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June 23, 2021

RBS Six Nations: Wales 67-14 Italy

first_imgLATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Attendance: 74,000For the latest Rugby World subscription offers, click here. A round-up of what’s hot and what’s not from Wales’ final Six Nations game of 2016 against Italy in Cardiff Wales put their Twickenham nightmare behind them at the Principality Stadium, running in nine tries to secure a record win and condemn Italy to the wooden spoon in this year’s Six Nations. There was no slow start this time as Wales attacked in waves from the off and led 27-0 at half-time. George North was deservedly Man of the Match, showing a real sharpness in his running game, but there were threats across the park for Wales. Italy scored two second-half ties, through Guglielmo Palazzani and Gonzalo Garcia, but by that point they were well on the road to a heavy defeat. Warren Gatland’s side were happy to take risks in this game – the question now is whether they will play the same, more open style in New Zealand in the summer.WHAT’S HOT…Sense of adventure – Wales were embarrassed for an hour at Twickenham last week and they clearly had a few points to prove. There was nothing conservative about Wales’ attack in this match, offloads flying from all directions (George North’s back-handed one for Jamie Roberts’s second-half try was a beauty) and the hosts even launching attacks from their own 22. One such move resulted in a well-worked first-half try for Jonathan Davies as Wales had spotted the space out wide while after the break George North scythed his way through Italy’s defence from his own half. Rhys Webb, Dan Biggar, Liam Williams, Ross Moriarty (two) and Gareth Davies were the others who crossed the whitewash.Opening act: Rhys Webb crashes over to score Wales’ first try. Photo: Getty ImagesThere was far more freedom to their play as they looked to keep the ball in hand and spread it wide, rather than rely on their aerial kicking game to generate scoring opportunities. It wasn’t perfect – there were more than a few dropped passes and question marks of a forward pass in the build-up to Biggar’s try – but it was refreshing to see more ambition in their play. If they are to have any chance of winning a Test in New Zealand in June they need to show this sort of variety in their tactics rather than the continual use of multiple up-and-unders and hard runners.The crowd – This may have been a dead rubber in terms of the title, what with it being decided a week earlier by Scotland’s win over France, but the packed Millennium Stadium was a riot of colour. Alongside the large swathes of red were plenty of Italian fans, the ones in front of the press box with curly wigs emblazoned with the colours of the Italy flag particular favourites. They were all in fine voice and delivered a fantastic atmosphere to what had become more of a low-key occasion.Happy day: Jonathan Davies celebrates – as did the crowd throughout. Photo: Getty ImagesDavid Odiete – The full-back was the one shining light for Italy in Cardiff. He may be slight but he’s a dangerous runner, stood up well in defence and stepped in at scrum-half when Guglielmo Palazzani was sent to the sin-bin in the first half. He almost notched a length-of-the-field score, too, but despite touching down, play was brought back for a Wales penalty inside Italy’s 22.WHAT’S NOT…Italy – There was little expected of Italy before the tournament but the narrow defeat by France in round one raised a little hope. Their final two games of this Six Nations have extinguished all of those glimmers, though. Hammered by Ireland last week and Wales this, it looks like Italian rugby needs an overhaul – and fast. Jacques Brunel’s reign is now over and should, as expected, Conor O’Shea be named their new coach, he will under no illusions as to the task that lies ahead.Yes, Italy have been hampered by injuries in this tournament and there do have talented players; Gonzalo Garcia, Edoardo Gori and Michele Campagnaro have shown ambition in attack during the championship and, of course, there are the unwavering abilities of Sergio Parisse. But their discipline must improve and they still need to find a fly-half who can consistently deliver at Test level. There’s much work ahead for the Azzurri.Consolation try: Gonzalo Garcia touches down for Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesLack of a play-off – Following on from the Italy point, the Six Nations organisers must seriously consider opening up the championship to the likes of Georgia and Romania. This is not just simply being raised because Italy are propping up the table – similar questions have been raised when Scotland or Wales have been struggling in previous years. If rugby is truly committed to growing the sport, there has to be something for the lower-tier nations to aspire to.Straight promotion-relegation might be too big a step for now, but surely a play-off between the bottom-placed Six Nations team and the winners of the European Nations Cup (ENC) is a good option? Georgia beat Romania 38-9 today to claim Europe’s second-tier competition in front of a 50,000 crowd in Tbilisi. Add in their RWC 2015 performances and they could give Italy a run for their money. There are complications as the ENC competition runs over two years not one, but simply starting the process of opening up the tournament to other teams would be a step in the right direction.Leading figure: Do Sergio Parisse’s Italy deserve to keep their Six Nations place? Photo: Getty ImagesSTATISTICS17 – The number of carries made by Jamie Roberts, nearly double Italy’s top carriers. Tommaso Allan and Oliviero Fabiani made nine each. 143 – The number of metres made by George North, the only player to make it to three figures.12 – The number of line breaks made by Wales compared to three by Italy. 25 – The number of offloads made by Wales compared to eight by Italy.Wales: L Williams; G North, J Davies, J Roberts, H Amos (G Anscombe 49); D Biggar (R Priestland 59), R Webb (G Davies 64); R Evans (G Jenkins 51), S Baldwin (K Owens 51), S Lee (A Jarvis 59), B Davies (J Ball 59), L Charteris, D Lydiate (capt), J Tipuric (R Moriarty 17), T Faletau.Tries: Webb, Biggar, J Davies, Roberts, North, Williams, Moriarty 2, G Davies. Cons: Biggar 5, Priestland 3. Pens: Biggar 2.Italy: D Odiete; L Sarto, A Pratichetti (K Haimona 36), G Garcia, M Bellini (L McLean 34); T Allan, G Palazzani (A Lucchese 65); A Lovotti (M Zanusso 65), D Giazzon (O Fabiani 47), M Castrogiovanni (D Chistolini 47), Q Geldenhuys, V Bernabo (J Sarto 47), F Minto (A Steyn 59), A Zanni, S Parisse (capt).Tries: Palazzani, Garcia. Cons: Haimona 2.Yellow card: Palazzani (19min)Referee: Romain Poite (France)Man of the Match: George North (Wales) TAGS: Highlight High five: George North of Wales breaks to score his team’s fifth try. Photo: Getty Images last_img read more

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June 2, 2021

Omnicell Appoints Christine Mellon as Chief People Officer

first_img MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 22, 2021– Omnicell, Inc. (Nasdaq:OMCL), a leading provider of medication management solutions and adherence tools for health systems and pharmacies, today announced that Christine Mellon has joined the company as Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer. Bringing more than 25 years of human resources, organizational, and cultural transformation leadership, Ms. Mellon will lead human resources functions, employee environments, and internal communications for Omnicell’s global operations. “As Omnicell continues to transform the pharmacy care delivery model to deliver on the vision of Autonomous Pharmacy, Christine’s role will be pivotal to shaping our people organization to support our business transformation to a technology-enabled services offering,” said Randall Lipps, chairman, president, chief executive officer, and founder of Omnicell. Ms. Mellon’s responsibilities include talent management, employee culture and engagement, diversity and inclusion, global rewards, business partnering, and real estate. Prior to joining Omnicell, Ms. Mellon served as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) with CSG, where she transformed human resources into a valued strategic asset and led culture change efforts. She was previously Vice President, Human Capital Management for Oracle, where she consulted with North American CHRO clients, providing human capital strategic support, thought leadership, and HR technology guidance. Ms. Mellon has also served in HR leadership roles for Echostar and Cigna, among others. “I’m excited to join Omnicell in its mission to be the most trusted partner for medication management,” said Ms. Mellon. “I look forward to building a dynamic global team committed to delivering the technology, intelligence, and ‘as a service’ offerings to help our customers navigate the evolving complexities of medication management.” About Omnicell Since 1992, Omnicell has been committed to transforming the pharmacy care delivery model to dramatically improve outcomes and lower costs. Through the vision of the autonomous pharmacy, a combination of automation, intelligence, and technology-enabled services, powered by a cloud data platform, Omnicell supports more efficient ways to manage medications across all care settings. Over 7,000 facilities worldwide use Omnicell automation and analytics solutions to help increase operational efficiency, reduce medication errors, deliver actionable intelligence, and improve patient safety. More than 50,000 institutional and retail pharmacies across North America and the United Kingdom leverage Omnicell’s innovative medication adherence and population health solutions to improve patient engagement and adherence to prescriptions, helping to reduce costly hospital readmissions. To learn more, visit www.omnicell.com. OMCL-G View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210222005166/en/ CONTACT: Betsy Martinelli Omnicell, Inc. (724) 741-8341 [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY MEDICAL SUPPLIES SOFTWARE NETWORKS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT BIOTECHNOLOGY GENERAL HEALTH PHARMACEUTICAL HEALTH DATA MANAGEMENT SOURCE: Omnicell, Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/22/2021 08:30 AM/DISC: 02/22/2021 08:31 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210222005166/en Twitter Pinterest Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 22, 2021 Facebook WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img Omnicell Appoints Christine Mellon as Chief People Officer Twitter WhatsApp TAGS  Local NewsBusiness Previous articleIn Israel and beyond, virus vaccines bring political powerNext articleJuniper Research: Smart Traffic Management to Significantly Reduce Congestion and Emissions; Saving Cities $277 Billion by 2025 Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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