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Leicester Tigers “disappointed” with result of Richard Cockerill appeal

first_imgSurely Cockerill regretted his actions, though this is rarely reiterated enough, but this line from the club spoke more of a sour taste at the handling of the incident. The RFU have come under fire for the length of time it took to rule on the matter and their conduct before and after. Cockerill has not been banned for the Montpellier fixture, meaning  the Heineken Cup pool match against Treviso will be the last played out with the director of rugby.It must be understood that this is a punishment, however, and while his ban may be compared to that handed down to red-carded hooker Dylan Hartley who has shouldered an 11-week ban that also includes friendlies, the circumstances are slightly different.Unimpeded: Last time Tigers played Treviso in the HeinekenArguably, Hartley’s ban is a total-rugby ban, meant to starve the player of all action as penitence for his lapse in the final. Cockerill’s ban is meant to keep him from decision making so as to show him what affect his actions have on a whole team, hence the deliberate move to include a Heineken pool game.As the miscreant acts of both subjects came in the league’s showcase finale and because both men have previous, it will irk some that the decisions on both did not come at the same time with similar lengths of ban or start-times for the ban. Blab for a ban: Leicester Tigers’ Richard Cockerill gives the officials a piece of his mind during the Premiership finalBy Alan DymockHAD LEICESTER Tigers said: “we’re not angry, we’re just disappointed,” while spinning a ruddy-cheeked RFU spokesman towards the naughty step it would have had the same ring…Following an appeal to the nine-match touchline ban handed to Richard Cockerill – a punishment for his antics during the Aviva Premeirship final where he was ruled to direct obscene, inappropriate and/or unprofessional language and behaviour at fourth official Stuart Terheege – the head coach saw his ban brought forward to include two friendly matches, but not shortened.Seeing red: Hartley was also punished for conduct in the finalAfter this ruling, which saw two friendlies against Jersey and Ulster brought under the ban but not a friendly against French champions Montpellier, the East Midlands club released a scalding statement about their feelings on the matter.“We are pleased that the judgement vindicated our decision to appeal and we are grateful to the panel for the consideration that they showed,” the statement read, before changing tact: “although we await with interest the written judgement to see why the pre-season game against Montpellier falls into a different category than those against Jersey and Ulster.“We remain disappointed with the RFU’s conduct in this matter but, as we have previously stated, this is a matter we shall pursue privately.” Of course, it would have sent more of a message to keep Hartley’s ban from all competitive action while starting Cockerill’s ban from the same time or not amending their original decision. Clearly they wanted to the ban to come in for the Treviso match and they felt that keeping the ban at nine matches but bringing it forward would at least seem slightly more lenient. The one-match Montpellier oversight still jars, though, and speaks of uncertainty.When it comes to such matters, surely any concession at all makes the original decision makers ill at ease and portrays the ruling body as less than commanding. No wonder they are getting a finger wagged in their face and being told they may not get any supper. TREVISO, ITALY – DECEMBER 15: Thomas Waldrom (R) of Leicester Tigers in action during the Heineken Cup match between Benetton Treviso and Leicester Tigers at Stadio comunale di Monigo on December 15, 2012 in Treviso, Italy. (Photo by Dino Panato/Getty Images) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALSlast_img read more

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Visa joins Ohio-based Fintech71 to help accelerate payment innovation in the “Buckeye State”

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Visa is excited to join the board of directors of Fintech71, an Ohio-based start-up accelerator focused on financial technology. Visa’s role in Fintech71 comes on the heels of Visa’s acquisition of CardinalCommerce earlier this year, a Mentor, Ohio-based digital commerce authentication company, with more than 174 professionals working in the state. The Ohio Venture Association recently recognized Cardinal as the 2016 “Venture of the Year.”Mark Nelsen, senior vice president of Risk and Authentication Products for Visa, will serve on the Fintech71 board. For Cardinal and by extension Visa, the Ohio-region continues to be a hub for collaboration and a hotbed for strong talent. The financial services category is already the second-largest private sector in Ohio and there are 200 universities graduating 170,000 students every year, making the state a great place for talent to live and work. continue reading »last_img read more

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Taming the digital risk tiger at credit unions

first_img continue reading » Providing easy digital access is table stakes among rising numbers of credit union members who need anytime, anywhere access to funds. But along with increased access come new risks as fraudsters shift their focus to digital theft of customer data, financial fraud and social engineering scams. Unfortunately, education only goes so far in protecting members from modern threats.Attacks at Epidemic ProportionsNumerous password breaches have perpetrated fraud-as-a-service schemes enabling nearly anyone with bad intent to enter the arena. Startling statistics underscore the rapid rise in cyber fraud directed at both members and employees of financial institutions:Card-not-present fraud rose by 17% in the first quarter of 2019; 88% of victims made a legitimate online transaction just before subsequent online fraud.Phishing attacks, attacks from roque mobile applications and malware are up significantly. For example, impersonations rose 56% between 2017 and 2018. Attacks from rogue mobile applications increased by 300% in the first quarter of 2019. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Community Crossing Grant Recipients in Southeastern Indiana

first_imgGovernor Eric Holcomb announced yesterday the Community Crossing matching grant award recipients list.  Launched in 2016, the CCMG Program provides funding to cities, towns, and counties across Indiana to make improvements to local roads and bridges. Community Crossings is a partnership between INDOT and Hoosier communities, both urban and rural, to invest in infrastructure projects that catalyze economic development, create jobs, and strengthen local transportation networks. Grant recipients in Southeastern Indiana include:CountiesDecatur County $999,970Fayette County $1,000,000Franklin County $1,000,000Jennings County $1,000,000Ohio County $760,250Ripley County. $995,548Shelby County $997,537TownsBatesville $217,090Dillsboro $232,964Greensburg $237,292Madison $721,870Moores Hill $372,228Patriot $143,155Rising Sun $227,122Rushville $712,025Versailles $12,600last_img read more

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