Todd Witchall appointed Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer of Electronics Group for Crane Aerospace & Electronics

first_imgCrane Aerospace & Electronics announced the name of their new Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of the Electronics Group, Todd Witchall. In this role, Witchall will report directly to Bob Tavares, President of Crane Electronics Group.  Witchall will be responsible for Finance, Accounting and Information Technology for all of the Electronics Groups locations including Beverly, Massachusetts, Chandler, Arizona, Ft. Walton Beach, FL, Redmond, WA, West Caldwell, New Jersey, Kaohsiung, Taiwan and San Jose, Costa Rica. His primary location will be Redmond. He has been with Lockheed Martin since early 2000, where he was hired into their Financial Development Leadership Program and was progressively promoted into various positions with more responsibility. In one of his positions, Witchall was a Lead Auditor on their internal audit team.  His latest position with Lockheed was Senior Business Operations Manager supporting a $500M revenue Electronics products business. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Financial Management and Economics and his Masters of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He will be relocating to the Seattle area after the Holiday season from the Minneapolis area. For mmore information please visit http://www.craneae.com/.last_img read more

Akwa United Confirm Ubong Friday’s Return

first_imgAkwa United have confirmed the return of forward, Ubong Friday to the club on a second stint ahead of the start of the 2019/2020 season.Speaking to busybuddiesng.com, Chairman of the two-time Federation Cup champions, Paul Bassey revealed the 26-year-old was back to team up with the club after spending a brief period in the Armenian League.“Ubong left. He went to Armenia, it did not work for him and he taught he should come back. He didn’t leave under any acrimony. We didn’t quarrel with him. He left on mutual consent. He went to try play in Europe and it did not work,” He said.The sexagenarian maintained the former had been given the benefit of doubt considering his fitness level was not in doubt.“He is still in form, why won’t we sign him. We re-signed him,” Bassey concluded.RelatedEverton’s Tactics And Formations: A Critical LookFebruary 7, 2019In “Akwa United”Ubong Friday Sends Message to Akwa United FaithfulsJanuary 16, 2019In “NPFl”NPFL: Everton Relieved as Akwa United Sweep Aside Go Round in Uyo (AUDIO)February 4, 2019In “NPFl”last_img read more

Done Deal: Leroy Sane To Join Bayern Munich

first_imgLeroy Sane will join Bayern Munich after Manchester City agreed a deal to sell the winger to the German champions.The deal that takes Sane back to his homeland will be for an initial £44.7m which could rise to £54.8m with add-ons.Sane, 24, joined City from Schalke in 2016 for £37m and has won two Premier League titles with the club.He integral in City’s all-conquering domestic run that saw them claimed a domestic treble last term but has spent much of this season out with a knee injury.His future at the club has looked increasingly bleak after he rejected City’s offer of a new contract.City boss Pep Guardiola confirmed that the club was resigned to losing the Germany international and would sell this summer if an acceptable offer was tabled.It appears that Bayern who have long been linked with the player and made a play for him prior to his injury last summer have now stumped up the cash for the winger.Reports say Sane will travel to Germany in the next 24 hours to complete the transfer.Although he is ineligible for Bayern in the Champions League this season, it is understood Sane will not return to City and has played his final game for the club.RelatedMan City Extend Fernandinho Contract As Sane Makes Injury ReturnJanuary 28, 2020In “England”Germany Are Losing Matches Because Of GuardiolaNovember 19, 2018In “Europe”Sane Misses Out On Germany World Cup SquadJune 4, 2018In “England”last_img read more

League focuses on junior development

first_imgRugby League BY SIMON KESLEP The Hanuabada community-based Poreporena Hanuabada junior development league ended round five games on Saturday at Konedobu oval. Match committee chairman Vaburi Heni said they currently have 16 teams participating in the U16 and U18 divisions. “One of our aims is set the development pathway for both boys U16 and U18,” said Heni. The games are into round five and teams are gearing up to make their presence felt by securing the top spots on the competition. Heni said the competition will go into recess after round eight games. Heni admitted they would also like to set the league as a selection pathway to their local village club –Hanuabada Hawks – participating in the Port Moresby rugby league competition. Games are usually played on Wednesdays and Saturdays. “We would also like to have support towards the competition before we go on break and resume on January next year,” Heni said.last_img read more

Chelsea fans on Twitter hail Traore after cup win

first_imgBertrand Traore in 1 year. African Footballer of the year.— Mutaurwa Musarurwa (@Mtaurwa) February 21, 2016 Also happy Bertrand traore is finally getting minutes & getting goals. Showed so much promised. Great to see him getting opportunities now.— Damien Marshall (@DamoMarshall81) February 21, 2016 Loving that in 7 matches Bertrand Traore has 3 goals. The boy is contributing. Hope he continues to grow. #CFC— Feteran Doña (@BreFrench) February 21, 2016 Betrand TRAORE. Becoming something we need. #cfc #chelseafc.— GregHart (@greghart689) February 21, 2016 3 goals in 3 for Bertrand Traore. Impressive hard working youngster, happy for the boy. #CFC— Shaurya (@ShauryaCFC) February 21, 2016 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Bertrand Traore has more goals this season than Radamel Falcao……— Shivam (@shivamLM) February 21, 2016 Bertrand Traore – mad talent in this guy. Really taking his chance #CFC pic.twitter.com/vBfKEsnGaE— Abiram J (@aj_cfc2) February 21, 2016 Chelsea fans on Twitter hailed Bertrand Traore after the youngster again showed his potential in the FA Cup win against Manchester City.Traore scored after coming on as a substitute and has now netted three times for the Blues – with all three goals coming in 5-1 victories. AdChoices广告last_img read more

Jorginho says he will bring something totally different to Chelsea

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook [/media-credit] Jorginho was recently signed from Napoli Chelsea new boy Jorginho believes he can offer something never seen before in the Premier League as the squad prepare to embrace the “wonderful work” of new boss Maurizio Sarri.Italian tactician Sarri and his squad, along with new assistant first-team coach Gianfranco Zola, touched down in Australia on Thursday ahead of Chelsea’s pre-season match against Perth Glory.The signing of midfielder Jorginho on a five-year contract from Napoli, for a fee of around £50m, sees the Brazil-born Italy international swiftly reunite with Sarri.AdChoices广告Jorginho is confident both he and Sarri – appointed on a three-year deal to replace compatriot Antonio Conte in the Stamford Bridge hotseat – can make an impact in their first campaigns in English football.“Today everyone watches the Premier League so I have watched plenty of it in my time. It is a fantastic league, the best in the world I think,” Jorginho said on the Chelsea website. [/media-credit] Maurizio Sarri pledged to “have fun” as Chelsea bosscenter_img “Perhaps my style of play is not something that is seen in England, I really hope that it is a good fit for the game over here and I will certainly be doing everything I can to make sure it works out.“I like playing just outside of my own penalty box, the player who receives the ball and organises the game.”Jorginho added: “Since I was little I was someone who always enjoyed challenges and for me this is just a huge challenge, professionally and personally.“It really inspires me, this opportunity to really have an experience and I am really excited about that opportunity.”During a press conference at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday, Sarri spoke of his desire to tackle a “difficult challenge, but a fascinating one”.Jorginho has no doubts about what qualities the former Napoli boss can bring.“He is someone who does wonderful work, he is right on top of everything that is going on on the pitch,” said Jorginho, who was also on Manchester City’s radar.“When the weekend comes around and you have a game, you start that game knowing how every situation is going to pan out on the field offensively and defensively, and that is something that really helps you in your work.“He is a very straightforward person, he is easy to communicate with, he is very approachable and that is something that also helps the players.” See also:Chelsea confirm Zola’s return as assistant bossBlues edging towards Rugani dealBalcombe and Chelsea duo play in England Under-19 drawBarcelona make Chelsea new offer for WillianAtletico interested in Chelsea striker GiroudJorginho ‘an exceptional player’ – Guardiolalast_img read more

Rift Rivals adds Alienware as North America vs Europe presenting sponsor

first_imgRiot Games has brought in gaming computer company Alienware as the presenting sponsor of Rift Rivals: North America vs. Europe.Alienware is already partnered with Riot Games for the LCS, LEC, Mid-Season Invitational, All-Star Event, and World Championship. Image credit: Riot GamesMatt Archambault, Head of Esports Partnerships & Business Development for North America at Riot Games discussed the sponsorship: “As an integral partner across the League of Legends and esports ecosystem, we’re delighted to have Alienware become the first-ever presenting sponsor of Rift Rivals. Given their commitments to both the LCS and LEC leagues, in addition to Global Events, we’re eager to level-up the event as our own Ryder Cup, complete with unique activations for both onsite fans and our viewers.”Taking place in Los Angeles, Rift Rivals: NA vs. EU will see the top three teams from both the LCS and LEC compete against each other over June 27-29th. Alienware will host its own fan event: an official watch party where fans can meet with professional players.Bryan DeZayas, Director of Marketing & Esports at Dell added: “As a partner collaborating actively with both the LCS and LEC, we are excited to expand our commitment to the League esports community through the support of Rift Rivals. We believe that with the success of Europe and North America at MSI, as well as the debut of features like ProView, this will be one of the most entertaining Rift Rivals to date. We’re excited to watch the matchups between the top two regions in the world and we look forward to seeing everyone at the watch party.”Esports Insider says: Alienware is a huge presence in Western League of Legends, having already been involved with LCS and LEC, so it makes sense for it to get involved with the event that’s effectively the intersection between the two competitions and regions.ESI London 2019 – Find out morelast_img read more

Grandparents share the love

first_imgBy ANEEKA SIMONIS THERE is no love like that showered from a grandparent. And luckily for Lang Lang newborn Ashton…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Connection sees community garden power on

first_imgA theft from the Pakenham Community Garden in early June left the green thumbs devastated and disappointed – but a…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Danielle Kutchel last_img

Mourinho’s Chelsea hold nerve for crucial win over Porto

first_imgBy Clare LovellJose Mourinho’s Chelsea earned much-needed relief from their domestic woes on Wednesday, beating his former club Porto 2-0 to top Champions League Group G.An 12th minute own goal which rebounded off Ivan Marcano under pressure from Diego Costa and a well-worked second half strike from Brazilian winger Willian ensured victory for the struggling English champions and sent Porto into the Europa League.Chelsea, cheered by a beaming owner Roman Abramovich, looked a different side from the one that have slumped to eight domestic defeats in 15 league games, including four at home.The result takes the pressure off Mourinho after intense speculation that the coach, who has won the Champions League with both Porto and Inter Milan, might lose his job if Chelsea failed to qualify for the knockout stages.Chelsea looked composed from the start and when Belgian forward Eden Hazard served Costa a perfectly weighted ball in the 12th minute, Iker Casillas in the Porto goal could only parry the Spain striker’s shot.With a slice of the luck that has deserted Chelsea so often this season, the ball rebounded off Porto defender Marcano and into the goal.Maicon dived desperately to try to clear the ball but the Turkish goal-line assistant referee signalled it had crossed the line and TV replays confirmed the decision.Chelsea began to play with more freedom and confidence and their impressive form paid off when a speedy passing move between Costa and Hazard in the 52nd minute found Brazilian Willian, who cracked a shot inside the near post beyond the diving Casillas.With Dynamo Kiev winning in the group’s other game, Porto needed to attack and Thibaut Courtois had to keep out strikes from Yacine Brahimi and Cristian Tello.A jubliant and relieved crowd celebrated a possible turning point in a turbulent season by chanting Mourinho’s name.last_img read more