Home game against Ascott Confident his team has the right balance and is very hungry for silverware this season, Ludlow Bernard has warned his charges, who comfortably top Group C, that anything short of lifting the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup, FLOW Super Cup or Walker Cup title will be unacceptable this year. Bernard, who is in his second season in charge of his Alma Mater, feels he has players who are mentally strong enough to deal with the conditions of competition this year. “The hunger is very much there in my team. They are probably seeing a light at the end of the tunnel and we are hoping that we can bend the corner and of course, get out into the light. The trophies are there for the taking, and we are one of the contenders,” he told The Gleaner. The many-time Manning Cup champions have gone over two decades without Manning Cup success, and Bernard wants his charges to believe that this year could be the year. Today, Bernard’s KC will line up against Ascott High in a home game at 3:30 p.m. looking to push their winning record to a perfect four. “I can’t really speak for the second round now. We will have to continue our progress, we are playing these games and hoping we can build a momentum with and try to provide as much exposure as possible for all of our players,” he said following his team’s 2-0 defeat of Papine High, last Friday. He wants to win every game and qualify for the Flow Super Cup and Walker Cup. “We are definitely eyeing the Super Cup, that is one of our priorities to try and top the zone and qualify for the Super Cup as well as the Walker Cup. “I guess anything short of that would not be acceptable, but I think we are on course, and we are going to try and maintain our form going forward,” stressed Bernard. The ‘Purples’ have dispatched St Mary’s College, Denham Town and Papine High so far, with Bernard expecting even more wins. “The team is a lot more balanced, and there is quite a bit of depth inside of the squad,” Bernard outlined, noting a number of national Under-17 players will help their title chase in future games.
Several children of the Hope Children’s Home, having benefited from a benevolent gesture, have decided to show their appreciation by paying a courtesy visit to their benefactors.The Farfan and Mendes Company recently installed a 3.1kW solar-powered,The appreciative children presenting FML Managing Director Andrew Mendes with a letter of gratitudebattery-based system at the Hope Children’s Home. This kind-hearted donation will go a long way in assisting the orphanage to cater to the electrical needs of the building.The project was funded by the International Committee of the Rotary Club of Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with significant contribution from Dr. Rebecca Anwar and Farfan & Mendes Limited.In a bid to show appreciation for the kindness, four children who are residents of the home visited FML Managing Director Andrew Mendes, and presented him with a thank you letter and flowers.
The TV App Agency is partnering with content management and analytics specialists Nice People at Work to offer an analytics service built in to its smart TV app engine.The deal will see the TV App Agency integrate into its apps Nice People at work’s analytics service, which offers information on user details and video performance, enabling real-time performance feedback.“With Nice People at Work our customers are now going to be able to not only track issues and performance but also act when quality of service is low for example low bandwidth, therefore increasing customer satisfaction and retention,” said TV App Agency director and co-founder Bruno Pereira.Fellow TV App Agency director and co-founder Andy Eardley will be speaking at this year’s TV Connect event in London on the panel discussion ‘what is the relationship between big data and multiscreen engagement’ at 17:40 on March 20.