Rijn en Weert

De Rijn en Weert is een korenmolen in Werkhoven in de provincie Utrecht.

De molen werd in 1882 gebouwd ter vervanging van een molen bij kasteel Beverweerd. De molen bleef tot in de jaren twintig van de twintigste eeuw op windkracht in bedrijf, een elektromotor nam de functie over plastic water bottles, waarna van de molen op den duur alleen de stenen romp overbleef. De Stichting Korenmolen Werkhoven heeft zich vanaf 1986 ingezet voor complete restauratie. In 1994 werd de molen weer maalvaardig op windkracht in bedrijf genomen. De roeden zijn 23,7 meter lang en zijn voorzien van het oudhollands wieksysteem met zeilen. De molen maalt wekelijks op vrijwillige basis graan dankzij enkele vrijwillige molenaars waist pouch.

De molen had voor de restauratie geen naam. Aangezien de molen niet ver van de Kromme Rijn ligt en omdat de molen haar bestaan aan kasteel Beverweerd dankt, werd de naam van de molen Rijn en Weert. De combinatie met Rijn is niet onbekend in de provincie Utrecht aangezien de naburige molens in Utrecht en Wijk bij Duurstede respectievelijk Rijn en Zon en Rijn en Lek heten.

Tomioka Sadayasu

Le baron Tomioka Sadayasu (富岡 定恭, Tomioka Sadayasu?) () est un amiral de la marine impériale japonaise.

Tomioka est le fils aîné d’un samouraï au service du domaine de Matsushiro dans l’actuelle préfecture de Nagano.

En septembre 1876, Tomioka intègre la 5e promotion de l’académie navale impériale du Japon et en sort major cool goalkeeper gloves. En 1878, il sert comme cadet dans la marine britannique sur le HMS Audacious (en). De retour au Japon, il sort diplômé de l’école navale impériale du Japon. Durant la première guerre sino-japonaise, Tomioka sert comme commandant en second sur le croiseur Itsukushima (en). Il sert ensuite comme capitaine du bateau d’expédition Tatsuta (en), instructeur à l’académie navale impériale, capitaine du croiseur Yakumo et du cuirassé Shikishima (en) et directeur du 1er bureau de l’État-major de la marine impériale japonaise.

Tomioka est promu contre-amiral en juillet 1903. Durant la guerre russo-japonaise, il est dans la même équipe de stratèges qu’Akiyama Saneyuki, et sert comme commandant de l’académie navale impériale. Après la guerre soccer socks mens, il est commandant-en-chef de la flotte d’entraînement et est promu vice-amiral en mars 1907.

Tomioka reçoit le titre de baron (danshaku) selon le système de noblesse kazoku en septembre 1907 waist pouch. Après avoir servi comme commandant-en-chef du district de garde de Takeshiki et du district de garde de Ryojun, il entre dans la réserve en décembre 1911.

De 1914 à sa mort en juillet 1917, Tomioka est vice-président de l’association militaire impériale. Son fils Sadatoshi Tomioka est également amiral, servant durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale.

Joe Burgess

Joe Burgess (born 14 October 1994) is an English professional Super Leauge player for Wigan Warriors. He previously played for Wigan Warriors in the Super League. His position of choice is on the Wing. He will return to Wigan in 2017 best running fanny pack.

Burgess joined Wigan Warriors’ academy at the age of 16 from local club Ince Rose Bridge. He played a crucial part in the U19s success in the 2013 season, scoring 24 tries in just 18 appearances. For his efforts he was rewarded with 2 appearances in Super League in 2013, making his debut and scoring a try against Hull FC.

In the 2014 season he established himself as Wigan Warriors’ first choice winger, partially because of Josh Charnley’s absence. This despite being so surprised at being asked to train with the first team at the start of the season that he made an offensive remark over the phone to coach Shaun Wane, believing it to be a prank. On 4 April 2014, he scored 4 tries during a 52-8 victory over Dewsbury Rams. Burgess enjoyed a fantastic rookie season for the Warriors with 22 tries (17 Super League, 4 Challenge Cup, 1 World Club Challenge) from 24 games. He also marked his first taste of Super League playoff action with a try each in all three of Wigan’s playoff contests. First he scored a length of the field try in Wigan’s 57-4 week one demolition of the Huddersfield Giants on 18 September 2014 after catching a high ball close to his own try line and sprinted to the opposition try line to score. Then on 3 October 2014, he would score the winning try in the dying minutes of the semi final at home against the Warrington Wolves to break a 12-12 tie and send Wigan through to the 2014 Super League Grand Final with a 16-12 win. Then in the Grand Final on 11 October 2014 against arch rivals St Helens he scored a try just before half time to edge Wigan 6-2 in front despite the Warriors being down to 12 men just two minutes in, but Saints would ultimately win the contest 14-6.

After the 2014 Super League season, Burgess was selected in the England team for the 2014 Four Nations held in Australia and New Zealand however he did not play a match.

In 2015, Burgess earned a place in the Super League Dream Team and another call-up to the England squad for their test series against New Zealand. Burgess made his debut for England in a test match, before the series, against France which saw Burgess score a try in England’s win over their opponents.

In 2016, Burgess joined the Sydney Roosters”

Before the 2015 season began waist pouch, Burgess confirmed he would be heading to Australia in 2016 to play in the National Rugby League with the Sydney Roosters on a three-year contract. On his debut, he scored both Roosters tries in their 42–10 loss to the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

In June 2016 it was announced that Burgess had completed a mid season transfer to the Rabbitohs for the remainder of the 2016 season.

Burgess will return to Wigan in 2017 after the Roosters agreed to grant a release.

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