Year 857 was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. Emperor Michael III, under the influence of his uncle Bardas, banishes his mother Theodora to the Gastria Monastery. Bardas, the de facto regent, becomes the most powerful person in the Byzantine Empire. November – Erispoe, ruler of Brittany, is assassinated by his cousin Salomon and followers, in the church at Talensac. King Charles the Bald acknowledges Salomon as the rightful'king' of Brittany. A Danish Viking fleet raids the cities of Dorestad and Orléans. Others sail up the Oise River, ravaging the abbey of Saint-Germer-de-Fly. Viking chieftain Rorik, with the agreement of King Lothair II, leaves Dorestad with a fleet and forces his rival Horik II to recognise him as ruler over Denmark; the first recorded major outbreak of ergotism kills thousands of people in the Rhine Valley. They have eaten bread made from rye infected with the ergot fungus parasite Claviceps purpurea. Choe Chiwon, Korean philosopher and poet Li Cunjin, general of the Tang Dynasty March 11 – Eulogius, Spanish priest and martyr Dae Ijin, king of Balhae Erispoe, king of Brittany Harith al-Muhasibi, Muslim teacher Hilderic of Farfa, Frankish abbot Kim Yang, viceroy of Silla Masawaiyh, Assyrian physician Matudán mac Muiredaig, king of Ulaid Ma Zhi, chancellor of the Tang Dynasty Munseong, king of Silla Roderick, Spanish priest and saint Wang Shaoding, Chinese governor Yahya ibn Aktham, Muslim jurist Zheng Lang, chancellor of the Tang Dynasty Ziryab, Muslim poet and musician
Harold "Hal" N. Kvisle is a Canadian businessman in the petroleum industry. Kvisle received a bachelor of science in engineering with distinction from the University of Alberta in 1975 and an MBA from the University of Calgary in 1982. Kvisle joined Dome Petroleum in 1975 and became finance manager, he played a key role in the sale of Dome Petroleum to Amoco Canada in 1987 and 1988. In 1988, he moved to Fletcher Challenge Energy becoming chief operating officer for South and Central America and president of Canadian operations. In 1999, Kvisle was recruited by TransCanada PipeLines to be its executive vice-president in trading and business development. In 2001, he was appointed chief executive officer. TransCanada Pipelines announced in April 2010 that Kvisle would retire at the end of June 2010. Hal was appointed as chief executive officer of Talisman Energy in September 2012, taking over from John Manzoni, until February 2015 when Talisman was bought out by Repsol. Kvisle is former chairman of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America and is former chair of the Mount Royal College board of governors.
As of 2015, he is a member of the board of directors of the Bank of Montreal, Talisman Energy Inc. Arc Resources and the Nature Conservancy of Canada, he is a member of the Trilateral Commission. Hal Kvisle's page on Bloomberg.com
David Matthew Hoggan is a Scottish retired professional footballer. He spent four seasons in England with the Bolton Wanderers before moving to the United States, he spent nearly thirteen seasons in various indoor leagues and five with the Seattle Sounders. Hoggan grew up in Tynecastle, he began his professional career in 1979. That year, at the age of sixteen, Hoggan signed with the Bolton Wanderers, he gained his first-team debut on 16 April 1980. In 1983, the Wanders dropped to the third division and he left Britain for the United States where he signed with the Pittsburgh Spirit in the Major Indoor Soccer League. In his first year with the Spirit, he scored 35 goals. On 4 February 1986, the Spirit sold Hoggan's contract to the Wichita Wings. On 20 September 1988, Hoggan signed a two-year contract with the Tacoma Stars. In January 1989, Hoggan suffered a season-ending injury when he broke a vertebra in his neck in an auto accident, he returned for the 1989–1990 season. In January 1990, he was selected for the All Star Game.
However, he was kicked off the All Star team when the Stars suspended him for thirty days after he refused to play in a 10 February 1990 victory over the Wings. The Stars unsuccessfully attempted to trade him to the San Diego Sockers before sending him to the Cleveland Crunch in exchange for Pato Margetic on 9 March 1990. Hoggan was a critical part of the Crunch's drive to the 1991 MISL championship series where the team fell to the Sockers. In the fall of 1991, he was named team captain. While the Crunch made the playoffs at the end of the season, they fell in the first round to the Dallas Sidekicks. During the off-season, Hoggan moved to the Buffalo Blizzard of the National Professional Soccer League. On 23 January 1993, the league suspended Hoggan for two games after he assaulted Cleveland Crunch owner George Hoffman over money owed to Hoggan by the Crunch. In April 1994, the Las Vegas Dustdevils of the Continental Indoor Soccer League, a summer indoor league, drafted Hoggan in the fourth round of the league's first draft, but Hoggan instead returned to outdoor soccer with the expansion Seattle Sounders of the American Professional Soccer League.
He was a second-team APSL All Star. In the fall of 1994, Hoggan returned to the Blizzard for the 1994–1995 NPSL season, but was sent to the Detroit Rockers some time during the season. In 1995, Hoggan returned to the Sounders, he had arthroscopic surgery which put out of action for the beginning of the 1995–1996 NPSL season. The Rockers sold his rights to the Chicago Power, but Hoggan never played for the Power before the team sent him to the Wichita Wings in March 1996, he retired at the end of the season, but returned to play for the Sounders in August 1996. This year, the Sounders repeated as league champion. Hoggan played two more seasons in Seattle before retiring permanently after the 1998 season. Hoggan was a school boy international with U-23 teams; when Hoggan moved to the Buffalo Blizzard in 1992, he served as both an assistant coach as well as player. In 2001, he was an assistant coach with the Sounders. "Hoggy" started a new club called Tynecastle International Football Club based in the Bothell- Everett area of Washington.
The Rivière des Roches is a tributary of the northwest shore of the Saint Lawrence river, flowing in the municipality of Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, in the Portneuf Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale, in the province of Quebec, in Canada. The Roches river valley is served by the route 138, chemin du Roy, chemin du 3e rang and chemin du Cabouron, notably for the needs of agriculture and of forestry, are the two main economic activities in this area; the surface of the Rivière des Roches is frozen from the beginning of December to the end of March. The water level of the river varies with the precipitation; the Roches river has its source in a forest area in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures at the limit of Neuville, north of the village of Saint-Nicolas. This source is located 0.2 kilometres north of the Canadian National railway, 8.0 kilometres west of the village center of Saint-Augustin-de- Desmaures, 1.3 kilometres northwest of autoroute 400, 4.6 kilometres northwest of the Saint Lawrence river, 5.9 kilometres northwest of its mouth.
From its source, the Roches river flows over a distance of 9.6 kilometres, with a drop in level of 13 metres, according to the following segments: 3.5 kilometres towards the east by forming a progressive curve towards the south, in forest area and by crossing the railway of Canadian National entering agricultural area until the highway 40. The confluence of the Roches river and the Saint-Laurent river flows into the Saint-Laurent downstream of the Dombourg islets; this confluence is located 16.1 kilometres southwest of the Pierre Laporte Bridge, 3.4 kilometres southwest of the center of Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures. The toponym "Rivière des Roches" originates from the habit of residents of the area to designate it because of its rocky bed, just like sixty other similar entities across Quebec, it has been known under the names Ruisseau Dorval and Rivière des Rouches. It is from this that the Desroches family, whose ancestor was called Tinon Tinon Des Roches, took its nickname; the toponym "Rivière des Roches" was formalized on December 5, 1968 at the Commission de toponymie du Québec.
Portneuf Regional County Municipality Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures List of rivers of Quebec
The 2016 Regional League Division 2 was the 11th season of the Regional League Division 2, it had redirected from the division 2, since its establishment in 2006. The 94 clubs will be divided into 8 groups. Red Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 Bangkok Metropolitan RegionCyan Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 Bangkok & Eastern RegionPurple Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 Central RegionYellow Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 Eastern RegionPink Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 Western RegionGreen Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 Northern Region Orange Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 North Eastern RegionBlue Zone: 2016 Regional League Division 2 Southern Region Bangkok & field Chamchuri United Kasetsart Bangkok & Eastern Rajpracha MOF Customs United Central Ayutthaya Warrior Ayutthaya Eastern Trat Chachoengsao Hi-Tek Western Samut Sakhon Krung Thonburi Northern Nongbua Pitchaya Kamphaengphet North Eastern Udon Thani Ubon Ratchathani Southern Surat Thani Nara United Samut Sakhon won 5–0 on aggregate.
Trat won 4–1 on aggregate. Nongbua Pitchaya won 3–2 on aggregate. Udon Thani won 3–0 on aggregate. Kasetsart won 3–2 on aggregate. 1–1 on aggregate. Rajpracha won 5–4 on penalties. 2–2 on aggregate. Kamphaengphet won on away goals. Surat Thani won 2–0 on aggregate. Trat won 2–1 on aggregate. 4–4 on aggregate. Nongbua Pitchaya won on away goals. Kasetsart won 1–0 on aggregate. Surat Thani won 5–3 on aggregate. Following the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the Football Association of Thailand cancelled the remaining league season on 14 October 2016. Last 4 teams of the 2016 Regional League Division 2 Champions League round had drawn to ranked for promoted to the 2017 Thai League Division 1, they had ranked on October 20, 2016. Trat Nongbua Pitchaya Kasetsart Surat Thani 2016 Thai League 2016 Thai Division 1 League 2016 Football Division 3 2016 Thai FA Cup 2016 Thai League Cup 2016 Kor Royal Cup Official draw and fixtures Kasetsart F. C. Club data form League Division 2 offocial website Chachoengsao Hi-Tek F.
The 1988 Men's World Outdoor Bowls Championship was held in Henderson, New Zealand, from 30 January - 14 February 1988. David Bryant won a third singles Gold defeating Willie Wood in the final. New Zealand won the Pairs and Triples, Ireland won the Fours; the Leonard Trophy went to England. The 1988 Women's World Outdoor Bowls Championship was held at the same venue but ten months later. Janet Ackland claimed the Women's Singles, Ireland won the Pairs, Australia scooped the Triples and Fours but England won the Taylor Trophy. Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match Beare beat Williams 25-22 Gold Medal Match Bryant beat Wood 25-22 Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match Wales beat Canada 24-13 Gold Medal Match New Zealand beat England 18-16 Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match England beat Papua New Guinea 19-14 Gold Medal Match New Zealand beat Scotland 18-15 Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match England beat Wales 21-18 Gold Medal Match Ireland beat New Zealand 26-15 Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match Khan beat Lum On 25-24 Gold Medal Match Ackland beat Johnston 25-20 Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match England beat New Zealand 20-15 Gold Medal Match Ireland beat Botswana 22-13 Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match Hong Kong beat Scotland 18-9 Gold Medal Match Australia beat England 22-13 Section A Section B Bronze Medal Match Wales beat Ireland 22-18 Gold Medal Match Australia beat England 20-19