Source: PretPret A Manager has launched a selection of freshly baked pizza and garlic bread as part of its Dinners By Pret range.The 13-strong selection, which is available from 13 shops and designed to be eaten at home, includes individually boxed pizzas made from a focaccia base. They are:Chipotle Chicken & Feta – made with red tapenade, pulled chicken coated with chipotle ketchup, chargrilled peppers, mozzarella, feta and chilli saltCreamy Garlic Mushroom – comprising a mature Cheddar béchamel sauce, roasted mushrooms, garlic butter, mozzarella, Italian mature cheese and chopped parsleyMixed Meaty Pizza Box – containing a slice of freshly baked Prosciutto & Mozzarella Focaccia Pizza and a piece of freshly baked Chipotle Chicken & FetaMixed Veggie Pizza Box – which includes a piece of freshly baked Tomato, Mozzarella & Pesto and a slice of freshly baked Creamy Garlic Mushroom.A new Three-Cheese Garlic Bread, made with baked focaccia, garlic butter, greve, mozzarella and Italian cheese, has also been unveiled.Pret is also giving customers the opportunity to select a hot wrap, bake or pizza for from a set menu deal for the first time. Pizza enthusiasts can select from a Pizza Combo set menu which includes a side salad, sweet potato wedges and a dip.“We’ve been hard at work, continuing to develop and evolve our Dinners range and are proud to have created a new menu inspired by Pret classics and customer requests,” said Briony Raven, UK food & coffee director at Pret A Manager.“After a long year, people are experiencing takeaway fatigue, so we’re excited to be able to offer the Pret cooking people already love for breakfast and lunch, now for dinner.”
Norwegian oil company Equinor has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) for exploration drilling in the North Sea with the Transocean Spitsbergen rig. Transocean Spitsbergen; Photo by Kenneth Engelsvold; Source EquinorThe safety agency said on Wednesday it had given Equinor consent to drill exploration well 16/5-7 in production license 502, which is located in the North Sea offshore Norway.The well 16/5-7 is to be drilled north-west of the Utsira High in the North Sea, south-west of Johan Sverdrup and north-east of Sleipner.Water depth at the location is around 105 meters. Drilling is scheduled to begin in mid-May 2019 and is estimated to last for 28 days.The well will be drilled by Transocean Spitsbergen, which is a semi-submersible drilling rig of the Aker H-6e type, operated by Transocean Norway Operations.Transocean Spitsbergen received Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) from the PSA in 2012.
At the World Junior Championships in handball today in Sarajevo is scheduled meetings for the qualification from the ninth to 16th places.BiH Junior National Team plays with Argentina in the struggle for the qualification from 13th to the 16th places. The selector Zdenka Grbavac with his team, they already once glorified against Argentina, and today’s eventual victory would bring them at least to the14th position in the world.The game is scheduled for 17.30.In the second match for the qualification of 13 to 16 position at 15.00 pm plays Denmark vs Tunisia.Winners of these meetings will play in the tournament for the 13th place.In the playoff for the qualification of the 9th to 12th places is Germany vs Serbia (12:30) and Hungary vs Slovenia (20.00).All games are played at the Olympic Hall “Juan Antonio Samaranch“.(Source: klix.ba)
Doing what they’ve done in their last three wins entering Saturday, SLU jumped out to an early lead on a Harrington RBI single to drive in Nick Ray, who drew an eight-pitch, two-out walk and got into scoring position on a wild pitch by Bears’ starter Mark Moyer. The Bears exploded for three in the top of the 10th, beginning with Jay Anderson reaching second on a single and a sac bunt. Three pitches later, Tyler Smith singled in Anderson with a ball through the right side to take the 4-3 lead. UCA loaded the bases on a Tanner Wiley base knock and a Kolby Johnson walk, followed by a two-run single off the bat of Cole Fiori to double the Lions’ output. Box Score | Photo Gallery | Tournament HomepageSUGAR LAND, Texas – In the first extra-inning contest of the 2019 Southland Conference Tournament, No. 2 Central Arkansas secured a spot in Saturday evening’s championship game with a 6-3 win over No. 3 Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday morning. The Bears’ half of the third came to an end on a 5-4-3 double play, the fifth twin-killing by SLU over the teams’ last two matchups, but UCA gave the Lions a dose of their own medicine by doubling them up with two runners aboard in the home-half of the inning. Conner Williams (4-1) earned the win after tossing 4.1 innings of scoreless baseball, allowing just three hits and striking out three. Cody Davenport, who threw 127 pitches in UCA’s first game of the tournament, came on for his first career save opportunity and retired the side in order with two strikeouts to pick up his first stop. UCA answered in the following half inning as Christian Brasher doubled over the head of right-fielder Nathan Pilutti on the very first pitch of the top of the third and scored two batters later on a Jay Anderson single to right. UCA was also 90 feet from taking the lead in the ensuing half inning as Kolby Williams was pegged to start the frame and moved up two bases on a sac bunt and a wild pitch. Biddy caught Sagdahl looking for his fourth punchout and forced the game to go to the bottom of the ninth. Moyer must’ve felt like déjà vu was coming on in the bottom of the fourth as Ray drew another two-out walk and advanced 90 feet on a ball that got away from catcher Nathaniel Sagdahl. However, Moyer got a better outcome than the second inning, punching out Connor Manola for the final out. Southeastern Louisiana came close to plating the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eight after putting runners on the corners by way of a double down the left-field line and a no-out fielders’ choice, allowing Trey Harrington to reach safely. However, Williams retired the next three batters in order to escape the jam and maintain the level score. In the top of the fourth, the Bears took the lead on back-to-back hits in a one-out single for Beau Orlando and a RBI double down the right-field line by Wiley, his third two-bagger at the tournament. However, SLU was able to take advantage of a two-out situation with a runner in scoring position in the next frame as Kyle Schimpf launched a two-run, opposite-field home run over the wall to regain the lead and run Moyer out of the game. With the Lions’ all-conference closer Jared Biddy on the mound to begin the seventh, UCA loaded the bases on a Wiley single, a ball thrown away by Cody Grosse and a free pass issued to Cole Fiori. A dribbler to the right side from Sagdahl brought Wiley home for the tying run, but that’s all the Bears got across. The Bears will face McNeese in the Southland Conference Tournament championship at 6 p.m. CT from Constellation Field.