Vipers come from behind to pile more misery on SC Villa

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first_imgSseninde (left) and Waiswa (right) celebrating Vipers’ third goal against Villa on Wednesday (Photo by Vipers’ media)Startimes Uganda Premier LeagueSc villa 1-3 vipersMandela National Satdium, NambooleWednesday, 24-10-2018NAMBOOOLE – Ten-man Vipers SC defeat SC villa 3-1 away from home in the StarTimes Uganda premier league game on Wednesday at Mandela National Stadium.The hosts were the first to score through Habib kavuma in the 27th minute but their advantage was wiped out three minutes to the break as last season’s top Daniel Sserunkuma converted from close range to make it 1-1.Sserukuma had earlier had a goal disallowed for offside when he made a perfect connection to Duncan Sseninde’s cross into the area.A minute into the second half, Abraham Ndugwa who was making his first league start in a Venoms’ shirt scored a beauty off Noah Wafula’s cross. The former Masavu FC Captain connected with the ball via a scorpion-kick into the roof of the net to put Vipers 2-1 up.Three minutes later, Moses Waiswa made it 3-1 to the visitors, converting from a free-kick just outside the area after Sseninde was brought down.Captain Tadeo Lwanga fouled Albert Mugisa and the referee gave him a straight red card 20 minutes to the end of the game.Despite the one man disadvantage, the Venoms held on to their fourth victory of the season and regain top spot in the standings.Speaking to the press after the match Villa head coach Moses Basena said that his team was very sleepy especially in defence but he is going back to correct their mistakes.“My defence was sleepy and the hosts got away on many times but am going to go correct the mistakes before our next match, said Basena.For Vipers SC head coach Javier Martinez, he was excited for another win and how the boys are quickly learning his style of play.“Am happy for I have not lost any game and the way my boys played today, they showed confidence but am going to go back and correct a the few errors we made, said MartinezThe loss means that Villa slip into second from bottom with two points from their first four games.SC Villa Starting XIYusuf Wasswa, David Owori, Derrick Ndahiro, Savio Kabugo, Habib Kavuma, Manco Kaweesa, Joseph Ssemujju, Albert Mugisa, Ajab Abdulrahman, Bashir Mutanda, Ambrose KiryaVipers SC Starting XIFabien Mutombora, Bashir Asiku, Yayo Lutimba, Geoffrey Wasswa, Livingstone Mulondo, Taddeo Lwanga, Abraham Ndugwa, Moses Waiswa, Dan Sserunkuma, Duncan Sseninde, Noah WafulaThe other results from Wednesday’s games:-Nyamitobora 2-1 Mbarara city-Maroons FC 1-1 URA FC-Ndejje University FC 1-2 Police FCComments Tags: Abraham NdugwaSC VillaStarTimes Uganda Premier Leaguevipers sclast_img read more

How to solve Mystery Caches (also known as Puzzle Caches)

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first_imgGeocaching ToolboxMy Geocaching ProfileThere are many more! Do an online search for “geocaching puzzle solving tools”. Use a PC or laptop rather than your phone. There are some puzzles you cannot solve with a phone alone.Google and other search engines are your friend.Attend geocaching events and ask more experienced geocachers for help. Geocachers enjoy helping other geocachers.Geocachers helping geocachers solve Mystery/Puzzle CachesSome basic tricks to start filling your bag: Highlighted text. Some Mystery/Puzzle Caches use white font on the page that can only be seen when highlighted. Run your computer mouse along the entire cache page including text and images. If your cursor changes from an arrow to a pointed finger, you’ll know you passed over a hidden link.*Source code. Many times clues are hidden in the coding for a cache page. Depending on your browser, view the source code for that cache page. To find possible clues, choose a word/phrase from the description and use the Ctrl+F function. This will point you to the areas where a message may be hiding. Keep calm and go Puzzle (Mystery) CachingThis article was written by Geocaching superstar and Geocaching HQ employee, Cathy (Prying Pandora). Do you look at Mystery Caches, also known as Puzzle Caches, and have no idea where to start? You’re not the only one. Many geocachers feel overwhelmed by Mystery/Puzzle Caches, but they’re not as scary as they appear. You just need to begin collecting your own “puzzling bag of tricks” to help you solve them.What should you keep in your puzzling bag of tricks? Think of the “tricks” as what you learn from each puzzle you solve. Many puzzles use the same ideas, so if you solve one, you can often pull that same trick out again and solve another similar puzzle. The more tricks you put in your bag, the easier Mystery/Puzzle Caches will be to solve. You will never stop finding new tricks to put in your bag, no matter how long you’ve been solving puzzles.This Mystery/Puzzle makes you literally put together a puzzle (GC3K2AZ)Some helpful tips to get started:Start with Mystery/Puzzle Caches with low difficulty ratings.Solve puzzles based on something you’re familiar with. For example, if you know a lot about history, you might be able to solve a history puzzle more easily than a complicated math puzzle.Find a partner who is good at things you struggle with. Together, you can fill in each other’s gaps.Analytical/methodical + creative/artistic = wide range of puzzle types.Each can see and work through things the other can’t. Now that you are armed with some basic tricks, go forth, and happy puzzling!Congratulations! You found the hidden white text! You’re on your way!Share with your Friends:Morecenter_img Other languages. Some Mystery/Puzzle caches want you to “decode” other languages. Pasting the text into an online translator and converting it to your language often does the trick.Binary numbers and other bases. Use an online reference such as Purple Math that may help you with these types of mathematical stumpers. Local latitude and longitude. For example, Seattle, Washington, is at 47° North and 122° West. If you solve puzzles in Seattle and something you try makes a 47 or 122, keep going and it will likely give you the rest of the coordinates.This blog about Mystery/Puzzle Caches may also have hidden white text…Here are some online resources which may give you more tricks to try:   SharePrint RelatedDon’t Miss Out on Pi Day! Top Tips for Mystery CachesMarch 4, 2015In “Geocaching Info”Top Tips for Puzzle CachesAugust 12, 2014In “Learn”3 tips for finding Mystery CachesApril 10, 2018In “News”last_img read more

Ravi Shastri gets nostalgic at the Basin Reserve: What goes around, comes around

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first_imgTeam India head coach Ravi Shastri is back at the Basin Reserve in Wellington, the venue where he made his international debut in a Test match against New Zealand on February 21, 1981.Shastri got nostalgic after arriving at the picturesque cricket ground and posted a video of the same on his Twitter account.”Would have never imagined I would be back here after 38 years to a place where it all started, still in India colours. They say what goes around, comes around. Fond memories from the Basin Reserve in Wellington,” Shastri said in the video as he relived his debut at the ground 38 years ago.38 years…So blessed to wear India colours again at Basin Reserve where I made my debut in 1981.Thank you for the love and support pic.twitter.com/iB53YxfaY5Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) February 2, 2019Shastri went on to play 80 Test matches for India and 150 one-day internationals. He amassed 3830 in the longest format at an average of 35.79 with 11 hundreds and 12 fifties while in 128 ODI innings he scored 3108 runs at 29.04 with 4 centuries and 18 half-centuries.The tall and lanky all-rounder also picked 151 wickets in Tests and 129 scalps in ODIs.The 56-year-old is now back at the Basin Reserve as India’s head coach with his team getting ready for the fifth and final ODI against New Zealand on Sunday.Team India got a major boost on Saturday as batting coach Sanjay Bangar assured that veteran MS Dhoni is back to full fitness and will play the final match of the series, which India lead 3-1.advertisementDhoni had missed the third and fourth ODI due to a hamstring injury he picked during the second ODI in Mount Maunganui. Dhoni’s experience in the middle order was missed when India suffered a collapse in the fourth ODI in Hamilton on Thursday, January 31.In the absence of captain Virat Kohli and Dhoni, India were reeling at 35 for 6 and they were eventually bowled out for their lowest-ever ODI total in New Zealand (92). Trent Boult’s five-for set up New Zealand’s eight-wicket win.Middle-order batsmen Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik disappointed as both of them walked back without troubling the scorers.All set for the 5th and final ODIWhat’s your prediction for tomorrow’s game?#NZvIND pic.twitter.com/PX2BKHYnIWBCCI (@BCCI) February 2, 2019Dhoni had trained on the eve of the third ODI in Hamilton but the team management wanted to give enough time to their senior campaigner to return from the injury.New Zealand on the other hand, suffered an injury blow on Saturday as opener Martin Guptill was declared doubtful for the final match after injured his lower back during the fielding drills on Saturday. Colin Munro has been added to the squad as a result.Also Read | James Neesham on MS Dhoni: You haven’t won the game until you have got him outAlso Read | India vs New Zealand: Can’t draw conclusions after one failure, says Sanjay BangarAlso Read | New Zealand opener Martin Guptill doubtful for 5th ODI vs India due to lower back injurylast_img read more