Virgin Atlantic Cargo has appointed Claire Phillips as its regional sales manager for Continental Europe.The role will involve working with the carrier’s 17 GSA partners in the region, which generates about 15% of the cargo arm’s annual revenue.Ms Phillips has worked at the airline for five years, most recently in customer service training but also as route development manager and capacity controller. Her new role, which will see her become responsible for revenue and budgets in continental Europe, starts on Monday.“The knowledge and experience Claire has gained from her previous posts within Virgin Atlantic Cargo will enable her to quickly establish herself in her new role and further develop our sales strategies across Europe,” said Ryan Ellis, head of GSA territory management. By Alex Lennane 01/09/2016 “This is an extremely important and growing region in our global network and enables customers across Continental Europe to access the Virgin Atlantic network from over 60 receiving points.”Ms Phillips added: “It’s only when customers start to book cargo with Virgin Atlantic that they realise the wide choice of access points we offer into our international network. I look forward to supporting our customers and GSA partners in the region and to identifying new opportunities and countries where we can achieve further growth.”Ms Phillips will be based at the airline’s headquarters at London’s Gatwick Airport.
Girls soccer: Regional matchups set for this weekend added by Paul Cifonelli on November 8, 2019View all posts by Paul Cifonelli →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Add to Google+ By Paul Cifonelli on November 8, 2019No Comment Subscribe by Email Girls soccer: Regional matchups set for this weekend Print This Post Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Connect on Linked in l-r: Penfield’s Victoria Sabel, Spencerport’s Cat Wall, Greece Olympia’s Kuditra Derosa and Marion’s Chloe DeLyser.By PAUL CIFONELLIFollowing the completion of the Section V regional qualifiers, there is just one team left in each class that can take home a state title. The next step in those journeys will be the New York State Far West Regionals, which will take place on Friday, Nov. 8 and Saturday, Nov. 9 at Williamsville East High School. Avoca (D), Marion (C), Greece Olympia (B), Spencerport (A) and Penfield (AA) will be taking on Section VI counterparts from the same classes.Class D Friday, Nov. 8, 5 PM at Williamsville East High SchoolAVOCA (18-2-0) vs. NORTH COLLINS (8-6-2)How they arrived here: North Collins (No. 11 NYSSWA) won the Section VI Class D championship.Avoca (No. 9 NYSSWA) defeated Prattsburgh, Batavia Notre Dame and Hinsdale to capture the Class D2 crown. The Tigers then went on to beat previously unbeaten Fillmore (No. 2 NYSSWA) in the regional qualifier.Top Performers for North Collins: Rebecca Holmes (11 goals/ 2 assists), Maddie Turnbull (3 goals/1 assist), Robin Hidy (3 goals/ 1 assist) and Pia Froelich (1 goal/5 assists).Top Performers for Avoca: Selina Jud (30 goals/19 assists), Alexis Weldy (27 goals/17 assists), Delaney Stowe (23 goals/8 assists), Riley Stowe (13 goals/8 assists).What’s at stake: A spot in the NYS Class D semifinals against the Chazy (VII) vs. Hammond (X) winner.Class C: Saturday, Nov. 9, 12:30 PM at Williamsville East High SchoolMARION (19-1-0) vs. FREWSBURG (15-4-1)How they arrived here: Frewsburg (No. 9 NYSSWA) had to win four games to capture the Section VI crown, but got the job done. The Bears defeated Cattaraugus-Little Valley, Holland, Maple Grove and Westfield (No. 10 NYSSWA) to make it to this point.Marion (No. 5 NYSSWA) ran through the Class C2 tournament to make the regional qualifier. The Black Knights beat Bishop Kearney, Bolivar-Richburg and Wheatland-Chili (No. 14 NYSSWA). Once in the regional qualifier, Marion took down Warsaw (No. 8 NYSSWA) to advance on to the Far West Regional.Top Performers from Frewsburg: Samantha Annis (7 goals/3 assists), Makenna McBride (4 goals/2 assists), Rachael Kerhli (3 goals/3 assists) and Alexandra Hultberg (2 goals/4 assists).Top Performers from Marion: Chloe DeLyser (73 goals/30 assists), Abigail Marotta (19 goals/32 assists), Brooke Guerin (15 goals/10 assists) and Alaina Taylor (10 goals/18 assists).What’s at stake: A spot in the NYS Class C semifinals against the AuSable Valley (VII) vs. Stillwater (II) winner.Class B: Friday, Nov. 8, 6 PM at Williamsville East High SchoolGREECE OLYMPIA (16-3-1) vs. IROQUOIS (19-1-0)How they arrived here: Iroquois (No. 6 NYSSWA) took down Olean and East Aurora in one-goal games, then beat City Honors 6-2 to claim the B1 title. The Chiefs then beat Allegheny 5-3 to move on to the Far West Regional.Greece Olympia (No. 7 NYSSWA) won three consecutive 1-0 games to take the Class B1 championship. The Spartans then took out Churchville-Chili 2-0 in the regional qualifier move on.Top Performers from Iroquois: Grace Kulniszewski (36 goals/23 assists), Morgan Kulniszewski (28 goals/27 assists), Brittany Eslinger (9 goals/7 assists) and Vada Kirsch (7 goals/5 assists).Top Performers for Greece Olympia: Kuditra DeRosa (26 goals/ 11 assists), Grace Collins (19 goals/ 13 assists), Ashley Campbell (10 goals/8 assists) and Morgan Welch (4 goals/4 assists).What’s at stake: A spot in the NYS Class B semifinals against the Pleasantville (I) vs. James I. O’Neill (IX) winner.Class A: Saturday, Nov. 9, 11 AM at Williamsville East High SchoolSPENCERPORT (14-3-2) vs. GRAND ISLAND (17-2-1)How they arrived here: Grand Island (No. 12 NYSSWA) scored two goals in all three of its sectional games against Starpoint, Lewiston and Amherst to move on to the regional qualifier against Hamburg (No. 5 NYSSWA). The Vikings won that game 1-0 to advance to face Spencerport.Spencerport’s scores in sectional play were identical to Grand Island’s. The Rangers defeated Pittsford Mendon (No. 15 NYSSWA) to advance to the Far West Regional.Top Performers for Grand Island: Avery Mondoux (16 goals/12 assists), Ella Rudney (15 goals/ 13 assists), Brooke Amato (14 goals/ 14 assists) and Eve DiCarlo (12 goals/6 assists).Top Performers for Spencerport: Corynna Rotoli (14 goals/3 assists), Maddy Brongo (4 goals/9 assists), Lily Brongo (7 goals/3 assists), Sabrina Trapani (4 goals/3 assists) and Cat Wall (1,255 minutes played/0.382 goals against).What’s at stake: A spot in the NYS Class A semifinals against the Pearl River (I) vs. Minisink Valley (IX) winner.Class AA: Saturday, Nov. 9, 2 PM at Williamsville East High SchoolPENFIELD (13-1-4) vs. CLARENCE (14-2-2)How they arrived here: Clarence (No. 13 NYSSWA) scored nine goals in three sectional game to advance to the Far West Regional. The Red Devils defeated Niagara Falls, Frontier and Lancaster (No. 6 NYSSWA) in the Section VI Class AA tournament.Penfield (No. 10 NYSSWA) only played one one-goal game en route to a sectional championship. The Patriots beat Gates-Chili, Fairport and then advanced on PKs against Webster-Schroeder (No. 11 NYSSWA) to move on to face Clarence.Top Performers for Clarence: Kailey O’Brien (20 goals/13 assists), Olivia Argentieri (7 goals/ 11 assists), Anevay Rice (8 goals/6 assists) and Payton Payne (7 goals/4 assists).Top Performers for Penfield: Rebecca Rolland (10 goals/6 assists), Delaney Tellex (7 goals/3 assists), Amanda Fordham (6 goals/3 assists), Grace Murphy (4 goals/2 assists) and Victoria Sabel (4 goals/2 assists).What’s at stake: A spot in the NYS Class A semifinals against the North Rockland (I) vs. Monroe-Woodbury (IX) winner. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
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In a game last night, Jake Mazin collided with a Columbus hockey player and failed unsuccessfully, leaving the match at the end of the third period when he was taken off the field with the help of medical staff. According to the Toronto team, Mazin was taken to the hospital after the game because, according to TSN, he did not feel his feet.Fortunately, Mazins recovered quickly at the hospital and was able to leave. “Maple Leafs” has confirmed that Mazins will no longer participate in the series against the “Blue Jackets” team represented by Latvian goalkeeper Elvis Merzlikkin and Matiss Kivleniek. He will be quarantined with the rest of the team at a Toronto hotel and hopes to return to the team later.The series between the Columbus and Toronto teams is a 1-1 draw, the series will lead to three victories.Mazins is an important player in the Toronto defensive line. In the regular season, he was the third most productive defender in the team, scoring 23 points (6 + 17) in 53 games. He spent an average of 21:35 minutes on the court, which was the third largest playing time for the team.Resources used:https://www.tsn.ca/jake-muzzin-back…