Syracuse men don’t win for first time ever at ACC Championships; women place 3rd

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first_img Published on October 26, 2018 at 12:47 pm Contact Alex: athamer@syr.edu | @alexhamer8 Facebook Twitter Google+ At the ACC Championships in Boston, the Syracuse men failed to win an ACC conference meet for the first time, as they placed second with 61 points. The Orange had won five-straight conference titles since joining in 2013, missing out on the chance to tie Maryland for the most consecutive titles.The Orange had five runners place within the top-20, led by Aidan Tooker (23:55.1) in eighth and Joe Dragon (23:56.2) in ninth. Junior Kevin James (24:00) placed 12th, followed by sophomore Noah Affolder (24:02.8) in 13th and redshirt freshman Nathan Henderson (24:12.3) in 19th.Aidan Tooker was unable to improve on his sixth place finish last year at the ACC Championships, as he ran the Franklin Park course about 25 seconds slower than his time last season in Louisville at the conference meet.An hour earlier, the Syracuse women finished third with 83 points.In her season debut, redshirt senior Shannon Malone ran the 6-kilometer race in 20:32.9, good for fifth place. Coming off a hip injury, Malone said she will be at full strength by NCAA Championships on Nov. 17. Freshman Laura Dickinson (20:45:0) placed 11th.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNext up for Syracuse is the NCAA Northeast Regionals in Buffalo on Nov. 9, where the Orange will compete to qualify for the NCAA Championships. Commentslast_img read more

Adrian Marsh u-turns on joining William Hill as CFO

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first_imgShare William Hill has confirmed that it will recommence the executive search for its Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO) after Adrian Marsh revealed his intentions to remain with his current employer.Marsh, who intended to join William Hill’s executive team during Q1 2020, informed the operator that he would remain as Group Finance Director of international packaging business DS Smith.In his notice, Marsh emphasised that his decision was undertaken due to the ‘current unprecedented circumstances’ in which he would remain in his current role.Roger Devlin, Chairman of the Board at William Hill, said: “Whilst we note the reasons for Adrian’s decision, William Hill is focused on taking the necessary steps required in these unprecedented times to protect the interests of its stakeholders. We will provide an update in due course.”The update means that Ruth Prior, who is currently serving out her notice period, will continue to serve as William Hill’s group financial lead. Prior joined William Hill in 2017 as a member of the Board and Group Executive team, and announced her departure in January 2020Issuing a COVID-19 guidance this March, William Hill  took the drastic option of suspending 2019 shareholder dividends, seeking to bolster the group’s cash reserves.William Hill  underlined that it was too early to determine COVID-19 long-term impacts, but had anticipated that sporting disruptions would reduce group-wide EBITDA performance by £100-110m range. Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 Share Related Articles Submit StumbleUpon William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020last_img read more