Tyrrells acts on impulse

first_imgCrisp manufacturer Tyrrells has launched an alternative range of impulse snacks. Tyrrells Alternatives include 80g Roasted Chilli Corn, 80g Habas Fritas Spiced Broad Beans, 50g Wasabi Peanuts and 50g Thai Chilli Crackers. Following market research, the range has been developed with convenience, packaging appeal, innovative seasonings and margin enhancement opportunities in mind.The snacks are available in shelf-ready packaging trays of eight units, four trays per case.RRP £1.19 per unitwww.tyrrellspotatochips.co.uklast_img

EGOT Legend Rita Moreno to Star in Amy Poheler Pilot

first_img Click below to see the EGOT winner talk Broadway, West Side Story and more on Show People! Directed by David Wain and co-created and executive produced by Poehler, Josh Bycel and Jonathan Fener, Old Soul revolves around former wild child Nadia (Lyonne), who runs a business caring for seniors. Nadia feels more of an affinity for her clients, one of whom is Rita (Moreno), than her peers. Moreno, who won a Tony Award for The Ritz, is perhaps best known for her Oscar-winning performance as Anita in the film adaptation of West Side Story. Her additional Broadway credits include Skydrift, The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Gantry, The National Health, Wally’s Cafe and The Odd Couple. Her many film and TV credits include The Electric Company (winning a Grammy for appearing on the cast album), Singin’ in the Rain, Oz, Cane, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Nine to Five, garnering Emmy Awards for The Muppet Show and Out to Lunch. Moreno is the author of a bestselling memoir, Rita Moreno: A Memoir. Lyonne is an off-Broadway vet with credits including Tigers Be Still and Blood From a Stone. Her screen credits also include American Pie and Everyone Says I Love You.  EGOT stage and screen icon Rita Moreno has been cast in Amy Poheler’s upcoming pilot Old Soul. According to Deadline, Moreno will play a colorful over-the-top Main Stem alum opposite Natasha Lyonne (Orange is the New Black) in the NBC comedy. View Commentslast_img read more

Mishra fires Delhi to victory after Iyer heroics

first_imgAFTER a career-best 96 from Shreyas Iyer, Delhi Daredevils needed successive boundaries from Amit Mishra in the final over to get past Gujarat Lions with two wickets to spare.The victory puts Delhi above their opponents in the Indian Premier (IPL) points table, but both knew before the toss their chances of reaching the knockout stages had already gone.Iyer’s impressive knock proved decisive but Delhi needed the experience of Mishra to guide them to a third win in four games – a run they hope to continue in the final two matches.Gujarat lost Dwayne Smith (8) and Suresh Raina (6) cheaply early on but Ishan Kishan (34) and Dinesh Karthik (40) ably supported Aaron Finch in setting a competitive total.Finch has struggled to fire for the Lions but he was in good nick yesterday with a superb 69 off just 39 balls – an innings that included six boundaries and four maximums.A total of 196 looked to be a competitive one and Delhi stuttered early on, as Sanju Samson (10) and Rishabh Pant (4) were dismissed cheaply, the latter paying the price for not grounding his bat and he was run-out by Raina.Unfortunately for the Lions a second win on the trot was not forthcoming as Iyer played a starring role in the middle order – the 22-year-old exceeding his previous T20 best by 10 runs.Despite Iyer’s resistance, wickets continued to fall but a quick-fire 24 from Pat Cummins brought them to within touching distance of victory.Cummins holed out to Smith in the deep in the penultimate over and when Iyer was cleaned up by Basil Thampi (1-43) with four balls remaining it looked like Gujarat could snatch the win.However, Mishra came to Delhi’s rescue with a boundary through mid-wicket and another at fine leg – although the winning run came courtesy of a mis-field in the deep. (Omnisport)last_img read more

15 Section III teams ranked in newest New York state rankings

first_imgAhead of the final week of the regular season, 15 teams from Section III are ranked in the state poll this week, compiled by the New York State Sportswriters Association.The defending Section III Class AA champion, Cicero-North Syracuse (6-0), moved up one spot this week to rank No. 3 in the state. And for the first time in three weeks, a second Class AA team is ranked from Section III: No. 26 West Genesee (5-1), which is in the midst of its most successful season since 2011.Class A has remained stagnant in terms of representation all season, with Whitesboro (6-0) and Indian River (6-0) remaining Section III’s two teams. This week, Whitesboro ranks No. 9 and Indian River ranks No. 12. If both Warriors teams were to win this week, the earliest they could meet in the postseason would be the sectional final, which Whitesboro has won three-straight years.The highest ranked team in Section III remains Class B’s Skaneateles (6-0), which remains at No. 2 behind five-time state champion Chenango Forks of Section IV. The Lakers just won their most recent game, 49-14, over Solvay. Cazenovia (5-1) moved up one spot in the poll this week, to No. 21. Marcellus (5-1) moved up three spots to No. 27, and Oneida (5-1) dropped six spots to No. 30 after its first loss of the season to Cazenovia.Class C’s rankings feature four Section III teams, the highest-ranked of which is in the rankings for the first time. Holland Patent (6-0) checks in at No. 6 in the state. The Golden Knights just beat Utica Notre Dame handily, 42-14. That loss dropped UND (5-1) to No. 12 in the state. General Brown (5-1) ranks at No. 14 and Lowville (6-0) comes in at No. 16. General Brown travels to Lowville for a marquee matchup Friday night.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn Class D, Herkimer (5-1) moves up three spots to No. 4. Onondaga (4-1) moved up a spot to No. 7, and Dolgeville (3-2) dropped three spots to No. 8.Eight-man football, which has two weeks of the regular season to go, features three undefeated teams in Section III, all at 4-0: Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, Bishop Grimes and Weedsport. A-P-W takes on the Cobras next week in their final week of the regular season. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on October 10, 2018 at 10:15 am Contact Billy: [email protected] | @Wheyen3last_img read more