Map of Zimbabwe Map of ZimbabweZimbabwe is set to resume domestic flights from Thursday and international flights next month in a boost to tourism, however, travelers will be required to have COVID-19 clearance certificates, the government said.According to a statement released by the government, domestic flights would resume on Sept. 10, while international flights would start on Oct. 1.The Southern African nation suspended flights and shut its borders in March as it sought to curb the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected 7,388 people and resulted in 218 deaths.Related Direct flights between Kenya and Somalia resume Direct flights between Kenya and Somalia resume Zimbabwe to host inaugural China-Africa Tourism Conference
Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. Related Topics Francisco Lindor has had some very interesting hairstyles over the last few months. After dying his hair platinum to honor his dad right before Spring Training, Lindor once again dyed his hair back to his natural blonde locks. But just through a few months of having his hair back to normal, Lindor has switched it up again.This time though, there’ll be no need for shampoo or hair products.Lindor had a bet with his high school’s baseball team where he laid down a challenge to the team. If the squad went undefeated, the Tribe’s shortstop would commit to shaving his head. It’s tough to go undefeated in any level of baseball, so he had to feel good about his bet.Wrong.The team rattled off 25 victories while never succumbing to defeat. As a result, Frankie’s hair is no more.When you loose a bet to your high school team and you gotta shave #25-0 #ShaveMyHead pic.twitter.com/WeCf8wi3z5— Francisco Lindor (@Lindor12BC) May 11, 2018Not a bad look, Frankie.Cleveland Indians SS Francisco Lindor loses bet (and his hair) with high school alma mater https://t.co/Qyx6GYwQz1 pic.twitter.com/L3HC4Pp1wY— WKYC Channel 3 News (@wkyc) May 11, 2018 Eli Mooneyham
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 KYOTO – Former world champion Daisuke Takahashi on Sunday gave an update on the progress of his right knee, from which he had a bolt removed recently that was inserted three years ago when he underwent surgery for ligaments he tore in October 2008.If all goes to schedule, Takahashi could resume full-scale training on ice at the end of June. Takahashi had the bolt removed on May 19 and left the hospital on Friday. Currently, he is undergoing rehab every two days.“It is thinner around my knee, but I feel better now that there is nothing inside my body. I might be imagining it, but it feels lighter,” said Takahashi, who was attending a seminar in Kyoto.
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly introduced an ordinance at their meeting on Tuesday asking to appropriate $450,000 to cover repair and inspection costs following the 7.0 earthquake on November 30. A public hearing will be held on the ordinance at the next borough assembly meeting on January 22. The ordinance appropriates funds in the amount of $450,000 to enable the borough to continue repairs and assessments associated with the disaster. The borough is currently and will continue working with the State of Alaska and federal government to request reimbursement for this disaster. Assemblywoman Kelly Cooper: “We have had some damage and our continuing to do repairs, but we need to have that declaration on record so we can get funds for that and when they do arrive to protect our general fund.” Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce issued a local emergency declaration for the entire Kenai Peninsula Borough on December 4, 2018, subsequently extended to June 7, 2019 by the assembly. Mayor Pierce: “The borough is working the state in order to coordinate additional funds that may become available, and this documentation is important.”
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Nigel Johnson scored a career-high 20 points, Nino Williams hit a clinching jumper in the final minute and Kansas State rallied to beat eighth-ranked Kansas 70-63 on Monday night.Williams finished with 15 points in his final regular-season game against the Jayhawks, and Thomas Gipson added 12 points as the Wildcats (14-15, 7-9 Big 12) overcame an eight-point, second-half deficit to beat their bitter rival for only the fifth time in the past 54 meetings.The Jayhawks (22-6, 11-4) trudged off the court as students poured from the stands into a mad pile, celebrating the biggest highlight of what has been a dreary season in Manhattan.The Wildcats had lost seven of their last eight games amid suspensions and strife, and it appears a lock that their string of eight straight 20-win seasons will end. But at least for one night, against their biggest foil, they looked like a Top 25 team in their own right.Perry Ellis had 24 points to lead the Jayhawks, whose lead over Iowa State in the league race was whittled to a half-game. Kelly Oubre Jr. also had 14 points.No. 17 LOUISVILLE 52, GEORGIA TECH 51ATLANTA (AP) — Terry Rozier scored 22 points and darted into the lane to hit the go-ahead basket with 20 seconds remaining, helping Louisville rally from a 13-point deficit with under 10 minutes remaining to beat Georgia Tech.In the frantic final seconds, Marcus Georges-Hunt tied it at 48 for the Yellow Jackets with a drive to the hoop, but Louisville (22-6, 10-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) took off the other way for Rozier’s basket just seconds later.Georgia Tech (12-16, 3-13) turned it over and had another attempt at a tying basket blocked. Wayne Blackshear hit two free throws with 4.8 seconds left to clinch the victory, offsetting a desperation 3-pointer by the home team just before the buzzer.
Airline’s Christian Walden won the 160-pound class. Last year, the Parkway Panthers finished sixth in Division II in the Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA State Wrestling Tournament.Parkway coach Emmett Beggs believes his team has a shot to do a lot better this year and even make a run at the title.“We have a shot this year because this is the deepest team we have had since we won it last back in 2006,” Beggs said in an e-mail message.“We have individual state champions every year but that’s not what wins team titles. It’s the other guys doing their part placing third through sixth. We feel we have those guys the next few years. It would mean a lot to South Bossier and North Louisiana wrestling to bring the DII title back to its home and to do it in Bossier would make it extra special.” The 2017 state tournament gets underway Friday and concludes Saturday. It will be held at the CenturyLink Center for the second straight year.Friday’s opening session starts at 9 a.m. The second session begins at 4 p.m.Saturday’s first session starts at 8 a.m. The final session of the tournament, which includes championship matches, will start at 6:30 p.m.The defending champions are New Orleans Brother Martin (Division I), Lafayette Teurlings Catholic (Division II) and New Orleans De La Salle (Division III).Parkway has nine wrestlers who have won 30 or more matches this season — Trevor Tamburo, Joshua Keeler, Darryl Nicholas Jr., Ryan Huckaby, Trey Fontenot, Toby Fontenot, Matthew Pitts, Dalton Driggers, Zachary Harper, Kaleb Garcia and Carson Sanders. Tamburo finished third in the 120-pound division last year. He has moved up to the 132-pound class and is the top seed. Pitts is the No. 1 seed at 138. Huckaby (152) and Driggers (160) are seeded second in their respective weight classes. Harper is No. 3 at 113 and Trey Fontenot No. 4 at 126.The tournament will mark the swan song for Airline senior Christian Walden, who goes into the event with a 45-0 record.Walden won the 160-pound title last season and is looking for his third straight state championship. He is the top seed.Walden is one of five Airline wrestlers who have won 40 or more matches. The others are Dakota Brace, Joshua Partin, Darrell Evans and Matt Salinas.Salinas is the No. 2 seed at 195 pounds. Brace (106), Evans (182), Partin (138) and Thomas Barringer (126) are seeded fourth in their respective divisions. Airline finished seventh in a tough Division I last season. Division I has traditionally been dominated by New Orleans private schools.Holy Cross and Jesuit finished 2-3 behind Brother Martin last year.The Vikings added the Bossier Parish Championships title on Friday to their District 1-5A and regional titles.Haughton’s DJ Monroe and Johnny VanVeckhoven posted runner-up finishes in Division II last year and should contend again this year. Monroe is the No. 2 seed at 195.Benton’s Jordan Myles, third last year at Division II 170, is also a threat to win. The undefeated Myles is the No. 2 seed at 170.— Russell Hedges, email@example.comTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Rugby League BY KEVIN TEME Proper incentives for athletes in any sports can lift their performance, says Minister for Commerce and Industry Wera Mori (pictured). Whether it is an individual or team sport, incentives have become one of the major catalysts of lifting players’ performances in the modern era. While proper discipline, training and preparations are just as vital for athletes or teams, incentives play a major role,” he said. Mori said this during the Digicel Cup preliminary finals between Lae Snax Tigers and Bintangor Goroka Lahanis at the Oil Search National Football Stadium on Sunday. Mori, who is also the Chuave MP and a strong rugby league supporter, said proper incentives also played a big part in the Lahanis’ victory. “For Lahanis, we are complete footballers and we play our game to the last minute. As you can see the way the boys came back, it is the stamina and it’s an indication of the amount of effort and quality of time that the coaching staff put into to mould the Lahanis,” he said. Mendi Muruks is another franchise club facing similar setbacks with players not being paid their fortnight salaries and match payments, among others. Former Muruks coach Jack Kereme said: “Most of these players have families to look after and if you put in proper incentives for them, they will perform to the best of their ability as they are playing for something. “At the end of the day, you got to look after your players and they will perform.” Mori said he had to provide incentives for the Lahanis and it showed in their strong performance on the day. “These were new players and we had to provide incentives in this game now. What will happen is that for every tackle I am putting K50 and the Lahanis boys have to win to take that so its a win to win it or lose to lose it,” Mori said. Mori said it was quite a task but it worked out for the team. Asked if he would consider taking more supporters to Lae for the game against the Gurias, Mori said: “I think we should win the game against Gurias and besides, I am sure Lae can be reached as it’s along the Highlands Highway. You could see the entire Eastern Highlands Province there.”
… but good news in the coming days, says CPLTHE Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) announced fixtures yesterday with one notable absentee from the host venues – the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.The biggest party in sport as it is dubbed by the marketing committee is set to begin on Wednesday August 8 in Trinidad and Tobago and while all the other venues have match days, Guyana is not listed.among themThere are seven fixtures with venues to be announced, five of which include the Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW).The first is GAW versus St Kitts and Nevis Patriots on August 9 with another, two days later, when GAW take on St Lucia Stars as well as one on August 12 where GAW play Barbados Tridents.Just under a month later on September 8 and 9, GAW play the Jamaica Tallawahs and then Trinbago Knight Riders meet at unnamed venues.The two play-off matches are also set for venues to be confirmed on September 11 and 12.The other regular host countries already have their fixture dates and locations with Jamaica set to host two matches on August 14 & 15.Trinidad and Tobago has three matches between August 8 and 11 and two matches on September 5 and 6 as well as the semifinal and final on September 14 and 16 while Barbados has four matches between August 25 and September 2.The United States has three matches between August 18 and 22 while St Lucia hosts five matches between August 16 and 25 while St Kitts has five matches between August 28 and September 4.Head of PR and Communications for the CPL, Peter Miller, confirmed the fixtures but stated that there is nothing to be worried about.He said, “We are just waiting for all the boxes to be ticked as far as location is concerned, so as things stand at the moment, it is still to be determined as far as venue is concerned, but there should be good news in the next couple of days.”“I’m sure it will be the good news that you would expect to hear,” he continued.Meanwhile, in a release, CPL’s Chief Operations Officer, Pete Russell, said: “Moving the tournament between seven nation states always represents a huge logistical challenge and I would like to thank our operations team for pulling it all together for another year.”
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Embed from Getty Images Shamrock Rovers have signed Sean Kavanagh from Fulham.The 24-year-old Dubliner returns to his home city, having made 27 first-team appearances during his time at Fulham.He joined the club in 2011 and made his senior debut in a home match against Wolves in August 2014.Kavanagh scored once for the Whites – the winner in a victory at home to Norwich City. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook