Middletown High School South’s Nick Malvasi (far left) and Brick Township’s Brendan David (3) try to gain possession of a loose puck during the Handchen Cup final played Feb. 25 at the Red Bank Armory. The teams played to a 4-4 tie and are Cup co-champions. PHOTOS BY ERIC SUCAR staff Coming off a bittersweet 4-4 Shore Conference Handchen Cup championship tie with Brick Township on Feb. 25 at the Red Bank Armory, Middletown High School South’s hockey team immediately focused on its next goal when it played host to Mount Olive in the NJSIAA Tournament against on Feb. 28 at Jersey Shore Arena in Wall.Middletown South has moved back to the Non-Public A bracket from the B bracket this year and is seeded No. 5. Mount Olive is No. 28. Middletown South last year reached the Non-Public A finals, dropping a 7-3 verdict to Chatham to finish 15-8-3.But the team feels it needs a little redemption in that state tournament from the Handchen Cup. With top-seeded Middletown South (16-5-3) holding a 3-0 lead, settling for a tie for its third Handchen Cup in four years after coming into the game off an 11-0-2 run left it feeling short of its goal. Middletown High School South’s Jimmy Burns celebrates with his teammates after the Eagles scored a goal during the Handchen Cup final. “Can we bounce back? Absolutely,” coach Stanley Gutt said. “We took this one as a loss. This tie propelled us to enter the states with a meaner and angrier attitude to put teams away. We were up, 3-0, and didn’t do that. We gave them a second chance. We had a shot that looked like a fourth goal when we were up 3-0 go off the post, and if that went in, we would’ve been in great shape.”Middletown South played Brick Township with a healthy lineup for the first time this season, and that will help in the opening round and, if it wins that game, in the second round in Wall on March 1 against the winner of Marlboro vs. Westfield.It will be a high-pressure situation for a team that carries 13 seniors who have been around for the three Handchen Cup titles, including the first line of Tyler Ralph, Chris Connor and Zach England, the latter two leading the team in scoring. All five defensemen are seniors, led by Jim Burns, while Gutt said Matt Himmelberg also “has been playing great.”“We’ve been playing great on the power play,” Gutt said. “When we’re hustling on it and doing what we can, the power play can be deadly. We didn’t have many opportunities against Brick, and then we had Burns out for a 10-minute misconduct and we lost our quarterback for that.”During that stretch of injuries early in the season, Burns was out with Lyme disease and Ralph missed a long stretch with a concussion.But they’ve been back at full speed, and it appeared that Middletown South was on its way to another cup when it took a 3-0 lead on goals by defenseman Brian Walsh, Connor on a power play and defenseman Dan Wojcik. And Trevor Ralph was paying superbly in goal. He ended up with 44 saves. Brick pulled to 3-2 when England put in a rebound just 48 seconds later to push the lead to 4-2, but Tyler Martin tipped in a shot with 2:02 left in the second to get Brick (13- 5-4) to within 4-3. Brick’s David Kearns tied it with 3:39 left in the third period. It was the second time this season that Middletown South squandered a hefty lead, the other time a 5-1 edge against Freehold Township before the Eagles pulled out a 7- 6 victory.“If we’re down, we will come back,” Gutt said emphatically.But playing a five-minute overtime, as mandated by the Shore Conference, as opposed to the 15-minute overtime period in NJSIAA tournament games, left some fans feeling a need to see both teams in more time on the ice.Gutt was somewhat satisfied to leave with the tie.“They had a little more steam left than we did,” Gutt said. “They out-hustled us. They deserved to win.”Tyler Ralph felt differently.“I can’t believe this happened,” he said. “I wish it was a 15-minute overtime, because it was getting exciting and everybody was battling hard. I think we both deserved it, but there should have been a champion.”But Gutt and his players hope to get something more out of an up-and-down season in which the Eagles finished in second place in Shore Conference A Division by one point but also twice beat cross-town rival Middletown North, including once for the Mayor’s Cup.Despite the large number of seniors, Gutt spoke assuredly about the future with a junior varsity developing good talent for the future in a fine season and two junior defensemen who looked sharp early in the season, Cole Ditzel and Anthony Burtus — but both have been sidelined late in the season with injuries. BY WAYNE WITKOWSKI Correspondent Middletown H.S. South shares Cup with Brick Township after 4-4 tie
Panelo: Duterte only wants to emulate strong political will of Marcos View comments Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite WITH THE ageless Glenn Aguilar opting to compete in another prestigious race in Quirino Province, Davao-pride Bornok Mangosong of Team UA Mindanao emerged as the top favorite to rule the third leg of the action-filled Diamond Motor Supercross Series.Mangosong of Yamaha finished second to Aguilar of KTM in the first two legs but is expected to put himself back in contention for the prestigious overall title when he competes in the elite Pro Open April 29, Saturday at the Mx Messiah Fairgrounds in Taytay, Rizal.‘‘I expect an all out effort for the riders, especially the non-winners yet, to win and be able to position themselves in contention for the overall championship,’’ said Sam Tamayo of Generation Congregation and organizing Xtreme Adrenaline Sports.‘‘Feeling excited for this Saturday! It’s going to be a great day! Thank you Lord for reminding me today what it’s all about, why we organize these events…it’s not about us so as if we should do things our way. You alone are God and we dedicate the race this Saturday to you.’’The 42-year-old Aguilar, the country’s leading rider, will defend his title in the Motorismo sa Quirino which is fully supported by Governor Junie Fua.The overall champion in the five-leg series will earn P50,000.Spicing up the leg is the Diamond Autotune Battle of the Bands. Firefalldown with lead singer Jon Blaylock will also thrill the fans.Expected to compete in the various categories are JR Tulawie, Jason Sarmiento, Benjo Leyva, Raniel Resuello, Vicent Jimenez, RJ de Leon, Maynard Mercado, Joolee Mendoza, Christopher Oberio, Randy Santandee, Joshua Tamayo, Matt Leyva, Caleb Tamayo, Christopher Mercado, Shana Tamayo, Joshua Tamayo, Roman LLorente, Jojo Sayas, Jerry Sumilalao, Darnel Francisco, Cristopher Mercado, Prince Bucag, Jing Leongson, Jonjon Antonio, Rowell Castellano, Wenson Reyes, Nathaniel Morales, Jethro Tamayo, Asher Tamayo, Jason Serrano, Mac Sta Ana, Allan Palma, Neil Quirong, Jasmin Jao, Quiana Reyes, Khim Yumul, Wenson Reyes, Czaldy Alindayo, Bryan Morales, Rhon Mangosong, Bornok Mangosong, Jerick Mitra, JC Rellosa, Ralph Ramento, Ompong Gabriel, Buboy Antonio, Jerich Farr, Christian Ramento, Enzo Rellosa and Patrick Orbe.The series is supported by Dunlop Tires, Tireshakk, Yamaha Motor Philippines, Go Pro Philippines, PTT Philippines Corporation, DC Shoes Philippines, Coffee Grounds Taytay and Xtreme Adrenaline Sports Entertainment Co. Taal Volcano evacuees warned against going home Palace: Crisis over ABC-CBN franchise unlikely Wildlife rescuers asked to turn over animals to DENR ‘Excited’ Blatche to join Gilas training next week Action in the kids division. Photo by August dela Cruz. Presidency bid needs ‘deep reflection’ – Sara Duterte LATEST STORIES ADVERTISEMENT Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return Bulacan town gears up for biggest cookie jar MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ex-Bulacan town vice mayor, village chief shot dead
Final preparations for the hosting of Ishara 5 – “Raja Rani – The Eternal Love”, billed for the Theatre Guild on Saturday evening, is moving apace. The final decor is being put in place for the grand event, which is expected to be epic.Tickets for the production have been going like hot cakes and patrons are promised a show of a lifetime with thrills and a great story line.This year’s production entails a story line that promises to entertain; celebrate friendship, love, respect, and life while taking you back in time.The story is narrated by Maya, who is played by Malisha Bharat-Latchman. Maya tells the story to her daughter, who was curious about their family history.This year’s production will be very different from the other musical dramas produced by the troupe.Proceeds from the event will go towards a humanitarian initiative. General admission tickets cost $1000 while reserve seating is $2000. Tickets for children cost $500.Tickets are available at MTV head office, Oronoque Street; Sankars Auto Works, Lot 1 Campbellville and any of the cast members. Also, those interested can contact the group leader on 622-0601.
There is always an element of risk whenever someone uses the roadways; be it a motorist, passenger, cyclist, or pedestrian. This is somewhat inherent, since it is believed that accidents will happen. Often, the fault is not with the one being cautious.The risks may manifest in various forms, such as a lack of street lighting while driving at nights, potholes— which when swerved from could place a vehicle in the direct path of another— absence of, or non-functioning traffic lights— which can create uncertainty among drivers— roaming animals, speeding, drinking and driving, narrow streets, and lack of traffic signage. In addition, disobedience of basic traffic etiquette and other rules exacerbate the risks.Seemingly common now is the disrespect for designated major roads. Many drivers, including some within the public transportation system, refuse to adhere to what is mandatory. As a result, a number of accidents occur frequently at some of those points. Similarly, the practice of running red lights and the green signal that allows pedestrians to cross continues unabated, predominantly by minibus drivers. The danger that poses needs no explanation.While there is a plethora of traffic violations on a daily basis, some appear more prominent. Undertaking and cutting in front of a vehicle and the sticking out of a minibus conductor’s arm to do likewise from the other side seem the new norm of driving. Aside from the obvious danger, especially to young and inexperienced drivers, and being an irritant, it is blatant bullyism and a potent source for road rage.It appears that those who engage in such practices do not see themselves as being errant or what they do as a traffic violation. Lanes that allow for turning-on-red are abused and used as if it’s the right-of-way. In the city, many roads, other than what are authorised for minibus routes, are used as thoroughfares. Speeding is foremost causing areas that are supposed to be free of minibuses to become dangerous.In addition, some drivers seemingly take pride in having an alcoholic beverage in their possession while transporting passengers. Adding to the woes of those who abide by traffic rules, they are verbally abused when trying to stave off a potential transgressor. These practices are not unknown to the Police and while they cannot be at all points where violations occur, there is the expectation for more and sustained intervention in the interest of safety to all road users.This does not take away from the valiant efforts of a few dedicated traffic officers who do their best to curb the situation; one which has reached alarming proportions. Reportedly, many minibuses are owned by some Police ranks and the drivers are of the view that they have a free pass to break traffic rules. It is believed that traffic ranks turn a blind eye when they see violations first hand by minibuses owned by members of the force.That obviously empowers those errant drivers and causes others to do likewise. A senior traffic officer some time ago speaking a road safety fair boldly proclaimed that no one is above the law when asked specifically about reports of violation by Police ranks. That is heartening to hear and he must be commended.In fairness to the Police, they did clamp down on tinted vehicles owned by some ranks. That showed that the Force seems willing to hold its own responsible. While that offers some level of optimism, it begs the question why the unbridled traffic violations by some minibuses continue unchecked.Some traffic ranks can easily pinpoint a particular minibus based upon design and route when a complaint is lodge. That probably suggests that traffic violation is not unique to that vehicle. Again, it must be asked, how is it allowed to continue? Seemingly gone is the expectation of the example being set by those entrusted to ensure safety on the roadways.What is desperately needed is a sustained national campaign to reduce traffic violations and let the law take its course on the errant ones, regardless of who they are. The carelessness exhibited puts all road users at risk. This is where the National Road Safety Council would need to be supported and probably empowered to have a more visible presence and increased influence all year round.It must be noted that drivers are not the only violators of traffic rules, for some pedestrians are equally guilty. Aside from the common jaywalking, they cross busy intersections when not authorised and refuse to use the overhead pedestrian walkways, thereby, bringing danger to themselves and others. Like errant drivers, they seem empowered to not observe basic traffic rules. This will only change when there is a constant stream of violators up the stairs of the Courts across the country.
Bernal won several regional mountain bike competitions and then focused on road cycling. He first started to race in Europe with Androni, an Italian squad that signed him at age 18.On Wednesday, Zipaquira Mayor Luis Rodriguez described Bernal as an example for Colombian youth.“Thanks to you, they have seen that great triumphs are possible, with humility and hard work,” he said. “With your pedaling, you made our hearts vibrate at the same rhythm.”Bernal was asked if his new status as Tour de France champion could unleash a leadership battle within his Ineos team.The squad has been captained in most major races by Chris Froome, who has won the Tour four times, and it could soon sign Giro d’Italia champion Richard Carapaz.Bernal said he would be happy to support Froome or any other teammate in future races if that is what his team asks him to do. But he said he would also love to bring another Tour victory to Colombia.“In the end, the road puts everyone in their rightful place,” Bernal said. “I just want to enjoy this Tour victory, and continue to ride, because this is what I love to do.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Duterte lambasts Catholic Church anew in curse-laden speech before Filipino Baptists Bernal’s victory especially resonates with the residents of neglected mountainous areas, which are home to the country’s top riders.Bernal grew up in Zipaquira, an oxygen-starved town about 9,200 feet (2,800 meters) above sea level. His father was a security guard at the local tourist attraction, a salt mine that houses a large cathedral. His mother labored at a local flower farm.Bernal’s friends said he set ambitious goals from an early age, training hard to make it onto the international cycling circuit, and benefiting from training in the high altitude of Colombia’s mountains.“He had an insatiable hunger for victory,” said Felix Baron, a childhood friend and professional cyclist who drove two hours from his farm to attend Bernal’s victory party. “He is like an eagle that puts his eye on a goal and doesn’t let go.”As a teenager, Bernal enrolled in a local college to study journalism, but a mentor convinced him to drop his studies and devote his time to cycling after seeing his potential. The mentor promised to pay for Bernal’s university studies if his sports career floundered.ADVERTISEMENT Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite PLAY LIST 02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award03:05Malakanyang bilib sa Phivolcs | Chona Yu01:26Homes destroyed after Taal Volcano eruption02:48ABS-CBN franchise has ‘natural deadline,’ no need for quo warranto — Gatchalian Sons Of Apollo releases new studio album ‘MMXX’ Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Special guest: Mike Krzyzewski stops by USA Basketball practice Steaming fissures on Taal Volcano Island spotted Tour de France winner Egan Bernal waves to the crowd as he is welcomed home to Zipaquira, Colombia, Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019. Bernal rode into the town’s central square on his bike on wearing the Tour de France’s iconic yellow jersey. A group of some 3,000 supporters dressed in the same color chanted his name. (AP Photo/Ivan Valencia)ZIPAQUIRA, Colombia — Thousands of screaming fans held a victory party for Tour de France champion Egan Bernal in his Colombian hometown on Wednesday, celebrating the first Latin American to win cycling’s most prestigious race.Bernal rode his bike into the central square of Zipaquira wearing the Tour de France’s iconic yellow jersey while some 3,000 supporters dressed in the same color chanted his name.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: LJ Reyes, Paolo Contis celebrate 1st birthday of baby Summer The 22-year-old won the Tour last month ahead of Ineos teammate and defending champion Geraint Thomas, becoming the youngest rider to win the race since World War II.Bernal’s victory has been widely celebrated in Colombia, which has produced several world-class riders but had never won the Tour.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsAs Bernal flew home from Europe, a Colombian airline crew spotted him on their plane and celebrated his presence with a toast and free champagne for passengers. Then he was flown in a helicopter to his hometown of Zipaquira, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) outside Bogota, Colombia’s capital.“If someone would’ve come to my neighborhood a few years ago and told me I was going to win the Tour de France, I wouldn’t have believed it,” Bernal said on a stage set up for the party that was decorated in yellow, with fresh flowers arranged in the shape of a bicycle. “Today I feel very proud to be Colombian and bring the yellow jersey home.” Benefits of township living LATEST STORIES MOST READ OSG petition a ‘clear sign’ of gov’t bid to block ABS-CBN franchise renewal — solon MRT-3 files raps vs engineer who brought ammunition to station View comments
Taal Volcano’s lava fountain weakens, but Phivolcs says it’s not sign of slowing down Kazakhstan divers Zhijravleva Juliya and Borova Yelizaveta settled for the silver and bronze with 207.25 and 156.15 points.The 25-year-old Deorelar got the nod of the judges with 295.70 points for the gold medal in the men’s 3-meter springboard individual open, beating India’s Sharma Ramananda, who placed second with 287.75 points.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSAndray Blatche has high praise for teammate Kai SottoSPORTSBig differenceSPORTSAlmazan status stays uncertain ahead of Game 4Pradeshi Siddharth of India settled for the bronze (282.15).Demaisip earlier ruled the women’s 1-meter springboard individual open with 185.55 points, besting the finest young divers in silver medalist Borova Yelizaveta of Kazakhstsn (180.30) and bronze performer Lai Yu Yen of Chinese Taipei (167.40). Taal Volcano eruption: House to develop rehab plan for Batangas, Cavite, Laguna Taguinod’s 31.10-second clocking likewise erased the 16-year national record held by Gerard Bordado (31.27).Also resetting another PH junior record was Siklab Sports Youth Awardee Jasmine Mojdeh, who clocked 2:29.87 in the 13-under girls 200m individual medley. Mojdeh wiped out her old record of 2:30.31.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Nike CEO’s involvement in doping scandal raises concern Daybreak as smoke, ash billows from Taal volcano PLAY LIST 01:04Daybreak as smoke, ash billows from Taal volcano01:05Poor visibility, nakaapekto sa maraming lugar sa Batangas03:028,000 pulis sa Region 4-A, tuloy ang trabaho03:57Phivolcs, nahihirapan sa komunikasyon sa Taal01:04Sold-out: Stores run out of face masks after Taal spews ash01:45Iran police shoot at those protesting plane shootdown ‘People evacuated on their own’ Francis Kong, Jason Magbanua headline ‘The School for the Passionate, New Bold U 2020’ View comments LOOK: Taal Volcano island 2 days after eruption No need to wear face masks in Metro Manila, says scientist Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LOOK: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 takes you straight to hell with a Music Video and First Look-Images LATEST STORIES MOST READ Both Demaisip and Deorelar will see action in the 3-meter springboard event during the 30th Southeast Asian Games, a qualifier to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.According to Philippine Swimming Inc. president Lailani Velasco, these divers are scheduled to resume training in China as the local swimming federation eyes two more major international tournaments for them.Next on schedule is the Australian leg of the Fina Diving Grand Prix on Nov. 8-10 followed by the Malaysian leg on Nov.15-17 where Demaisip and Deorelar can gauge the best divers in the Southeast Asian region.Chinese head coach Xiaofeing Cui and coach Nino Beduya Carog under the team management of Marie Dimanche have been credited for the successful output of the divers on the continental level.The feats of Demaisip and Deorelar came on the heels Jalil Taguinod’s silver-medal performance in the 14-under boys 50m breaststroke during the Asian age group championships.ADVERTISEMENT FILE – Photo from Philippine Swimming Inc. FacebookMANILA, Philippines—Monique Ann Demaisip and Francisco Deorelar capped a future full of promise and expectations for Philippine diving in the just-concluded 10th Asian Age Group Swimming Championships in Bangalore, India.Emerging supreme among the continent’s cream of the crop, Demaisip secured her second gold medal in the 3-meter springboard individual open for women over 18 years old with 214.40 points.ADVERTISEMENT Negros Occidental gov’t, church call for prayers for safety of Taal evacuees
Geico General Insurance Co. will cut auto insurance rates for some of its California policyholders by an average of 10.8percent to comply with state rules requiring rates to be primarily determined by driving records, state insurance officials said Tuesday. The rate reductions by the Washington, D.C.-based insurer amount to $65.8million, the California Department of Insurance said. The rate cuts will go into effect Aug.30 and translate into an average savings of $150 per policy, the state said. “How a person drives is more important than where a person lives,” state Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner said in a statement. Byron Tucker, communications director for the insurance department, said he did not know how many of the insurer’s 436,000 California customers would receive a reduction. The move by Geico comes a year ahead of a state deadline for auto insurers to place greater emphasis on policyholders’ driving records, miles driven and experience than where they live. Previously, insurers were free to take into account other factors, such as marital status, gender and location. In addition to Geico, 22 other insurers have complied with the new rate-setting rules, Poizner said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Harry Kane insists he will still be in a Tottenham shirt at the start of next season – and claims his ambitions can be fulfilled at Spurs.The England Under-21s striker has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane, following a stellar season at the north London club, with Manchester United said to be readying a £40million bid.The Red Devils face Tottenham in their opening fixture of the 2015-16 season and, despite admitting he is flattered by the interest, the 21-year-old insists he will still be with Mauricio Pochettino’s side for the clash at Old Trafford.“I’ll be in white,” Kane said, when asked which colour he would be playing in on August 8. “I’m very happy at Spurs and the future looks very bright for me. I enjoy my time there. We have great players and staff. We’re definitely on the up. I’m really looking forward to next season with Spurs.“They are a big enough club to match my ambitions, for sure. We’re a big club and are heading in the right direction.“We finished fifth this season and we know, if we want to improve, we have to move up the table.“We’re aiming for the Champions League and there’s no reason why we can’t do that. We have got a very young side with a lot of ability and that’s what we’re aiming to do.”
Arsenal Ladies have signed Spanish midfielder Marta Corredera from Barcelona.The 23-year-old helped the Spanish giants win four consecutive league titles between 2011 and 2015. Marta Corredera 1
THE AWARD WINNING DONEGAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA GETTING OUT AND ABOUT AROUND THE COUNTY FOR THEIR END OF SEASON CONCERTSCounty Donegal Youth Orchestra are travelling to both Carndonagh and Ballyshannon to give a number of free family concerts to mark the end of what has been a very successful year for this group of talented young musicians. All students of the VEC’s Donegal Music Education Partnership (DMEP), the 60 strong membership comes from all corners of the County and were delighted to receive an’Achievement Award’ at the Irish Association of Youth Orchestras annual festival earlier this year for their performance of The Happy Prince.Performing a variety of works by Beethoven, Coldplay, The Beatles and Altan, as well as music from the motion picture ‘Pirates of the Carribean’, this will be a fun, enjoyable evening/concert where the various instruments of the orchestra will also be demonstrated, all under the baton of conductor Vincent Kennedy. The Youth Orchestra are giving their debut Inishowen performance in The Aras, Carndonagh Community School, next Friday night, 17 May, at 7.30pm. This will then be followed by a concert in the Abbey Arts Centre, Ballyshannon, on Sunday 19 May at 3pm.Details of our local instrumental tuition service, instrument hire service & scholarships will be available at both concerts. Concert duration approx. 60 mins.For further information, or to PRE-BOOK YOUR FREE TICKETS, tel. Donegal Music Education Partnership on (074) 9176293. DONEGAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA END OF YEAR CONCERTS IN CARN AND BALLYSHANNON was last modified: May 13th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)