And it seems quite a few Bulldogs players share that sentiment.”Contrary to popular opinion, I didn’t come here just because of Des. I was disappointed for him the way things turned out,” Foran told NRL.com, referring to Hasler being shown the door in September. The premiership-winning coach has since launched a legal challenge over the way the split took place.”But I’ve been really enjoying my time under Dean. It’s been great to be coached by him.”He’s a different style to Des as every coach has their own way. But I am enjoying Dean’s spin on things.”The boys have really bought into the culture and the type of footy he wants to be played here.”Foran isn’t the only one enjoying the changing of the guard at Belmore.”There’s quite a bit of difference. Des was a lot about his videos whereas Dean doesn’t really get into much video,” said back-rower Greg Eastwood.”He’d rather show us on the field and I kind of prefer that. I don’t like sitting and watching too much video, I’d rather be out there putting into practice those things so I know what he wants me to do.”Veteran centre Josh Morris, who like Eastwood was present for the Hasler reign from 2012-2017, can also see some stark changes.”They are completely different. Dean is a bit more laidback in the way he goes about his business than Des,” Morris said.”But there’s been a lot more emphasis on skill during the pre-season. I feel like I’ve definitely got a lot more skilful.”Maybe we haven’t really showed it much so far but hopefully the skills and drills sessions we had will show throughout the year, and we create more opportunities on the back of that.”At the quarter-season mark, the Bulldogs are 2-4. The 27-10 win over North Queensland on Saturday was the most points Pay’s men have scored over 80 minutes.Skipper Josh Jackson said the “new feel” began when Pay had large banners erected on the western fence celebrating each premiership and grand final the Bulldogs have played.”It’s great to see what players have done before us. It is a real responsibility of us to make sure we uphold the value of the jersey,” Jackson said. “We are custodians of that jersey now. We want the next generation of players to be proud of us too.”I can’t pinpoint one or two things that are different because it’s quite a number of things. It’s not that I didn’t enjoy it last year, or the players didn’t. It’s just that is very different and we needed a breath of fresh air.”
Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on April 6, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News Tesla’s result in March: 53% of all plug-ins sold and 75% of all BEVsTesla increased its electric car sales in the U.S. in March by 46% year-over-year to 14,625 (InsideEVs’ estimation), despite the reduced federal tax credit and sales ramp-up in Europe/China.We must note that sales of all of the other plug-ins decreased in March from ≈16,423 in March 2018 to ≈13,036 in March 2019.Tesla results:Tesla Model 3 – 10,175 (22,425 YTD)Tesla Model X – 2,175 (3,850 YTD)Tesla Model S – 2,275 (3,625 YTD) Tesla Model 3, S, X March 2019 U.S. Sales Estimates: Final Tesla Model 3 Set New Sales Record In Germany U.S. sales reports March 2019 U.S. EV Sales Continue The Trend, Barely Exceeding 2018 Source: Electric Vehicle News Tesla car sales in the U.S. – March 2019Tesla improved its market share among plug-in cars to 53%! In other words, more than half of the consumers who bought a plug-in car choose a Tesla.In the case of the all-electric car segment, Tesla’s share is 75%! High ratio is maintained thanks to the new more affordable version of the highly-popular Model 3.In total, Tesla already sold more than 381,000 cars in the U.S. and the Model 3 is the top-selling car with a cumulative result of over 163,000.