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  • Charity sector’s income has “flat-lined since 2009”

    first_imgCharity sector’s income has “flat-lined since 2009” Howard Lake | 23 July 2015 | News  112 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis9 Inflation has also hit charities. While its rate might now be at historic lows,“Between 2007 and 2014, the average non-domestic electricity bill increased by 24% in real terms. Over the same period, the cost of a second class stamp, commonly used by charities to communicate with beneficiaries and supporters, increased from 24p to 53p, the price of unleaded petrol rose by 45%, and the cost of stationery and other printed materials rose by 26%”.The report suggests that:“In order to retain the same level of spending power, the voluntary sector would need to generate £3.14bn in income or savings to make up for the eroding effects of inflation”.That is a substantial challenge.Peter Lewis, chief executive of the Institute of Fundraising, said: “As this Review illustrates, whilst many charities who are able to invest in fundraising are continuing to grow their support from the very generous British public, smaller charities are benefiting the least from the economic recovery. With government grants at an all time low now is the time for Government to work with charities to help them diversify their income streams and find more innovative ways to raise money for the good causes they support, both in the UK and overseas.”Of course, demand for many charities’ services continues to grow, while their income falls or stagnates. Given the additional cuts in government funding earmarked over the period of this government, and possibly into the next, this situation is not likely to ease for several years.Charities advised to make further cutsThe report’s conclusions includes the recommendation that “voluntary organisations will need to make over £3bn in efficiency savings in order to maintain their spending power. Voluntary organisations need to begin working now to identify areas where savings can be made and design strategies for achieving them.”It adds the practical reminder that “voluntary organisations are also advised to make explicit the impact of inflation when bidding for contracts and grants”.NCVO offers 10 steps to move towards more sustainable financing. These include:• don’t put all your eggs in one basket• factor in inflation• map your assets and liabilities• map your organisation’s capabilities and capacitiesThe research was conducted over the past 12 months. It is based on data from the NCVO Almanac together with sector surveys, research reports and input from staff and organisations in the sector.It was conducted in partnership with Charity Finance Group, Small Charities Coalition, NAVCA, Institute of Fundraising and Locality.You can download A financial sustainability review of the voluntary sector from NCVO in PDF. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis9 Only large charities have managed to increase income from government. Tagged with: NCVO recession Research / statistics small charities Joint research by six charity sector membership bodies has found that the charity sector’s income has not risen since 2009, and the sector is not enjoying the recent growth in the economy experienced by some other sectors.The charity sector has lost around £1.7 billion from cuts in government expenditure since 2009/10. From its peak of 2007/08 government expenditure with charities has dropped by £2 billion. When added to reductions in grant income, ‘tepid’ growth in public donations and inflation, charities will, on current projections, face a shortfall of £4.6 billion in income by 2018/19.According to the NCVO Voluntary Sector Almanac, “overall voluntary sector income has fallen from £42.1bn in 2007/08 to £40.7bn in 2013/14. This leaves the sector’s income at the same level as it was in 2009, following the financial crisis, or in 2006, eight years previously.”Small charities hit hardestThe report, ‘A financial sustainability review of the voluntary sector’, reveals that small and medium-sized charities have been hardest hit. Charities with incomes of between £100,000 and £1 million have seen the largest falls in their income and assets: together they have experienced a 38% reduction in income from government sources between 2007/08 and 2013/13. The largest increase in charity income is from charging individuals for services.Increases in individual giving will not offset the amount being lost in government funding and contracts.The rise in individual giving will not make up for the drop in government funding and income.Corporate giving will not be the solution either. The report confirms that“The private sector has not accounted for a significant part of the voluntary sector’s income over any period for which reliable data is currently available. In 2003/04, the private sector contributed a little over 2% of total voluntary sector income. In 2012/13, although income from the private sector had risen in absolute terms, it accounted for only 4.11% to the total voluntary sector’s income”. Advertisement Where charities have increased their income from individuals, this has been earned income rather than donated. Charities have worked to commercialise their services. Not all charities are in a position to do that.Nevertheless, income from individuals is “unlikely to compensate for the falls in income from government sources”. About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

  • Stop and listen before planning this year

    first_img 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Paul Robert Paul Robert has been helping financial institutions drive their retail growth strategies for over 20 years. Paul is the Chief Executive Officer for FI Strategies, LLC, a private consulting company … Web: fi-strategies.com Details For many of you, it’s strategic planning season – that time of year where you venture off to some exotic resort (or the local Hampton Inn) with the Board on a Saturday and chart the future of the credit union. Next, many of you, unfortunately, will transition into what some call “amnesia season” where we gradually forget everything we defined in strategic planning and slip back into day-to-day survival mode. It’s definitely not intentional but it certainly does happen to the best of us.Not only does your strategic success suffer but, most importantly, so does the success of your members and employees. One vital step you can take to help guard against this loss of focus is to base your tactical plans squarely on the current near-term needs of those employees and members. And a great way to crystalize this focus is through a culture assessment. In short, clearly identifying what’s working and not working in your regular member interactions. Identify what you need to do more frequently and better to make members and staff as happy as possible in the foreseeable future.“When you ask employees for their opinion, they’re usually very forthcoming with their thoughts, pain points, observations and ideas,” says Jayne Hitman, National Relationship Manager at CUNA’s Creating member Loyalty. “Gathering the voice of your employees can become the catalyst for higher retention, increased efficiencies, improved morale, greater employee loyalty, and increased member service.”When completing this assessment of your culture, focus primarily on three critical aspects:Member Perspective – even if you have a current VOM (Voice of the Member) in place, make sure to incorporate more of their “voices” into this assessment. Ask your employees what they hear from members. We all know that many members are not shy about expressing what they don’t like about their experiences with your credit union. Well, let’s make sure we capture those perspectives from the employees. After all, they’re the ones who have to endure the brunt of that feedback on a regular basis. But, don’t just be negative – capture the positive things staff hears from members, as well.Ease-of-Use – ask employees about their frustrations with their day-to-day performance. What’s keeping them from being optimally successful? What would they like to do more of? If they could change one thing, what would it be? Some of this will derive from the previous aspect – the member perspective – but others will come straight from the employees’ frustrations about your inefficient processes and operations. If a Loan Officer is frustrated with all the manual paperwork in your process, there’s a good chance your member is frustrated, too. If a Universal Teller is frustrated by how long a simple transaction takes, your member is probably equally frustrated. Etc.Employee Engagement – maintain your finger on the pulse of your employees, especially your member-facing ones. We all know how damaging turnover is to our credit union’s performance and that members don’t like talking to strange faces every time they come in or call. This assessment is an opportunity to catch those issues that become “dis-engagers” – the seemingly small things that’ll eventually lead employees to leave. Ask them about issues like teamwork, autonomy, recognition, coaching, and development … issues that are fundamental contributors to a highly engaged workforce. Learn how well you’re doing now so you can make modifications before it’s too late.“It’s amazing how when you have an honest conversation, really listen and encourage dialogue how much your employees will open up and share from their heart,” says Hitman. “If you’re not gathering the voice of your employees you run the risk of wasting time, efforts, and resources on those strategic and tactical plans.” Your culture assessment should consist of multiple components, including anonymous surveys and focus groups, and you should attempt to hear from every employee. When analyzing the results of your assessment, look for significant gaps in some very decisive areas of your organization:Front line to back officeOne branch to the nextContact Center to the branchesTop performers to low performersManagers to their direct reportsExecutives to everyone elseMembers to executivesStratifying the assessment is these ways will allow you to truly see the hottest of the hot-button issues and prioritize your tactical plans so you focus first on the issues that will drive the most positive and significant results. So, before investing heavily in any new technology or training initiative or culture transformation, capture the perspective of your employees and members. The assessment will take a little time to do (and, of course, there’s a right way and wrong way to do it) but it’ll be time well-spent because of the rich and actionable data that’ll be produced. Further, you’ll be showing your employees and, ultimately, members that you care about their perspective and success.If you need help or advice on how to complete this critical assessment process, let’s talk. My firm has worked with credit unions of every shape and size and conducted hundreds of these assessments. We’d be happy to get you on the right track with yours. We can be reached at www.fi-strategies.com/contact-us/ .last_img read more

  • Indian women keep tricolour flying in world chess

    first_imgChennai: Indian female chess players are keeping the nation’s flag flying high by figuring in the top ten in the world in two categories while the men are sliding down. As per the latest global rating list by FIDE-the global chess body, World Rapid Champion Koneru Humphy and Harika Dronavalli are ranked as world number three and nine respectively in the women’s section. In the girls section R. Vaishali is world number 10. Incidentally, no Indian male figures in the top ten in the world’s open section. Former World Champion V. Anand is ranked at 15 in the world, followed by Vidit Santosh Gujarati at 26th rank. Gujarati is now the second top most ranked player in India overtaking P. Harikrishna who had occupied that slot for a long time. IANSAlso Read: One body, two voter lists: The curious case of Indian chessAlso Watch: Body of unidentified person found hanging from tree in Lahorighat under Morigaon Districtlast_img read more

  • Sanchez admits to ‘rough’ start at United

    first_imgSantiago, Chile | AFP | Alexis Sanchez confessed on Wednesday to having had a “rough” start at Manchester United where he’s scored only once in 10 matches since his lucrative move from Arsenal in January.The diminutive Chilean forward has been in the eye of the storm with a string of below-par performances as United struggled in the Premier League and limped out of the Champions League at the hands of Sevilla this month.“It was a bit rough for me because it’s the first time I’ve changed a team in January,” Sanchez told reporters in Stockholm where Chile are preparing to face Sweden on Saturday.He said he had “expected something better” from himself during his first months under Jose Mourhino.“It’s been very difficult, we were out of the World Cup, I arrived at my club which was at the time Arsenal, I got injured,” reflected the 29-year-old, who at the start of the season was close to joining Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. “At one stage the transfer broke down, I didn’t go to the other team and at the end I’m in at a team that is United, one of the biggest in the world.”Away from United, Sanchez hopes to get back to winning ways with Chile in what will be Colombian coach Reinaldo Rueda’s first game in charge.The team has been hit by internal squabbling in the wake of their elimination from the World Cup, and goalkeeper Claudio Bravo’s refusal to go on the European tour.Sanchez said the team was “a family” and that Bravo was “keeping the door open” to a return to the national team.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

  • Olympia Arts Walk Releases Event Map and Schedule with New Design

    first_imgFacebook172Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of OlympiaOlympia Arts Walk is a semi-annual community event celebrating the arts.Spring Arts Walk will feature 156 artist listings, 92 registered venues, and 40 scheduled performances throughout downtown Olympia. Check out our new map design; created to help attendees navigate their experience, and highlight the range of activities happening throughout downtown. Thousands gather in downtown Olympia in both the Spring and Fall for a festive arts experience that uses creativity to connect and engage people. Many of our unique downtown businesses and organizations transform their spaces into creative hubs filled with art, demonstrations, and performances. In the streets and sidewalks you will find pop up performances and places to connect around almost every corner.Spring Arts Walk features the Procession of the Species Celebration produced by Earthbound Productions.The Procession of the Species Celebration creates cultural connections between communities and the natural world.Procession of the Species is Saturday, April 28, 2018 starting at 4:30 p.m.Also, be sure to attend the Luminary Procession Friday, April 27, 2018 at 9:30 p.m. (weather dependent)Visit www.procession.org for more information.Attendees are encouraged to carpool or take public transportation to and from the event. Please be aware of event related street closures and tow zones.Arts Walk is presented by the City of Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation Department and Olympia Arts Commission, with support from Art House Designs, Capitol City Press, Capitol Heating & Cooling, Heritage Bank, MIXX 96fm and Oly Arts.Maps available now at participating event locations.To download an Arts Walk map, and for event previews & highlights visit: www.olympiawa.gov/artswalklast_img read more


    first_imgFernando Perez12022191218%$856,040 Philip D’Amato561610629%$927,670 Alex Solis4075518%$310,654 Martin Pedroza103719147%$409,350 (Current Through Friday, June 19) (Current Through Friday, June 19) Rafael Bejarano16141292625%$1,899,342 William Spawr2944214%$141,870 MOTOWN MEN EYES RICH GOLD CUP AT SANTA ANITABargain claim Motown Men, winner of the $150,000 Tiznow Stakes on May 23, is on course to face Catch a Flight and Moreno, the one-two finishers in the Grade II Californian Stakes on May 30, in the Grade I, $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita at 1 ¼ miles next Saturday, June 27.“We thought he might be a little bit knocked out coming out of the Tiznow,” trainer Ted H. West said, “because he had run three bang-up races in six weeks, so everything would have had to go perfect to make the Gold Cup five weeks after his last race.“But so far, so good. He recently worked 59 and one and just did it awesome, and came back six furlongs last Sunday in 1:11.40, so if everything goes absolutely perfect from here, we’ll take a shot against the big boys.”Motown Men is expected to have his final pre-Gold Cup breeze on Sunday. He was claimed for $40,000 three starts before the Tiznow and has earned $148,000 since. Doug F. O’Neill9418161119%$782,738 Carla Gaines2444217%$210,530 Joseph Talamo13724142518%$990,428 AMERICAN PHAROAH BACK ON TRACK             Triple Crown winnerAmerican Pharoah returned home to Santa Anita on Thursday but returned to the track just this morning. With regular exercise rider Georgie Alvarez aboard, ‘Pharoah’ proceeded to the track at about 7:15 a.m. Saturday morning with assistant trainer Jimmy Barnes and pony “Sunny” in tow. The most popular horse in the world got to stretch his legs as he jogged once around the one mile main track going the wrong way. Kept close to the outside fence, “Pharoah” returned to trainer Bob Baffert’s Barn 5 with Barnes and Sunny leading the way.Though his next race has yet to be determined, American Pharoah will parade between races next Saturday, June 27. Gary Stevens2563524%$583,300 Edwin Maldonado8410141412%$410,576 Santiago Gonzalez94916810%$414,594 Martin Garcia4094723%$339,010 Vann Belvoir4957710%$187,030 Jerry Hollendorfer63717811%$565,764 Felipe Valdez9881598%$365,640 Kristin Mulhall2345017%$118,050 Bruce Headley1451236%$128,890 Bob Baffert2672527%$327,570 Tyler Baze19631313016%$1,749,620 Richard Baltas56177430%$865,260 Brayan Pena6062310%$128,750 Michael Machowsky2655319%$148,310 Tim Yakteen1854028%$165,630 Flavien Prat14021271615%$1,355,830 Tiago Pereira721113715%$484,110 Peter Miller7918171023%$707,280 Richard E. Mandella411111427%$835,240 John W. Sadler651291118%$696,504 John Brocklebank1544127%$181,540 AMERICAN PHAROAH JOGS ON MAIN TRACK MOTOWN MEN WORKING FOR GOLD CUP AT SANTA ANITAFANS CAN SEE ‘PHAROAH’ LIVE AT SANTA ANITA JUNE 27VICTOR ESPINOZA CAMPAIGNS ON ‘HOPE’ AND REALITY Mike Puype58812714%$490,040 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Gonzalo Nicolas9567156%$247,208 Mark Glatt5267912%$281,564 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won AMERICAN PHAROAH ON PARADE JUNE 27Trainer Bob Baffert will treat Southern California fans to their first openly public viewing of America’s newest Triple Crown winner on Gold Cup at Santa Anita Day, next Saturday, June 27 as American Pharoah will parade between races.“We want to thank American Pharoah’s owner, Ahmed Zayat, and his trainer, Bob Baffert, for being so incredibly generous in sharing this horse with fans from coast to coast,’ said Santa Anita Chairman Keith Brackpool. “We’re excited to present him to the public on June 27. It should make for a tremendous day for those joining us on track and on television throughout the world.”In addition to a blockbuster card that includes the Grade I, $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita, the Grade I, $300,000 Triple Bend Stakes, the Grade II, $200,000 Royal Heroine Stakes and the Grade III, $100,000 Senorita Stakes, all fans will receive an officially licensed “American Pharoah Triple Crown Champion” T-shirt free with paid admission and Santa Anita Thoroughbreds Club membership. (Thoroughbreds Club signups will be available free at all T-shirt distribution locations).NBCSN will televise the Gold Cup live from 5 to 6 p.m. Pacific Time.ESPINOZA CONTINUES SUPPORT OF CITY OF HOPEFor Victor Espinoza, everything is different and everything’s the same since becoming a household name after riding American Pharoah to Triple Crown victories in the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes.The self-proclaimed “Happy Mexican” still has that same ready smile and low-profile persona, but he’s nobody’s fool. He recognizes his every move will now be subject to scrutiny.“Everything is good, everything is under control,” Espinoza said. “There’s a lot ofexcitement and I’ve been keeping busy doing different things, but I know there is more pressure on me than before because now everyone is focused on me and what I’m doing.“Now every time I make a mistake, people will know about it (laughing).”That won’t prevent Espinoza from keeping things in perspective. Despite the whirlwind PR commitments, he maintains support of his No. 1 charity, the City of Hope in Duarte. He grossed $80,000 from his Belmont victory, and donated a good portion of that to City of Hope.“I had to pay taxes and my agent (Brian Beach), but whatever I earned for myself from the Belmont, I gave to City of Hope.“Those kids are so young to be dealing with cancer. But it’s not just kids. Older people, too. I’ve been to City of Hope several times, and I do what I can because they all need help and I can provide some.“That disease is terrible. Your health is your most important thing.”FINISH LINES: Victor Espinoza will make a special appearance and ride on the $1.175 million Summit of Speed program at Gulfstream Park on Sunday, July 5. “I’m very much looking forward to a return to South Florida and Gulfstream Park,” Espinoza said in a statement. “If I remember right, my last time there was the Breeders’ Cup of 1999.” The 43-year-old native of Mexico rode Kirkwall to an eighth-place finish behind Silic in the 1999 Breeders’ Cup Mile…The City of Sierra Madre will be giving Espinoza, a resident of Sierra Madre, a special commendation for his part in winning the Triple Crown at its next City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 23. The Triple Crown winning jockey will also be honored with a convertible ride in the annual Sierra Madre Fourth of July Parade this year. The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m. Mario Gutierrez5093818%$406,388 Hector O. Palma1642225%$133,910 Eddie Truman2072335%$284,928 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Victor Espinoza3486624%$548,000 Mike Smith4188520%$664,596 Drayden Van Dyke11215131213%$637,498 Robertino Diodoro2864321%$232,380last_img read more

  • Nematode resistance in soybeans beneficial even at low rates of infestation

    first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Each spring, tiny roundworms hatch and wriggle over to the nearest soybean root to feed. Before farmers are even aware of the belowground infestation, the soybean cyst nematode silently begins to wreak havoc on soybean yield.Fortunately, breeders have identified soybean varieties with genetic resistance to the nematodes and have used them to create new resistant varieties. As you might expect, resistant varieties yield more than susceptible ones when SCN is in the soil. But, until now, it wasn’t clear whether that yield advantage held up at low SCN infestation rates.“The University of Illinois has been organizing a regional testing program of university-developed experimental soybean lines through funding from the United Soybean Board. In the last decade, we have collected data on agronomic performance, including yield, but also data on the resistance of the lines as well as on SCN pressure in the field. We’ve built up a massive dataset from these tests,” said Brian Diers, University of Illinois soybean breeder.By looking at 11 years of data from 408 sites around the Midwest, the researchers found that there was a yield advantage for SCN resistance even at low infestation levels — as low as 20 eggs per 100 cubic centimeters of soil. In environments with no SCN infestation, the team saw evidence of yield drag, where resistant varieties yielded slightly less than susceptible ones.“But most fields in the Midwest do have at least some infestation,” Diers said. “So, in most cases, there’s little justification in planting susceptible varieties to avoid that potential yield drag.”The most common source of SCN resistance is from a soybean accession known as PI 88788. It is well known that SCN is increasing in its ability to overcome 88788-resistance throughout the Midwest. The researchers wanted to find out if varieties with 88788-resistance are still able to produce high yields despite mounting pressure from nematodes.Using the same large dataset, the researchers found that those varieties still provide at least enough moderate resistance to produce good yields.“For me, it’s a message to the soybean community that the sky hasn’t fallen, that 88788-resistance is, on average, working well in most fields,” Diers said.Diers cautions that other sources of resistance, such as Peking or 437654, are better choices in fields where SCN is able to overcome 88788-resistance at a high level. However, he also notes that those varieties are harder to find.“Farmers should rotate soybeans with a non-host crop such as corn, and also, if possible, with soybean varieties that have SCN resistance from alternative sources,” Diers said.The article, “Impact of soybean cyst nematode resistance on soybean yield,” is published in Crop Science. The research was supported by the United Soybean Board.last_img read more

  • Punjab CM slams Canada for supporting Khalistani movement

    first_imgPunjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Monday accused the Canadian government of overt and covert support to the Khalistani movement, citing a 2018 public report released by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and expressed concern over the fact that anti-India threat-related activities had been on the rise within Canada. In a statement released in Chandigarh, Capt. Amarinder said the CSIS report pointed out the anti-India activities constituted a threat not only to India but also to Canada too. He said support to any kind of violence or terrorism would eventually be devastating for the global community, including nations blatantly backing them.Capt. Amarinder urged the BJP-led government at the Centre to take serious cognizance of these reports and disclosures to mount global pressure on Canada to put an end to the use of its soil to unleash terror against India, particularly the Sikh community being targeted by the Khalistani terrorists. “India had, for too long, been soft towards Canada and needed to crack its whip aggressively, even seek UN sanctions if needed, to end the growing threat once and for all.” The CM also expressed concern over the manipulation and disinformation being spread on social media to influence the young and vulnerable sections of the Sikh community against India. “The Indian government should take urgent and strong steps to control and counter such misuse of the social media,” he said. Capt. Amarinder also cited the findings of the John Major Commission into the 1985 Kanishka bombing, released a few years ago, as a clear endorsement of Canada’s failure to act against the Khalistanis operating from its soil.last_img read more

  • CEU Scorpions ‘overachieved’ despite loss to Cignal in finals

    first_imgJK Casiño. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netFor Centro Escolar University coach Yong Garcia, there’s no shame in losing to Cignal HD in the 2017 PBA D-League Foundation Cup Finals.After all, even he did not expect his side to make it this far in his first conference at the helm.ADVERTISEMENT WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Read Next “I think we overachieved,” he said, after the Hawkeyes dealt the Scorpions a 79-69 Game 2 defeat.“I’m so proud of my players because they always gave their best and that’s the reason why we made it in this stage.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutWith the decks stacked against them, CEU shocked top-seed Flying V in the semifinals to arrange the date against Cignal behind the heroics of Rod Ebondo and the troika of guards in JK Casiño, Aaron Jeruta, and Orlan Wamar.Unfortunately, that dream run didn’t get a happy ending as the Hawkeyes swept CEU in the best-of-three championship series, 2-0. MOST READ Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments LIST: Class, gov’t work suspensions during 30th SEA Gamescenter_img Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses SEA Games: PH’s Alisson Perticheto tops ice skating short program UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Though Garcia rued the missed chance, the youthful mentor shared that he’s hopeful that the Scorpions picked up valuable lessons through the course of the campaign.“I just told them that every time we’re given these kinds of opportunities, we have to grab it. We can’t be content and we have to continue giving our best to make it to the next level,” he said.Garcia will now prepare CEU for its title retention bid in the UCBL.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief SEA Games: Centeno, Amit on course for 9-ball gold medal battlelast_img read more

  • Marcial eyes Olympic gold before going pro

    first_imgPussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding John Marvin and Felix Marcial. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netEumir Marcial is undoubtedly one of the most illustrious amateur Filipino boxers of his generation, winning two gold medals in the Southeast Asian Games and one in the International Boxing Association Youth World Boxing Championships.Despite his daunting resume in the amateurs, the 22-year-old middleweight doesn’t see himself fighting in the professional ranks in the near future.ADVERTISEMENT Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics PLAY LIST 00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Read Next MOST READcenter_img “I’m really happy that I got awarded again, this is just a little one but I’m hoping I can get the big one,” said Marcial. “I won’t stop until I get that Athlete of the Year award.”Marcial added he’s preparing for the 2018 Asian Games that will be held in Jakarta, and part of his preparation is competing in the World Series of Boxing where he’s part of the British Lionhearts team. LATEST STORIES “As of now, I don’t see myself going pro, because my goal really is the Olympics and I’m really dreaming of getting the gold,” said Marcial in Filipino during the PSA Awards Tuesday at Manila Hotel.“First I must win the Olympics, then I’ll go pro.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutMarcial and SEA Games teammate John Nobel Tupas Marvin were given special awards for their gold medals in the 2017 Southeast Asian Games.The award Marcial received on Wednesday was his fourth overall from the PSA, and he plans to add the biggest trophy the Philippines’ sports writers give out yearly—the Athlete of the Year. Westbrook hits 30 in OT clincher as Thunder top Mavs AFP official booed out of forum Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more