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Van Brink joins Spierings

first_imgHe succeeds Koos Spierings, who was appointed as the company’s ceo in May 2019.Van Brink previously worked as a sales engineer at Terberg Special Vehicles.www.spieringscranes.comlast_img

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Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2020 episode 2 preview

first_img Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4center_img Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins began last Monday on Channel 4. Twelve well-known faces were the latest recruits to take on the challenge of SAS selection.The first episode focused on discipline and saw the celebrity recruits take on a series of challenges. The celebrities arrived hooded and were forced to trust the DS staff who guided them to the first challenge – a 50-metre cliff free fall. Most managed this challenge without issue but Katie Price was struggling. She was later brought in for questioning where she told the DS about some of the challenges she’s faced in her personal life.Credit: Pete DaddsLater the celebs were asked to decide who was the strongest and the top three were Joey Essex, Tony Bellew, Brendan Cole and Locksmith. The celebs were taken for a boxing challenge with a twist, with the strongest forced to go up against multiple attackers but not allowed to fight back. Tony Bellew struggled to keep hold of his anger and lashed out. He was later brought in for questioning where he opened up about the struggles he’s faced since retiring from boxing.Other challenges included lying in freezing water and being punished with exercises when anyone failed to listen or made a mistake. Credit: Pete DaddsIn episode 2, the training focuses on the recruits’ mindset. The celebrities are tasked with a set of tough mental and physical challenges to see if they have what it takes to be a special forces operative. A brutal night-time beasting sees the first celeb quit the course. Challenges also include a backwards helicopter dive into near freezing waters and a psychological test in a simulated warzone, with a gun and a life-changing decision to make. The last task of the phase is a session of murderball, as the celebrities bring their aggression to the fore. Credit: Channel 4As the challenges get tougher and the recruits’ weaknesses are exposed, their past experiences and emotions come to the surface. YouTuber Jack Maynard is in the thick of it; as well as TV presenter Anthea Turner; and former footballer John Fashanu, who reflects on the suicide of his brother Justin.Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2020 continues at 9pm Monday 27th April 2020 on Channel 4. Preview the episode with our gallery: Credit: Channel 4. Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4 Credit: Channel 4last_img read more

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Ole Miss, Wallace must be ‘aggressive’ against Auburn

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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.OXFORD – Bo Wallace has an idea, which actually is more of a suggestion.“We have to get back to throwing the ball on first and second downs and making plays like we did earlier in the season,” the Ole Miss’ quarterback said Monday, the first time he talked to the media since a 10-7 loss to LSU that dropped the No. 7 Rebels from the ranks of the unbeatens.This makes perfect sense to Wallace and many Ole Miss fans. Ole Miss (7-1, 4-1 Southeastern Conference) just got done scoring seven points in an entire game, and that’s the sort of output that garners criticism and suggestions for change (even in midst of a season that could potentially be the best in program history).Denzel Nkemdiche will miss rest of 2014 seasonAnd why not, in Wallace’s words, be “more aggressive?” No. 4 Auburn (6-1, 7-1) is coming to town on Saturday (6 p.m., ESPN), so the idea is to at least try to hang with a Tigers’ offense that is averaging nearly 40 points a game.“That’s on the coaches and what they call and things like that,” Wallace said. “Hopefully, we can be more aggressive (than) last week, but I’m going to run the plays that are called and that’s all I can do.”Wallace may have a point on the first-down, run-pass ratio. It was 7 to 6 in favor of the run in the first half, a near 50/50 split during a period of play in which Ole Miss scored its only touchdown and had two more called back (once for penalty, once for stepping out-of-bounds mid-play). In the second half, it was 9 to 5, and that included three passes on the final series of the game. Ole Miss never got into the red zone during the second half.Wallace’s reasoning is that, if Ole Miss throws more on early downs, it’ll invariably lead to more manageable third-downs, instead of the bevy of third-and-longs the Rebels have faced in recent weeks (and struggled to convert).Former Ole Miss staffer will help Auburn this weekAgain, he has a point.Ole Miss is 11th in the SEC in rushing yards, and that’s with a healthy offensive line, which it currently does not have. But there’s only one hiccup in that, and it’s a large one: You have to complete those passes.Lately, Wallace has not been doing a good job of that.Wallace completed less than 50 percent of his passes against the Tigers, the second straight week that was the case. He was a respectable 9-of-10 on short (five yards or less) passes, and 5-of-8 on throws from six-14 yards. But on passes more than 15 yards down field before getting to a receiver, Wallace was 2-of-11. That includes a couple of deep throws he sailed over receivers’ heads, and Wallace also had four passes tipped at the line of scrimmage.“I would say this for our entire team, not just Bo. I thought our demeanor was a bit different in that environment, and I thought we let things get to us that have not bothered us earlier in the season,” Freeze said. “They seemed to rattle us a little bit. He missed some open guys and also made some really good throws.”After a month of hero worship influenced by his strong play in big wins against Alabama and Texas A&M, Wallace is back in the familiar role of being criticized by fans for a poor decision.Two days after he threw a game-ending interception, Wallace and Freeze still could not give an exact reason why Wallace passed up an open 10-yard pass to Laquon Treadwell for a throw to Cody Core in double-coverage near the end zone.“We just didn’t execute the play. I didn’t execute the play,” Wallace said. “That’s really all.”Said Freeze: “I’ve got to communicate better to him. We didn’t get done what we hoped to get done on that play, obviously, and it’s something that in critical moments, you have to get done.”Despite being relatively open about his thoughts on the offense, Wallace’s comments Monday did not come off as direct criticism of Freeze. It was more like a clearly frustrated quarterback trying to find an answer.“We talked, and I know we’re going to have a good plan,” Wallace said. “We’re on the same page, and I know we’re both ready to go and start preparation for this week so we can move on and get away from the LSU game.”Contact Hugh Kellenberger at (601) 961-7291 or [email protected] Follow @HKellenbergerCL on Twitter.No. 7 Ole Miss vs. No. 4 Auburn6 p.m., Saturday, ESPNVaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more

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One N Move, Dream Chasers clash in opening fixture

first_imgThe annual Mocha Village Cup’ Streetball Championship officially kicks off this evening at the Mocha Tarmac with 10 matches. The opening match will pit One N Move against Dream Chasers from 19:00hrs with Money Hunters opposing Upsetters at 19:30hrs and Frontside playing Young Stars at 20:00hrs. At 20:30hrs, Church Boys will oppose Old Boys, Ballers Empire will engage Future Stars at 21:00hrs and Nelson Street will tackle Big Ballers at 21:30hrs.The seventh match will pit Touches against Xtra Mature at 22:00hrs, with 2020 Winners opposing 6Boss at 22:30hrs. In the final two matches, Lack Ah Scene will engage Wild Ones from 23:00hrs and Hill Side will lock horns with Family at 23:30hrs.The first prize is $200,000 with the second, third and fourth place prizes being $100,000, $50,000 and $25,000 respectively. Meanwhile, the Guyana Lottery Company under its ‘Lets Bet Sports’ brand officially joined the growing list of sponsors to support the event, donating $250,000 during a simple presentation held at the entity’s Ogle office.Brand Ambassador, Rawle Toney, presented the cheque to the Public Relations Officer [PRO] of the coordinating team Ballerz Entertainment Clayton Reece.Toney, during brief remarks, stated that the company was committed to the development of sports and communities, adding that despite the entity being only one year in existence, it has led the way in fulfilling its corporate responsibility. Reece, in his remarks said that the organization is dedicated to youth and community development.The third Mocha Village Cup, he said, has been one of those marquee events that help the organization to stay on track in maintaining its vision and carrying out its ongoing mission.“This event began in a time where competitive football was absent and we took it upon ourselves to revamp the competitive spirit by starting our own small goal tournament starting with eight teams and a little cash prize. Fast forward three years later, we have Lets Bet Sports on board as our main sponsor which is testament to the growth of this event,” he said. The other group stage playing dates are February 5th and 12th, with the semi-final and final penciled in for February 15th and 22nd respectively.Complete FixturesOne N Move vs Dream Chasers Money Hunters vs UpsettersFrontside vs Young StarsChurch Boys vs Old BoysBallers Empire vs Future Stars Nelson Street vs Big BallersTouches vs Xtra Mature2020 Winners vs 6Boss Lack Ah Scene vs Wild OnesHill Side vs Familylast_img read more

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