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2015 in EnglandA similar format to 2011, with the top three in each pool gaining automatic entry to the 2019 tournament, and a group of death. All World Cups should have a group of death and England found themselves in one as they were pooled with Wales, Australia, Uruguay and Fiji.At the time of the draw, three years before the World Cup, England were ranked 5th in the world, Australia 3rd and crucially Wales 9th meaning they were in the third pot of teams. By the time the tournament started England were ranked 4th, Australia 2nd and Wales 5th and we all know what happened next.Original Groups: The 2019 pools before all qualifiers had been finalised (Getty Images)2019 in JapanStung by criticism of the early draw for the 2015 tournament World Rugby left it until 10 May 2017 to pick the pools for 2019’s tournament in Japan. That meant the autumn internationals in 2016 had an influence and the seeding system from 2015 was kept with 12 automatic qualifiers being put in bands according to their world rankings. A series of qualifiers got Namibia, USA, Russia, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Uruguay and Canada through.The draw held in Kyoto worked like this.Band 1: Four highest ranked teams, Band 2: Next four highest ranked; Band 3: Last four automatic qualifiers; Band 4: Qualifiers from Oceania 1, Americas 1, Europe 1, Africa 1; Band 5: Oceania 2, Americas 2, Play-off winner, Repechage winner.Follow our Rugby World Cup homepage which we update regularly with news and features. What you need to know about the 12… Collapse Rugby World Cup Pools ExplainedThe 2019 Rugby World Cup will be the ninth edition of the tournament and once again the usual pool or group system was used for the opening rounds of matches. However over the years there have been subtle differences in the way the pools have operated, so to explain those Adam Hathaway has gone back through the years addressing each of them. We start of course in 1987.1987 in Australia and New ZealandBack in the day when the World Cup started, in 1987, there were four pools of four teams and the top two in each group went through to the quarter-finals with the winner of pool one playing the runner-up in pool two and so on.So far so simple. It was the first tournament so there was no qualifying, it was all a bit on-the-hoof and countries were invited to participate by the International Rugby Board, now World Rugby. The seven members of the IRB, plus Argentina, Fiji, Italy, Canada, Tonga, Romania, USA, Zimbabwe and Japan were all there. South Africa were banned because of the apartheid policy.1991 in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, FranceIn 1991, with games all over the place, the eight quarter-finalists from 1987 qualified automatically with 25 countries involved in play-offs for the last eight spots. Western Samoa got through, replacing Tonga from the line-up four years previously.Teams got three points for a win, two for a draw and one for turning up in the pool matches, a change from 1987 when the spread was 2,1 and 0.Winning Hosts: South Africa went on to win the 1995 tournament as hosts (Getty Images)1995 in South AfricaAgain there were four pools of four teams and again the quarter-finalists from 1991 qualified automatically as did South Africa as hosts. Qualifiers were done by regions – Africa, Oceania, Europe, the Americas and Asia – with Ivory Coast, Japan, Argentina, Wales, Italy, Romania and Tonga getting through to the tournament.Groups were seeded with the eight quarter-finalists from 1991 taking the top two spots in each so Australia (winners) were top seeds in Pool A, England (runners-up) in Pool B, New Zealand (3rd in 1991) in Pool C and Scotland (4th in 1991) in Pool D.Second seeds were the quarter-finalists from 1991 – Canada, Western Samoa, Ireland and France – and South Africa went into Pool A as hosts.Wales, famously beaten by Samoa in 1991, had to do a grand tour of Europe in order to qualify. They beat Spain and Portugal in the spring of 1994 to win their zone, while Romania and Italy qualified from their zones. These three local winners then played off in the autumn of 1994 for seeding positions: Wales finished top (to go in to Pool C in South Africa), Italy runners-up (to Pool B) with Romania third (to Pool A). Similar structures were used to determine the seedings and pools for the other four qualifiers: Argentina (to Pool B), Japan (Pool C), and Tonga and Ivory Coast (Pool D).1999 in Wales, England, France, Scotland, Ireland Four teams qualified automatically, Wales as main hosts plus the top three from 1995, namely South Africa, New Zealand and France.The tournament was expanded to 20 teams and the remaining 16 places were fought over by 63 countries in a series of qualifiers to give five pools of four. This presented a problem for organisers.The five pool winners made the quarter-finals and the five pool runners-up and the best third-placed team went into qualifiers for the quarter-finals. These were played midweek ahead of the last eight games putting teams in the play-offs at a disadvantage.England beat Fiji 45-24 but lost to South Africa in the last eight; Scotland beat Samoa and were then knocked out by New Zealand; Argentina shocked Ireland 28-24 but were then beaten by France. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Expand Rugby World Cup Groups 2019 Rugby World Cup Qualified Teams Rugby World Cup Venues A rundown of the Rugby World Cup groups… 2019 Rugby World Cup Qualified Teams Expand Significant Change: Adam Hathaway explains how the pool system has changed over time (Getty Images) Also make sure you know about the Groups, Warm-ups, Dates, Fixtures, Venues, TV Coverage, and Qualified Teams by clicking on the highlighted links.Finally, don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Hot Favourites: Despite getting drawn alongside South Africa in the group stages, Woodward’s England went on to win in 2003 (Getty Images)2003 in AustraliaThe play-offs were ditched as the 20 teams were housed in four pools of five with the top two qualifying for the quarter-finals and the groups were seeded, again, on the basis of previous World Cup performances. As per usual the quarter-finalists from 1999 were straight through but 81 nations fought for the next remaining 12 spots with qualification starting in September 2000 when Luxembourg beat Norway 41-9.Bonus points were used for the first time in the World Cup pools and teams got four points for a win, two for a draw and bonus points for scoring four or more tries or losing by seven points or fewer.2007 in FranceSimilar to 2003 with the eight quarter-finalists from 2003 through automatically and 12 nations qualifying through regional tournaments. Portugal were the new boys and pools were livened up by the fact that teams finishing third automatically qualified for the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand.A First: World rankings were used in the 2011 tournament to decide the seeds (Getty Images)2011 in New ZealandFour pools of five again but crucially this was the first time world rankings were used to seed teams in the pools. The cut-off point was 1 December 2008 meaning the top four seeds were New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and Argentina. So South Africa, England and France were not top seeds despite their performances four years earlier.Twelve teams qualified automatically by finishing in the top three of their pool at the 2007 World Cup and Russia made their debut. How does the pooling system work during the Rugby World Cup? We take a look in this piece. Rugby World Cup Groups See which teams have qualified for the 2019… Rugby World Cup Venues
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News UpdatesMehmood Pracha Office Raids- Delhi Court Asks The Police To Address The Concern On Lawyer-Client Privilege While Receiving Data Nupur Thapliyal12 March 2021 4:50 AMShare This – xNoting the consent given by Advocate Mehmood Pracha for furnishing data through pen drive to the Delhi Police’s Special Cell, a Delhi Court on Friday sought response of the Investigating Officer by 19th March 2021 on how it proposes to receive the “target data”of the pen drive without creating any evidentiary vulnerability and retrieval of target data without any alteration or disclosure to…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginNoting the consent given by Advocate Mehmood Pracha for furnishing data through pen drive to the Delhi Police’s Special Cell, a Delhi Court on Friday sought response of the Investigating Officer by 19th March 2021 on how it proposes to receive the “target data”of the pen drive without creating any evidentiary vulnerability and retrieval of target data without any alteration or disclosure to other data relating to Mr. Pracha’s clients.Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma ordered thus:”Given the consent by the applicant for furnishing data through pen drive or through computer, how the prosecution proposes to:1. Recieve target data of the pen drive without creating any evidentiary vulnerability.2. Retrieve target data without any alteration to the meta data associated with the target data to prevent further evidential vulnerabilities without any disruption/interference/disclosure to other files/ data stored in hard disk relating to other clients of applicant and IO to file its response regarding the abovesaid queries on or before 19th March 2021.”At the outset, the Court also observed that “From the legal stand point, the said concern relating to protection of privilege communication being passed on to the police has to be addressed by preventing the same to be passed on/ collected by IO. The protection available under sec. 126 of Indian Evidence Act makes it imperative that the Court protects the data/files relating to communication of clients with applicant stored in the hard disk from interference of police while collecting target data.” In view of this, the Court opined that the issue of retrieval of target data without interference with the other data stored in the hard disk has to be meticulously looked upon and at the same time, obtaining target data without creating any evidentiary vulnerabilities to future purpose has to be considered because it is important for the IO to maintain authenticity and integrity of target data.The matter will now be heard on 19th March 2021.The order came after the Court vide order dated 10th March 2021 stayed the operation of the search warrant issued by the Delhi Police’s Special Cell against Mehmood Pracha till the pendency of his application.Background Advocate Mehmood Pracha moved the application against the second raid conducted by the Special Cell in his office on 9th March, thereby calling the whole exercise as “completely illegal and unjustified”. Pracha has been representing many accused persons in the Delhi Riots conspiracy cases that broke out in February last year. While alleging that the sole objective of conducting the second raid was to illegally steal the entire data of the sensitive cases he has been dealing with, Pracha in his application contended that he is going to the extent of risking self-implication even in derogation of his Fundamental Right only for the sake of protecting the data and information pertaining to his clients and briefs which he is duty bound to protect as an advocate. While arguing in the Court, Advocate Pracha had submitted thus: “It is my fundamental and constitutional right to protect the interest of my clients. To save their integrity. They have deliberately put my and my clients life under threat. This is also sensitive data. They want to act under their political masters. I cannot give such data. If you want to hang me, do it. But I cannot sacrifice my attorney privilege communication.” At the outset, the judge asked SPP Amit Prasad about a possible solution in this matter. To this, SPP proposed to give a second mirror copy of the original data in question which Advocate Mehmood Pracha would be free to delete the relevant portions concerning his clients. Denying the said proposal, Advocate Pracha submitted that it is very easy for the Special Cell to retrieve the data later on and that this will not be a feasible option in this case. “I am offering my neck to save my clients life. I am willing to face Gallows for protecting my clients life. I am ready to be the lamb. Tell your political masters to hang me. But I will not let them harm my life. Come what may.” Advocate Mehmood Pracha had submitted in the last hearing.Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderNext Story
To test the potential effects of winds on the migratory detours of shearwaters, transequatorial migrations of 3 shearwaters, the Manx Puffin us puffinus, the Cory’s Calonectris diomedea, and the Cape Verde C. edwardsii shearwaters were tracked using geolocators. Concurrent data on the direction and strength of winds were obtained from the NASA SeaWinds scatterometer to calculate daily impedance models reflecting the resistance of sea surface winds to the shearwater movements. From these models we estimated relative wind-mediated costs for the observed synthesis pathway obtained from tracked birds, for the shortest distance pathway and for other simulated alternative pathways for every day of the migration period. We also estimated daily trajectories of the minimum cost pathway and compared distance and relative costs of all pathways. Shearwaters followed 26 to 52% longer pathways than the shortest distance path. In general, estimated wind-mediated costs of both observed synthesis and simulated alternative pathways were strongly dependent on the date of departure. Costs of observed synthesis pathways were about 15% greater than the synthesis pathway with the minimum cost, but, in the Cory’s and the Cape Verde shearwaters, these pathways were on average 15 to 20% shorter in distance, suggesting the extra costs of the observed pathways are compensated by saving about 2 travelling days. In Manx shearwaters, however, the distance of the observed synthesis pathway was 25% longer than that of the lowest cost synthesis pathway, probably because birds avoided shorter but potentially more turbulent pathways. Our results suggest that winds are a major determinant of the migratory routes of seabirds.
Beau Lund Written by December 15, 2018 /Sports News – National US to pitch Salt Lake City as host for 2030 Winter Olympics FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(SALT LAKE CITY) — The Winter Olympics may be making a return to Salt Lake City — at least the U.S. Olympic Committee hopes so.The USOC announced on Friday evening that they have chosen Utah’s capital to pitch to the International Olympic Committee as a host for the 2030 Games. Salt Lake City was chosen over Denver. For now, the USOC is still referring to Salt Lake City as the U.S.’s choice for a “potential” 2030 bid.“I’d like to thank Denver and Salt Lake City, and their respective leadership teams, for participating in this process and their commitment to make the Olympic and Paralympic movements stronger,” USOC Chair Larry Probst said in a statement. “We’re incredibly lucky to have multiple able and willing cities to choose from, but in the end, we believe Salt Lake City will give us the best chance to return the winter Games to the U.S.”It’s not yet clear what international cities Salt Lake City will be competing against. The selection will not be made by the IOC until 2023.Salt Lake City hosted the Winter Games in 2002. It was the first U.S. city to host the Winter Olympics since Lake Placid, New York, in 1980 — famously highlighted by the U.S. men’s ice hockey’s “Miracle on Ice” team.The U.S. has hosted the Winter Games four times: 1932 (Lake Placid), 1960 (Squaw Valley, California), 1980 (Lake Placid) and 2002 (Salt Lake City). Denver, beaten out as this year’s U.S. representative, was actually named as host for the 1976 Games by the IOC, before withdrawing four years beforehand.The 2002 Games, less than six months after Sept. 11, went off without a hitch despite serious security concerns. Mitt Romney, the CEO of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee, was hailed worldwide for his effort in bringing the games to reality after rescuing them from a financial crisis. He used the goodwill as a launching point in his political career, serving as governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007, and running for president in 2008, 2012 and 2016.Romney just won a midterm election to be named senator from Utah. He hailed the selection of Salt Lake City for the USOC’s candidate for the 2030 Games.Beijing was named as host for the 2022 Winter Olympics, while the host for the 2026 Games has yet to be selected. The IOC will be choosing between Stockholm and Italy’s two-city bid of Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Home » News » Land & New Homes » Average new homes sales people paid £52,500 a year, claims recruiter previous nextLand & New HomesAverage new homes sales people paid £52,500 a year, claims recruiterPayscales for those working on the coalface for developers and agents’ land and new homes teams is revealed during survey.Nigel Lewis25th March 20190916 Views Estate agents considering a move to a big developer or into an estate agency’s land and new homes team now have some food for thought.A leading new homes recruitment specialists has published a report based on information from over 500 new homes staff which reveals that the average basic salary in the sector is between £20,000 and £30,000 and that three quarters of sales staff work weekends. The median salary including commission within the industry is £52,499.Such remuneration comes at a cost, though. Some 77% of respondents said that they worked weekends of which 57% said they worked EVERY weekend.The research by Hampshire-based Upfront & Personnel also makes interesting reading for female sales professionals in the sector.Its 2019 Salary Survey suggests that nearly three quarters of those working within new homes sales are women, as are 62% of all those earning £50,000 or more.Out of the 550 respondents in the survey, and regardless of gender, 215 earned between £20,000 and £29,999 a year, 59 earned between £30,000 and £40,000, and five earned between £100,000 and £150,000 a year.“This salary survey seeks to answer the two most common questions I get asked by sales managers and directors,” says Tim Bond-Gonzalez of Upfront & Personnel (left).“Firstly, ‘what package do I need to offer to attract the best talent?’ followed by ‘how does our compensation compare with the rest of the new home sales market?’”.Read the report in full.new homes Upfront & Personnell Tim Bond-Gonzalez estate agent pay March 25, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
62, of Brick passed away on, September 5, 2017 at Ocean Medical Center in Brick. Philip was born and raised in Bayonne and has resided at the Jersey Shore for many years. Mr. Sharkey worked for many years at the Hess Oil Refinery in Perth Amboy before retiring in 2011. Mr. Sharkey was predeceased by his parents, Joseph and Doris Sharkey; and by his brother, Neil Sharkey. Surviving are his brother, Joseph Sharkey and his wife, Susan; nephews, Shawn Sharkey and his wife, Kristy and Joseph Sharkey; nieces, Christina Sharkey and her husband, Brian Brown and Lauren Rose and her husband, Pat. He also leaves a great nephew, Jack Rose. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the St. Jude’s Children Research Foundation. Funeral arrangements of O’BRIEN Funeral Home, 505 Burnt Tavern Rd., Brick.
Here is the full list of winners of The British Sandwich Association’s annual Sammies Awards.The Sandwich Industry Awards, also known as the Sammies, recognise the great and the good of the sandwich industry – not only the best sandwiches, but also the best places to get them.The New Sandwich of the Year AwardOverall Winner: Un-bleat-able Goat’s Cheese, Cranberries, Sweet Potato and Mango Munch Fest, by Scribbles from Around NoonHot Category: Fiery Pulled Fajita Chicken Burrito, by GreggsSeasonal Category: Avocado, Mozzarella and Sriracha Comin’ at Cha, by Scribbles from Around NoonInnovative Category: Around Noon – Scribbles – Un-bleat-able Goat’s Cheese, Cranberries, Sweet Potato and mango Munch Fest by Scribbles from Around NoonThe Chain Sandwich Retailer Award Specialist Sandwich Bar Chain Category: SubwayBakery Chain Category: GreggsCafé Category: Coffee #1Café In-store Category: DobbiesThe Sandwich Multiple Retailer of the Year Award: MorrisonsThe Independent Sandwich Retailer AwardOverall Winner: Mimosa, LondonIndependent Bakery Sandwich Retailer: Real Patisserie, BrightonIndependent Café Sandwich Retailer: Mimosa, London Highly Commended: Caffeine Drip, EdinburghBest New Independent: Aprés Food Company, LondonIndependent Sandwich Shop: Dene’s Deli, Newcastle Upon Tyne Highly Commended: Magic Wrap; Cardiff Students’ UnionThe Sandwich Convenience Retailer Award: The Co-opThe En-Route Sandwich Retailer Award: M&S for British AirwaysThe Workplace Sandwich Provider of the Year Award: CompassThe BSA Sandwich Manufacturer of the Year Award: SolwayThe New Sandwich Product Award Food Ingredient Category: My Bombay AirwrapPackaging/Equipment Category: LunchAlert The BSA Technical Excellence Award: Raynor Foods and Green GourmetThe Sandwich Marketing Award: GreggsSandwich Designer of the Year Overall Winner: Martin Willsher of 2 Sisters Food GroupThe New York Bakery Bagel Category: Rob Lawton of Greencore with Mobster BagelThe Sam Browne Foods British Red Tractor, Farm Assured Cooked Poultry Category: Martin Willsher of 2 Sisters Food Group with St Clements DuckThe H. Smith Food Group Tuna Category: Martin Willsher of 2 Sisters Food Group with Yumi Umami TunaThe Norseland Mexicana, Applewood and Jarlsberg Category: Stewart Parker of BHLive with Hunted ChickenThe Harvey & Brockless Pesto and Relish Category: Ben Laws of Java with Oak Roast Smoked Salmon BagelThe Pan’artisan Focaccia Romana Category: Kate Riley of Bait Sandwiches with Falafel FattoushFood to Go Manufacturer of the Year: Greencore Food to Go Retailer of the Year: GreggsFood to Go Innovation of the YearThe Product Category: A Bit Moorish from PureThe Equipment/Packaging Category: Breakfast Pots from Waitrose