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Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (SEPLAT.ng) Q12018 Interim Report

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The analysis going into England’s Rugby World Cup preparation

first_imgMay adds of his own prep: “It’s not just the guy you are up against either. I’ll often look at the kicking games of nines, tens and full-backs. Also who are the opposition’s better and weaker defenders. You want a rough idea to give you a feel without over-thinking…because the game will surprise you every week.”The group go through examples from games in November and during the Six Nations, reverse-engineering certain moments in big games and how their analysis led them there; whilst also analysing the plays themselves for the group here.The team go through a try against the All Blacks in November, explaining that “the sell” and “deception” – as the ball swings one way with players running the other – is the key to the score. Before the game against Australia the same month the theme for the week was “brutal defence”. The clip they show next displays how front-foot ball can lead to a score in that Test – against the Wallabies, May scores in the first few minutes after a dominant England scrum.Before their final clip, from the Six Nations, they explain that disrupting Ireland’s rhythm was the theme heading into that match. In the footage, we see a patient England starving the Irish of ball before kicking it into the oppositions territory and then pressuring Robbie Henshaw with good chasing, forcing him to slice a clearance kick.At the heart of all this is doing the simple things to an incredibly high degree.Credit: Mitsubishi Motors in the UK is the Official Performance Partner to England RugbyMay explains: “The way we want to play is to create speed of ball and then there is a decision to make. If you get that speed of ball, there is going to be space somewhere.”Launchbury adds of the Ireland example: “We kept the ball in the middle of the pitch. We wanted to starve them of the ball, but not to our detriment. We didn’t want to keep possession in areas of the pitch where we could have conceded penalties and stuff. We knew they’d have one guy in the backfield most of the time. It was territory-based.”Of course, these are just a few examples of how England work – and for all the ‘simplicity’, there is incredible detail within each action and the build-up to performing it.As this group hurtle towards the Rugby World Cup in Japan, there will be a lot more analysis done. That’s a lot of hours spent in the learning room. And a lot of late nights for the analysts! Always watching: Eddie Jones directs training (Getty images) Jonny May, Joe Launchbury and Mark Wilson were speaking at the Mitsubishi Motors England Rugby Training Centre at Pennyhill Park. Mitsubishi Motors is giving England Rugby fans the opportunity to live out their ambitions by offering a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Japan this autumn. To find out more visit https://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.uk/campaigns/rugby/japanawaitsFollow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALScenter_img Now the 31-man squad is selected and the Rugby World Cup warm-ups are well underway, the big event is just over the horizon. The focus was on pre-season work but now it’s rugby time.However, just as vital as all the shifting of tin and run-throughs of moves is the analysis that goes on behind closed doors. On a recent trip to Pennyhill Park this becomes abundantly clear.Related: Your chance to win a trip to Japan courtesy of Mitsubishi MotorsIn the England Rugby Training Centre – where phrases like “An Englishman’s home is his castle. This is our castle” are emblazoned on the walls, alongside motivational messages about Japan 2019 – several of the England squad welcome members of the press to give a brief glimpse into what goes into an analysis session.Video session: Doing analysis at Pennyhill Park (Mitsubishi Motors)Alongside players Jonny May, Joe Launchbury and Mark Wilson is analyst Sam Lister – one of three analysts that support England’s senior team. Lister usually operates the drone that captures aerial footage of each England session, no matter the conditions. As they explain, there is a great deal of scrutiny in the modern game, especially midweek.“There’s no hiding place in training – every fault is recording and played back,” laughs Launchbury.“We usually get a great deal of our team analysis done during the week to try and get as much clarity into our training on the Monday or Tuesday. Towards the back-end of the week, players start to do their individual analysis, maybe on the strengths and weaknesses of your opposite man and how you would counteract them.“For me, from a lineout point of view, that is when you would focus in on a bit more detail, two or three days before a game – the trends they have, the numbers they operate with in different areas of the pitch, how often they drive and how often they play off the top, all variants of that. There’s a responsibility on us as players to use the resources we have to do a bit of individual work as well.”In typical style, May nips in, adding extra detail: “The day after a game, you will be able to click on your name and have a list of your match involvements straight away. That saves time and you can see exactly what you’ve done and what you might have done differently.”Monitors: GPS at training (Getty Images)Lister explains that the team have what they call a ‘Learning Room’ with six iMacs set-up with incidents marked up for the players. Through the week, there will be squad and unit-specific meetings and the analysts (Lister is part of a team with Carwyn Morgan, who looks at attack, and Joe Lewis, who is in charge of defence) will try to have training marked up as soon after a session’s close as possible.You can have access to vast amounts of data should you wish. The consensus here is that head coach Eddie Jones is very good at distilling lots of information down into a few key points to focus on, either in training or in the upcoming game.“You look at strengths and opportunities against them,” Mark Wilson says of his future opposite men. “Specifically as a back-row, I might study how (an opponent) carries the ball so I know how best to tackle him.” We give you a glimpse into how England study themselves and opposition – and tell you about a competition that offers the chance to support the team in Japanlast_img

Central Florida’s unemployment rate drops to 3.2% in February

first_imgFrom CareerSourceThe unemployment rate in the CareerSource Central Florida region (Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Sumter counties) was 3.2 percent in February 2019. This rate was 0.4 percentage point lower than the region’s year-ago rate of 3.6 percent. The region’s February 2019 unemployment rate was 0.2 percentage point lower than the state rate of 3.4 percent. The labor force was 1,391,110, up 39,538 (+2.9) over the year. There were 44,799 unemployed residents in the region. The unemployment rates for the five counties that comprise the Central Florida region were: Lake County (3.5 percent), Orange County (3.1 percent), Osceola County (3.5 percent), Seminole County (3.1 percent), and Sumter County (5.1 percent). Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply • In February 2019 nonagricultural employment in the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford MSA was 1,329,700, an increase of 49,800 jobs (+3.9 percent) over the year.• The Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford MSA had the highest annual job growth compared to all the metro areas in the state in professional and business services (+21,000 jobs); leisure and hospitality (+10,000 jobs); mining, logging, and construction (+5,200 jobs); manufacturing (+2,700 jobs); and government (+1,600 jobs) in February 2019.• The Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford MSA had the fastest annual job growth rate compared to all the metro areas in the state in professional and business services (+9.3 percent) in February 2019.• The Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford MSA had the second highest annual job growth compared to all the metro areas in the state in trade, transportation, and utilities (+2,900 jobs) and education and health services (+4,700 jobs) in February 2019.• The professional and business services (+9.3 percent); mining, logging, and construction (+6.5 percent); manufacturing (+5.9 percent); leisure and hospitality (+3.8 percent); other services (+2.5 percent); and government (+1.2 percent) industries grew faster in the metro area than statewide over the year.• The industries gaining in jobs over the year were: professional and business services (+21,000 jobs); leisure and hospitality (+10,000 jobs); mining, logging, and construction (+5,200 jobs); education and health services (+4,700 jobs); trade, transportation, and utilities (+2,900 jobs); manufacturing (+2,700 jobs); government (+1,600 jobs); other services (+1,100 jobs); and financial activities (+1,000 jobs).• The information industry (-400 jobs) lost jobs over the year.• In February 2019 nonagricultural employment in The Villages MSA was 30,700, an increase of 600 jobs (+2.0 percent) over the year. TAGSCareerSource Central FloridaUnemployment Previous articleTyson recalls nearly 70,000 pounds of chicken stripsNext articleMagnolia Park hosting Bluegrass and Country Music Festival Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Bureau of Workforce Statistics and Economic Research. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.center_img Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter down graph “The highlight in a month where unemployment decreased half a percentage point is that 10,000 more Central Floridians gained employment,” said CareerSource Central Florida President and CEO Pam Nabors. “A strong Central Florida economy continues to lead jobs creation in the higher demand industries that also provide career development opportunities; CareerSource Central Florida goes above and beyond to help connect these businesses to top talent for career seekers at all levels and create deeper prosperity for the community. By the end of February, CareerSource Central Florida has provided talent solutions to nearly 2,900 local businesses and trained more than 2,400 individuals for higher-paying jobs, more benefits, and stability.” The Anatomy of Fear last_img

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