13 to be Selected for Winward Women’s Cricket Game

first_img Tweet Thirteen national female cricketers will be selected to represent Dominica at the Winward Islands Women’s Cricket Competition at the end of this month.Public Relations Officer of the Dominica Cricket Association., Augustine Pascal, says eliminations begin right away. “The Dominica Cricket association has invited a number of female cricketers for training. The trainings will take place at Jolly John Playing Field in Kalinago Territory and at the Botanic Gardens in Roseau on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and on Saturdays at the Benjamin Park in Portsmouth. At the end of it all, thirteen players will be selected to represent Dominica in this competition,” he reported.The tournament takes place in St. Lucia from the Jan 31 to Feb 7th in St Lucia.Meantime all teams and clubs will be meeting on Thursday, January 9th, from 5pm in anticipation of this event and other cricketing activities.The meeting takes place at the office at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium. Sharing is caring! Share 41 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share EntertainmentLocalNewsRegional 13 to be Selected for Winward Women’s Cricket Game by: – January 8, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

Radomes for Concealment of 5G mm-Wave Radios

first_imgStealth antenna and cell tower solutions provider, Raycap | STEALTH has introduced a new patent-pending solution for use in the concealment of 5G mmWave small cell sites. Fabricated from a heavy-duty, RF friendly material, Raycap’s STEALTH InvisiWave products are capable of covering and hiding mmWave radios attached to street light poles, on rooftops or other structures, without interfering in radio performance. The material has been thoroughly tested to identify beamforming impact, from sub 6 GHz frequencies up to 52 GHz bands making it backward compatible as well as future proof, and has been approved for use on 5G networks by major U.S. operators. It is available for both STEALTH radomes (pole toppers, pole shrouds) and panel solutions (rooftop, screen walls, chimney concealments) for new site builds and retrofit projects.For the next generation of wireless deployments, small cell sites featuring 5G mmWave radios (28 GHz + 39 GHz) are going to be more widely installed for network densification purposes. When placed in a community’s right-of-way, full or partial concealment solutions may be necessary to hide the radios within a pole or other structure. Raycap’s STEALTH concealments using InvisiWave will help with city approvals and can speed up the deployment process. According to Kelly Richards, Raycap Senior Vice President for Telecom Sales, North America, the availability of the groundbreaking new material will help carriers build out their 5G networks more quickly and effectively.With the new solution, the concealment of 5G sites can be achieved. Prior to its release, the industry had struggled to achieve a mmWave solution that could hide the radios / antennas without affecting performance.Raycap, a global solutions provider with sales and operations throughout Europe and North America, manufactures infrastructure, connectivity and industrial surge protection products for telecommunications, energy, transportation and other industrial applications. In June 2018, it acquired STEALTH Concealment Solutions, the founder of wireless concealment. Its telecom concealment solutions are marketed under the STEALTH brand, while surge protection brands include Strikesorb, SafeTec and ProTec. All of these now operate under Raycap.Click here to know more about Raycap’s STEALTH InvisiWave.last_img read more

Buckeyes Beat Up By #2 Michigan State 91-76 in East Lansing

first_img Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related TopicsMichigan StateOhio State Matt Loedecenter_img It was not a pretty day for the Buckeyes in Easy Lansing, as Michigan State beat up Ohio State 91-76, dropping the Buckeyes Men’s team to 19-12 overall on the season, 11-7 in the Big Ten.The Spartans seem to be catching fire at the right time, they are 26-5 overall and 13-5 in Big Ten play, and have won 10 of their last 11 games, good enough for the number two seed in the upcoming conference tournament.Ohio State had no answer for Denzel Valentine, who put in 27 points and also had a career high 13 assists in the win. Junior forward Marc Loving led the Buckeyes with 21 points in the loss, eight points over his season average. Michigan State was lights out from the field, shooting 66 percent in the win (34-for-51).JaQuan Lyle had 18 points and Kam Williams added 15 in the setback for Ohio State, who has played better, winning five of their last seven, with both losses against Michigan State.When asked if the Buckeyes have to win four games in Indianapolis to get in the NCAA tournament, Buckeyes coach Thad Matta was simple in his reply.“I haven’t thought that far ahead,” he said.last_img read more

Tommies Rout Blazers

first_img 720p HD St. Thomas routed St. Ben’s basketball 79-35 today in St. Paul. St. Thomas led 36-15 at halftime.Anne Dittberner had 5 points for the Blazers. St. Ben’s falls to 7-1 overall and 3-1 in the MIAC.St. Ben’s will play at UW-Eau Claire at 7pm Tuesday. Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 360p 1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56892 1080p HDlast_img read more