Health groups blast govt for minimal progress in revised tobacco regulation

first_img“Strengthening regulations to control [tobacco] consumption is imperative,” said Sally, noting that the prevalence of noncommunicable diseases was increasing, primarily in connection with high tobacco consumption in the country.Read also: Indonesia fails in tobacco control measuresEchoing Sally, Feni Fitriani Taufik of the Indonesian Society of Respirology (PDPI) urged the government to step up its tobacco control efforts, pointing out that several countries had banned tobacco sales and imports during the pandemic.According to chairman Aru Sudoyo of the Indonesian Cancer Foundation, cigarette consumption was the leading cause of the high incidence of lung cancer among Indonesian men, with 19.4 cases per 100,000 population. Meanwhile, the overall mortality rate for both men and women in Indonesia was 10.9 cases per 100,000 population.“The Health Ministry does not seem to take the situation seriously,” said Indonesian Teachers Association chairman Unifah Rosidi, blasting the regulation for its lax control of cigarette consumption “while our children have very [poor knowledge] on the dangers of smoking”.Separately, Indonesian Heart Foundation (YJI) chairman Esti Nurjadin said that the foundation had sent a letter urging President Joko Widodo to push for the revised regulation. She added that the YJI’s letter to the President also expressed appreciation for the 2020-2024 RPJMN, which promoted public health.Green Crescent Indonesia president Era Catur Prasetya underlined that regulatory policies on advertising, tobacco sponsorship, large pictographic warnings, pricing and underage sales bans  in many countries had proven effective in reducing tobacco consumption.“The PP revision is also important so the [public] has access to skills empowerment and smoking cessation programs,” he said.Representing the Alliance of Cigarette Victims at the webinar, Zainuddin, a survivor of laryngeal cancer from passive smoking, said that the revised regulation would help prevent “suffering” among young Indonesians.“Our request is simple. We don’t want the younger generations to suffer like we have. We don’t want more victims like us. […] Minister, you have a very large role to play in saving future generations,” he said.Topics : The Coordinating Human Development and Cultural Affairs Ministry has also asked the Health Ministry to review the regulations on online cigarette advertising and controlling the consumption of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), also known as vaping devices.The revised PP on addictive tobacco ingredients appears in the 2020-2024 National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN), which includes a plan to completely ban cigarette advertisements, enlarge the health warning pictographs, strengthen smoking cessation services and reduce child smokers by 0.4 percent.“The slow revision process shows the government’s lack of awareness about the urgency of controlling high cigarette consumption in Indonesia. The Health Minister should immediately complete his homework,” said Tubagus Haryo Karbyanto of the National Commission on Tobacco Control (NCTC).Indonesian Society of Internal Medicine (PAPDI) chairman Sally Aman Nasution stressed that stronger control of tobacco consumption was even more urgent during the COVID-19 health emergency, given that smokers were more vulnerable to contracting the disease.  Several nationwide medical and health organizations have urged the Health Ministry to accelerate the revisions to Government Regulation (PP) No 109/2012 on the safety of addictive ingredients in tobacco products.The organizations said during a webinar on Monday that the draft revision that began in May 2018 should have been completed in a year, but that the drafting process seemed to have slowed down after eight interministerial meetings.In accordance with Presidential Decree No. 9/2018, the draft revision targets the pictographic health warnings on tobacco products.last_img read more

​UK foundation Wellcome Trust prices first euro bond

first_imgThe initial order book was seven-and-a-half times oversubscribed.Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley acted as joint lead managers of the issue.Wellcome spends more than £700m each year on its mission of improving human and animal health, largely through funding biomedical research and supporting education.The proceeds of the bond issue will be used for the trust’s research activities, allowing it to reinvest more of the returns from its investment portfolio.Returns on the trust’s investment portfolio have been 10% annualised over 10 and 20 years.Over the past five years, they have totalled 75%, with a positive return for each year.For the year to 30 September 2014, the portfolio delivered returns of 15.4%.This performance was made up of double-digit returns in each major asset class, and represents the third successive year of double-digit portfolio performance.The Wellcome Trust is currently rated Aaa (stable) by Moody’s and AAA (stable) by Standard & Poor’s, and said it was its policy to maintain these ratings.The trust initially issued bonds in sterling in 2006, the first UK charity to do so.Successive sterling bonds were issued in 2009 and 2014.Danny Truell, CIO at Wellcome Trust, said: “These bonds represent our inaugural issuance in euros, and we are delighted to be able to extend access to our strong balance sheet to a broader investor base.“We believe we are the first independent charity to issue long-term euro debt, and it is testament to the strength of our financial position that we have seen such strong demand for these bonds.”He added: “It has been our strategy to review market conditions regularly and to access the bond markets when circumstances are appropriate.“We are pleased to be able to include the euro bond market in this ongoing assessment of opportunities for the trust.” The Wellcome Trust – the UK’s largest charitable foundation, with an endowment of £18bn (€23.5bn) – has priced €400m worth of bonds with a maturity of 12 years, falling due in 2027.The issue – the trust’s first in euros – is priced at a spread over mid-swaps of 40 basis points. Wellcome said the final coupon of 1.125% was the lowest ever for an Aaa/AAA-rated corporate in the euro bond market.It is also the lowest ever coupon in the euro bond market for a corporate issuance with a tenor of more than 10 years.last_img read more

Halfwave scoops two inspection contracts with Woodside

first_imgOil and gas inspection services company Halfwave has won two new in-line inspection contracts from Australian energy giant Woodside.Halfwave said on Friday that Woodside would deploy the company’s ultra-wideband acoustic resonance technology during two new inspections scheduled for 2019.The awards have been made as part of a master services agreement (MSA) between the two companies.“Woodside is an early adopter of Halfwave’s ultra-wideband acoustic resonance technology (ART), which provides measurement capabilities beyond those of existing inspection technologies,” the company said.ART is an acoustic resonance measurement technology, a highly accurate inspection technique. The acoustic signals transmit readily through gas, so there is no need for a liquid coupling medium, and they penetrate internal coatings and surface deposits, such as wax within the pipe.The signal transmitters and receivers can stand off several inches from the pipe wall making ART pipeline pigs capable of negotiating pipelines with constrictions and internal diameter changes.The ART Scan is a non-contact, low friction, lightweight technology, and only the polyurethane is in contact with the pipe wall.The two operations are planned to be carried out in 2019 on the 20″x 54km Pluto Flowline and the 40″x 134km 1TL Trunkline.Woodside’s Pluto LNG processes gas from the offshore Pluto and Xena gas fields in Western Australia. Gas is piped through a 180 km trunkline to a single onshore LNG-processing train.Since beginning operations, Pluto’s average annualized capacity has increased from 4.3 mtpa to 4.7 mtpa.According to Woodside, planning continues for the expansion of Pluto LNG based on the acceleration of Pluto gas and the potential development of the Scarborough gas field via the Pluto LNG facility.last_img read more

Burundi Elections:Presidential vote proceeds despite violence

first_imgRiot policemen advance towards protesters during running battles in Burundi’s capital Bujumbura Burundians go to the polls today to vote for the president amid sporadic violence in parts of the capital Bujumbura.Gunfire and grenade blasts have been heard as President Pierre Nkurunziza seeks a third controversial term.Mr Nkurunziza is widely expected to win a third consecutive term despite international condemnation and thousands of people fleeing feared violence. According to reports by AFP, at least two people — a policeman and a civilian — were killed in a string of explosions and gunfire overnight Monday, with blasts and shootings heard as polls opened shortly after dawn in the capital Bujumbura, the epicentre of three months of anti-government protests. With the elections denounced by the opposition as a sham, the 51-year-old president — a former rebel, born-again Christian and football fanatic — is facing no serious competition.Anti-Nkurunziza protests have been violently repressed, leaving at least 100 dead since late April.Independent media has been shut down and many opponents have fled — joining an exodus of over 150,000 ordinary Burundians who fear their country may again be engulfed by widespread violence.center_img “Despite a facade of pluralism, this is an election with only one candidate, where Burundians already know the outcome,” said Thierry Vircoulon from the International Crisis Group, a think-tank that has warned the situation has all the ingredients to kick-start renewed civil war. Opposition and civil society groups have denounced Nkurunziza’s candidacy as unconstitutional and a violation of a peace deal that ended a dozen years of civil war and ethnic massacres in 2006.Around 3.8 million Burundians are eligible to vote.UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon urged calm, calling on all sides to “refrain from any acts of violence that could compromise the stability of Burundi and the region.”Critics fear a win by the incumbent will be a hollow victory, leaving him ruling over a deeply divided nation.last_img read more

Minister assures on supervisory role

first_img “Nobody will tell the Federal Government to turn its eyes away from the decision of the majority of the board members and support the minority. “Every programme that has been put in place for the Olympics is on track and not just for the AFN but all other sports going to the Olympics. We are not distracted at all. Read Also:Sports Ministry warns Impostors to Steer Clear of Team Nigeria “Ultimately, the resolution of whatever is going on lies with he board. The government gets interested where it affects the interest and the development of sports in Nigeria. We will continue playing our supervisory role, intervening but not interfering,” the Minister affirmed. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Youth and Sports Minister Mr. Sunday Dare has assured that the Ministry will continue to align with Sports Federations that adhere to processes and rules guiding their activities, even as the government will only intervene without interfering. New Sports Minister Sunday Akin Dare Speaking yesterday in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state at the Restoration Cup, Dare said the decision of the ten members of Athletic Federation Nigeria (AFN) board to impeach its former President, Engineer Shehu Gusau, conformed with its rules. “The Ministry of Youth and Sports Development is really focused because we have the Olympics ahead of us. Beyond the AFN we have other sports federations dealing with internal board matters and that will continue for a while. “For the AFN, the position of the Ministry is clear. The government recognises the Olamide AFN leadership. They have been able to provide the Ministry with all the processes that have taken place. We stand with the ten members of the AFN board, we don’t stand with the two or three members. “We’ve seen their reports, their meetings, their resolutions, the suspension, the impeachment. They have submitted this report to us; it’s from the board, it is not from the Ministry.center_img Promoted ContentEver Wonder What Keanu Reeves Spends His Paychecks On?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Albino Animals Who Look Like GhostsPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?last_img read more

Tammy Abraham explains why he fears catching coronavirus

first_img Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTarantino’s Latest Effort Will Probably Be His Best To Date6 Best Natural History Museums In The WorldThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone Tammy Abraham has revealed the moral dilemma facing Premier League ­players. The Chelsea striker admitted he is desperate to get his season up and running again, but watching the news and his own family’s health fears leaves him wondering. Loading… Chelsea players ­had their own group chat on Thursday about the latest Project Restart plans to resume the season. And Abraham said: “We are humans. We do have feelings as well. It’s tough. I’m watching Sky News every day, waiting for Boris Johnson to make an ­announcement. “We’re following what’s going on in the world and trying to see if it’s safe or not to go back to football. The most important thing is for everyone to stay well and healthy. “Everyone wants to come back to football. I love football. I was having a great season and I would love it to continue, but when it’s safe to do so. “The most ­important thing is to make sure the world is getting better for football to come back. If football can come back in a safe world, then by all means…” Chelsea players have been training remotely by video link but also having group chats about the prospect of going back. English football is weeks behind Germany but is facing big decisions in the coming days, with finances and livelihoods at stake. “We had a chat in a live ­session about a week ago, about coming back to football, and there were a lot of people for it and a lot of people against. Tammy Abraham admits asthma-suffering dad has left him fearing Premier League return“I feel it will always be that way. I just want to be safe and healthy,” he said. “I don’t feel like it’s ­rushing. Germany have planned it out well. The coronavirus has not been as big as it’s been in England. I feel they’re going the right way. “Whatever ­decisions they make are for a good cause. If they bring back the ­Premier League then it’s clearly safe enough to do so. If they don’t then it’s clearly not. “As players, we’ve just got to be patient and keep waiting for the clubs, the Premier League, the Government and everyone to come to an agreement.” Abraham has admitted his concerns for his dad Anthony – an asthma sufferer – but even that has brought its own mixed feelings. Government confirm the Premier League can return in June – and call for free-to-air matches. They have been watching the Netflix ­documentary series The Last Dance, about Michael Jordan’s final season at the Chicago Bulls, and his dad used that as the reason to return. He said: “I’ve got his full ­support for going back. He’s one of my biggest fans. “My parents are always there, and he spoke to me at breakfast and said: ‘You watched the ­Jordan thing, I know you’re ­motivated to go back to football, when you are ready just go out there and do the best you can.’” Abraham has been keeping fit with a ‘tech table’ playing against his brother Timmy – on loan at Bristol Rovers – as well as ­enjoying his mum’s cooking as the family are in lockdown. He has not had the virus but had to self-isolate after Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive. But that Netflix series has kept the 22-year-old entertained – and inspired. He added: “It’s ­incredible, just to see how sportsmen can be so motivated and be so driven to be the best. Tammy Abraham has detailed his views on returning to Premier League action Read Also: Messi reveals his top five best players in world football “Michael Jordan was just ­before my time, so I didn’t get to watch much of him. Watching this just motivates me. “There’s one thing that caught my mind. He lost a game and made up things in his head of what someone said to him, and found out that person didn’t ­actually say it! But he used it to go out into the next game, to drive him into being the best.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

‘Ballers’ excite on opening night of Rawle Toney/Mackeson 3X3 Classic

first_imgTHE country’s top ‘ballers’ didn’t fail to excite basketball fans on the opening night of the inaugural Rawle Toney/Mackeson 3X3 Basketball Classic.The two-day basketball tournament bounced off on Saturday evening at the Burnham Basketball Court, where the winner of the event, which wrapped up last evening, will pocket $300,000, compliments of Ansa McAl under their Mackeson brand.Fourteen teams started the competition and it was evident that the ‘Fire Spot’ (four-point) was the favourite of the night, since the players pocketed $1000 for each shot made from the distance, compliments of FireSide Grill.A total of 18 matches were played on Saturday, as Pitbull 3.0 battled the Flamethrowers in the night’s first game.Pitbulls asserted their dominance, extinguishing the flames of the Flame Throwers to defeat them 16-07. The next game saw the Plaisance Ballers losing to the Dark Knights 10-11 as the game came down to the wire.Match three saw Top Ballers chasing out the Invaders 16-12, as the Invaders could not live up to their expectations.Continuing round one action, Sleepers unleashed a thrashing on GT Ballers 21-0 to be one of the most standout teams of the night as they kept their opponents at bay for the entire match.Culminating round 1, Ion Know edged Unstoppables 15-14 as play came down to the last second.In round two, Smooth took on Savants, and, as the name suggests, Smooth were literally too smooth for their opponents as they decimated them 21-07 to leave them in shock. Pitbulls 3.0 struggled in their next encounter against Top Ballers, however, they managed to defeat the ballers 07-06.Plaisance Ballers then returned in their second encounter and bounced back as they handed the GT Ballers a whopping 21-0 defeat.Ion Know then defeated Invaders 13-10 to register their second win of the night. Sleepers then showed why they were the powerhouses of the competition when they beat Savant 24-10.Unstoppables then put out the flame of the Flame Throwers, handing them their second defeat 21-09. Smooth then took out Dark knight 12-6 to end round 2 of the night.Commencing round three, Pitbull 3.0 cashed in on their third win of the night when they defeated Invaders 21-07, while in the second match, Plaisance Ballers made light work of Savants 21-15.Unstoppables then scraped a win over Top Ballers 12-11 and Ion Know won 20-15. Smooth then maintained their perfect record when they put the Sleepers to sleep 12-10 to cause a major upset that left the fans shocked, while Dark Knights won the final match via walkover.last_img read more

MBB : Syracuse at Louisville breakdown

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ SU has lost six in a row against Louisville. Just saying. SMALL FORWARDKris Joseph vs. Chris SmithNot really a matchup here, as Louisville tends to go with a four-guard lineup. Still, Smith is the Triche-like X-factor. He exploded for huge scoring nights at Villanova and Providence. But did little at Connecticut and Georgetown. But this year he has become a threat from 3, shooting 44 percent, and that could worry SU. STAT TO KNOWLouisville averages 9.4 steals per game, good for tops in the Big East and fifth in the nation. POWER FORWARDRick Jackson vs. Kyle KuricAgain, not a matchup in the traditional sense. Jackson is coming off his worst outing of the year, and it will be interesting to see if he can body with Terrence Jennings in order to have his usual field day. Kuric, on the other hand, is coming off his best outing of the year. A 28-point performance that trumps Jackson’s best scoring output by seven-points. If he keeps it up, SU will be in serious trouble. Beat writer predictionsTony OliveroLouisville 74, Syracuse 68In the second straight game where SU will faced an undersized team — much undersized – the quickness of a Pitino coached team will excel Against Georgetown, SU gave up the rebounding advantage. And versus a program famous for exploiting the Boeheim zone, SU won’t have enough.  Big number: 63.2The shooting percentage fro the field (24-for-38) for Louisville’s Kyle Kuric over the last four games. In that same span, he is 12-of-21 (57.1 percent) on 3-pointers. Last season against the Orange, Kuric had 22 points on 9-of-11 shooting. Comments FREE THROWS• Syracuse hasn’t beaten Louisville since Feb. 18, 2006 in the Carrier Dome. In that game, current graduate assistant Gerry McNamara had 30 points in a 79-66 SU win.• Louisville has eight players averaging at least 6.3 points per game.center_img SHOOTING GUARDAdvertisementThis is placeholder textBrandon Triche vs. Preston KnowlesFor the second straight game, SU will be going up against a much smaller opponent from the 2-guard spot to center. Still, just like the Georgetown game, the Cardinals will have the advantage here in Knowles. The strong under-sized guard will slash to draw fouls. Once at the line, he will convert at a top-rate clip. If SU’s zone can prevent that, its chances will be bolstered. POINT GUARDScoop Jardine vs. Peyton SivaSiva has the talent and the speed to be a sophomore stud. The native of Seattle has been featured in Sportscenter’s top plays already this year. But if the heady-Jardine surfaces, the frenetic Siva could direct the Cards into a loss. That’s a big if. Brett LoGiuratoLouisville 78, Syracuse 69Louisville isn’t exactly on fire as a whole, but the guy who burned Syracuse last year is. Continuing its defensive success over the past three games will be huge, but it won’t happen on the road.Andrew L. JohnLouisville 76, SU 71 Published on February 11, 2011 at 12:00 pm CENTERFab Melo vs. Terrence JenningsJennings gets the clear edge here. In practice, Melo showcases extreme athletic ability for a 7-footer, something that will become a scary player in two years. But against the one team and coach Melo would have gone to over SU, he and Baye Moussa Keita will be facing a freak-athlete who has harnessed athletic ability with his football-body. If Jennings can help UL pilfer rebounds to the advantage Georgetown had Wednesday, SU will hurt. — Compiled by The Daily Orange Sports staff Fortune cookie: Not in the cardslast_img read more

Syracuse women’s basketball opponent preview: What to know about Drexel

first_img Published on November 21, 2016 at 3:06 pm Contact Matthew: | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+ For the seventh time in the last eight seasons, Syracuse has started 3-0. The No. 14 Orange enter Monday night’s game having outscored opponents 275 to 174. Its won each game by an average of more than 33 points and none by fewer than 18. Syracuse (3-0) looks to get to 4-0 against Drexel (2-1) Monday at 7 p.m. in the Daskalakis Athletic Center in Philadelphia.Here’s what you need to know ahead of the matchup.All-time series: Syracuse leads, 2-0Last time they played: Last December, Syracuse routed the Dragons, 83-62, in the Carrier Dome to improve to 8-3. Briana Day’s 26 points, Brittney Sykes 16 and Alexis Peterson’s 11 lead the way for the Orange. For the Dragons, junior guard Jessica Pellechio drilled three 3-pointers in that game. She returns this year as Drexel’s leading scorer through three games.The Drexel report: Fourteen-year head coach Denise Dillon leads a Drexel team that can get to the rim, draw fouls and make you pay. At the line, their 89.5 percent free-throw percentage ranks second in the country. Where they’re vulnerable is on the boards. In their only loss, Drexel committed 12 fewer turnovers than Vanderbilt but got out-rebounded by 15.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOffensively, the Dragons have two primary scoring threats: Pellechio and Sarah Curran. The senior guard-forward combo averages 36.3 points per game as Drexel’s only players with double-digit scoring averages.How Syracuse beats Drexel: In what will be a battle of 3-point reliant teams, Drexel could stay in the matchup against SU if it can hoist 3s and knock them down at a good clip. The Dragons shot only 9-for-35 (26 percent) from deep in its loss at Vanderbilt. In their two wins, they shot a combined 20-for-57, a 35 percent mark.Drexel averages only 13.3 turnovers per game. Against the country’s best defense in terms of forced turnovers, Syracuse, Drexel will have to take care of the ball the way it has over the last three games to upset the Orange.Stat to know: 36.7 — Average turnovers forced per game by Syracuse, best in the countyPlayer to watch: Jessica Pellechio, guard, No. 23The 5-foot-6 senior averaged only nine points per game last year, but put up 30 points on eight 3-pointers in this year’s season opener against Penn State. She followed it up with 10 points and 18 points, respectively. A Virginia Commonwealth transfer, Pellechio finished second on Drexel last season with 60 made 3-pointers. Commentslast_img read more

Emily Hawryschuk and Megan Carney look forward after 9 combined goals against Northwestern

first_imgEVANSTON, Il.— A teary-eyed Megan Carney was stoic almost 30 minutes after her first collegiate season ended in defeat. During the press conference, she reasoned why her offense didn’t show up for the first 30 minutes.But midway through, a smile appeared on her face. Syracuse head coach Gary Gait didn’t want to look at Saturday’s game. He wanted to look forward, more specifically at the two players to his left at the podium.“We were young, super young team,” Gait said, motioning to Carney and junior Emily Hawryschuk. “We’ll come back with a team that has an incredible amount of experience of winning.”In No. 5 seed Syracuse’s (16-5, 5-2 Atlantic Coast) 18-14 loss to No. 4 seed Northwestern (16-4, 5-1 Big Ten) on Saturday, Hawryschuk and Carney combined for nine of the Orange’s 14 goals. In fact, only one goal scorer from today— Natalie Wallon — won’t return in 2020. As SU tried to mount a comeback against the Wildcats, it didn’t rely on upperclassmen like Nicole Levy and Julie Cross, who had been to a final four before. It relied on a group of players, who a week ago had never won an NCAA tournament game.“That’s what we had to manufacture from the previous year,” Gait said. “I think that’s going to be important.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor Hawryschuk, postseason success had eluded her despite her goal-scoring numbers. In 2018, where the then-sophomore led the Orange with 53 goals, Syracuse lost in the first round of the ACC and NCAA tournament. When Hawryschuk was a freshman, Riley Donahue took the final shots for Syracuse. Last year, Levy was the more-experienced attack.This season, Hawryschuk’s been the catalyst. She scored the clinching goal in overtime against Northwestern in February, and on Saturday, she broke through an on-and-off face-guard from NU defender Nell Copeland. Instead of disappearing off personalized defenses like top opposing stars this season, Hawryschuk has found a way to average 3.57 goals a game.“She’s been shut out, face-guarded multiple times like today and she still comes out with five goals,” Gait said after Saturday’s game.In the midst of the Orange’s potential comeback, she took a draw — Hawryschuk had 10 draw controls on Saturday — switched sticks and ran around the eight-meter to play off-ball. Because of the face-guard, most of her driving lanes were limited, but occasionally she beat Copeland.“It shows that she refuses to be denied,” Gait said. “She’s one of the few players in the country that hasn’t been shut out before.”When Hawryschuk couldn’t find space — specifically in the first half — she deferred to Carney. As Northwestern jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first five minutes, Carney scored the first two goals for the Orange. Scores off a feed and a free position kept SU close in the opening minutes until the Wildcats dominated possession. Comments Published on May 18, 2019 at 11:13 pm Contact KJ: | @KJEdelman Facebook Twitter Google+ Corey Henry | Photo EditorAgainst NU on Feb. 24, Syracuse was down 14-13 with under 30 seconds left. From midfield, Carney shifted right and jumped toward the crease to score the equalizer. Her late score made Hawryschuk’s game-winner possible.“(Carney’s) a good player because she has that IQ,” Levy said earlier this season. “So she dodges with her head up so she’ll get the assist, but when she scores her goals, it’s because she’s getting herself in the right position.”Remnants of her nine-point game against Virginia — tied for the fourth-most in program history — showed up early on Saturday. And after a lightning delay, when Northwestern had game planned for both Carney and Hawryschuk, fellow freshman Meaghan Tyrrell scored a pair out of the break, and another with eight minutes left.With SU’s top three scorers returning next year, the Orange may find themselves in a similar position again. And Syracuse will have their same top players for a chance at a final four.“We’re not going to be the underdog,” Gait said. “Teams are going to be ready for us. We’re going to develop the ability to finish games and win the big ones.”last_img read more