Ohio State then-junior guard Kelsey Mitchell (3) facilitates the offense against Purdue during the Boilermakers’ 71-60 win against the Buckeyes at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on March 4. Credit: Ashley Nelson | Station ManagerLed by five seniors, including two-time Big Ten Player of the Year guard Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio State enters the season ranked No. 5 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll. The rankings were released Thursday morning.The Buckeyes are the highest ranked Big Ten team. Maryland, which lost its three top scorers to graduation or transfer, came in at No. 15, while Michigan snuck in at No. 24. Ohio State plays a difficult nonconference schedule featuring season-opening matchups against No. 10 Stanford and No. 9 Louisville — both at home — and a road game against No. 12 Duke.Earlier in the week, the Buckeyes were ranked No. 8 in the coaches poll. Also picked by Big Ten media and coaches to win the conference championship, Ohio State features a fast-paced offense with a small, yet talented rotation of contributors.Mitchell was honored as preseason Big Ten Player of the Year and named to the preseason first-team All-Big Ten team along with redshirt senior forward Stephanie Mavunga. Mitchell, who has been named a first- or second-team All-American in all three seasons of her career, led the conference with 22.6 points per game last year. Mavunga became the third Buckeye in program history to average a double-double, as she dropped 11.4 points and 10.8 rebounds per game.The Buckeyes open the season at 6 p.m. Nov. 10 against Stanford at St. John Arena.Here are the full rankings.AP Poll Connecticut (32 first-place votes) Texas Baylor South Carolina Ohio State Notre Dame Mississippi State UCLA Louisville Stanford Oregon Duke West Virginia Tennessee Maryland Missouri Marquette Florida State Oregon State California (tie) Texas A&M (tie) Oklahoma South Florida Michigan DePaul
Bingo continues in the hall on Tuesdays at 8.30pm. Lotto results for 12/02/13 OY,WH,KK,KE Michelle Molloy, Evelyn Breen, Ballybofey, Mary Patton Drumkeen & Clodagh Young Convoy.Anyone wishing to buy or sell lottos contact any committee memberRegistration is now due and must be paid by the 26th March by 6 pm to be in with a chance to get tickets for Donegal v Tyrone Game Adults €30 and Minors €3 Contact Julia Blake on 0862611290 Sam Will be at the St Mary’s Clubhouse on March 7th for anyone looking photographs come along from 6 30Training for Senior Ladies Wed from later time of 7.30 Fri from 7.30 and sun 12.30 New Players are always welcome as we are hoping to have Senior and Junior teams if numbers allow.Gaelic for Mothers and Others takes place on Wed at 8.15 new players always welcome.Training for Underage continues on Fri evening from 6-7 new Players welcome U14 Girls Training Sat Morning at 10U14 & u16 boys training on Mon evening 6 to 7.15 Bring €3 if you have yet to register and reminder all underage players must wear a mouthguard at training .GAELIC GAMES: ST.MARY’S, CONVOY CLUB NEWS was last modified: February 17th, 2013 by StephenShare 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) Tags:Convoy Club notesSt Marys
Nova Scotia’s reputation as one of the world’s best centres for energy training continues to grow. The province has signed an agreement with Venezuela’s national oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., to become a preferred provider of energy training programs. “Nova Scotia is internationally recognized as a centre of quality education,” said Richard Hurlburt, Minister of Energy. “And word keeps spreading. The oil and gas industry knows they can find world-class instruction and training here.” This agreement is part of Petroleos de Venezuela’s strategy to strengthen the technical knowledge of its new employees, with a target of producing 5.8 million barrels of crude oil per day by 2012. Nova Scotia has provided customized energy training to workers from other countries such as Angola, Russia and Italy. “Our educators offer first-class programs,” said Mr. Hurlburt. “The credentials these students will have on graduation will open many doors. It will also enhance our reputation as an energy leader.” The agreement includes the possibility that employees from Petroleos de Venezuela will study in Nova Scotia institutions such as Nova Scotia Community College and Cape Breton, Dalhousie and Saint Mary’s universities. These institutions will offer specialized energy training, including masters and other post-graduate work, as well as professional skills and development. “Energy-sector employers from around the world look at Nova Scotia’s post-secondary institutions and see a proven track-record of training excellence in top-notch facilities that meet industry needs,” said Sterling Feener, manager, NSCC business development. “NSCC is a proud partner in that success.” Barry Clouter, outgoing chair of the Offshore/Onshore Technology Association of Nova Scotia said: “Nova Scotia’s industry expertise has won partnerships around the world and this deal is evidence of our continued reputation as quality service providers. This agreement may open the door for new contracts in the oil and gas sector in addition to education training.”
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