first_imgUWI FC are on a roll following five consecutive wins in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL). Today, the league leaders will seek a sixth consecutive win when they face lowly Harbour View FC at the UWI Bowl.Last Thursday, UWI FC whipped bottom-placed team Boys’ Town 4-0 and improved to 19 points. They are highly favoured to pull off another home win against Harbour View, who are sitting in an unfamiliar 11th position in the 12-team table.Goalkeeper Amal Knight, the team’s vice-captain, says that his team is very upbeat at this time.”We had some aims and objectives. One was to get a certain amount of points in the first round of the competition, which we have achieved. Now, we want to continue the momentum,” Knight disclosed during the RSPL weekly press conference yesterday at Red Stripe, Spanish Town Road.Knight spoke of the team’s title ambition in only their second season in top-flight competition.”Last season, we missed out by a point for a spot in the semi-finals. This season, we aim to do better. We were beaten 5-0 by Harbour View last season and that was humiliating. Harbour View are at the bottom of the ladder, but we don’t want to get complacent. We want to focus on ourselves and won’t take them lightly,” Knight added.Knight apart, the Marcel Gayle-coached UWI will rely on captain and the competition’s leading goalscorer Rochane Smith, who is on six goals, Dawyne Smith and Anthony Greenland.Meanwhile, Harbour View’s head coach Ludlow Bernard is bracing for a tough away game.”We are anticipating a very good game against UWI on Sunday. We had a very good game against Humble Lion that ended 1-1 last Thursday night, so we want to win this game as most of our points have been earned on the road,” Bernard said on Friday.Harbour View will look to players such as John-Ross Edwards, Hugh Evans, Andre Messam and Nicholas Beckett to stop UWI.Today’s matcheso 3 p.m: Jamalco vs Humble Lion at Wembley Centre of Excellenceo 3 p.m: Portmore United vs Montego Bay United at Spanish Town Prison Ovalo 3 p.m: Maverley-Hughenden vs Arnett Gardens at Constant Springo 3 p.m: Tivoli Gardens vs FC Reno at Edward Seaga Complexo 3 p.m: UWI FC vs Harbour View at UWI Bowlo 3 p.m: Waterhouse vs Boys’ Town at Drewsland Stadiumlast_img read more

first_imgDance in the Dirt stage. Photo by John Luke Kieper.Tickets for the event can be purchased on Energetic Tickets or on site. Ticket Rates are shown below:Adult Single Ticket: $15Adult Weekend Pass: $40Senior and Youth Single Ticket: $10Senior and Youth Weekend Pass: $25Single Dance Ticket: $25Weekend Dance Pass: $40Surerus added that though set up for the rodeo has gone great, they are still in need of volunteers to work the rodeo come this weekend. If residents would like to volunteer they are asked to meet at the rodeo grounds at 9:00 a.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.Gates open at 10:30 a.m. on Friday while the rodeo doesn’t start until 1:00 p.m. A beer garden will be on location along with food trucks as well.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Rodeo is ready to take centre stage this weekend at the North Peace Light Horse Rodeo Grounds.The event will see over 272 athletes competing in all different kinds of rodeo events.Photo by John Luke Kieper.- Advertisement -Rodeo organizer Jodie Surerus has high hopes for the event and expects lots of fun rain or shine.“I think it will be a really good show. I’m hoping the rain will hold off on Friday, but we will be ready for a monsoon,” said Surerus. “We have great events and donations are amazing this year.”This year’s rodeo will feature a “Dance in the Dirt”, which will have live entertainment as well as food and drinks. Surerus mentioned she is very excited that they are able to put on a dance because some communities this size don’t have the resources.Advertisementlast_img read more

first_img-Sunday is the club Road Championship from The intersection of the Shendoah road and Old Montney Highway at 10 am.www.ferrisfastcycles.com – Advertisement -August Battiston won the final Duathlon of the 2010 season, Tuesday night, with a time of 30:05 minutes for the 2 k run – 8k bike – 2 k run on the Baldonnel circuit. Pat Ferris was second at 31:30 and Bob Andrews close behind for third at 31:34. Roger St. Jean was 4th at 31:58 and Andrew Spence 5th at 33:33.Jolea Bilodeau was 6th at 33:41, Owen Giebelhaus 34:06, Sandy McDonald 34:53 and Lisa Verbisky 36:06.Coming up:-Wed Club meeting 7:30 pm at Wendy’s-Thurs Aurora Engineering Personal best time trial at Baldonnel at 7 pm.Advertisement -submitted storylast_img read more

first_imgAnyone interested in improving their putting should consider an upcoming Lakepoint clinic.The Lakepoint Golf and Country Club will be holding two Green Reading Clinics on Aug. 20 and 21. Participants will learn the AimPoint Green Reading Method.- Advertisement -This method, which is considered the most effective way to read greens, is currently being used by the world’s top golf instructors, PGA Tour pros and caddies.The clinic will demonstrate a variety of putting theories, such as how and why putts break, how to predict a putt, primary shapes of a green, the effects of wind and how a golfer can handle optical illusions presented on a green.The 2.5 hour hands-on session costs $200 per person and space is limited to only eight golfers per session.For more information on the clinic or to reserve a spot, please contact Ryan Harvey at r-harvey@shaw.ca or 250-261-2135.  Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgThe Government has approved an investment by Údarás na Gaeltachta of €5m in R&D grant assistance to be paid over a period of 5 years to Randox Teo in Dungloe.The investment will enable Randox Teo to develop its facility as a world class R&D centre of excellence and will lead to 450 jobs at the plant by 2020.The investment will forward the company’s strategy for biochip technology and diagnostic equipment as envisaged under the company’s plan entitled Dungloe 2020.The investment will lead to the creation of 450 jobs by the end of 2020 with 125 people being employed at the plant by the end of this year.The move has been welcomed by Junior Minister Joe McHugh.“This decision shows the Government’s commitment to consolidating employment in areas such as An Clochán Liath in order to sustain viable, rural communities and, in particular, to support the Irish language as the community language in a strong Gaeltacht area. Having regard to the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs 2015, which has a particular focus on regional development, I am particularly pleased to note that Randox Teo plans to have 125 employees in An Clochán Liath by the end of 2015 and that an employment target of 450 jobs will be reached by the end of 2020.“I would like to acknowledge and commend Randox and their management team on the company’s commitment to Dungloe and the surrounding area, as well as to the Irish language. Randox is a strong successful Ulster company, based in Antrim, and the work they are doing in Donegal is a great example of positive cross border work.“Last December, I was very pleased to announce that following discussions I had with the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin TD, Údarás na Gaeltachta received an additional €1 million in their capital budget for 2015. I believe this is a clear indication of this Government’s continued commitment to job creation and enterprise development in the Gaeltacht.”Randox Teo was established in 2008 in An Clochán Liath. The company currently employs 85 people in An Clochán Liath and will recruit an additional 40 people by the end of 2015. Randox Teo is part of the global group, Randox Holdings Ltd, which is among the top 20 biochemical diagnostic companies in the world and is a global brand with its products being sold in over 145 countries.450 JOBS PROMISED BY 2020 AS GOVT ANNOUNCES €5M GRANT FOR RANDOX, DUNGLOE was last modified: July 7th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegaldungloejobsRANDOX TEOlast_img read more

first_imgMichael Lynch scored a second-half goal for the winners.Lynch and Ryan McErlean traded positions in part two with Lynch, who began at midfield, going to full-forward. Lynch punched a long ball goalward and, after the initial attempt cannoned back off the bar, the St Johnston man slapped the rebound to the net.Joe Donaghy, Eddie Gillespie, McErlean and Daniel Clarke all scored points for Naomh Colmcille.Club lotto:There was no winner of this weeks jackpot which rolls over to next weeks jackpot of €3,250Weekly winners: Date:  30/04/16No.s Drawn : 2,6,11,13,24weekly winners:Raymond o donnell6,11,13Pointer and griffin6,11,24Christy McDaid11,13,24Training:Under 18’s Training is already up and running, Monday nights at 7pm,contact Joe Donaghey for further Details.Under 16’s are up and running with training at 6:45 pm on Thursday nights.U14 Training Monday at 6pm. Expect division 3 league qtr final on Friday but no details of opposition or venue yet.U8/10 Fridays @ 6pm down at club house, contact Gerard mc Fadden or Barry o Hagan for further details.Girls training Friday evening 7-8.In addition anybody available to help with u6 & u8 players session. Please attend at 6pm Friday.Registartion:****Registration must be paid and filled out prior to the competitions starting as failure to do so will result in you not being covered in the case of injury******The CCC have released the fixtures for all competitions for the coming year, the Seniors and reserves have been entered in the Tim Farren and Philadelphia Cups respectively with the fixtures for all being posted in due CourseSent from my iPhoneGAA NEWS: MICHAEL LYNCH GOAL SECURES FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON FOR NAOMH COLMCILLE was last modified: May 3rd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAANaomh ColmcilleSportlast_img read more

first_img Glentoran goalkeeper Elliot Morris should have done better Crusaders took the lead over Glentoran after just ten seconds of their Northern Irish Premiership match on Saturday.The home side went on to win 3-0 having got off to a very quick start which set them on their way. 1 From kick off, the strikers played the ball back to Sean Ward, who lumped it into the opposition half.The ball flew out to the right wing, but was headed back across to the centre by Jordan Owens.It landed in front of Matthew Snoddy, with the ball perfectly placed for a half volley from 25 yards.The 25-year-old took the opportunity, smashing it towards goal, however it should have been a relatively comfortable save for Glentoran stopper Elliot Morris.However, he only managed to get a hand on the strike and could not keep it from bouncing over the line with just ten seconds on the clock.You can watch the video of the goal below. 👀Blink and you’ll miss it! ⏰It’s taken just 10 – YES that’s 10 – seconds for @CrusadersFC to take the lead against @Glentoran at SeaviewJust as quick as you, @alanshearer 😉Text Video Audio – https://t.co/rCJgyFTDUZGet involved! Use #BBCIrishPrem pic.twitter.com/e9kJki1WWf— BBC SPORT NI (@BBCSPORTNI) October 13, 2018last_img read more

first_imgMembers of Carndonagh Boxing Club.A well-known boxing club may now be unable to move into its new clubhouse after vandals caused up to €3,000 of damage.Windows were smashed and doors kicked in during the attack at Carndonagh Boxing Club on Sunday night last.The premises, at Barrack Hill, has been a labour of love for workers at the club with a total of €150,000 already spent on the building. John Lynch, a committee member of Carndonagh ABC, told Donegal Daily that they are disgusted by the attack.“We have rented a premises for the past 30 years at Chapel Street and this was our dream building.“All the money was raised through fundraising and now these vandals come along and attack the building for no reason other than thuggery.“We are very annoyed and we don’t know when we will be able to move into the premises now,” he said. The club, which has up to 60 members, boasts a number of All-Ireland champions.John added “The aim of the club has always been to give kids some direction in their lives.“Now other kids have come along and done this. It’s just so frustrating and we don’t have the money to carry out these repairs at the moment.”  BOXING CLUB ON ROPES AFTER DISGUSTING VANDALISM ATTACK was last modified: June 17th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Carndonagh Boxing Clubdonegalvandalism attacklast_img read more

first_imgA gracious good Monday morning to you, 49ers and Raiders fans. FiveThirtyEight has a bucket of ice water it would like to dump over your heads.Sorry to kill the buzz from one of the best pro football Sundays in Bay Area history. The 49ers rallied from 16-0 to beat Arizona 36-26, with Jimmy Garoppolo becoming the third quarterback in team history to throw for 400 yards and four touchdowns, joining a couple of old-timers named Montana and Young.Across the inlet, the Raiders beat the Bengals …last_img read more

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Sometimes the little guy wins. It happened last June when the United States Supreme Court decided Horne v. Department of Agriculture, a case involving interpretation of the Fifth Amendment which prohibits the taking of property without just compensation.Marvin and Laura Horne are California raisin growers. In fact, they have produced raisins since 1969. Raisins are governed by a federal system that originated in the 1930s to stabilize raisin prices. A board of mostly raisin growers meets annually to determine if a percentage of each grower’s crop should be set aside in order to maintain stable crop prices. The USDA then enforces this determination. The excess raisins are donated to various federal programs, exports or charity. The raisin producers receive a portion of the net proceeds from the surplus, often amounting to less than the cost of production, or nothing.When USDA ordered raisin growers to set aside 47% of their crop in the 2002-2003 growing season, Marvin and Laura Horne declined. They refused entry to the trucks sent to pick up the raisins. So the government ordered them to pay $480,000, the fair market value of the raisins plus a fine in excess of $200,000.The fight went to court and wound its way through the system, which largely sided with USDA. On June 22, 2015, the Supreme Court agreed with the Hornes that the supply management system violates the Takings Clause in the U.S. Constitution’s Fifth Amendment. The court also set aside the fines and money damages ordered by USDA. Moreover, the Court found that there is no difference between real and personal property regarding takings, as a lower court had ruled.Real property is land and items permanently affixed to the land. Personal property is all kinds of property that are not real property. The Takings Clause now applies to both types of property — makes perfect sense to me.Although the government has not ordered any raisins set aside in the past five years, the Supreme Court has made it clear in this decision that should any future set asides be mandated, the growers will need to be paid fair market value for their personal property.A Google search led to abundant information about this decision and the background of the case. Perhaps the most interesting reading was from a comments section (which I tend to avoid) from a fourth generation raisin farmer who stated, “The current rules of our industry were made by, have been governed by, and are only defended by the packers. This has been to the detriment of the growers. The proof is easy to see if you drive around the valley and see the vines being plowed out by the thousands of acres. Growers have had enough.”I have never grown a raisin, but I know precisely what he means.last_img read more