first_imgU.S. President Donald Trump’s tweets about OPEC and oil prices are more likely to worry the market and put upward pressure on prices than reassure it.Trump’s interventions with tweets “unsettle” the market and appear to have pushed prices up, Standard Chartered Plc energy analyst Emily Ashford and head of commodities research Paul Horsnell wrote in a note Tuesday. With oil prices rising ahead of U.S. November midterm elections, Trump has tweeted his frustration three times to no avail.Two posts on Twitter in June criticized OPEC prices for being too high. In the most recent tweet on June 30, Trump claimed that he and Saudi Arabian King Salman Bin Abdulaziz agreed to a 2-million-barrel production increase, but the White House later backpedaled. Those tweets implied that supply deficits will require all of the world’s remaining spare production capacity to come online, according to Standard Charted.This most recent Twitter post also made it look like U.S. policy is reliant on Saudi Arabia’s spare capacity to fill global supply gaps, the analysts wrote.If Trump’s tweets are taken as policy, it means the U.S. is assuming a 2 million barrel-a-day increase is readily available from the Saudis, a relationship that has already been leveraged “to the maximum extent.” But in reality, Horsnell and Ashford write that there is probably “little more” than 700,000 barrels available in the short-medium term.Saudi Arabia’s crude output reached 10.3 million barrels a day in June, and the bank doubts the country can sustain an increase above 11 million in 2018.“U.S. oil diplomacy has at points in the past been highly successful in calming oil markets, and it has generally been more successful the quieter it has been,” the analysts wrote.source:Bloomberg Author: Sue Terpilowskilast_img read more

first_imgSpanish striker Bienvenido Marañon of Ceres-Negros Football Club says their approach will remain the same against Persija Jakarta of Indonesia. ABS-CBN SPORTS CERES-Negros Football Club aims to solidify its hold of the top spot in the group stage when it faces Persija Jakarta of Indonesia in the 2019 AFC Cup tonight at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.Ceres-Negros currently holds the top spot of Group G with six points on two victories, while the visiting Persija Jakarta is at second place with four points on one victory and a draw.Ceres-Negros head coach Risto Vidakovic admitted that they are still groping for form after not having a competitive game since their 3-1 win over Becamex Binh Duong of Vietnam last March 13.“It was not easy to prepare but we have a game plan for this one,” Vidakovic said. “It was very hard for us because it is still preseason and we did not play a competitive game for two weeks.” Spanish striker Bienvenido Marañon, for his part, said their approach remains the same against the Indonesians and that they will continue to work even harder as the season progresses.“We have to control everything, and we have to be focused. If other teams will try to target me, there’s many good players that we have and they can do a good job,” Maranon said.The Ceres-Negros and Persija Jakarta match is slated at 7:30 p.m. tonight and will be shown live on national TV on the 5Plus channel and on cable TV via Fox Sports 2./PNlast_img read more

first_img(Photo by Marina Wise-Herring)Trombone player Morris Martinez of the Port Isabel High School Silver Tarpon Band is seen during the Area competition performance.By LARRY GAGESpecial to the PRESSMembers of the Port Isabel High School Silver Tarpon Marching Band raised their game last Saturday. They placed fourth in the finals of the area marching band competition at Corpus Christi Calallen and advance to next week’s state marching contest in San Antonio.In order to make Saturday night’s final, the band had to place in the top 10 Class 4A bands in the contest’s preliminary competition that day. They took a third-place ranking into that evening’s performance. After the last band had left the field sometime after 10 p.m. that night, the Port Isabel band was shown in fourth place. The top six bands move on to state competition.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedSilver Tarpon Band off to StateBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Silver Tarpon Marching Band is off to the state marching contest. Three months of long practices and hard work have paid off, but the band had to come from behind at the area contest in Corpus Christi as they never…November 2, 2018In “News”Silver Tarpon Band home from StateBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel High School Silver Tarpon Marching Band arrived home Tuesday afternoon after participating in the UIL State Marching Band Contest at San Antonio’s Alamodome on Monday. The band was primed and ready to go after qualifying for the state contest by…November 6, 2014In “News”Silver Tarpon Band Tops at RobstownBy Larry Gage Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel High Silver Tarpon Marching Band has a lot of fans and we’re all accustomed to hearing of the various awards and accomplishments of the band as they go through contest season.  This is the group that has qualified for the…October 18, 2019In “News” Sharelast_img read more

first_img Share Records   UWF WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY RECORDSTop 10 5K TimesTimeHarrierYearMeet18:07Tanya Simpson1998Auburn Invitational18:10Meta Leckband1986Florida State Championships18:11.26Kelley Bahn2014UF Mountain Dew Invitational18:14Tracy Parks1990Tulane Invitational18:17Erica Hubertz1992Tulane Invitational18:26Tracy Parks1990Florida State Championships18:27Tracy Parks1990West Florida Invitational18:28.10Kelley Bahn2014Gulf Coast Stampede18:30Tracy Parks1991Florida State Championships18:37Bailee Hedstrom2009Gulf Coast Stampede18:39Tracy Parks1990NAIA National ChampionshipsTop 10 6K TimesTimeHarrierYearMeet22:54Karyssa Tourelle-Fallon2010NCAA Regional (Ala.)22:56Karyssa Tourelle-Fallon2012NCAA Nationals (Mo.)22:57.18Kelley Bahn2014Furman Classic22:59Diana Sitar2007NCAA Regional (Ga.)23:06Karyssa Tourelle-Fallon2012NCAA Regional (Ala.)23:14Renea Porsch2012NCAA Nationals (Mo.)23:16Bailee Hedstrom2009NCAA Regional (Fla.)23:20Lauren Brooks2006NCAA Pre-National (Fla.)23:28Kelley Bahn2013NCAA Regional (Fla.)23:29Kelley Bahn2012NCAA Regional (Ala.)UWF WOMEN’S TRACK RECORDSEventTimeHarrierYearMeet800 meters2:17.79McKenzie Carney2011FSU Relays1,500 meters4:51.09Lauren Brooks2006USA Invitational3,000 meters10:44.1Lauren Brooks2006FSU Snowbird Invitational3,000 meter SC12:01.82Sabrina Seignemartin2013Auburn War Eagle Invitational5,000 meters18:03.1Bailee Hedstrom2010FSU Relays10,000 meters40:47Bailee HedstromMarch 2009FSU Relays4 x 800 meter relay9:59Gallagher, Pulmano,Spurgeon, White2006Disney RelaysDistance Medley13:43Gallagher, Pulmano,Spurgeon, White2006Disney Relays400m Hurdles1:12.55Sabrina Seignemartin2010USA InvitationalUWF WOMEN’S ROAD RECORDSEventTimeHarrierYearMeet5k18:35Diana Sitar2007Double Bridge Run10k45:25Rebecca Thielemann2007Azalea Trail Run15k1:01:04Dawn Kane2006Double Bridge RunPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_img Mike Lue (Photo by Bill Stockland) No. 5 UWF Men’s Tennis Blanks No. 49 UAH, Defeats No. 20 Cameron Sharecenter_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 5 University of West Florida men’s tennis team (11-5, 2-1 GSC) blanked No. 49 Alabama-Huntsville, 9-0, and defeated No. 20 Cameron, 5-4, today at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex on the UWF Campus. UWF has won seven straight matches.UWF-UAH Box ScoreUWF-Cameron Box ScoreMATCH ONE: No. 5 West Florida 9, No. 49 Alabama-Huntsville 0The UWF men blanked No. 49-ranked Alabama-Huntsville, 9-0, in UWF’s first match of the day. The win was West Florida’s sixth straight overall and its second Gulf South Conference (GSC) victory. With the loss, UAH moved to 1-2 in the GSC.UWF recorded victories at all three doubles positions. At the No. 1 position, Leandro Ferreira (Sao Paulo, Brazil) and Andrey Pozhidaev (Sochi, Russia) teamed to defeat Daniel Canellas and Christopher Kano, 8-2. Argonauts Domenico Sano (Macaray, Venezuela) and Sean Gunnels (Mobile, Ala.) defeated Raphael Oliviera and Guilermo Reyes, 8-0, at the No. 2 line. At No. 3, Lukas Larsson (Ystad, Sweden) and Mike Lue (Richmond Hill, Ontario) tallied an 8-2 victory over Jordan Belcher and Bruno Medeiros.In singles, Argo Jose Carlos Tolentino (Lima, Peru) recorded a 6-3, 5-7, 10-3 victory over Canellas at the No. 1 position. It was the first time Tolentino has played at the No. 1 spot for the Argonauts. Gunnels had a 7-5, 6-4 victory over Kano at No. 2. At the No. 3 line, Lue tallied a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Oliviera. Sano recorded a 6-0, 6-3 win over Reyes at No. 4. Freshman Guilherme Canineo (Sao Paulo, Brazil) went to a super tie-breaker but was able to defeat Medeiros, 6-4, 3-6, 10-5, at the No. 5 spot. Playing in just his second singles match of the spring season, Larsson dropped only one game as he defeated Belcher, 6-0, 6-1 at No. 6.MATCH TWO: No. 5 West Florida 5, No. 20 Cameron 4In its second match of the day, UWF defeated No. 20 Cameron, 5-4. UWF competes in the South Region. Cameron is in the South Central Region.UWF won two of the three doubles matches. At No. 1 Ferreira and Pozhidaev defeated Patrick Eichler and Santiago Romero, 9-7. Argonauts Larsson and Lue recorded an 8-4 victory over Manuel Barroetavena and Jeff Sasser at the No. 3 line. At the No. 2 position, Thomas Peixoto and Duje Janjic defeated UWF’s Gunnels and Sano, 8-6.The two teams split the singles matches, with UWF tallying victories at the Nos. 2, 3 and 5 positions. At No. 2, No. 20-ranked Pozhidaev defeated Eichler, 6-1, 6-1. Tolentino recorded a 6-3, 7-5 victory over Peixoto at No. 3. Lue defeated Janjic, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6, at the No. 5 line. Cameron saw victories at the Nos. 1, 4 and 6 spots. Romero defeated Ferreira, who is currently No. 15 in the nation, in three sets, 6-4, 5-7, 6-3, at No. 1. At No. 4, Barroetavena defeated Gunnels, 7-6(2), 6-4. Larsson was defeated by Clerc, 6-3, 6-4, at No. 6.The Argonaut men will travel to Las Vegas, Nev., next week for three neutral site matches. On Mon., March 14th, West Florida will play No. 25 Hawaii Pacific. The next day, the Argos will face Fresno Pacific. West Florida will wrap up the trip with a match against No. 10 Abilene Christian on Wed., March 16th. Results and recaps from these matches will be available on GoArgos.com.For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. — www.GoArgos.com –____________________________________________________________________________________MATCH ONE: No. 5 University of West Florida 9, No. 49 Alabama-Huntsville 0Singles#1 Jose Carlos Tolentino (UWF) def. Daniel Canellas (UAH) 6-3, 5-7, 10-3#2 Sean Gunnels (UWF) def. Christopher Kano (UAH) 7-5, 6-4#3 Mike Lue (UWF) def. Raphael Oliviera (UAH) 6-1, 6-2#4 Domenico Sano (UWF) def. Guilermo Reyes (UAH) 6-0, 6-3#5 Guilherme Canineo (UWF) def. Bruno Medeiros (UAH) 6-4, 3-6, 10-5#6 Lukas Larsson (UWF) def. Jordan Belcher (UAH) 6-0, 6-1Doubles #1 Leandro Ferreira/Andrey Pozhidaev (UWF) def. Daniel Canellas/Christopher Kano (UAH) 8-2#2 Sean Gunnels/Domenico Sano (UWF) def. Raphael Oliviera/Guilermo Reyes (UAH) 8-0#3 Lukas Larsson/Mike Lue (UWF) def. Jordan Belcher/Bruno Medeiros (UAH) 8-2Match Notes:Alabama-Huntsville 5-4, 1-2 GSC; National ranking #49; Regional ranking #15University of West Florida 10-5, 2-1 GSC; National ranking #5; Regional ranking #4Order of finish: Doubles (2,1,3); Singles (3,4,6,2,1,5)MATCH TWO: No. 5 University of West Florida 5, No. 20 Cameron 4Singles #1 Santiago Romero (CU) def. No. 15 Leandro Ferreira (UWF) 6-4, 5-7, 6-3#2 No. 20 Andrey Pozhidaev (UWF) def. Patrick Eichler (CU) 6-1, 6-1#3 Jose Carlos Tolentin (UWF) def. Thomas Peixoto (CU) 6-3, 7-5#4 Manuel Barroetavena (CU) def. Sean Gunnels (UWF) 7-6 (7-2), 6-4#5 Mike Lue (UWF) def. Duje Janjic (CU) 6-2, 3-6, 7-6#6 Nicolas Clerc (CU) def. Lukas Larsson (UWF) 6-3, 6-4Doubles #1 Leandro Ferreira/Andrey Pozhidaev (UWF) def. Patrick Eichler/Santiago Romero (CU) 9-7#2 Thomas Peixoto/Duje Janjic (CU) def. Sean Gunnels/Domenico Sano (UWF) 8-6#3 Lukas Larsson/Mike Lue (UWF) def. Manuel Barroetavena/Jeff Sasser (CU) 8-4Match Notes:Cameron 7-2, 1-0 LSC; National ranking #20; Regional ranking #4University of West Florida 11-5, 2-1 GSC; National ranking #5; Regional ranking #4Order of finish: Doubles (13,2); Singles (2,3,6,4,1,5)UWF is in the South Region; Cameron is in the South Central Region.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_imgNo action will be taken at the work session, Dixson said it is an opportunity for the Central Peninsula Health Foundation to discuss their proposal to the council . The Foundation plans to get half of those funds from the Rasmuson Foundation and would be requesting the other half of the funding from the city according to Dixson. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna City Council will hold a work session at 5 pm Wednesday, January 28 to discuss the Birch Ridge Golf Course. Dixson: “We received a proposal from The Central Peninsula Health Foundation with regard to their proposed purchase of the golf course.” That was Soldotna City Manager  Mark Dixson who said initial proposal from the Central Peninsula Health Foundation would purchase the property from the golf course for $700,00o.last_img read more

first_imgPrevious meetingThe sides last met in the Continental Cup on a fiery Bonfire night fixture at the Stoke Gifford Stadium in November, which Chelsea won 2-1.Chelsea were victorious thanks to a 90th minute winner from Karen Carney. City Women pushed Chelsea all the way but Carney burst into the box late on and won herself a penalty, she sent Aimee Watson the wrong way to give her side all three points.Today’s meeting Bristol City Women return to the South West fresh from a number of positive away performances, defeating Sunderland, Everton and most recently Yeovil on Saturday which means they currently sit seventh in the table. Chelsea make their way south having picked up the FA Cup title. They defeated bitter rivals Arsenal 3-1 at Wembley in front of a record crowd of over 45,000.Due to external results, Chelsea could be crowned WSL 1 champions tomorrow.One to watchJi So-Yun – Having joined the Blues in January 2014, Ji So-Yun quickly became an anchor of the team thanks to her impressive technical ability and pinpoint passing. She has been instrumental in Chelsea’s recent FA Cup victory and is South-Korea’s all-time top goal scorer, having made her international debut in 2006.Tickets for the game are available on the gate from 5:30pm.last_img read more

first_imgCompeted with Kante for the man-of-the-match award with a confident display. He was full of running, in both defence and attack, scored a brilliant goal, almost had another on the break and defended without alarm. The rousing ovation he received when he was substituted late on was fully justified.Diego Costa: 8For the second consecutive match, the striker kept his temper in check and was just as effective as when he is at his most prickly. He played percentages with his goal, doing just about enough to score, and held up play effectively and selflessly, showing great touch and awareness throughout.Nathaniel Chalobah: 7Settled without any fuss after coming on for the final quarter of the match and caught the eye with the sumptuous pass for the third goal, which was brilliantly taken by Moses. Looked comfortable and calm in first-team surroundings. Click here for the latest Chelsea transfer gossip He did not put a foot wrong, once again slotting into the back three with consummate ease. The Spaniard defended his space and showed impeccable judgement as to when to try to nick possession. He will, however, face much sterner tests.Gary Cahill: 7Solid and dependable in defence and used the ball with good tempo, as well as playing with impressive purpose when bringing the ball out.David Luiz: 7Embed from Getty Images Unfortunate not to score with a breathtaking free-kick that hit the post and he played with typical attacking intent. But he did have a couple of nervy moments when he got caught too far forward trying to win possession – and also nearly put through his own net when his sliding attempt to prevent a cross saw the ball strike the upright.Marcos Alonso: 8He was excellent before the break, showing a full range of passing, supporting Eden Hazard and getting into the box to make an extra man. He was a little less involved after the interval but defended solidly and could have scored after a late burst, only to blast his shot over.Nemanja Matic: 8Embed from Getty Images Chelsea made light work of Premier League champions Leicester City at Stamford Bridge, cruising to a 3-0 win. Here’s how we rated the players in Saturday’s home victory.Thibaut Courtois: 6Barely involved. Used the ball effectively on a couple of occasions, but didn’t have a shot to save.AdChoices广告Cesar Azpilicueta: 8Embed from Getty Images The Spaniard was involved throughout and played a full part in Chelsea’s first-half dominance. He stretched the away defence with regular runs in behind and was equally dangerous taking on players with ball at his feet.Eden Hazard: 8Always involved and always demanding possession, he was a little over-casual with the ball at times but was still excellent. Took full advantage of his lucky break to score the second goal and immediately dedicated it to his grieving team-mate Willian.Victor Moses: 9Embed from Getty Imagescenter_img Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Exclusive: People Are Becoming Rich Using This Profit System x This Bizarre Photo Caused Mayhem, Try Not to Gasp when You See Why x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x Chilling Photos Taken Moments Before It All Goes Wrong x 39 Eye-opening Photos Smuggled out of North Korea x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook He was as good as he been in months, pressing high up the pitch, winning possession and driving his attacking trio with numerous surges from the deep-lying role. He helped create Hazard’s goal with a positive pass and could easily have scored a couple himself.N’Golo Kante: 9Was outstanding on his first appearance against his former club, showing the main reason why Leicester are struggling. They missed his energy and zip in the middle of the park, while the Frenchman’s passing and numerous surges forward proved he has much more to his game than his defensive nous.Pedro: 7Embed from Getty Images See also:Conte suggests Chelsea formation is here to stayConte stands by decision not to take off CostaFive pictures from Chelsea’s resounding win over Leicester’Fantastic’ Moses praised after Chelsea victorylast_img read more

first_img“Ultimately, we determined that the potential risks of welcoming patrons and guests to our grounds in November are simply too significant to overcome.“Even in the current circumstances, staging the Masters without patrons is deeply disappointing.”Woods won his fifth Masters and 15th career major — after a gap off 11 years — at Augusta in 2019.Up to around 40 000 fans usually attend the tournament in Georgia each year.The decision by Augusta means that all three remaining majors on the 2020 schedule will have been played without fans.The PGA Championship was behind closed doors in San Francisco last week after being postponed from May.September’s US Open at Winged Foot in New York, pushed back from June, will also bar spectators.The year’s other major, the Open Championship, which was set for Royal St George’s in July, was cancelled altogether.This year’s Ryder Cup showdown between Europe and the United States has also been postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus.Set for Whistling Straits in Wisconsin from 25-27 September, the Ryder Cup will instead be staged from 24-26 September , 2021.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Tiger Woods will have to defend his Masters title behind closed doors after Augusta chiefs admitted on Wednesday that the risks caused by the coronavirus in allowing thousands fans to attend “are simply too significant to overcome”.The Masters had already been pushed back from its traditional April slot due to the pandemic and will now take place from 12-15 November.“As we have considered the issues facing us, the health and safety of everyone associated with the Masters always has been our first and most important priority,” said Fred Ridley, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club.last_img read more

first_img 7 July 2017, 10:34 Irish Show Jumping squad named for Falsterbo Nations Cup in Sweden Tags: Home  »  General  »  Irish Show Jumping squad named for Falsterbo Nations Cup in Sweden Ireland’s Show Jumping team manager Rodrigo Pessoa has named his squad, sponsored by Devenish and The Underwriting Exchange, for the sixth round of the FEI Nations Cup Division 1 at Falsterbo in Sweden.The five-star Falsterbo Nations Cup takes place next Friday July 14th and will be Ireland’s fourth of six points-scoring rounds as they continue their quest to qualify for the Nations Cup world final in Barcelona (ESP).The Irish squad for the Falsterbo Nations Cup is as follows:Bertram Allen with Hector Van D’Abdijhoeve – Owned by Noel Delahunty, Connaught BloodstockMark McAuley with Miebello – Owned by Eva LundinCian O’Connor with Callisto – Owned by Ian O’ Grady, Philippe de Balander & Ronnoco Jump LtdDenis Lynch with All Star 5 – Owned by Thomas Straumann & Denis LynchShane Sweetnam with Chaqui Z – Owned by Spy Coast Farm LLC & Shane SweetnamTeam manager Rodrigo Pessoa said:“We are in final stretch of the FEI Nations Cup season with three big events at Falsterbo, Hickstead and Dublin leading up to the European Championships. This is a crucial time in the season. We are looking for our first Division 1 win and are hoping it will come sooner or later.”last_img read more