One aspect of such collaboration is clarifying legal and liability issues, said Ned Calonge, MD, MPH, chief medical officer for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Redistributing vaccine, for example, might go more smoothly if officials could clarify who pays whom and how, as well as what liability issues affect state law. See also: “We’re hopeful that one, two, or maybe more companies will be interested in selling [flu vaccine] in the US,” said Strikas. “Then, if one has a hiccup, one or more can step in.” April 8, 2005 (CIDRAP News) The only thing more unpredictable than the fickle, fast-changing influenza virus may be the US flu season itself. Yet health experts who weathered this year’s vaccine shortfall, which began early in October with the news that Chiron Corp. couldn’t deliver nearly half of the expected US vaccine supply, have found the 2004-05 flu season instructive. The lessons they draw may prove helpful in managing future problems with supply and distribution and also in facing the possibility of pandemic influenza. Stearns County, about 70 miles northwest of the Twin Cities, did a fine job ensuring that people received vaccine through an effective local collaboration, said Ehresmann, adding that MDH is encouraging similar efforts throughout the state. Anticipating the worst: pandemic fluLast fall, Coloradoans conducted a mass vaccination clinic in a small area to measure the state’s ability to meet a mass vaccination target. It turned out to be one of the bright spots in the season, according to Calonge. Volunteers and ham radio operators helped coordinate the vaccine transfer among many counties. A daunting target vaccination rate proved more achievable than officials expected. In addition, the MDH is working to enhance communication among those involved in flu immunization, Ehresmann said. Her office is convening a statewide workgroup on flu that will allow state officials to consult directly with healthcare providers in groups that may be affected by changes in the disease or the vaccine supply. In addition, the department is encouraging creation of community coalitions. Shortage turns to surplusNearly half of the expected US flu vaccine supply disappeared last fall because of contamination problems at a Chiron Corp. plant in England. Eventually, the country obtained about 61 million doses of flu vaccine instead of the roughly 100 million doses expected earlier. “Partnership was a critical piece of what we did,” Strikas said. “There needs to be coordination, particularly while the product is in short supply.” Although some state and local public health departments reported instances when they physically held or transferred flu vaccine, simply knowing where the doses are is often more important than having them in hand, officials said. “We were really cautiousand rightly soabout supply, but we have always had vaccine that goes unused,” Ehresmann said. But the surplus suggests to her that MDH must “do the least restrictive limiting we can possibly do, so we don’t end up wasting vaccine,” she said. Multiple suppliers wantedHaving two companiesChiron Corp. and Sanofi-Pasteur (formerly Aventis Pasteur)provide the bulk of the nation’s flu vaccine doesn’t leave much room for handling problems, experts said. “We came away convinced that if we needed to use that process for pandemic flu, we could meet the vaccine requirement,” Calonge said. “Both influenza disease and vaccine supply are unpredictable,” he told CIDRAP News. His list of lessons learned or reinforced this season highlights preparation: expect the unexpected, plan for many scenarios, be flexible, and be proactive. Despite the shortfall, good news was plentiful this flu season. It was only a moderate season, with illness peaking in mid-February, according to a CDC recap in this week’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). The season was milder for kids this year, with far lower hospitalization rates than in the previous season. And an estimated 17 million Americans refrained from getting a flu shot so that doses would go to high-risk people. Targeting those at greater risk from the flu proved effective, with vaccination rates for the high-risk groups hewing closely to the levels of previous years despite the reduced vaccine supply, MMWR reported March 31. It’s not clear how many leftover doses may be in the hands of individual providers or groups. Ehresmann estimated that the number is in the thousands. Doses are only good for one season because the combination of viral strains used in the vaccine is changed every year, so many of the remaining doses may go to waste. Web-based partnershipsVirtual vaccine distribution systems may be increasingly important to managing supply during a flu season. Think of it as a way for many people to communicate effectively about vaccine orders, manufacturers, and supplies even in the off-season. Health officials in Minnesota found the same thing, and are taking steps to formalize new relationships before the next flu season. Calonge, with Colorado, called the current system too risky. “It’s a more fragile system than I would like to see,” he said. In the end, the expected vaccine shortage turned into a surplus: 3 million doses, roughly the equivalent of the CDC stockpile, remains, Strikas said. In Minnesota, for instance, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is launching an Internet-based data collection tool, said Kristen Ehresmann, RN, MPH, manager of the department’s immunization, tuberculosis, and international health section. Local public health workers will be able to track vaccine orders by healthcare providers, such as hospitals and nursing homes, as well as by manufacturers. The information will be accessible online, so “we’ll go into the season knowing where people ordered from and how many doses they’re expecting,” Ehresmann said. Expecting the unexpectedFlu vaccine can take a lot of detours between the egg and the arm. That’s why flexibility is key, said Dr. Raymond Strikas, associate director for the adult immunization program at the National Immunization Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). CDC. Estimated influenza vaccination coverage among adults and childrenUnited States, September 1, 2004January 31, 2005. MMWR 2005 Apr 1;54(12):304-7 [Full text] CDC. Update: Influenza activityUnited States, 2004-05 season, April 8, 2005. MMWR 2005 Apr 8:54(13): 328-331 [Full text]
Trump will work in a special suite at the hospital for the next few days as a precautionary measure, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said. Online video showed a small group of Trump supporters outside Walter Reed late on Friday waving Trump 2020 flags, most not wearing masks.Trump, 74, has a mild fever, according to a source familiar with the matter. White House doctor Sean P. Conley said late on Friday that Trump was doing very well, did not need supplemental oxygen, and had received a first dose of Remdesivir, an intravenous antiviral drug sold by Gilead Sciences that has been shown to shorten hospital stays.In a tweet late on Friday, the president wrote: “Going well, I think! Thank you to all. LOVE!!!”The diagnosis was the latest setback for the Republican president, who is trailing Democratic rival Joe Biden in opinion polls ahead of the Nov. 3 presidential election. Trump has played down the threat of the coronavirus pandemic from the outset, even as the disease has killed more than 200,000 Americans and hammered the US economy.A number of other prominent Republicans also tested positive on Friday, including former White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway and Republican senators Mike Lee and Thom Tillis.Vice President Mike Pence, who would take over presidential duties if Trump became severely ill, tested negative, a spokesman said. The former Indiana governor, 61, is working from his own residence several miles from the White House.Trump is at high risk because of his age and weight. He has remained in apparent good health during his time in office but is not known to exercise regularly or to follow a healthy diet.Conley said earlier on Friday that Trump has received an experimental treatment, Regeneron’s REGN-COV2, one of several experimental COVID-19 drugs known as monoclonal antibodies, which are used for treating a wide range of illnesses.Trump is also taking zinc, Vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin and aspirin, Conley said.Topics : US President Donald Trump was in a military hospital on Saturday for treatment after testing positive for COVID-19, an extraordinary development that upended the presidential race a month before the Nov. 3 election.Roughly 17 hours after he made his diagnosis public, Trump walked slowly from the White House to a waiting helicopter to be taken to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. He wore a mask and business suit and did not speak to reporters.”I think I’m doing very well, but we’re going to make sure that things work out,” Trump said in a brief video message posted on Twitter. Early on Friday, he had tweeted that he and the first lady, Melania Trump, had contracted the virus.
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Loading… Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-Flow8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Most Asntonishing Train Stations In The WorldThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To Visit9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?What Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?8 Most Expensive Mistakes The World Has Ever Made7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone Confederation of Africa Football Emergency Committee has approved the revised calendar for the Interclubs competitions which was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Total Confederation Cup 2019/20 Semi-finals, will now hold on September 22 between Pyramids of Egypt and Horoya of Guinea at Mohammed V Complex, Casablanca while the second duel has been fixed to come up between RS Berkane (Morocco) and HUSA (Morocco) at Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat. The final match will hold on September 27 at Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat. All matches will be played behind closed doors. In the Total CAF Champions League, following the withdrawal of Cameroon Football Federation from hosting the final four, and in line with the principle of fairness, it was decided against hosting a final four in either Egypt or Morocco, whose representatives constitute the semi-finalists, thus Al Ahly & Zamalek (Egypt) and Raja Club Athletic & Wydad Athletic Club (Morocco). The Semi-final matches will be played on a home and away basis. The first leg matches to be played on 25 & 26 September 2020 in Morocco while the Second leg matches to be played on 2 & 3 October 2020 in Egypt In the principle of fairness, the final will be played at a neutral venue in the event a team from Egypt and Morocco qualify from the semis. Consequently, the bidding process has been opened to Member Associations excluding Egypt and Morocco for the hosting of a one-off final. Interested Member Associations are to submit their bidding file including the venue for the match and the mandatory Government guarantee no later than 17 August 2020. In case the two Egyptian clubs or Moroccan clubs progress to the final, the one-off match will be played in either Egypt or Morocco with a proposed date of 16 or 17 October 2020. In that regard, the concerned Member Associations, Egyptian Football Association, and the Royal Moroccan Football Federation have been issued a deadline of 15 August 2020 to confirm their availability. CAF will continue discussions with the various stakeholders on the possibilities of organizing the remaining matches of the Total CAF Champions League 2019/20 behind closed doors or otherwise. The CAF Guidelines for the restart of competitions put together by the CAF Medical Committee in collaboration with the CAF Technical & Development Department will be applied for the staging of the remaining matches of the Interclubs 2019/20 season. read also:CONCACAF reveals shake-up in 2022 World Cup qualifiers The guidelines highlight effective and continuous medical assessment (testing) of players and officials, plans for training sessions, disinfection of sporting facilities, as well as strict adherence to the global preventive protocols. Meanwhile, CAF is monitoring the situation closely and working with the relevant authorities with regards to hosting of the matches and will make pronouncements accordingly in the event of developments that will affect playing a match at the designated venue. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
RelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules Sanwo-Olu: We’re committed to fulfilling promises to Lagosians Manchester City’s slim hopes of retaining their Premier League crown have gone but they still have two trophies in their crosshairs, manager Pep Guardiola said after the club reached the FA Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win over Newcastle United.City are also still in the hunt for the Champions League title and hold a 2-1 lead over Real Madrid from the away leg of their last 16 clash in February before the competition was suspended due to COVID-19. Europe’s elite club competition will be completed with an eight-team mini-tournament for Lisbon in August.The FA Cup semis will be held on July 18 and 19 and the final is scheduled for August 1.“We have two competitions we can win,” Guardiola told reporters on Sunday.“It will be good to arrive against Real Madrid in the best condition.“To win this title would be the best way to prepare for Madrid.” Guardiola also said he was pleased with City’s response after last week’s 2-1 defeat at Chelsea handed Liverpool the Premier League title.“We’re delighted after the defeat against Chelsea to be in London again at Wembley to play against Arsenal in the semi-final to try to reach the final of the FA Cup,” he added.“Always it’s an incredible trophy and it gives us an extra bonus.”Reuters/NAN.— Tags: COVID-19FA CupManchester CityPep GuardiolaUEFA Champions League
Published on March 9, 2015 at 11:48 pm Contact Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @SamBlum3 Sabrina Cammock took pride in her name and her identity. One time when she was in high school, the athletic director approached her and asked which runner she was.The question stopped Cammock in her tracks.She straightened her back, gave him a look and said, “I’m Sabrina, don’t ya know?” From then on, whenever the two crossed paths again, he jokingly repeated the phrase to her.Cammock — throughout her life — was the type of person whose personality was infectious and drew widespread respect.“She was just a young lady of dignity,” her high school track coach Linda Jordan said. “That’s how I can sum it up with Sabrina, she was just a young lady of dignity.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn Saturday morning, Cammock was found dead in her room in the Hotel Edison in New York City. The 21-year-old Syracuse University sprinter, from Queens, New York, spent Friday night celebrating with friends and teammates, but didn’t wake up the next morning. An initial autopsy was inconclusive.Cammock was one of the most successful sprinters in Syracuse history and was in the middle of a senior season in which she placed 13th overall in the 60 meters at the Atlantic Coast Conference indoor championships. She was also the school’s record holder for the 4×100 meter relay. She was a well-liked person and everyone — even if they didn’t know her personally — had heard of her personality and running dominance.“She always believed in me and she was always proud of me,” said Aziza Hawthorne, Cammock’s best friend and “little sister.” “And I want to stay strong for her, but sometimes it’s been hard and emotions come in waves… when it starts to sink in I can’t breathe.“My heart is bleeding and I’m drowning and it’s just really, really the worst thing ever.”On the morning of Cammock’s death, Jordan was at a state track meet, and a coach from another school brought her name up — unaware that she had died. They were talking about the best sprinters that had gone through the Catholic school programs, and Cammock was the first to come to mind.In Cammock’s junior season, she led her school to its first-ever Millrose Games held at Madison Square Garden. She was one leg of the 4×400 meter relay, but had come into the event injured. Her coaches told her that she shouldn’t run.“’Are you kidding me?’” Jordan recalled Cammock saying, “‘I’m going to do this. I’ll deal with it after I get off the track.’”It was only a year prior that she had started running. She joined the team as a sophomore who didn’t know how to use her hands or her feet or even follow the rules. She disqualified herself from a meet for blatantly switching lanes during a sprint.But her talent and speed were undeniable. Even in her first season, she qualified for the state meet. Her talents came naturally to her, whether it was running, singing or in her work as an intern at SUNY Upstate Medical University Hospital.Cammock’s family opened its doors to her friends and extended family on Sunday. For Hawthorne, coming home from school in Binghamton was almost too difficult. She said she knew everything and everyone at home would remind her of Cammock.Hawthorne said that Cammock never doubted her, even when Hawthorne doubted herself. There are some runners that don’t have fun when they compete, Hawthorne said, and let the moment get the best of them. But Cammock just went out and had fun when she competed.“It’s heartbreaking,” Syracuse freshman runner Justyn Knight said. “She always had a smile if I said hi.”On the bus to meets, she’d belt out her beautiful singing voice on the bus. After running, she’d eat the buffalo wings that Jordan secretly made just for her. When someone else did well, she’d go around and tell everyone how proud she was of them.In early February, Hawthorne introduced Cammock to everyone at a track meet as her sister, because, as Hawthorne put it, that’s just who she was.“She can make you laugh, she can empathize with you. She can do — she’s just Superwoman,” Hawthorne said. “… She just didn’t realize what a person she was.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance August 17, 2020 Related Articles Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 Share One of Poland’s largest bookmakers, STS, has been named as the official sponsor and betting partner of Zagłębie Lubin after signing a new two year sponsorship agreement with the team.The agreement will mean that the operator’s branding will be shown across the players’ sleeves, as well as including sponsorship of the club’s multiple sports associations.Mateusz Juroszek, CEO of STS, commented: “Signing the agreement with Zagłębie Lubin is the next stage of implementation of our development strategy. STS is currently the largest private sponsor of Polish sport.“We are an official partner of the Poland national football team, and we also support sports clubs throughout the entire country. This partnership with Zagłębie fits perfectly into our plan of cooperation with the most ambitious athletes and teams.“The signed agreement will definitely translate into numerous benefits, both for our company and for the Club and its fans.”As well as supporting the club, STS offers its support to both esport as well as the team’s foundation Sport is Your Chance, which helps talented sportsmen from all over the country has also been founded at the bookmaker’s initiative.Juroszek added: “STS supports Polish sport; our activities go far beyond what is stipulated in agreements. Our cooperation is largely based on initiatives directed at fans, because fans are the ones who create the amazing atmosphere during games.” New Polish poker table in BetGames section for STS July 15, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Submit
Cameroon destroyed DR Congo’s hundred per cent record by beating them 3-1 to reach the quarter-finals of the African Nations Championship in Rwanda.The Indomitable Lions advance to the last eight as Group B winners, with the 2009 champions going through as runners-up.Yazid Atouba opened the scoring for Cameroon just before half-time but Jean Makusu equalised straight after the break.Nicolas Moumi restored Cameroon’s lead on 50 minutes and Samuel Nlend sealed the victory with a chipped finish 13 minutes later.Cameroon will play Group A runneIvory Coast in the next round and DR Congo face hosts Rwanda. Both games will be played on Saturday.Angola beat Ethiopia 2-1 in Monday’s other Group B game to record their first points of the tournament as both sides bowed out. Goals by Papel and Manuel Alfonso gave Angola a 2-0 lead and they saw off a threatened comeback from Ethiopia, who pulled a goal back through Tesfaye, to end their tournament on a high note.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoyFMSports. Our hashtag is #JoySports
The good news for United States-based fans of English soccer is they get another chance to watch an all-England match with high stakes even though the Premier League season ended last week. The bad news for those fans in the United States is the FA Cup final is not being presented on live TV by ESPN.So a live stream presentation on ESPN+ is the only way to watch Chelsea vs. Arsenal in the U.S. on Saturday afternoon. MORE: Live updates from the FA Cup final between Chelsea and ArsenalThe 2019-20 FA Cup first round took place back in November, with the Blues and the Gunners joining the competition with other Premier League and Championship teams in Round 3. Chelsea have defeated Nottingham Forest, Hull City, Liverpool, Leicester City and Manchester United on their way to the final. Arsenal have cleared Leeds United, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield United and Manchester City.This London derby is a convenient matchup since the FA Final takes place at the city’s Wembley Stadium, though no fans will be allowed to attend. That of course has been the case for all FA Cup matches this summer in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.Below is how to watch Saturday’s match as Chelsea try to win their ninth FA Cup and Arsenal aim for their record 14th.FA Cup final live stream for Chelsea vs. ArsenalFA Cup live stream: ESPN+When ESPN secured the rights to broadcast FA Cup matches in the United States in 2018, it did for ESPN+, the company’s online sports streaming service that at the time was brand new. A couple years later, ESPN+ is still the exclusive rights holder of FA Cup matches in the U.S.That means even the FA Cup final is not on TV in the U.S.; it’s only on ESPN+.ESPN+ costs $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year. It is also available as part of a bundle offer that gives subscribers access to Disney+ and Hulu for $12.99 a month.In addition to FA Cup matches, ESPN+ shows all Serie A and FA Community Shield matches in the U.S., as well as events from American leagues MLB, NHL and MLS among other sports.ESPN+ can be accessed from the following devices:iPhoneAndroidInternet browserApple TVAmazon Fire TVAndroid TVRokuXbox OnePlaystation 4Samsung connected TVsESPN+ can be streamed on up to three devices at once for most content. It is not available in Canada.FA Cup final: TV channel for Chelsea vs. ArsenalBecause ESPN+ has the exclusive right to show FA Cup matches in the United States, Saturday’s FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal is not on TV in the U.S. ESPN+’s deal to broadcast FA Cup matches lasts through 2021.In the United Kingdom, of course, the match can be seen live on three different TV channels — BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BT Sport. In Canada, the FA Cup final can be seen on Sportsnet.FA Cup schedule 2020All 2019-20 FA Cup competition was paused for three months as the COVID-19 pandemic spread globally. It finally restarted in late June with the quarterfinal round.Below is the complete table of results from this season’s FA Cup competition:FinalDateMatchAug. 1Arsenal vs. ChelseaSemifinalDateMatchJuly 18Arsenal 2-0 Manchester CityJuly 19Manchester United 1-3 ChelseaQuarterfinalDateMatchJune 27Norwich City 1-2 Manchester UnitedJune 28Sheffield United 1-2 ArsenalJune 28Leicester City 0-1 ChelseaJune 28Newcastle United 0-2 Manchester CityFifth roundDateMatchMarch 2Portsmouth 0-2 ArsenalMarch 3Chelsea 2-0 LiverpoolMarch 3Reading 1-2 Sheffield UnitedMarch 3West Brom 2-3 NewcastleMarch 4Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Manchester CityMarch 4Leicester City 1-0 BirminghamMarch 4Tottenham 1-1 Norwich City (2-3 pens.)March 5Derby County 0-3 Manchester UnitedFourth roundDateMatchJan. 24QPR 1-2 Sheffield WednesdayJan. 24Northampton Town 0-0 Derby CountyJan. 25Hull City 1-2 ChelseaJan. 25Southampton 1-1 TottenhamJan. 25Brentford 0-1 LeicesterJan. 25Millwall 0-2 Sheffield UnitedJan. 25Reading 1-1 Cardiff CityJan. 25West Ham 0-1 West BromJan. 25Burnley 1-2 NorwichJan. 25Coventry City 0-0 Birmingham CityJan. 25Newcastle United 0-0 Oxford UnitedJan. 25Portsmouth 4-2 BarnsleyJan. 26Tranmere Rovers 0-6 Manchester UnitedJan. 26Shrewsbury Town 2-2 LiverpoolJan. 26Manchester City 4-0 FulhamJan. 27Bournemouth 1-2 ArsenalThird roundDateMatchJan. 4Bristol City 1-1 Shrewsbury TownJan. 4Birmingham City 2-1 Blackburn RoversJan. 4Rochdale 1-1 Newcastle UnitedJan. 4Rotherham United 2-3 Hull CityJan. 4Millwall 3-0 Newport CountyJan. 4Burnley 4-2 Peterborough UnitedJan. 4Preston North End 2-4 Norwich CityJan. 4Brighton 0-1 Sheffield WednesdayJan. 4Southampton 2-0 Huddersfield TownJan. 4Cardiff City 2-2 Carlisle UnitedJan. 4Reading 2-2 BlackpoolJan. 4Watford 3-3 Tranmere RoversJan. 4Fulham 2-1 Aston VillaJan. 4Oxford United 4-1 Hartlepool UnitedJan. 4Brentford 1-0 Stoke CityJan. 4Bournemouth 4-0 Luton TownJan. 4Wolves 0-0 Manchester UnitedJan. 4Fleetwood Town 1-2 PortsmouthJan. 4Manchester City 4-1 Port ValeJan. 4Leicester City 2-0 Wigan AthleticJan. 5Chelsea 2-0 Nottingham ForestJan. 5Burton Albion 2-4 Northampton TownJan. 5Charlton Athletic 0-1 West BromJan. 5Sheffield United 2-1 AFC FyldeJan. 5Crystal Palace 0-1 Derby CountyJan. 5QPR 5-1 Swansea CityJan. 5Bristol Rovers 2-2 Coventry CityJan. 5Crewe Alexandra 1-3 BarnsleyJan. 5Middlesbrough 1-1 TottenhamJan. 5Liverpool 1-0 EvertonJan. 5Gillingham 0-2 West HamJan. 6Arsenal 1-0 Leeds UnitedSecond roundDateMatchNov. 29Maldon & Tiptree 0-1 Newport CountyNov. 30Cheltenham Town 1-3 Port ValeNov. 30Forest Green Rovers 2-2 Carlisle UnitedNov. 30Kingstonian 0-2 AFC FyldeNov. 30Oldham Athletic 0-1 Burton AlbionNov. 30Portsmouth 2-1 AltrinchamNov. 30Shrewsbury Town 2-0 Mansfield TownNov. 30Walsall 0-1 Oxford UnitedNov. 30Eastleigh 1-1 Crew AlexandraDec. 1Blackpool 3-1 Maidstone UnitedDec. 1Bristol Rovers 1-1 Plymouth ArgyleDec. 1Coventry City 1-1 Ipswich TownDec. 1Crawley Town 1-2 Fleetwood TownDec. 1Exeter City 2-2 Hartlepool UnitedDec. 1Gillingham 3-0 Doncaster RoversDec. 1Northampton Town 3-1 Notts CountyDec. 1Peterborough United 3-0 Dover AthleticDec. 1Rochdale 0-0 Boston UnitedDec. 1Tranmere Rovers 5-1 Chichester CityDec. 2Solilhull Moors 3-4 Rotherham UnitedFirst roundDateMatchNov. 8Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle UnitedNov. 9Sunderland 1-1 GillinghamNov. 9Wimbledon 1-1 Doncaster RoversNov. 9Accrington Stanley 0-2 Crewe AlexandraNov. 9Blackpool 4-1 MorecambeNov. 9Bolton 0-1 Plymouth ArgyleNov. 9Cambridge United 1-1 Exeter CityNov. 9Carshalton Athletic 1-4 Boston UnitedNov. 9Cheltenham Town 1-1 Swindon TownNov. 9Colchester United 0-2 Coventry CityNov. 9Crawley Town 4-1 Scunthorpe UnitedNov. 9Ebbsfleet United 2-3 Notts CountyNov. 9Forest Green Rovers 4-0 Billericay TownNov. 9Grimsby Town 1-1 Newport CountyNov. 9Ipswich Town 1-1 Lincoln CityNov. 9MK Dons 0-1 Port ValeNov. 9Maidenhead United 1-3 Rotherham UnitedNov. 9Maidstone United 1-0 Torquay UnitedNov. 9Mansfield Town 1-0 ChorleyNov. 9Nantwich Town 0-1 AFC FyldeNov. 9Oxford City 1-5 Solihull MoorsNov. 9Salford City 1-1 Burton AlbionNov. 9Shrewsbury Town 1-1 Bradford CityNov. 9Stevenage 1-1 Peterborough UnitedNov. 9Stourbridge 2-2 EastleighNov. 9Tranmere Rovers 2-2 Wycombe WanderersNov. 9Walsall 2-2 DarlingtonNov. 10Hayes & Yeading 0-2 Oxford UnitedNov. 10York City 0-1 AltrinchamNov. 10Wrexham 0-0 RochdaleNov. 10Macclesfield Town 0-4 KingstonianNov. 10Leyton Orient 1-2 Maldon & TiptreeNov. 10Gateshead 1-2 Oldham AthleticNov. 10Chippenham Town 0-3 Northampton TownNov. 10Bristol Rovers 1-1 BromleyNov. 10Barnet 0-2 Fleetwood TownNov. 10Dover Athletic 1-0 Southend UnitedNov. 11Harrogate Town 1-2 PortsmouthNov. 12Yeovil Town 1-4 Hartlepool United
BSP batted first in what was the top of the table clash held at Colts Ground on Saturday.They soon found themselves in trouble at 3/27 after the morning session.However Bau’s unbeaten 206 runs gave BSP a total of 8/361 after the close of their innings. His knock included 22 boundaries and eight sixesBau’s double century was the highest individual score in a National Championships, surpassing Vani Vagi Morea’s 186 in what was the 2010 Constantinou ShieldVanua was the pick of the ANZ bowlers, taking an impressive five wicket haul (5/57).In their reply the next day, ANZ fell 100 runs short in their run chase, despite a brilliant 95 from PNG Barramundis captain Jack Vare.At Amini Park in the other two day match, the Digicel Dragons defeated the Paradise Foods Pistons by only 2 runs in a nail biting finish.In the women’s division games, the Swire Shipping Sharks won both their matches on Saturday against the Pure Water Diamonds by 52 runs and Remington Rhinos by 5 wickets in a T20 encounter.In the only T20 match on Sunday, the Rhinos easily defeated the Diamonds by 40 runs, thanks to a half century from veteran PNG Lewas player Pauke Siaka (52).Finals for the Gabba Champions Shield will take place this weekend.