Substitute Javiera Grez wasted a golden chance with a panicked finish but it mattered little two minutes later as Yanara Aedo’s shot struck the post and then Boonsing before creeping over the line.The keeper did not cover herself in glory for the second either, allowing Urrutia’s header to creep in, while her rash leap at the Chile striker saw a penalty awarded following a VAR review.Lara could not convert, however, leaving La Roja heartbroken while Nigeria was able to celebrate a place in the knockout stages. Women’s World Cup 2019: Updated group stage results and standings Women’s World Cup 2019: 3 takeaways from USA’s win over Sweden And they looked on course to do exactly that as Thailand goalkeeper Waraporn Boonsing’s own goal was added to by Maria Jose Urrutia’s header 10 minutes from the end, with Chile well on top.Boonsing’s clumsy foul on Urrutia offered Lara the chance to net the crucial third from the spot four minutes from time, but her effort crashed against the crossbar, meaning Nigeria, from Group A, advance at Chile’s expense. Related News Women’s World Cup 2019: USA on collision course with France after beating Sweden Congrats, @NGSuper_Falcons!See you in the Round of 16! #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/OEONhzRapY— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) June 20, 2019Chile began the brighter and went agonisingly close to an opener as Urrutia’s effort was headed onto the post by Natthakarn Chinwong.Thailand improved as the opening period progressed, Silawan Intamee seeing an effort deflected narrowly wide before Kanjana Sung-ngoen’s 35-yard chip was tipped over.Rosario Balmaceda rattled the Thailand woodwork for a second time late in the half, but Chile was ahead soon after the restart. Chile bowed out of the Women’s World Cup despite a 2-0 win over Thailand as Francisca Lara’s late penalty miss cost Jose Letelier’s side a place in the last 16.La Roja needed to win by three goals in Rennes on Thursday to advance from Group F as one of the best third-placed teams.
Facebook17Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of OlympiaThe week of April 16, 2018, the City of Olympia will go live with new parking management software and new technology to support more convenient ways to pay for parking.A new online portal will allow residents to apply and pay for parking permits, including residential permits used by residents of certain Downtown neighborhoods. The online features will also allow account holders to manage the vehicles on their permits, pay parking citations and request a hearing to appeal a parking ticket, all from a computer or mobile device.Instead of hand-entering license plate information, City staff will use new License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology to read license plate numbers and automatically check for permits, saving time and improving accuracy. Data collected from the plates will be purged each day, and kept only if associated with a parking ticket. LPR will also allow the City to collect parking space occupancy and parking duration data, which will be used to improve the parking system.The City will also begin phasing in a Pay-by-Phone system that will essentially turn every parking meter into a smart meter. Because new stickers must be installed, the system will be phased in, as installation of the stickers is weather dependent. Once stickers are installed, customers can download the Pay-by-Phone app to a smartphone and pay for parking at any meter in the City. The app can send a text alert when a meter is about to expire and the driver can add time to the meter remotely via smartphone.For more information on City of Olympia Parking Services, visit us online at olympiawa.gov/parking