20 Nov From the section Welsh Rugby Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.com/sport/rugby-union/46282278 Read more about sharing. Autumn international: Wales v South AfricaVenue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff Date: Saturday, 24 November Kick-off: 17:20 GMTCoverage: Live on BBC Two, S4C, BBC Radio Wales, Radio Cymru, BBC 5 Live Sports Extra, the BBC Sport website and app.Backs coach Rob Howley hopes Wales can create their own bit of history by defeating South Africa on Saturday.A win at South Africa's expense would give Wales a first four-Test autumn clean sweep. Warren Gatland's side are also chasing a ninth successive victory against all opponents for the first time since 1999 when Howley was captain."It is a different era, and when you look back and compare and contrast," said Howley."You make your own history when you … [Read more...] about Wales v South Africa: Rob Howley hopes Wales create own history
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If you haven't already got your October half term planned, don't worry. We are spoilt here on Merseyside with some stunning parks and amazing facilities for the kids . And even more so if you are willing to travel a little further. But with so much to do, how do you choose? It is a nice problem to have, so we have rounded up some of the best things you can do with kids of all ages this autumn break. Expect thrills and spooky chills as there is a Hallowe'en theme to many of the activities this half term. Spooky Welly Walk - Sefton Park - Saturday, October 20 The annual event is sponsored by the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation and gives you and your little ones the chance to don your best Halloween costumes There will be plenty to do, with activities ranging from obstacle courses, fairground rides, and digging through monsters to retrieve a prize from the Yucky Dip. There will be surprises hidden along the route and each child who finishes the walk will receive a medal from Roy … [Read more...] about Your ultimate guide to October Half Term 2018
With England reigniting the nation’s love for international football across a glorious summer of Three Lions, World In Motion and ‘It’s coming home’ memes, it was hoped that the optimism of the World Cup would sustain itself going into a new cycle for the national side. Maybe, rather than moaning on about how much we all hate the international break – as has been a favourite national pastime for years – we should recognise its developmental value and get behind Gareth Southgate and the lads instead.Unfortunately, and this is quite a fundamental issue, a two-week international break is still impossibly slow compared to tournament football or the domestic season.SEE ALSO Burgess Hill Town offer football for £1 for Non League DayOnly now there is the additional difficulty of trying to understand the Uefa Nations League, a competition format so bureaucratic and inaccessible it makes the Brexit White Paper look like OK! Magazine.For those who will … [Read more...] about What is Non-League Day, when is it in 2018 and how can you find your nearest game?
The best founders, in general, have a great deal of empathy. That might seem like a strange thing to say - the cliche of the ruthless startup CEO hiring and firing, and making tough decisions, is very strong in popular culture. I accept that there are well-known exceptions that prove the rule. In my personal experience, understanding how people work, what their needs are, and what motivates them, is far more useful in the long run. It has often been said that running a startup is like playing poker. You can do everything right, and still lose. You can do everything wrong, and still win. That doesn't mean you should be reckless. Your best shot at success is still to make the right decisions. In fact, success often comes down to simply surviving long enough. That means not making the wrong decisions. Make a few wrong decisions playing poker, and you quickly end up bust. The same goes for a startup. With this mental model in mind, you can see how deciding to use empathy is a good … [Read more...] about Startup diary: The value of having a startup ‘meta game’
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