The Rugby Club Plays of the Week – Dear Refs, Sort it out!

first_imgThursday Aug 5, 2010 The Rugby Club Plays of the Week – Dear Refs, Sort it out! The Tri Nations refereeing debate has raged on for the past few weeks and just when we thought it couldnt really get any worse, we got to see what is – to my knowledge – the first ever red card for two yellows in a Test match. Things are getting soft, fast, and the boys at the Rugby Club in Australia are fed up, as are many around the world.Things reached an all time low this weekend as a few decisions, in both the Tri Nations and ITM Cup, were incredibly weak and made some question if rugby is a contact sport after all.While were all about making the game safe and avoiding big injuries, if a guy is tackled and his legs happen to go above the horizontal, that doesnt necessarily mean its a dangerous tackle. This is the problem. Sure, if you dump a player on his head, you deserve to be penalised, carded, and perhaps suspended. Anything less than that though, and were not only diluting the game of its physicality, but causing mass uncertainty at the same time.By trying to protect our great sport from having its name tarnished with life threatening injuries, the powers that be are actually changing the game to such an extent that club players, school players, and even professional players, dont really know where they stand anymore.When hitting, and lifting in a tackle, you’re meant to bring the guy down safely, but then youre also told to not drive him into the ground. This isnt synchronised swimming. Balance, speed, and power all come into the equation and unfortunately at times its not pretty, and while there can be no malice whatsoever, a guys legs can be lifted above the horizontal, causing the refs and assistant refs who these days are getting way too involved for my liking to start waving their flags and blowing their whistles.A precedent has been set and while remaining consistent is important as we saw with the officials being consistently harsh this past weekend the worry is that this Tri Nations, and indeed the ITM Cup and Currie Cup seasons, will continue to disappoint and dismay the viewers out there as players are going to be sent to the naughty corner for offences that have been a part of the game for as long as its existed.Yes, no arms in the tackle needs to be penalised, as this is Union, not League. But the over-policing of these tip tackles and the general feeling that the referees are trigger happy with whats in their pocket needs to change, for the good of rugby.Rant over.This video is a bit more light hearted, but also illustrates the feeling that while refs are trying to stamp their authority, things are getting a little out of control. We also get to see a bit of Tana Umaga in action, some of the tries of the week, and a few other great hits. Enjoy. :: Related Posts :: Tana Umaga and Counties upset Otago in the opening game The build up to the Drew Mitchell red card All Blacks on fire as they beat the Wallabies in Melbourne Time: 02:36ADVERTISEMENT 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… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. 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Cork killer rapist released and living in Limerick

first_imgby Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up andrewTHE convicted killer and rapist who attacked Limerick gangster Ger Dundon in Wheatfield Prison, is now living in Limerick with his girlfriend – just yards from Dundon’s home on Hyde Road.29-year-old Ian Horgan, originally from Ballincollig, Cork, was released from prison last week after he was sentenced to 16 years in prison for rape, manslaughter and robbery of a young woman in 2000.Rachel Kiely (22) was a beautician and neighbour of Horgan when he raped and strangled her when he was just 16 years old. Her body was found dumped in Regional Park in Ballincollig on the outskirts of Cork city after he attacked and killed her while she was out walking her dog.Last March, Horgan attacked Ger Dundon in prison and, according to prison sources, left the Limerick convict “beaten to a pulp”.Dundon, who is serving five years for violent disorder, was involved in fight with Horgan after the Limerick mobster threatened the Cork man’s girlfriend.Prison officers intervened and the 25-year-old Limerick gang memner was hospitalised for a number of days after the savage beating.The incident is believed to be connected with Dundon’s breakup with the mother of his three children, April Collins and her new relationship with Cratloe gang rapist, Thomas O’Neill.O’Neill’s sister had been visiting Horgan for a number of months while he was in prison and it is understood he is now living with her in Limerick.Ger Dundon had been previously attacked in prison with ‘shivs’ or makeshift knives as fellow inmates were said to be rebelling against Dundon’s threats and intimidation.This Monday, Dundon, who is believed to be one the senior figures in the infamous McCarthy Dundon gang, lost his appeal against the five year prison term that he is currently serving.In February 2011, Dundon was jailed for five years at the Special Criminal Court for violent disorder in Garryowen.The court of criminal appeal dismissed his application against the severity of the sentence and Dundon was returned to prison. With remission, he could be due for release as early as next February. Advertisement Email Print Twitter NewsBreaking newsCork killer rapist released and living in LimerickBy admin – September 19, 2013 12582 center_img WhatsApp Facebook Linkedin Previous articleLimerick creche owner admits breach of safe sleep regulationsNext articleWhere’s my horse? Owner claims Garda said check Tesco adminlast_img read more

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GNT adds carrot-based food colouring to Exberry range

first_imgFood colouring specialist GNT Group has extended its Exberry range with a yellow powder made from carrots.Named Exberry Shade Yellow Cloudy Powder, it joins the firm’s existing liquid format and enables manufacturers to add a yellow shade to a wide range of applications. When it comes to bakery, the powder is described as ideal for dry mixes including brioche, biscuits and custard.Both the liquid and powder formats are made from carrots grown by GNT’s farmers and are manufactured without chemical solvents. The company describes them as “a perfect replacement for colourants such as carotenes”.It added that the powder provides good light and heat stability and has a 12-month shelf life.“Building on the huge popularity of our carrot-based liquid yellows, this new powder opens up even more possibilities for manufacturers. Extensive testing has shown it performs extremely well across a wide range of applications, with great stability and a long shelf life,” said Sonja Scheffler, product manager at GNT.last_img read more

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Video Tutorial: Swirling Text in After Effects

first_imgIn this After Effects tutorial you’ll create a 3D swirling text animation – perfect for making dynamic titles.Adding a cartoon-style swirling text animation is a great way to add life to your text in After Effects. In the video tutorial below we show you how to create this AE animation without the need for any third party effects or plugins!First, create the basic text in AE using the default text generator and a solid shape layer. We’ll add wiggle to the text using the Animator (Wiggly Selector and Range Selector). Next, we’ll add extrusion to the text and a point light to help better sell the 3D effect.  Add a bit of motion blur and voila!The swirling text effect is perfect for creating engaging titles for for opening sequences or film trailers. Tweak the timing, font and colors to create your own custom look!This is a beginner-intermediate video tutorial that requires basic knowledge of working in AE. The effect is created without the need for expressions.Best viewed full screen:[color-box color=”gray”]Video Transcript:This is Evan Abrams for Premiumbeat.com, and today in After Effects, we’re going to be creating this swirling text that you see playing over and over. It’s pretty good. We’re going to bring some text together, blow it apart, and all you need is Adobe After Effects CS6 or Adobe CC.So create whirling text, the first thing you do is create a new composition, and we’re going to be using the HDTV 1080P preset, but none of that is really important for your work. So first we’re going to create a new solid that will serve as our background. We’re going to go with a light solid, somewhere around 90 percent brightness. Hit OK. Now we’re going to create a new text layer, and we can just put down whatever we want on that text layer. This will be what gets animated by our actions. So go ahead and make the font as large as you like. We’re going with 200. We’re using Source Sans Pro Black, and we’re using the color, just a nice a blue, but you can really use any hue in this range to get a similar effect. Maybe we’ll go with a red or a green, so just increase its saturation perhaps, and we’ll use this.So we have a text layer. We want to make it 3D, and when we start making things 3D, since we’re going to be extruding this using Adobe CC’s ray trace 3D, you want to make sure that in your composition settings you are using the ray trace 3D instead of the classic 3D, and that will enable our new options. So just make sure that is switched on. Now, in the text layer, we’re going to go AA, so the things we’re going to edit about its extrusions will all be done on these materials, but to save you some rendering time, if you do most of the animation before that, then you can save a lot of processing.We’re first going to go into the layer’s contents, go to the text, and say animate, and it will (?) character 3D, so this will make each of the characters three dimensional. Then we’re going to go animate position, and then we’re going to go into this animator. We are going to add a property. That property is going to be rotation. We’re going to add a selector, and it’s going to be the wiggly. Basically the wiggly selector is what causes the random motion to be all over the place.We are going to go ahead and set up some things here. So first, with the position, we are going to type 540 into each of those, and it will, using the wiggly selector, go plus and minus 100 percent of that transform and push these all over the place. So now we’re going to go into the X, Y, and Z, and we’re going to put one full rotation in for each of those. Now, we’re going to go ahead about 30 frames, and then we’re going to have the range selector start begin animating. We’ll be going ahead as many frames as you like. We’re going ahead to about three seconds, and the start will animate all the way across, so that will gather all of the layers into this line.Now we’re going to zoom in on those key frames, because as these things are gathering, we would like the strength of their distribution to be going down, as well. So set key frames for all of the values that you’ve changed, and then at the end, we’re going to set all of those values to be zero. So they all will come to rest, meaning things are getting less intense overall as the entire piece is coming together. We’ll be going into the range selector one advanced options, changing its ease low to 100%, so it eases into those transformations, and as well for the entire layer, we would like for it to be rotating, so we’re going to pull up the entire layer’s rotation. Using its orientation, we are going to pivot it from roughly 45 degrees at the start, calling up all of its properties, and then going to the end and resting it at -45 degrees so it is facing in the opposite direction. Take both of those key frames and easy ease [SP] them by selecting them and hitting F9.Now, since we have all of the layers coming together, we are going to need them now to explode apart. So what we’ll be doing is animating from these position rotation values all the way up to their total values, something like 1920, across all position markers, and the rotation values will all be one complete rotation. With the start value, basically what we’ll be doing is we’ll go in here, we’ll offset this key frame by one, and then we’ll just set the start here to be zero so that the range selector is no longer affecting the wiggle selector, and this thing can blow apart.We’ll also want to go into the wiggly selector, and at this point, we need to change the random seed. So the random seed one frame before is at zero, and then we’ll just increase that value to one so it has a new random set of values to work off of. As well, we’ll be changing the wiggles per second here. One frame ago it was at two, and now it is at zero, so it no longer wiggles. It just shoots straight apart. Now you’ll probably want to push these in to increase that explosion, or you can easy ease these, go into their key frames, and then alter them to have a graph more like this so they shoot apart further sooner and then ease into their drifting. These other key frames at the beginning don’t need to be anything other than flat, and that is essentially how everything comes together.So to add the extrude, what we’re going to do is we’ll go to the text layer, hit AA to call up its properties. We are going to give it a bevel style of convex, and then we’re going to give it an extrusion depth of 50. So to give this more definition, we’re going to create a new light, make it a point light, and that will add shading and shadow to all of these surfaces so it’s easier to see. Now, you don’t have to create a camera if you don’t want to, but if you’d like to, you can go right ahead, but for our purposes, we’ll just be putting on the motion blur for both of these, which will take a considerable amount of rendering to make happen. But, all in, this is completed. So from zero to five seconds, set the beginning and ending of this, and then we render it out, and enjoy it.This is a quick way to create text for trailers and for all sorts of things, and creates a lovely, swirling, cartoony effect, and hopefully it’s useful in your projects. So I’m Evan Abrams for Premiumbeat.com. Hopefully you’ve enjoyed the swirling text. Stop by the blog at Premiumbeat.com for tips and tutorials in After Effects and other applications, and, of course, come to Premiumbeat.com for all of your royalty free music and sound effects needs, because this could probably use some swooshing and whooshing noises, quite frankly. Anyway, I’m Evan Abrams. Thank you so much for watching, and I’ll see you around the Internet. [/color-box]last_img read more

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Drop Aaron Finch and open with Usman Khawaja: Pointing’s advice for rattled Australia

first_imgFormer Australia captain Ricky Ponting is of the opinion that the home side should drop Aaron Finch from the playing XI for the fourth and final Test against India in Sydney starting January 3.Ponting feels that Finch has been given a long enough rope to prove his credentials as an opener in the Test team but he has failed miserably which is why the Aussies need to think differently for the New Year Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground.Ponting wants Australia to include uncapped all-rounder Marnus Labuchagne in the playing XI and open the batting with the in-form Usman Khawaja in Sydney.”I’ve seen Labuschagne has come into the line-up so to me straightaway that means Finch has to miss out and Usman will open the batting, I’d imagine,” Ponting told cricket.com.au.”That’s how it looks – Labuschagne probably bats four, (Travis) Head five and Mitch Marsh six – I think that’s the way they’re going to line up. I can’t really think what else they can do.”The selectors and the captain and coach have obviously had a long chat about what they want and what they expect. We’ll see how they line up,” Ponting was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.Finch has registered scores of 27, 0, 28, 11, 50, 25, 8 and 3 for a total of 97 runs in the series so far at an average of just over 16.Khawaja has performed a little better with 167 runs at 27.83 with a highest score of 72.The SCG is traditionally Australia’s most spin-friendly Test venue and Ponting believes Labuschagne could play a role as the second spinner behind Nathan Lyon.advertisement”He looked impressive a couple of times in the UAE in the Tests over there. (He) bowled well, which is something they’re probably thinking about for the SCG Test as well. To be honest I haven’t seen a lot of him I’ll reserve my judgment until I see a little more,” Ponting added.Through a chaotic few months and in the years building up to his maiden Test tour Queenslander Marnus Labuschagne has never stopped believing in the Baggy Green | @AdamBurnett09 https://t.co/l5A76UFlZo pic.twitter.com/6yFUtNbH8tcricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 31, 2018The most successful Australian skipper also pointed out that the batsmen are mental mistakes while technical issues have also crept into their game.”There are mental mistakes being made and a lot of technical issues that need to be addressed pretty quickly. But they’re not going to find those (answers) in three days.”So it’s going to come down more to the mental side of things and we’ll see if they’re up for the battle or not in Sydney. There’s a still a series on the line being 2-1 down, they have to win in Sydney so let’s hope they respond really well,” Ponting concluded.With India 2-1 up in the four-match series, the focus now shifts to the fourth Test in Sydney which will offer more spin to the tweakers giving the tourists an added advantage as Ravichandran Ashwin is close to match-fitness and should return to the side for the New Year Test.Also Read | Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara difference between India-Australia: Justin LangerAlso Read | India the real deal now, can combat in Australia, South Africa and New Zealand: Allan BorderAlso Read | This is the best Indian bowling attack to come to Australia: Ricky Pontinglast_img read more

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Trying to Measure the LeBron Effect on Game Attendance

LeBron James may not show up for the Miami Heat next year, but whichever team he ends up with is likely to see a huge economic bump. James puts people in the seats.After reports leaked Tuesday that James would exercise his early-termination option in his contract with the Heat, some speculated that he’ll actually stay in South Beach next season. But teams are itching to clear cap space in the hopes of signing the NBA forward.We know plenty about James’s value on the court, but to get some sense of his economic value, we looked at how attendance changed before and while he was on the Cavaliers and Heat. As a baseline, the average NBA team’s attendance is about 90 percent capacity over the course of the season, but that varies wildly depending on a team’s winning percentage. (It also presumably fluctuates throughout a season.) I looked at NBA teams’ winning percentage and home-game attendance from the 2001-02 season through the 2013-14 season, and found that a team that wins 80 percent of its games — roughly 66 games in a season, probably the best record in the league — should average 100 percent capacity. Comparatively, a team that wins only 20 percent of its games will, on average, sell 80 percent of its tickets.It’s easy to see why winning fills arenas. Wins excite fans, give them hope for a potential championship, and (hopefully) are a display of entertaining basketball. James helps do that better than nearly anybody. Even controlling for success, a “LeBron Effect” materialized in the data. The teams he’s played for — the 2004 through 2010 Cavs and the 2011 though 2014 Heat — have home-attendance averages of 98.0 percent capacity, well above what their records would predict. Nearly all of James’s teams have sold tickets at higher rates than we’d expect for how well they performed. Note how for every season but one, his teams are above the line in the chart below.(Attendance here is measured by capacity, or the percentage of available seats sold. Sometimes capacity percentages rise above 100 percent because of imperfect stadium data, whether standing-room-only tickets are counted, etc.)Interestingly, James sells out even more so on the road, perhaps because he’s more of a novelty when traveling. Over the past six seasons — his last two with the Cavs and all four with the Heat — James’s teams away capacity has averaged 99.5 percent. (Because of imperfect data on away game attendance capacity, only the past six seasons were analyzed.) It’s no surprise that the relationship between a team’s winning percentage and its draw while traveling is much weaker — that is, the curve is flatter. But adjusting for how good the Cavs or Heat were in a given season, those teams with James on them sold out the house. Look how far above the line James teams are now:This analysis does not account for ticket prices, merchandise sales or any of the other revenue channels for James’s teams, so it’s just the beginning of the conversation about his economic worth. But wherever he ends up, two things are likely to continue: His team will sell out the home stadium, and his opponents’ box offices will be sad to see him go. read more

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New Barca signing KevinPrince Boateng compares Ronaldo to Messi

first_imgKevin-Prince Boateng has joined Barcelona on loan and will have to provide some more attacking options to LaLiga Santander’s current leaders.The Ghanaian compared two world great players, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mess and declared his stance between the players.“For youngsters that are footballers, Ronaldo would have to be the best in the world,” he said, according to Marca.“He is the best example to focus on because he trains at his maximum and has talent.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.“He works like a crazy person, he’s passionate about what he does and about football. He always wants to be the best, always wants to be first in everything. He would have to be the model for everyone.”“But what Cristiano does works in this world, and only in this world,” he said.“Outside of this world, the best is Messi. Because he’s incredible.“He does things that nobody else can do. Because of this, I don’t seem as of this world. Cristiano dominates this world and Messi is ahead of everyone.”last_img read more

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