Ticket sales for Rugby World Cup 2019 to start in January 2018

first_imgWith the match schedule also announced, the Japanese public and rugby fans around the world can now begin to plan for a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ experience.At the heart of a programme aimed at selling 1.8 million tickets, are child tickets from ¥1,000, adult tickets from ¥2,019 and 900,000 tickets under ¥15,000 as organisers aim to attract new fans to the sport across the nationwide spread of 12 host cities.Accessibility is also central to the strategy and Japan 2019 is set to be the most accessible Rugby World Cup of the modern era with a three-phase programme that recognises domestic and global demand, rewarding the Japan rugby family, host city residents and supporters’ club/front row members within the priority sales phases.Fans can secure tickets via the public sales process managed by Japan Rugby 2019 or via the official travel and hospitality programmes managed by Sports Travel and Hospitality (STH) Limited. Details of the full range of options can be found on the official ticketing website www.rugbyworldcup.com/tickets.Demand is anticipated to be high, with 60,000 fans already having registered interest in tickets via the official ticketing site since September. All fans interested in public tickets need to register.  As with previous Rugby World Cups a phased process will operate beginning in January 2018. This process has been designed to be attractive and accessible for Japanese public and rugby family, while giving global fans a fair chance of securing tickets for what is set to be a very special Rugby World Cup.Phase one: Supporter tours, Team and Stadium packsSupporters around the world and in Japan can buy travelling fan packages from 1 January, allowing them time to make travel arrangements. These will be sold through the official travel agents appointed by STH, the exclusive official travel provider. Fans can find out more via www.rugbyworldcup.com/supportertours.The priority sales programme for the Japan rugby family, host cities’ residents and Supporters’ Club/Front Row members will launch in January 2018 and will operate in a phased process, starting with team and stadium bundles, which are available for a limited amount of time.·         19-26 January, 2018: Japan rugby family priority group ballot applications for team and stadium packs·         27 January – 12 February, 2018: General ballot applications for team and stadium packs – open to anyone around the worldPhase two: Individual sales for priority groups and hospitalityFrom 1 February, 2018 the hospitality programme will launch via STH Japan KK, offering a range of package options, catering for a variety of requirements and budgets. In the meantime, individuals and companies can register their interest via www.rugbyworldcup.com/hospitality. The individual ticket priority sales programme for the Japan rugby family, host cities residents, Supporters’ Club/Front Row members will launch in February 2018 and will operate in a phased process. Japan Rugby 2019 has collaborated with the Japan Rugby Football Union (JRFU) and its clubs to make tickets available to club members who support the game week-in, week-out in the host nation.·         19 February – 12 March, 2018: Japan rugby family priority group ballot applications (club members)·         19 March – 12 April, 2018: Host cities priority group ballot applications·         19 April – 12 May, 2018: Japan rugby friends priority group ballot applications·         19 May – 26 June, 2018: Supporters’ Club/Front Row members priority group ballot applicationsPhase three: General ticket sales from September 2018In September 2018, one year from the tournament, general sales will begin through a public application process. Fans will be able to apply for tickets with oversubscribed matches being entered into a ballot system. The final phase of ticketing will see any remaining tickets go on sale on a first-come, first-served basis from January 2019.·         19 September – 12 November, 2018: General global ballot applications·         19 January, 2019: Real-time first-come-first-served individual tickets sales All sales phases will start at 10:00 (Japan time) on the advertised dateDemand is anticipated to be high, with 60,000 fans already having registered interest in tickets via the official ticketing site since September. All fans interested in public tickets need to register.Japan Rugby 2019 Chief Executive Akira Shimazu said: “We are today launching a ticketing programme that will provide all of Japan with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to engage with one of the world’s biggest and best-loved major sports event, and the biggest sporting event in Japan for a generation.“Our ambition is for the tournament to be a celebration of rugby, friendship and Japan, encouraging more people to support the game, and that ambition is reflected in an attractive and accessible ticketing programme.“We have a range of tickets for every budget and a sales process that will ensure that host city residents, the Japan rugby family and global rugby family have ample opportunity to experience this very special event in a very special nation.”World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont added: “This announcement represents a fantastic opportunity for the people of Japan and fans around the world to experience what promises to be a very special and ground-breaking Rugby World Cup in 2019. With the match schedule also announced this is the day that they can start to plan. There are affordable and accessible options to suit every need.”Mastercard, as a worldwide partner of Rugby World Cup 2019, is offering those who apply for tickets using their Mastercard the chance to receive a double entry in the ticketing ballot for the opportunity to secure tickets to each of the matches they apply for.last_img read more

Barclays Premier League Reviews

first_imgBarclays Premier League ReviewsJohn LeyCRYSTAL PALACE 1 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 3GOALS:- PALACE: VERTONGHEN OG 30th. TOTTENHAM: KANE 63rd; ALLI 84th; CHADLI 90th.Dele Alli scored a wonder goal to put Tottenham into fourth place in the Barclays Premier League. Jan Vertonghen turned Wilfried Zaha’s cross into his own net to put Palace ahead, but Harry Kane levelled. Then Alli flicked the ball over his head before volleying Spurs into the lead, while Nacer Chadli netted a late third.LEICESTER CITY 3 STOKE CITY 0GOALS:- LEICESTER: DRONKWATER 42nd; VARDY 66th; ULLOA 87th.Leicester moved three points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League on Saturday with an impressive win over Stoke. Danny Drinkwater gave Leicester the lead before Jamie Vardy ended his goal drought of 10 hours and 17 minutes and Leonardo Ulloa completed their 13th win of the season.MANCHESTER UNITED 0 SOUTHAMPTON 1GOAL:- SOUTHAMPTON: AUSTIN 87th.Southampton substitute Charlie Austin scored the winner to punish lacklustre Manchester United at Old Trafford. Austin, signed last weekend from Queens Park Rangers, rose to head home an 87th minute free-kick. At the end, United manager Louis van Gaal and his players were booed off.NORWICH CITY 4 LIVERPOOL 5GOALS:- NORWICH: MBOKAI 29th; NAISMITH 41st; HOOLAHAN PEN 54th; BASSONG 90th. LIVERPOOL: FIRMINO 18th, 63rd; HENDERSON 55th; MILNER 75th; LALLANA 90th.Liverpool come back from 3-1 down to steal a dramatic last-minute winner from Adam Lallana. Roberto Firmino put Liverpool ahead, but Dieumerci’s Mbokani levelled before debutant Steven Naismith put the home side in front. Wes Hoolahan added a penalty, before Jordan Henderson and Firmino struck. James Milner put the away side ahead and though Sebastien Bassong netted in added time, Lallana delivered a twist.SUNDERLAND 1 AFC BOURNEMOUTH 1GOALS:- SUNDERLAND VAN AANHOLT 45th. BOURNEMOUTH: AFOBE 13th.Patrick van Aanholt scored for the second game in a row as Sunderland came from behind to draw against relegation rivals Bournemouth. The visitors dominated the opening half-hour and took the lead through Benik Afobe’s diving header. But Sunderland hit back through Van Aanholt, who collected Fabio Borini’s through ball and shot past Artur Boruc.WATFORD 2 NEWCASTLE UNITED 1GOALS:- WATFORD: IGHALO 46th; CATHCART 58th. NEWCASTLE: LASCELLES 71st.Odion Ighalo rediscovered his scoring touch as Watford won their first league game in six. The Nigerian striker went into the game without a goal since 28 December, but finally claimed his 14th of the season when he beat the offside trap to slot in Troy Deeney’s through ball. He then set up Craig Cathcart, who drove in the second from six yards. Newcastle’s Jamaal Lascelles headed home in the 71st minute to set up a tense finish.WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0 ASTON VILLA 0Aston Villa avoided defeat for a third successive Barclays Premier League match as they held neighbours West Bromwich Albion in an uninspiring stalemate. Villa could have been awarded a first-half penalty when Jordan Ayew appeared to be fouled by Albion defender Jonas Olsson. Albion failed to register a single shot on target, although Craig Dawson headed over and Stephane Sessegnon slashed wide after the break.WEST HAM UNITED 2 MANCHESTER CITY 2GOALS:- WEST HAM: VALENCIA 1st, 56th. CITY: AGUERO PEN 9th, 81st.Manchester City lost ground on Barclays Premier League leaders Leicester City as Sergio Aguero scored twice to rescue a draw at West Ham. Enner Valencia struck from inside the area after 53 seconds for the Hammers, but Aguero equalised with a penalty after he had been fouled. The hosts regained the lead when Valencia capitalised on hesitant defending by Nicolas Otamendi to stab in. However, Aguero struck from 10 yards late on to earn his side a point.last_img read more

Linden Mayor flouts law, sends Town Clerk on admin leave

first_img– Minister Bulkan silentIn clear violation of the Municipal and District Councils Act, Chapter 28:01, Linden Mayor Carwyn Holland on Thursday decided to unilaterally send Town Clerk Jenella Bowen on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation, which is before Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan. Only the Communities Minister in the absence of a Local Government Commission is vested with the power to make that decision.Holland and the Linden Mayor and Town Council (LMTC) had passed two no-confidence motions against Bowen and subsequently wrote Minister Bulkan requesting she be removed. But Minister Bulkan is still to make a decision, which seemingly angered Holland, prompting him to decide to take his own action against the Town Clerk.Linden Town Clerk Jenella BowenGuyana Times has seen a letter dated October 6, 2016 that Holland wrote to Bowen, instructing that she proceed on administrative leave with immediate effect until the conclusion of “the hearing”.“Please be informed that the Ministry of Communities has reviewed the Council’s recommendation and granted no objection,” the letter copied to Communities Ministry Permanent Secretary Emile McGarrel and the LMTC Personnel Officer stated.It went on to highlight that the LMTC proceeded in accordance with the Municipal and District Councils Act, Chapter 28:0, Section 8 A, Subsection G, which states that the Council shall “ensure that the municipality is managed in a professional and competent manner by a qualified Town Clerk” and Section 8 A, Subsection H, which states that the Council “shall perform any other duties or functions imposed on the Council by this or any other law or by the Council”. Subsequently, the Mayor; his deputy, Waneka Arrindell and two senior Police Officers reportedly showed up at the home of the Town Clerk and demanded that she hand over all of the Council’s belongings to them.However, nowhere in the cited act is the Council given the authority to discipline or remove from office the Town Clerk.When contacted, Bowen told Guyana Times that she made attempts to contact Minister Bulkan, but those attempts were unsuccessful; however, she was able to speak with Permanent Secretary McGarrel who advised that she comply with the instructions of the Council.McGarrel confirmed this to Guyana Times , but stated that his advice was to defuse any possible “physical” confrontation. He declined to answer any other question on the issue.Efforts to contact Minister Bulkan proved futile, as calls to his office and mobile phones went unanswered. But a call to his residence was answered and after a prolonged delay, Guyana Times was told he was not at home at that time.Bowen said she has since sought legal advice on the way forward, but could not say if she would report for duty today.The Mayor’s action was deemed unconstitutional, since Section 118 of the Municipal and District Councils Act, Chapter 28:01 clearly states that in the absence of a Local Government Commission, the Communities Minister holds the power to appoint, discipline and disappoint any Local Government Officer.Section 120 of the Act states; “The power to exercise disciplinary control over Local Government Officers (including the power to remove them from office) shall be exercised by the Commission or other person or authority in whom such power is vested under Section 118 or Section 119 in accordance with any rules pertaining to discipline made by the Commission under Section 114.”Section 121 adds that where a Local Government Officer is disciplined, including removal from office by anyone other than the Commission or its designate, the officer can appeal that decision, which the Council or its designate can confirm, set aside or vary any finding on such persons or authority and to confirm, quash or vary any penalty awarded.Former Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister Anil Nandlall, in an invited comment on Thursday evening, said that Town Clerks, like Regional Executive Officers (REOs), are creatures of the Minister and it is only him who can discipline or dismiss them.He said what was playing out at the Linden municipality was purely authoritarian action by the Mayor and his gang.“Again we are witnessing authoritarianism and a clear violation of the rule of law. The municipality has no authority to discipline or dismiss the Town Clerk: the Town Clerk is a creature of the Minister,” Nandlall, a respected lawyer, opined.He said the actions by Holland and others in Linden and the silence of Bulkan may very well be a sign of the Minister’s weak leadership skills.The spat between Bowen and several Councillors, including Holland and Arrindell, began after she accused the Mayor and Deputy Mayor of spending over $500,000 on travel expenses from the already depleted coffers of the Town Council.The Linden Town Council has not met in more than two months and when contacted last week, Holland told Guyana Times that he was unable to get a quorum for the meetings as Councillors were anxiously awaiting Minister Bulkan’s ruling on the Town Clerk.last_img read more

Amidst Worsening Ebola Crisis, Sierra Leone to Shut for 3 Days

first_imgNeighboring Serra Leone is to confine its people to their respective homes in what the government refers to as a “Nationwide three-day shutdown” beginning September 19.The decision according to government spokesman Abdulai Bayratay, is meant to help contain the Ebola epidemic threatening West Africa.During this exercise in Sierra Leone, pedestrians and vehicles will be barred from the country’s streets, except on essential business, for 72 hours (three days).”This will be strictly adhered to without exception,” government spokesman Abdulai Bayratay told AFP by telephone as he announced the quarantine plan.According to reports from Freetown, authorities there will use the three-day window to search out patients who have not come forward for treatment.Currently the Ebola outbreak in the region has claimed 491 lives in Sierra Leone and more than 2,000 in the sub-region.”Health workers as well as health-related NGO personnel will make house-to-house checks on homes for likely Ebola sufferers that relatives have hidden,” he said.Bayratay disclosed that several new ambulances and up to 30 military vehicles would be arriving to help enforce, and make use of, the shutdown, which could be repeated if necessary.Reports indicate that 7,000-strong patrol force including health workers, civil society activists and community members is to be set up to organize the quarantine plan, said a statement from the presidency in Freetown.”Their mission will be to monitor and track contacts, as well as to identify people with Ebola symptoms in order to prevent its transmission,” the statement said. “The decision was made to mobilize the entire population from September 18 to prepare for the confinement.”The pending exercise in Sierra Leone would halt all business activities in that country and cross border trade between it and Liberia will cease to exist.This will also bring heavy losses to businesspeople especially residing in that country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgSNOW JOKE! CARTOONIST JARLA’S VIEW ON THE COLD SNAP! was last modified: January 16th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalJarlaPoliticssnowlast_img

Different team awaits Jackson

first_imgFasten your bead necklace and buckle your sandals on tight. It’s a special occasion in L.A. sports, and in this clothes-conscious era of pro basketball, one wouldn’t want to show up underdressed. Phil Jackson is back on the Staples Center sideline tonight. Consider it the first test of what we all wrote when the re-Phil was announced in June, that his return puts the Lakers back on top of the local sports buzz. I’m getting the message that rekindling the old excitement will depend on more than the sight of Phil Jackson limping out of the dressing room a few minutes after 7:30 this evening and plopping down on his extra-thickly padded chair to coach an exhibition game against the Denver Nuggets. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week I’m getting that message from Jackson himself. “For me, it’s going to be very different to walk into that locker room,” Jackson said this week. “It’s going to be a very interesting thing. However, I’m going back there on Saturday to see the Eagles, so … “I won’t get emotional about (tonight). That doesn’t really stir my heartstrings that much, in the sense that I get nostalgic about a locker room or about a situation like that. “Now, if we pull off another championship in the next few years, that might be something different.” Jackson did note that it’s important for the Lakers to “build that aura back” to where it was when he, Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal were winning three NBA championships in a row. center_img So he would like you and me to get excited about Phil’s return to the site of so much glory. He just isn’t all that stoked about the occasion himself with the regular-season Opening Night still two weeks away on Nov. 2. “You know Phil,” said Tex Winter, Jackson’s mentor and long-time assistant coach. “He takes things pretty much in stride. The Denver game (Opening Night), I’m sure he’ll have the adrenaline flowing.” It has been 499 days since Jackson coached his last game from the Staples Center bench on June 8, 2004, the Lakers’ victory over Detroit in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. In the Department of Misleading Stats, he’s riding a home-court hot streak, having won 10 of his past 11. A few things have changed for Jackson since ’04. Now 60, he has developed a second chin and more prominent belly, because wear and tear on his knees and hips limit his exercise. Fired by Jerry Buss after the loss to Detroit, he was rehired on June 14, appearing for his re-introductory news conference in a suit, turtleneck shirt, beads-and-pendant necklace and sandals. A little is different for the Lakers since ’04. Three players remain from the latest championship days. Without Jackson and O’Neal, they dived to 34-48, meaning they play now to avoid their first back-to-back, no-playoff seasons in three decades. Two nights ago, Jackson coached the Lakers against Washington at the neat little arena in Bakersfield, the sort of sports town where fans could be seen crowding Jack Haley for autographs. The annual trip to Bakersfield used to mean star-struck media attention and a sellout. On Tuesday, the Lakers’ appearance rated the bottom of the Bakersfield Californian sports page, below the resignation of the Bakersfield Blitz arena football coach and three baseball items. In one corner of the three-quarters-full arena, a fan waved a sign that summed up the lukewarm response: “If I Can’t Have O’Neal, I’ll Take Phil.” The Wizards drove to the basket at will early on, Chris Mihm earned three fouls in the first four minutes, Kobe missed five shots in a row down the stretch. Devean George had a good game, and the Lakers won in overtime 111-108. Training camp in Hawaii was overshadowed by the Angels playoffs, and the early season figures to be buried by USC football. For the first time as an NBA head coach with the Bulls and Lakers, Jackson and his team start out as something less than the biggest sports story in town. “There were a couple of years (in Chicago during Michael Jordan’s first retirement) where our bus wasn’t being met at 3 in the morning by kids climbing out of their cars like rats from a sewer,” Jackson said, hastening to add that, “I don’t know if I should call them that. “The luster was gone a little bit. But then it came back so quickly (with Jordan’s return after nearly two seasons away) that it’s almost like it didn’t happen.” In Los Angeles, Phil is here again but Shaq isn’t, and the good times won’t come back so quickly as they did in Chicago. What intrigue the Lakers generate this year is likely to come from fascination with Jackson, from Jackson’s odd decision to return to coach a non-contender, from Jackson’s tenuous relationship with Bryant. “One must remember this is not about the coach,” Jackson said at one point a couple of days ago. Unfortunately, this is about the coach right now. Beginning tonight. Kevin Modesti is a columnist for the Daily News, a sister paper of the Press-Telegram. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgMembers of An Garda Siochana are to visit Tory Island this week in a show of support for the local community.Tory IslandThere is no full-time Garda presence on the island serving the population of approximately 140 people.However officers pay occasional visits to the island. Community Liaison Officer, Sgt Paul Wallace, said members will travel to the island this week to meet with locals.“It has ben a long summer for the islanders and we want to let them know they have our support.“If there are any issues, then we will discuss them and work them out. The visit is aimed at letting the islanders know that they have our full support,” he said.As well as Sgt Wallace, Sgt John Joe McClafferty from Burtonport and Garda Patrick McGlynn, will also travel to Tory.  GARDAI TO VISIT TORY ISLAND IN SHOW OF SUPPORT FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY was last modified: September 11th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalGardaiTory Islandvisitlast_img read more

Can you help us get this dog home?

first_imgThis dog was found on Crieve Glebe road in Letterkenny.An appeal has been launched this afternoon to try and reunite the dog with his owner.If you can help, please contact 0874041653. Can you help us get this dog home? was last modified: July 9th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DOGfoundletterkennymissinglast_img

Warriors coach Steve Kerr bloodied in fight with clipboard

first_imgIn a season of injuries, coach Steve Kerr has joined the Warriors Wounded.In a fit of fury Wednesday night, Kerr broke a hard plastic clipboard and cut his right hand. Unlike Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green, Kerr isn’t likely to miss any games.“I’m day-to-day,” Kerr said, bandaged but smiling after a 104-90 victory over the Chicago Bulls, only the Warriors’ fourth in 19 games this season.This hardly was Kerr’s first incident with a clipboard. Most famously, he broke one …last_img

A Video Two Years in the Making – Finishing “Cache Across America”

first_img SharePrint RelatedFeatured Geocacher of the Month Award WinnersAugust 25, 2011In “Community”The Most Found Geocache in the WorldMay 19, 2013In “Community”The Seanachai: Keeper of the Old Lore, Reviewer of the New CachesMay 6, 2015In “Community” Lorrie LeBlanc “Lorriebird” is one of six Geocaching.com members that can claim a smiley on the Cache Across America – Series Final (GC12E08).  According to the cache page, “This is a series of caches that will take you on a coast to coast tour of the entire United States. One cache in this series is hidden in each of the 50 United States. These caches each contain a numeric clue that that will lead you to this final cache located somewhere in our nation’s capitol upon completion of the series.”It’s a daunting series that Lorrie, an airline pilot, started in 2008. She says, “While traveling anywhere in the world is a great thing, I just believe that the United States has so much to offer that most folks will never see!  I have a ‘bucket list’ of places I wish to visit, but my list started with visiting all 50 states.”Lorrie discovered geocaching after reading a newspaper article about the treasure-hunting adventure. “I tried to get my younger brother interested in geocaching…  I ended up being the one addicted.” Her discovery came only two years before beginning the Cache Across America series. “I started caching on July 9, 2006…the last day that I ever touched my golf clubs (which are still gathering dust in the garage to this day…).”On the cache page for the final cache in the series Lorrie writes, “Oh sure, the many trips were amazing. The thousands and thousands of miles of driving seemed endless at times. Some of the sights I saw were breathtaking (and so were my VISA bills ).” But she says something was more important than all of that, “Cache Across America (CAA) was really all about people.” Read her Geocaching.com log to find out about the people who cheered Lorrie on to complete the challenge.But she has advice for you too, if you’re considering attempting a major geocaching adventure. She says, “Technology is your BFF!  I wouldn’t do it without a ‘paperless capable’ GPS.  Spend lots of time beforehand planning routes and downloading Pocket Queries to save in your files before long trips in case your plans change. I carried an aircard so I could access the internet anywhere on my laptop and that became a real help many times on the road.  And if you are going after a specific cache research it beforehand and make sure it is not disabled before you drive thousands of miles!  Take lots of pictures and jot down some notes…you will happy later that you did.”Lorrie not only completed the challenge and made new friends, but she also put her conquest in a video. She says, “Actually there is no ‘video’ in my video! It is just the collection of still photos that I had in my files from my Cache Across America journey.  I was recently asked by the organizers of Florida’s annual Cacheapalooza event to give a presentation about Cache Across America, and this video is what I made for that presentation.  I am happy now that I spent so much time taking pictures, especially of all the state boundary signs.  Those were the toughest and many times I had to exit a highway and circle back around to get another shot at a missed one.  I found my first CAA cache in October 2008, and finished the CAA final in June 2010.”Watch the “video” and wonder… could you complete a geocaching series like this?Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more