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Sunday, 16 September 2012 19:11

Strikers Fail to Gain Ground in Atlanta Loss

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers (9W-8T-10L) fell to the Atlanta Silverbacks (6W-8T-12L) by a final of 1-0 on Saturday, Sept. 15. The game-winning goal came from Atlanta forward Matt Horth in the 11th minute of the match. The Strikers remain in fifth place in the NASL standings despite the loss. Fort Lauderdale completes their regular season schedule on Sunday, Sept. 23, against FC Edmonton.


The Strikers started the match with a few early chances, but failed to directly challenge Atlanta goalkeeper Joe Nasco. Then, in the 11th minute, a turnover near midfield put the ball on the feet of Lucas Paulini. The Atlanta midfielder turned and found forward Matt Horth who was streaking near the top right corner of the penalty area. Instead of shooting toward the far post, Horth placed his shot low and just inside the near post to beat a flat-footed Glaeser.
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Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa was recently honored as the only Saint Lucian hotel ranked on the Expedia® 2012 Insiders' Select List, an annual crowd-sourced list of the world’s best-reviewed hotels.
To celebrate, Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa, located in the heart of Saint Lucia's entertainment capital, Rodney Bay Village, is offering travelers a Suite Deal this Fall with savings up to 55 percent on accommodations.

Martinique

The Martinique Tourism Authority is ratcheting up its efforts to attract more cruise business by hosting a delegation of Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) members September 17-19, 2012.  The group will be led by FCCA President Michele Paige, and include high-ranking executives with such notable cruise lines as Carnival, Princess Cruises, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL).
 
“The opportunity for Martinique to grow its tourism receipts by further developing the cruise sector has never been greater,” said Mrs. Karine Roy-Camille, Commissioner of the Martinique Tourism Authority.

Last week, Governor Rick Scott continued to show Floridians that he is committed to providing our children with a world class education. Below is a recap of the week's events, including what parents and teachers are saying about the Governor's efforts.

9/15/2012 Associated Press: Fla. Gov. Rick Scott says he will keep steady, maybe even boost, money for public schools

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is vowing to maintain funding for the state's public schools next year. Scott also said Friday night he would aim to boost the money that is available for schools for the 2013 school year.

Scott made his comments after a two-hour meeting with the state's teacher union...Union president Andy Ford said he was encouraged by the start of a dialogue with the governor.
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