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first_imgBrown Batch released Allied Bakeries has revamped its Allinson brand and launched a new Brown Batch loaf, “with the taste of sourdough”, to mark the occasion. The relaunch, which includes a new look and marketing campaign, aims to recapture some of the original heritage and character of the 120-year-old bread brand.Late opening blockedPlans by the owners of Clervaux Café and bakery, in Darlington to open the shop until 11pm every night have been met with objections from local residents, according to The Northern Echo. Seven have written to the local council with worries over noise and safety.Old-style inspirationGraham’s Bakery in Epworth, Doncaster, has started baking cakes using a 1902 recipe book, discovered during a recent renovation. Co-owner Pete Gunson is making one cake a month from The Big Book of Cakes and plans to print recipe cards for customers.Facility upgradeBarry Callebaut is to invest nearly CHF25m (approximately £18.24m), to upgrade and expand its facilities following the divestment of its European consumer business. It is hoped the investment will enable it to further strengthen its footprint in Western Europe. The firm is also upgrading its chocolate factory in Banbury.last_img read more

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Said Husejinović signed for ”CSKA” Sofia

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first_imgOur football player Said Husejinović has signed the contract with  ”CSKA” Sofia. He will be playing for this football team for two and a half years. Husejinović, escorted by his manager,  signed the contract with this football team in Sofia.” I am very pleased that we achieved to get such good player from the team ”Levski”- said Dimitar Borisov, one of the owners of ”CSKA”, after Said’s visit to the capital of Bulgaria.last_img

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Birthday boy Kyle wins the Brabazon Trophy

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first_img South Africa’s Kyle McClatchie gave himself the perfect 20th birthday present when he won the Brabazon Trophy after a closely fought final round at Woodhall Spa Golf Club. He finished on 10-under par, after getting up and down from a bunker to birdie the last hole and hang on to his slender one-shot lead. Chasing him to the finish line were the England pair of Jack Singh Brar and Jake Burnage, together with Scotland’s Jamie Stewart who hurtled up the leaderboard with a closing round of five-under 68. They shared second place on nine-under. McClatchie becomes the first South African to win the English men’s amateur open stroke play title since Charl Schwartzel in 2002. He went on to win The Masters so who knows what lies in store for the new winner? “This is just amazing, I can’t believe it’s actually happened,” said McClatchie, who had put birthday celebrations on the back burner until after the golf. “I’ve been working my whole life for something like this and all the hard work has paid off.” McClatchie, from Serengeti Golf Club, set off on today’s final round on eight-under and tied for the lead with Singh Brar (Remedy Oak, Dorset) and Burnage (Saunton, Devon) – and with a four shot cushion over the rest of the field. Over the opening holes they jostled for the lead and the advantage passed from player to player as they picked up or dropped shots. But McClatchie opened up a two-shot lead with a birdie on the 12th and from then on there was no budging him as he worked his way to a score of two-under 71. Singh Brar reduced the gap to one shot with his own birdie on 12 but, try as he might, he couldn’t hole the necessary putts to move ahead. He needed an eagle on the last to tie but, again, the putt refused to drop and he settled for a closing 72. “I feel robbed of it,” he said afterwards. “I hit some good shots in but I didn’t hole anything. But it’s a good result and I’d have taken it at the start of the week.” Burnage appeared to drop out of contention when he slipped to six-under after 13 holes, but he kept his foot down and was rewarded with three closing birdies to return 72 and join the tie for second place. He was partnered with Singh Brar and said: “We both played all right and we spurred each other along, but we didn’t hole the putts. It’s sore for now but second in the Brabazon isn’t that bad, is it.” Meanwhile, Stewart was charging up the leaderboard. He started the day on four-over and looked to be out of it after two bogeys in the first three holes. But he played the rest of the round in seven under with a particularly impressive birdie on 18. His second shot finished on a downhill bunker slope but he deftly flipped the ball to within 2ft of the hole. He played the last 36 holes in 11-under par and said: “It really kicked off over the last two rounds and I almost got into a tie, but I couldn’t have done any more and, fair play to Kyle, he played great and was a deserving winner.” England A Squad player Matthew Jordan (Royal Liverpool) was fifth on seven-under after a closing 70. English amateur champion Dan Brown (Masham) finished on five-under. Click here for full scores Caption: Top, Kyle McClatchie with the Brabazon Trophy. Below, spectators following the action on the Hotchkin course at Woodhall Spa. (Images © Leaderboard Photography). 28 May 2017 Birthday boy Kyle wins the Brabazon Trophy last_img read more

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Chris Gayle feels after Virat Kohli, KL Rahul will serve Indian cricket for long

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first_imgKL Rahul is a phenomenal talent who has the ability to emulate Virat Kohli’s heady achievements if he remains in his “zone”, feels none other than ‘Universe Boss’ Chris Gayle.Rahul, 27, has overcome probably the toughest phase in his life and career which saw him endure a dismal run on the Test tour of Australia and an interim BCCI suspension for making sexist comments on a TV chat show alongside India teammate Hardik Pandya.Having put that phase behind, Rahul let his bat do the talking and alongside his Kings XI Punjab teammate, Gayle forged one of the most destructive opening combinations in the ongoing IPL.”KL is definitely one of the players that comes to my mind (when you talk about the current India players), I hope he produces the goods like Virat. After Virat, it should be him,” Gayle told PTI in an exclusive interview.However, Gayle’s advise for Rahul would be to not take undue pressure.”But it is not necessary for him to put himself under that kind of pressure, he needs to be himself, stay in his zone and try not to compete with anyone.”You have a lot of talent (in India), I could go on and on and most of them don’t even get the opportunity (to play for the national team),” said the 39-year-old West Indian, who is in top form ahead of his 5th World Cup.Both Rahul and Gayle have been the leading-run getters for Kings XI Punjab this season, having scored close to 450 runs in 11 games to warm up for the World Cup in near perfect fashion.advertisementThe Jamaican, who is into his second season with the franchise, has proved his detractors wrong time and again after being bought only for his base price in the auction before the 2018 edition.Ahead of the 2019 IPL, he was in devastating touch in the home ODI series against England, smashing two hundreds and as many half-centuries in the five-match contest.”Two years I have been here (with KXIP) and it has been phenomenal. I love the Punjab style. I am getting to work with a great bunch of people and hopefully, we can do something special for the franchise. The aim is to get to the playoffs and take it from there.”He is also highly impressed by the work ethic of captain Ravichandran Ashwin, who has not played limited overs cricket for India in the past two years with wrist spinners taking center-stage.”I don’t know what happened there (why he is not in India’s limited overs setup). He has been a phenomenal bowler for India. He is a very passionate bowler, equally passionate as captain and someone who strongly believes in his ability as well his team’s. It is very good to see that in a captain,” added Gayle.Also Read | Chris Gayle hopes for fairy-tale finish at ICC 2019 Cricket World CupAlso Read | IPL 2019: I am not scary. No need to fear Universe Boss, says Chris Gaylelast_img read more

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