British Baker is delighted to announce the Baking Industry Awards finalists for the ADM Milling-sponsored Bakery Food Manufacturer of the Year category. Mark Jones of New Primebake, Des Kingsley of Kensey Foods and Sarah Day of Greencore Cakes & Desserts, will join the other finalists at our 1930s-themed event at the Park Lane Hilton, London on Tuesday 8 September. The awards will be hosted by top comedian Ronnie Corbett, with entertainment from two dancers from BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.Associate sponsors of the event feature a host of top names from the world of bakery. Délifrance is to sponsor the bread rolls; Warburtons, the champagne VIP reception; Muntons, the ballroom dancers; Kluman & Balter, the cracker raffle; Allied Bakeries sponsors the disposable cameras; Bako UK, the champagne table centres; and Nexus Communica-tions on behalf of British Lion Egg Products is to sponsor the egg-based dessert course.Cereform, sponsor of the casino, is offering a fantastic prize – a trip to Burgh Island Hotel in Devon, including Bollinger on arrival, lunch, a cream tea for two, pre-dinner cocktails, and accommodation at the upmarket hotel.Tickets for the event are almost gone, so make sure you don’t miss out by booking your place now. Tickets cost £195 + VAT each, or £1,895 + VAT for tables of 10. To book, contact [email protected] or call 01293 846593.—-=== ADM Milling finalists: Bakery Food Manufacturer of the Year ===New Primebake – Mark JonesKensey Foods – Des KingsleyGreencore Cakes & Desserts – Sarah Day
Press Association They will face Argentina, ranked second in the world, Australia (3rd), Japan, India and the United States, whose head coach is former Team GB assistant Craig Parnham. Team GB are currently ranked seventh in the world. The men’s team, who are fourth in the rankings, have been drawn in Pool A against world number one and reigning world and Hockey World League champions Australia, tournament hosts Brazil and Belgium, New Zealand and Spain. Ireland have also qualified for the men’s competition and are in Pool B against the Netherlands, Germany, Argentina, India and Canada. The full match schedule for pool fixtures and the competition’s play-off stages will be confirmed in February. The Great Britain women’s hockey team has been drawn in a competitive Pool B at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
There are impressive resumes within the confines of the Chicago bullpen. Kimbrel is potential Hall of Famer, and Strop, Cishek and Kintzler have proved their worth in the late innings the past few years, so better production from them is possible. That said, losses like these two to Milwaukee are shots to the heart.Clearly, the NL Central is up for grabs and the Cubs are in the thick of the postseason race. The bullpen becoming sturdier in the late innings could be the difference between them playing into October and not. On Friday, a controversial decision by manager Joe Maddon to pull starter Kyle Hendricks after five shutout innings was followed by relievers Steve Cishek, Brandon Kintzler and the struggling Pedro Strop surrendering three runs after David Bote’s home run had given Chicago a two-run lead. MORE: Watch live MLB games all season long on fuboTV (7-day free trial)It was more of the same Saturday: The starter — this time, Jon Lester — again didn’t allow a run, only to have the bullpen to fail to shut the door. There was a chance that Lester — who had only thrown 94 pitches — could start the eighth, but he was getting over an illness and asked to come out of the game.Lester: “Not too many times I go up to Joe or Tommy…but tonight was one of them. I was gassed. The sixth and seventh inning got to me.”“Today was my last day of Z-pack.”— Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) July 28, 2019Cishek once again couldn’t get out of the eighth unscathed. He has appeared in six of the team’s last eight games and is tied for fourth in the National League in appearances.”That was going to be Cishek’s inning, very simple,” Maddon told reporters after the game. “Cishek was ready to go tonight, so once we got through the seventh and we were in that position, it was going to be all Cishek at that point.”Things were briefly looking up for the Cubs when Albert Almora Jr. gave them the lead with a 10th-inning home run, but Craig Kimbrel allowed two home runs and three runs total in the bottom of the 10th, making it multiple blown leads Saturday and leaving team executives Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer at a loss.Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer after watching Christian Yelich tie the game and moments before Keston Hiura hit a walk off home run. pic.twitter.com/QIeTT0cCrT— Cubs Live (@Cubs_Live) July 28, 2019The Cubs’ bullpen has been a mixed bag this year. The group is fifth in the NL with a 4.17 ERA but has struggled mightily of late. Its eight blown saves in July lead the NL and several big-time relievers haven’t contributed much. Carl Edwards Jr., who started the season as a setup man, was recently sent to Triple-A for the second time this season. Brad Brach (6.05 ERA, 1.76 WHIP) is having the worst season of his career.There have been some positives, however. Brandon Kintzler has bounced back after a tough 2018 and left-hander Kyle Ryan has impressed. The Cubs acquired Derek Holland from the Giants on Friday in the hope that he could be a weapon against left-handers, who are hitting just .179 against him. He retired Christian Yelich, the only batter he faced, after relieving Cishek on Saturday.With the July 31 trade deadline approaching, the Cubs haven’t been linked to the bigger relief names on the market, such as Will Smith and Ken Giles, meaning this could be the group they go with the rest of the way. MORE: Joe Maddon explains Carl Edwards’ demotion, faith in Pedro Strop The Cubs’ pitching flaws are being exposed as the team goes through a pivotal nine-game stretch against division rivals. They’ve led to a pair of disastrous results at a most inopportune time.The bullpen has faltered late in back-to-back losses to the Brewers this weekend, suboptimal outcomes that left Chicago tied with the Brewers and a game behind the Cardinals for first place in the crowded NL Central. The Cubs will play the Brewers once more at Miller Park on Sunday and then head to St. Louis for a three-game series before hosting the Brewers for three next weekend. These games could have a large impact on the remainder of their season.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Wellington Middle School sports results that we have at this time. If your team is not listed below, get on your coach or send us a score. Our e-mail address is [email protected]â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Wellington Middle School girls tennis loses to Goddard EisenhowerThe Wellington Middle School Girls Tennis Team began their season yesterday with a home match against Goddard Eisenhower.Â Despite a good effort, the Lady Knights came up short by a score of 14 to 9.Â Winners are as follows:Singles:Â Mekenna Adams, Avery Rusk, Abby Lowe, Hattie Staley, KayCee Pennington and Annika DeJarnettDoubles:Â Adams/Rusk, Lowe/Saffell and Rowley/McCarty.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Wellington eighth grade A team wins volleyball matchWellington 8A Â over Mulvane Â 25-14, 19-25, 15-7Wellington 8B loses to Mulvane 8-25, 23-25The 8th grade A team won at home to open the season.Set one saw the Wellington girls take control of the game early with Jenna Rausch earning 11 straight serving points.“At the net, we had Gracie Fink and Shayland French with some great kills,” said Lyndsie Oathout, Wellington head eighth grade coach. “The ladies played very well together and easily took the win in the first set, 25-14.”Set two was a battle for the Lady Knights as Wellington struggled with serve receive and defensive digs.“Zairen Warnock had a run of seven straight serving points which kept us in the game,” Oathout said. “Keelie Cunningham and Kyla Hawks had some amazing offensive plays as well, but our serve receive/defensive errors allowed Mulvane to claim the win, 25-19.The Lady Knights came out in set three with determination and easily took control of the tie-breaker game with a final score of 15-7 for the overall victory.Although 8th grade B team did not come out with a win, Oathout said she definitely felt like the team played very well and was able to set plays up and be more aggressive offensively than Mulvane was.“We just struggled in serve receive which easily gave Mulvane the lead, and ultimately the victory,” she said. “Valerie Ast was a huge asset in defensive play, Andi Dry had some great plays at the net, and Braedon Norris and Jaden Michaelis gave the other team fits with their serves.“Overall, both A & B teams have some areas to improve on in practice this next week, but we look forward to traveling to Clearwater next Thursday, September 12.”