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  • The Rugby Week in Review: June 6-12

    first_img Catch up in the Rugby week that was: June 6-12…Soon be retired Al Baxter getting some quality time with Highlander Jimmy CowanIt was announced earlier in the week that the new sponsors of the Magners League is to become the RaboDirect Pro12. The name just rolls off the tongue.With the awards season in full swing, it was about time we released our winners…Player Of The Year: Chris AshtonTeam Of The Year: Cobham U18Coach Of The Year: Rob BaxterYoung Player Of The Year: Sam WarburtonOutstanding Achievement Of The Year: Canterbury CrusadersNon Evans MBEWith the Queen’s birthday, comes the honour list, and none other than all-round sportswoman Non Evans has been awarded an MBE for her services to sport. Non Evans MBE definitely has a ring to it.Thursday proved to be fruitful in milestones as Andy Blyth reached the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro, along with David Barnes, Mark Regan and the rest of their team. Suffering a life-changing injury 11 years ago and fearing he will never walk again, he conquered the highest peak in Africa and become an even bigger inspiration to us all.After the success of the inaugural Help for Heroes charity match back in 2008 at Twickenham, Simon Halliday and co have decided to stage another rugby spectacular! The December 3rd fixture will see a battle of the hemispheres – North v South. If you’ve ever wondered which side would rein supreme then this is the game for you. If not it’ll just be a nice day out. Week in Review: May 30 – June 5 |    May 23-29 |   May 16-22 |    May 9-15 |     May 2 – 8 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 11: Al Baxter of the Waratahs and Jimmy Cowen of the Highlanders exchange words on the ground during the round 17 Super Rugby match between the Waratahs and the Highlanders at the Sydney Football Stadium on June 11, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS England Saxons have taken control of the Churchill cup and have secured themselves a final clash against Canada, a repeat of last year.Talking of the Southern Hemisphere…James O’Connor’s Super Rugby season has come to an abrupt end after he has been suspended for a week – citing a dangerous tackle on Reds’ captain James Horwill. On a different note, the word around town is that Rabs will be staying with The Force, even though The Reds, Rebels and Brumbies were interested in his services.The Waratah’s sent a message out declaring they are still hungry for a Super Rugby play-off place. They beat the Highlanders 33-7 (where this week’s picture has been taken from.) Kurtley Beale showed the world why he’s the Million Dollar Baby, as he was practically responsible for the ‘Tah’s glorious win. Check out the amazing highlights…last_img read more

  • ‘PSI is pro-business’: Giring plans to boost economy through 2024 presidential bid

    first_imgGiring Ganesha, the acting chairman of the Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI), who recently declared his intention to run in the 2024 presidential race, says he has plans to make the most of Indonesia’s demographic bonus to boost the economy.“PSI is pro-business. We want businesses to thrive to achieve the people’s wellbeing,” he said during a press conference on Wednesday.The 37-year-old singer-turned-politician said 2024 would be an opportunity for young people to lead the nation, including in business innovation. “Our government system needs to break out of old patterns. We need more young leaders who understand the challenges faced by youngsters, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs with a vision to change business for the better,” he said.He added that a fast-running industry needed supporting policies and infrastructure. “We must focus on expediting regulation that will help new and established businesses to flourish so that there will be more jobs and even new careers,” said Giring.The PSI bills itself as a political party for the young, with a strong social media presence. The party backed President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s reelection in 2019 and has declared support for his administration.Read also: Singer-turned-politician Giring Ganesha to run for president in 2024 Giring, the former vocalist of pop rock band Nidji, also mentioned Jokowi’s infrastructure achievement as his inspiration.“As I was in a band and did tours across the country, I witnessed how Indonesia has developed with more toll roads, bigger airports, malls and an increased purchasing power among the people. I have no criticism of Jokowi’s administration,” he said.He added that he would follow Jokowi’s signature blusukan (impromptu visits) to gain insights from the people, especially youngsters. “In the next three years after the pandemic is over, I’m ready to travel across Indonesia to meet the people,” he said.Giring expressed optimism that his past experience as a band, business and party leader would be enough for him to lead the nation. He also said that his early declaration as a 2024 presidential candidate was designed to give him and the PSI more time to prepare.In 2018, Giring turned from focusing on his musical career to politics. He ran in the 2019 legislative election although he did not get a seat in the House of Representatives after the party failed to meet the legislative threshold at the national level of 4 percent of the total vote. (aly)Topics :last_img read more