PCC President’s Forum Coming Monday

first_img Make a comment Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Business News Education PCC President’s Forum Coming Monday From STAFF REPORTS Published on Thursday, October 15, 2015 | 3:53 pm EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. 0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Subscribe faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,PCC – EducationVirtual Schools PasadenaDarrell Done EducationHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimescenter_img Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Top of the News Herbeauty6 Trends To Look Like A Bombshell And 6 To Forget AboutHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty18 Ways To Get Rid Of HiccupsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThis Trend Looks Kind Of Cool!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyShort On Time? 10-Minute Workouts Are Just What You NeedHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty11 Signs Your Perfectionism Has Gotten Out Of ControlHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyCouples Who Stuck With Each Other Despite The Cheating ScandalHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuff Photo courtesy PCC PulsePasadena City College Superintendent-President Rajen Vurdien is hosting his next President’s Forum on Monday, October 19th, at the PCC’s Creveling Lounge.The event is an opportunity for Pasadena area residents, especially PCC students and parents, to ask questions of and dialogue with the college president on issues that concern the city college. Staff and faculty will also be attending.The forum is held every third Monday of the month in the Creveling Lounge, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.PCC will provide reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. If you desire an accommodation related to your disability, please email Human Resources at [email protected] or call (626) 585-7388. Request should include a general description of your functional limitation and the type of accommodation you are requesting. Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadenalast_img read more

Trail Mix – December 2016

first_img 3:53 The Day We Lost The War Zach Schmidt Back in 2007 – hard to believe it has been nearly ten years – I reviewed Made In The Shade, the first release from The Red Stick Ramblers on the legendary Sugar Hill label. What made the review so fun for me was the true telling of a story about my oldest son absolutely unable to refrain from laughing as I sang along to the Ramblers’ Cajun (and French!) inflected tunes.Sadly, the Ramblers aren’t touring or recording anymore, but from the ashes of that favorite Cajun band has risen The Revelers. Formed by founding members of both The Red Stick Ramblers and The Pine Leaf Boys, two of the most popular Cajun bands of the last fifteen years, The Revelers continue the tradition of zydeco country masters of years past.“Lonely Women,” featured on this month’s Trail Mix, is swamp pop at its finest and, thankfully, sung in plain old English, so I can sing along.From time to time, Trail Mix isn’t afraid to go old school.  Really old school.  Featured this month are tracks from two new compilations from our good friends at Omnivore Recordings. Both Tim Buckley and Buck Owens have definitive collections of their released singles – all of Buckley’s from 1966 to 1974 and Owens’ work from 1957 to 1966 – out now. Fans of old folk and country would be wise to take notice.Returning to the mix this month is pianist Holly Bowling, one of the more interesting artists I have had the pleasure to profile in recent years. In October of last year, I got to chat with Holly about her passion for Phish and the record she had just released that featured her interpretations of the jam band’s songs on solo piano. Bowling is back this month with a similar project. This time, however, she takes on the Grateful Dead. Take a listen to “Row Jimmy” like you have never heard it before.And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that this month the mix features a track from one of my favorite bluegrass bands, Balsam Range, whose tight harmonies and firery pickin’ have pushed them to the forefront of the traditional bluegrass world. Check out “Voodoo Doll,” from their most recent release, Mountain Voodoo.Also listen to new cuts from The Gift, Will Johnson, Hugh Prestwood, A Valley Son, Ian Fitzgerald, Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem, Jordan Burchel, Quarter Horse, Josh Swenson, After Marianne, Zach Schmidt, Katie McNally Trio, and Bravo, Max.Keep your eyes on the Trail Mix blog. Chats with Matthew Olwell, Spitzer Space Telescope. and Daniel Koulack are on tap, as is a revealing (and amusing) expose on some of our favorite artists’ most cherished holiday traditions.And, of course, tis the season for musical gifts. Head out to your local record store or get online – anywhere that sells music is just fine! – and buy a couple records from the great artists featured on this month’s Trail Mix. Spread some holiday cheer through music and, in the meantime, support these great musicians who share their music via Trail Mix.Happy holidays to all! 3:57 Why They Call You Blue Jordan Burchel Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. 3:48 Audio PlayerBuck Owens And The BuckaroosAct NaturallyUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 2:24 4:02 Forget The Address Ian Fitzgerald 4:47 Minnesota Pines Josh Swensen 3:45 2:24 The Glenn Gould Piece Daniel Koulack Lonely Women The Revelers Eliza Quarter Horse 5:12 4:11 3:26 3:36 Corn Holler Spitzer Space Telescope 4:29 Charlie Hugh Prestwood 4:10 Lights In The Sky A Valley Son 2:57 Once I Was Tim Buckley Two Sisters Matthew Olwell 4:20 5:21 4:02 3:59 7:17 The Martlet-Father John Angus Rankin Katie McNally Trio Love Without Violins The Gift The Martlet-Father John Angus Rankin Katie McNally Trio 5:21 Act Naturally Buck Owens And The Buckaroos Row Jimmy Holly Bowling Voodoo Doll Balsam Range Why They Call You Blue Jordan Burchel Embed 3:26 Take Care After Marianne Bullfighter Blues Bravo, Max!last_img read more

Atmos Consulting Joins Seagreen Roster

first_imgSeagreen is one of the projects that won Contracts for Difference (CfD) in the UK’s third allocation round in September 2019. Speaking about the appointment Atmos MD, Jean Curran, said: “Atmos Consulting is delighted to be working with Seagreen on this vitally important project in our energy infrastructure. At a time when climate change has never been so much in the spotlight, and with Scotland setting ambitious targets to meet, the role of the environmental consultant is key in supporting sustainable development.” Seagreen Phase 1 within the zone secured a 15-year contract for 454MW at a strike price of GBP 41.61/MWh in auction delivery year 2024/25. Scheduled to be operational in 2024, Seagreen Alpha and Bravo will form the largest wind farm in Scotland. Situated over 27 kilometres off the Angus coast, the Seagreen project comprises the Seagreen Alpha and Bravo offshore wind farms. center_img Seagreen Wind Energy Limited has commissioned Atmos Consulting to act as onshore Ecological Clerk of Works (ECoW) on the 1,075MW Seagreen wind farm off Scotland. Seagreen offshore wind farm is wholly owned by SSE Renewables. The wind farms will feature up to 114 MHI Vestas wind turbines. Under the contract, Atmos Consulting will monitor contractor compliance with environmental safeguards on the offshore wind farm.last_img read more

Nasarawa Dig Deep to Win NWPL Super4 2016/17

first_imgThe final of the 2016/17 Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) Super4 came to an exciting end as Nasarawa Amazons who last won the trophy in 2014 defeated Delta Queens by a lone goal to lift the trophy for the second time. The team from Lafia who were considered outsiders in a competition dominated by teams from the South-South region of the country can pat themselves on the back for a good display.The final kicked off to an exciting start with both teams showing attacking flair and looking to go ahead early on in the game. But no goal was recorded all thanks to outstanding saves from the goalkeepers of both teams. The tie was keenly contested and if the first half had ended as a barren draw, football fans at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium would have enjoyed the most exciting barren first half of the competition so far.The Lafia ladies though had other plans and got the decisive goal of the game in the 41st minute through Amarachi Okoronkwo. The defence of Delta Queens was caught napping as the cross in and goalkeeper Akarekor was culpable as she was beaten at her near post from Okoronkwo’s glancing header. The goal was a typical definition of Nasarawa Amazons team display throughout the competition. The half ended on a high for the Lafia ladies as they bosses possession and saw out the half to take their lead into the dressing room.In the second half the Lafia ladies had chances to put the game to rest but were uncharacteristically wasteful in front of goal.The Kwale ladies who had so far been found wanting began to get back their groove and started creating chances in the hope of getting the equaliser but couldn’t find a way through the resolute defending of Nasarawa Amazons. On the few occasions they did, goalkeeper Chioma Nwankwo refused to be beaten and got injured in the 64th minute while making a save and after receiving a lengthy treatment to a sprained wrist had to be replaced by Uchenna Chukwu.At this point the Nasawara bench felt it best to hold on and preserve their lead and made changes in this regard. For Delta Queens it was a case of giving all they had left in order to get back into the game and made attacking changes to help their course but the Lafia ladies held on and repelled all the attacks thrown at them to make sure they won the title for the first time since 2014.Relatedlast_img read more

Hilton Cape Town makes it three

first_imgHilton Worldwide’s other hotels in South Africa are the Hilton Sandton in Johannesburg and the Hilton Durban. Hilton Hotels & Resorts has opened its first property in Cape Town, the 137-room Hilton Cape Town City Centre in the heart of the city’s central business district. The hotel is Hilton’s third in South Africa. SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material “Cape Town is renowned for its natural beauty and metropolitan lifestyle and offers travellers a truly South African experience. We are excited to bring authentic Hilton hospitality to this great destination.” This included training the team in Hilton brand service standards, technology platforms and operations. Further changes to enhance food and beverage outlets and the lobby are underway and will be available for guests to enjoy soon. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool deck with swimming pool and bar, fitness centre, sauna and steam room and make use of the valet parking, and babysitting services. Four-month transformation Nestled on the border of the Bo-Kaap and at the foot of Table Mountain, the hotel has 102 guest rooms, 20 executive rooms, seven one-bedroom suites and eight two-bedroom suites with spectacular views of the city. The hotel also offers two restaurants, a boutique chocolatier, business centre, executive boardroom and eight meeting rooms. All meeting rooms are equipped with plasma televisions, audio-visual equipment, complimentary Wi-Fi and high speed broadband. 27 May 2011 “Cape Town is a destination our guests have been asking for, so this hotel is very significant for us,” said Hilton Worldwide president for Middle East and Africa, Rudi Jagersbacher. “With Hilton Cape Town City Centre, we now have presence across three major cities in South Africa, giving us a comprehensive offering from which we will be able to develop further.” Asked for destination Hilton Hotels & Resorts is the flagship brand of leading global hospitality company Hilton Worldwide. Located in the heart of the central business district on the corner of Wale and Buitengracht Street, the 137-room Hilton Cape Town City Centre converted to the Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand following a four-month transformation process. “Growing our footprint in South Africa is of strategic importance to us, and we are delighted to add Hilton Cape Town City Centre to our Africa portfolio,” Hilton Hotels & Resorts global head Dave Horton said in a statement this month.last_img read more

ECM and Standards

first_imgAIIM did a recent survey to try to determine end-user opinions about standards and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Systems.  Their survey was sent to 1200 end-users of content and document management systems in nine different countries.  The top three benefits of standards and ECM cited by users include:Unifies Business Practices (42%)Leverages our IT skill set (38%)Decreases total cost of ownership (37%)Some standards that AIIM mentions in the survey that they feel are relevant to ECM include XML, .NET, SOAP, UDDI, ebXML, and CORBA.While standards like SOAP are important to any IT initiative today, two initiatives that are very important to ECM and interoperability of ECM systems are AIIM’s iECM (Interoperable Enterprise Content Management) and JCR (Java Content Repository).  The JCR has been specified within the JSR-170 and on-going JSR-283 initiatives.  AIIM provides a very good blog that discusses some of the differences between the two iECM and JCR.One major difference between iECM and JCR is that iECM is language agnostic while the JCR is language-specific for Java.  The first planned protocol binding for iECM is Web Services based.  iECM is designed to work well in Services Oriented Architecture, while JCR is not.  This deficiency is one reason that JCR is being addressed and reworked as part of JSR-283.The services approach of layering a Web Services interface on top of an content management system that can be implemented using any language or architecture style is an approach that is much friendlier to existing content systems than that of JCR. iECM is a developing ECM standard that deserves more detailed consideration as an approach for providing ECM interoperability via a common interface.  It has yet to develop much momentum, but it appears to be in good position to gain popularity.last_img read more

Eonite VR tracking software ensures you don’t lose your virtual head

first_imgFollow the Puck Computer vision firm Eonite has launched new software to track users’ position in virtual reality (VR) with high levels of accuracy and low latency.The Silicon Valley startup announced the release of its Eonite Vantage Head Tracker software this week.The technology allows for the positional tracking in such cyber environments as VR, augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR). Its software aims for high accuracy, low latency tracking of such devices as robots, drones, and both tethered and untethered headsets.See also: Designing VR for Singapore’s smart cityEonite’s software provides 6 degrees of freedom capability while competing strongly in such areas as power efficiency, accuracy, latency, robustness and price.“Eonite Vantage Head Tracker is a fundamental requirement in the tech stack, and will be an industry-defining solution for VR/AR headsets to accurately operate in the real world,” said Eonite CEO Youssri Helmy. “With Eonite inside, virtual reality can become more affordable, easier to setup, and more immersive for users.”Some other features of the software include real-time obstacle detection, mapping through multiple furnished rooms, and capability to function in a variety of indoor lighting conditions.Built on years of researchThough Eonite was founded in 2015, its technology is built on years of artificial perception research by company founders Peter Varvak and Anna Petrovskaya.“When I began working on computer perception in 2004 with Peter, we recognized it would impact a wide range of artificial intelligence industries and enable tremendous growth in consumer experiences,” Petrovskaya said.She sees the advances in spatial interfaces like VR, MR and AR as enabling a fourth wave of computing to take hold.“Computers perceiving the real world like the human eye – that’s what it takes for these experiences to feel ‘real’ enough for common usage, and that’s the impact we’re enabling at Eonite,”she said.The Palo Alto, Calif.-based startup has raised $5.25 million in seed funding from various sources including Presence Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Signia Venture Partners, Rising Tide, The VR Fund and CLI Ventures. Donal Power Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Related Posts center_img Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to… Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Tags:#AR#Augmented Reality#Eonite#IoT#MR#virtual reality#VR last_img read more

Ratliffe says Fajardo ‘best Asian player’ he’s ever faced

first_imgLacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide LATEST STORIES Pocari’s warm environment key to Rivers’ easy adjustment Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken View comments What ‘missteps’? WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage PBA IMAGESJune Mar Fajardo is a man of many achievements having amassed three MVPs, five Best Player of the Conference trophies and countless other accolades.On Friday, the jovial giant may have gotten one more, though this time it didn’t come with a piece of hardware.ADVERTISEMENT Ratliffe has plied his trade in Korean Basketball League and also played in the Jones Cup.In their Game 4 matchup, it was evident that Ratliffe had his trouble against Fajardo.Sure he did score 36 points against Fajardo’s 22, but he missed 10 of his 24 shots and labored in the post against the PBA’s best big man.“It’s mutual respect, I think he respects me and I respect him,” said Ratliffe. “I’ve seen him off the court a couple of times and it’s nothing but friendly conversations.”Ratliffe first played for Star in 2016 and he returned in 2017 for the Commissioner’s Cup, and one of the first players to welcome him back was Fajardo.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img And the former University of Missouri Tiger said he wants to come back to the PBA in 2018 to continue his friendly rivalry with Fajardo.“I’m looking forward to playing against him, he’s a great talent, huge individual, and he’s very mobile for his size,” said Ratliffe. “That’s what I respect about him, he’s not just a big lazy guy… I think he’s like an import, I think he’s better than most imports that come here.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH Fajardo has earned the admiration and respect of Star’s bruising import Ricardo Ratliffe, who described him as the “best Asian basketball player” he’s ever faced.Ratliffe would, as if on cue, always bump his fists with Fajardo every time the San Miguel center steps on the court.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“I just got a lot of respect for him, I said earlier that he’s the best Asian I’ve ever played against,” said Ratliffe after his Hotshots lost to Fajardo’s Beermen, 109-102, in the semifinals of the PBA Commissioner’s Cup.“I played with some of the best players in the world in different countries so he’s definitely the best player I’ve ever faced against in Asia.” 1 dead in Cavite blast, firelast_img read more

Talking Touch – May

first_img29 May 2013 – Prime7 News Country touch titles in Dubbo (video) Hervey Bay has taken a pragmatic view to its loss to Bundaberg in its annual touch football tournament on Sunday, stressing there are much bigger fish to fry. http://www.frasercoastchronicle.com.au/news/players-show-touch-of-class-at-carnival/1875017/Girls help Wide Bay snare Final at State Championships23 May 2013 – Fraser Coast ChronicleWide Bay failed to win a game during the pool stages, but came to life during the finals series to take out the girls’ plate final and finish seventh in the Queensland School Sport 18 Years Touch Football State Championships in Cairns. http://www.frasercoastchronicle.com.au/news/girls-snare-final/1878835/Touch Football24 May 2013 – Central Western DailyTwo Orange Touch Footballers have been identified as players with the potential to wear national colours.Ryan Griffin and Alex Kennedy have been invited to be part of the Touch Football Australia (TFA) AusSquad Program.This is a new TFA program designed to give youth players an opportunity to develop their skills and hopefully gain further representative honours.The Orange teenagers were caught off guard when they received notification of their selection last week.”I couldn’t believe it,” Griffin said.”I was really shocked,” Kennedy added.Twenty-five boys and 25 girls from NSW in the each of the under 14s, under 16s and under 18s age groups have been invited to be part of the AusSquad Program.Griffin, 16, and Kennedy, 15, were selected on their performances at last month’s NSW Touch Junior Regional Championships, where they represented the Hunter Western Hornets.Griffin was named in the Boys’ 16s Merit Squad while Kennedy helped her 16s girls’ side to second place at the championships.Griffin and Kennedy will attend the AusSquad camp from June 28 to 30 at Wollongong.The three-day camp will include practical and theory sessions, as well as team activities.”I think it will be a really good experience. It gives you more to your name,” Kennedy said.”It will be interesting to see what they have on offer,” Griffin added.They also have other sporting commitments with Griffin, an Orange CYMS player, last weekend named in the Western Rams under 16s side.Kennedy is in the Orange Netball Association’s under 17s team to compete at the state championships.Touch Footy Brief Rising talent Justin Cridland was selected in the Queensland team following his strong performance on the field at the Queensland Secondary School Touch Football Championships. Gladstone player makes Queensland team for Touch Football 29 May 2013 – Noosa News http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/1524992/states-best-converge-on-dubbo-for-championships/?cs=113 http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/1530511/touch-titles-out-of-reach/?cs=113 May 28 2013 – Inverell Times Dubbo’s 22-year reign as the hub of country touch football will end next year when the annual country championships are held in Wollongong. Local sides missed out on title honours at the annual Touch Footy Country Championships in Dubbo. May 28 2013 – Daily Liberal Touch Titles Out of Reach A large number of Inverell High School students were recently selected to represent the North West Region in Touch. There was plenty of media coverage on Touch Football in the month of May, with several features about up-and-coming junior talent, local competitions taking place across the country as well as the New South Wales Country Championships.  To view the stories, please click on the links below.Anderson Shines For Young1 May 2013 – Young WitnessYoung High School student Nathan Anderson has returned home from the NSW Touch Association’s Regional Carnival following his selection on the Southern Suns touch football side. http://www.youngwitness.com.au/story/1470275/anderson-shines-for-young/Touch Football17 May 2013 – Fraser Coast ChronicleWith the Junior State Cup less than two months away, Hervey Bay’s junior representative teams will get an opportunity to polish up on their skills when they take on Bundaberg at the Tavistockst fields in Torquay on Sunday.It’s the second time the two associations have gone head-to-head in a one-day carnival as preparation for the highly competitive State Cup.This year’s Junior State Cup will be held in Hervey Bay from July 5-7.Players Show Touch Of Class At Carnival http://www.gladstoneobserver.com.au/news/its-a-touch-of-genius/1885566/ Good Shepherd students qualify for Sunshine Coast Under 12’s Touch Football Teams 30 May 2013 – Gladstone Observer 21 May 2013 – Fraser Coast Chronicle Jaidyn Jayaraj and Amy Brice, both Year 6 students at Good Shepherd Lutheran College Noosaville, have qualified for the Sunshine Coast Under 12 Boys and Girls Touch Football Teams. http://www.inverelltimes.com.au/story/1531708/inverell-high-school-produces-a-number-of-touch-football-reps/?cs=1271 This year will see the open Men’s, open Women’s, Mixed opens, Men’s over-35s and Women’s over-40s compete against a number of regional touch associations from across New South Wales. http://www.noosanews.com.au/news/good-shepherd-students-qualify-for-sunshine-coast-/1886392/ May 25 2013 – Daily Liberal Inverell High School produces a number of touch football reps. 24 May 2013 – Central Western DailyOrange will field three sides in this weekend’s NSW Country Championships in Dubbo.The City of Orange Touch Association has entered sides in the mixed open, men’s seniors and women’s opens divisions.Orange’s mixed open side is expected to be competitive.A women’s 30s team has been entered in the women’s open division, which will also include open and 20s sides.Orange has a 35s team entered in the men’s seniors competition and will have them go up against 40s sides as well.The championships will be played on Saturday and Sunday in Dubbo.State’s best converge on Dubbo for championships http://au.prime7.yahoo.com/n3/news/a/-/local/17379149/country-touch-titles-in-dubbo-video/Hawks soar in grand final30 May 2013 –  Fraser Coast ChronicleAfter a long season, Hervey Bay’s best mixed touch teams battled it out for grand final glory.Five teams were crowned champions after an entertaining night of touch action, with the Hawks beating a determined Bright Sparks team 8-6 in the A pool decider.In the night’s tightest encounter, IGA clinched the B pool title after defeating the Bandits in extra time.The Unreliables capped a strong campaign by triumphing over the Ultras 5-2 in the C1.The Edge produced its best performance of the season to take out the C2 title, while Whalesong was consistent as ever, beating one of the mixed competition’s newest teams OZ Auto 9-2 in the C3 final.Hervey Bay Touch Association administrator Lesleigh Schiffke hailed the season as a success with 24 teams participating.She added grand final night produced some matches and some unexpected results.“We had a couple of teams that didn’t think they could win but came together well on the night and delivered at the right time,” she said.“The whole night was played in good spirits and everyone had a good night out.”Next season starts on October 9 with sign-ons to be held on September 16.Related LinksTalking Touch – Maylast_img read more

2019 NRL Touch Premiership Women’s Players of the Matches

first_imgWomen’s Game 14Warriors v Eels, Sunday 30th June, Mt Smart Stadium Women’s Game 9Broncos v Tigers, Sunday 9th June, Suncorp StadiumWomen’s Game 10Cowboys v Titans, Friday 14th June, 1300Smiles Women’s Game 1 Eels v Cowboys, Saturday 6th April, ANZ StadiumWomen’s Game 2 Titans v Broncos, Sunday 21st April, CBUS Stadium Women’s Game 23Broncos v Cowboys, Friday 2nd August, Suncorp Stadium Women’s Game 12Tigers v Titans, Thursday 27th June, Bankwest Stadium Women’s Game 11Eels v Roosters, Saturday 15th June, Bankwest Stadium Women’s Game 15Tigers v Cowboys, Friday 5th July, Bankwest Stadium Here are your Women’s Players of the Matches for the 2019 NRL Touch Premiership Women’s Game 17Broncos v Warriors, Saturday 13th July, Suncorp Stadium Women’s Semi FinalTitans v Broncos, Sunday 11th August, GIO Stadium Women’s Game 4Knights v Eels, Sunday 19th May, Glen Willow Stadium Women’s Game 13Roosters v Broncos, Friday 28th June, Adelaide Oval Women’s Game 24Roosters v Titans, Sunday 4th August, Sydney Cricket Ground Women’s Game 5Warriors v Tigers, Saturday 25th May, Mt. Smart Stadium Women’s Game 6Eels v Tigers, Friday 31st May, Bankwest Stadium Women’s Game 18Roosters v Knights, Sunday 14th July, Central Coast Women’s Game 7Titans v Warriors, Sunday 2nd June, CBUS Stadium Women’s Game 8Cowboys v Knights, Sunday 9th June, Suncorp Stadium Women’s Game 16Knights v Broncos, Saturday 6th July ,McDonald Jones Stadium Women’s Game 22Tigers v Knights, Thursday 1st August, Leichhardt Oval Women’s Game 3Warriors v Roosters, Sunday 5th May, Mt. Smart Stadium Women’s Game 19Cowboys v Roosters, Saturday 20th July, 1300Smiles StadiumWomen’s Game 20Titans v Eels, Sunday 21st July, CBUS Stadium Women’s Game 21Knights v Warriors, Friday 26th July, McDonald Jones Stadiumlast_img read more