Spear, shield-inspired crown awaits Miss Ati-Atihan 2020

first_imgAt least 16 young women from various barangays in this town are vying for the crown.  They are Princess Ann Cipriano, Ninna Dominique Diangson, Lorenz Kline Ilicito, Ma. Valyn Cortez, Harlyn Mae Iguin, Danica Sagon, Lyheda Aguirre, Avery Marianne Sucgang, Carloa Dimo, Jamaima Vidal, Phoeby Gay Billareal, Olive Lorraine Erenea, Nele Niccole Legazpi, Alma Molo, Ezel Maureen Balayo, and Ynjeale May Navarra./PN According to Briones, the manufactureralso produces crowns for the Binibining Pilipinas and Miss Supranationalpageants, among others. “The spear and shield crown has been asymbol of the Ati community for their bravery. We deemed it proper to use it asa rightful symbolism of the crown to represent the pageant,” he said. KALIBO, Aklan – A spear andshield-inspired crown awaits the next grand winner of Miss Ati-Atihan festivalnext month, said Brian Briones, member of the pageant committee of the KaliboSr. Sto. Niño Ati-Atihan Management Council, Inc.    center_img Briones added this will be the firstin recent history that a symbolism crown will be given to the local Ati-Atihanqueen. The crown is made of crystal and is being manufactured in China.     A spear and shield-inspired crown awaits the next grand winner of Miss Ati-Atihan festival next month, according to Brian Briones, member of the pageant committee of the Kalibo Sr. Sto. Niño Ati-Atihan Management Council, Inc. PETER RIAN CASIDSIDlast_img read more

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Everton Fires Koeman after Crashing 5-2 to Arsenal

first_img“Everton Football Club can confirm that Ronald Koeman has left the Club,” read the Everton statement.“Chairman Bill Kenwright, the Board of Directors and Major Shareholder Farhad Moshiri would all like to express their gratitude to Ronald for the service he has given to the Club over the past 16 months and for guiding the Club to seventh place in last season’s Premier League.”Koeman, who arrived at Goodison Park after a successful spell in charge of Southampton, splashed the money on the likes of Icelandic international Gylfi Sigurdsson in the summer.Sigurdsson is yet to display the sort of form that got Koeman to convince the board to pay out a club record £45million to prise him away form Swansea.Others such as Dutchman Davy Klaassen – who cost £23.6million from Ajax – have also disappointed with Koeman taking him off at halftime of their Europa League defeat by Lyon last Thursday.However, despite also persuading former golden boy Wayne Rooney to return from Manchester United he crucially failed to replace record goalscorer Romelu Lukaku with Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud declining the chance to join them.The early favourite to replace Koeman is former Everton manager David Moyes who has tasted little success since he departed the Merseyside club in 2013.Others in the frame include David Unsworth who has impressed as Everton’s Under-23 coach – though he may be more of a short term option while they look for a permanent replacement – Burnley’s Sean Dyche as well as former Real Madrid and Chelsea handler Carlo Ancelotti.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ronald Koeman became the third Premier League managerial casualty of the season on Monday when he was sacked by Everton.The 54-year-old Dutchman – who guided Everton to seventh in his first season in charge last term – paid the price for a desperate start to the campaign despite having spent £140million ($185mn) in the close season.Sunday’s 5-2 humbling at home to Arsenal which saw them drop into the bottom three sealed his fate and despite taking training on Monday he received a visit from club chairman Bill Kenwright.last_img read more

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Kaliese Spencer exonerated

first_imgKaliese Spencer Jamaica’s 400 meters hurdler Kaliese Spencer has been exonerated by an independent panel of adjudicators.Spencer, a Commonwealth champion, was cited for doping related violations after the Jamaica Anti Doping Commission (JADCO) accused her of not making herself available for random drug testing.Spencer pleaded her innocence and instead blamed JADCO for the foul up as they had not properly informed her about the time and place they wanted to conduct the test.The panel found that she did not commit an anti-doping violation and she is now free to compete. She was represented by attorney Paul Greene.Attorney Kent Gammon, Dr Donovan Calder and Heron Dale are the members of the disciplinary panel.Kaliese Spencer’s attorney confident anti-doping charge will be droppedlast_img read more

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