There’s a new legend at Finn Park! BJ Banda is swamped by Finn Harps fans after the game. PIC BY GERALDINE DIVER.A WONDERFUL header by substitute BJ Banda three minutes from the end of the second period of extra time has sent Finn Harps into the Premier LeagueA super goal by the super sub made it 2-0 to Harps on the night – and 2-1 on aggregate – and takes the Donegal soccer sensations back to the top tier of the national league.Limerick pressed for a late late equaliser – but it never came! Harps had levelled the tie in the 37th minute when Michael Funston and Ramond Foy’s joint pressure paid off.Patrick Kanyuka tried to play a back pass under pressure from Foy and Funston and it appeared to heading wide but Funston somehow hooked it into the net.Limerick tried to clear but the ball was over the line.The massive Harps following among the 3,200 crowd erupted in celebration – the goal had tied the game. Both sides had chances to win in the 90 minutes….but it was BJ what won it! The teen star, still in secondary school, has taken Harps back tot eh top flight.And yes, there was Banda-monium as the final whistle went.Well done Ollie!Not bad for two seasons in the job and a shoestring budget. BANDA-MANIA AS BJ FIRES FINN HARPS INTO PREMIER LEAGUE HEAVEN! was last modified: November 8th, 2015 by John2Share 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) Tags:finn harpsLimerick
— NFL (@NFL) November 1, 2019On that touchdown — Kittle’s second this season — Jimmy Garoppolo looked to his left, held that look, then hit Kittle across the middle. Kittle beat safety Budda Baker off the line, then stiff-armed him at the 10-yard line while racking up 20 yards after the catch en route to the end zone.Kittle finished the game with six catches for 79 yards and that 30-yard touchdown rumble. He did stay on the sideline for the Niners’ final game-sealing drive.On the game’s first play, Kittle appeared to bang his knee on the helmet of Cardinals star linebacker Chandler Jones in the backfield during a toss play to Tevin Coleman. Hall of Fame QB who once tormented 49ers now sees them as the NFC’s top playoff seed The 49ers’ best player is hurt and it looks not awesome. pic.twitter.com/AbWhm3aiuq— Dieter Kurtenbach (@dieter) November 1, 2019Kittle slammed his fist into the turf while in pain upon landing on the Cardinals’ natural grass. He walked to the 49ers’ sideline for further evaluation in the medical tent, and, in what was a good sign, he then took a seat on the bench rather than being carted to the locker room.Related Articles With a little health and stability, Jimmie Ward finally showing 49ers, NFL what he can do FIRST LOOK: Hip-hop icon E-40 teams with 49ers on new music video After the injury, Kittle was briefly evaluated on the sideline by the 49ers’ medical staff. He was able to return for the start of the 49ers’ second possession. That series, like their first one, did not yield a first down. The second series ended when Garoppolo’s third-and-2 pass to Kittle got broken up by Baker.It was San Francisco’s third series when Kittle, the team’s leading receiver last year and so far in 2019, got his revenge on Baker.–Defensive tackle Arik Armstead came out during the 49ers’ second series and took a knee on the sideline while the medical staff tended to him. Armstead felt he had something stuck in his throat, and he was back in the game in the second quarter.SEASON PASS DIGITAL OFFERIf you have not already, we strongly encourage you to sign up for a digital subscription, which gives you access to all content on the Mercury News and East Bay Times websites. With your support, we can continue bringing these stories — and much more — to your screens. Here’s where to sign up for the season pass: Mercury News, East Bay Times. How much Jimmy G-to-Kittle is too much Jimmy G-to-Kittle? GLENDALE, Ariz. — Tight end George Kittle, the 49ers’ offensive catalyst, injured his left leg on their opening snap of tonight’s game against the Arizona Cardinals.Kittle wasn’t out long, however, and he scored a tying touchdown on a bullish 30-yard reception just before the end of the first quarter.George Kittle: UNSTOPPABLE 😱 @gkittle46 | #GoNiners📺: #SFvsAZ on @NFLNetwork | @NFLonFOX | @PrimeVideoHow to watch: https://t.co/I6INVckndX pic.twitter.com/RL3TnEyqMz 49ers on Wednesday: Where have all the defensive interceptions gone?
Speaking at the pre-departure briefing to announce the mission, Iqbal Sharma, Chief Director, International Trade at DTI, says that these five sectors were chosen “because that’s where we think the quickest bites will be.”“While investment from the US has been good, this mission aims at increasing investment in existing sectors as well as highlighting new opportunities in which South Africa has pockets of excellence that can be grown with US investment.”Responding to questions about how the South African delegation will respond to concerns about BEE, Sharma said that “government’s BEE regulations are aimed at changing the way business is conducted in South Africa. BEE is a mechanism to promote equitable growth and development in a sustainable manner. The experience of BEE has shown that not only is it a moral imperative, but it also makes excellent business sense.”Commenting on the response to the mission, Sharma says, “The level of interest has been very positive and we expect some important investment announcements to be made as a result of the mission.”Minister Mphalwa will address an investment conference in New York and will highlight South Africa’s economic success and the strong support the government is giving to the outsourcing industry.Says Margaret Dingalo, Stakeholder Relations Director at the International Marketing Council of South Africa (which has partnered with the DTI to host this Mission) “Our US investment drive will showcase the boundless possibilities available to investors. We believe that such initiatives will help achieve South Africa’s 6% growth target, as well as enhance our tourism, trade and investment prospects ahead of 2010.”The IMC’s Margaret Dingalo and Dr Raymond Ngcobo, Chief Director, Strategic Competitiveness Unit (EIDD).EndsIssued by: Meropa CommunicationsOn behalf of the Department of Trade and Industry and the International Marketing Council of South AfricaEnquiriesFor more information about the mission, or to schedule interviews, please contact:Mr. Brian Soldaat, Investment promotion & facilitation, Department of Trade and IndustryTelephone: 012 394 1238/ 082 635 7174Email: [email protected]
Tags:#cloud#cloud computing RedMonk analyst Stephen O’Grady tackles the question “What Factors Justify the Use of Apache Hadoop?” O’Grady cites two of the most common criticisms of Hadoop: 1) Most users don’t actually need to analyze big data 2) MapReduce is more complex than SQL. O’Grady confirms these criticisms, but finds Hadoop useful anyway.O’Grady acknowledges that volume isn’t the only factor in the complexity of a dataset. “Larger dataset sizes present unique computational challenges,” writes Grady. “But the structure, workload, accessibility and even location of the data may prove equally challenging.”RedMonk uses Hadoop to analyze both structured and unstructured datasets. There are a number of other tools the firm could use to analyze the data, so why Hadoop? O’Grady responds that datasets companies use aren’t big data yet, but they are growing rapidly.O’Grady says that RedMonk uses Big Sheets and Hive to work with Hadoop and avoid using Java to write queries.Cloudera recently published an announcement about how the company Tynt is using Cloudera’s Hadoop distribution. Tynt is a web analytics company that processes over 20 billion viewer events per month – over 20,000 events per second. Prior to adopting Hadoop, Tynt was adding multiple MySQL databases per week to deal with the data.Another example of a company that’s using Hadoop is Twitter. We covered Twitter’s use of Hadoop here. Twitter needs to use clusters for its data. The amount of data it stores every day is too great to be reliably written to a traditional hard drive. Twitter’s also found that SQL isn’t efficient enough to do analytics at the scale the company needs.Like RedMonk, Twitter avoids writing Java queries. However, it uses Pig instead of Hive.Twitter is working with 12 terrabytes of new data per day, significantly more than RedMonk uses. None the less, both companies are making good use of the technology.How have you used Hadoop? Have you ever found that it was too big for a project that you tackled? If so, what did you end up using instead?See also: Getting Started with Hadoop and Map Reduce Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting klint finley Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market