Injury concerns over Bonner Maher

first_imgMichael Ryan may have to plan without Patrick Bonner Maher for the Tipperary Senior Hurlers opening championship game in a fortnight’s time.It’s understood he picked up a hamstring injury in his club’s Lorrha -Dorrha championship loss to Templederry Keynon at the weekend.The extent of the injury isn’t yet known or whether it could affect his chances of being included in team against Cork.last_img

Zeal Group places ‘Internationalisation strategy’ first for future growth

first_img Zeal co-founder Marc Peters backs Lotto24 takeover as ‘best business strategy’ January 15, 2019 Submit Share Related Articles bet-at-home maintains 2020 outlook despite dire opening  May 4, 2020 Frankfurt-listed European lottery operator Zeal Group has stated that it is confident in its international projects and investments having concluded a busy H1 2017 periodLast week the digital lottery operator detailed ‘solid’ H1 2017 results, with the company reporting group revenues of €64 million combined with an operating EBIT of €7.9 million.Updating investors and stakeholders, Zeal governance stated that its ‘internationalisation strategy’ remained the firm’s key initiative as Zeal looks to expand within new European markets increasing its marketing expenditure.To complement its international ambitions, Zeal carried out its recent acquisition of US social games and competitions start-up Omaze for a reported €2 million in May.Moving forward the company details that its new market entry will be aided by an expanded lottery games portfolio, having released new games “Danke Million” and “Cash4Life”, during the H1  period.Dr Helmut Becker, Chief Executive Officer of Zeal Group commented on H1 2017 performance“In the first half of the year, we made good progress and stayed fully in line with our internationalisation strategy. Later this year, we expect to receive a licence to operate in the Czech Republic. Our innovative lottery products and long-standing experience help us to make successful new market entries. At the same time, we further push the expansion of our B2C product portfolio and make strategic investments, including our stake in Omaze.”The Frankfurt-listed company remains confident of hitting its full-year 2017 revised forecasts, targeting group revenues of + €130 million combined with an EBITDA range of €15-25 million. Swiss drama sees bet-at-home ‘peak performance’ unlikely to be matched in 2019 March 4, 2019 StumbleUpon Sharelast_img read more

Fighting spirit wins for England

first_img Fighting spirit won through to give England a narrow 4-3 victory over France in an U21 women’s match at St Cloud today. Lancashire’s Sophie Lamb – playing in the last game – secured the victory with an impressive comeback. The 17-year-old had been one down with three to play but snatched her point with a birdie on the last hole. Inci Mehmet and Alice Hewson led the way with wins at the top of the order, but then the French edged ahead by winning the next three games. Gemma Clews stopped their run when she won her match on the last green and shortly afterwards Lamb (image © Leaderboard Photography) sealed the result.   The match was a warm-up for the French U21 ladies’ championship which starts at St Cloud tomorrow and the players earned the praise of England women’s coach Steve Robinson. “I was very pleased with the way we holed out and the fighting spirit that each of the players showed, taking matches down to the last couple of holes,” he said. “This is a great result against a strong country – France are the reigning European champions – but the players are putting it behind them to focus on the start of the tournament tomorrow. This is a great springboard for the rest of the week.” Cornwall’s Sammie Giles had to withdraw from the match, having been ruled out of the championship because of injury. Her place was taken by Hampshire’s Emma Allen. Results Inci Mehmet (Royal Mid-Surrey) beat Marion Veysseyre 3/2 Alice Hewson (Berkhamsted) beat Anyssia Herbaut  2/1 India Clyburn (Woodhall Spa) lost to Eva Gilly 2/1 Emma Allen (Meon Valley) lost to Lauralie Migneaux 2 down Bethan Popel (Long Ashton) lost to Elisabeth Codet 3/2 Gemma Clews (Delamere Forest) beat Chloe Salort 1 up Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe) beat Mathilde Claisee & Pauline Roussin Bouchard (playing foursomes) 1 up 1 Apr 2015 Fighting spirit wins for England last_img read more

‘Stone Cold Singh’ – John Cena’s nickname for Ranveer Singh

first_imgImage Courtesy: PTI/WWEAdvertisement 7lm0NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6iiWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ec0( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 88Would you ever consider trying this?😱1jrjCan your students do this? 🌚3Roller skating! Powered by Firework The netizens of the country may not have seen the interaction between a WWE superstar and Bollywood icon too often, but in the ongoing lock down amidst the novel Coronavirus pandemic, John Cena and Ranveer Singh has been together for a funny banter, and the Indian actor has earned the nickname of ‘Stone Cold Singh’ from the professional wrestler!Advertisement Image Courtesy: PTI/WWEIt all started with a social media post Ranveer Singh made a couple of months ago. Donning dreadlocks, a full beard and eye shadow, Singh shared a photo on hos official Instagram, which was similar to his  Alauddin Khilji look from the 2018 movie Padmavaat.“Me coming out of quarantine” Singh added a hilarious caption with the photo. Check it out below-Advertisement In addition to his fanbase, Ranveer’s post also caught the attention of John Cena, who edited the photo a little, adding in the fists and the signature skull ring of his fellow WWE icon Stone Cold Steve Austin from one of his most famous photos.Cena added the text ‘Sone Cold Singh’ in the picture. Check it out below-The 16 times world champions has a huge fan base in India, who were in fits seeing the post. Other than the photo going viral among both the Bollywood and WWE loving netizens, Ranveer Singh himself appeared in the comments.“Hahahahahaha 🔝 😂🙏🏽” the 34 year old actor commented.Image Courtesy: InstagramBelow here is the photo of Steve Austin that was used by Cena to create the funny picture.Image Courtesy: GettyHowever, its not the first time Cena has used Steve Austin for some of the funny memes he has been creating and sharing during the lock down. From ‘Stone Cold Social Distancing’ to ‘Stone Cold Sweethearts’, the WWE champion’s Instagram is filled with such hilarious posts, and some of them even featured other renowned WWE stars like The Rock, Edge and CM Punk. Here are some below- If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Find out the only Indian who makes it into Forbes top 100 highest paid athletes! Advertisementlast_img read more