Women’s Soccer Opens 2016 Season With 1-0 Win At North Dakota State

first_imgStory Links HTML Box Score “Tonight’s game was a good road test for us,” said Drake head coach Lindsey Horner. “Our midfield was stretched in the first half but after the break we were far more organized and better at playing quickly centrally which created dangerous moments for our wide players. We had three good chances in the second half prior to the goal. We knew we had to put one away while we had the momentum. Overall we got better during the game and demonstrated the necessary grit defending on the road to earn a clean sheet.”  Print Friendly Version Next Game: Freeman, who missed nearly all of the 2015 season due to a knee injury, scored off a corner kick from junior Kasey Hurt (Ankeny, Iowa) in the 67th minute. PDF Box Score Full Schedule Roster Preview at UIC 8/26/2016 – 7 PM Drake continues the 2016 season on the road next weekend with matches at UIC and Wisconsin on Aug. 26 and Aug. 28, respectively. The Bulldogs open their home slate at Cownie on Sept. 2 against South Dakota. Junior goalkeeper Haley Morris (Clive, Iowa) started the first half and senior Brooke Dennis (Wauconda, Ill.) started in between the posts in the final half. They each tallied one save. Drake and North Dakota State each recorded three shots on goal. Sophomore Vanessa Kavan (Lincoln, Neb.) and senior Rebecca Rodgers (Peotone, Ill.) each recorded two shots. Live Stats FARGO, N.D. – Redshirt senior Alex Freeman (Duluth, Minn.) scored the game-winning goal for the Drake University women’s soccer team to edge North Dakota State, 1-0, Friday night in the season-opener for both schools.last_img read more

Letterkenny takeaway forced to close over food safety concerns

first_imgUpdated: 2.30pm 9/12/2019A closure order was enforced on a Letterkenny takeaway last month over breaches of food safety regulations.East Ocean at 61 Port Road Letterkenny was served with a temporary closure order by the Health Service Executive on 5th November. The order was lifted on the 12th of November. The takeaway was found to be in breach of the FSAI Act 1998.Closure orders are served on businesses if authorised officers find that there is or there is likely to be a grave and immediate danger to public health at/or in the food premises.An inspection at East Ocean last month found a number of food safety breaches.Failure to protect food from contamination Food was stored uncovered in dirty fridges and freezers and food was stored in dirty containers throughout the premises. Some peppers were being prepared on the draining board of a sink that was also being used to wash dirty containers. Prawns were being drained into a dirty colander. A container of raw eggs was placed in noodles at one point during the inspection.The inspector noted that there was a failure to provide hot water for cleaning and disinfecting, which is a risk of food contamination, and there was no washhand basin available for staff. As a result, thy reported that no hand washing was seen taking place.There was a ‘lack of confidence’ that the food business could provide safe food as there was no evidence of a management system for food safety and the “person in charge had poor knowledge of food safety risks and of the measures necessary to ensure the safety of food…”Closures Orders can refer to the immediate closure of all or part of the food premises, or all or some of its activities.The Orders are lifted when the premises has improved to the satisfaction of the authorised officer. A total of 20 Irish businesses were served with closure orders for breaches of food safety legislation in November.Letterkenny takeaway forced to close over food safety concerns was last modified: December 9th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Real inspiration for Virtual Caches: part two

first_img 1234<> GC7B9EZ GC7B9EZ GC7B9EZ GC7B764 GC7B764 GC7B764 GC7BA48 GC7BA48 GC7B78T GC7B78T GC7B78T 123456<> There have already been over 764 Virtual Caches published in 52 countries since August 24, 2017 when Virtual Rewards were introduced! Part one of this series focused on Virtuals that already existed, but this time we’re featuring new Virtual Caches from around the world. Join us on a virtual trip around the world!Natural or HistoricThe reward for finding a Virtual Cache is the location itself and sharing stories about your visit. That’s why natural or historic spots make such great ‘hiding’ places. The caches below feature a historic town square and a bridge that when built in 1928, was the longest suspension bridge in the world.GC7B7F7 Le pont de Grand-Mère (Quebec, CA)GC7BA25 2017/18 : RENNES – La Mairie (Bretagne, France) GC7B7F7 GC7B7F7 GC7BA25 GC7BA25 TaskAs part of earning your smiley, Virtual Caches often supply you with tasks to complete. For the caches below, tour a quarry to learn about the history of the miners and soldiers. Or head to South Africa to explore a garden created to supply passing trading ships with fresh produce!GC7B9EZ Below Above (Southern England, UK)GC7B764 Company’s Garden (Western Cape, South Africa) 12345<>center_img QuirkyAny Harry Potter fans out there? This quirky Virtual Cache takes you on a journey around Denver, Colorado to view eclectic locations “not commonly known to the muggle kind.” If relaxation and small oasis’ are calling to you then set your sights on Germany for a Virtual Cache that takes you on a three kilometer tour to several sculptures and parks! GC7B8GQ Ordinary Wizarding Levels (O.W.L.s) (Colorado, USA)GC7B974 Entspannungs-Oasen in Pößneck (Thüringen, Germany) GC7B8GQ GC7B8GQ GC7B974 GC7B974 SharePrint RelatedIntroducing Virtual Rewards!August 24, 2017In “Community”Inside Geocaching HQ Transcript (Episode 24) Virtual Rewards 2.0May 15, 2019In “Podcast”Introducing Virtual Rewards 2.0!May 14, 2019In “News” Which Virtual Cache are you most excited to find?Share with your Friends:More Remote adventuresPerhaps you’re looking for something off the beaten path. If so, these new Virtual Caches might be at the top of your list. Speaking of top, how about a Virtual on the summit of Mount Fuji in Japan? It’s the country’s tallest peak and also an active volcano! Another option is to explore a collection of natural and man-made rock features. Explore caves, secret passageways, and more at this Virtual Cache.GC7B78T Top of The Mount (Shizouka, Japan)GC7BA48 Rowtor Rocks (East Midlands, UK) 1234<>last_img read more