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US Navy fighter jet crashes near naval air station

first_img View post tag: US Navy View post tag: F/A-18C Hornet Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy fighter jet crashes near naval air station August 3, 2016 A U.S. Navy F/A-18C Hornet aircraft crashed on Tuesday into an open field near Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada.No one was hurt during the incident and surrounding structures were not damaged, initial reports say.According to a Navy statement, the Navy pilot managed to eject safely before the plane crashed at approximately 10:50 a.m. PDT. He was recovered by emergency response personnel, and has been transported to medical facilities for evaluation.The F/A-18C Hornet was on temporary assignment to Strike Fighter Wing Pacific Detachment Fallon, from Marine Strike Fighter Squadron (VMFA) 232.Last week a Marine pilot was killed in an F/A-18 crash in California. View post tag: Crash Authorities US Navy fighter jet crashes near naval air station Share this articlelast_img read more

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Widespread Panic To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas With Three Night Run

first_imgTickets for the run go on sale next Friday, April 14th via Ticketmaster.For a full list of Panic’s upcoming scheduled dates, head to the band’s website.[Cover photo via Daniel Ojeda] While it has been well-documented that Athens rock stalwarts Widespread Panic will be “slowing down” the scope of their famously rigorous touring schedule in 2017, there is still plenty of Panic on the books in the coming months. The band is scheduled to headline some of the biggest jam-friendly events of the 2017 festival “season,” including the upcoming Wanee Music Festival, “hometown” Georgia festival Sweetwater 420 Fest, the iconic New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, stacked summer favorites like LOCKN’ Festival and The Peach Music Festival, and more. Last month, Panic announced the return of their annual Red Rocks Amphitheatre run in June, where they will surely continue their 50+ show sellout streak.Today, Widespread Panic has announced that they will perform a three-night run in Las Vegas from October 27th – 29th at the Park Theater in the Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino to celebrate Halloween. The run was announced via an Instagram post from the band’s account:last_img read more

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Moyes plays down talk of Rooney rift

first_img And a pointed statement from Rooney on his official Facebook page on Friday night, which thanked Hodgson for the faith he had shown in him while omitting any mention of Moyes or United, was taken as further proof that all is not well. However, while the position is far from ideal given Rooney’s desire to leave and his time spent training with the reserves this week, Moyes has indicated the rift is not quite as bad as some have claimed. “I had a long conversation with Roy about it last week,” Moyes told MUTV. “Wayne has had a shoulder injury. He has been sore with it, which has meant he has not been able to have any contact, so he hasn’t trained with us [the first team]. “He has trained a little bit with the reserves as a non-contact player, a floating player, so at least he got a little bit of football work. “He trained with the first team today [Saturday] and he did a bit of extra work, so he is probably more likely to be ready for England than he will be for us. “You’ve got to remember he has had no football practice. “I explained all this and I would only expect Roy to play him for a short time.” Having failed to make any appearances during pre-season, unsettled striker Rooney will also be absent when United take on Wigan in the Community Shield. But the minor shoulder injury that prevented Rooney from travelling to Sweden last week has not stopped him from being called up by Roy Hodgson for England’s friendly with Scotland on Wednesday. Manchester United manager David Moyes has dismissed the suggestion he is unhappy at losing Wayne Rooney to England duty. Press Association Moyes’ version of events tallies with Hodgson’s, who is keen not to be seen as profiting at the new United manager’s expense. Speaking to Sky Sports News, Hodgson said: “The only problem is that my selection of him could be used as a wedge between David Moyes and myself. “There’s not going to be any wedges put between us two, we’ve been friends for a very long time. David understands fully the situation. “David knows what we have in mind and unfortunately we just have to accept that there’ll be some opinions on the subject and that people will try to drive wedges, but it’s wrong to do so.” Hodgson’s assistant Gary Neville added: “It will have no effect whatsoever on the England squad. “I’ve played with Wayne Rooney for many years and I’ve been coach with England for the last year and a half. I’ve never seen him give anything other than 100 per cent in every single training session. “It’s an insult to suggest he would have any negative effect on any England squad. “He’s not that kind of lad. He’s a good lad, a great player, a fantastically important player – not just for Manchester United but for England. “We’ll just concentrate on looking after all the players. Wayne Rooney will come along and do his very best as he always does.” Rooney, though, will not be involved when United search for their first trophy of the Moyes era against Wigan tomorrow. Neither will Nani, nor Ashley Young, who have both also been ruled out of a fixture United could really do with winning given their troubled pre-season. “[We will] take just about everyone that’s fit. We are one or two short, likes of Nani, Ashley, Wayne are not available for the game at Wembley,” Moyes said. “Apart from that nearly all others players, if everything goes well, are fit and available to travel. “It’s a really important fixture because it’s the start of the season for us.” last_img read more

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One to watch: Sirplay continues global expansion

first_img George Shamugia, Singular: How the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped Nigerian sports betting June 5, 2020 Submit Over recent months, Sirplay has continued to expand its presence across world betting markets.Following the signing of new, high-profile deals in Africa and Latin America, SBC caught up with Bart Esposito, CEO of the Malta-based sportsbook and online gaming group, who discussed the company’s plans for the remainder of 2017 and beyond.SBC: Could you provide a brief history of Sirplay and outline the primary scope of your operations in 2017?BE: Sirplay brand was founded in 2011 to create the most innovative and fast sportsbook solutions; bookmakers understood it almost immediately and in about one year we became an international software house. Our mission is to enter emerging markets in developing countries and investing – in the real meaning of the word – by hiring local staff.For some time, we have been focusing on Latin America. Our attention remains focused on the region in 2017, with a particular interest in Peru, where the betting industry is reaching an arousing rate of increase, and in Brazil, where an ad hoc regulation is expected to be created over the coming months.But we won’t disregard Argentina, where we’ll be exhibiting at SAGSE Buenos Aires and maintaining our winning collaboration with Lotería de San Luis.Another market we have been focusing on for a while is African. Nigeria is giving us great satisfaction, rewarding our efforts made when all the other providers decided to abandon the country during the recent economic crisis. Now we are pointing to South Africa, Kenya and Congo.SBC: We recently reported on your successful partnership with Lotería de San Luis for the Jugadon.com online gaming site. How did this partnership come about?BE: In Argentina, every province manages gambling activities autonomously and every lottery operates in its province of reference only.At the time, we responded to a call for tender, as other online betting software providers did, but only Sirplay had the right credentials and certifications besides its availability to adapt the online betting platform to Argentinian market requirements.In particular, for Lotería de San Luis, we redesigned our prepaid cards payment system to fit for casinos and the lottery’s agencies.SBC: Across the Atlantic, you recently unveiled a partnership in Nigeria through a partnership with Betabet2000. How is this partnership faring?BE: We entered the African sportsbook market five years ago and, as previously mentioned, the market is giving us a lot of satisfaction. In the first months of 2017 we registered four new activations, and others are coming. BetaBet2000 decided to bet on our online software because of its cutting-edge technological advancement, prompt delivery service and convenience. The platform launch only recently took place, so the volume of bets has been structuring little by little, but it’s a promising platform, and BetaBet2000’s CEO has big plans in mind.Elsewhere, we recently established two new partnerships with Nigerian bookmakers, and the tenacity shown in the country, combined with the big success of our SBWA exhibition, has given rise to some important relationships, which we will disclose soon.SBC: How important is the African betting market in the wider context of the global gaming industry? Which betting sectors do you feel are set to enjoy the most growth in the continent over the coming months and years?BE: Although the average amount per bet is lower in Africa than in other regions where the market is already established, the game volume is balanced by the elevated numbers of players.We estimate that if the market developments of the coming six months will continue, as foreseen by statistics, the African market will become one of the main characters of the online sports betting industry in two years.Despite experts’ predictions that were talking about a decrease in sports bets, these are still the spearhead of the African online betting sector. Of course, mobile enjoyment is growing in step with the mobile spread. Our data show placed bets are 70% sportsbook, 20% virtual games and 10% the rest.SBC: Recently, you mentioned your new bookmaker confederation in Africa. In what way will this confederation help bolster the African betting market?BE: We are currently working on a project to establish a gaming confederation that is dedicated to our clients. This will start with the Nigerian market, but will spread globally.It is our aim to create a network where member bookmakers, maintaining their autonomy, will be able to share each information about risks and dangerous players, creating an always up-to-date monitoring on the local and global betting market.For Sirplay, this would be an opportunity to understand how sportsbook trends are changing and therefore where to invest in developing.We will be revealing the full details of the confederation over the coming weeks.SBC: Finally, what does the remainder of 2017 have in store for Sirplay?BE: We are currently developing a new version of our betting software. The betting engine we are developing is designed to change the gaming industry as we know it. In October, we’ll release its first module regarding live betting, giving a taste of our long and hard work.We want to start from this module because it will be the first live betting to be in real time, reducing the lag time to a few hundredths of a second; a module, certified by independent laboratories, unlike any other. Codere records 10X losses seeking vital lifeline  May 28, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Share Related Articles BtoBet refines African SMS payment options with Tola Mobile  August 20, 2020last_img read more

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