Prov’l agriculturist downplays Fall Armyworm infestation

first_imgBACOLOD City – The current Fall Armyworminfestation in Negros Occidental is not alarming, according to ProvincialAgriculturist  Japhet Masculino. Around three hectares of corn crops inEscalante City have been affected, too. There is a “critical need” to ensurepreparedness and strengthen pest surveillance and management activities, hestressed. Negros Occidental governor Eugenio JoseLacson issued an executive order creating a coordinating task force to addressthe infestation. Last week, five areas reported thepresence of Fall Armyworms in their farming areas – La Carlota City, LaCastellana, Pontevedra, Himamaylan City, and San Carlos City – attacking rice,corn, soybeans, sugarcane, and some vegetables. The infestation could be controlled andcontained, stressed Masculino, through the application of insecticides. According to a memorandum from theBureau of Plant Industry, the destructive Fall Armyworm has a high reproductiverate and is difficult to control as they have a natural tolerance for someinsecticides./PNlast_img read more

Lady Bulldogs Volleyball Home Opener Results

first_imgThe Batesville Lady Bulldogs won their home opener against the Connersville Lady Spartans 25-19, 25-22, 25-18 in Varsity play and 25-19, 23-25, 15-6 in JV action.Batesville vs. Connersville Varsity VB (8-21)Batesville vs. Connersville JV Volleyball (8-21)The North Decatur Lady Chargers won the Freshman battle 19-25, 25-17, 15-6.The Lady Bulldogs will travel to Shelbyville to take on The Lady Golden Bears on Saturday (8-23) with The JV start time at 10 AM.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jody Thomas.last_img read more

School Sports Injuries

first_imgThere have been many articles published about the increased number of injuries in school sports that have occurred since 2000.  A recent article published in the Indianapolis Star by Dr. James Andrews stated the main cause of these injuries came from playing one sport all year long.  His theory states that you use the same muscles too often.  His advice is to play several sports so that you use all of your muscles equally.  This was the policy when I was growing up, and it lasted until about 20 years ago.  It was then that club sports became popular and kids stopped playing multiple sports.  They would decide on one sport and play it all year round.Will Carroll of Greenwood, in his Bleacher Report, also backed Dr. Andrews report up and emphasized that young baseball and solftball athletes were pitching too many innings at too early an age.  Here again, parents put their kids on traveling squads where on a weekend their son or daughter may play as many as 6 games in 2.5 days.  Injuries have increased at a 7-fold rate since 2000.  Parents–take note!!last_img read more

Lady Bulldog Netters Post Season Opening Victory Against Lady Spartans

first_imgAfter a hard-fought loss at No. 2 singles, the Lady Bulldogs outlasted Connersville in both doubles matches. Kayla Stone and Lily Esser secured the team victory with a 6-2, 2-6 and 7-6 win at No. 2 doubles. The No. 1 doubles team of Corinne Stone and Betsy Harmeyer rallied from an early deficit to defeat Rylee Fuller and Kelsey Smith 4-6, 7-5 and 6-4. The junior varsity was also victorious is the season opener. Claiming victories for the Lady Bulldogs were Carly Fitzpatrick, Caroline Kellerman and Kayla Meyer in singles. Doubles team of Fitzpatrick/Kellerman, Bre Wells/Ashley Nobbe were also winners.Courtesy of Bulldogs AD Bryan Helvie. The Batesville Lady Bulldogs traveled to Connersville and opened their tennis season with a 4-1 victory.The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to an early 2-1 lead with victories at No. 1 and 3 singles. Sophie Brown defeated Juliette Collins 7-5 and 6-1 at No. 1, while Jenna Ertel was a 6-4 and 6-1 winners over Giovanna Struewing at No. 3.last_img read more

Moore takes Guyana’s first win at the Commonwealth Youth Games

first_imgYOUNG boxer Christopher Moore won his 60kg bout against Cyprus’s Dimitris Christofi yesterday afternoon in Guyana’s first silver lining, at the Commonwealth Youth Games ongoing in the Bahamas.Boxing continues for Guyana tomorrow when Keevin Allicock takes on North Ireland’s Kian Bittles in the 52kg category, while Guyana’s bid in the athletics competition begins today when Kenisha Phillips and Onasha Rogers step out in the Girls’ 100m heats.In tomorrow’s athletics Guyana will have Tremaine Browne in the Boys’ long jump. While Phillips and Rogers will be out again for the Girls’ 200m heats, Daniel Melville will be in the Boys’ 800m heats.Earlier yesterday, swimmers Patrice Mahaica and Daniel Scott were in the pool representing Guyana, but did not move into the finals of their respective events.This followed Joshua Buchanan’s performance in Judo on Monday, where he lost 00 – 11 to Barbados’ Khalil Jessamy in a repechage match.In the pool, Guyana’s Mahaica finished eighth in heat three of four with a time of 32.83 seconds in the Girls’ 50m butterfly. The heat was won by England’s Alicia Wilson who clocked 27.68 seconds, the second fastest tie in a heats.In the Boys’ 200m freestyle Scott finished third in his heats, stopping the clock at 2:09.90s. The fastest heat’s time of 1:51.06s, was made by South Africa’s Jarryd Baxter.Scott was also in the Boys’ 50m butterfly, where his time of 28.31 seconds placed him fifth in heat two of five.Guyana is being represented in four of the nine sport disciplines being contested at the Games.last_img read more

USC begins partnership with Kaya Press publishers

first_imgKaya Press, which only prints books from Asian and Pacific Island diasporas, plans to give USC students a hands-on experience in book publishing.Sunyoung Lee, the company’s editor and publisher, said one of the reasons Kaya Press moved from New York to USC was because of the strength of the programs focusing on Asia and the Pacific Islands.“We’re in Los Angeles because we had an opportunity to come out to USC, a dream for any independent literary press,” Lee said. “USC’s interest in becoming the premier university of the Asia Pacific age seemed like a perfect fit for Kaya Press in particular. We’re very much looking forward to contributing to USC’s emerging profile as a powerhouse in this area.”The five-year contract with the university means students can become involved with a fully operational literary publishing company with the actual processes of acquiring, putting together and publicizing books.Jennifer Reynolds-Kaye, a graduate student studying art history, has worked as a graduate assistant for Kaya Press since the start of the fall semester. Reynolds-Kaye said her work with the company doesn’t specifically intersect with her dissertation at the moment, but working at Kaya Press has taught her about publishing.“It’s a very vibrant, creative atmosphere, and it’s really great to have that opportunity, especially while I’m in grad school, to have that as part of what you do every day,” Reynolds-Kaye said. “It’s a very exciting place, and we want it to be a hub of creativity of students at USC.”Fiona Wang, a junior majoring in business administration and accounting, has been working as a project specialist for Kaya Press since October. She said the enthusiasm of Kaya Press’ workers impressed her.“I’d never worked for a non profit before,” Wang said. “It’s a different kind of passion people have. They’re not working for money — they’re working so hard because they love this.”Nicole Saeun Schildkraut, a graduate student studying English, said she has been working with Kaya Press for two years to publish her collection of poetry, The Magnetic Refrain.“Students who are interested in publishing would learn a great deal by working with them,” Schildkraut said. “It’s very hands-on, from the very beginning of signing offers all the way up to publishing them and creating publicity.”Authors whose books Kaya Press has published have received awards such as the American Book Award and the Association for Asian-American Studies Book Award.Lee said the books she publishes fix misconceptions about Asian storytelling.“By publishing only works from the Asian and Pacific diasporas, we’re hoping to showcase the innovation and diversity that can be found there,” Lee said. “[Our authors] are not trying to represent, so much as they are trying to bust through presumptions about the kinds of stories that Asian-Americans or Asian-Australians or Asian-Africans or Asian-Latin-Americans have to tell.”Viet Nguyen, a professor of American studies and ethnicity, said his department is concerned with the ways ethnic and racial populations in the United States are shaped globally by histories and events and how the United States impacts the rest of the world.“[The ASE department is] at the forefront of American studies and ethnic studies … because so many of its faculty and students are working on transnational and international issues,” Nguyen said.Kaya Press plans to unite Asian and Pacific writers in Los Angeles by working to establish an organization like New York’s Asian American Writers’ Workshop, a non-profit arts organization that supports the creating, publishing, developing and disseminating of creative writing by Asian-Americans.“Despite the enormous diversity of culture and experiences in Los Angeles, it doesn’t have any kind of Asian-American, much less Asian, diasporic, literary organization,” Lee said. “We [Kaya Press] hope to remedy that situation.”Kaya Press plans to hold its launch party in Kaprielian Hall room 445 at 5 p.m. on Thursday. The event will feature readings by Kaya Press authors, including Sesshu Foster, Catherine Liu, Samantha Chanse and Nicole Schildkraut. The Department of American Studies and Ethnicity will officially begin partnering with Kaya Press this semester with the opening of its office in Kaprielian  Hall.Edit ready · Kaya Press Publisher Sunyoung Lee makes edits to a book in her office in Kaprielian Hall. Kaya Press will partner with USC for the next five years. – Chris Roman | Daily Trojanlast_img read more

En Marche to sell FDJ on the condition that France revamps gambling regulatory framework

first_imgShare FDJ focuses on delivering ‘2020 savings plan’ as covid drains momentum July 30, 2020 StumbleUpon As anticipated, Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche government has confirmed that it will privatise French state-owned gambling and lottery operator Francaise des Jeux (FDJ).However, FDJ’s sale comes with several strings attached, as the French Assembly demands that En Marche moves to restructure France’s national gambling regulatory framework.As a key initiative of Macron’s ‘France enterprise and innovation program’, En Marche will move to divest the government’s holdings in a number of state-owned assets, including airports, railway stations and postal services.On Monday, the French Assembly granted En Marche the right to proceed with the sale of the government’s 72% stake in FDJ, in accordance with establishing new regulatory provisions for the French gambling sector.The French Assembly has stipulated that En Marche may only sell FDJ, if the government creates an independent supervising body to ensure that FDJ’s new owners comply with French fundraising, civic and social responsibility duties/standards.Furthermore, the Assembly details that France should create a new gambling regulatory authority, supervising all levels of French gaming/betting.At present French gambling regulation is governed by three separate bodies, with ARJEL monitoring online gambling services, the finance ministry regulating betting activities alongside the French Agricultural Department supervision of horseracing laws.In its update, the Assembly has pushed for the government to develop a unified framework, as a number of French industry stakeholders have suffered from ‘double guardianship’ operating French-licensed betting/gambling services.The sale of FDJ had been mooted for some time, as a number of ministers’ view the lottery/betting operator as a disposable asset which should not be attached to the state.Last April, French news sources disclosed that En Marche had hired BNP Paribas to review the strategic options of FDJ, should the government be allowed to divest its gambling asset.French news sources report that the government targets a €3 billion sale for its stake in FDJ enterprise. The government may further choose to retain a holding in FDJ enterprise managed by French state fund APE (Agence des participations de l’État). FDJ’s ParionsSport extends Olympique de Marseille sponsorship August 10, 2020 FDJ’s ParionsSport launches sponsorship programme for French amateur football August 24, 2020 Submit Share Related Articleslast_img read more

Clippers nearing end of their playoff chase with lopsided loss to Jazz

first_imgThey got zero sympathy from the battered and bruised Clippers, who were without three guards because of season-ending surgeries, plus a fourth with a potential season-ending foot injury, plus a starting forward with a potential season-ending hand injury.Doc Rivers started Harrell in place of Sindarius Thornwell and Williams in place of Tyrone Wallace to begin the third quarter, but the Clippers only fell farther behind. Asked if made the changes because he was desperate for a spark, Rivers said, “I couldn’t put Sam Cassell in.”Cassell is one of Rivers’ assistants. “We played like (expletive) on both ends of the floor,” Clippers center DeAndre Jordan said. “They had more energy. They were more physical. It looked like the game mattered more to them than it did to us. We got our (expletive) kicked. It was as simple as that.”The Clippers had zero margin for error, but that wasn’t new. They had been playing on the edge for quite some time. They also had nothing going at the start, which was more or less a repeat of Tuesday. They would have to rally from a big deficit again if they hoped to win Thursday.Much as the San Antonio Spurs did Tuesday, the Jazz moved themselves and the ball around the court at a dizzying pace. The Clippers stuck with it and wiped out a 19-point second-quarter deficit to defeat the Spurs, after they seemed incapable of keeping up with San Antonio.Thursday, the Clippers trailed 54-34 midway through the second quarter, but this time it looked different. It wasn’t just that the Clippers couldn’t match the Jazz’s energy in the first half, but they also couldn’t keep them in front of them. Or keep the Jazz from getting behind them.Utah burned the Clippers from the perimeter and from the paint.The Clippers’ frustration was obvious. Harris drew a technical foul for complaining about a no-call. He believed he had been fouled midway through the second quarter, but the officials believed otherwise and since they had the whistles they also had the final say.The Jazz lost Ricky Rubio and then Jae Crowder to first-half injuries. Rubio departed after scoring nine points and playing 8:08 in the first quarter because of a sore left hamstring. Crowder left after suffering a corneal abrasion when teammate Derrick Favors poked him in the eye.Related Articles Clippers’ injuries have forced Doc Rivers to adapt and adjust his game plan It might have been the defeat that put an end to their playoff chase, but in reality there were so many other games, and so many injuries that derailed them. Technically, they’re still alive with three games remaining, but the odds were extended greatly after losing to Utah.The Clippers started the day in 10th place in the Western Conference standings, two games out of the eighth and final spot. They needed to win all four of their final games and get the right kind of results in other contests involving conference teams to rally for a seventh consecutive playoff berth.Rivers deployed his 35th different starting lineup of the season, but it didn’t have the desired impact. There were no more answers. The Clippers never led and were never really in the game after the first quarter. They trailed by as many as 20 in the second and by as many as 30 in the fourth.Austin Rivers led the Clippers with 19 points on 6-for-12 shooting. Lou Williams, the Clippers’ leading scorer this season with an average of 22.7 points, was held to 12 on 3-for-12 shooting. Montrezl Harrell scored 17 in a reserve role and Tobias Harris added 11.Donovan Mitchell scored 19 for Utah.center_img PreviousUtah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell celebrates after a teammate scores against the Los Angeles Clippers in the final minutes of the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) goes to the basket as Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) defends in the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers, right, drives around Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell in the first half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsUtah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) shoots as Los Angeles Clippers guard Sindarius Thornwell (0) defends in the first half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) shoots as Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles (2) defends in the first half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Ricky Rubio (3) lays up the ball as Los Angeles Clippers guard Sindarius Thornwell, left, defends in the first half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers shouts to his team in the first half during an NBA basketball game against the Utah Jazz, Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) shouts to his team in the first half during an NBA basketball game against the Utah Jazz, Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert (27) reacts after being called with a foul in the first half during an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers, Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, left, defends against Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, right, in the first half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder shouts to his team in the first half during an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers, Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) goes to the basket as Los Angeles Clippers forward Wesley Johnson (33) defends in the first half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Clippers center DeAndre Jordan argues with referee Josh Tiven during the first half of Thursday’s game against the Jazz in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers forward Montrezl Harrell (5) blocks the shot of Utah Jazz forward Royce O’Neale, left, during the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz forward Derrick Favors (15) shoots as Los Angeles Clippers forward Tobias Harris (34) defends in the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz center Ekpe Udoh (33) blocks the shot of Los Angeles Clippers forward Sam Dekker (7) as Utah Jazz forward Derrick Favors, right, defends during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers guard Sindarius Thornwell (0) shoots as Utah Jazz guard David Stockton (5) defends during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan speaks with coach Doc Rivers during the second half of the team’s NBA basketball game against the Utah Jazz on Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Los Angeles Clippers center Boban Marjanovic (51) and Utah Jazz forward Derrick Favors, right, battle for position in the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Dante Exum (11) brings the ball up court in the second half during an NBA basketball game against the Utah Jazz Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)A tattoo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is shown on the leg of Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) in the second half during an NBA basketball game against the Utah Jazz Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) drives around Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) in the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Dante Exum, rear, lays the ball up as Los Angeles Clippers forward Montrezl Harrell (5) defends in the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell celebrates after a teammate scores against the Los Angeles Clippers in the final minutes of the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) goes to the basket as Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) defends in the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)NextShow Caption1 of 23Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) goes to the basket as Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) defends in the second half during an NBA basketball game Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)ExpandSALT LAKE CITY — Doc Rivers stalked the Clippers’ sideline Thursday, hands on hips, shouting instructions. He folded his arms and paced some more, obstructing the views of some of the paying customers nearest the court. Finally, he sat down and watched from his seat on the bench.What more could he do?The Clippers didn’t reach the end of the line with their 117-95 loss to the Utah Jazz, but they could see it as they trudged to their locker room at game’s end. The Clippers desperately needed a victory to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Jazz wouldn’t let them have it.“I just thought the team that’s probably in the playoffs played harder than the team that’s trying to get in,” said Rivers, the Clippers’ coach. “That rarely happens with us, but it happened to us tonight. We got frustrated early as a group and I thought it carried over.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

Wellington youth football scores for last weekend…

first_imgSumner Newscow report — The following are Wellington Youth Football1st/2nd grade Silver Team – lost 18-191st/2nd grade Red Team – Lost 25-123rd Grade – Lost 32-64th Grade – Won 27-65th Grade – Lost 41-06th Grade – Won 19-6last_img

Sony Sports Weekly Listings | 29th January to 2nd February 2020

first_imgAdvertisement 42pcNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vslo97Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E2r78jf( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) vcf2eWould you ever consider trying this?😱wxCan your students do this? 🌚bdk6soRoller skating! Powered by Firework Below are the updated weekly listings for Sony Pictures Sports Network from 29th January 2020 to 2nd February 2020Advertisement Wednesday, 29th January 20205:00 AMAustralian Open – Pre Show  Q. FLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD, SONY TEN 2  & SONY TEN 2 HD5:30 AMAustralian Open 2020 Men’s/Women’s Singles Quarter FinalsLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD, SONY TEN 2  & SONY TEN 2 HD6:30 AMNBA  Miami vs. BostonLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD8:30 AMNBA L.A. Lakers vs. LA ClippersLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD1:00 PMAustralian Open Mid Show (Q.F)Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD, SONY TEN 2  & SONY TEN 2 HD1:30 PMSouth Africa vs England, 4th Test – Day 5Live and Exclusive on  SONY ESPN & SONY ESPN HD5:30 PMAustralian Open – Post Show (Q.F)Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX  & SONY SIX HDThursday, 30th January 20205:00 AMAustralian Open – Pre Show  (S.F)Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD5:30 AMAustralian Open Women’s Singles Semi FinalsLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD, SONY Ten 3 & SONY TEN 3 HD (Hindi)6:30 AMWWE NXTLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD8:30 AMNBA Portland vs. HoustonLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD2:10 PMKFC BBL The Eliminator : Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney ThunderLive and Exclusive on SONY ESPN & SONY ESPN HD1:30 PMAustralian Open Mid Show (S.F)Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD2:00 PMAustralian Open Men’s Singles Semi Final 1Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD, SONY TEN 3 & SONY TEN 3 HD (Hindi)5:30 PMAustralian Open – Post Show  (S.F)Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HDFriday, 31st January 20206:30 AMNBA  Boston vs. Golden StateLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD8:40 AMWomen’s T20i -India Women vs. England Women 1st T20iLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & HD, SONY TEN 3 & SONY TEN 3 HD (Hindi)9:00 AMAustralian Open – Pre ShowLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD9:00 AMNBA  LA Clippers vs. SacramentoLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD9:30 AMAustralian Open Women’s Doubles FinalsLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD1:30 PMAustralian Open Mid Show (S.F)Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD1:45 PMKFC BBL The Qualifier : Melbourne Stars vs Sydney SixersLive and Exclusive on SONY ESPN & SONY ESPN HD2:00 PMAustralian Open Mid Show Men’s Singles Semi Final 2Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD, SONY TEN 2  & HD (Hindi)5:30 PMAustralian Open – Post Show  (S.F)Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HDSaturday, 01st February 20206:30 AMWWE SmackDown (2hrs)Live and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD, SONY TEN 3 & SONY TEN 3 HD (Hindi)7:30 AMAustralian Open Junior/WheelchairLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD8:40 AMWomen’s T20i – Australia Women vs. England Women 2nd T20iLive and Exclusive on SONY ESPN & SONY ESPN HD9:00 AMNBA L.A. Lakers vs. PortlandLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD1:00 PMAustralian Open – Pre ShowLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD1:30 PMAustralian Open  Women’s Singles/ Mixed Doubles FinalLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD, SONY TEN 3  & HD (Hindi)2:10 PMKFC BBL The Qualifier : Adelaide Striker vs Winner of EliminatorLive and Exclusive on SONY ESPN & SONY ESPN HD5:30 PMAustralian Open – Post ShowLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD7:30 PMSerie A Bologna vs BresciaLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 2 & SONY TEN 2 HD10:30 PMSerie A Cagliari vs ParmaLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 2 & SONY TEN 2 HDSunday, 02nd February 20201:15 AMSerie A Sassuolo vs RomaLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 2  & SONY TEN 2 HD8:00 AMAround The Hoop Pre ShowLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD8:30 AMNBA Portland vs. UtahLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD8:40 AMWomen’s T20i – Australia Women vs. India Women 3rd T20iLive and Exclusive on SONY ESPN & SONY ESPN HD9:00 AMAustralia Open – Pre ShowLive and Exclusive on SONY SIX & SONY SIX HD9:45 AMAround The Hoop Mid ShowLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD11:00 AMAround The Hoop – Post ShowLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD5:00 PMSerie A Juventus vs FiorentinaLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 2 & SONY TEN 2 HD7:30 PMSerie A Milan vs VeronaLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 1 & SONY TEN 1 HD7:30 PMSerie A Atalanta vs GenoaLive and Exclusive on SONY ESPN & SONY ESPN HD10:30 PMSerie A Lecce vs TorinoLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 2  & SONY TEN 2 HDMonday, 03rd February 20201:15 AMSerie A Udinese vs Inter MilanLive and Exclusive on SONY TEN 2 & SONY TEN 2 HDAdvertisement Advertisementlast_img read more