Girls Pink Knotted Ribbon Bun Hair Net – Dancewear Ballet Bridal AccessoriesHair Bun NetKnotted Ribbon DesignDiameter measures approximately 10cm (3.9″)Dancewear Ballet100% Polyester Good quality for the price and im sure it will last some time. I always put a bun in my childs hair for ballet every saturday and its quite time consuming but putting one of these over means it dosent have to be perfect as this covers any untidy parts of the bun. Its easy to put over and dosent require any more grips to secure. Our granddaughter loves it so i’m happy. My granddaughter absolutely loved it fits her hair perfect for ballet all parents complimenting her how pretty it was. Daughter loved it and looked really pretty with her ballet outfit. Good for holding a bun in place the whole hour lesson. Really neat hair bun net for child. Quite pretty but not quite as nice as picture shows. Still okay, not disappointed. Very good quality bun net that does the job well and looks pretty. Bought this for my 4 year old daughter for ballet she looks so neat & tidy & it gets her ready for strict dress code for ballet when she is older. My girl loves it, and makes my life easier when i’m doing her hair because it grabs all the hair inside due to having an elastic, even if u miss any hair u don’t need to do it again, just pop it inside. Lovely, a little darker than the picture but still ok. Perfect for my little ballerina. Easy to use, good quality and clips securely in place. Arrived early but no complaints there, daughter loves it. Perfect for her ballet lessons. Good value keeps my grand daughter bun in place when she is doing ballet class. Perfect for my little ballerina. Good quality and still going well. Good price and fast delivery. The bun arrived within the time stated. I bought it for my granddaughter to use during her ballet exam. She has a lot of hair and this net was big enough to fit over it. Quality was very nice as everything has to be perfect for exams. I would recommend this to others for ballet. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-06-01 21:15:48Reviewed Item Girls Pink Knotted Ribbon Bun Hair Net – Dancewear Ballet Bridal AccessoriesRating 4.6 / 5 stars, based on 46 reviews Lovely item very pleased would recommend. I bought two of these for my great grand daughter sophia aged 7. They keep her hair in a bun and look good. Pretty item and fast delivery too. Daughter is a gymnast and it is just too big for that purpose. Pink baller hair net Lovely for ballet class Rather thick Posted on June 1, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories Hair Styling AccessoriesTags Pritties Accessories
The Tripura government has banned the plying of unregistered battery-operated rickshaws, also known as e-rickshaws, causing disruption for commuters. The deadline to register the vehicles ended on July 31. A senior official in the Transport Department said a large number of e-rickshaw owners had failed to register their vehicles. “The non-compliance had continued despite a few extensions in the deadline,” he told The Hindu on Saturday.The Tripura High Court has issued several directions regarding e-rickshaws since March 2017, but the orders were not implemented. The erstwhile CPI(M)-led Left Front government had taken a decision in July 2014 to register and license e-rickshaws but no headway was made. Providing employment Authorities have been in favour of e-rickshaws as they are a cheap mode of transport and provide employment to youth. Following the expiry of the deadline, teams have been deployed to impound unregistered e-rickshaws. The Battery Rickshaw Welfare Association and the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh have demanded an extension of the deadline.
LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño Eduard Folayang, the current ONE lightweight king, said winning titles across different divisions the way Pacquiao did is near impossible to pull off in MMA.“Boxing and mixed martial arts are two different sports, so it will be hard to replicate his success in being a world champion in as many weight classes,” Folayang said. “There’s a huge gap in weight in each division in mixed martial arts.”But aiming to have the same staying power as Pacquiao’s is tough but achievable for Folayang. “What I hope to accomplish instead is to be a world champion for as long as he is. He encourages me to stay healthy, long enough to compete in a world championship at 40,” said Folayang.“Everything he is right now is a result of his hard work and perseverance. His story inspires all of us in Team Lakay.”ADVERTISEMENT TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss View comments NorthPort teammates blown away by Robert Bolick: ‘He’s not even a rookie’ LATEST STORIES Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Photo from ONE ChampionshipJAKARTA, Indonesia—Team Lakay doesn’t have to look far for an added source of motivation in its fighters’ bid to remain as world champions for as long as they could.Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao has been one of the best boxers of his generation for the longest time and although, he’s not the same fighter he once was when he conquered one division after another, he’s still a world champion even at age 40.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ That longevity is what the warriors of Team Lakay are aspiring to emulate on the MMA stage.“Manny Pacquiao is an inspiration to all of us in Team Lakay. We all saw how he rose from from poverty to superstardom,” said Team Lakay headmaster Mark Sangiao.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“If we can, we would love to replicate the duration of his title reign. We also hope to compete at that level on a global stage at 40 years old.” Pacquiao won his first world title as a flyweight in 1998 then, went on to claim seven more major belts to become the sport’s only eight-division champion after dismantling Antonio Margarito for the WBC light middleweight crown in 2010. On Sunday (Manila time), the fighting Senator is defending his WBA (regular) strap against Adrien Broner in Las Vegas. SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion
Since you’re here… Share on WhatsApp Share on Facebook Rhodes gives the impression that is a sensation he is yet to experience but it soon becomes clear he had been playing through pain for some time. “The tip of my collarbone, about an inch from the end, broke off,” he said. “After it was misdiagnosed, cartilage formed in that break so basically formed a new joint. I played with that discomfort and with rehabbing and strengthening the muscles around it. I managed to play for four years and the joint that formed; I re-broke that against Clermont. I went for scans and it turned out it was broken, not a dislocation as they thought.”Despite carrying the injury, the South Africa-born blindside flanker appeared in all but one of Saracens 23 Premiership matches, often turning out in the second row, where the team were blighted by injuries. He was ever present throughout their European campaign which culminated with their successful title defence and while six team-mates were picked in the initial Lions touring party, it was Rhodes who was named as the player of the season by his peers.Having arrived at Saracens in the summer of 2015, Rhodes does not become eligible for England until next summer – and he will not quite do so in time to tour South Africa – but he has made his choice and Jones can pick him next autumn, regardless of the fact World Rugby voted in May to extend the residency period to five years.So how did the conversation with Jones go? “Just a brief phone call. He just said: ‘Keep up the good work, I’ve got my eye on you,’ and I think it was just a complimentary call. He’s focusing on the players he’s got. I don’t really expect too much communication until I qualify.”Continuing Saracens’ imperious start to the season is more of a priority and Rhodes starts against Bath on Saturday, having come on with 20 minutes to go at Twickenham and with eight tries already on the scoreboard. Maro Itoje again starts, this time in the second row, while Mako Vunipola, Owen Farrell and Liam Williams are set for their first appearances of the season from the bench. There is still no place for Billy Vunipola, while Anthony Perenise starts at tighthead in Bath’s only change.In Rhodes’ case, ring rust would be an obvious concern considering how little training he managed over the summer but he clearly relishes the heat of battle. “You’ve just got to get through it, get a bit of game hardness and get back into it,” he said. “Training, you can sometimes be a bit tentative in contact. I’m sure there will be times in the next couple of games when it’s a bit sore but that’s just part of coming back. The game is the best place to test it out, get stuck in, get your mind on other things and go balls to the wall.” Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Share on Twitter Share on Messenger Saracens Rugby union Topics Read more Share via Email Premiership Support The Guardian England rugby union team features Saracens off to flying start as Schalk Brits humiliates Northampton Eddie Jones … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We hope you will consider supporting us today. We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Shining brightest among Saracens’ galaxy of stars is no easy task but it was an achievement all the more impressive considering Michael Rhodes was playing out of position for large parts of last season. Add in the fact the 29-year-old effectively did so with a broken collarbone and it becomes not only a remarkable feat but also easy to see why Eddie Jones has been in contact.It was a surprise, therefore, to see Rhodes on the bench rather than starting against Northampton last Saturday. That is until he explains how, in the European Cup final in May, he suffered a recurrence of an injury first sustained four years ago, underwent surgery to remove a piece of hip bone and attach it to the collarbone, spent three-and-a-half months in a sling and began pre-season training just a few days before that match. It then becomes astonishing he was on the bench at all.“I injured my shoulder in Cape Town four years ago and it was misdiagnosed when I broke the collarbone. I injured it again when we played Clermont,” the 6ft 6in flanker said. “They had to cut a piece of bone out of my hip and replace a piece of bone in my collarbone with a plate and a couple of things. It ended up being something that could have been prevented four years ago but as it is, it has come right now. The plate is still in. It will remain in there unless it becomes a problem – pain or something like that.” Reuse this content
About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Coady furious after Wolves loss: We must be better!by Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveConor Coady says Wolves must improve to get out of their current form slump.The Premier League club lost to Braga in the first Europa League clash of the campaign on Thursday, making it zero wins from their last three matches.Speaking after the game, Coady said: “It’s disappointing the run we’re on. We need to get out of it as quick as possible. It doesn’t matter what competition we play in we need to get out of it.”It’s everyone playing on the pitch. We all need to rectify it. We all need to come together. We should have scored to be honest.”We should have kept the clean sheet. We need to be better.”
Man Utd watching Napoli star Fabian Ruizby Paul Vegas9 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United have been watching Napoli star Fabian RuizThe Spanish international, 23, has risen to stardom since joining Napoli from Real Betis for £26million in 2018.And his exploits have attracted the attention of Real Madrid and Barcelona, who are in the market for a new control midfielder.Goal claim the Spanish heavyweights will battle it out for Ruiz next summer, but Napoli plan to tie him to a new contract with an £87million release clause.And the Manchester Evening News says United were also monitoring Ruiz over the summer. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
ESPN PlayoffIf you’re constantly tuned in to ESPN during pigskin season, you’ll likely see the network’s college football promo commercials dozens, if not hundreds of times. The Worldwide Leader, much to the dismay of many, uses the same song for every bit. By the end of the year, you’ll know every word.So which song will you know every word to this year? According to Chris Fowler, who used to host College GameDay before giving up the job to Rece Davis last year, this year’s song will be “Collider” by the X Ambassadors and Tom Morello. The X Ambassadors are an alternative rock band from Ithaca, New York. Morello, of course, was the guitarist for Rage Against the Machine.Here’s the video for the song, if you’re so inclined. It was released on August 1st.As a huge Tom Morello/Rage Against the Machine fan, this makes me happy: new ESPN CFB anthem w/X Ambassadors https://t.co/0ipVtmRM4y— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) August 3, 2016Last year, the tune was “History” by Lauren Alaina. In 2014, it was “Centuries” by Fall Out Boy.The X Ambassadors were formed in 2009 and released their first full-length album in 2015. The band is comprised of four members – Sam Harris, Casey Harris, Noah Feldshuh and Adam Levin.ESPN will kick off its college football coverage in 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Hawaii and California are set to meet at ANZ Stadium on Friday, August 26. The Rainbow Warriors and Golden Bears will meet a week before all other teams.College football’s opening weekend will feature a number of important games, so expect to see a number of promos. In the first few days of the season, we’ll get to see Kansas State vs. Stanford, Oklahoma vs. Houston, UCLA vs. Texas A&M, LSU vs. Wisconsin, Alabama vs. USC, Florida State vs. Ole Miss, Texas vs. Notre Dame and Auburn vs. Clemson.
HUDSON’S HOPE, B.C. — Cst. William McKenna with the Hudson’s Hope RCMP has published a policing report which says that police responded to approximately 32 calls for service over the last four weeks. During the month of April, the Hudson’s Hope RCMP issued 58 Motor Vehicle Act Warnings and Violation Tickets. One impaired driver was stopped and charged during this period. Four check stops were conducted in an effort to combat impaired driving. Cst. McKenna said that the Hudson’s Hope Speed Watch program is progressing and expected to implemented in the next few weeks, and that the detachment is still welcoming volunteers to help with the program. The Hudson’s Hope RCMP was assisted by officers from Fort St John, Chetwynd, and North Peace Traffic Services during an enforcement campaign over the May long weekend. Extra police presence on the highway, on ATVs, and on the water was focused in historically busy areas in an effort to prevent offences and injuries to outdoor enthusiasts.The Hudson’s Hope RCMP Positive Ticketing program has begun and will continue until fall. Several youths have been “caught in the act” being safe or acting in a positive way such as wearing a bike helmet, using a crosswalk to safely cross the road, or wearing a seatbelt. When officers witness this, the youth can be issued a free ice cream positive ticket. Cst. McKenna extended a big thank you to Belinda Karlin and the staff at Marg’s Mini Mart for partnering with the local RCMP in promoting safety and positivity in our community. On April 24th, officers responded to a complaint of a shoplifting theft from the Sportsman Inn Liquor store. The suspect was described as a First Nations woman, approximately 20-30 years old, standing 5’5” tall, with a stocky build. She had bleached hair with an orange tint. Anyone with information can contact the RCMP locally or Crime stoppers. On May 20th, the Hudson’s Hope RCMP were called out to a home on Twelve Mile road for a possible domestic assault. A man was arrested and lodged in cells for a few hours to sober up and was released later in the day. The file is still being monitored. On May 20th, the RCMP located a vehicle parked at a local business with expired insurance. The driver eventually returned to the vehicle and was issued seven violation tickets for multiple infractions. The vehicle was also towed. Anyone with information regarding current or past investigations can contact the Hudson’s Hope RCMP directly at 250-783-5241 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Visit http://crimestoppersnebc.ca/ for advice on submitting tips online and to browse the area’s “most wanted” page.
Further updates will be provided when more information is available. GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB – The Grande Prairie RCMP continue to assist in the search for a two-year-old boy who went missing near the Wapiti River at the Canfor Bridge during the evening of July 6, 2018.The search crews have been using boats, all-terrain vehicles, a helicopter, and people on foot in the search for the missing boy.As of 3:30 p.m. Tuesday the boy has not been located and RCMP Underwater Recovery Team (URT) members from Saskatchewan and Manitoba have arrived to assist in the search and recovery efforts. URT members are searching all probable areas using sonar and physical dives along the river.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday directed the consortium of lender banks that had financed the Delhi airport metro express line of Reliance Infrastructure to defer declaring outstanding dues as non-performing assets.The bench of Justice SA Bobde and Justice AS Abdul Nazeer asked the banks to defer declaring outstanding dues as NPA as Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) opposed Delhi Airport Metro Express Private Limited’s plea that it (DMRC) be asked to service DAMEPL debts. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderSenior counsel P Chidambram appearing for the DAMEPL told the court that DMRC, which is operating the airport metro express line, be asked to shoulder the responsibility of serving the debts. He also cited the earlier Delhi High Court order asking DMRC to service the debts. Initially court appeared inclined to agree that DMRC should service the debts. “Prima face we are with you. One who is running the train should service the debts”, Justice Bobde said agreeing with Chidambram.