So are the MJ’s really that much better? My real fear is that I’m going to spend the money on them and just won’t hold up like the RB did for me. I also tried Costa and I personally think they suck for the money. They had plastic lenses and they seemed to scratch very easily.
He said he hoped to engage in mediation but failed to offer a formal apology to the woman after being reprimanded by his managers, because he was in shock. He also said he didn know where to turn to organize mediation, after being told by his managers to stay away from the woman. The arbitrator found that the man comments to the woman were “arguably racist” and, even allowing the man the benefit of the doubt, “extremely insensitive.” “I find it difficult to understand how the [man] could be so oblivious to the impact of his words on an Indigenous woman in this day and age,” the decision said.
Media, News PremiershipsRace Diary InformationNSW Race ClubsIndustry Forms Stakes PaymentRules, Policies WHSGuide to RacingTom Sherry might have a burgeoning reputation as the next big thing in the apprentice ranks but he says he’s more than happy to stick with the proven path his master, trainer Mark Newnham, set out from the beginning.Tom Sherry is looking forward to his metro debut in the coming weeks. (Pic: Bradley Photos).It’s been a huge season for Sherry, who had a 4kg claim at his first local ride back at the start of October, and as he heads to Wyong on Thursday he’s greeted the judge first 88 times and is currently leading the NSW provincial premiership with 49 wins.For the 21 year old to be staring at a century of wins, competing for less than 10 months of the season, it’s been a dream start and he’s now not far off his metro debut in Australia, likely next month, but that’s something Newnham is in control of.”The boss has plans we’ll go to town in July and I’m sure he’ll let me ride some midweeks there and we can hit the ground running next season,” Sherry said.It’s been well documented that Sherry started out in Sydney with Bjorn Baker but was quickly recruited by Newnham and set on the same low key program as his soon to be two time champion apprentice Robbie Dolan.”From day one he set out a plan for me and it has probably gone better than we thought it would,” Sherry said.”He’s always kept me on the straight and narrow and made sure we work hard and didn’t take anything for granted. When the opportunity comes I’ll make sure I take it with both hands.”Newnham reaffirmed his plan for Sherry on Sky Sports Radio this week in response to a groundswell on social media to have the in form apprentice ride in town sooner rather than later.Sherry still has more than 20 winners left to outride his 1.5kg provincial claim and Newnham is adamant there is no value in wasting it and stepping onto the big stage where a young rider’s confidence can take a hit quickly.”It’s a harsh environment riding against the likes of Hugh Bowman and James McDonald so he has to limit the mistakes he makes,” Newnham said.”He’s getting to the point now where yes he is good enough.