College football round up – 2nd week

first_imgcompiled by Matt Miskimmin DIVISION ONE  Magdalen 4-0 Christ Church   Magdalen recorded a dominant 4-0 victory at home over Christ Church on Saturday. Despite several glorious chances for Magdalen to take the lead in the first half, it was 0-0 at half-time. Magdalen stayed patient, and masterminded by the brilliant Jon Siah in midfield (what an outrage that he’s not in the Blues starting XI!) turned their domination into goals from Dan Thompson (2), Merv Kissoon and Alex Obradovic in the second half. Christ Church looked neat in possession at times but rarely threatened the Magdalen goal. Alex Canfor-Dumas Exeter 1-0 Hertford  A first half , a thirty yard lob from Luke Barrs was enough to see off a strong Hertford side. Exeter played some good football, particularly in the first half, but were put under pressure for the last thirty minutes and held on well for a good win. David Lee   DIVISION TWO  St John’s 5-0 Merton/Mansfield  St John’s ran out comfortable winners and put in an impressive performance to beat a high-flying Merton/Mansfield side 5-0.  A Matthew Evans-Young hat-trick, a Joel Gregory penalty and a cool finish from James Earle secured the three points, whilst a strong defensive performance shut the opposition down at the other end of the pitch. Mike Newland  Trinity 5-2 Univ  Trinity was outplayed for almost the entire match, but used the wind to good effect with long balls over the top to the excellent Charlie Hill, who bagged another three goals. Horatio Carylast_img read more

RISQ recruits former mylotto MD Blerina Essen as corporate advisor

first_img Amelco inks new agreement with RISQ to deliver new trading functions September 16, 2019 Tom Mitchell: RISQ – Helping sportsbook platforms to deliver guaranteed margin solutions to clients October 17, 2019 Submit Share Related Articles Share TAG Media launches as first ‘US FTP property’ December 10, 2019 Tom Mitchell – RISQRISQ a specialist provider of industry insurance and risk management services has confirmed the appointment of Blerina Essen, the former managing mylotto24 Ltd as a corporate advisor.Updating the market, RISQ leadership details that Essen has been appointed to help optimise the firm’s strategy and planning with regards to its reinsurance and hedging verticals.Regarded as an expert at the forefront of industry risk management strategy, Essen will be working across RISQ divisions helping improve hedging and reinsurance structures of the ‘RISQ Insurance Platform’ which enables partners to enhance campaigns or products with jackpot payouts backed by RISQ insurance provisions.Tom Mitchell Chief Commercial Officer at RISQ, said: “I am delighted to welcome Blerina to the team and to leverage her unrivalled experience and knowledge to improve our lottery insurance offering. It is important to us that our backend reinsurance structures are as robust as possible and in the event of a large win will payout quickly and smoothly.“As our business grows and volumes increase, our backend structures become increasingly important. Blerina will be a driving force behind these improvements to make our offering as flexible as possible and grow the use of jackpots in the global gaming industry.”Leading mylotto24 risk management services over a ten-year period, Essen spearheaded the development of international secondary lotteries for the UK, Ireland, South Africa and Australia, delivering a €250 million unit turnover for the business.Blerina Essen, risk and strategy consultant at RISQ, said: “It is an honour to join RISQ in a consulting capacity at a time when the business is looking to achieve significant growth and to cement its position as a world-class alternative risk trading provider to the global gambling industry.” StumbleUponlast_img read more