One of the world’s leading publishing houses for travel guides and other travel information publications, American Fodor’s travel, and this year he published his popular “Fodor’s Go List“, Ie the list of destinations that must be visited in 2019, and Croatian national parks are also on this prestigious list. The announcement states that Croatia, in addition to the already well-known crystal clear sea on the coast, in its interior also offers equally well-preserved nature with numerous rivers, lakes and waterfalls, which are located in eight beautiful national parks. “The inclusion of Croatian national parks on this prestigious list is an additional confirmation of the exceptional natural wealth of our country, which is very much recognized in this segment in the world. Our preserved and untouched nature attracts a large number of tourists and I am sure that Croatia, after the publication of this list, will occupy an even stronger position on the world tourist map, especially among those travel lovers who prefer to visit unique natural sites. said CNTB Director Kristjan Stanicic.Every year, the editors of Fodors publish a list of destinations that they recommend to their numerous readers and followers. All destinations on the list will be promoted through a published article available through this one links, but also through the websites and social networks on which this American travel guide is active. Fodor Travel has previously published and Croatia Travel Guide which you can also use to promote our destination through social networks, and thus provide additional information about our tourist offer.
The 7th Grade Batesville basketball team fell to Milan Thursday night by a score of 36-30. Batesville’s hustle just couldn’t match Milan’s and that was the difference in the game. Leading in scoring for Batesville was Gus Prickel with 8, Jack Grunkemeyer with 7 and Conner Drake with 6. Also scoring for Batesville was Sam Johnson with 5 and Noah Pierson with 4. The Dogs are now 7 and 3 on the season.The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team traveled to Milan where they were defeated by a score of 28-20. The Bulldogs led 10-8 after one quarter, but then got outscored 11-0 in the second quarter. Offensively, the team never really got much going all night. In the final quarter, the 8th Graders made a push defensively by holding the opposing team to zero points, but it wasn’t enough to complete the comeback. Bryson Bonelli led the way offensively with 8 points, followed by Lyle Oesterling (4), Jackson Renck (4), Max Baumer (2), and Will Sherwood (2). The Bulldogs fall to 2-8 on the season.Courtesy of Indians Coach Ethan Voss and Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.
AFTER two days of intense battle in the Georgetown Softball Cricket League Inc. (GSCL Inc.) annual Independence Cup, Speedboat and Regal came out victorious in the respective Open and Masters’ divisions when the tournament concluded last Sunday at the Everest Cricket Club.Speedboat defeated Regal Allstars by three wickets, while Regal Masters whipped Ariel by 47 runs.Batting first, Regal Allstars made 137-8. Marvin Babb smashed four fours and three sixes in a top score of 39 not out off 16 balls, while Patrick Rooplall made 26 off 23 balls and Sachin Singh stroke a 10-ball 25.Kishore Smith (3-15) and Greg Singh (2-14), were the most successful bowlers for Speedboat.In reply, Man-of-the-match Lennox Marks batted superbly, hitting 72 off just 32 balls, inclusive of five fours and seven sixes.Speedboat celebrate the moment after winning the Open category.The right-hander single-handily took the score within reach of the winning total.With eight needed off the last over Smith held his nerves and ensured his team home with three balls to spare. Speedboat finished on 140-7 in 14.3 overs.Unnis Yusuf also contributed 17 to the total.In the Masters’ final, Regal posted 150-7 off their allotted 15 overs.Eric Thomas top-scored with 37, while Rudolph Baker (31), Mahendra Hardyal (21), Mahendra Arjune (16), Eon Abel (15) and Mahase Chunilall (10), all contributed to the total. Ryan Singh picked up 2-16.In the run chase, Ariel reached 103-7. Openers Peter Persaud (20) and Mohamed Rafeek (19) gave Ariel a steady start. However, their dismissal saw Ariel suffer a batting collapse, which eventually hampered the chase significantly.Ron Ramnauth played a little cameo towards the end, hitting three sixes in his 23.Hardyal was the pick of the bowlers, with 3-28, Laurie Singh had 2-15 and Ricky Persaud 2-18. Laurie Singh was named man-of-the-match.President of the GSCL Inc., Ian John, congratulated the winning teams and thanked the sponsors.The competition was sponsored by Trophy Stall of Bourda Market, Regal Sport and Regal Stationery and Computer Centre.