JAMAICA and Guyana played to an exciting 1-1 draw in Group C of League B of the 2019-20 CONCACAF Nations League on Monday night at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in Montego Bay, Jamaica.Guyana got on the scoreboard first with a long ball out of the back from defender Matthew Briggs that materialised into a rocket from Emery Welshman in the 45th minute.The Welshman goal is the forward’s second of the tournament and the first goal conceded by the Jamaican defence during the group stage.It took Jamaica only five minutes into the second half to level the score. Bobby Reid hit a ball from right-field into the box to find Javon East in the 50th minute.The last of those opportunities came on the last play of the match, saved by Guyana goalkeeper Quillan Roberts, in the 90+4 minute. Roberts finished with four saves.Jamaica finish with an unbeaten record of five wins and a draw and the top spot in the group. The Reggae Boyz will feature in League A in the next edition of the tournament.Guyana end as runners-up of the group and advance to 2021 Gold Cup qualifiers.
Comments Published on March 7, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: firstname.lastname@example.org | @chris_iseman Facebook Twitter Google+ Temple will join the Big East for football this fall and all other sports in 2013, officials announced at a press conference in New York City on Wednesday.The Big East Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve the Owls, giving the conference eight football teams for 2012. The Owls fill the void left when the conference terminated West Virginia’s membership Feb. 14, effective in June.Big East Commissioner John Marinatto said at the press conference that he and Temple Athletic Director Bill Bradshaw first met ‘well over a year ago’ to discuss adding the Owls to the conference, and their discussions intensified during the past several weeks.‘The decision to invite Temple was based on a number of important factors,’ Marinatto said at the press conference, ‘including its longstanding tradition as a basketball powerhouse, its renewed commitment to competing at the highest level in football and the great value of adding the Philadelphia television market to our football footprint.’Temple finished its 2011 regular season 9-4 and beat Wyoming in the New Mexico Bowl. In the last four years, the Owls have won 31 games. Temple’s football team competed in the Mid-American Conference last season, while all of its other teams played as members of the Atlantic 10.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis is the second stint in the Big East for the Owls’ football program, after it competed in the Big East from 1991-2004.Marinatto also said that the conference would be open to discussing the possibility of an early departure for Syracuse and Pittsburgh. Marinatto has previously said the schools would be forced to wait until the 2014 season as per the 27-month waiting period required by Big East bylaws.‘Our membership, given the speed and success of our expansion initiative, I think is open to having the discussions with both Pittsburgh and Syracuse about them having an early departure,’ Marianatto said at the press conference. ‘We haven’t actually had those conversations yet, but our membership is certainly willing to do that at this point given the way we’ve landed.’email@example.com
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At the recent Experiential Planner MICE Roadshow in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru, Tourism New Zealand boasted its various offerings for corporate travellers across regions in North & South Island. The event was attended by over 200 event planners. The roadshow provided the perfect platform for Tourism New Zealand to meet with MICE planners in India.During the session, Country Manager – India, Tourism New Zealand, Neha Bhola, made a presentation on the offerings of Auckland, Waiheke, Rotorua, Waitomo, Queenstown, Wanaka, and Christchurch. The attendants also engaged in team-building activities, and were taken through the venues/accommodation, adventure, and food and wine available in the regions.Speaking about the event, Steven Dixon, Regional Manager – South and South East Asia, Tourism New Zealand, said, “We have received a great response from the Experiential Planner MICE Roadshows and look forward to more partnerships like this that help us build awareness of New Zealand as a business events destination in India. We aim to highlight New Zealand as a destination that is diverse, yet accessible, through the range of activities it offers. We are pleased to see an increase in preference for New Zealand among corporate travellers and hope to keep up the momentum.”For Tourism New Zealand, the Indian market is growing at 25.4% with 42,896 arrivals in the year till July 2015, with an increased holiday arrival of 23% in the previous 12 months.