The Air France and KLM Group has decided, after the introduction of direct KLM flights to Split 2016 and Air France to Dubrovnik 2018, to introduce a new Air Franc route: Paris – Split during July and August. Departures for Split from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport for the summer season 2019. Departures for Dubrovnik from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport Air France introduced two direct flights to Dubrovnik in 2018, but decided to increase the number of weekly flights (from 2 to 5) in the period from April to September 2019 to Dubrovnik and add flights on weekends during the summer season. At the same time, Air France will increase the number of flights to Dubrovnik from April to September and introduce flights on weekends, which means that it will connect Dubrovnik with Priza five times a week.
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THE PEPSI Hikers and the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) GBTI Tigers claimed exciting overall victories on Saturday afternoon in the Bounty- and Antonio’s Grille-sponsored Guyana Hockey Board One-Day Outdoor Tournament, which was held at the Guyana National Stadium in Providence.Seven male teams and five female sides battled in the 25-match event, which culminated in fading light.Seasoned players and skippers of both side, Robert France and Sonia Jardine, led from the front in the championship clash.In the male final, the Hikers were able to dominate against Bounty GCC– the Sequel. France scored in the seventh and 18th minutes of the clash to seal the game, but it could have been by a larger margin with the top club attacking in waves, which forced their opponent to defend with large numbers.On the other pitch, the older Tigers were able to outlast the younger GCC GBTI Spartans.As she has done over the years, Jardine made the difference. Collecting the ball just over the halfway spot, the 40-year-old turned on her marker and then beat two other defenders before she faked the goalie to push the ball into the uprights.Although there were several attempts by both sides, the fifth-minute first-half goal proved to be the decider.The female semi-final clashes were both one-sided affairs. After a 0-0 first half, the Spartans dominated Saints in their final-four battle. Abosaide Cadogan scored in the 14th and 18th minutes, while Diana Charles converted in the 16th minute.Meanwhile, the Tigers were able to get past the GCC GBTI Spice by a similar margin in their semi-final clash. Princessa Wilkie scored in the 6th and 12th minutes before Jardine sealed the game in the 17th minute of play.Both male semi-finals went to penalty flicks. The Hikers had a tough battle against the Bounty GCC Pitbulls. The eventual overall champions had to play catch up after Kevin Spencer had scored in the opening minute, but Aroydy Banford answered in the second half to take his team to the shootout, where they triumphed.The Sequel and YMCA Old Fort Carriers also battled to a draw (0-0), but the former were able to surge ahead in the shootout.Tigers’ Trisha Woodroffe was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament, while the Spartans’ Sarah Matthias was adjudged the Most Promising Junior Female player.In the male division, Shaquon Favourite, from the YMCA Old Fort Warriors, was voted as the Most Promising Male player, while Rayon Brandford from the Hikers won the MVP award.
The FMCG Games commenced in 2013 and has featured the biggest companies in the FMCG industry and this year will be no different as companies like Unilever, Nestle, Friesland Campina, Dufil and BUA Group will be participating.This year’s games will last six weeks (weekends only) and will see teams compete for medals in Football, Table Tennis, Athletics, Chess, and Scrabble.The tournament was designed to bring together employees of the FMCG Industry as well as their families and friends in an atmosphere of fun, sporting competition and networking.The FMCG Games is the brainchild of MediaVision Limited – Nigeria’s Leading Sports Marketing Company.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The opening ceremony of the 2016 Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Games will hold on Saturday, May 28, 2016 at the Digital Bridge Institute, Cappa, Oshodi, Lagos.The 3rd edition of The Nigeria FMCG Games is the flagship sporting event of the FMCG sector. The opening ceremony will feature March Past, side-attractions, fan engagement activities, football matches and other sporting events.Speaking on the upcoming event, Chief Operating Officer of MediaVision Limited (Organisers of the event), Jimmy Sogbesan, said: “This year’s edition of the FMCG Games will exceed expectation as several elements have been added to make it more rewarding for the teams, fans and supporters.”
New Delhi, Apr 12 (PTI) Diplomats of several countries based in the national capital will raise funds to make at least one village open defecation-free by participating in a two-day tennis tournament starting here on April 16, an official statement said.The unique initiative Tennis4Toilets has been conceived by the ambassadors of Guatemala, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Chile in cooperation with Sulabh International.The tournament will be held with the cooperation of All India Tennis Association. It will take place at RK Khanna stadium on April 16 and the final match and award ceremony will be held at embassy of Serbia the next day, the statement said.Besides the diplomats and their administrative staff, local representatives from different organisations and schools will also participate in the tournament.The initiative has been endorsed by 18 other embassies and high commissions including those of the US, Norway, New Zealand, Malaysia, Austria, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Jordan, Morocco, among others, the ambassadors told media here.Serbian Ambassador Vladimir Maric explained the reason for tennis being chosen for the charity saying, “Tennis is a sport which is quite popular in the countries we come from. Speaking for myself, Serbia is the nation of tennis and the present number one player Novak Djokovic belongs to our country.”Terming the initiative as part of “cultural diplomacy” Guatemala ambassador Georges de La Roche Du Ronzet hoped a “nice figure” of donations would be raised through it and used for construction of toilets in rural areas. PTI VIT PVI SK PVIadvertisement