The 30-year-old, who has made 156 appearances during his six-year BBL career, has decided to turn his attention to helping develop young basketball athletes at the Bristol Metropolitan Academy.Owen has also confirmed he will spend his eighth year with the club competing for the men’s second team, who last season won promotion into NBL Division three South after finishing top of Division four South West with a record of 17-3.”It’s been a really difficult decision for me to make,” Owen revealed to Bristol Flyers TV.“Throughout the years, Flyers have progressed from NBL Division one into the BBL and it’s been a huge part of my life.”It feels really strange at the moment, but I’m excited about the future and I know the club is in good hands.”To play in the BBL you need to give 100% commitment all of the time and that’s something that I can’t give anymore.”I feel like I’ve done my bit to help the club to where it is today and now it’s time for me to watch from the sidelines.”I always knew that there would be a time where I’d step away from Flyers at the BBL level, but Flyers II have made a really big impact so far and my goal is to now try and move them up into Division one, so that Bristol really will become one of the top clubs in the country.”A lot of young players can develop from playing at that level and it can really prepare them to make the step up to the BBL.”
Dan Thomas’ late try earned Pat Lam’s side a losing bonus-point at Twickenham last weekend, as Bath took the derby spoils, while Saracens overcame Newcastle Falcons at Allianz Park thanks to tries from Sean Maitland, Max Malins and Nick Tompkins. Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s clash.
Rugby League Lae Snax Tigers coach Stanley Tepend has named a 19-man squad for the Melanesia Cup clash against 2019 Fiji premiers Ravoravo Rabbitohs at Churchill Park, Lautoka in Fiji this Saturday at 4pm (2pm PNG time). The 2019 Digicel Cup premiers 19-man squad: Sonny Wabo, Enoch Sine, Jokedi Bire, Roderick Tai, Anderson Benford, Mark Tony, Nathen Milli, Roy Kela, Noel Joel, Sylvesta Namo, Butler Morris, Tiger Emeri, Ishmael Balkawa, Weser Tenza, Joejoe Wallamas, John Andy ©, Sedric Maima, Joshua Lau and Nicky Aure. The notable omissions from the 2019 winning side are Joe Joshua, Charlie Simon, Mark Piti and Junior Rop who are part of the 2020 SP PNG Hunters squad. The team leaves for Fiji today and is expected to return next Monday (March 2). The PNG National Rugby League Competition manager Stanley Hondina said 2019 runners-up Kroton Hela Wigmen have arranged at their own expense to travel to Fiji. They will play a curtain raiser game against Fiji Silktails at 2pm (12 noon PNG time) as a pre-season trial match.
OXFORD — Ole Miss will kick off its Oct. 17 road game against Memphis at 11 a.m.Ole Miss will kick off against Memphis at 11 a.m. on Oct. 17.It will be the Rebels’ second consecutive 11 a.m. kick and third this season, joining the season opener against UT-Martin. The game will be the Rebels’ first appearance on ABC since Sept. 6, 2008, and the 32nd time in program history.The Rebels (4-1, 2-1 Southeastern Conference) is No. 13 in this week’s Amway Coaches Poll, while Memphis (5-0, 2-0 American Athletic Conference) is No. 25. The Rebels are 48-10-2 against Memphis, which includes last year’s 24-3 home win.Ole Miss plays host to New Mexico State for homecoming Saturday at 11 a.m., while Memphis has a bye this weekend.Contact Daniel Paulling at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @DanielPaulling on Twitter.
Martin Gould made an outstanding break of 136 in the deciding frame to win his opening match at the General Cup in Hong Kong on Monday.Pinner’s world number 24 held his nerve to see off the challenge of China’s Zhang Anda in the first of three round-robin matches this week.Gould made an explosive start with a break of 135 in frame two but saw his 3-1 lead eroded in the best-of-seven encounter.AdChoices广告Zhang, ranked 48 places below Gould, hit back with some solid potting but the west Londoner saved his best for last with his second century.Gould faces Michael White on Tuesday and Joe Perry on Wednesday in his last tournament before next week’s UK Championship. See also:Gould’s Hong Kong hopes in balance after whitewashGould crashes out in Hong Kong after Perry defeat Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Do not do work for free. You have a talent/skill that others don’t have, do NOT sell your self short. Do not give your original artwork to the client. If they want the artwork, you sell it to them. A photographer never gives away the negative, you have to purchase it, so should it be with the logo you create for a client. You ask them what they want, when they approve it you take it to the printer, and get the buisness cards, etc. done. Never tell your client where you get them printed, otherwise that puts you out of buisness. They don’t need to know that. As far as a first job, hey charge $50, if you’ve never done it before. But also when you do a job, have a contract, and especially have a cancellation fee, so that you get paid for what you’ve done, you always should have payment up front, and a payment schedule. Have a valid contract. I’ve made these mistakes before. I know it’s hard for new comers who want to do logos etc., don’t charge by the hour. I had a teacher who’s been a graphic artist for 20 years tell me recently – and that’s where a lot of this info comes from – that she has three prices, $250, $500, $1000. Each one comes with different perks like I think the first one has two revisions, the second 3, and the $1000 gets the most work. I hope that helps. gordie_delini Please, please don’t do the work for free, don’t even do it for merchandise or apparel. Do it for a fee of some sorts. If you do it completely pro bono, clients will think they can get any work for free, which is not the case (if it’s family, then I believe it can slide).With a lot of these up and coming “logo-sites” charging $50 -$100 for logos, it waters down the overall design job and work suffers as a whole, since everyone is trying to put out the cheapest price. Tell the client straight up what the rate is for the artwork and rights to the artwork you create. Don’t be discouraged about charging a higher fee (higher than those logo.com sites), just let them know through the work it will be 1st rate, and not a mass produced piece of garbage. Share this post 0 how much do you charge someone when you make a Frenchie Followers 0 gordie_delini By Eye, August 11, 2006 in Sports Logo News Recommended Posts Initialisms Suck All Activity 2,826 5,704 posts Posted August 11, 2006 DDR 2,826 I’m not a professional, but I like to mess around with word-art and auto shapes, so I generally just give my work away for free (just for the exposure.) You’ve probably seen my most recent project. I can’t mention the client’s name, but their requirements were for a navy and yellow “buffalo themed object.” (Hint – there’s a few threads about it on this forum.) I think this one could jumpstart my career. Members Share on other sites 58 0 0 Members how much do you charge someone when you make a Link to post RedEye BBTV 0 Posted August 12, 2006 Link to post Posted August 11, 2006 See the Graphic Artist Guild’s Guide to Professional Standards and Practices Members JohnnyFriedRice Share on other sites Share on other sites DDR Sports Logos 58 Members 5,241 posts 0 We [are all] some A-T-L Thrashers 0 BBTV Eye Share this post Good Brother 0 Link to post Link to post 61 Sign in to follow this This topic is now closed to further replies. 5 Posted August 12, 2006 Posted August 12, 2006 See the Graphic Artist Guild’s Guide to Professional Standards and Practices Hint: for your fisrt job, make sure you bill enough to afford to buy the “Graphic Artist Guild’s Guide to Professional Standards and Practices” Handbook… Which, ironicaly has a very ugly piece of art on the cover… Posted August 11, 2006 0 oddball Posted August 12, 2006 0 Posted August 12, 2006 Location:NC how much do you charge someone when you make a Share this post 0 18,010 Followers 0 Frenchie Share this post 13,184 posts 18,010 130 4,808 posts Members 5 creativelysain 58 Go To Topic Listing 2,826 780 posts Members 452 posts SportsLogos.Net Sign in to follow this Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Share on other sites creativelysain NNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!! Link to post More ORANGE! Link to post Sports Logo News For those of you who are professionals, how much do you charge when you make a logo for someone? Do you charge by the hour, or just for the whole amount of time it takes you to make the logo? I’m just curious and want to see what is a good price range if I ever need a logo or decide to make a logo for someone. Share on other sites 8,662 posts 46,552 posts JohnnyFriedRice Share on other sites 18,010 Eye Forums Home 201 130 I’m in school for Copywriting and am taking this required “branding” class where we have to remake a brand’s identity. The brand is a not-for-profit company that exists solely on effort and donations. Anyway, the logo turned out pretty good and I was going to “donate” it because of the nature of the business. Should I still charge an arbitrary fee? 61 Share on other sites 0 Members Share this post Share this post Sports Logo News 0 Share this post 0 201 oddball Location:Saint Louis gordie_delini Share on other sites Members 58 Share this post 58 just because an organization is a not-for-profit doesn’t mean they’re all volunteers and don’t have cash. I’ve done some work for and will continue to do work for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – a charitable organization that is a non-profit. Guess what – I charged them my normal design rate, and they paid it, no problems whatsoever. Again, you are still providing a specialized service and deserve to get paid for the services you provide (a hard lesson I’ve had to learn myself). 466 posts Location:Toronto, ON, Canada Link to post If you’re new and unproven and have never made a logo for someone, do it for free. Gain experience an contacts, tell people to refer people to you, network, etc. gordie_delini Share this post Members Sports Logos 4,808 posts 201 Posted August 12, 2006 Location:15 minutes due west of Disneyland. All Activity RedEye 130 Banned 0 Share on other sites Forums Home 0 61 Link to post 58 SportsLogos.Net Posted August 12, 2006 Link to post 5 0
Sixteen teams are poised to battle in the Conference phase of the Zenith Bank Women Basketball League which dunks off on Monday, September 30, 2019, in Ibadan and the Federal Capital Territory. Emerging from the group stages of the League, the sixteen teams have been divided into the Atlantic and Savannah Conferences to compete according to the Secretary-General of the Nigeria Basketball Federation, Afolabi-Oluwayemi Olabisi. In the Atlantic Conference in Ibadan, the bitter rivalry between 2018 Zenith Women’s League champions, First Bank under Lateef Erinfolami and the Peter Ahmedu tutored Dolphins Basketball Club is expected to continue with a battle for a place in the National Final 8.MFM Basketball Club which narrowly lost in the 3rd place game during the 2018 edition will be the team to watch out for as well as Ogun Babes and Oluyole Babes.Sunshine Angels of Akure and Delta Force complete the Atlantic Conference.In the Savannah Conference, newbies, Nigerian Army Amazons who remained unbeaten after 12 games will face Kaduna Angels, Taraba Hurricanes and Adamawa Flames who all emerged from the Zaria Centre. Other teams in the Savannah Conference include Air Warriors who only lost one game out of 14 alongside 2018 Zenith Bank Women’s Basketball League bronze medalists, Nigerian Customs, Plateau Rocks and Black Gold Queens. The Conference phase ends Tuesday, October 8, 2019.Related
This week in esports we have seen a whole host of interesting stories. GLL announced a partnership with PUBG Corporation to host a new PUBG Classic event and the LEC have added yet another sponsor to their belt in the form Red Bull. As always, we’ve put together the biggest and best stories from the past week. We have a twice-weekly newsletter that informs you of every significant happening in the business and industry side of esports, feel free to subscribe here.Call of Duty franchise spots reportedly going for $25 millionPhoto credit: MLGInvestors and teams are going to have to pay $25 million (£18.7 million) to purchase a spot in the upcoming Call of Duty franchised league, according to a report from ESPN.Activision Blizzard Esports Leagues has reportedly begun the sales process for the recently-confirmed league, having met with existing professional Call of Duty teams and Overwatch League ownership groups in the past week.Read the full article here. LEC adds Red Bull as official energy drink supplierRiot Games‘ premier European League of Legends competition LEC has announced Red Bull as its official energy drink supplier for the 2019 Spring and Summer Splits.This deal will see LEC and Red Bull team up to host activations during live events and the finals of both splits.Read the full article here. ESL Mobile Open launches with AT&T as founding sponsorImage credit: ESLESL has launched an mobile esports league with AT&T acting as its founding sponsor.The ESL Mobile Open is aimed at amateur players, giving them opportunities to compete in stadiums around the United States at DreamHack and ESL One events.Read the full article here.GLL partners with PUBG Corporation to host GRAND SLAM: PUBG ClassicImage Credit – G-LootG-Loot’s Battle Royale brand GLL are partnering with PUBG Corporation to host a new PUBG Classic event, GLL GRAND SLAM: PUBG Classic.The multi-regional tournament will be held in Stockholm from July 19-21 at the Nordic region’s largest exhibition center: Stockholmsmässan. The event will include the 16 top teams from North America, Europe, Oceania, and Latin America.Read the full article here.
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Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1: Turloughmore V Kilconieron 7:30pm Duggan Park, Ref: Brian Keon print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Sat 28 Sep Senior B Hurling Championship Relegation: Abbeyknockmoy V Ahascragh/Fohenagh 4pm Duggan Park Ref: C Browne (Loser to Intermediate)Senior A Relegation: Castlegar V Kilnadeema-Leitrim 2pm Loughrea Ref: M Haverty (Loser to Senior B)Senior Hurling Championship Pre-Lim Quarter Final: Liam Mellows V Oranmore-Maree 4:45pm Pearse Stadium, Ref: Alan Kelly Senior A Relegation: Portumna V Gort 3.30pm Loughrea Ref: G Donoghue (Loser to Senior B)Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2: Annaghdown V An Spidéal 3pm Pearse Stadium, Ref: Shane Hynes; Meelick-Eyrecourt V Rahoon-Newcastle 5.30pm Duggan Park Ref: Michael Conway Sun 29 Sep Senior Hurling Championship Pre-Lim Quarter Finals: Tommy Larkins V Athenry 1:30pm Loughrea, Ref: Paul Fahy; Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry V Craughwell 3pm Kenny Park, Ref: John Keane; Cappataggle V Clarinbridge 4:45pm Kenny Park, Ref: Liam Gordon Fri 27 Sep