Natalie Panagarry joined Off The Court to discuss being selected as part of the Vitality Roses full-time program for the 2020-2021 season and said the “fear” of Australia and New Zealand had disappeared.
Captain Loughborough Lightning was announced as part of Jess Thirlby’s 24-man squad for the coming international season and will once again become a full-time athlete.
He is a member of the Tracey Neville squad for the 2019 Netball World Cup and made his 2016 international debut against Australia.
Lately, Panagarry has been undergoing a process of rehabilitation of a broken leg he suffered during the opening match of the Lightning Superleague Vitality Netball season.
Having suffered such an injury, and with all the netball being held now, the central midfielder was very happy to hear him enter Thirlby’s latest squad.
“I’m very grateful and grateful to be re-elected [for the Roses], “he said the latest episode from Sky Sports’ Out of court.
“It’s always been a dream, every year, to be selected for a full-time program. With my injury and not being able to perform, I’m grateful to be able to enter.”
Above the excitement of being elected, Panagarry and his full-time international colleagues have now seen a path to return to training.
It began with individual-based training at two Elite Training Centers in Bisham and Manchester on July 21 before continuing to training in Loughborough in early August.
With the significant impact of the coronavirus in the UK, the country’s elite netballers must watch their counterparts on the other side of the world race ahead of them in terms of domestic match play.
ANZ Premiership has returned in just under one month and Suncorp Super Netball has an expected start date of August 1. Although he could only watch others move forward, Panagarry did not believe the forced absence of Britain would obstruct the outfit.
“That’s something we have to face now,” he said. “You can see the other side of the world playing again and watch it with very jealous and envious eyes at this time!
“We have to come back as soon as possible and when we can start training, get that intensity. I have no doubt that we will be ready when the international season hopefully starts again.”
International netball schedules for 2020 and 2021 are currently on the air. The Roses are scheduled to take part in the Quad Series at the end of September and October, however, it was canceled.
Recently reported by Newshub in New Zealand, Pakis Perak may be in talks with England because of the new uncertainty surrounding the Constellation Cup against Australia.
But nothing has been confirmed by the governing body, Roses head coach Jess Thirlby said he was “hoping” his players would be able to play for England before the year is over.
Historically Australia and New Zealand have had a strong influence on Britain.
“When I started playing [for England] “There is something along the 50-goal line between people like Australia and New Zealand and us,” said former England coach Neville Sky Sports.
“All the time we try to reduce the deficit, we try to create threats and I try to be better as an athlete.”
A few years later, with Neville as head coach, the players moved to play their domestic netball in Australia and New Zealand and important wins occurred, deficits were reduced, and a shift in mindset occurred.
“Many of us, who have been on [Roses] The program, for the time being, will say that ‘fear’ is definitely gone, “Panagarry said.
“We can put our performances out there and get the win [over Australia and New Zealand]. The girls proved that at the Commonwealth Games and unfortunately, we were just out of luck in the semifinals at the World Cup.
“There are so many talents and so many young players who come that I really like.
“I am fortunate to have that experience and a bit of an older head to maybe guide some of those players. I think the future, what we have at Superleague and in the Roses program, is really interesting.”
The denim brand developed jeans that use the latest antimicrobial technology to help protect users from the spread of coronavirus, while still looking stylish.
On Thursday, Diesel, which was worn by celebrities including Justin Bieber and Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Bradley Cooper, announced the introduction of ultra-innovative denim treatments that physically “stop” 99% of viral activity in fabric.
As part of the OTB Group luxury retail specialist, Diesel will implement ViralOff technology, which was developed in partnership with the Swedish cleaning company, Polygiene POLYG, -2.97%,
across the selection of denim styles for the Spring / Summer 2021 brand, which will go on sale in mid-January.
Diesel has exclusive rights throughout the world to apply care to denim fabrics, a spokeswoman told MarketWatch. The brand said the technology was “always active,” and had the capacity to deactivate more than 99% of virus activity within two hours after contact between the pathogen and the fabric. It works by interacting with major proteins, inhibiting viruses from sticking to textile fibers.
Polygiene’s efforts to create garment protection began with a severe epidemic of acute respiratory syndrome in the early 2000s. ViralOff technology has also previously been used by face mask manufacturers such as P&S Healthcare, Maloja and SilverTek USA.
Not much is known about how the new coronavirus interacts with clothing and fabric. In March, Dr. Juan Dumois, a doctor of pediatric infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. John’s. Petersburg, Florida, told MarketWatch: “Coronavirus in general lasts longer on a solid surface, not porous compared to porous fabric. “He suggested that they survive better “Artificial Fiber,” like polyester, rather than cotton.
Antivirus technology trends are slowly spreading to high-end mode. Italian luxury manufacturer Albini Group, which supplies clothing fabrics for luxury fashion groups including Dry KER, -1.27%,
Armani, and Prada, launch it ViroFormula cloth in May.
Developed in collaboration with the Swiss performance textile company HeiQ’s Viroblock, antiviral and antibacterial textile treatments applied to textiles in liquid form during the washing process to provide a clean and germ-resistant surface.
Albini told me Vogue business that his new antivirus cloth has the same look and feel as other luxury materials.
DL1961 and denim brands Warp + Weft also collaborated with HeiQ and said in June that starting October 1, all new collections from both brands will use the company’s technology.
It uses silver-based technology that produces antiviral reactions by attracting viruses and permanently binding them to their sulfur groups, reducing the risk and speed of contamination and retransmission.
Fabric treated with HeiQ Viroblock, which has been tested by the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity in Melbourne, Australia, is said by HeiQ to remain active for up to 30 times domestic washing.
Former All Blacks coach Steve Hansen urged New Zealand to be strong in their negotiations with Australia about the future of Super Rugby.
Super Rugby was stopped in March because the COVID-19 pandemic and the future of the southern hemisphere competition are being discussed.
Earlier this week, Australian Rugby (RA) chairman Hamish McLennan said their counterparts in New Zealand were trying to dictate possible trans-Tasman Super Rugby competition requirements, amid reports the NZR was trying to limit the number of Australian teams involved.
Hansen said he felt that New Zealand Rugby must do the best for their rugby players and insisted that they were indebted to Australia.
“Without controversy, we have been guarding Aussies for years,” Hansen told Stuff Media on Sunday.
“And every time we need something from them, especially at a high level, sometimes they disappear.
“Do we owe them something? No. But because we are our nation, and we care more about the game than ourselves, we bend and bend a little.
“I think NZ Rugby is in the mood to have a strong discussion because they only get one chance for that.”
Much of its impact centered on the composition of the Super Rugby of 2021, with both countries reportedly interested in exploring the trans-Tasman competition rather than returning to tournaments involving teams from South Africa and Argentina.
McLennan told Australian media this week that a leaked report stated that the preferred option by NZR was to have only two or three Australian parties in the trans-Tasman competition.
Hansen said what was most important was not to dilute the New Zealand team with more than five teams and to minimize travel for the welfare of the players.
“You have to start with what you want from him? Instead of, ‘OK, we will hold this competition,'” Hansen said.
“It must be truly competitive and produce world-class players. If you let it be facilitated, there is too big a gap between Super Rugby and the rugby test.”
Former All Blacks captain Kieran Read supports the call for an integrated international rugby season but fears money “coming out of the north” might thwart efforts to create a global calendar.
Read believes international rugby needs to move away from the current schedule which often forces players from both sides to play Test matches out of season, but fears of a richer northern hemisphere may continue to influence how the global calendar is organized.
At present, the Northern Hemisphere team is conducting tests in the Southern Hemisphere in June or July – at the end of their season – and the Southern Hemisphere toured in the North in November and December. The international windows, which fall in the middle of the Super Rugby season or European club season, substantially extend the season for top players.
Beaumont is a strong supporter of the world Test championship, although his efforts to build one year ago were stalled by a standoff over promotion-relegation.
Southern hemisphere countries oppose Beaumont’s re-election, supporting the nomination of Argentine Agustin Pichot’s reforms. In part, Beaumont is considered to represent the status quo and is too protective of the Six Nations tournament and the English and French club tournaments. He has made it clear that he will oppose any steps to reschedule the Six Nations, which feature Ireland, France, Italy, Wales, Scotland and England.
Read, who retired from the Rugby Test after last year’s World Cup in Japan and after leading the All Blacks in 52 of 127 tests, hopes an agreement can be reached that will better integrate the global season and give fans more interest.
“I want to see some sort of consistency around the season,” he told the Stuff news website on Tuesday.
“That would be better for everyone involved and especially for the players. So you don’t play outside the season, which shortens your season [and] which means you will not recover well and be ready for next year. “
Read also join many fans in the call for further tours by countries that are playing the test, a step away from the existing competition.
“I think the tour is important for international games,” he said. “The way I see it and the way the game makes money will determine and the money may come out of the north.
“The tour for me is more on the end of the year tour that we have to experience a little. It was the best time for a player and I think the fans might be able to feel it too. When you get a competitive series it certainly makes a pretty good display.”
Chisora and his manager David Haye have questioned whether unnecessary explorer-class kings can overcome punitive physical battles, but Usyk insists many have tried and failed to destroy a perfect record with the same game plan.
“Usually I face this kind of plan, every fight,” said Usyk Sky Sports. “If you want to hit the target, you have to look at the target, because he can throw as many hits as possible, but you have to land it on the target.”
But Usyk has admitted that Chisora has earned his respect, even before the Olympic gold medalist turned professional, when he witnessed the memorable British battle with Vitali Klitschko and Haye.
“When I was an amateur, I watched his fight as a heavyweight, with Klitschko, David Haye, and I thought ‘wow’, great people somewhere far away, and now I’m going to box one of these great people self.”
Chisora has revitalized his career since joining Haye, producing three consecutive wins, including the dominant stoppage of David Price last October.
The 36-year-old accepts that he cannot imitate Usyk’s unique left-handed style in a match match, even though he has hinted at tactical changes that could produce a surprising victory.
“I will focus on what I do. I will focus on getting in the ring, and start looking for my man, and that’s it.
“He will dance, but we have certain things that we have practiced and that we do every day. That will pay off.”
Chisora also revealed that he hopes to help Alexander Povetkin prepare for his old enemy Dillian Whyte.
“I have told Povetkin that, if he needs me, I will come and help him. I will fly to Russia,” Chisora said.
“The Russian has spoken to me and said: ‘When the time comes I will send a plane to pick you up and you can help me train’.”
Whyte, who had defeated Chisora twice, answered: “Derek is a stepping stone and I have stepped over him twice. If he wants to be brutally eliminated again I will take easy money! If he defeats Oleksandr Usyk and there is a belt on the line, I gladly let go of the belt. “
PESHAWAR: Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in collaboration with the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has provided other safety equipment shipments to 49 hospitals in the province to equip doctors and paramedics who are fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the details, 22,680 KN-95, 1,323 N-95 masks, 1,470 D-95 masks along with 52,500 surgical face masks were provided along with 20400 pairs of gloves, 30519 protective clothing, personal protective equipment 1975 (PPE), 2,100 dresses, 2940 goggles safety, 7,918 shoe covers, 1995 caps, 4,200 face shields, 8,400 latex gloves, 103 liters of sanitizer, 1,900 small bottles of sanitizer and other safety equipment provided for this hospital.
PDMA Director General Parwaiz Khan said, “We have sent safety equipment to the hospital in accordance with NDMA guidelines.” He added that the provincial government provided all possible support to the masses and related departments when needed. PDMA provides safety equipment for all departments, including the Ministry of Health, hospitals and district administrations for quarantine centers to support them against the corona virus in the province, the official said. He added that around 65 different types of goods were distributed by PDMA. among related departments. He said the PDMA provincial emergency operations center was active all the time and could be contacted at the toll free number 0800-01700.
“Now that we have won it, we need to try and find out how we can be different when we have to be different, and not just stick to one game plan,” he said about his team.
“In the end, we want to have that gold again, it’s just about how we will get there because other people will start to know us and they have great talent in their ranks. We need to be smarter in what we do.”
Another goal for all players at ANZ Premiership is to develop themselves as individuals, and prove to Silver Ferns head coach Dame Noeline Taurua that they continue to have the qualities needed to wear a black dress.
Burger journey to Silver Fern # 171 does not take the traditional route. He was born and raised in South Africa and after arriving in New Zealand at the age of 18, he did not burden himself with pressure.
“It’s quite interesting because when I first moved, it didn’t always move with a strong thought that one day I would be at Silver Ferns,” he recalls.
“I think as a young person, everything that is interesting including moving to another country is extraordinary. I grew up wanting to do something extra in my life … I don’t want to do normal things all the time. Sport gives me that opportunity.
“When I got the chance to move to New Zealand, I took it. I think you should have it in your mind – to play for Silver Day one day – but it was a seven-year journey for me to get there.”
I never told myself that I was pretty good at Silver Ferns. I said I would give it all … and if that doesn’t work, then that’s what it is. That’s all I can control.
Burger began to build a life for himself in New Zealand and in front of netball, he found that he had some development that needed to be done to make the jump from the high school netball he left in South Africa.
“I’m very raw,” he admitted. “There are lots of little things that I need to do.
“I come from a very small city in South Africa and no big resources are put into netball training there, so you just have to stick with what you have. You rely on your talent.
“When I moved here [to New Zealand], I moved to the club that embraced me and helped me develop small things – like landing on the left and turning left – very basic things! “
I have to go back to basics and study all of that again to ensure that I can get a quality game out … It takes about two years to feel confident in what I say.
Burger remains dedicated, not only developing his skills in the field, but also learning and working. For him, 12 hours a day is the norm; the road to the top is a challenging and intense one.
“There are many times when it feels very difficult. The times when I have to study, work, and get up early to practice, and then return to training at night. Looking back now, I can’t imagine myself doing that again, “he said.
“I don’t want to go back there, but I’m grateful because it really built my character into what it is today.”
His character was further tested when he submitted his Silver Ferns debut against England in 2018. It was an impressive debut for the wrong reasons, when he was sent out of court.
“It’s not something I plan to have in my career, but I’ve done it, learned from it, and it won’t happen again.
“I have an amazing coach who pulled me afterward – we discussed why it happened, what I thought, how I proceeded, and how it ended.
“I think he understands my point that there is no evil in it, it is an honest mistake and there is only a lot of adrenaline that floods me.
“He believes that I know what I’m doing and I know I won’t do it again. He gave me that opportunity in the next game, which I am very grateful for.”
As Burger said, further hats were given to him including a place in the Taurua squad for last year’s Netball World Cup in Liverpool.
Silver Ferns arrived in England after the worst Commonwealth Games results in their history – fourth on the Gold Coast – and with head coach Taurua taking over from Janine Southby, just 10 months earlier.
Despite acknowledging the brilliance of Taurua, many are not convinced that he has enough time to bring his side back to where they believe it should be; won gold on the world stage.
“Internally, there is no doubt,” Burger said. “It is understandable if they come from outside because they cannot see what is happening in our group.
“It is instilled in us, not to listen to such things and moreover, to use them as encouragement to do better and prove them wrong.
“I think the mentality of things, and how it develops, is more [important] in terms of that skill. We have skills, we just need to perfect them, but it’s really mental things that we build and work together as a team. That gives us an extra edge. “
With ‘fossils’ in their squad – Laura Langman, Casey Kopua, and Maria Folau – providing a great experience and the Silver Ferns trademark zone throws the team, the result is an extraordinary world title that is won with style.
The presence of Langman, Kopua and Folau added to the extraordinary in Liverpool but Ferns’ return to England for the Vitality Nations Cup in January showed that their system was running deep.
They are dominant, despite playing most of their games with only 10 players because of injuries, and with Jane Watson, Burger is a prominent player.
As a 27-year-old boy, but a person who only made his international debut in 2018, it is not surprising to find that Burger has its eyes on the main sports competitions in the coming months and years.
Because of the global pandemic, the schedule in the near future is uncertain but long term, the Commonwealth Games are scheduled for 2022 and beyond that, there is the 16th edition of the Netball World Cup in South Africa.
“When it was announced that it would be in South Africa, so many friends and family went to Mum to get tickets! This would be very unusual,” he said.
“I grew up in a family where there was always support on the sidelines for me, so moving to New Zealand has no major adjustments.
“It’s wonderful to know that I can play again where they will be so many personal supporters on the sidelines. Hopefully I hope to be in the team to play there.”
Fury has reiterated his desire to fight for the world title, but must first overcome Deontay Wilder again in the contracted third match, while Joshua further defended his belt against IBF mandate challenger Pulev.
“If I get knocked out by Deontay Wilder, then it won’t live, right,” said Fury exclusively Sky Sports.
“This will be another battle with Wilder and so on and so forth. If he loses to Pulev, so close, but so far away. In heavyweight boxing, you can never count your chickens before they hatch, into one battle at a time. One victory at a time.
“Everything went well, God willing, we had a big fight with me and Joshua, an all-English fight and I can give fans what they want to see, especially British fans.
“This will be the biggest fight since I trusted Lennox Lewis and Frank Bruno. Some time ago, Cardiff Arms Park.”
“He just needs to stop talking rubbish and let’s go. This will be a big fight. Let’s get out,” Whyte said Boxing Show on Sky Sports News from his training camp for the rescheduled Alexander Povetkin fight.
“If I had an easy fight, why wasn’t he in a hurry to fight me? He said before defeating Wilder, when I defeated Wilder, I would give Dillian Whyte the title shot. He only talked about rubbish.
“This is war, let’s go.”
Joshua previously challenged Fury by saying Sky Sports: “Yes, come against me.
“If you really want to say you are number 1, come against me. Let’s start.
“I have the rest of the belt so that makes sense.
“I am the world heavyweight champion, he is the WBC champion. What is the proof, he and I fight? There will be one dominant figure in the heavyweight division who will have all the belts and become indisputable.
“Logically to prove yourself as No. 1, I must fight with Tyson Fury. He must fight with Anthony Joshua.”
Matchroom Boxing Hearn boss has ended speculation that Wilder and Pulev can accept a ‘move aside’ agreement to allow Joshua-Fury to happen next.
“Wilder will not step aside [Pulev] is a struggle for us, “Hearn said Sky Sports.
“I spoke, ‘Wilder did not step aside, we will take care of the fight, you take care of the Pulev fight, but let’s finish the deal for 2021’.
“We have no problem signing now to fight Fury in 2021.”
PESHAWAR: The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has provided other safety equipment shipments to the Department of Health and Rescue 1122 emergency services against the coronavirus pandemic.
A total of 1000 N-95 masks, 13125 surgical face masks, 13125 a pair of gloves, 14885 protective clothing, 2940 safety goggles, 7918 shoe covers, 14875 surgical caps, 25500 shoe covers, 1020 face shields, 1020 googles, 8500 small bottles of cleaning, 6800 bags and other safety equipment are provided to the Department of Health.
Safety equipment was also provided for Rescue 1122 including 2615 face masks, 180 N95 masks, 2625 protective clothing, 30 thermal weapons, 1,200 bio hazard bags, 2625 surgical caps, 4500 shoe covers, 180 face shields, 2625 a pair of gloves 800 small bottles of cleaners and other equipment.
Nestle Pakistan donates relief items to the Peshawar and Khyber quarantine centers. Up to 30,000 Bunyad 26g, 30000 500ml Water, 20000 Cerelac 25g, 50000 200ml Juice, 50000 250ml Milk Pack donated to PDMA for further distribution to the Peshawar and Khyber quarantine centers.
PDMA Provides 20000 bottles of mineral water, 30000 200ml juice, 30000 Milk Peak 250 ml to the Peshawar quarantine center. While 10,000 bottles of mineral water, 20,000 200ml juice, 20,000 250 ml milk packs to the Khyber quarantine center. PDMA Director General Parwaiz Khan thanked Nestle Pakistan for their generous support. He added that PDMA provided safety equipment for all relevant departments including, the Ministry of Health, hospitals, related departments and district administrations for quarantine centers and others to support them against the corona virus in the province. He added that the PDMA Province Emergency Operations Center was active all the time and could be contacted at the toll free number 0800-01700.