After years of meticulous planning, Dezrez has launched its long-awaited property management software, ReziPM.Claimed to be a modern solution that outperforms any other software on the market, ReziPM was officially unveiled at the developer’s recent virtual event, EAvolution21, on March 23rd.It has been designed to remove some of the niggles associated with older property management solutions while providing letting agents with all the tools they need to be able to manage properties, tenancies, maintenance and accounts under one roof.The cloud-based solution is an extension of the current Rezi software, meaning existing users can instantly manage properties already on the system. It also utilises an open API for flexibility and allows for client customisation.Ross Withers, Head of Product at Dezrez, said, “It’s exciting to see four years of hard work come to life for the launch of ReziPM. Although the upcoming launch is about getting the basics right for our customers, we’ve got some exciting innovations planned that are really going to move the industry forward and give our customers an edge over their competitors.”www.dezrez.co.ukReziPM Rezi software open API ross withers dezrez April 8, 2021Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » ‘Much anticipated’ PM software launched previous nextProptech‘Much anticipated’ PM software launchedThe Negotiator8th April 2021010 Views
You never thought you’d hear this, but it was a great day to be in Peterborough.The Blues approached the Varsity Match unbeaten this season, but having lost the last two meetings with Cambridge by large margins. In front of a capacity crowd the Light Blue team came out full of confidence and working hard in the first period, winning the one on- one battles for the puck to dominate a deeper Oxford team. Tab captain Andrew Ashcroft scored on a powerplay ten minutes in. Rutter added a second at 14.23 to leave the Oxford fans fearing a repeat of last year’s debacle. 2-0 at the 1st intermission. Captain Watt’s teamtalk seemed to change the Blues’ whole attitude. Where in the 1st period Oxford had seemed overawed by the much larger and more physical Light Blues, in the second it was the Dark Blues’ turn to outwork the other team. 37 seconds in, the deficit was halved when Oxford assistant captain Joseph Place converted Guy Régimbald’s set-up. A minute later, with Place occupying two Cambridge defenders in the slot, Régimbald walked out from behind the net all alone and slid a perfect shot past the Cambridge goalie to even the scores. This state of affairs persisted until Coté scored for the Light Blues on the powerplay at 37.19. Going into the final period 3-2 down, Oxford still had it all to do. The first minute and a half of third were taken up by a twoman Oxford powerplay, but marred by two Cambridge oddman rushes. Watt was acrobatic in goal to deny the final nail in the Oxford VM coffin. Cambridge were dispirited, and the fitter, moretalented Blues began to dominate. At 47.12 Régimbald’s crisp crossice pass found rookie blueliner Chris Pettengell, whose heavy wrist-shot through Zetlin-Jones’ screen found the net. For the first time in the 118-year history of the fixture, the Varsity Match was going to overtime: 10 minutes of sudden death play, and if it ended scoreless Cambridge, the holders, would retain the cup. But at the 62 minute mark controversy struck. As Holzman cut to the net with his head down he was hit hard by Ashcroft and knocked unconscious. The TV replay later showed the Light Blue captain making contact with his elbows, and the referees had seen it too. Ashcroft was thrown out of the game. Throughout the match the Oxford top line of Quong, Sproule and Colegate had been magnificent, with little concrete reward. Now was their time. The five minute powerplay had expired, and with two and a half minutes left the situation looked bleak. Mark Sproule picked up Kassen’s pass on the right wing and crossed the blue line with speed. The desperate Tab defence men tried to claw Sproule back as he cut in across the face of goal, turned and shot over the sprawling goalie. The stunned Cambridge players and fans could only look on as the bench cleared and the 500th Oxford goal in Varsity Match play won the Blues the closest match in living memory. Jon Quong received Oxford ‘Man of the Match’ honours, and Sproule the overall game MVP in a game that no-one present will ever forget.ARCHIVE: 2nd Week TT 2003
Charter Schools USA Wants Permission To Stay In Indianapolis. Now Is Your Chance To Weigh In FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail By Dylan Peers McCoy November 22, 2019 Indianapolis residents will have the chance Monday to offer input on the fate of three city schools ahead of a decision that could determine if they remain in the hands of a Florida-based charter company.The Indiana Charter Schools Board is expected to decide next month whether to grant charters so the schools can remain with the state-appointed manager, Charter Schools USA. If the board does not grant those charters, the future of the schools is uncertain — state officials could return them to Indianapolis Public Schools, close them, or find another solution.The three schools — Howe and Manual high schools and Emma Donnan Middle School — have been under state control since 2012, and they are expected to transition out of takeover next year. Before the charter board decides whether to approve charters for the schools, Indianapolis Public Schools plans to make a last-minute plea to the state board of education for the return of Donnan, so the district can bring in a new, local manager. But IPS officials have been less clear about what role they hope to play at Howe and Manual.In order for the charter network, known as CSUSA, to continue managing the schools, they must win the endorsement of the charter board. One potential concern is the strikingly high number of students who left Howe and Manual without diplomas, as uncovered in a recent Chalkbeat investigation.Both schools have disproportionately large numbers of students labeled as leaving to home-school, and if those students had been included in the state graduation calculations, graduation rates likely would have plummeted. In the class of 2018, for example, Manual reported 83 graduates, six dropouts, and 60 students who left at some point during their high school years to be home-schooled. But many of those students may not be continuing their education at all, since the state does not track home-schooling.Those numbers signal that “the distinction between home-school and dropout is really disappearing,” said Rachel Coleman, executive director of the Coalition for Responsible Home Education, in an interview with Chalkbeat earlier this year.CSUSA officials told Chalkbeat that parents decide whether to home-school their children and attributed the high numbers to the “high-risk students” the schools educate.The network will need to make the case to the charter board that it is serving students well, and the large numbers of students leaving Howe and Manual without diplomas could be a red flag.Another potential hindrance came up this week. Indianapolis Public Schools abruptly decided to end its existing innovation partnership with CSUSA at Donnan — throwing a wrench in the plan for the collaboration to continue.It’s unclear whether losing the alliance with the district will diminish CSUSA’s chances of gaining approval for its plan from the charter board.“We are still trying to figure out what impact, if any, it has on our decision,” said James Betley, executive director of the Indiana Charter School Board. “It is a moving target right now.”Betley said he is seeking more information from the district about why it wants to cut ties with CSUSA and how proposals from Howe and Manual to lease district buildings for $1 could financially affect IPS.IPS Superintendent Aleesia Johnson, who described the large numbers of students leaving Howe and Manual to home-school as “very concerning,” said at a press briefing Tuesday that leaders are wrestling with what the future of the schools means for the district financially, what the community wants, and how the outcome will impact the stability of families.IPS board member Diane Arnold said that at this point, the decision about the future of Howe and Manual is out of the district’s hands.“We would like to have control of those facilities back,” Arnold said. “Then we will have to decide what the best course of action is — whether we’re looking for new innovation partners or whatever may come.”The charter board will hold a hearing to gather public input at 5:30 p.m. on Monday at Emmerich Manual High School. It is expected to vote on the charters at a meeting on December 13.
HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) recently launched Business Payment Support Service (BPSS) has already enabled 25,000 businesses to delay paying more than £429m worth of tax, according to the government. The service, launched in November 2008, gives businesses the opportunity to pay all their HMRC taxes, including PAYE, National Insurance Contributions and VAT, through timetables they can afford. It was set up to help those in business or who are self-employed, and who are experiencing temporary financial problems.Financial Secretary to the Treasury Stephen Timms MP has urged businesses facing financial difficulty to speak to an HMRC adviser. “A short phone call could save hard working businesses time and money,” he said.A total of 44,500 phone calls have been received since the service’s launch, from businesses wanting advice, or requesting a ‘time to pay’ arrangement. The BPSS can be contacted on 0845 302 1435 from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and from 8am to 4pm at weekends, or for more information visit www.hmrc.gov.uk/pbr2008/business-payment.htm.
READ: Full coverage from Charlotte “I believe that endurance sports car racing devotees the world over will take this historic occasion as another sign of the great momentum and true partnership the ALMS and GRAND-AM have achieved since the announcement of our merger.”—ALMS President and CEO Scott Atherton READ: Johnson wins Sprint All-Star Race READ: Faulty transmission KO’s Keselowski DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (May 24, 2013) — North American sports car racing resides on the cusp of change, with the opportunity for greatness beckoning. What better place to amplify that conversation than the most renowned sports car race in the world? This year’s 90th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 22-23 will serve as the facilitator, showcasing some of the best drivers from both the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón (ALMS) and GRAND-AM Road Racing — 31 to be exact. Next year, ALMS and GRAND-AM will become one, known as United SportsCar Racing. The man heading the board of directors guiding USCR, GRAND-AM founder Jim France, will wave the French flag on the afternoon (9 p.m. ET) of June 22 to start the race. Let the talk begin. Storylines abound regarding America’s two, formerly competing sports car entities coming to the Circuit de la Sarthe this summer — starting with France, the son of Bill France Sr., the man who founded both NASCAR and the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA). Bill France Sr. — known as “Big Bill” — may have loved stock car racing, but sports cars weren’t far behind. When he built a massive 2.5-mile track in 1959 in Daytona Beach, Fla., the facility’s name was no accident. Daytona International Speedway was intended to be just that: a track with worldwide cachet that attracted the world’s top sports car teams on certain weekends — mainly the running of the Rolex 24 At Daytona, which will be held for the 52nd time in January.From the time the first shovel of dirt was unearthed in the late 1950s, Big Bill envisioned hosting major international sports car races at Daytona, and was always enchanted by Le Mans’ twice-around-the-clock test.Enchantment led to enterprise.In 1976, Big Bill worked with the Automobile Club de I’Ouest (ACO) to bring a special stock car class into the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The one-time-only Grand International class had two cars — a Ford Torino driven by Richard Brooks, Dick Hutcherson and Frenchman Marcel Mignot; and a Dodge Charger driven by Hershel and Doug McGriff. Neither car finished — but who cared? There were stock cars on the course and in the flag stand at the start was another France waving the flag, Bill France Jr., Jim France’s older brother who at the time was NASCAR’s president.Bill Jr.’s wife Betty Jane France made the trip. Thirty-seven years later, the memories are vivid.“That was very special,” she recalled. “We brought the French flag back to America and then put it on display at Bill Sr.’s favorite restaurant in Daytona Beach, a French place called Chez Bruchez. They kept the flag up for as long as the restaurant was in business.”This June, history comes full circle as for the first time in the 90-year history of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the start will have been given by two members of the same family.* * * * * *Appropriately on June 20 at Le Mans the starting flag will be presented to Jim France by Dr. Don Panoz — founder of the ALMS — in the presence of ACO President Pierre Fillon. Synergy and symbolism: Panoz is the vice chairman of the new sports car board of directors. The ACO recently gave official endorsement of the new United SportsCar Racing platform.Linkage to the French event was what Panoz had in mind in 1999 when he created the ALMS, which provided competitors with direct access to competing at Le Mans. The ALMS schedule includes the Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring and the Petit Le Mans, a season-ending 10-hour race at Road Atlanta designed by Panoz in 1999 to capture the spirit of the European classic.With 24 Hours of Le Mans invitations annually given to its top competitors, the ALMS tradition at Le Mans continues next month, when seven cars representing five teams and a total of 23 full-time ALMS drivers are entered.“The significance of this honor bestowed by the ACO cannot be overstated,” said ALMS President and CEO Scott Atherton. “It’s a reflection of the great relationship that’s been forged with Le Mans over the last 15 years and that I’m sure will continue to grow in the years ahead.”This year, Corvette Racing will chase its eighth class victory since 2001. Antonio Garcia, Oliver Gavin, Jan Magnussen, Tommy Milner, Jordan Taylor and Richard Westbrook will drive for the two-car team competing in the GTE Pro class. SRT Motorsports will also field two cars in GTE Pro, a pair of Viper GTS-Rs, while Level 5 Motorsports competes for the third consecutive year in LMP2. Other single-car entries are from Rebellion Racing in LMP1 and Dempsey Del Piero-Proton, with a lineup including racer/actor Patrick Dempsey, in the GTE Am class.The GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series will be represented by one team — 8Star Motorsports in GTE Am — and eight full-time drivers including Ryan Dalziel, Bill Auberlen and Taylor.Some final perspective from Atherton: “I believe that endurance sports car racing devotees the world over will take this historic occasion as another sign of the great momentum and true partnership the ALMS and GRAND-AM have achieved since the announcement of our merger.”READ MORE: Jim France will start race, like brother Bill Jr.; ALMS’ link to race has rich 15-year history WATCH: Danica Patrick Press Pass ___________________________________________________________________________________________Comments are currently unavailable. We’re working on the development of a NASCAR fan forum – please stay tuned.
Fried turkeys continue to be a popular holiday option in the South, but if they’re cooked wrong, they can result in a burnt bird or an unexpected trip to the emergency room.Follow these guidelines from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension to successfully deep-fry a turkey for the holidays or any day.”People who fry turkeys say it produces a moister turkey, and it’s quicker,” said Elizabeth Andress, a UGA Extension food safety specialist. “But in the eyes of safety experts, the typical propane-fueled turkey fryer is a major accident waiting to happen. There are definitely safety issues to consider.”These concerns include the stability of the fryer, uninsulated pot handles and lids, and the potential for oil spillovers and overheating.A common cause of turkey fryer accidents is caused by filling the pot too full of oil. This causes the oil to spill over when the turkey is placed in the pot. Aside from creating a mess, oil spillovers at cooking temperatures can result in severe burns for the cook.To determine the right amount of oil, follow these steps from the National Turkey Federation:Put the turkey in the fryer basket and then place the basket in the pot. Add water until it reaches 1 to 2 inches above the turkey. Remove the turkey. Now mark the water level using a ruler to measure the distance from the top of the pot to the surface of the water. Pour out the water and dry the pot thoroughly. Now fill the pot with oil to your mark. Be sure to measure for oil before you marinate the turkey.Andress says there are also food safety issues connected with frying turkeys.”You have to be sure all the harmful bacteria have been killed,” she said. “The only way to do this is to measure the temperature of the cooked turkey with a food thermometer in several places.”First, heat the oil to 365 to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Depending on the amount of oil, this usually takes 45 minutes to an hour.Next, add the turkey and allow the oil to return to 365 to 375 F. Whole turkeys require approximately 3 minutes per pound to cook thoroughly. To be sure that the bird is safely cooked, the temperature of the whole turkey must reach 180 F in the innermost part of the thigh, she said.No matter which type of fryer is used, Andress recommends following these safety steps:Use propane-fired turkey fryers outdoors at a safe distance from buildings and anything else that can burn.Never use turkey fryers on wooden decks or inside garages.Place the fryer on a flat surface to reduce accidental tipping.Never leave the fryer unattended. Most propane-fired units don’t have thermostat controls.Never allow children or pets near the fryer while it’s in use. Even after use, keep children and pets away from the turkey fryer. The oil inside the cooking pot can remain dangerously hot for hours.To avoid spillovers, don’t overfill the fryer.Use well-insulated potholders or oven mitts when touching the pot or lid handles. If possible, wear safety goggles to protect your eyes from oil splatter.Make sure the turkey is completely thawed before adding it to the oil, and be careful with marinades. Oil and water don’t mix, and water causes oil to spill over, which could cause a fire or explosion hazard.Keep an all-purpose fire extinguisher nearby. Never use water to extinguish a grease fire. If the fire can’t be managed with an all-purpose fire extinguisher, don’t hesitate to call 911 for help.For more information on cooking turkeys, visit spock.fcs.uga.edu/ext/pubs/fdns/FDNS-E-108.pdf.
On March 17th, GAW High-Speed Internet (GAW) of Brattleboro acquired the fixed wireless network of APC Services (All Pro Communications, Inc) of Rutland, Vermont. With coverage over much of Rutland County, the acquisition compliments GAW’s existing network, and offers enhancements for APC Service’s existing customers.APC Services has been a trusted source for Rutland County companies for many years, specializing in a complete line of telecommunications products and services. Through their partnership with Go2Web Internet Services, APC Services became a local leader in complete advanced Internet solutions for home and business and implemented an extensive wireless network in Rutland County.As Vermont’s largest Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP), GAW continually enhances its wireless network. Acquiring the APC network extends GAW’s wireless network into central Vermont. What is more, GAW will be increasing service offerings, including cost-effective high-speed data and voice combination plans for consumers and businesses. “Given the challenges our communities face in the current economic climate, GAW continually looks for ways to bring increased value to its customers by leveraging its innovative talent and infrastructure,” states Josh Garza, CEO of GAW. Brian Ferguson, Manager of APC Services, also sees the move as a benefit for the Rutland area: “GAW’s acquisition of our wireless infrastructure will bring additional products and services currently unavailable to Rutland County residents. In addition we are convinced that GAW can deliver the high level of customer service that our customers depend on.”Area residents and businesses looking to stay competitive and technologically up-to-date will benefit from GAW’s services, which include:More cost-competitive service offerings for customersImproved broadband speedsVoice and Internet bundled services, offering better value alternatives to separate voice and Internet plansEnhancements to the back-haul infrastructure that feeds the wireless towersBetter support for customers through access to a state-of-the-art customer service centerLocal call center in Vermont–offering Vermonters the peace of mind that they are speaking with VermontersCurrent APC Services customers may go to www.GAW.com(link is external) for complete details of new and enhanced service offerings. For new customers seeking information or to sign-up for service, visit the site or call 877-220-2873 and speak with a GAW Customer Support Specialist. Anyone who is not able to receive service currently in their area may add themselves to the list of people who wish to receive service by submitting a request through the community application (http://GAW.com/community(link is external) ). This information will be used for evaluation of any future expanded coverage.About GAW High-Speed InternetGAW High-Speed Internet (GAW) was formed in 2005 by Josh Garza and partners. GAW (www.GAW.com(link is external) ) currently operates a successful wireless Internet service to subscribers in Vermont and New Hampshire. GAW offers subscribers broadband wireless Internet access on a network that defies rough terrain and topography in areas not currently served by standard cable or telephony-based broadband services. With more than $5 million committed in network infrastructure and deployment, GAW is committed to the future of rural High-Speed Internet access in areas under served or not served at all by traditional cable or DSL services. For more information about GAW or to find out how to get deployment of GAW service, visit www.GAW.com(link is external), call 1.877.220.2873 or email [email protected](link sends e-mail).
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享CNBC:Construction work for a huge offshore wind farm in the North Sea is underway.In an announcement Friday, energy firm SSE said that onshore work for the 3.6 gigawatt (GW) Dogger Bank Wind Farms project had begun near Ulrome, a coastal village in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Dogger Bank Wind Farms – which SSE described as “the world’s largest offshore wind farm” – will be made up of three 1.2 GW offshore sites: Creyke Beck A, Creyke Beck B and Teesside A. The project is a joint venture between SSE Renewables and Norwegian energy major Equinor.The scheme is set to use GE’s Haliade-X wind turbine, which has a 12-megawatt generator and stands 260 meters tall. According to SSE, the project will have the capability to produce enough renewable energy for more than 4.5 million homes per year. “Getting the first spade in the ground is a significant milestone on any project, but for what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm, this is a major moment for a project that has already been over a decade in the making,” Steve Wilson, who is managing director of Dogger Bank Wind Farms, said in a statement.The U.K. is a major player in the offshore wind sector. It is home to projects such as the 659-megawatt Walney Extension facility, in the Irish Sea, which was officially opened in 2018.Europe as a whole is home to a significant offshore wind sector. According to industry body WindEurope, 409 wind turbines were connected to the grid in 2018. The average size of offshore turbines in 2018 was 6.8 MW, which represents a 15% rise compared to 2017.[Anmar Frangoul]More: Work starts on world’s ‘largest offshore wind farm’ that could power 4.5 million homes Construction starts at U.K.’s Dogger Bank, world’s largest offshore wind farm
Bruce Goddard, the director of Place Projects, said that although developers remained reasonably positive there would no doubt be a drop in inquiries. However, those they did receive were solid leads.“Any inquiries we are getting in these conditions is a quality inquiry, there’s no flippant buyers,” Mr Goddard said.“It’s an opportune time to come in, with fewer buyers in the market, low interest rates and stock market issues,” Mr Goddard said.He said Australian property was appealing to the offshore market, especially among expatriates, who consider home soil as a good place to come back to. Developers will carry on with projects under construction such as Queens Wharf where a multimillion dollar penthouse sold this week. Photo: AAP/David Clark“We are affordable for the offshore market and developers are taking advantage of that,” Mr Goddard said.Peter Chittenden, managing director of residential at Colliers International, said that on a national level the company has had a sharp increase in online inquiries, but foot traffic had dropped.He said that the appetite for investment in residential apartments remained, and people were still selling, but the employment issue was a concern for many. “The reality is that anyone who bought during the GFC and 9/11 events saw that after three years the market lifted and they were rewarded. It didn’t happen immediately.”He agreed there was renewed interest from the offshore marrket, an increase of up to 15 per cent, from buyers wanting to take advantage of the exchange rate.NGU Corp property developer Emil Juresic said he still had properties under construction.His latest development, a five-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Ascot will be launched to the market in April, priced at more than $3.5 million.Mr Juresic said: “A lot of developers are full-steam ahead with projects, but they see a three to five-month hurdle in front of them. We hope by that time coronavirus will be gone.“You don’t build in one month, it takes time,” he said. “I don’t think (COVID-19) will have a massive impact on development at this stage. “But yes, developers will be more cautious because we don’t know how long these times of uncertainty will last. We don’t know what we are dealing with.”Despite this, Mr Juresic said he was about to kick off two new development schemes.More from newsCOVID-19 renovation boom: How much Aussies are spending to give their houses a facelift during the pandemic3 days agoWhizzkid buys almost one property a month during COVID-197 days ago“We will keep building and selling, but how much we expose ourselves in borrowing and the risks we take is still unfolding.”Tony Pennisi, the owner of Hub Projects Beenleigh, said he has received a growing number of inquiries for acreage blocks over the past couple of weeks. There has been a spike is in interest in acreages such as those at Evergreen Ridge in Jimboomba by the developer Terry McKinnon.Mr Pennisi, who is marketing lots at Evergreen Ridge in Jimboomba, attributed the spike of inquiries to COVID-19, saying people were keen to find either vacant land or a house on a large block of land. “People are definitely keen to put space between themselves and their neighbours. Self-isolation makes people think about the important things in life and being confined in suburbia is not their focus now,” Mr Pennisi said.“Acreage gives people more options for a self-sufficient lifestyle, where families can live in larger homes. They can grow food and have space to park their boat or caravans on the block or build a bigger shed.”He said a lot of the inquiries were from the greater Brisbane area and mostly via Facebook and their website. Destination Brisbane Consortium project director Simon Crooks said their contractors were onsite and working safely and tirelessly to progress the construction of Queen’s Wharf Brisbane. “Our workforce is strictly following government guidelines, but otherwise its business as usual as concrete continues to be poured onsite to build the basements of the integrated resort,” Mr Crooks said.“Interest in the residences remains strong and following government guidelines we have introduced additional measures such as adopting a one appointment only at a time at our display suite.” QLD property industry adapts to new ways of buying and selling amid COVID-19 crisis NGU Corp’s new-build project, a five-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Ascot, will launch to the market in April, priced at more than $3.5 million.Brisbane developers are lapping up opportunities to sell new homes and off-the-plan apartments, particularly to offshore buyers, before the COVID-19 crisis takes full effect.A multimillion-dollar penthouse was sold last week at Queens Wharf Residences and inquiries have been strong from multi-generational families looking to build a “family compound”. MORE CORONAVIRUS NEWS: Millions in home sales as virtual reality auctions kick off What next for our housing market?
March 30, 2007PENSACOLA, Fla. – With 21 games remaining, West Florida will look to improve in the Gulf South Conference standings this weekend. West Florida will (22-17, 2-4) will host 13th ranked Alabama-Huntsville (30-9, 3-3 GSC) on Saturday and North Alabama (24-10, 5-1 GSC) on Sunday. Double header action on both days at the UWF Softball Complex will begin at 12:00 p.m. CST.West Florida is coming off a 2-2 road trip last weekend to West Alabama and West Georgia. The Argonauts are in search of consecutive wins over NCAA Division II opponents since sweeping a double header from Rollins on Feb. 11. West Florida is currently in fifth place in the GSC East Division.Ashlee Simpson (Decatur, Ala./Jefferson State CC) leads the Argonauts with a .339 batting average. She is on a season-high seven-game hitting streak and is batting .565 (13-23) during the streak. In the center circle, Emily Burge (Pace, Fla./Pace HS) and Taren Walton (Pensacola, Fla./Daytona Beach CC) have each compiled 10 wins. They have combined for a conference-high 330 strikeouts and a .202 opponents batting average.Alabama-Huntsville is coming off a double header split against North Alabama on Wednesday. Jenny Hess leads the Lady Chargers with a .358 batting average, six home runs and 22 RBI. Sage Woodham (14-3) has posted a conference-low 0.50 earned run average. North Alabama will play at fifth-ranked Valdosta State on Saturday before traveling to Pensacola.Saturday and Sunday’s games will be broadcast on Stretch Internet. To listen, click on the Stretch Internet icon on the front page of www.goargos.comPrint Friendly Version Share Argonauts Prepare for Crucial Conference Action