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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Or click here if you prefer a digital version of the magazineAnd if you’d like 50% off a subscription to Rugby World Magazine click here Eagles centre/wing Paul Emerick adds: “Eddie was in the US set-up years before he became head coach. I think that most definitely helps him out, being familiar with American sporting culture. He’s approachable and I’m able to have straightforward conversations with him about my playing expectations.”On the field O’Sullivan has had some tough decisions to make. He dropped all-time leading scorer Mike Hercus, as well as established professional prop Mike MacDonald. He took several gambles, giving starting spots to wing Kevin Swiryn, No 8 Nic Johnson and lock Samu Manoa when those players seemed out of the loop.The Eagles ended 2009 with two wins over Uruguay to punch their ticket for the World Cup in New Zealand, clinching qualification on O’Sullivan’s 51st birthday. That left almost two years to prepare for the big tournament. O’Sullivan has spent that time tinkering with his line-up – for instance using seven different centres, including two sets of brothers. He has similarly played musical loose forwards.“I’ve just got to see all the combinations,” O’Sullivan explains. “There are guys who can’t be available because of school or work. I’d like that not to be the case but it is what it is and we work with it. So I have to see who else we’ve got.“There are always players coming out of the All-American system and the U20s, and also players you just find, you know? We have to see them all.”O’Sullivan has spent some time in Hawaii looking at that much-overlooked talent pool in the middle of the Pacific. He has looked at gridiron players too.All the changes inevitably produced inconsistency in the results. In the 2010 Churchill Cup the Eagles defeated Russia, lost to England Saxons and almost beat France A, providing reason for optimism. But on their November tour they lost to Saracens and Scotland A (without scoring a try in either game), edged Portugal 22-17, and lost in the final seconds against Georgia, 19-17.Now comes O’Sullivan’s final exam – they don’t call them Test matches for nothing. He has tinkered with his team, his game plan and coaching staff to prepare for a very tough World Cup. All that must end, now – or does it? With O’Sullivan, the Irishman who loves America, you just never know.This article appeared in Part 1 of our Rugby World Cup Supplement.To get a copy of the supplement contact [email protected] Eddie O’SullivanAge 52 (21 November 1958)Birthplace Youghal, Co CorkCoaching history Monivea, Blackrock, Connacht, Ireland U21, Ireland, USA EaglesRecord as USA coach (January 2009-present)P10 W6 L4Eddie O’Sullivan has tried to stabilise the American team while trialling new ideas. Has he found a winning formula?Going into 2009, the USA players were justifiably skittish. Nothing, it seemed, could be depended upon, especially their coaching situation.In 2006 head coach Tom Billups had stepped down over a conflict with the USA Rugby leadership. His replacement, Peter Thorburn, was always going to leave after the 2007 World Cup, but Thorburn’s replacement, Scott Johnson, barely lasted a year before leaving to join the Ospreys.With two shock resignations from their coaches in the space of three years, the Eagles players were reluctant to put their faith in a new coach, and yet, like a lonely child, they desperately wanted the stability they didn’t trust.Into that confused situation stepped Eddie O’Sullivan. Having left Ireland after a disappointing 2007 World Cup and 2008 Six Nations, O’Sullivan was returning to the country that gave him his start in international coaching.Immediately he made clear his position: he might be Irish, but he had spent a great deal of time in America and knew the game there; no, he wasn’t going to change everything, but he would change a few things; and no, he wasn’t going to leave. That last point mattered as much as anything. O’Sullivan’s main message was: “I’m here at least through to the 2011 World Cup. Depend on that.”O’Sullivan put his stamp on the USA team early. He made changes to the line-up and the pattern of play – opting for a more direct, hard-nosed attack. And the result was a 27-10 defeat in his debut match against Ireland in California. A loss, against his old team, but O’Sullivan had effected something of a turnaround for a team beaten badly (twice) by Japan a few months earlier. Perhaps the games that really cemented O’Sullivan’s place were that summer’s World Cup qualifiers against Canada.Going into the first match in Charleston, South Carolina, the USA were on a four-game losing streak against their rivals to the north. They hadn’t really been in those games at all. Now O’Sullivan got his team believing again in a game that made up for what it lost in fluid rugby with passion.The Americans won 12-6 on 4 July. The return match in Edmonton didn’t go as well – Canada were 24-0 up by half-time and won 41-18 to take the series. But one episode was telling. Rugby Canada’s playing of the United States national anthem was a failure, and while the players stewed quietly about the slight, O’Sullivan was openly furious. He clearly feels a strong bond with the Americans.“I’ve been involved with American rugby for years,” O’Sullivan explains. “I coached with the Eagles in 1999 and really enjoyed my time there. I helped start the Coaching Development Programme as national technical director and that’s something I’m very proud of. I have a lot of respect for the coaches and players in America and I always hoped people would understand that I may be Irish, but I respect American rugby.”
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Tagged with: Research / statistics Howard Lake | 17 June 2008 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 20 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The first survey to explore the state of fundraising in Europe will close for submissions on Friday.In recent years Blackbaud has expanded its annual State of the Nonprofit Industry (SONI) survey from the USA to the Asia Pacific region and, last year, to the UK. This year, in partnership with The Resource Alliance, Blackbaud Europe is extend ingit to France, the Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland in multiple languages.Andrew Mosawi, Blackbaud’s vice president of international business development, said: “By extending the survey to Europe, we hope to identify specific trends facing the sector that will help empower fundraisers to better serve their organisations.”The survey can be completed online.www.blackbaud.co.uk/SurveyRA Blackbaud SONI survey closes at end of the week About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
North West of EnglandJulia Worthington, founder of Amber Consulting, runs monthly coaching groups for fundraisers in the North West of England and a quarterly full day group for experienced fundraisers. Details are on her website. 474 total views, 2 views today Tagged with: co-working Events About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Melanie May | 17 January 2020 | News Advertisement Shared co-working events for fundraisers SheffieldA monthly Charity Lunch and Co-working Session kicks off at Union St. in Sheffield on 28 January. Organised by Beth Crackles and Matt Hill, the first one will be just for existing Union St co-workers to discuss format and what else to include in it, but from Feb it will be opened it up for anyone who works or volunteers with charities (CICs, SEs etc.) and wants to come. Two hours will be set aside for lunch, then the rest of the afternoon for working alongside each other, and there’s also a fab cafe. More details from [email protected] KentKent Work Together Days happen on the 3rd Monday of every month, alternating between Tunbridge Wells and Aylesford, and run between 10am and 4pm. Organised by Money Tree Fundraising’s Beth Upton, the purpose of the day is to combat loneliness and isolation for fundraisers, providing a chance to network whilst doing some work too! There is always time to chat, time to share a problem and time to get heads down and do some work. All you need to bring is your laptop, your phone, and money for drinks and lunch. Fundraisers can come for a couple of hours or the whole day. All Beth asks is that they RSVP via Eventbrite (for free) so she can look out for people and make them feel welcome, and reserve a large enough area for everyone. The events are publicised on Money Tree Fundraising’s social media throughout the month but also on the Fundraisers in Kent Facebook page. Hertfordshire/ BuckinghamshireEmma-Louise Singh runs a monthly coffee meet up for Fundraisers in Hertfordshire/ Buckinghamshire, every second Tuesday at 10am at Akeman, Tring, Hertfordshire. It’s for anyone in the charity sector, from fundraisers working in charities, sole fundraisers, to those working from home or self-employed, and offers the chance to take a break from screens, to network, meet others, share successes (and sometimes woes), be inspired and motivated by others. If interested in joining, contact: [email protected] WarwickWarwick-based Oli Hiscoe, National Fundraiser at Motor Neurone Disease Association often invites a local freelance trust fundraiser or a local international development fundraiser to join him in his home office. He can be contacted at [email protected] With many fundraisers working remotely, from home, or just on their own, a great way of meeting others, sharing learnings, experiences and challenges, or simply getting a change of scene for a while is to host or go along to a co-working session. Here’s our list of some of the regular informal co-working and related events fundraisers are hosting around the country. Do send us details of any other groups or events, and we will add them in. North East of EnglandSmall Charity Support North East is an informal support group for employees and trustees of small charities in the region to meet monthly to chat and learn with peers over a cuppa. North East of EnglandCharity Flexible Workers North East is a network of flexible workers to share tips from working from home, support, motivation and to arrange face-to-face co-working and socials. HerefordshireThe newly launched Herefordshire Fundraisers’ Network is an informal group for people who fundraise in Herefordshire. It’s an opportunity to share ideas, share best practice, help each other out and bounce thoughts and plans off each other. The Group is having an informal networking morning on 29 January at 10am in The Bookshop in Hereford where people are invited to come along and introduce themselves, and chat about what they would like to gain from it. The Network can be found on Facebook. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 475 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Lancashire / ManchesterFundraising sector specialist consultant, trainer & coach Claire Warner has been running a co-working day once a month at a community owned pub near her in Lancashire. These are held on the first Thursday of each month and due to demand Warner is currently looking for somewhere just as accessible but bigger, as well as trying to find a venue for a central Manchester day too. That is likely to be the 3rd Thursday of each month. More details from [email protected] SussexOrganised by Lucy Stone, Fundraisers Work Together Days are being hosted on the first Monday of the month in February, March and April at The Old Market, Hove, with a view to it becoming an ongoing monthly event. There will be space, WIFI and a cuppa and people are invited to come with their laptop, a contribution towards refreshments and their lunch. Everyone will have their lunch together to take a break and share experiences, chat about challenges and successes or just have a moan. No need to book – just let Lucy know if you are coming so she can make sure there are enough biscuits. More details here. Related events SurreyThe new Surrey Community Fundraisers Group has its first meet up today (17 January) from 12 noon – 2pm at The Onslow Arms, The Street, West Clandon, Surrey. The plan is to hold these monthly at a venue in the Surrey region. For more information contact Georgi Welch at [email protected] or Millie Coulter at [email protected]
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Previous articleHeartwave Cardio Screening coming to an area near youNext articleWood recalls Dr O’Regan’s kindness as leadership inspiration Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Pictured at the launch, Lavina Ryan Duggan – VHI Healthcare, Professor Vincent Cunnane – President LIT, Dr James Ring – CEO Limerick Chamber, Ken Johnson – President Limerick Chamber. Back Row: Morris Carr – BDO, George Kennedy – HOMS, Cathal Tracey – Deloitte, Mike Cantwell – Innovate Limerick, Catherine Duffy – Northern Trust, Conor O’Sullivan – AIB Business Banking, Kieran Martin – BOI, Karl Dowling – Action Point.THE Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards will help underpin the recovery and create a sustainable future, the President of Limerick Institute of Technology has said as the awards were launched this Monday.Now in it’s seventh year, Dr Vincent Cunnane said that recognising success of business at all levels, which the Chamber awards do, is hugely important.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The culture of recognising success will help to underpin the recovery here and create a sustainable future. These awards are strategically important for all of us because they recognise success and I would urge all of you to encourage entries to these premier awards. You will be helping Limerick, the region and everyone therein,” he said.More than 150 people attended the launch this week in the Castletroy Park Hotel, where Dave Griffin, Business Development Director, Dell EMC Limerick and winner of the 2016 business if the year award, said that the win came at a time of significant and positive change for the business and reaffirmed the role that the Limerick site plays within the wider business as well as the community.“Last year Dell EMC was delighted to be named Business of the Year at the Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards. The awards present a great way to shine a spotlight on the business community in Limerick and the innovation taking place across the Mid-West.“Receiving this honour last year was extremely rewarding for the team that works at our campus here in Limerick, who were delighted to be recognised in this way. Globally we were able to showcase the recognition through the Dell EMC network and leverage the win to highlight the value of continued investment at the Limerick campus. I would encourage all companies – big and small – to enter these awards. They’re a great idea and well worth participating in,” said Mr Griffin.The Awards celebrate business success across all sectors and scales, from SME’s right up to multinationals and closing date for entry is September 24 next with more info on www.limerickchamber.ie. Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live BusinessNewsRecognition at Limerick Chamber awards will help underpin recoveryBy Staff Reporter – June 26, 2017 994 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Linkedin Print Facebook Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival WhatsApp Advertisement TAGSlimerickLIMERICK ChamberRegional Business Awards Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
Top Stories’Exceeded Jurisdiction’: Division Bench Of P & H HC Sets Aside Single Bench Order On Administrative Side Passed During Judicial Hearing [Read Judgment] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK3 July 2020 1:17 AMShare This – xThe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday clarified that if any Judge faces technical problem during hearing of cases via video conferencing, the proper course would be to bring the same to the notice of the Registrar General of the High Court. “Running of the High Court on the administrative side cannot be permitted to be taken up by each and every Judge on the judicial side as…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?LoginThe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday clarified that if any Judge faces technical problem during hearing of cases via video conferencing, the proper course would be to bring the same to the notice of the Registrar General of the High Court. “Running of the High Court on the administrative side cannot be permitted to be taken up by each and every Judge on the judicial side as he thinks fit as that would lead to collapse of the system of the administration of the High Court,” the division bench of Chief Justice Ravi Shanker Jha and Justice Arun Palli said while setting aside the order of a Single Judge whereby orders pertaining to administrative side of the High Court were passed during hearing of two criminal matters. Discouraging such practice the bench said, “We are of the considered and firm opinion that the learned Single Judge exceeded his jurisdiction in issuing directions purely relating to the administration of the High Court “in a criminal matter” as the extra ordinary and inherent powers of the Court cannot be invoked in purely administrative matters. Judicial powers cannot be invoked to run the administration of the High Court, which task vests in the Chief Justice or in the Full Court of the High Court and is regulated by Rules and instructions issued in that regard.” The court noted that issues regarding the problems arising in the video conferencing were neither involved nor raised in the criminal matters before the single Judge. In such circumstances, the division bench said, if any inconvenience was faced by the learned Single Judge owing to lack of any technical/ secretarial assistance, the proper course that should have been adopted was to bring the problem to the notice of the Registrar General of this Court for its resolution. The observations were made in an appeal preferred by the High Court Registry against the order of the Single Judge to the extent the Technical Staff of the High Court was directed to ensure that every case is available on-line on the computer by downloading the cause list onto the laptop/computer and make an icon on the desktop of that computer as also download the pleadings of all the cases listed on that day onto the computer and make individual icons on the desktop so that the Court can access each case at the click of the mouse. While setting aside the impugned order in part, the division bench clarified that the role of the technical staff attached to the Computer Committee and the task vis-a-vis the computerization of the High Court is “limited”. “The role of the technical official deputed for managing the video conferencing is confined only to sort out the technical glitches, if any, concerning connectivity or audio/video disturbances during the court proceedings,” the bench said. It added, “The technical staff of this Court are fully skilled/trained to deal with any technical snag/issue during the video conferencing but not equipped to manage the procedural functioning of the Court which is a specialized task of a regular court staff. In the circumstances, we are of the considered opinion that the impugned directions deserve to be set aside.” For the purpose of downloading pleadings, etc., the court has affirmed that it is the Secretarial Staff that is responsible. Case Details: Case Title: Punjab and Haryana High Court through its Registrar (Computerization) v. Zahur Haider Zaidi & Ors. Case No.: LPA No. 401/2020 (O&M) Quorum: Chief Justice Ravi Shanker Jha and Justice Arun Palli Appearance: Advocate Kanwal Goel (for Applicant); Addl. Advocate General Deepak Balyan (for State) Click Here To Download Judgment Read Judgment Next Story
Beau Lund March 20, 2020 /Sports News – National Tom Brady confirms he’s headed to Tampa Bay Buccaneers FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail Joe Faraoni / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Tom Brady confirmed he’s headed to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a statement posted to Instagram Friday. “Excited, humble and hungry …if there is one thing I have learned about football, it’s that nobody cares what you did last year or the year before that…you earn the trust and respect of those around through your commitment every single day,” Brady wrote. “I’m starting a new football journey and thankful for the @buccaneers for giving me an opportunity to do what I love to do.” “I look forward to meeting all my new teammates and coaches and proving to them that they can believe and trust in me,” Brady continued. “I have always believed that well done is better than well said, so I’m gonna not gonna say much more – I’m just gonna get to work.”On Tuesday morning, the star quarterback announced he was leaving the New England Patriots. “I don’t know what my football future holds, but it is time for me to open a new stage of my life and career,” Brady said Tuesday.“I cherished every opportunity I had to be a part of our team,” he said of his 20-year run in New England.Monday marked the official start of free agency, when teams are permitted to negotiate with free agents from other clubs. Free agent players, including Brady, were free to sign with any team once the new league year officially began at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday.In the 2000 NFL draft, Brady was the 199th pick overall. The 42-year-old leaves New England with 41 playoff starts since 2001. He has played in nine Super Bowls, won six and notched four Super Bowl MVP awards.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by