Kingsmill embarks on breakfast programme for kids

first_imgKingsmill has teamed up with the National Schools Partnership to educate school children about the nutritional benefits of breakfast.The Allied Bakeries bread brand’s programme, called The Breakfast Squad, has already been signed up to by more than 680 UK schools teaching children between the ages of four and 11 years old.Educational establishments will be able to receive course materials to help children learn in variety of areas including vocabulary, creativity, basic fitness and numeracyIn addition, schools will also receive vouchers to claim complimentary products from Kingsmill’s Fruit & Fibre range, as well as awarding pupils money-off coupons for their parents to purchase at home.Guy Shepherd, category director, Allied Bakeries, said: “The breakfast occasion holds great opportunities for growth, estimated at £18m over the next three years. The new Kingsmill Fruit & Fibre range was launched to help retailers capitalise on this potential but also demonstrates our understanding modern consumers – who, keen to provide their families with a nutritious breakfast to start the day, have indicated a need for quick, tasty and healthy breakfast products.“The launch of this programme with National Schools Partnership aims to further strengthen our support for busy families by providing a platform for children to learn about the importance of breakfast and, by creating greater awareness of the benefits of Fruit & Fibre, aims to facilitate bakery growth for retailers in the process.”last_img read more

Resonance Music Festival Brings A Huge Crop Of Talent To Legend Valley For Four Fantastic Days Of Music [Photos]

first_imgThis past weekend, Resonance Music and Arts Festival returned to Thornville, OH’s Legend Valley for four days of music from Tipper, Papadosio, The Disco Biscuits, STS9, The Floozies, Brain Damaged Eggmen, Omega Moos, Keller Williams, Sunsquabi, Aqueous, and many more. Now in its fifth year, Resonance Music and Arts Festival is becoming the go-to destination for those in the Midwest and Northeast looking for one last festival to call home for the weekend before autumn fully takes hold.Thursday found mother nature cooperating, with temperatures more akin to the dog days of summer and plenty of sun to go with all the smiles of the arriving campers. As night fell, the energy from the stages steadily ramped up until Resonance mainstays Papadosio played their first of four sets over the weekend.The fun continued on Friday, with bands and DJs performing across four stages in addition to workshops and pop-up events like a craft beer shares and impromptu light saber battles throughout the grounds. Just as evening was starting to set in, a brief lightning storm moved in, putting the evening’s scheduled performances by The Disco Biscuits and more in jeopardy. However, to everyone’s delight, the storm was brief and was followed by cooler temperatures.The Disco Biscuits wasted little time showing the greater Columbus area what they are about after a nine-year absence from performing in Ohio. After their headlining set, bassist Marc Brownstein and keyboardist Aron Magner walked to the adjoining stage to join Umphrey’s McGee guitarists Brendan Bayliss and Jake Cinninger for a rare performance from their long-dormant Beatles/Pink Floyd tribute act, The Brain Damaged Eggmen. Next up was Tipper, who showcased his skills as one of the best sound artists of his era with visuals to match by Datagrama. Friday also saw Papadosio perform a late-night, all-improv set featuring guest appearances from artists-at-large Rob Compa (Dopapod) and Nicholas Gerlach.Magic Beans got Saturday grooving with a spirited set on the main stage that saw many campers stumble out of their tents bleary-eyed and head toward the action. The party continued as anticipation grew for the featured event of the weekend—a sunrise set from Tipper. Not knowing what to expect, there was plenty of discussion as to what Dave Tipper had in store for the Resonance faithful as STS9, Rising Appalachia, Sunsquabi, Papadosio and more showed up admirably for the crowd. The evening was also highlighted by a sunset performance from DJ Chris Karns, complete with a double rainbow draped across the sky. In addition, Aqueous also played to an enthusiastic crowd, and welcomed another two-pronged sit-in from Rob Compa and Nicholas Gerlach, this time on the Hall and Oates classic, “I Can’t Go For That”.As the long night stretched on, people filled the concert bowl to claim a spot for the impending sunrise. Before long, Tipper took the stage and took the audience on a trip as darkness gave way to light. When it was over, the Resonance crowd shuffled back to their tents exhausted, basking in the glow of the morning sun.Seeing as this year’s event was expanded to cover four days, there was still more fun to be had on Sunday. Hyryder started things off with their high-energy take on the good ol’ Grateful Dead. After another wonderful day of music, Papadosio closed out the festival with one last acoustic set. With so much to do and see, Resonance 2018 went flying by—but the memories will last a lifetime.Check out a gallery of photos below courtesy of photographer Matt Shotwell (@strawberryisland.dweller).Resonance Music Festival 2018 | Legend Valley | Thornville,OH | 9/20/18 – 9/23/18 | Photos: Matt Shotwell Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Sports Minister Assures Athletes their Welfare Top Priority

first_img Meanwhile, the AFN has debunked speculations that the few athletes who attended the illegal competition in Ozoro in Delta State will be sanctioned.                           “I am sure you are all aware of the ‘adopt a talent’ programme we have introduced?  It is for all categories of athletes, whether foreign or home-based. I am sure one or two people here have benefitted from it. I can assure you we are expanding the net to capture more athletes,” Dare promised, adding that governments all over the world partner individuals and corporate bodies to develop sports. “This is why welfare of athletes, especially their off-field environmental which has been taken for granted, will be given priority attention,” observed Dare.                                    The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare,  has said that welfare of athletes will not be negotiable as they prepare for both the African Athletics Championships in Algeria and the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.  ”This is what we are doing. Gone are the days when athletes wait till competition venue to get training grants that ended up to be counter productive.                            “I am impressed with what I have seen here and I can assure you that we will encourage the Athletics Federation of Nigeria to provide  more competitions for you to keep busy, evaluate your performances and ensure the needed growth is achieved. “The very few athletes who were in Ozoro travelled over night to Akure to participate in our All-Comers competition after realising they have been misled into going to Ozoro.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram While addressing track and field athletes in Akure at the weekend at the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) All-Comers competition, the minister who was represented by his Special Adviser on Media, John Joshua-Akanji, said he will create a safe environment for them to train and compete.                          “Government is very determined that there is rapid development of sports in Nigeria as it is not only a unifying factor but also a way to generate employment.center_img AHEAD TOKYO OLYMPICS The Sports Minister said prompt payment of allowances and training grants are key to success in sports and that athletes will no longer be owed allowances either in part or in full again.                     Enoch Adegoke, Emmanuel Arowolo, Favour-Ofili, Ifeanyi Ojeli, Joy Udo-Ganriel, Oyeniyi Abejoye and a host of other national athletes who represented Nigeria at the African Games in Rabat, Morocco last year gave glimpses of what Nigerians should expect this year.                                  The AFN All-Comers witnessed a huge turn out of athletes who expressed their appreciation to the federation for giving them a quality event to assess how far they have gone in their training as they prepare for two major events this year.          “That is just a figment of imagination of people who are bent on distracting us but we are focused,” acting President of the AFN, Olamide George, said at the weekend. “The Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development will also provide the necessary support to the AFN to ensure a smooth and efficient administration of the sport. We will not interfere in the day-to-day running of the administration of the AFN. We will only collaborate and provide the necessary intervention especially when the team is going for international competitions where they will be representing Nigeria,” concludes the minister.  last_img read more

Key West to allow residents restricted access to parks and beaches

first_imgOfficials in Key West, Florida have reopened all beaches and parks to residents with some restrictions.Beginning Monday April 27th,  Key West residents will be able to take walks and exercise at parks and beaches while still practicing social distancing.“We hope that by easing some restrictions on public spaces our residents  can enjoy the natural environment Key West has to offer,” City Manager Greg Veliz said.While the parks and beaches will be reopened, playgrounds and water features will still remain off limits to the public.The city says their next step will be to open up some nonessential businesses but that timeline will be entirely based on Florida’s stay-at-home order being lifted.last_img read more

SB’s Assessing Sea Wall Damage

first_imgBy John BurtonSEA BRIGHT – The closing of part of Ocean Avenue for the better part of four days late last week has the mayor worried it could have exposed a potentially serious – and expensive – problem for the borough.With last weekend’s nor’easter bringing heavy rain and high winds, state and local law enforcement and local emergency management decided to close the northern portion of Ocean Avenue/ state Highway 36 when it flooded and created a potentially hazardous condition.North shore of Sea Bright.Ocean Avenue, from the entrance of the Capt. Azzolina Memorial Bridge in the north to Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge at the Route 520 intersection, was closed until Monday afternoon.Flooding has been a chronic problem for the small town running between the Atlantic Ocean and the Shrewsbury River. But what seems most troubling about this occurrence is that the road flooding appears to have been caused by breaches in the sea wall, running the length of highway.Last weekend’s storm coincided with higher than normal tides, and that stretch of sea wall is lower than it is in other parts of the town. “Basically, we had waves breaking on the highway for four days,” Mayor Dina Long said.The ocean “was coming through the sea wall, over the top of the sea wall, under the sea wall,” she said.It appears Super Storm Sandy in October caused several breaches in that stretch of sea wall, and its impact became even more apparent with the latest storm.Long was in contact with state Department of Envi­ron­­mental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Bob Martin, who assigned a deputy commissioner “to expeditiously analyze the situation and come back with some recommendations,” interim borough administrator Joseph Verruni said.DEP engineers were on site Monday, Long said, along with state Department of Trans­portation (DOT) work crews that cleared debris and a considerable amount of sand that washed onto the roadway.DEP spokesman Bob Considine said Wednesday that the department was “still assessing” the situation.Long said that given the beating that section of wall took from Sandy, “it’s undermined in a couple of places.”The mayor said she would have to wait for the engineers’ report because knowing the extent of the damage and what that means for the long term.“It’s always an issue of who owns the sea wall,” and who is responsible when situations like this arise, Long said.In the past the state contributed most of the cost for repairing it. During the early 1990’s storm damage came with a substantial price tag attached, though Long did not know the cost. When the state took the lead on the repairs, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – which is conducting a beach replenishment project here – took the position it wasn’t its responsibility, Long said.That hasn’t prevented Sea Bright from applying to the corps’ Civil Works Program for assistance in repairing the wall following Sandy. Borough officials also have sought assistance for this and other projects from the Federal Emer­gency Management Agency (FEMA).She said, “We’re not having much luck with FEMA,” with the borough council decision last week to drop out of the agency’s Sheltering and Tem­porary Electric Power (STEP) program for resident assistance, contending it was overly complicated and the agency was slow to act.The sea wall was erected during the 1940s and ran parallel to tracks for the Central Jersey Railroad, which operated a commuter line through the area, Long said her research showed. The cost of the original construction was a three-way split among federal, state and local.The impacted section of Ocean Avenue is structurally sound. “We don’t foresee any issue with the roadway itself,” said DOT spokesman Tim Greeley.Now it’s a matter of waiting for the final analysis and determining how to address it – and hope for clear weather in the interim, Long said.“Obviously, I’m a little nervous about that,” she said.last_img read more

South Africa shines at Precision Flying Champs

first_imgTeam South Africa excelled at the 2011 precision flying champs, coming second in the team landing category and fourth overall. South Africa’s Hans Schwebel came second overall in the landing category. Poland’s Michal Wieczorek was named the individual precision flying world champion for 2011. (Images: Nicky Rehbock) MEDIA CONTACTS • Izelle Hoffman MGMT Marketing and Media +27 83 388 4484 RELATED ARTICLES • Precision Flying World Champs in South Africa • Bid for in-flight mobile phone use • New low-cost airline for rural SA • Govt offers aviation, maritime careers • Air show gives wings to young dreamsNicky RehbockTeam South Africa put in an impressive performance at the 20th Precision Flying World Championships, recently held in North West province, demonstrating how accurately and safely local pilots can handle aircraft without the aid of modern technology.South Africa came second in the team landing category, with squad member Hans Schwebel being named the runner-up for the landing trophy. This was the first time the event has been hosted in the country.Precision flying competitions test the fundamental skills of pilots flying solo in single-piston engine aircraft. Armed with just a compass and map, participants have to follow a precise flight path while sticking to a tight time limit, complete observation tasks from the air to the ground while navigating the plane, and make inch-perfect landings on short, narrow airstrips with trees and other obstacles on the approach.The sport is the aerial equivalent of orienteering.With ever-increasing automation in modern planes such skills aren’t put to the test in everyday commercial flight, meaning that those who compete in precision flying “represent the cream of the crop in terms of good, solid aviation practice”, says director of the 2011 champs Antony Russell.This year’s championships included host team South Africa, as well as participants from Norway, France, Finland, Denmark, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, New Zealand, UK and Germany.Poland was named the overall team winner, with member Michal Wieczorek being crowned the individual world champion for 2011. Czech Republic came second, France third and South Africa fourth.‘Felt proud to be South African’South Africa’s Hans Schwebel has been competing in the sport since 1994, with 2011 being the 18th time he has represented the country at the world champs. He’s a private pilot living in Brits, North West, and has his own business, which gives him the flexibility to practise as often as he can. He started preparing for this event three months ago, flying as often as three times a week.“But there’s always stiff competition from overseas – a lot of the competitors are commercial pilots who fly and get to practise every day. There are also far more precision flying competitions and events in Europe than here,” he says.Schwebel believes precision flying has made him a better pilot.“Today with all the modern GPS systems, you press a knob and it tells you exactly where to go. But when there’s a failure in the airplane, most of the pilots don’t know what to do anymore. With precision flying you do it the old way – you have a map and a compass and you follow the road,” he says.“The highlights of this year’s competition were coming second and the camaraderie from the South African team – it made me feel very patriotic. It’s a very special feeling. It’s also a way of giving back to the country. I want to encourage more youngsters from this country to join the sport – and I hope that my performance this year serves as an example to them that it is possible to excel.”The next precision flying world champs will be held in two years’ time, probably in Europe, and Schwebel says he’s going to do all he can to make the national team again.‘I love this country’One of the youngest competitors at this year’s event, 30-year-old Michal Wieczorek is a commercial pilot working for a charter airline in Poland. He’s been flying for 11 years and participated in his first international airsport event in 2003 at Sun City, also in North West.He attributes his love of flying and talent for precision flying in particular to his father, who also used to compete and excel in the discipline.“The flying conditions in South Africa are very different from those in Europe. Because it’s so hot, you have to fly at higher density altitudes, which decreases the performance of the aircraft. Navigation in South Africa is also completely different – there’s bush everywhere. The first few days of practice here were very hard for me,” he says.It was determination and cool-headed landings which clinched the 2011 title for Wieczorek.“After the second navigation stage I thought I had no chance of even coming in the top three, but the landings stage on last day of the competition changed everything. There’s a lot of pressure to make the perfect landing and if the nerves catch you, it’s over – but I felt less pressure because I didn’t expect to win. When I thought the game was over for me, I just wanted to end it off with good landings – unlike Czech Republic’s Jiri Filip, who did well in the first stages and the pressure was on for him. But I can say I fought ’til the end.”He says competing in South Africa this year was like coming home.“This is my third time in South Africa. I really enjoy being here – I love this country. South Africans are very hospitable and helpful – I’ve got many friends here and I feel at home.”Wieczorek believes one of the reasons why former Eastern bloc countries do well in precision flying is because of a familiarity with older planes and less advanced automatic navigation systems.“We don’t have that many aircraft with modern avionics. We train in old planes. Although they’re in very good condition, they don’t have GPS systems – we have to use a map and conventional navigation techniques as you have to do in precision flying.”But it’s also Poland’s coach, Andrzej Osowski, who primed the team for this year’s champs.“Andrzej gives us a hard time and trains us well. He’s being doing it for more than 25 years and is very good at what he does.”Wieczorek says his aim now is to defend his title at the next world championships and participate in the sport for as long as he can.last_img read more

‘We all have a role in building the nation brand’ – Magapatona-Sangaret

first_imgAddress by Chief Marketing Officer of Brand South Africa, Ms Linda Magapatona-Sangaret to the Annual Conference of the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) Thursday 18 August 2016 Southern Sun Elangeni, Durban, KwaZulu-NatalIt is an honour to be amongst some of the country’s best marketing and communications professionals at the 2016 annual Conference of the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA).As we sit here we, as professionals of the marketing and communication discipline, find ourselves in a very competitive and demanding business environment. The theme under which this Conference is being held, “Advance, Rise, Grow,” is very apt in this environment and has implications for us all – not just our Chief Executive Officers.Most importantly, this theme encourages many opportunities for innovation in our business environments, and also in our field.Ladies and gentlemen,I thought that I would use this opportunity to discuss with you some elements around a relatively new field of study and about which I am passionate, that of nation branding and building a strong globally competitive nation brand.Brand South Africa is the agency mandated to develop a compelling nation brand identity which positions the country positively.Practitioners in our field will be aware of why a positive brand identity is important, particularly in this contemporary age where brands compete with each for share of voice and more importantly, consumer attention.Positive perceptions and a strong reputation is the key currency of brands. This is also becoming increasingly important in a shifting communication landscape where negative perceptions can gain significant traction on social media platforms in a relatively short period of time. It is sometimes almost impossible for your brand to recover from such an onslaught.Positive attitudes and perceptions are a pre-condition to people choosing to visit, or migrate, to the country or to invest in a particular country.In this regard, the discipline of nation branding is particularly beneficial to developing nations. Various theorists have concluded that programmes to build strong nation brands should be part of the holistic economic programme of the country. This ensures that the country is elevated in the ranks of the global attention economy. Once a nation is part of the attention economy it is easier to attract tourists, investment, skills and positive coverage.Ladies and gentlemen,Practitioners of the discipline of marketing and communications will be all too aware that the strongest messages and exciting creative solutions are not sufficient to ensure positive perceptions of a brand, if these do not match reality.This is all the more challenging with a nation brand when each citizen is a shareholder of the brand identity and equally a consumer. The behaviour of each citizen impacts on how the nation brand is perceived.To ensure that each citizen is aware of the impact they may have on the reputation of the South African nation brand and how it is perceived, Brand South Africa has developed and is implementing its flagship domestic programme, Play Your Part. As the name suggests, it is a call on citizens to play their part to build South Africa’s reputation. It is a call for citizens to be aware of their impact on how the country is perceived.In the long term, we are confident that when all citizens become aware of their role in the nation brand building project, our behaviour will begin to match the messages we communicate both domestically and internationally.In this way, our place and ranking in the attention economy will also increase and South Africa will continue to be a sought after destination, for a variety of reasons. The South African nation brand will be able to effectively demonstrate its ability to make turn aspirations into reality while continually striving and moving to new heights.Ladies and gentlemen,I would also like to emphasize that, outside of what Brand South Africa does to build the country brand and image, a lot of work being done to position South Africa as a globally competitive destination by many roleplayers within the country. In this regard, our National Development Plan is currently our guiding framework to creating a socially and economically equitable country.Since the best communication and marketing programmes and campaigns rest on both reality and aspiration, a socially cohesive and economically strong nation brand, will go a long way towards assisting us to collectively position South Africa positively.Ladies and gentlemen,As I prepared to address you today, I remembered the words of the Roman poet, Horace, who so eloquently said: “Adversity reveals genius, prosperity conceals it.” This finds popular expression in the phrase, “Necessity is the mother of invention.”Positioning South Africa positively is something which matters to us all, it is something that we each have a vested interest in. I have no doubt that our collective desire to see our country stand out positively in the attention economy will stimulate our creative juices and therein, we will find new ways of creating value for our industry. The message that we communicate about our nation brand, its people and its prospects for the future, will be stronger for the passion we have to do what we do best.Let the theme of this conference, Advance-Rise-Grow, inspire us on this journey.I thank you.last_img read more

GetJar Helps Bring Mobile Apps to Everyone

first_imgGetJar, a large cross-platform mobile application store, has today launched a new service called the “App Download Page.” Designed for companies distributing mobile applications, this page is essentially a mobile-ready web page which automatically detects the make and model of a website visitor’s mobile phone in order to identify the correct version of the mobile app they had wanted to download. This makes mobile downloads much easier on consumers who no longer have to try and remember their phone’s model number when looking through a download list – the identification is automatic. All the user has to do is click a link. Eliminating Mobile App Download ConfusionOne of the main problems in the mobile industry today is fragmentation. There are thousands of different handsets out there and multiple mobile platforms to code for, too. Sometimes, mobile applications for the same platform – like the Blackberry, for instance – don’t even work on all Blackberry devices, only on certain ones. That makes it challenging for both the developers who have to write the various versions of their mobile apps and for the mobile users who want to install applications on their phones. In many cases, consumers don’t even know the model number of their phone – they may know the brand, but only because it’s etched into the top of their handset. So when they happen across a mobile application on the mobile web, they’re stumped as to whether their device is supported. Tags:#mobile#news#NYT#Product Reviews#web Related Posts Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces With GetJar’s new service, that confusion could be a thing of the past. By automatically identifying a consumer’s handset, the mobile App Download Page can point the end user to the correct download automatically. And if their phone isn’t supported, the page can redirect the user to another mobile webpage of the application developer’s choosing. Developers who sign up with GetJar can manage all their mobile applications from the Developer Site, where they can also track download and performance analytics, sign up to advertise on GetJar sites and partner networks, and integrate in-app ads within their mobile software.  Future PlansFacebook was one of the first companies to use the new service and photo-sharing website Photobucket will roll out their GetJar integration later this fall.Next year, GetJar will also launch a new version of their mobile application store which is currently available only as a traditional website and a mobile-ready WAP site. The future version, which will feature some 50,000+ mobile apps from GetJar’s catalog, will more closely mimic the iTunes App Store mobile experience as it will be accessed via an icon placed on mobile phones’ homescreens. The company is currently working on establishing partnerships with mobile carriers in order to prepare for the store’s launch. What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement sarah perez The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technologylast_img read more

Rhode Island girl collapses at soccer game, dies at hospital

first_imgRead Next He said in a statement that her death was unrelated to the game.Ricci says the Richmond resident was captain of the soccer team, a member of the school’s lacrosse team and a top student.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutIn a statement, Ricci said Potts “represented the very best of our school as an artist, an athlete, a classmate, a teammate and a friend.”Ricci said counseling would be available to students and staff in the middle and high schools starting Monday. E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president View comments Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  LATEST STORIES Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Cavaliers expect Isaiah Thomas to play by January MOST READ Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight RICHMOND, R.I. — A Rhode Island school district is mourning the death of a popular student-athlete.Chariho Regional School District Superintendent Barry Ricci says 17-year-old senior Maddie Potts collapsed during a soccer match on Saturday and died at the hospital of a brain aneurysm on Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong Citylast_img read more

FEU pushes shorthanded UST to brink of elimination

first_imgThe Tamaraws also shot 52 percent from the field and converted 11 of their 26 three-point attempts.“The team shot the ball well today, and more than that I like our unselfishness as they looked for each other,” said Racela in Filipino. “It’s a good win for us and it’s just unfortunate that UST played without its top two players.”Akomo, who’s down with the flu, averages a double-double for UST with 10.4 points and 13.4 rebounds with 2.5 blocks per outing while Sta. Ana, who injured his shoulder in practice, puts up 13.9 points and 4.4 assists per game.Ken Tuffin scored 14 points off the bench to lead FEU while Arvin Tolentino added 13 points.Wendell De Guzman led the Growling Tigers with 17 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists while Jeepy Faundo also had his double-double of 17 points and 13 boards.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Swing and a miss: Yankees in another 0-2 playoff hole LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST PLAY LIST 01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City View comments BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight FILE – FEU’s Arvin Tolentino shoots against two UST defenders during their game in the first round of the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFar Eastern University showed no remorse in handing depleted University of Santo Tomas its ninth straight loss with a merciless 96-70 beating in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament Sunday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Tamarws improved to 5-4, stopping its two-game skid, to take a temporary hold of the fourth spot pending the result of the game between University of the Philippines and De La Salle.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Read Next Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  The Growling Tigers, who are one of the most successful collegiate basketball programs in the country with 18 UAAP titles, dropped to 0-8 and is now one loss away from getting eliminated from the Final Four race.FEU practically ended the match as early as the first half taking a 26-point lead, 53-27, against a UST side that played without forward Jordan Sta. Ana and center Steve Akomo.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutAxel Iñigo then capped off the Tamaraws’ 13-3 run at the start of the third quarter that gave FEU a 66-30 lead at the 7:45 mark.FEU head coach Olsen Racela praised his team’s eagerness to distribute the ball and look for the open man as the Tamaraws dished out 27 assists, more than double of UST’s 12.last_img read more