(Source:klix.ba) Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team won against Andorra last night, with a score 3: 0.Edin Džeko scored all three goals, and Senad Lulić provided all three assists. Dragons finally got their UEFA EURO 2016 target completed after the fifth attempt.It will stay registered that the new coach, Mehmed Baždarević, debut victory on the bench of national team.Otherwise, the hosts started the game cautiously, but extremely aggressive. Dragons have been imposed, tended to score at an early stage of the match.The initiative paid off in the 13th minute when Dragons break through host’s defense. Lulić perfectly laid off a lofted ball to the captain, and Džeko crashed in a powerful low shot for the lead of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Hosts goalkeeper Ferran Pol was powerless.There were no good opportunities in the next 10 minutes. After 24 minutes, Edin Višća has tried his own shot, but it was off the target. The hosts spent a game in a difficult defense.Dragons performed another action after 32 minutes. Višća and Mujdža combined, and Mujdža assisted for Ibišević who missed the goal. Score remained the same.In 61 minute, the match clock showed 0: 3. Again the main roles were played by Senad Lulić as an assistant and Edin Džeko as implementer. It should be noted that the defense of Andorra seemed insecure, and BH duo used it well.
The Bearkats (10-4, 2-0 SLC) extended their win streak to six matches, opening the league slate with home victories over McNeese (1-15, 0-2) and Lamar (3-10, 0-2) this week. Sam Houston hits the road for a contest Thursday at 7 p.m. CT against Incarnate Word (3-9, 1-1). FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State’s Taylor Cunningham sweeps the Southland Volleyball Players of the Week honors, the league announced Monday. All weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank. Defensive Honorable Mention: Brooke Wood, Northwestern State; Anyia Williams, Stephen F. Austin; Madelynn Miller, Incarnate Word; Kaylee Payne, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week: Taylor Cunningham – Sr. – Middle Blocker – Huntsville, TexasCunningham continues doing it all for the Bearkats. The five-foot, 11-inch middle blocker committed just three errors on 67 swings (.463 attack percentage) and averaged 4.86 kills per set between the two matches for the week, while also adding 1.29 blocks and 3.00 digs per set. She went for 21 kills with just two errors on 41 attacks (.463) in a 3-1 win against McNeese, including eight kills in the clinching fourth set. Cunningham also added 16 digs for a double-double and posted three blocks. Two days later, she slammed home 13 more scores with just one misfire on 26 swings (.462) against Lamar, adding five more digs and six blocks. Entering this week needing just seven more kills to reach 1,000 for her career, she ranks fourth in the Southland in hitting percentage (.324) and leads in kills per set (3.54) for overall matches. The Sam Houston hometown product also ranks fifth in blocks per set (1.09) and is 13th in digs (3.17). Offensive Honorable Mention: Madison Green, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Katelyn Mueller, Abilene Christian; Julia Monday, Incarnate Word; Haley Coleman, Stephen F. Austin. The Huntsville, Texas, product accomplishes a rarity, claiming both the offensive and defensive weekly accolades. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
AUREUS Mining, a mineral company prospecting for gold in Grand Cape Mount County, is expected to begin full production in July next year, the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David Reading said.Giving the assurance on October 27, at the Lands, Mines and Energy Ministry during a press briefing, Mr. Reading disclosed that from what it has discovered, Aureus Mining will be producing 120,000 ounces of gold each year and providing employment opportunities for 300 Liberians.Mr. Reading said he is impressed by the level of progress made and emphasized that the mine will be the largest commercial gold mine in Liberia.Mr. Reading added that though impressive progress is being made, there are logistical challenges that his company needs to overcome such as poor infrastructure that creates difficulty in moving logistics to the site.Mr Reed said he looks forward to the level of cooperation that would ensure that the country benefits from the proceeds of this valuable resource.He appealed for the cooperation of Liberians as well as the government to overcome additional challenges moving in of logistics and people into the country safely.Regarding the expected revenue intake, Mr. Reading said an ounce of gold may be sold for US$150, underscoring that more revenue generation could be derived from the price of the commodity.He disclosed that the company obtained a loan of US$250 million for its investment in Grand Cape Mount County. Mr. Reed did not name the bank providing the loan facility.Speaking earlier, Lands, Mines and Energy Minister Patrick Sendolo said the gold mine will be the first commercial gold mine in the country.He said this development has for a long time been going on and significant progress has been made there to ensure the mine will be in full operation soon.He indicated that despite the health crisis the Liberian Government is trying to do all it can in the mining sector so that Liberians will not lose hope.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)