Hover House / Naf Architect & Design

first_imgCopyHouses•Hiroshima-shi, Japan Projects Year:  Save this picture!© Noriyuki Yano / Nacasa & Partners+ 22 Share Hover House / Naf Architect & Design ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/49469/hover-house-naf-architect-design Clipboard Houses Area:  446 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” “COPY” Architects: Naf Architect & Design Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Hover House / Naf Architect & DesignSave this projectSaveHover House / Naf Architect & Design Photographs:  Noriyuki Yano / Nacasa & PartnersText description provided by the architects. Rice fields surround the site, with natural riches around such as a national park, a pond of Junsai -a kind of waterweeds threatened with extinction- and bamboo trees. Stretching out east and west, the site bends like a Japanese character with its corner facing north. Save this picture!Roads are on both northwest and south sides; the former is higher than the latter by 1 to 1.5 meters. Not to mention the natural environment, to take advantage of the height differences is the key to enhance the potential of this building.Save this picture!© Noriyuki Yano / Nacasa & PartnersFor the fear of water damage caused by the rice fields and ponds around here after rain, the main approach of this building was taken from the higher road. The entire building, which has a widespread deck terrace, is held up altogether to 1.3 meters from ground level by using steal skeletons, and thus, under-floor-space can be used as open space like a pilotis. Since the ground always has a lot of moisture, it is best to get cross breeze in the space. The use of a lifted concrete base makes ventilation even better.Save this picture!© Noriyuki Yano / Nacasa & PartnersProject gallerySee allShow lessIn Progress: Dalian Preschool / Debbas ArchitectureArticlesTownShift: Suburb into City Competition ShortlistArticles Share 2006 CopyAbout this officeNaf Architect & DesignOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasHiroshima-shiHouses3D ModelingJapanPublished on February 14, 2010Cite: “Hover House / Naf Architect & Design” 14 Feb 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogSinkshansgroheBathroom Mixers – Talis SVinyl Walls3MExterior Vinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ Solid ColorPartitionsSkyfoldRetractable Walls – Stepped & Sloped SpacesDining tablesZeitraumWood Table – TautBathroom AccessoriesBradley Corporation USARoll Towel Dispenser – Electronic TouchlessWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesAluminium CompositesSculptformClick-on Battens in Victoria GardensMetal PanelsLongboard®Metal Ceilings – DauntlessWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Mass TimberPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesULMA Architectural SolutionsPerforated Facade PanelFiber Cements / CementsDuctal®Rainscreen Cladding Panels for Lightweight Facades in Apartment BlockBricksAcme BrickModular Size BrickMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?盘旋住宅 / naf architect & design是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/49469/hover-house-naf-architect-design Clipboard Photographs Japanlast_img read more

WHO GETS TO CHOOSE AND FROM WHOM? by Jim Redwine

first_img Gavel GamutBy Jim Redwine(Week of 21 March 2016)WHO GETS TO CHOOSE AND FROM WHOM?America’s two greatest strengths are its diversity and its democratic form of government. Our diversity provides input from the talents of many. Our three separate but theoretically equal branches of government keep power from consolidating in one group by dispersing it among the populace. The public maintains the right to hold power by having the right to vote for the Executive and Legislative Branches, both state and federal.As for the Judicial Branch, not one federal judge is chosen by election and in many states judges are selected by a small number of people. The trend in America is that more and more judges at all levels are chosen by fewer and fewer people. The public usually has no input in such selections. These unelected judges may ostensibly stand for review every six or ten years or so, but in reality, they serve as long as they wish.In each of these articles on America’s judiciary I have unequivocably stated I do not believe elected judges are any better or any worse than appointed ones. It is not the product that is the issue. The issues are: (1) who gets to select the judges; (2) from what pool of candidates can judges be taken; and, (3) how do we get rid of judges we do not want? In other words, does our current system by which we select some of our judges place the diversity of the Judicial Branch and our democracy at risk?Because the country is presently concerned with the replacement of Justice Scalia, I will concentrate on the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS). But the growing trend to eliminate the general public from control over those who judge them is an issue at all levels.As for SCOTUS, the following facts may help illustrate my concerns. Starting with the President having the constitutional duty to nominate justices and the Senate having the constitutional duty to “advise and consent”, the general public is excluded from direct input on those whose decisions affect their lives.The President must choose the nominees from somewhere, yet neither the Constitution nor any federal legislation gives any guidance as to what qualifications, if any, the President is to consider.While the Constitution does not require it, all justices have been lawyers. America has over two hundred law schools. Harvard and Yale are only two of these two hundred yet all eight of the sitting justices come from either Harvard or Yale.President Ronald Reagan attended Eureka College in Illinois. Reagan nominated Anthony Kennedy, a Catholic, white, male who graduated from Harvard.President George Herbert Walker Bush, a Yale graduate, nominated Clarence Thomas, a Catholic, African American male who also went to Yale.President William Clinton, a Yale graduate, nominated Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Jewish female and a Harvard graduate. Clinton also nominated Stephen Breyer, a Jewish male who graduated from Harvard.President George W. Bush who went to Yale, nominated John Roberts, a Catholic, white male, and a Harvard alumnus. “W” also nominated white, male, Catholic Samuel Alito who went to Yale.President Barack Obama, a Harvard graduate, nominated one female Catholic Yale graduate, Sonia Sotomayor, and one Jewish female Harvard graduate, Elena Kagan. Obama has also nominated a replacement for Scalia. That nominee, Merrick Garland, is a Jewish male, graduate of Harvard.It is neither nefarious nor surprising that presidents would nominate candidates from the two law schools with which they are most familiar. It is also no sin that only Jewish and Catholic judges are represented on the Court. It is probably simply the natural consequence of drawing all of the Supreme Court judges from an extremely small pool. That the culture, ethnicity, religion and numerous other sociological factors might be similar is to be expected when dealing with a small sample of Americans.The problems that need to be addressed are the unintended weakening of diversity in the pool and a lack of democracy in the selection process. In a country of 330 million people containing 50 states, hundreds of law schools, numerous religions and ethnic backgrounds, an entire branch of government should not be populated by only two religions and two law schools, regardless of which religions and which law schools they may be. This is especially true where one person nominates the judges and the terms of those judges may extend far beyond the term of the president who nominated them.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

How to modernize and bring closer to young people the manifestation whose main backbone is the story of forgotten customs?

first_imgAs Ivana Nađ s Agroclub, apartments near the forest used to be inhabited, lived and created, and lived in both winter and summer. The oldest would spend the winter there, as well as those who were at the party with the pigs, and after St. George’s Day, everyone who could work in the fields or guard the marwa would come to the apartment. The tenants were excellent cooks, weavers, embroiderers and weavers, and the tenants were good reapers, plowmen, carpenters, carpenters, beekeepers and cattlemen. Life in an apartment a few kilometers away from the village was not easy. The apartment was the breadwinner of Šokac and the mint. Kozarac himself described what the apartments meant to the Shocks: buildings were built from the apartments, daughters were married from the apartments, sons were married, barns were made from the apartments and ducats and silk were bought. Often various cultural events stagnate and survive thanks to public administration funding, but most are accompanied by the same problems. There is no market development in accordance with new trends and there is no professionalization of the organization, so that the event can grow and develop in accordance with new trends. We also have poor communication and branding, poor production quality and firm adherence to the status quo and repetition from year to year Slavonian daughter-in-law Often in smaller cities and municipalities, unfortunately we have many examples in large cities, all over Croatia we can see great stories and events, but which unfortunately stagnate from year to year for various reasons, but the most important is that they are not market oriented, invested in better production as well as overall organization, which is a great pity. Especially events that keep our culture and history from being forgotten. They are often not interesting to sponsors because there is a stereotype that culture does not attract the masses, but it is through such and similar examples that we can make a step forward and give a new dimension, and still keep our roots. Gastro blogger Ena Kokanović Certainly, apartments played an extremely important role in the life of the Shockers. The example that follows is great proof that it doesn’t always revolve around big budgets. On the contrary, a lot can be done with a little creativity and small details, which will enrich the event and give it added value. By the way, on this occasion I am not writing about the organization of large and TOP events, but about the example of smaller events of “local” character, which have great potential and a story for the growth and branding of the destination at the national level. The combination of tradition and modernity – is one of the successful formulas to introduce old cultural events into the modern age and save them from stagnation or decay. It is the “Tenants’ Encounters” that revive the memory of the sweet life of Babogred apartments and the environment in which stress was an unknown problem, money a relative term, and a watch an unnecessary thing. The event was filled with competitions in several disciplines related to various peasant skills, and the art of preparing traditional Slavonian dishes. As the development of the event is a complex and comprehensive work, this time we will not go into detail in all organizational details and challenges, but I will highlight a small but excellent example of how to modernize the event and still remain consistent with the roots. An interesting positive example of how with a little money and effort a good story can be made and a step forward. Of course, there is still a lot of room for the growth of this event, but everyone should praise the move of cooperation with gastro bloggers. This year is also an obvious shift in investing in professional and quality photography as well as video production, which is really an imperative and the basis of any event today. Both are great hosts and big fans of Slavonian specialties, they prepare dishes with a lot of love and passion, but their approaches are completely different. Whether Slavonian food bloggers or daughters-in-law cook better will be found out on Sunday, September 1, at an attractive competition in Babina Greda on the Salić farm. center_img Interestingly, the first record of Slavonian kulin was found in this place in Vukovar-Srijem County, horse breeding has the longest tradition in Slavonia, and every two months an event is organized to preserve the most beautiful Slavonian customs. On the contrary, authenticity should remain and must remain the main focus of the event, but with the new approach we must refresh it and develop it from year to year. Of course, this requires investment (investing in events is not a cost, but an investment), but without a step forward there is no development. Also, not every event can be a TOP event, but one can certainly set a long-term vision and strive for development. Who cooks_snase or influencers better? The answer is simple. Let’s make a gastro duel of Slavonian daughters-in-law and gastro bloggers. Under the title: Who cooks better – daughters-in-law or influencers? , the 18th Tenant Meetings have been announced, at which Slavonian daughters-in-law and gastro bloggers will test their skills in cooking and preparing old folk dishes in a gastronomic duel. “Dishes that make up a traditional shocking lunch will be prepared: various soups – vegetables, in water from the dough, with cooked meat, then baking, then variants of potatoes and bacon, pasta – dots, trganci…, cakes and desserts such as saltines and strudels. Whoever survives will cook! Culinary aces up their sleeves are expected on both sides, and visitors will be able to share their impressions and ratings. After reviewing them, the host of the event, Uncle Ilya, will summarize them in the final verdict. As an international expert observer, the trial will be monitored by blogger Sanja Mijac, also known as Housewife Sanja. “, Point out the organizers of the gastro megdan, which is an integral part of the 18th edition of Tenants’ Meetings, an event that will bring painters, theater artists, the best tamburitza players, riders and all those who like to compete in ancient disciplines to Babin Gred. The colors of the daughter-in-law will be defended by members of the club of Babogred cooks, whose information the club is skillfully hiding for now, and the first line-up will not be known until just before the start of the event. Gastro bloggers will be represented by famous Croatian influencers Ena Foodgasm Kokanović, recently Nagy, and Vedran Bošković, author of the page Seasoned with Love. But let’s get back to the story of Tenant Meetings. The main question is: How to modernize and bring closer to young people the manifestation whose main backbone is the story of old forgotten customs? It is events like this that tell our authentic story and should have much more support, but it is the same organizers who need to be much more proactive and go beyond their limits to fight for their place under the sun. Namely, in Babina Greda in Vukovar-Srijem County, and organized by the Association for the Promotion and Preservation of Šokac Heritage “Šokadija”, the event “Tenants’ Meetings” is traditionally held from August 31 to September 01. The goal of the event is to preserve apartments, old customs, ways of life, shepherd’s games, folk dishes and speeches. Photo: TZ Babina Gredalast_img read more

Changes made to IGG squad… I have final say, says GABF president

first_imgPRESIDENT of the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) Nigel Hinds has made a final decision on the Internet Guiana Games basketball squad.The initial squad was selected by president of the Guyana Amateur Basketball Association (GABA), Junior Hercules after trials concluded on October 2.However, the changes to the squad were highlighted in a press release by Hinds yesterday.According to the release, the new squad includes Tahquille Johnson and Akinni Wilson of Linden, Stanton Rose, Damair Gladstone, Troy David, Dellon Wallace and Jamol Gilkes of Kwakwani. The Georgetown-based players include Nathan Saul, Roger John, Malcolm Powdar, Sabastian Luke, Timothy Thompson, Patrice Agrippa, Akil Vaughn, Jaleel Duke, Travis Belgrave and Terrence Daniels.Berbice will see representation from Sherland Gillis, Neil Wills, Tafawa Daly and Ramone Fogenay.The coaching staff includes head coach Junior Hercules with assistant coaches Naylon Loncke and Julian Haynes. Troy Greene has been named manager.On the female side, the Georgetown-based players are Kesann Charles, Ruth Sanmoogan, Jada Mohan, Demelza Nicholas, Analisa Barclay and Ashley Khan. Kwakwani will see representation from Janelle Belle, Makeda Rogers and Kennesha Leacock with Saffiya Greene, Tandika Bouyea and Toshieka Arthur from Berbice.The coaching staff comprises head coach Ann Gordon, assistant coaches Kirk Fraser and Dave Causway while Deborah Solomon has occupied the team manager position.In a recent comment to the Guyana Chronicle, Hinds had stated: “Kwakwani has the best players in the country and there needs to be more Kwakwani representation in the squad and ultimately I have the final say.”Guyana will be playing against Suriname on October 21, 22 and 23 at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.last_img read more

Sammy’s super six

first_img2 Jan 2013 Sammy’s super six Surrey teenager Samantha Fuller has set a transatlantic record with her sixth consecutive win in the Pars Florida International Junior Championship. The 13-year-old from Roehampton has won her way through the age groups every year since 2006. Her latest victory came at the PGA Club, in Port St Lucie, when she won both the U14 division and the overall girls’ prize. Sammy, a past winner of the English U13 girls’ championship, shot 70-72-77 on the 5,900 yard Par 72 Pete Dye course and won by one shot over Denmark’s Cecile Bofill. Pars organised a special presentation to mark the record breaking achievement and had Hall Of Fame golfer Nancy Quarcelino present Sammy with a crystal jug. Sammy’s younger sister, Annabell Fuller, tied second in the 9-10 group. Eloise Healey from West Lancashire had a great first round of 69 and, despite struggling with the strong winds in the next two rounds, finished third in the 15-18 group and 5th overall. Sammy’s result crowned a successful trip for the teenager, who earlier won her age group in the Honda Junior Classic for the third straight time. She won the 13 and under title by five shots, with scores of 73-72 and the highlight was a hole-in-one on the 120 yard par 3 10th hole of the Palmer course. Annabell won the 10 and under division when she holed a 20-footer for birdie on the 5th hole of a play-off.last_img read more

England edged out in title thriller

first_img England were agonisingly edged out by Ireland in a thrilling finale to the Fairstone Men’s Home Internationals at The Nairn Golf Club which went to the final putt on the final green.After a superb three days’ golf over the stunning Highland links, Ireland retained their crown after the annual four-team home nations contest came down to the final match on the course, contested between England’s Adam Chapman and Ireland’s Colm Campbell.Irish Amateur champion Campbell won the opening five holes of their singles joust, but Carus Green’s Chapman staged a stirring comeback that saw him pull level with a 15 feet birdie putt on 17 to set up a tense, grandstand finish.With the overall score at 7 –7 England just needed a halved point to lift the Raymond Trophy on the basis of matches won throughout the week. But Campbell birdied the hole after his two-and-a-half feet putt was generously conceded, while Chapman could only make par after finding the greenside bunker with his approach to the par-5.It mean an historic Irish three-in-a-row of Men’s Home Internationals crowns and the Warrenpoint player was mobbed by his jubilant team-mates. Ireland had come back from a 3 – 2 foursomes deficit to claim the title, notably winning the final three matches when they trailed 7 – 5.Nigel Edwards, Performance Director at England Golf, said: “That was extremely gutting, disappointing. I’m proud of the way the whole team played. It was a tough week weather-wise, but there were a lot of good shots, attitude and effort. You could see on the 18th how disappointed they were.“Ireland came out strong this afternoon in the singles and we gave ourselves a lot to do, but the players battled so, so well coming down the closing holes. It was an excellent contest and it’s come down to one putt. That’s what the championship wants. I’m sure it’ll make our players stronger, wiser and better players.”England’s Ashton Turner did enjoy some late cheer, winning the Fairstone Player of the Championship after his six straight victories.Meantime, hosts Scotland dug deep to secure a narrow victory over Wales, also winning 8 – 7, to achieve third place overall.England team: Dan Brown (Masham), Adam Chapman (Carus Green), Will Enefer (Wrekin), Harry Hall (West Cornwall), Josh Hilleard (Farrington Park), Marco Penge (Golf at Goodwood), Alfie Plant, (Sundridge Park), Gian-Marco Petrozzi (Trentham), Ashton Turner (Kenwick Park), James Walker (The Oaks) and Jack Yule (Middleton Hall).Click here for full scores 9 Aug 2016 England edged out in title thriller 12th August 2016England men in title showdownEngland face defending champions Ireland today in a winner-takes-all final day meeting at the Fairstone Men’s Home Internationals at Nairn Golf Club.On a wet and wild day in the Highlands, the English were always in control as they thumped Wales 11.5–3.5 to top the table after day two.Leading 4 – 1 after the foursomes, they pressed home their advantage with Gian-Marco Petrozzi, Marco Penge and Harry Hall posting emphatic triumphs, with Ashton Turner, Alfie Plant and James Walker also winning by the 3&2 margin.Petrozzi, 19, making his first Men’s Home International appearance, said: “We’re in a good position going into tomorrow, so hopefully we can do the business against Ireland.“It’s winner-takes-all, so it should be good fun out there tomorrow. It’s been a really good week, good fun. It’s great playing in a team environment which we don’t really do throughout the season so it’s been really enjoyable.”Meanwhile Irish eyes were smiling as they achieved a stirring comeback against the Scots to keep alive hopes of a third straight title.The hosts had responded from their opening day defeat to England to claim a commanding 4 – 1 advantage over the Irish. But the Scots were blown away in the afternoon winds as Ireland produced a dazzling singles performance to win 8.5 – 6.5, with the home side only claiming two-and-a-half points from the 10 matches post lunch.Such was the weather, the lunchtime singles matches were delayed by 30 minutes as the greenkeeping team cleared water from the course, but the pause certainly didn’t affect Ireland or England.Scotland and Wales start proceedings at 7.30am this morning, with England and Ireland following thereafter as they battle for the Raymond Trophy.Click here for full scorescenter_img 10th August 2016 England beat the ‘auld enemy’After the early Highland sunshine gave way to steady drizzle, it was England who still managed to shine as they edged to an 8.5 – 6.5 victory over the Scots, the reigning European Amateur Team champions.With the foursomes shared in the morning the singles went England’s way, after key one-hole wins for Adam Chapman and Dan Brown over Graeme Robertson and Craig Ross, while Ashton Turner also took out home member Sandy Scott 5&3.Craig Howie, Liam Johnston and Matthew Clark all replied with emphatic triumphs for the Scots, but Marco Penge won the final game on the course, 2&1 over Jamie Savage, to seal victory. It was more Highland success for Penge, given he won last year’s Carrick Neill Scottish Open Stroke Play at Moray.England could reflect on a job well done, given the difficult conditions. “It wasn’t as tough as it could have been, and I’ve played in a lot heavier rain this year so far,” admitted Turner, after his win over local Scott.“It was good fun this afternoon, obviously as expected the crowds were a little bit against me, but I tried to put that out of my mind and it was nice to get a point for the team. We’re trying to prise the trophy away from Irish hands so hopefully this will be the year for England.”Ireland, meanwhile, bidding for a hat-trick of Home Internationals titles, held firm to also edge a close match with Wales, 8 – 7. Conor Purcell’s one-hole victory over Jack Davidson ultimately proved decisive.Tomorrow’s matches see Scotland take on Ireland and England up against Wales, with the destination of the Raymond Trophy still very much up for grabs.Click here for full scores9 August 2016Highland battle lines drawn as Nairn welcomes Home InternationalsThe Nairn Golf Club will add to its already illustrious history this week when it plays host to the premier amateur team event for male golfers across GB&IThe Fairstone Men’s Home Internationals will be fought over three great golfing days as the four-cornered team event heads to the Highlands from 10 – 12 August.Contested annually between sides from Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales, it offers a chance for the leading lights from men’s amateur golf to shine in a team environment – just as Europe and the US will do in next month’s Ryder Cup.Top players who have lined up in the event in the past before going on to make their name in the pro ranks include Rory McIlroy, Colin Montgomerie, Danny Willett and Ian Woosnam.All four teams will boast strong line-ups with England represented by Dan Brown (Masham), Adam Chapman (Carus Green), Will Enefer (Wrekin), Harry Hall (West Cornwall), Josh Hilleard (Farrington Park), Marco Penge (Golf at Goodwood), Alfie Plant, (Sundridge Park), Gian-Marco Petrozzi (Trentham), Ashton Turner (Kenwick Park), James Walker (The Oaks) and Jack Yule (Middleton Hall). (Image copyright Kenny Smith)The line-up from defending champions Ireland includes GB&I player Stuart Grehan, while the Wales team features rising talent Joshua Davies. Scotland’s side will have a mix of youth and experience, with Sandy Scott, 18, and Calum Fyfe, 19, joined by the likes of Matthew Clark and Barry Hume, both 34, and Euan McIntosh, 47.Nairn is recognised as one of Scotland’s best traditional links courses, and is a past Walker Cup and Curtis Cup venue. It was founded in 1887 with the sweeping coastal course created and shaped beside the Moray Firth through the combined effort of legends Archie Simpson, Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Ben Sayers.Lee Hartley, Chief Executive of Fairstone Financial Management, said: “We are delighted to be supporting the Home Internationals for the fourth consecutive year and are very proud of our association with the governing bodies of the amateur game in Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales.“Fairstone has enjoyed a very strong relationship with Scottish Golf, who we have sponsored since 2010, which has helped grow our brand among golfers and golf clubs in ‘The Home of Golf’ and beyond. As the UK’s largest Chartered Financial Planning firm, we share many of the same values as those enjoyed on the golf course, which will be epitomised by the very best players in the country during what promises to be a fantastic week at The Nairn Golf Club.”Entry to the Fairstone Home Internationals is free of charge for spectators. Live scoring will be featured on scottishgolf.org, with a daily highlights package shown on Scottish Golf’s social media channels, thanks to support from The R&A.last_img read more

Grizz romps past Dogs 8-2 as KIJHL enters Final Four

first_imgBrendan Urban and Bruce Silvera, including three goals, each had four points to lead the Revelstoke Grizzlies to a convincing 8-2 victory over the Osoyoos Coyotes Sunday in game one of the Okanagan Confernence Final in the South Okanagan City.The Grizz lead the best-of-seven series 1-0 with game two set for Monday in Osoyoos. The Coyotes had the best record of the regular season, posting an incredible 42-2-2-4 record.Sunday’s contest was the first of the KIJHL’s Final Four. Fernie became the latest team to qualify after the Ghostriders outlasted the Creston Valley Thunder Cats in seven games of the Eddie Mountain Division Final Saturday at the Fernie Memorial Arena.Fernie now meets Murdoch Division champ Castlegar Rebels in the Kootenay Conference Final beginning Monday in the East Kootenay City.Johnny Park scored the winning goal at six minutes of the second period and Andrew Walton stopped 24 of 25 shots to power the Ghostriders to a 3-1 victory.The pesky Cats push the Riders to the deciding game after Colton Meaden scored with a second remaining in the first overtime period to give Creston a 5-4 victory.Game two of the Kootenay Final goes Tuesday in Fernie with the series shifting back to the Sunflower City for games three and four Thursday and Saturday.Back in Osoyoos, the Grizz built a 6-0 lead — with four of the markers coming on the power play — 38 minutes into the game before the Desert Dogs were able to hit the score sheet. Osoyoos out shot the Grizzlies 40-33.This is Fernie’s fifth consecutive trip to the KIJHL Conference Final. The past two seasons the Riders lost to the Nelson Leafs. In 2007 the Ghostriders won the KIJHL title.This season Fernie plays host to the Cyclone Taylor Championship, gaining an automatic bye into the four-team tournament.The Cyclone Taylor Cup is set for March 31 to April [email protected] By The Nelson Daily SportsIt’s going to take more than just a 90-point season to dethrone the defending Kootenay International Junior Hockey League champs.last_img read more