Take a look at what games are being televised where to make sure you don’t miss any of the action Women’s Six Nations Round 1Sun 2 February, France 13-19 EnglandSun 2 February, Ireland 18-14 ScotlandSun 2 February, Wales 15-19 ItalyRelated: Catch up on what happened in the first round of the 2020 Women’s Six NationsRound 2Sat 8 February, France 45-10 ItalySun 9 February, Ireland 31-12 WalesMonday 10 February Scotland 0-53 EnglandRelated: All the goings-on from round two of the Women’s Six NationsRound 3Sun 23 February, Wales 0-50 FranceSun 23 February, England 27-0 IrelandSunday 23 February Italy v Scotland – POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakRound 4Sat 7 March, England 66-7 WalesSat 7 March, Scotland v France, Scotstoun – POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakSun 8 March, Ireland v Italy, Energia Park – POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakRound 5Sun 15 March, Wales v Scotland, POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakSun 15 March, Italy v England, POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakSun 15 March, France v Ireland, POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakRESCHEDULED MATCHESRound 4Saturday 24 October Ireland 21-7 ItalySunday 25 October Scotland 13-13 FranceRelated: England win Women’s Six Nations with a game to spareRound 5Sunday 1 November France v Ireland CANCELLEDSunday 1 November Wales v Scotland CANCELLEDSunday 1 November Italy 0-54 EnglandRound 3Sunday 6 December Italy v Scotland CANCELLED Six Nations TV Coverage 2021: BBC and ITV MatchesThe Six Nations kicks off again in February 2021 so to make sure you miss none of the action, Rugby World has compiled an information page with the games and where they will be televised in the UK.There are also details of how to watch Six Nations matches wherever you are in the world here.Men’s Six NationsIn the men’s Six Nations Championship the games are shared between BBC and ITV.If England, Ireland or Italy are playing at home, then the game will be televised on ITV.If France, Scotland or Wales are at home, then the BBC is televising the match.Six Nations TV Coverage 2021: BBC and ITV MatchesRound 1Sat 6 February, Italy 10-50 France Dupont dazzles as France crush Italy in Six Nations openerSat 6 February, England 6-11 Scotland Scotland win Calcutta Cup at TwickenhamSun 7 February, Wales 21-16 Ireland Louis Rees-Zammit produces sensational finishRound 2Sat 13 February, England 41-18 ItalyJonny May scores wonder try against ItalySat 13 February, Scotland 24-25 WalesLouis Rees-Zammit stuns the ScotsSun 14 February, Ireland 13-15 France France win in Dublin for first time since 2011Round 3Sat 27 February, Italy 10-48 Ireland Social media reacts to Iain Henderson try that wasn’tSat 27 February, Wales 40-24 England Wales lift Triple Crown Fri 26 March, France 23-27 Scotland Scotland beat France in Paris for first time in 22 yearsRound 4Sat 13 March, Italy 7-48 Wales Double for Owens as Wales brush Italy asideSat 13 March, England 23-20 France Late Maro Itoje try wins Six Nations thrillerSun 14 March, Scotland 24-27 Ireland Scotland score comedy try against IrelandRound 5Sat 20 March, Scotland 52-10 ItalyScotland secure try bonus point in 28 minutes against ItalySat 20 March, Ireland 32-18 England Keith Earls try sparks Ireland rout of EnglandSat 20 March, France 32-30 Wales Late Brice Dulin try denies Wales a Grand SlamSix Nations 2020 ResultsRound 1Sat 1 February, Wales 42-0 Italy Reaction: Josh Adams scores a hat-trickSat 1 February, Ireland 19-12 Scotland Reaction: Stuart Hogg drops ball over the lineSun 2 February, France 24-17 England Reaction: France’s fire-up youngsters overcome EnglandRound 2 Sat 8 February, Ireland 24-14 Wales Reaction: Jordan Larmour’s brilliant footworkSat 8 February, Scotland 6-13 England Reaction: England hold nerve in sodden Calcutta Cup boutSun 9 February, France 35-22 Italy Reaction: France go top after blowing hot and coldRound 3Sat 22 February, Italy 0-17 Scotland Reaction: Stuart Hogg scores scorching try in RomeSat 22 February, Wales 23-27 France Reaction: France keep Grand Slam bid on trackSun 23 February, England 24-12 Ireland Reaction: Sexton fumble leads to George Ford tryRound 4Sat 7 March, Ireland v Italy, Aviva Stadium, POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakSat 7 March, England 33-30 Wales, Twickenham Reaction: Wales score stunner to bring clash to lifeSun 8 March, Scotland 28-17 France, BT Murrayfield Reaction: Mohamed Haouas sent off against ScotlandRound 5Sat 14 March, Wales v Scotland, POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakSat 14 March, Italy v England, POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakSat 14 March, France v Ireland, POSTPONED due to coronavirus outbreakRESCHEDULED MATCHESRound 4Sat 24 October, Ireland 50-17 Italy Reaction: Hugo Keenan scores double on Ireland debutRound 5Sat 31 October, Wales 10-14 Scotland Reaction: Scotland win in Wales for the first time since 2002Sat 31 October, Italy 5-34 England Reaction: Ben Youngs marks 100th England cap with two triesSat 31 October, France 35-27 Ireland Reaction: 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Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Junior Minister Joe Mc Hugh says he wants to see more expansion of shared health services in the North West.Minister Mc Hugh was speaking last evening after a tour of new cross border radiotherapy facilities at Altnagelvin Hospital last evening.Health Ministers Simon Harris and Michelle O’Neill joined cancer care campaigners, Minister McHugh and Senator Padraig Mac Lochlainn during a tour of the new multi-million euro facility.Minister Harris later told a reception that the co-operation on services was a “two-way street” with future services in Donegal available to patients from the North.Minister Mc Hugh says that’s vital……Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/joealtnagelvin.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Google+ Facebook Facebook Cross border health cooperation is a “two way street” Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By admin – February 14, 2017 Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleOngoing delay in farm payments unacceptable – ICSANext articleDCC executive accused of widening East / West divide in Donegal admin Twitter WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Homepage BannerNews
Log in with your social account Linkedin Facebook Forgot Password ? Topics : Google LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here An unpleasant odor filling the air is not the only issue people living in Burangkeng village, Setu, Bekasi regency face, as the Burangkeng final disposal site (TPA), which is operating beyond its capacity, has also contaminated their groundwater, further posing risks to their wellbeing.People living in Burangkeng village are susceptible to water contamination, as garbage from their local disposal site has infested their houses. Those living in close proximity to the landfill have slightly yellow and oily water, with an unpleasant odor coming emanating from it when stored for at least two hours in a reservoir.Among those affected is Mulyani, a 31-year-old scavenger who was born and raised in the village long before the disposal site became overloaded, when living conditions she claimed were better. The sole disposal site of the rege… water dump-site disposal-site landfill-facility Bekasi Bekasi-regency West-Java Burangkeng WasteManagement waste garbage
Tweet Share Chairman of the Discover Dominica Authority and Chief Executive Officer of the Dominica Air and Sea Ports Authority Benoit Bardouille, has indicated that visitors who arrive on island must understand and respect the laws of the country.Benoit Bardouille.Bardouille’s comments come in light of two passengers who were arrested aboard the Celebrity X Cruises on Wednesday on a charge of indecent exposure.Two United States citizens; Dennis Mayer and John Hart who were allegedly on a “gay cruise” were reported to local authorities after they had been seen involved in sexual activity while on the balcony of the ship.The men pleaded guilty to the charge, “humbly apologized” for their actions and were each fined EC$2400.00 on Thursday.Bardouille explained that while tourism officials cannot always know the sexual preferences of visitors before they arrive on the island as they do not make a “declaration” they must abide by the laws of Dominica.“When visitors come to our country they must understand that there are laws that protect the country. We welcome visitors to Dominica and we would like people to come and enjoy what we have but at the same time we need to be respected in terms of what our national laws are”.He explained that visitors are free to their own sexual preferences however, “to conduct yourself in a way in the public domain that brings you into disrepute then that is a serious issue”. According to Bardouille the incident which occurred earlier this week must be “clearly spelt out”.“Be it in Dominica or be it anywhere in the world even in countries that accept that type of behavior, that activity cannot take place in the public domain and once it is in the public domain then they definitely are challenging the laws of Dominica.”He noted that the matter was “appropriately” dealt with when they were reported and fined by the court. This he says “speaks volumes” and will send a clear message to visitors that when they arrive here they “must ensure” that their behaviors are “consistent” with the laws of Dominica.Dominica Vibes News 22 Views one comment Share Share LocalNews Visitors must understand and respect Dominican laws by: – March 23, 2012 Sharing is caring!
Kevin Hagstrom Betwixt the haunting ghosts, moaning ghouls and cackling witches you’ll find one costume trick-or-treating from door-to-door who can spook us all come Halloween night. Dennis Rodman? Please. Sam Cassell? Too extraterrestrial. The Undertaker? He’s something else entirely. This man is so frightening that I can barely type his name… Minnesota Vikings quarterback Tavaris Jackson. The guy sends me chills for all of his ills. If not for Jackson’s broken index finger, Minnesota head coach Brad Childress would actually be starting this monster. Jackson is more disturbing to watch than any of the “Nightmare on Elm Street” flicks where Freddy Kruger slices and dices victims like Emeril slices meat on his cooking show. Jackson can’t complete a pass for the life of him, or one of his victims, connecting with targets at a 45.9 percent rate. Nor can he really do anything (48.7 quarterback rating), except suck on the lifeblood that is an otherwise OK football team. He’s so heinous that his receivers live in fear that, by never seeing a hallowed ball come their way, they won’t ever be able to cash-in on a free-agent deal somewhere else. It doesn’t stop there. Like a zombie, Jackson’s play wakes other deranged personas from the dead. Ray Lewis, an accused Killer! Killer Night!, will rise from the darkness to feast on the floating pigskin thrown by Jackson (no, not Michael). Pacman Jones shall return to strip more than just burlesque queens. And Vinny Testaverde, the world’s oldest man, Alzheimer’s and all, may extend his incessant career by finding a job with the purple and gold next year. I think I’ve made myself clear that if you’re looking to provide a scare tonight go as Jackson. But beware. You just may never be able to throw again. Point: Childress’ pure folly. Ben Voelkel When it comes to Halloween, there are no decisions more important than what to be. As a sports fan, you will naturally be drawn to a costume that reflects your interest in athletics. There are countless options for picking the sports identity you choose to don for an evening (and early morning) of revelry. You could go the snarky, smart route and parody something in sports news today, like dressing up as Michael Vick’s dogs or Barry Bonds’ steroid needle. The risk you run with that line of costumes is some sports-illiterate folk not understanding your costume, leading to an awkward, time-consuming attempt at an explanation that still renders the dumbfounded unamused. You could try for the team concept, order some jerseys and go with some friends as a professional sports team. This has its benefits, because even if you get separated from the group, you still have a reasonable costume. Or, you could completely cop out and throw on the jersey you have sitting in your closet and go “as” that player. But the best sports Halloween costume is equal parts genius, convenience and spookiness. Throw on a facial tattoo, find some boxing gloves and get intoxicated enough to not make sensible sentences and voila — you are Mike Tyson. This costume really works well for a multitude of reasons. First, Tyson is one of the scariest humans on the face of the earth, athlete or not. What’s worse, some goofy Scream mask or a man who once bit another man’s ear off? Second, if your festivities wind up ending with you spending the night in jail, you can plead your case that you were only taking your costume to the extreme and acting out your character. Odds are it won’t get you anything more than a scornful look from the judge, but it’s worth a shot. Finally, you can say the most outlandish things you can think of (“I want to eat his children”) and, for once, no one will even bat an eye. Iron Mike. Winner by KO.
On-course bookmakers return to UK courses in two-week trial August 17, 2020 UK Racing pushes for drastic levy reforms as deep recession looms August 25, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share Share StumbleUpon HBLB gives £3.2m boost to UK racing August 13, 2020 Arena Racecourse Company (ARC) has responded to threats of further boycotts from trainers over the cuts to prize-money contributions, by pointing out that the racing group will not be changing its position. The group’s CEO, Martin Cruddace, was on hand at Lingfield this Saturday to observe the Betway Winter Derby card. The meeting had been reduced from seven to five races following a row between ARC and trainers after the racecourse group announced it would be slashing the prize-money for the novice races. The races had previously been worth £5,800 in 2018, but this year, the races are now worth £4500.The announced cuts follow Arc’s announcement in December 2018 that it ‘simply cannot continue’ its current contributions to prize-money. Cruddace revealed that Arc’s cuts to prize-money would have a knock-on effect for the company by denying the group over £4.5m of levy funding.The racecourse group is currently preparing for its anticipated drop in income as a result of projected shop closures due to FOBT legislation. The new legislation, due to come into play in April, is set to have an impact upon media rights payment. Following the protests from trainors due to attend the Lingfield meeting, Cruddace was adamant that Arc’s position would not change. He said: “We are braced for further action because we’ve heard rumours and we’ve got intelligence, but we’ll deal with it as and when. It will not achieve its purpose – of that I can 100 per cent assure you.”Negotiations are still ongoing between the British Horseracing Authority (BHA), the National Trainers Federation, the Racehorse Owners Association (ROA) and Racecourse Association to find a solution to the prize-money situation.Cruddace has expressed hope that a solution, which would release the £4.5m to Arc for its lower class races, would be found. However, Cruddace has confirmed that the racecourse group would not be contributing £2.7m of its own funds which is required to release the allocated funds.