Simple Tips To Win Your EX Back

People fall inlove, date and get serious but sometimes things don’t go as planned and they end up separating. In some cases especially if you had mutual friends you are bound to meet each other every so often. This may rekindle old feelings and one may want to act on them by reigniting an old flame.

If you want to get back with an ex, here are afew tips that you need to be able to achieve this.

Plan Formulate a plan in your mind that will help you achieve this. Consider things that they like/dislike in order to avoid petty issues that may arise. You will also need to confirm whether they are single before you initiate contact.

Chat them up – Begin to get into contact but in a friendly manner and establish a rapport with them first. Time changes people so take it as a new discovery journey.

No sex – No matter how good they are in bed, as tempting as it is don’t walk down that road. It will make things complicated for no reason.

Take your time Its not automatic that your ex will be receptive of you especially if you had a nasty breakup. Allow them to slide back into your life at their pace, don’t force your agenda. Once you confirm that you are on the same page them tell them what you want.

Meet up If you want something you go and get it. Do coffee, lunch, go to a concert and make new memories together. Its rewritting a new script for your lives again.

Once everything works out then start afresh, deal with your past demons and leave them there.

We are rewarding our ‘mathree’ fans and you too can be a winner

How often do you keep your matatu tuned into Classic 105? It had better be everyday because we are rewarding all our ‘mathree’ fans with awesome cash prizes. If we find you listening to Maina and King’ang’i in the morning or Larry Asego’s show  in the evening, our mystery man will award you Sh2,000. It gets better…if you display Classic 105 prominently on your matatu, then you win Sh5, 000.

These guys from Kidagi Sacco dropped by our offices to show some love
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Winners during the morning show with Maina

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South B: James Kiarie Njoroge won Sh2000
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Langata: Fred Mutua won Sh2,000
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Kitengela/Mlolongo: Samuel Kuruka Irungu won Sh2,000
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Mlolongo: Peter John Gichia won Sh2,000

Winners during Larry Asegos show yesterday
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Try This To Win A Man Over

Have you ever wondered how you can land the man you have set your eye on for sometime or the one that you have been flirting with but aren’t sure how?

It’s all in the small details, the things you may be ignoring  are the same things that you should focus.

Make steak and eggs – A way to a man’s heart is through his stomach! So make a really delicious breakfast item for him. Most men love steak and eggs. You can also invite him for a lavish dinner but do that only when you know you can cook well. You can do it after a romping session it’s a plus.

2. Keep in tune with his favourite sport – If you’re not a sport fan, try knowing at least some details about the sport he loves. It will help you strike a conversation with him. He’ll be impressed as well and will enjoy the conversation. You need not change your likes and dislikes for this, you only need to improve your knowledge on a few topics.

3. Give him adequate space – Do not stick to him all the time. Give him some space and enjoy your space too. Don’t be someone who constantly keeps a tab on her guy or doesn’t like it when her guy goes out with his friends. Give him an opportunity to miss you.

4. Maintain good relations with his friends and family – If you think only girls gossip and share secrets, you’re wrong. Even boys love to gossip. If you behave well with his friends, they will appreciate your behavior and this will be ingrained in his mind. Remember, boys trust their friends and like to do what they think is right. Also, when you meet his parents, be your charming self. Do not be nervous or over confident. Just be yourself. Every man likes a fun-loving girl who respects his parents and friends.

5. Stay who you are – Once you are with your man, do not lose yourself. Do not forget yourself or what your hobbies are. Continue doing what you like to do because that was what attracted him in the first place.

6. Learn to forgive – Forget and forgive. It isn’t that difficult. Try and let go small things. If he has forgotten to do something, do not keep taunting him on the same. We all tend to forget and make mistakes. Avoid small issues from creating fights between the two of you.

-TNN

Kenya Sevens Through to Main Cup Quarters in Wellington

The Kenya Sevens Rugby Team is through to the main cup quarter finals of the Wellington IRB series after securing wins over Scotland and Samoa.

This is the first time the national team has booked a place in the last eight during this season’s IRB series.

After making false start in their first game against Argentina, Kenya bounced back in style to secure 19-14 win over Scotland thanks to tries from Billy Odhiambo and Daniel Sikuta.

The third game was a tale of one side as Kenya beat Samoa 28-14 to book a place in the main cup quarters.

Daniel Sikuta was man of moment as he scored two tries while Collins Injera scored his 190th IRB series try and Lavin Asego who also grabbed a try in the game made no mistake as he concerted all the tries.

Attention now shifts to the quarter finals as the national side seeks to redeem their image after series of poor results in the last three legs.

Collected results

Kenya 7 Argentina 31

Kenya 19 Scotland 14

Kenya 28 Samoa 14

Messi hands Barca slender Cup lead over Atletico

Lionel Messi struck five minutes from time to hand Barcelona a vital 1-0 lead heading into the second leg of their Copa del Rey quarter-final with Atletico Madrid.

Atletico looked set to round off a fine day for the club after the confirmation that Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin will spend 45 million euros ($52 million) for 20 percent of the club by holding out for a 0-0 draw.

However, Juanfran was penalised for kicking Sergio Busquets inside the area late on and Messi was relieved to slot home at the second attempt after seeing his penalty saved by Jan Oblak.

The two sides will meet again at the Vicente Calderon in Madrid on Wednesday, January 28.

Fernando Torres was paired once more with Antoine Griezmann up front for Atletico after the pair combined to allow Torres to score in the opening minute of each half as they secured a 4-2 aggregate win over Real Madrid in the last 16 last week.

However, just like in their league meeting 10 days ago, it was Barca who made a fast start this time and Atletico ‘keeper Oblak was forced into a fine save to turn Neymar’s curling effort behind after just four minutes.

Atletico weathered the early storm without any more scares, though, and grew into the game as it wore on. Torres saw a low shot deflect wide off Gerard Pique, whilst Guilherme Siqueira’s cross from the left was just too high for Griezmann as the Frenchman’s header sailed harmlessly over.

Barca’s best chance of the opening half arrived 10 minutes before the break when Ivan Rakitic’s ball into the box landed at the feet of Luis Suarez, but he somehow blazed over with just Oblak to beat from point-blank range.

Torres then failed to find Griezmann as he gifted the ball to Pique to end a promising break and that was to be the former Chelsea striker’s last involvement as he was replaced at half-time by Mario Mandzukic.

A similar pattern ensued after the break as Barca enjoyed plenty of possession without being able to create too many clear-cut chances against the well-organised ranks of Atletico defence.

Oblak was alert to a low drive by Andres Iniesta from the edge of the area, but Barca’s frustrations began to bubble over as both Suarez and Javier Mascherano were booked for taking the protests towards the referee too far.

However, Jose Luis Gonzalez rightly pointed to the spot when Busquets was upended by Juanfran seven minutes from time and despite a fine save by Oblak to stop Messi’s penalty, the Argentine followed-up to slot home the rebound.

Barca could have taken an even greater advantage to the Calderon had Miranda not got a touch to divert a Messi cross towards Neymar into Oblak’s grateful arms moments later.

Photo Credits : AFP

Gor Mahia takes the KPL title (photos)

The date was 8th November 2014, one of the most important days in the Kenyan sports calendar as it marked the end of the the Kenyan premier league season.

Kisumu erupted into ecstatic jubilation as celebrations spread among the Green Army faithful countrywide after Gor Mahia were crowned record 14-time Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions on an electric  final day of the season on Saturday.

The defending champions crossed the line unchallenged after thrashing Ushuru FC 3-0 at Moi Stadium as closest challengers.

 

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Kenyans win the Pittsburg 16 Km marathon

Kenyans Leonard Korir and Nelson Oyugi were shoulder-to-shoulder as they passed the 16km  marker in the EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler race on  Sunday morning, as they were set to win the race.

Leonard Korir’s late push was just enough to beat Nelson Oyugi to win the second EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler race in 46 minutes, 52 seconds.

Oyugi finished 4 seconds behind Korir, who missed a course record by 2 seconds. Third-place finisher Kimutai Cheruiyot finished in 47:49.

American Sara Hall, 31, won the women’s race in 53:47, setting a course record in a neck-and-neck finish with Buze Diriba of Ethiopia. Sophy Jepchirchir, who finished second in 2013 and set a record at the 2014 Pittsburgh Half Marathon, finished in third place in 54:19.

Source: www.post-gazette.com

 

Mary Keitany and Wilson Kipsang win the New York Marathon

Wilson Kipsang of Kenya has won the men’s title at the New York City Marathon.

The former world-record holder has now won in Berlin, London and New York in just over 13 months. Ethiopia’s Lelisa Desisa was second, and 2010 champ Gebre Gebremariam third.

Kipsang won in an unofficial time of 2 hours, 10 minutes, 59 seconds.

Two-time defending champion Geoffrey Mutai was sixth.

Mary Keitany of Kenya won the women’s title, overtaking compatriot Jemima Sumgong with about a half-mile to go. It was her first marathon since 2012 after the birth of her second child.

Keitany won in an unofficial time of 2 hours, 25 minutes, 7 seconds — 3 seconds ahead of Sumgong, which would match the closest finish in the history of the women’s race.

Source: ESPN