Bulldogs Battle Raiders In Volleyball Play

first_imgBatesville travels to South Ripley to sweep the Lady Raiders in all levels of play.The Lady Bulldog JV team put on an impressive show of offense and serving for the first match of the season. With only two service errors on the evening the dogs rattled off 14 Aces, with top server Maggie Walsman #6, hitting of 18 straight and 6 aces in set two. The team hit @ .347 for the evening.JV Wins: 25-10, 25-2Varsity started off in a sweet spot only to be rattled in sets 3 & 4. Sets 1 & 2 saw us hitting our spots on serve, passing well, and running plays. Our composure left us and packed our serving and confidence with it. We error’d at a high rate hitting -.188 for those two sets. Set five wasn’t the most composed, but we somehow found the court with serve and attack. Freshman Kylie Laker #7 had the service high 5 aces on the evening, and 14 digs.Varsity Wins: 25-20, 25-11, 16-25, 16-25, 15-11All three teams will travel to Madison this evening with a 5:00 freshman start time. JV and varsity matches to follow.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jody Thomas and Raiders Coach Kelly Sparks.last_img read more

Horse Sport Ireland appoints Ronan Murphy as new Chief Executive

first_img Irish bookmakers demand clarity on reopening orders June 17, 2020 StumbleUpon Irish bookmakers to reopen on 29 June May 28, 2020 Horse Sport Ireland, the national governing body of equestrian sports for Ireland has announced the appointment of Ronan Murphy as new Chief Executive Officer, replacing outgoing Damian McDonald.Murphy takes over the organisation’s leadership, which has the responsibility of maintaining Irish studbooks, issuing horse passports, managing relationships between equine sports stakeholders and marketing the Irish equine industry globally.He joins Horse Sport Ireland from agricultural technology firm Makeway Ltd, where he led commercial development. Murphy has prior equine industry experience having been CEO of Weatherbys Ireland which is the Keeper of the General Stud Book for Ireland.Murphy commented on his appointment as CEO of Horse Sport Ireland; “It’s a privilege to be joining the team at Horse Sport Ireland at this exciting and strategically important time for the Irish Sport Horse industry,”“I am looking forward to working closely with all our stakeholders to deliver our strategic plans, build a sustainable industry and to ensure the continued success of the Irish Sport Horse sector around the world.”Horse Sport Ireland Chairman Jim Beecher paid tribute to interim CEO James Kennedy while welcoming Murphy to the team.“I am delighted to welcome Ronan to the dedicated team in Horse Sport Ireland, Ronan brings with him a wealth of experience from the equine and agriculture industry, he is a proven leader and is the right person to bring the organisation forward. I would like to thank and recognise the work of interim CEO James Kennedy who has managed the organisation for the last four months. I am also grateful to James for staying on in this position during the coming months.” Share Submit Paddy Power to reopen English & Irish betting shops in Royal Ascot week June 10, 2020 Share Related Articleslast_img read more