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The Leys – School Team of the Month (March 2012)

first_imgBack row (l-r): A Shea-Simmons, O Dakin, B Elliot, O Webber, H Thomson, P Marmion, J Thomson. Middle: N Dix-Pincott (doctor), C Rowe (forwards coach), A Sandeman, R Roberts, O Feast, S Howarth, J Travers, T Stockley, W Hooley, B Adebayo, L Copley (master i/c rugby). Front: J Edwards, I Ekweremadu, S Herbert, F Heathcote (capt), W McGahey, T Bailey, O LawsonTHE CAMBRIDGE school win their first Team of the Month award, their Daily Mail-RBS U18 Vase win bringing the curtain down on one of their greatest seasons.The side, based on the one that won the U15 Vase in 2009, won 17 games and lost just two – one when understrength in the Daily Mail Cup to Cambridge’s Hills Road VIth Form College.Twickenham apart, the highlight was the 20-10 win over an Oundle side who were second best in almost every area. Tries from fly-half Will Hooley, full-back Jack Thomson, wing Seb Howarth and prop Tom Bailey clinched a famous win against the Vase favourites.Led by Fraser Heathcote, the small co-ed boarding school – where rugby takes second place to hockey in the spring term – punched above its weight to reel off eight consecutive Vase wins.Back-row Heathcote, Bailey and lock Hugh Thomson all had big seasons up front whilst The Leys had a canny general in England U19 cap Hooley. His awareness of time and space and fine kicking – out of hand and on the ground – were vital components in the side’s success and centre Will McGahey and Howarth benefited hugely from his judgement.Howarth grabbed a hat-trick in the semi-final against Wirral GS, but at Twickenham it was Heathcote’s tireless and unselfish leadership that stood out. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Check out February’s School team of the MonthThis article appeared in the June 2012 issue of Rugby World Magazine.Find a newsagent that sells Rugby World in the UK. Or you may prefer the digital edition on your MAC, PC, or iPad.center_img Would you like to sign up to Rugby World’s excellent weekly email newsletter? Click here.For Back Issues Contact John Denton Services at 01733-385-170last_img read more

Saturday update — 757 new COVID-19 cases in Iowa, no new cases in our listening area

first_imgOFFICE OF THE GOVERNORGovernor Kim Reynolds ★ Lt. Governor Adam GreggFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Saturday May 2, 2020Additional COVID-19 cases in Iowa, additional deaths confirmed DES MOINES — 757 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified and five more deaths reported according to today’s report from the Iowa Department of Public Health.According to the coronavirus.iowa.gov website, no new cases were identified in our immediate listening area. DES MOINES – Today, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has been notified of 757 additional positive cases for a total of 8,641 positive cases. There have been an additional 3,377 negative tests for a total of 41,085 negative tests to date, which includes testing reported by the State Hygienic Lab and other labs. 87 percent of new positive cases today are in the 22 counties where restrictions remain in place. 493 of the new 757 positive cases are from Black Hawk, Dallas, Polk and Woodbury counties.As Governor Reynolds mentioned in yesterday’s press conference, the state of Iowa will report large case counts this weekend as SHL completes reporting from a high volume of tests processed this week.According to IDPH, an additional 5 deaths were also reported, 353 are currently hospitalized, and 3,156 Iowans have recovered. At this time, 1 in 63 Iowans have already been tested.According to IDPH the additional 5 deaths were reported in the following counties:Linn County, 2 older adults (61-80 years)Polk County , 1 older adult (61-80 years)Tama County, 1 older adult (61-80 years)Woodbury County, 1 older adult (61-80 years)The state of Iowa has released an updated dashboard on coronavirus.iowa.gov that will be updated daily to include comprehensive tracking of COVID-19 in Iowa. The new dashboard includes cases, deaths, and tests conducted in each county. The state is now providing demographic information that was not previously provided as well as Iowa’s epidemiological curve.last_img read more