Board to make appointment in April The Board of Governors is seeking applicants for the following vacancy to be filled during its April 8 meeting: Supreme Court’s Bar Admissions Committee: One lawyer to serve a two-year term commencing July 1. This committee coordinates the work of the bench, bar, law schools, and bar examiners. Persons interested in applying for this vacancy may download the application from the Bar’s Web site, www.flabar.org, or should call Bar headquarters at (850) 561-5600, extension 5757, to obtain an application form. Completed applications must be submitted to the Executive Director, The Florida Bar, 651 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300 no later than close of business, Friday, March 11. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application. March 1, 2005 Regular News Board to make appointment in April
WBO Africa Light heavyweight champion Braimah Kamoko, popularly known as Bukom Banku continues his search for major world title glory after going undefeated in 26 fights.The 32 year old earned a seventh round technical knockout over Georgian George Tevdorashvili in a non-title international cruiser weight contest last Friday in Accra.This moves the Ghanaian who currently holds the World Professional Boxing Federation Light heavyweight Belt to 26 fights, undefeated, with 20 knockouts.But he is yet to land a major world title fight and he told journalists after his fight on Saturday at the Accra Sports Stadium “I trained very hard to come and win this fight. When I saw the guy’s (George Tevdorashvili) fights, I realized he is a very good boxer so I had to prepare very well. He has very heavy blows and he is very swift jabs with a lot of experience. I had to watch my guard very well because I knew he could knock me out. But he was clinching too many times.”Braimah “Bukom Banku” Kamoko also entreated Ghanaians to “pray for me to become a world champion” because “that is my dream”.
The national handball team of B&H will play tonight the match against the present world and European vice-champion, the national team of Denmark at the CSC Mejdan in Tuzla at 20:15 o’clock. The match will be played within the second round of the group 2 for entering the European Championship 2016 in Poland.(Source: Oslobođenje)
Share on: WhatsApp Cranes technical team arrive in Morocco. PHOTO FUFA MEDIAKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | New Cranes coach Sebastien Desabre gets a first chance to see his team in action when they take on Guinea in a friendly ahead of CHAN 2018.Saturday’s game in Rabat will be followed by another against Congo, before real action starts next week. At CHAN 2018, Uganda Cranes is in group B alongside Zambia, Cote D’Ivoire and Namibia.Uganda opens their CHAN campaign against Zambia on January 14 in Marrakech, before taking on Nambia four days later and finally Ivory Coast on January 22.“The two friendly games we are going to have before CHAN finals will help us to work on the weaknesses and adjust tactics,” Sebastien said earlier. He will name Uganda’s final 23 after the two games.Cranes arrived in Morocco on Thursday. Team in MoroccoGoalkeepers: Watenga Isma, Ochan Benjamin and Saidi KeniOther players: Nico Wakiro Wadada,Joseph Nsubuga, Awanyi Timothy, Mustapha Mujuzi, Muwanga Bernard, Muleme Isaac, Madoi Aggrey, Kizza Mustapha, Karisa Milton, Paul Mucurezi, Kyambadde Allan, Batte Seif, Senfuka Rahmat, Lwanga Taddeo, Kasule Abubaker, Waisswa Moses, Saddam Juma, Mutyaba Muzamir, Masiko Tom, Shaban Muhammad, Nsibambi Derrick, Senkatuka Nelson
4 Mar 2014 Talented teenagers in Scottish championship squad England Golf will send a squad of six talented teenagers to defend the Scottish U16 girls’ open stroke play championship at Strathmore, from 10-11 April. They are: Cloe Frankish (image © Leaderboard Photography) and Mollie Lawrence of Kent, Sammy Fuller of Surrey, Hollie Muse and Louisa Brunt of Lancashire, and Billie-Jo Smith of Lincolnshire. All six are members of England Golf training squads and this event provides developing players with an excellent opportunity to travel and prepare together as a squad. England Golf players have a very good record in this championship. Last year, Alice Hewson of Hertfordshire became the fourth successive English winner of the individual title and also helped to win the team prize, alongside Sophie Madden of Essex and Eloise Healey of Lancashire. The players: Team A Cloe Frankish, 14, (Chart Hills) was runner-up in last year’s Scottish U14 stroke play and shared second place in the girls’ event at the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. She was third in the U14 section of the North of England championship and represented Kent at County Finals. Sammy Fuller, 14, (Roehampton) is the most experienced member of the squad. She is an England girl international and helped to win the 2013 Girls’ Home Internationals. She has also represented GB&I in the Junior Vagliano Trophy. She is a past English U13 champion and last year had top 10 finishes in three women’s championships: the Welsh and Irish Opens and the English amateur. Hollie Muse, 14, (West Lancashire) is another past winner of the English U13 title. Last year she won the Royal Birkdale ladies’ scratch tournament, the U14 title at the North of England Championship and the prize for the best score in qualifying by an U14 player at the British girls’ championship. Team B Louisa Brunt, 15, (Ashton-under-Lyne) tied 10th in last year’s Scottish U16s and also had a top ten finish in the English girls’ U15 championship. She trains with England Golf’s U16 North West squad. Mollie Lawrence, 15, (Rochester & Cobham Park) was a member of the Kent women’s team which competed at the 2013 English County Finals. She was sixth in the English U15 girls’ championship and tied fifth in the girls’ event at the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. Billie-Jo Smith, 14, (Woodhall Spa), was 10th in the English U15 championship last year and tied 11th in the St Andrews junior ladies’ open. She trains with the England Golf U16 East Midlands squad.