages welcome. Adult supervision is required for young children. Donations appreciated. Take a miniature train ride with the Ashburton Model Engineers, craft displays in the function room.
Inflatable fun, hot food, snacks and coffee available from The Popup Playground - and much more! September 2 Welcome to the new concept of Speed networking Ashburton MSA This is an opportunity to make a large number of individuals aware of your particular programme or service that are available in our district. There will be available tea and coffee and the bar will be opened and snacks available at a cost. Limited to first 60 people. Open to community Workers in our Community. Phone Mary on Ext to make a booking. Bring along your art and craft projects to share with others over morning tea once a month.
These are social sessions which encourage you to connect with others through creativity. Be inspired to learn a new creative pastime.
Sessions are free and all are welcome to attend. The gallery will supply basic colouring-in sheets and materials, along with tea and coffee. Those attending are encouraged to bring along their own materials and projects. All the gear set up, just bring your talent, all welcome, any style of music. The event is for anyone, young or old, who would like to try out — or get back into — tennis. Equipment will be provided by participating clubs.
Three top musicians and a celebrated composer have joined together in their love of klezmer, the feisty 19th century folk music of the Jewish people. Open Hat Book: No prebooking. September 23 Boulevard Day Ashburton - East Street The day features over stallholders bursting with gift ideas, plants and crafts along with our local retailers who enjoy putting stalls out and meeting you all.
Fun for all ages. Free to attend.
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This event is on rain, hail, snow or sunshine and in 40 years we have experienced all and still stallholders and people flock to enjoy. Bite Nite 3. The last one for winter! John Cowan who features on Good Morning and Newstalk ZB will help you learn how to build your family like the way you build a house. With foundations of love and values, walls of boundaries and discipline along with a roof to keep it all together.
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Soon they all came over for safety through the storm. Thankful we were to see them come in; they talked comforting to us, sang hymns, and the brother prayed with us, and stayed till the storm was over. In a few days the fever was gone. Those missionaries who left Nauvoo at such sacrifice brought thousands into the Church. Many of those who were converted also displayed remarkable faith and courage. Brother Jenkins was converted to the gospel, and Wilford Woodruff came to the house to visit the family.
Only Mary Ann was home at the time. Through her association with Church members, Mary Ann was soon converted and baptized—the only member of her family to respond to the message of the restored gospel. She married a member of the Church, who died four months later, due in part to a beating he received at the hands of a mob intent on disrupting a Church gathering.
All alone, she boarded a ship filled with other Latter-day Saints bound for Nauvoo, leaving her home, her friends, and her unbelieving parents. She never saw her family again. Her courage and commitment eventually blessed the lives of many people. There she raised a large, faithful family, who honored both the Church and her name. During the Nauvoo period, some of the writings that later became the Pearl of Great Price were published.
These documents were written or translated by Joseph Smith under the direction of the Lord. These books are of inestimable value to the children of God, for they teach the fundamental truths of the gospel and bring the honest seeker to the knowledge of God the Father and his Son, Jesus Christ. Additional revelations have been added to the modern-day scriptures as directed by the Lord through his prophets.
More than 1, men donated every tenth day in labor. Louisa Decker, a young girl, was impressed that her mother sold her china dishes and a fine bed quilt as her temple contribution. The women of Nauvoo were asked to contribute their dimes and pennies for the temple fund. Caroline Butler had no pennies or dimes to contribute, but she wanted very much to give something. One day while going to the city in a wagon, she saw two dead buffalo. Suddenly she knew what her temple gift could be. They washed and carded the hair and spun it into coarse yarn, then knitted eight pairs of heavy mittens that were given to the rock cutters working on the temple in the bitter winter cold.
Mary Fielding Smith, wife of Hyrum Smith, wrote to Latter-day Saint women in England, who within a year gathered 50, pennies, weighing pounds, that were shipped to Nauvoo. Farmers donated teams and wagons; others sold some of their land and donated the money to the building committee. Many watches and guns were contributed. The Saints in Norway, Illinois, sent sheep to Nauvoo to be used by the temple committee. Many Saints took great comfort in the promise that the dead might have the same blessings as those who accept the gospel here on earth. The Prophet also received an important revelation concerning the teachings, covenants, and blessings that are now called the temple endowment.
Joseph Smith realized that his time on earth was short, so while the temple was still under construction, he began giving the endowment to selected faithful followers in the upstairs room of his red brick store. Even after the murder of the Prophet Joseph Smith, when the Saints realized they must shortly leave Nauvoo, they increased their commitment to completing the temple.
The attic of the unfinished temple was dedicated as a part of the structure where the endowment would be administered. Kimball, and others of the Twelve Apostles remained in the temple both day and night, sleeping no more than about four hours a night. Mercy Fielding Thompson had charge of the washing and ironing of temple clothes, as well as overseeing the cooking. She too lived in the temple, sometimes working throughout the night to have everything ready for the next day. Other members were just as devoted.