They’ll be treated to 14 International Show Jumping Events as well as classes, competitions and 300 trade stalls.Prize money of nearly €1 million is on offer this year.
“I will take so many things home from this. Especially with this creation of wears, I must have taken a lot of Nigerians out of joblessness. The way thousands of golfers are warming up to this new line of golf wears is totally unbelievable. For one, this project will empower hundreds of tailors across the nation”.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Director General of the National Council for Arts and Culture [NCAC], Otunba Olusegun Runsewe is excited that 400 players will adorn the cultural golf wears on Saturday to wrap up the week-long national cultural festival in Benin.The cultural golf was endorsed by the revered Benin monarch, Oba Ewuare11, a development which makes Runsewe take pride in seeing his work fluttering across Benin, the traditional home of culture.“When your performances is unrivalled”, says Runsewe, “you must have made history. You know his Majesty commands perfect respect. And for him to honor me in this manner means his Eminence endorsing these cultural golf wears which I refer to as my ‘trademark of self-belief’ is simply out of the ordinary. Director General of the National Council for Arts and Culture [NCAC], Otunba Olusegun Runsewe
They could start building around Juan Soto and Patrick Corbin rather than Scherzer or Anthony Rendon, who the team could also move at the deadline as he is in the final year of his deal and will be a free agent this offseason.At this point it’s just speculation, but the Nationals have been so disappointing these last couple of years that many thought they would sell off some of their biggest assets. Some believed they wanted to trade Bryce Harper at the deadline last year and they reportedly almost did to the Astros.So they’ve thought about making big moves already and moving Scherzer would be an absolutely huge move. But Washington has again started off this season with disappointment and sits in fourth place in the National League East (28-35), eight games back of the Phillies.If the Nationals look as if they will again finish around or below .500 again — they went 82-80 last season — then maybe ownership looks to make some significant moves to bring different faces in. Here is what Heyman said:”We could see some huge, huge players on the market…it’s possibly, certainly that (the Nationals) would consider, if things again turn south for them to trade Max Scherzer who is one of the top free-agent signings of all time. Still has two years to go, still performing, but makes big money, they’ve got a little bit of a transition in ownership to the son Mark Lerner from Ted, so (it’s) something to look at.”Scherzer has two years after this season remaining on the seven-year, $210 million deal he signed with the Nationals in 2015. Related News MLB trade rumors: Phillies deal for Jay Bruce ‘is complete’ MLB trade rumors: Mariners ‘trying to trade everyone’ The biggest name on the trade market might not be Madison Bumgarner.According to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman, the Nationals could consider trading three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer. This is a big if, but Heyman put forth a scenario in which it could happen on the “Big Time Baseball” podcast with Josh Lewin.
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