=8. Scott Hogan (Brentford, pictured, and Aston Villa) – 15 goals – Three assists, 201 minutes per goal. =8. Lasse Vibe (Brentford) – 15 goals – Seven assists, 167 minutes per goal. 10 =2. Tammy Abraham (Bristol City, on loan from Chelsea) – 23 goals – Three assists, 149 minutes per goal. =2. Dwight Gayle (Newcastle United) – 23 goals – Two assists, 150 minutes per goal. 10 1. Chris Wood (Leeds United) – 27 goals – Four assists, 134 minutes per goal. The Championship season is over and the golden boot has been decided.Leeds United’s Chris Wood, Newcastle United’s Dwight Gayle and Brighton’s Glenn Murray all netted on the final day to cap off impressive campaigns in front of goal.READ MORE: Championship final day results: Blackburn Rovers relegated, Newcastle United champions after Brighton concede late goalTammy Abraham joined Bristol City on loan from Chelsea and took the division by storm. After a rapid start, he scored just three goals from October to mid-December, before hitting the back of the net regularly once again.But who finished top of the pile?Click the right arrow, above, to see the top 10 Championship scorers this season, with their assists and minutes per goals included.Who is the best overall forward? Comment with your thoughts below… 7. Cameron Jerome (Norwich City) – 16 goals – Seven assists, 180 minutes per goal. 6. Yann Kermorgant (Reading) – 18 goals – Three assists, 179 minutes per goal. 10 10 10 10 10 10 5. Jonathan Kodjia (Aston Villa) – 19 goals – Two assists, 179 minutes per goal. 10 10 =2. Glenn Murray (Brighton and Hove Albion) – 23 goals – Five assists, 150 minutes per goal. =8. Anthony Knockaert (Brighton and Hove Albion) – 15 goals – Eight assists, 252 minutes per goal.
Crescent City >> Dennise Horton scored a game-high 15 points, as the Del Norte Warriors secured the No. 2 seed in the Big 5 portion of the Dick Niclai postseason tournament with a 49-35 victory over the Eureka Loggers at Crescent City Wednesday evening.At the outset, it appeared that the contest would be a contrast in styles, with the Warriors (16-6 overall and 5-3 Big 5) determined to play at a deliberate pace with the goal of getting the ball into the paint, while the Loggers (13-9, 3-4 Big …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Dry weather allowed growers to make large gains on oat harvest this week, as well as continued progress on wheat harvest and hay cutting, according to Cheryl Turner, Ohio State Statistician of the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. There were 6.1 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending July 17th. While hay cutting continues in earnest, the dry weather has slowed growth and lessened yield from second and third hay cuttings. There is some browning in pastures, as very little rain has fallen throughout the state. Corn and soybeans look good, but will need moisture as they continue to mature. Early planted soybeans are faring better than later planted soybeans. Some fields are looking stressed, but are still in good condition overall. Other activities this week included weed mowing and spraying fields.Read the full report here
India will not get a magic window through the new Swiss law to access the country’s money stashed illegally in secret bank accounts in Switzerland. In fact, the new black money pact with the Swiss is pretty much useless for accessing money which has already been squirreled away abroad. At best, it might prove to be of some use in tracking future illegal transfers.Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee has stated that while countries have accepted to end bank secrecy in general, some countries have agreed to do so only from a prospective date and are not willing to exchange past banking information. The new law approved by the Swiss parliament is seen to fall in this category.However, a senior Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer told Mail Today that under the Income Tax Act cases that go back to six years ago can be opened up in the current assessment of income tax payers if required. This information can then be obtained from the Swiss authorities.Government mulls tough laws on black money “No government introduces a law with retrospective effect but that does not mean that old cases which have been thrown open for scrutiny in current assessments cannot be looked into,” he pointed out. He said the new Swiss law does not allow limitless access but is a positive development.The onus now rests with the income tax (I-T) authorities . If the I-T department does its spade work well, the Swiss authorities will provide the information. The new Swiss law has come after pressure being built up by the G-20 leadership with France and Germany spearheading the effort. “India is in fact a beneficiary of the move of the Western countries seeking to bring their tax evaders to book and now needs to make the most of this opportunity,” an IRS officer said on the condition of anonymity.Some senior officials are of the view that the veil of secrecy over the Swiss banking system has not been lifted as the old cases have been left out of the ambit of the new law since it is applicable with prospective effect. It also comes with the rider that “fishing expeditions” to peep into bank accounts of individuals will not be allowed.However, those who view the development as positive point out that no country in the world will allow roving enquiries into private bank accounts. The I-T department has to establish a case and then ask for specific information.The Swiss parliament on Friday gave approval to amendments to tax treaties with countries, including India, that makes it easier for them to access information about the illegal funds held by their nationals in Swiss private banks. The upper house of the Swiss parliament endorsed amendments to double-taxation agreements (DTAAs) in line with internationally applicable standards.For more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here.advertisement