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Accounting roundup: Discounting, ClientEarth, FTSE 350 audits

first_imgThe International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee (FRIC) has confirmed it will not seek to amend discounting rules under International Accounting Standard 19, Employee Benefits (IAS 19).The decision relates to uncertainty regarding the discounting of liabilities when using more than one currency.According the latest IFRIC update, “the committee concluded that the requirements in IAS 19 provide an adequate basis for an entity to determine the discount rate when the entity operates in a country that has adopted another currency as its official or legal currency”.In March the IFRIC proposed rejecting the call for it to start work on a project to develop interpretive guidance on the issue. The IFRS IC launched its probe of the topic after a company in Ecuador sought guidance on discounting its defined benefit liability, as this was denominated in US dollars.IAS 19 requires sponsors to use a high quality corporate bond rate to discount liabilities, or failing that a government bond rate.In the March edition of IFRIC Update, the committee confirmed current discounting practice in those terms.It also added that the discount rate was not meant to reflect the return on assets.Environmental lawyer highlights BoE climate change concernsSeparately, lawyers from environmental campaign group ClientEarth have warned that the Bank of England’s (BoE) policy focus on climate-change risk should serve as wake-up call for companies.ClientEarth corporate lawyer Alice Garton said: “The Bank of England continues its leadership on the financial risks and impacts of climate change. This latest statement reiterates that climate-related loss, mispriced assets and potential disruptions to financial markets must be taken seriously by all market actors, now.”In a quarterly update written by bank staff with responsibility for insurance and cross-border issues, the BoE said that climate change presented financial risks “which impact upon the bank’s objectives”.The bank identified these risks as manifesting through both the physical effects of climate change and the transition to a lower-carbon economy.The update said: “As banks and insurers realign their portfolios and adjust their underwriting practices, this will have consequences across the economy. Businesses and investors not considering these issues will be left behind.”Through its policy response, the bank was working with the sectors affected by climate change, such as insurers, it said.It was also aiming to enhance the resilience of the UK financial system through an orderly market transition to a lower-carbon economy.Recently, environmental NGOs such as ClientEarth, as well as investors, have shown a growing willingness to use the courts where companies fail to match their green commitments with deeds.FTSE 350 firms improve auditsMeanwhile, the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced that its reviews of the audit environment among FTSE 350 companies during 2016/17 revealed an improvement in audit quality.Melanie McLaren, executive director at the FRC, said in a statement: “High-quality audit underpins public trust and confidence in business. While the progress made by individual firms differs, all firms are investing in audit quality and have set out further action to improve.”The FRC’s latest update revealed that 81% of the FTSE 350 audits it reviewed in the past year required no more than limited improvements.The FRC wants this figure to reach 90% by 2018-19.Among the areas singled out for improvement were revenue recognition and processes for complying with ethical or independence requirements.The review also noted that auditors must do more to challenge management in areas where significant judgement is exercised, such as impairment, asset valuation and provisions.last_img read more

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Carillion: UK pension trade body calls for ‘urgent’ regulatory action [updated]

first_imgCarillion – a major supplier of services to the UK government – was founded in 1999 and has since acquired a number of other companies, meaning that it is the ultimate sponsor for as many as 14 separate defined benefit pension schemes.The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is designed to step in to take over DB schemes when their sponsors go bust.However, the nature of the liquidation means that, so far, not all of its subsidiaries have been declared bankrupt. As such, only seven of the 14 schemes have today transferred into the PPF’s assessment period, according to a spokeswoman for the lifeboat fund.The spokeswoman said the schemes in assessment covered roughly 5,900 members (out of a total of 27,500 across all Carillion schemes).The PPF assessment period typically lasts about two years, during which time members’ data is analysed to ensure the correct payments are made, and the scheme’s financial position is assessed to ascertain whether it would be able to pay benefits above the level of PPF compensation. The UK’s pension scheme trade body has called for regulators to “act urgently” to protect defined benefit (DB) scheme members from scams, following the collapse of construction company Carillion.Joe Dabrowski, head of governance and investment at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), said the trade body had “already seen warning signs that scammers may be seeking to exploit DB scheme members’ fears about their future”.“We call upon regulators to act urgently to ensure that members are protected, and to take the strongest possible action against unscrupulous companies looking to take advantage of savers,” Dabrowski said. “Transfers should only be undertaken if they are in the best interest of the scheme member and with the right level of guidance.”A spokeswoman for the PLSA later clarified that its concerns related to the wider UK DB sector, and not just Carillion’s schemes. Both the Pensions Regulator (TPR) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have said that, in most cases, transferring out of a defined benefit (DB) scheme is not the best option.Responding to the PLSA’s concerns, a spokesman for TPR said: “Some members of the pension schemes connected to the Carillion group may be considering transferring their benefits (known as a cash equivalent transfer value) to other pension arrangements rather than staying in their scheme.“However, in this case, some schemes have already transferred to the Pension Protection Fund’s assessment period and so members are no longer eligible to apply for a transfer.”The regulator urged individuals to seek advice before making a decision. Under UK law, those with a pension valued at more than £30,000 (€33,800) must obtain advice from a regulated adviser.The PLSA’s concerns come after the FCA banned a number of financial advice firms from transferring members’ DB pensions to alternative arrangements.Some advice firms and introducers had targeted members of the British Steel Pension Scheme and persuaded thousands of members to exit the scheme as it underwent a restructure.At a hearing in front of a committee of UK politicians in December, the FCA was criticised for not acting quicker to clamp down on inappropriate pension transfer advice – although DB pensions are regulated by TPR.The Pension Advisory Services (TPAS) has established a dedicated Carillion line for pension scheme members: (+44) (0) 207 630 2715. Liquidator PricewaterhouseCoopers has a dedicated web page for the pension schemes available here.Note: This article has been updated following a clarification of the PLSA’s comments.Carillion: A rapidly changing situationThe London-listed construction company collapsed into liquidation yesterday morning after last-minute rescue talks over the weekend failed.last_img read more

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Denise R. Martin

first_imgDenise R. Martin, 59, passed away on Friday, October 4, 2019 at her home in Greensburg.Born April 16, 1960 in Greensburg, she was the daughter of Robert B. Parkison and Ethel (Gabbard) Parkison.Denise graduated from Greensburg High School in 1978. She worked at the Oddfellows Nursing Home, Pinkerton Security at Delta Faucet, Delta Faucet, Morning Breeze Nursing Home and enjoyed delivering flowers for Henningsen’s Florist.Denise loved to play bingo, loved winter-especially snow, IU basketball, everything Greensburg Pirates, the tower tree, and most of all her family, alot! She was involved in so many things around Greensburg that almost everyone knew Denise and how amazing and selfless she was.Denise married John F. Martin on October 15, 1977, and he survives.Other survivors include her father; Robert Parkison, Greensburg, two daughters; Lindsey (Jordan) Nasser, Laffayette, Lani (Josh) Stearns, Marion, one son; Landon (Elanza) Martin, Avon, one brother; Robert E. (Darla) Parkison, Greensburg, one sister; Beth (Greg) Dudley, Greensburg, one sister-in-law Brenda (Bob) Treon, Greensburg, 6 grandchildren ; Jolie and Luka Nasser, Leyton, Jada and Lyvia Stearns, and Madison Martin, 7 nieces and nephews and 12 great nieces and nephews, whom she loved with her whole heart.She was preceded in death by her mother; Ethel Parkison and sister; Debra S. Hogg.Visitation will be held from 4-8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home.A celebration of life service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at Lifeline Wesleyan Church in Greensburg with Rev. Doug Preston officiating. Burial will follow at South Park Cemetery.Memorial contributions may be made to All for One Ministry. Denise always wanted a balloon release to celebrate her life. In lieu of flowers, the family requests bouquets of balloons to honor her wish.Online contributions can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more

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City boss reveals World Cup worries

first_img Press Association The final of the showpiece event in Qatar is to be on Sunday, December 18 – a decision which will allow traditional Boxing Day club matches to take place in Britain and avoid the fierce heat of June and July. It will be a shortened tournament over 28 days instead of the usual 32, starting on November 21. December 18 is also Qatar’s national day. “You need clarity and then you can prepare towards that,” Martinez said. “But I always felt that once it was given to Qatar it was going to be a winter World Cup. “When all the talk is about wanting the World Cup in different continents and different countries, and when the hosts are going to be Qatar, it’s only normal that it’s going to be played in the winter. “That’s going to affect two or three seasons around that date, but we need to adapt and make it a big football celebration like the World Cup’s supposed to be.” Hull manager Steve Bruce thinks a World Cup late in the year is a sensible move in such a hot climate, but took the chance to push for a winter break. He said: “We’ve got plenty of time to adapt. I’ve always said in this country we need a break, we should copy everyone else. When you see other teams come back there’s a freshness about them because of the winter break. “We’ve got plenty of time to put the schedule in. Once FIFA picked Qatar there was only one solution and they’ve picked the sensible one.” West Brom manager Tony Pulis agreed. “Whichever way you try to cook it they have worked it to suit the country at the best possible time. They have moved everything around to suit them, full stop,” he said. “They are the governing body and, irrespective of what you do say and don’t say, there might be loads of people unhappy with it, but they have got it through and it’s been agreed. “Everyone has to get on with it. What will be the situation in England, is everything is going to have to be reorganised and revamped? That’s going to be interesting.” However, Pellegrini is concerned how Premier League games, which would usually be scheduled for November and December, will be caught up later in the season and the impact of doing so on the next domestic campaign. “I think it is difficult to stop all the European leagues in that month, especially in our league at this moment, and not play football here in November and December,” Pellegrini said. “When you recover those amount of games what will happen in the next season, when you finish late, how many days the national squad will need their players? “I don’t think it is easy. It is a big task.” Swansea manager Garry Monk echoed Pellegrini’s thoughts, but conceded that teams would just have to “get on with it”. “It will be strange having a two-month break in the middle of the season. I’m not sure how that’s going to work and I’d have to see the exact lay-out of it, but I don’t think it’s a great thing,” he said. “It’s beyond the powers of Swansea City, but I can’t imagine too many teams are happy with it. But it sounds as if we’re just going to have to get on with it.” Everton boss Roberto Martinez conceded the tournament moving to November would need plenty of adaptation, but he always expected a World Cup in Qatar to be held over the winter. Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has questioned the long-term effects of holding the 2022 World Cup in the winter.last_img read more

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Update on the latest in sports:

first_imgRAYS-BIVENSRays minor leaguer talks about killings of 3 family membersDANVILLE, Va. (AP) — Tampa Bay Rays minor leaguer Blake Bivens says he learned through social media of the deaths of three family members last summer.Speaking publicly for what is believed to be the first time about the Aug. 28 deaths of wife Emily, 1-year-old son and mother-in-law Joan Bernard, Bivens on Sunday recalled details of traveling home to Keeling, Virginia, from Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he had been on a road trip with the Rays’ Double-A Montgomery affiliate.The 24-year-old pitcher’s brother-in-law, Matthew Bernard, was arrested, charged with three counts of murder and is awaiting trial. May 5, 2020 Bivens spoke for more than 30 minutes with interim senior pastor Travis Gore of The River Church during a conversation aired live on Facebook.The athlete said his faith has helped him cope with the deaths.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 — The Dallas Cowboys have made room for new backup quarterback Andy Dalton by waiving the player who sat behind Dak Prescott for most of the past three seasons. Cooper Rush saw mop-up duty in five games. Prescott hasn’t missed a game in his four seasons. Dalton, a former Cincinnati starter, is guaranteed at least $3 million in his one-year contract.— Former third-round pick Nazair Jones was one of four players waived by the Seattle Seahawks as the team reached its 90-man roster limit. Jones, running back Adam Choice, defensive tackle Shakir Soto and linebacker Pita Taumoepenu were all released Monday. Jones was the only one to have played in a game for Seattle.— The Chicago Bears have signed wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. to a one-year contract. A 13-year veteran who has played in Super Bowls with San Francisco and Carolina, Ginn caught 30 passes for 421 yards and two touchdowns with New Orleans last season. He has 409 receptions for 5,702 yards and 33 touchdowns for Miami, San Francisco, Arizona, Carolina and New Orleans.MLB-RED SOX-VERDUGORed Sox OF Verdugo says he’ll be ready for start of season LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA that accuses its men’s basketball program of committing a Level I violation with an improper recruiting offer and extra benefits and several Level II violations that accuse former Cardinals coach Rick Pitino of failing to promote an atmosphere of compliance.The notice is the completion of a nearly two-year NCAA investigation.Louisville acknowledged its involvement in federal corruption investigation of college basketball related to the recruitment of former player Brian Bowen II, which led to the ousters of Pitino and athletic director Tom Jurich in October 2017.VIRUS OUTBREAK-BASEBALL SALARIESAP Exclusive: Trout, Cole top 65 to earn $100,000 per game NEW YORK (AP) — Mike Trout and Gerrit Cole aren’t the only major leaguers with a big financial incentive to get back on the field.While they head a starry quartet that would take in more than $200,000 per game, 65 players would earn at least $100,000 each time their team wins or loses.That’s according to an Associated Press analysis of their contracts.Most rookies and those making the minimum would get nearly $3,500 each from a major league payroll of about $24 million per game. Clubs would benefit, too, with huge revenue streams flowing from regional sports networks and national broadcast contracts.SOUTH KOREA-SEASON STARTS GOLF-SEMINOLE MATCHGolf returns to TV with charity skins matchUNDATED (AP) — Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson headline a $3 million charity match on May 17 that marks the return of televised golf. They will be partners against Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff in a skins match called “TaylorMade Driving Relief.” All the money goes to COVID-19 relief.McIlroy and Johnson will be playing for the American Nurses Foundation, while the Oklahoma State alumni team will be playing for the CDC Foundation.The match will be played at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida. It will be the club’s first event to be shown on TV. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-OBIT-SHULAWinningest NFL coach Don Shula dead at 90MIAMI (AP) — Former Buffalo Bills coach Mark Levy, a longtime rival of Don Shula, says the late Miami Dolphins coach was “one of the great credits to the game that has ever been.” Shula, who died Monday at age 90, won the most games of any NFL coach and led the Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history. He retired following the 1995 season with 347 wins, 173 losses and six ties, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1997.Shula became the only coach to guide an NFL team through a perfect season when the 1972 Dolphins went 17-0. Levy says Shula “was the winningest coach in the history of the league and did it by playing by the rules and honoring the game.”In other NFL news:— The NFL is moving its five games scheduled for London and Mexico City this season back to U.S. stadiums because of the coronavirus pandemic. All five regular-season games will be played at the stadiums of the host teams. Scheduled were two home games for the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London and two at Tottenham’s new facility, with the Atlanta Falcons and Miami Dolphins as hosts. The Arizona Cardinals were to be the home team for the game at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. Opponents had not been announced. Update on the latest in sports: BOSTON (AP) — New Red Sox outfielder Alex Verdugo said on Monday that he is fully healthy and he will be ready for the season — if there is one.Verdugo has used the delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic to rehab a stress fracture in his spine he already had when Boston acquired him from the Dodgers in the deal that sent Mookie Betts to Los Angeles on the eve of spring training. At the time, the Red Sox said he was not expected to break camp with the rest of the ballclub; Verdugo had said he may be ready “slightly after” opening day.Verdugo said he remained active at home after the Red Sox complex in Fort Myers, Florida, was shut down. But things have been easier since he was allowed to return to the ballpark last week, and he is now working out four days a week. Because of social distancing mandates, the only other player he has seen there is pitcher Chris Sale.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-LOUISVILLENCAA accuses Louisville basketball of recruiting violations Play ball: Korean baseball league begins in empty stadiumsSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The new baseball season has begun in South Korea with the crack of the bat and the sound of the ball smacking into the catcher’s mitt echoing around empty stadiums.Umpires wore protective masks and cheerleaders danced beneath rows of unoccupied seats as professional baseball got back on the field today after a weeks-long delay because of the coronavirus pandemic.There were many faces in the stands in at least one stadium but they were pictures instead of real people because fans aren’t allowed into the venues.The country’s professional soccer leagues will kick off Friday. They will also play without spectators in the stadiums. Associated Press last_img read more

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Coulter-Nile sets World Cup record

first_imgNATHAN Coulter-Nile has pulled off one of the World Cup’s great ODI lower-order rearguards, setting a new Australian record in their clash with West Indies at Trent Bridge.Having never scored over 64 in any form of cricket and with only five half-centuries to his name in first-class and List A cricket combined, Coulter-Nile unleashed a devastating knock to fire Australia to 288.The fast-bowling all-rounder finished on 92 off 60 balls, belting four sixes and eight fours in a dazzling counter-attacking innings.It was the highest ever score by an Australian batting at No. 8 or lower in an ODI and he finished just four runs short of breaking the overall record set by Chris Woakes with his unbeaten 95 against Sri Lanka in 2016.Trevor Laughlin’s 74 was the previous highest score by an Australian batting at eight or below, a benchmark that has stood since December 1979.It was only the second time in World Cup history a No. 8 has scored more than 70.Coulter-Nile’s 102-run partnership with Steve Smith saved Australia’s blushes after they’d earlier slumped to 4-38.They were 6-147 in the 31st over when he joined Steve Smith in the middle.The Western Australian was nearly out off his second ball, but found his rhythm as he and Smith put on 102 in just 89 deliveries as the Windies bombarded their opponents with a volley of bouncers.Coulter-Nile had jokingly declared the hook to be his only stroke on Saturday when asked if he was anticipating the Windies bowling short at the Australian tail.And while he unveiled a full range of shots off both the front and back foot that belied his billing as a tail-ender, he did play the short ball with the ease of someone who’d grown on the bouncy pitches of Perth.Coulter-Nile brought up Australia’s 200 with an exquisite leg-side flick for six off Andre Russell and needed just 41 balls to reach his fifty.His union with Smith was ended when Sheldon Cottrell removed the Australian No. 4 with an extraordinary boundary-line catch, but Coulter-Nile was undeterred.He hit 27 off his next 13 balls before finally holing out to long-off off Carlos Brathwaite.last_img read more

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Syracuse moves within 1 point of bye after 5-2 win at RIT

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 17, 2017 at 4:23 pm Contact Andrew: aegraham@syr.edu | @A_E_Graham Behind a 27 shot advantage, Syracuse (12-12-5, 11-4-2 College Hockey America) beat Rochester Institute of Technology (6-23-2, 4-11-2), 5-2, on Friday afternoon at the Gene Polisseni Center in Rochester, New York. SU closed within one point of a first-round bye in the CHA tournament with a win.Just seconds after the first minute of the game, senior captain Jessica Sibley got the Orange on the board with her second goal in as many games. But 1:56 later Kendall Cornine tied the game on RIT’s first shot of the game. Alysha Burriss put SU back in front about four minutes later and Syracuse finished the period outshooting RIT, 16-1.The Orange was even more dominant in the second period as it only allowed the Tigers to test junior goalie Abbey Miller a handful of times in the entire 20 minutes. SU extended it’s lead to two goals, 3-1, courtesy of junior defender Megan Quinn’s third goal of the season.In the final stanza, junior forward Emily Costales put the Orange ahead 4-1 before a full minute had elapsed. Reagan Rust brought RIT back within two goals with around 15 minutes to play. Leading 4-2, Syracuse was able to salt the game away after Savannah Rennie scored the final goal to make it 5-2 with under seven minutes to play.With the two points and win on Friday, SU (24) now sits eight points clear of Penn State (16) in the CHA standings. If PSU fails to beat first-place Robert Morris Friday night, Syracuse will secure a first-round bye in the CHA tournament, as only six more points are available for the rest of conference play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Commentslast_img read more

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Matthew Moyer opts for Vanderbilt

first_imgFormer Syracuse redshirt freshman Matthew Moyer will transfer to Vanderbilt, he announced on Twitter on Thursday afternoon. Moyer started the first 20 games last season for the Orange, losing his job after suffering a high-ankle sprain on Jan. 24 against Boston College. He played in 15 more games but never started.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe forward announced his intent to transfer on March 26, shortly after SU’s season-ending loss to Duke in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Moyer finished the year averaging 16.8 minutes, 3.2 points and 3.4 rebounds per game.In Moyer’s first year at SU, he injured himself during the 2016-17 preseason, deciding to redshirt. He struggled in his only season playing with the Orange and was often chastised by head coach Jim Boeheim.At then-No. 23 Florida State in January, Moyer said Boeheim “got into me” during halftime. Moyer said that was not uncommon, especially if he had made a few mistakes early in the game.“Obviously coach Boeheim can be tough sometimes,” Moyer told The Daily Orange before SU’s Sweet 16 matchup with Duke a month ago.Moyer is the fourth player to leave the SU program in the past academic year, joining Taurean Thompson, graduate student Geno Thorpe and walk-on-turned-scholarship player Braedon Bayer. Comments Published on April 19, 2018 at 2:54 pm Contact Matthew: mguti100@syr.edu | @MatthewGut21center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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CHAN 2018: CAF Cancels Kenya Inspection Visit

first_imgRelated2018 CHAN: CAF Sets New Inspection Visit Date Following Political Unrest In KenyaSeptember 7, 2017In “Africa”2018 CHAN: See Full Schedule Of CAF’s Inspection Visit To KenyaSeptember 10, 2017In “Africa”CHAN 2018: CAF To Inspect Kenya’s Readiness To Host Africa, Set Visit DateAugust 15, 2017In “Africa” The Confederation of African Football, CAF has canceled the planned facility inspection visit to Kenya ahead of the 2018 Championship for African Nations (CHAN).The decision to cancel the inspection is as a result of the current political and security situation in the country following the annulment of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election by the Supreme Court of Kenya last Friday.A letter from FKF President Nick Mwendwa reads: “We have just been informed that in light of the recent happenings CAF will be sending its second Vice President Mr. Constant Omari to access the political and security situation of the country before they can proceed with the inspection visit,”The Caf inspecting delegation was scheduled to arrive Kenya for a five-day visit of facilities on 7th September and depart the East African country on 12th September 2017, ahead of the January-February 2018 CHAN.A new inspection date will be announced after CAF’s second Vice President visit the country on Sunday evening.The 2018 CHAN would take place in Kenya From January 11 to February 2.last_img read more

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Listen To The Man crowns successful day for bettingexpert

first_img StumbleUpon bettingexpert, Timeform and a rotation of guests will be providing expert tips for a specific Wednesday race meet.We will keep record of points won each week and the number of race wins for each.The guests will compete individually, with their points going up against the average totals for bettingexpert and Timeform.The new tips will be published on Wednesday ahead of the race meet, and the results will be available on Thursday.For the competition, we will assume that all selections are backed with 1 point.Lost tips will count as 0 and won bets will be added to the leaderboard at SP value.For example, if bettingexpert backs a winning horse at 8/1, they will get 8 points. Submit 1Sarah Shannon – AppBet313.69 2Alan Alger – Betway311.41 3Jacob Johns – Easyodds37.72 4Phillip Anderson – Before The Off36.17 5Ciaran O’Brien – William Hill35.29 6bettingexpert1.634.79 7Ben Cleminson – Square in the Air14.50 8John Hill – Coral24.25 9Alex Donohue – Ladbrokes24.11 10Michael Shinners – Sky Bet24.00 11Stuart Tilly – Argyll Entertainment14.00 12Darren Moore – Betting Gods23.66 13Conor White – BetBright33.62 14Trevor Keane – Sportego23.50 15Harry Lang – Pinnacle13.50 16Matthew Hulmes – Betfred23.25 17Timeform1.833.24 18Paddy Power13.00 19Russell Yershon11.88 20Edward Rycroft – LeoVegas21.82 21Charlie McCann – BetVictor11.75 22Stephen Power – @racingblogger21.69 23John Cruces – Dafabet11.25 24Michael Whittle – Team FA10.91 25Ed Nicholson – Unibet10.73 26Gerry Murray – 32Red10.44 RankTipsterRace WinsPoints ‘Better for Bettors’: Better Collective’s formalised approach to sustainable development June 15, 2020 Sharecenter_img Wayne Rooney speaks from experience to support 32Red’s ‘Know Your Limits’ campaign April 8, 2020 We are hoping that 32Red enjoy better success at the Grand National this weekend, after Director of Brand & Acquisition Gerry Murray managed just a single short-price winner at Wincanton.Murray now assumes an unwanted position at the bottom of the Tipster Challenge 2016/17, which has been sponsored by the professional in-house and third party tipping service Betting Gods.It was a similarly slow day for the experts at Timeform, who dropped to 17th, while 6th placed Stephen Harris from bettingexpert enhanced his weekly average to a highly creditable 4.79 points thanks to a 6/1 victory for Listen To The Man.Race Winners at Wincanton:Demographic – 10/1Dance Floor King – 5/2Listen To The Man – 6/1San Satiro – 9/1Better Days – 5/1Double Bank – 16/1Diamond Guy – 4/9Tipster Challenge 2016/17 Leaderboard Share Better Collective moves fast to mitigate COVID-19 as esports journey begins May 15, 2020 Related Articleslast_img read more

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