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first_img0Shares0000Bandari FC head coach Bernard Mwalala during a training session at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam on January 25, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluDAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, Jan 28 – Bandari FC head coach Bernard Mwalala has revealed he will be dipping into the Tanzanian towns of Singida and Mwanza to strengthen his squad when the Kenyan Premier League transfer opens.Though he declined to peg any names on the ambition, Mwalala who says he wants to strengthen his side for a shot for the league title says several players from Singida and Mbao FC impressed him during the SportPesa Cup in Dar es Salaam and he will look to get their services. “There are two or three players who have impressed me from those two teams and definitely when the window opens, we will look to get them and strengthen our squad especially in the attack line,” Mwalala said.Among the players who impressed at the SportPesa Cup including keeper Metacha Mnata who was named keeper of the tournament, forward Raphael Siame who was Gor Mahia’s chief destroyer in the quarters and left back Amos Charles.Kariobangi Sharks left back Nixon Omondi turns away from Mbao FC’s Said Khamis during the semi finals of the SportPesa Super Cup on January 25, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMwalala believes if he can get at least two more quality players into his side then they will be a force to reckon with and improve on their second place finish in the league last season.Bandari reached the final of the SportPesa Cup on their debut, losing to eventual champions Kariobangi Sharks by a solitary goal.Despite the loss, Mwalala says he was impressed with the performance of his players and said they picked so many vital lessons that will aid them going back home.“It has been a learning process for us and I think we also leave as winners. We have reaped so much from this tournament and it will give us such a huge advantage going back home to the league,” Mwalala said.Bandari FC forward William Wadri (centre) celebrates his goal against Simba SC during the semi finals of the SportPesa Super Cup on January 25, 2019.“We have a very young team and this was their first time at such a stage and also for me as a coach and despite losing the final, we can’t go back home with our heads down. We have been the darling of the crowd and played beautiful football,” Mwalala who formerly played for Yanga here in Dar stated.The tactician was also full of praise for youngster William Wadri who was named the tournament’s Most valuable Player after picking the man of the match accolade in two of Bandari’s three games in the tournament.“He (Wadri) deserves it. He has not only played well here but in the KPL as well. He is disciplined on and off the pitch and works hard in training. This is the fruit of hard work and now it gives him more motivation because more people have seen him and a big team can now come and ask for his services,” the tactician stated.Bandari fly back home Monday and their concentration will be directly swung to the Western Kenya town of Kakamega when they face Kakamega Homeboyz in a rescheduled league tie at the Bukhungu Stadium.The dockers who have not lost this season hope for the positive vibes to continue as they look to bridge the gap between them and leaders Mathare United who are in flying form this season.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

first_img Source:https://www.asynt.com/press-releases/lab-safety-shields/ Jun 29 2018Asynt has expanded its range of Lab Safety Shields. Manufactured in the UK, Asynt Lab Safety Shields fit neatly around all major stirrer hotplate brands providing lab scientists with enhanced safety while maintaining easy access to hotplate controls and good all-round visibility of the reaction or process.Related StoriesCondensyn waterless condenser provides benefits to synthetic chemistry labsAsynt’s DrySyn OCTO Mini reaction helps optimize biocatalytic hydrogenationAsynt introduces new, easy-to-use entry level flow chemistry reactorBuilt in robust 5 mm polycarbonate, the new Large Lab Safety Shield offers additional user protection for applications such as heated parallel reactions, especially those requiring user intervention when the fume hood sash is open. The device also shields reactions from the cooling effect of fume hood ventilation.Compactly designed (29.5 x 16 x 17 cm) to minimize use of valuable fume hood space, Asynt’s budget-priced Standard Lab Safety Shield fits neatly around the stirrer hotplate to provide robust, convenient protection from splashes, aerosols and spills.All Asynt Lab Safety Shields are resistant to a wide range of laboratory solvents and temperatures up to 170 °C.For specialist applications – Asynt has the engineering and design expertise to also produce custom Lab Safety Shield’s optimized to your experimental set-up.last_img read more