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Munster Rugby Training Suspended After Positive Covid Test

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first_imgBilly Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter Facebook RugbyMunsterNewsSportMunster Rugby Training Suspended After Positive Covid TestBy Raffaele Rocca – October 6, 2020 212 Email Linkedin WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisementcenter_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostMunsterMunster.RugbyRugby Previous articleLimerick’s libraries will operate Call & Collect service during Covid Level 3 restrictionsNext articleLimerick Youth Service Calling for Additional Investment in Youth Work Sector Raffaele Rocca Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener WhatsApp MUNSTER Rugby have been assisting a senior player who has tested positive for Covid-19.The latest PCR testing carried out on Monday at the HPC has returned a positive result for a player who is asymptomatic. To remove any doubt of a potential false positive the player will be retested tomorrow.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The individual, who was not part of the travelling group at the weekend, and six other players identified by Munster Rugby as potential close contacts, are currently self-isolating.This approach of identifying possible close contacts is in line with the caution we have taken to this issue, these players may not be deemed close contacts by the HSE.As a precautionary measure, the squad and academy will not train at the HPC today.The HSE have been notified for contract tracing purposes.Further PCR testing will take place tomorrow at the HPC with a return to scheduled training planned for Thursday ahead of Saturday’s Guinness PRO14 encounter against Edinburgh at Thomond Park.Munster Rugby Head of Medical, Dr Jamie Kearns, said: “As an immediacy we are taking every precaution by standing down training today.“We are going to complete another round of PCR testing tomorrow so that we can return to training on Thursday.“Our priority is to ensure the health and safety of our players and staff, and we will continue to work closely with both the IRFU and HSE in this regard.”The post Munster Rugby Training Suspended After Positive Covid Test appeared first on Sporting Limerick. Print Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

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Local buyers lead the way at Gold Coast real estate bonanza

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first_imgThe Event 2018. Supplied.ONE of Australia’s biggest real estate auction events is underway on the Gold Coast.Up to $40 million of property from entry-level residences to multimillion-dollar addresses are going under the hammer at Ray White Surfers Paradise Group’s auction bonanza ‘The Event’.RWSP Group CEO Andrew Bell said 90 per cent of properties were predicted to sell.“We’ve had over 2000 inspections on properties over the last four weeks,” Mr Bell said.Mr Bell tipped interest from southern buyers to lead sales.“If you had to use one word to sum up this year, it would be Sydney.”More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours agoMinutes after bidding began, the first property on the auction block changed hands for $850,000.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom waterfront house in Southport sold quickly after a series of bids.Early on, local buyers were leading the way with 70 per cent of bidding coming from Gold Coasters, followed by New South Wales.Mr Bell said buyers would be under pressure to secure a property as supply in the local market was tightening, particularly ahead of the Commonwealth Games. Today’s event is widely said to set the tone for the market in 2018.“We’re not too far off saying full house,” said Mr Bell.“We have a wider range of properties from the cheapest at $100,000 to one that sold for $5 million prior to auction.”It’s estimated about 450 people have flocked to today’s event at Royal Pines Resort.last_img read more

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Ocean current turbine demo scores more

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first_imgA small-scale tidal current turbine demonstrator – being developed by Spanish Seaplace and UK’s Magnomatics – has achieved one third more efficiency during testing than had been previously predicted.A 6kW turbine demonstrator, with rotational speeds of up to 120 ppm, was recently tested at a facility in Madrid, where it achieved better results than anticipated, the developers said.The project is looking to harness the power of sea currents as an alternative energy source by designing a turbine with pseudo direct drive (PDD) technology to deliver high torque, low speed power for the machine.The design of the device being developed by the companies – a floating tension-tethered and self-steerable marine-current (FTMC) turbine – is said to allow the exploitation of marine currents in areas deeper than 60 meters, or in areas with irregular seabed where fixed devices are too expensive to deploy.The FTMC turbine put through its paces in a test basin (Photo: Seaplace) The Sheffield-based company developing magnetic gear technology Mangomatics was in charge of the PDD generator design, while the turbine itself was designed by the Spanish offshore engineering experts from Seaplace.Using kinetic energy of ocean currents as a means of generating power is a relatively young technology compared with developments in other fields of alternative power generation, according to Magnomatics.David Latimer, Magnomatics’ Chief Executive, said: “The possibilities presented by using ocean currents as an alternative energy source are far-reaching. The European Commission estimates that 0.1% of the energy content in ocean waves could be capable of supplying the entire world’s energy demand five times over.“Currently, energy harnessed from currents meets just 0.02% of the EU’s energy requirements.”The 32-month long project kicked off on April 1, 2016 – under the Eurostars Program, aimed at market-oriented transnational projects.The full-scale turbine will measure around 26 meters in diameter, with a propeller diameter of approximately 18 meters, with five blades to each propeller, according to Magnomatics.last_img read more

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2-star defensive end Levine verbally commits to Syracuse

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first_img Published on May 22, 2014 at 1:34 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Two-star defensive end Dana Levine verbally committed to Syracuse on Thursday afternoon, according to multiple reports. Levine is a junior at Hallandale (Fla.) High School. He is listed as 6 feet, 4 inches and 230 pounds on Scout.com, and is not ranked or rated by the site. Levine is the first defensive lineman to commit to SU for 2015, and the third defensive player overall. He joins cornerback commits Gerald Robinson (three stars) and Davante Davis on the defensive side of the ball.SU offensive coordinator George McDonald continues to attract recruits from Florida, as Levine marks the fifth commit from the Class of 2015 to come from the state.He is the eighth overall verbal pledge in the class, joining running backs Tyrone Perkins (three stars) and Jordan Fredericks (three stars), and offensive linemen Cody Conway (three stars), Sam Clausman and Colin Byrne.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Camp Kesem continues growth with first dinner

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first_imgThis Saturday, Camp Kesem held its first annual Make the Magic dinner at the Caruso Catholic Center.The event served to both raise awareness of the organization’s mission and to fundraise for a weeklong camp for children whose parents are battling or have battled cancer.“Since a lot of [the families] have expensive medical bills, they might not be able to pay for the camp otherwise.  By providing them this opportunity to go for free, it’s really beneficial to the kids,” said Sarah Loh, volunteer coordinator for Camp Kesem USC.The event featured a cocktail hour in the Caruso Center courtyard, where guests in attendance mingled with student counselors and participated in a silent auction which helped raise money for the camp.USC’s Camp Kesem chapter was founded in 2012 and was able to take 26 kids to camp this past summer. According to the national Camp Kesem website, there are more than 3 million children per year affected by a parent’s cancer. This year, by putting on events such as Make the Magic and pancake nights on The Row, Kesem hopes to raise $41,000  to bring twice as many kids this year. So far, Camp Kesem has raised about half of its goal. Because the organization is so new, it relies on donations from generous supporters to fund camp every summer.“Camp Kesem started last year at USC … so we don’t have a lot of resources or outside funding that we can go to,” said Jehan Bista, a Camp Kesem counselor.Many of the counselors shared their personal Camp Kesem stories during Make the Magic, including freshman Claire Witzke, who was a camper at Camp Kesem at Stanford and is now a counselor at Camp Kesem.“Though the first week of camp was overwhelming, there was a weird sense of ease knowing that every camper had gone through a very similar experience to mine,” Witzke said. “They knew the anxiety of waiting for test results and the fear that the cancer had come back … Camp Kesem was one of the best thing that ever happened to me.”During camp, kids get the chance to participate in a plethora of activities, both fun and supportive. One such activity is “Cabin Chats,” during which children are able to tell their stories to one another.This year, Make the Magic welcomed 60 guests, including friends and family of the counselors and local hospital workers.Though any organization’s event faces hardships within the first few years of existence, Camp Kesem has succeeded in overcoming the stigma of being a new organization and is growing at an exponential pace.last_img read more

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