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By Randy Pospishilsports@norfolkdailynews.comNORFOLK, Neb. (Aug. 4) – It’s been a long time between wins for Dusty Poessnecker.So his excitement was no surprise after his win in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature Saturday at Off Road Speedway.A family-comes-first decision in 2013, to establish a local business in his hometown of Atkinson, put Poessnecker’s racing career on hold for four years until this season.“It was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do,” he said. “But I needed to concentrate on my family and the business, a hometown body shop which I bought from my uncle.”So this rseason, with the business underway and with the help of Dale Bittner of Big Daddy Racing, Poessnecker – who began racing when he was 11 years old – is back on the racetrack.“I couldn’t have done it without Dale. He put me back in a racecar,” Poessnecker said. “I got back into racing this season in the Hobby Stocks (division), where I’ve had some success over the years, with four or five track titles.”But after four weeks of racing in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, where he qualified for four features and finished among the top five twice, Poessnecker switched to the SportMods, a first-ever experience which did not produce immediate results.Since then, during four weeks of competing in the new division, Poessnecker had qualified for just two features before Saturday night’s victory.“The car wasn’t doing what we wanted it to do, nor was the driver,” he said. “We just needed to get our relationship together, so with the three weeks off here at Off Road, we definitely spent some time visiting, me and the car, and we came to an agreement on how it was going to run.”Despite starting on the pole, Poessnecker faced a race-long battle among several cars before securing the lead midway through the 20-lap race to finish just ahead of Karl Brewer and Cameron Meyer.“The car was liking the track, I was liking the track; I kind of liked running the top, and the track was good up there,” Poessnecker said. “Everything was good; everything clicked. We’re definitely going to make notes on what worked, and I think we’ll be right in there in the future.”“The competition here is outstanding,” he said. “They started 18 cars in the feature, and I would say every one of them has a chance to win.”Another driver with a ‘big win’ was Gage Koch, who earned his first Off Road Speedway win of the season in the IMCA Hobby Stock feature.In the Mach-1 Sport Compact feature, Ramsey Meyer extended his season’s undefeated streak at Off Road to nine while TeJay Mielke won the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature.
The organisers of the Okpekpe International Road Race, Pamodzi Sports Marketing has named Ecobank Mobile App as the officialÂ Banking Service platform for the 2018 edition of the race slated forÂ Saturday, May 12Â in Okpekpe, Edo State.Mike Itemuagbor, Chief Executive Officer of Pamodzi Sports Marketing and Chief Promoter of the Okpekpe International Road Race said the Ecobank Mobile App is the most ideal and suited for the Okpekpe 10km Road Race being an app that has been adopted across Africa.Itemuagbor observed that the Ecobank App would adequately cater for over 5000 local and international professional athletes expected at the competition and also sports enthusiasts and government officials from across the continent. According to him, â€œThe Okpekpe Road Race is a global competition. It is therefore natural we look for a bank with a serviceÂ platform that has international appeal. This informed our choice of Ecobank Mobile Appâ€.â€œWe have a long partnership with Ecobank based on the bankâ€™s African appeal which best suits our dream to become one of theÂ most sought after long distance race in the world. Our athletes come from all over Africa and they have testified thatÂ Ecobank products best suit them, enabling them access their funds at any point in time, especially during the competition as they do not need to carry cash or source foreign exchangeâ€.In his comment, Managing Director, Ecobank Nigeria, Charles Kie, said the Ecobank Mobile App is a game changer for AfricanÂ banking by using digital technology to combat many of the financial inclusion barriers faced by those on the continent.He said Ecobankâ€™s strategic mission is built around using mobile banking to deliver innovative, efficient and cost-effective services to every African.â€œOur app not only removes the barriers that have financially excluded so many Africans but offers next generationÂ functionality to help them send money, make withdrawals or pay for goods and services. Customers can use the app on their mobile to instantly open Ecobank Xpress Account, which doesnâ€™t have any account fees, paperwork or minimumbalance requirements, or to send and receive money across 33 African countries,â€ he said.The Ecobank Mobile App launched in 2016 has over 4 million users registered and has consummated over one billion dollarsÂ transaction value.The Okpekpe international 10km road race has set the pace for other road races in Nigeria and West Africa. It is the first road race in West Africa to be designated by the IAAF as one of the leading road races around the world since theÂ classification was introduced in 2008.For three years since 2015, the race was organised under the prestigious IAAF Road Race Bronze Label and now it is the firstÂ road race to be granted a silver label status in West Africa.The race is organised by Pamodzi Sports Marketing, a leader in sports marketing, sponsorship, hospitality and RightsÂ Acquisition business in Nigeria in conjunction with the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) and the Edo State Government.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
A mysterious animal disease has allegedly killed 1000 goats and sheep in three small towns and villages of Voinjama and Quardu-Gboni districts in Lofa County.The incident occurred in villages in Kugbomai, Kuluka and Marvin Konnedu.Residents told the Daily Observer that pest control and other insects killing chemicals have been used in the affected areas, but it could not be confirmed if the strange deaths of cattle have any connection.The deaths of the domestic animals hit the consuming public in Voinjama, Kolahun, Foya, Zorzor, Salayea and Vahun districts with reports indicating fear among cattle owners. In separate interviews with butchery operators in Voinjama City, they expressed concern and called on the Ministry of Agriculture’s Lofa Coordination office to institute measures in order to restrict the sale and movement to identify the cause of the mass deaths of cattle.Butchery Proprietor Mohammed B. Sow said “I’m really worried and afraid over the deaths of our domestic animals in our areas and want government’s agriculture and hospital people to do something quickly about this,” Mr. Sow stressed.He explained that the cow, sheep and goats largely depend on the green grass to graze everyday and anything that affects the grass will in turn affects the animals in almost all of the towns and villages.When contacted, Ministry of Agriculture Senior Agriculture Extension Officer J. Borley Dovee, warned against spreading news that the cause of deaths could be chemicals used against the Ebola virus.He assured butchery proprietors and the consuming public that efforts will be put in place to curb the spread of the mysterious disease.Mr. Dovee explained that measures include, restrictions on the movement of domestic animals in and outside of the county and decontamination of the affected areas.Medical personnel assigned at the Telewoyan Memorial Hospital in Voinjama declined comment and noted that they are monitoring the situation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)