Places running out for One Voice event

first_imgThree-quarters of the places for the One Voice conference on the future of bakery training and qualifications have already been snapped up.Bakery trainers and employers are invited to contact Improve on 0845 644 0448 if they would like to attend the conference at Baker’s Hall on 30 October from 9.30am to 12.30pm.Improve is one of 25 sector skills council, established by government. Its specific remit is to drive learning skills in the food manufacturing sector of which bakery is a key part.Anyone who employs bakers in a craft, plant or supermarket is invited to attend the free conference. Those who train bakers are also encouraged to attend and make their views known.Improve’s Paula Widdowson said: “Delegates must help ensure that government listens and acts on their concerns. They need to voice their views from the floor.”last_img read more

Syracuse wraps up Mary Nutter Classic with a 4-2 win over Cal Poly

first_imgSyracuse (5-3) ended the Mary Nutter Classic in Palm Springs, California, with a 4-2 win over Cal Poly (4-6). The Orange entered Monday’s game off a 6-0 defeat by UCLA on Sunday night. AnnaMarie Gatti started in the circle for the Orange. She let up a single to start the game which would eventually turn into Cal Poly’s first run. Gatti allowed a second run before the Orange would get a chance to bat. She gave up five hits total and struck out two batters. After allowing two hits in the top of the second inning, Gatti was replaced by Alexa Romero, who would finish the final six innings with nine strikeouts, one walk and no hits allowed. It was Romero’s fourth win this season. Freshman Gabby Teran was the first to cross home plate for SU. She started the bottom of the second with a home run to left field. It was her first collegiate home run. Teran had a perfect batting average in the game, recording hits all three times she batted. She also ended the game with a game-high two RBIs. Toni Martin also scored in the second inning, tying the game, 2-2. In the third inning, Bryce Holmgren scored to give the Orange the lead. A Teran single drove Holmgren home and gave SU the lead. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the sixth inning, Holmgren doubled to drive in the final run of the game. Alicia Hansen had walked and came around to score on the extra-base hit.The Orange will travel to Houston next weekend for the Houston Hilton Plaza Invitational where Syracuse will face UNLV, Houston, Yale and UTSA. Comments Published on February 19, 2018 at 2:14 pm Contact Kaci: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

No sign of Payet situation being resolved

first_imgThe France international’s asked to leave – so he can go back to Marseille with his family.It’s understood three Chinese clubs are willing to pay him £26m a year – but he’s not interested.Bilic says it’s a damaging situation.last_img