Beau Lund March 4, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 3/5/18 Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONAtlanta 113, Phoenix 112Indiana 98, Washington 95Toronto 103, Charlotte 98New Orleans 126, Dallas 109Milwaukee 118, Philadelphia 110Sacramento 102, N.Y. Knicks 99L.A. Clippers 123, Brooklyn 120NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUENashville 4, Colorado 3; OT Florida 4, Philadelphia 1Anaheim 6, Chicago 3Vegas 3, New Jersey 2Minnesota 4, Detroit 1Winnipeg 3, Carolina 2Columbus 4, San Jose 2TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL(15) Michigan 75, (8) Purdue 66(10) Cincinnati 62, (11) Wichita St. 61(22) Saint Mary’s (Cal) 69, Pepperdine 66(25) Houston 81, UConn 71Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Source: Kudos BlendsThe new machine at workThe grant, which is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and supported by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership and Marches Growth Hub, is part of a £3million funding package which also includes the Marches Building Investment Grant.Programme manager Caroline Cattle said the grant programme, which launched earlier this year, could help companies across the Marches realise their domestic and international growth ambitions.“Companies across Herefordshire, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin can all benefit from this programme and we would urge any business which meets the criteria to investigate how it can help them,” Cattle added.Grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 are available under the programme, which is open to small and medium-sized companies across the region. The grant can contribute to up to 50% of the equipment cost and primarily covers B2B companies.Items purchased must exceed £500 in value and have a life expectancy of three years. Eligible projects must lead to the creation of at least one part-time job within six months or the creation of a new product or service to be used by other businesses. Source: Kudos BlendsRichard Farrington, product specialist, and Yvette Taylor, bakery project manager, with the new machineIngredients supplier Kudos Blends has secured an £8,160 small equipment grant to help purchase a texture analyser.The analyser is an essential part of the company’s plans for further growth because it provides ‘sophisticated scientific results’ about the way its products work, said Yvette Taylor, bakery projects manager at Kudos Blends. It provides data about the consistency and texture of baked products.Kudos, which is based in Shropshire and specialises in leavening agents, added that this advancement in testing technology had already led to the recruitment of a new member of staff.“Our mission is to supply the global bakery industry with healthier leavening agents that deliver the superior quality bakers expect from Kudos Blends. The credibility of the data from the texture analyser will give us further evidence that our products deliver the health benefits and quality that potential customers are looking to achieve,” said Taylor.
Â The semi final, first leg matches of the 2017 AITEO Cup competition will take placeÂ on SaturdayÂ with Cup holders FC IfeanyiUbah (men) and Rivers Angels (women) eyeing spots in the grand finale with the firm intention of defending their crowns.The Anambra Warriors are away to Niger Tornadoes at the Confluence Stadium, Lokoja but must be wary of a side that has not lost a match in the confluence city since moving home there two seasons ago.Tornadoes bumped Nigeria Professional Football League champions Plateau United in the quarter â€“finals, winning 2-0 in Lokoja and leading by the same margin in Jos before the homers drew level in the second period.The other semi final is between 2015 champions Akwa United FC of Uyo and Sunshine Stars of Akure, with the first leg setting the city of Ijebu-Ode on edgeÂ on Saturday.In the womenâ€™s competition, champions Rivers United, who were given a good run by Edo Queens in the Round of 8 before winning on penalties after 180 minutes of scoreless action, tango with Bayelsa Queens in Nembe.Ibom Angels, conquerors of Pelican Stars in the quarter â€“finals, host Confluence Queens, restored to the competition following a successful protest against Abia Angels, in Uyo.Â SEMI FINAL PAIRINGS (1stÂ Leg)Â WOMENBayelsa Queens Vs Rivers Angels (Nembe)Ibom Angels Vs Confluence Queens (Uyo)Â MENNiger Tornadoes Vs FC IfeanyiUbah (Lokoja)Sunshine United Vs Akwa United (Ijebu-Ode)First leg matches:Â Saturday, 30thÂ September 2017Â SEMI FINAL Pairings (2ndÂ Leg)Â WOMENRivers Angels Vs Bayelsa Queens (Port Harcourt)Confluence Queens Vs Ibom Angels (Lokoja)Â MENFC IfeanyiUbah Vs Niger Tornadoes (Nnewi)Akwa United Vs Sunshine Stars (Uyo)Â Second leg matches:Â Wednesday, 4thÂ October 2017Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram AITEO CUP