Draw for TOP 16 of Women’s European Cups

first_imgEHF CUP 19/20: RNL in Minsk, Benfica in Nasice, Melsungen VS Olympiakos ShareTweetShareShareEmail Barbara Lazovic to play for Montenegro? Click to comment Related Items:challenge handball cup, cup winners cup handball, EHF Cup, Women’s handball Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Recommended for you THW Kiel and Fuchse Berlin for EHF Cup 2019 trophy ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsExactly 48 teams will experience European handball spring 2015. Here are the results of the draw for the TOP 16 phase of three European Cups in women’s handball.Women’s Cup Winners’ Cup Last 16 pairings:(1st leg 7/8 February – 2nd leg 14/15 February)H.C.M. Roman (ROU) vs FC Midtjylland (DEN)HC Lokomotiva Zagreb (CRO) vs HSG Blomberg-Lippe (GER)Byasen Trondheim (NOR) vs WHC Radnicki Kragujevac (SRB)FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria (HUN) vs Tertnes Bergen (NOR)SERCODAK Dalfsen (NED) vs Fleury Loiret Handball (FRA)Siófok KC – Galérius Fürdö (HUN) vs Hypo Niederösterreich (AUT)Randers HK (DEN) vs MKS Selgros Lublin (POL)Zvezda Zvenigorod (RUS) vs HC Podravka Vegeta (CRO)Women’s EHF Cup Last 16 pairings:(1st leg 7/8 February – 2nd leg 14/15 February)TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen – Werkselfen (GER) vs Buxtehuder SV (GER)H 65 Höörs Handbollsklubb (SWE) vs Team Esbjerg (DEN)Rostov-Don (RUS) vs Dunaujvarosi K. Kezilabda Akademia (HUN)Érd HC (HUN) vs Rocasa Gran Canaria ACE (ESP)Astrakhanochka (RUS) vs ASC Corona 2010 Brasov (ROU)Team Tvis Holstebro (DEN) vs Handball Club Lada (RUS)Balonmano Bera Bera (ESP) vs Muratpasa Belediye SK (TUR)Issy Paris Hand (FRA) vs HC Dunarea Braila (ROU)Women’s Challenge Cup Last 16 pairings:(1st leg 7/8 February – 2nd leg 14/15 February)JAC – Alcanena (POR) vs Pogon Baltica Szczecin (POL)ABU Baku (AZE) vs WHC Knjaz Milos (SRB)ZRK Naisa Nis (SRB) vs Fram (ISL)Ardesen GSK (TUR) vs Winner Kosova (KOS)/Zelina (CRO)Amyntas Amyntaiou (GRE) vs Galytchanka (UKR)Yellow Winterthur (SUI) vs Union Mios Biganos-Begles (FRA)HAC Handball (FRA) vs Gorodnichanka (BLR)Colegio de Gaia (POR) vs DHC Sokol Poruba (CZE)last_img read more

Dominica begins annual abolition of slavery celebration

first_img 156 Views   one comment Share Share Tweet Sharing is caring!center_img Share LocalNews Dominica begins annual abolition of slavery celebration by: Dominica Vibes News – July 22, 2015 Dominica’s annual celebration in observance of the abolition of slavery has begun.Emancipation 2015 commenced with a media launch at the Old Mill Cultural Centre in Canefield on Wednesday 22 July 2015 and an Art Exhibition featuring the work of Dominican artistes.Acting Chief Cultural Officer, Jacinta David said Emancipation is a celebration of freedom, the struggles of our ancestors, maroons and others to abolish slavery. “It is an occasion to pay tribute to those who gave up their lives in that struggle and to those who died during the Atlantic crossing and as a result of inhumane conditions and brutality of slavery. It is an occasion to celebrate who we are as a people and a time to reflect on our freedom,” Ms David said.She indicated that this year’s theme ‘Breaking The Chains Of Mental Slavery’ affords us an opportunity to explore the detrimental effects of slavery on our people, the manner in which they socialize, the treatment of the environment and cultural values.“Have you ever wondered why lighter skin blacks are treated differently than darker skin blacks? Why many blacks still feel ashamed of their color and basically do everything to make themselves look dissimilar to the way they were born, like bleaching their skins, have plastic surgery on their faces or straightening their hair? Why we still see black as inferior and white as superior. Why as a child we preferred white dolls over black dolls. Why it that a large proportion of black males feel that it is okay to have children with multiple women. Why is it that many of our young women are single parent, how about the strong woman syndrome,” Ms David posited.According to Ms David, it is time for our people to break the chains of slavery as it was abolished over one hundred and eighty years ago in 1834.“We are all created in the image and likeness of God. As Bob Marley said “emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds” and so Emancipation this year will focus on breaking those chains by creating awareness. Break those chains of mental slavery beginning today,” she urged.Among the activities to commemorate Emancipation 2015 are a Film & Rap Session on 30 July, Emancipation Walk and Concert on 31 July, Golden Drum Awards ceremony on 1 August and the Nature Island Literary Festival on 6 -9 August.– / 7last_img read more