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Half-time: Brentford 1 MK Dons 0

first_imgLasse Vibe’s sixth goal of the season put Brentford ahead at the break in Dean Smith’s first game in charge.The new head coach saw his initial plans derailed slightly when Alan McCormack pulled out in the warm-up and Sergi Canos came in for only the second start of his loan spell from Liverpool.And it took the Bees a little time to settle, with Josh Murphy firing wide from an angle and Dean Bowditch shooting straight at home keeper David Button.But on 20 minutes, Brentford showed Smith their counter-attacking potential with a wonderfully worked goal.Alan Judge began the move with a neat turn and sprint from halfway before releasing Jake Bidwell, whose cross was headed home by Vibe.After that, the Bees dominated and should have added to their lead before half-time.Judge wasted a good one-on-one chance as Dons keeper David Martin saved and he also struck the bar with a free-kick, while Antony Kay cleared Konstantin Kerschbaumer’s follow-up off the line.And on 33 minutes, a ball dropped to Canos, as the Dons looked decidedly uneasy at the back, but he too hit the woodwork.Brentford: Button; Yennaris, Tarkowski, O’Connell, Bidwell; Kerschbaumer, Diagouraga; Woods, Canos, Judge; Vibe.Subs: Bonham, Barbet, McEachran, Saunders, Gogia, Jota, Hofmann.MK Dons: Martin; Spence, McFadzean, Kay, Lewington; Potter, Poyet; Baker, Bowditch, Murphy; Maynard.Subs: Cropper, Hodson, Benavente, Carruthers, Powell, Hall, Gallagher.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Tottenham out after Juve’s Wembley comeback

first_imgEmbed from Getty ImagesTottenham 1 Juventus 2(Juventus won 4-3 on aggregate)A stunning comeback by Juventus at Wembley knocked Tottenham out of the Champions League.After a 2-2 draw in the first leg in Turin, Spurs knew their away goals meant a clean sheet would guarantee them a place in the quarter-finals.And they found themselves in an even stronger position by half-time of the second leg courtesy of Son Heung-min’s goal six minutes before the interval.Son’s scuffed effort following Kieran Trippier’s ball across the face of goal was enough to put Spurs ahead and was a just reward for their first-half dominance.Embed from Getty ImagesBut the Italian side hit back by scoring twice in the space of three minutes midway through the second half.Gonzalo Higuaín netted from close range and then set up Paulo Dybala, whose goal proved to be decisive.Harry Kane headed against the post in the 90th minute as Tottenham tried in vain to find an equaliser.Tottenham: Lloris, Trippier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier (Lamela 74), Dembele, Eriksen, Alli (Llorenta 86), Son, Kane.Subs not used: Vorm, Rose, Wanyama, Lucas, Sissoko. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebookby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksRecommended for youAspireAbove.comRemember Pauley Perrette? Try Not To Smile When You See Her NowAspireAbove.comUndoLifestly.com25 Celebs You Didn’t Realize Are Gay – No. 8 Will Surprise WomenLifestly.comUndoUsed Cars | Search AdsUsed Cars in Tuen Mun Might Be Cheaper Than You ThinkUsed Cars | Search AdsUndoTopCars15 Ugliest Cars Ever MadeTopCarsUndoezzin.com20 Breathtaking Places to See Before You Dieezzin.comUndoFood World Magazine15 Fruits that Burn Fat Like CrazyFood World MagazineUndoDrhealth35 Foods That Should Never Be Placed in the RefrigeratorDrhealthUndoHappyTricks.comHer House Always Smells Amazing – Try her Unique Trick!HappyTricks.comUndolast_img read more

Project to aid antenatal, new-born care

first_img12 September 2012 The Window of Opportunity project, which was launched in Johannesburg on Tuesday, will provide improved health and development services to expectant mothers and new-borns in South Africa and Mozambique. It is envisaged that the R200-million project will support 750 000 expectant mothers. It is a five-year initiative led by global non-profit organisation PATH in partnership with South Africa’s Departments of Health, Social Development and Women, Children and People with Disabilities, and is supported by multinational mining company BHP Billiton. The project will focus on improving antenatal and new-born care, infant nutrition, child development practices and the quality of health services planning provision. Fostering community engagement It will also help foster community engagement and accountability for improved mother and child services in four South African provinces – Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Northern Cape – as well as the Maputo province in Mozambique. BHP Billiton South Africa chairperson Xolani Mkhwanazi said the project would make a real difference in the lives of the most vulnerable. “One of our core values at BHP Billiton is sustainability, putting health and safety first, being environmentally responsible and supporting our communities,” Mkhwanazi said at Tuesday’s launch. Women, Children and People with Disabilities Minister Lulu Xingwana said social investment was a critical element of creating a sustainable economy and progressive social development. “There is no doubt in my mind that our struggle to change the lives of poor children for the better will be half won if more companies and organisations emulate this example. “As government, we regard private companies as very important potential partners, who are critical in delivering sustained development to the people of this country,” Xingwana said. She said the public-private partnership would have far -eaching positive outcomes through the consistent promotion of these basic services. Early childhood development top priority Xingwana stressed that early childhood development (ECD) was high on the list of priorities of the South African government. “The National Plan of Action for Children in South Africa, which we are currently reviewing, provides a comprehensive and detailed account of services that are critical to the development of children.” Chief Director of Children in the Social Development Department, Margot Davids, said the initiative came just at the right time in the history of ECD in South Africa. “ECD is seen as a primary programme for the care and protection in development of children. The early years have been recognised as the ideal phase for passing on values that are important for the building of a peaceful, prosperous and democratic society,” Davids said. “If there is an early and appropriate treatment and care, this can reverse the effect of deprivation and support the development of children in their potential.” Deputy Director General in the Health Department Yogan Pillay said the first years of a child’s life were critical for mobility and mortality, which is why they focused heavily on neonatal, infant and child health. “If we don’t do enough to support children in the first thousand days, any development glide that is the consequence of a lack of development in [that period] is not recoverable,” Pillay said. He also said the project could be used as a platform for government, civil society and the private sector to effectively partner to take care of families and ensure that no child was left behind. Source: SANews.gov.zalast_img read more