TIM YAKTEEN, BIG SCORE, WINNER: “I think he can handle more distance. I definitely don’t think distance will be any concern. I think he showed that he’s not one dimensional today. He doesn’t have to come from completely out of it.“The pace was substantially faster today, the first part of the race, and Flavien kept him a little closer but it didn’t seem to compromise his kick. He still had a pretty good kick.“I would love to participate in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf.” JOCKEY QUOTES FLAVIEN PRAT, BIG SCORE, WINNER: “Since he won the first time out, I’ve thought he was a good horse. Last time, I guess I was a little too far behind the rest of the field and had to wait a little bit to get through. The winner that day (Bowies Hero) is a good horse. My horse was running at the end, but I just couldn’t catch him.“Today I took my time and put him right there, even though the pace was pretty fast. I wanted him right there and he always shows a good turn of foot.“The Breeders’ Cup is what we’re looking for.” TRAINER QUOTES GEORGE KRIKORIAN, OWNER/BREEDER, BIG SCORE: “The way he’s been running, we thought he’d run well today. We’ll definitely point him now to the million dollar race (Grade I, Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf at Santa Anita Nov. 4). These horses by Mr. Big are showing a lot of promise. I moved him to E.A. Ranches in Ramona for this year and he was bred to 39 mares. If he keeps going the way he is, he could be the best son of Dynaformer (deceased) at stud.” NOTES: The winning owner is George Krikorian of Torrance, CA.
A Canadian league delegation traveled to Madrid to sign the agreement in the Wanda Metropolitano. David Clanachan, president of the CPL, he headed it and welcomed Atlético: “We are very excited about launch the club with one of the most iconic and successful football brands in the world. “Atlético continues like this with their expansion plan, Well, this franchise joins this club in Canada He owns the rojiblanca entity in Mexico, Atlético San Luis, against who already played last summer. And between 2014 and 2017, He also had a franchise in the Indian Super League, Atlético Kolkata. Atlético has announced the agreement reached for the acquisition of a Canadian Premier League license, the Canadian league, which has expanded the number of participants from seven to eight. The headquarters of this new team will be in Ottawa and will start competing on April 11.Miguel Ángel Gil Marín, Managing Director of Atlético, he expressed his joy for the agreement, which is another step in the expansion of the club around the world: “We are very happy to be part of a project as beautiful and exciting as this one, in a league with a very strong structure in a spectacular country. We will work with the CPL to contribute our experience and help in the growth of Canadian football. We want that Ottawa fans can be proud to belong to this great family which is Atlético de Madrid and share our values with them. “
The last time both teams met in a friendly match was on April 11, 2006. The game ended in a 1-1 draw, with Teafore Bennett getting the goal for the Jamaicans. Both teams will be using today’s friendly as preparation for upcoming engagements. The United States are getting ready for their upcoming 2018 World Cup Qualifiers against Honduras and Panama respectively. Jamaica will also face Honduras in a friendly on February 16, while later this year, they will defend their Caribbean Cup title and compete in the 2017 edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. American coach Bruce Arena has called up an experienced squad for the game. It includes 29-year-old midfielder and captain Michael Bradley. The United States captain scored for the hosts in Jamaica’s 2-1 win at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup. TWO TO WATCH Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz will be without key defender Kemar Lawrence for today’s friendly international against the United States of America at the Finley Stadium in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Kick off time is 7 p.m. The New York Red Bulls player has a hamstring injury. “Kemar Lawrence will not be involved in the game tomorrow against the USA due to an hamstring injury,” team manager Roy Simpson told The Gleaner from Tennessee yesterday morning. He added that the other 19 players have settled in and are ready for the test against the Americans. “Everybody is settled. We had a light training session after arriving here on Tuesday,” Simpson added. The game will be the first time that both teams are meeting since the semi-finals of the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, where Jamaica beat the United States for the first time on US soil. DREW LAST TIME AROUND The game is a big test for a Jamaica squad which will depend heavily on local-based players. Two players to watch are Boys’ Town forward Shamar Nicholson and schoolboy Jourdane Fletcher of Montego Bay United. Nicholson is the top scorer in the Red Stripe Premier League with 10 goals in 18 games, while Cornwall College’s Fletcher has impressed for the Red Stripe Premier League defending champions. The full squad: Ewan Grandison (Portmore United), Dwayne Ambusley (Montego Bay United – MBU), Ladale Ritchie (MBU), Kevon Lambert (MBU), Jourdane Fletcher (MBU), Shamar Nicholson (Boys’ Town), Rosario Harriott (Harbour View), Michael Binns (Portmore), Owayne Gordon (MBU), Romario Williams (Atlanta United), Cory Burke (Bethlehem Steele), Omar Holness (Real Salt Lake), Je-Vaughn Watson (New England Revolution), Sergio Campbell, Damion Lowe (Tampa Bay Rowdies), Oneil Fisher (Seattle Sounders), Andre Blake (Philadelphia Union), Ryan Thompson (Saint Louis) and Alvas Powell (Portland Timbers). The head coach is Theodore Whitmore.
FILE – Jordan Clarkson during one of his practices with Gilas Pilipinas. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netGilas Pilipinas needs a lift in the coming Asian Games and Jordan Clarkson can definitely provide the star power to fill in the gaps.The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas is now actively preoccupied in bringing the Filipino-American from the Cleveland Cavaliers to play for the men’s basketball team in the Games scheduled Aug. 18-Sept. 2 in Jakarta, Indonesia.ADVERTISEMENT Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team PBA commissioner Willie Marcial said he was briefed by SBP officials on the proposed plan to include the 6-foot-5 guard in the lineup.“Clarkson will be a great addition to the team in the Asian Games. I was told that they are now working on getting him in time for the competition,’’ Marcial told the Inquirer.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES But bringing over Clarkson, who holds a Philippine passport, will be quite tricky for the SBP.The local basketball federation should first get the approval of the Cavaliers and work around a schedule that will not run in conflict with Clarkson’s commitments in the NBA.“It’s an option we are exploring,’’ said SBP president Al Panlilio in a text message.Once approved by the Cavaliers management, the Philippine Olympic Committee will seek the blessings of the Indonesian Asian Games Organizing Committee (Inasgoc) to facilitate Clarkson’s accreditation.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next SPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Beefed up by PBA players and naturalized center Marcus Douthit, the Philippines placed seventh in the previous Asian Games in 2014 held in Incheon, South Korea.Though Gilas was depleted after figuring in an ugly brawl with the Australian men’s basketball team, the suspensions levied by the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) on 10 Filipino players will in no way affect the country’s participation in the Asian Games. Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? Beasley: New Lakers vets can form solid core around LeBron
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is working with the authorities in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to coordinate payments for thousands of treatment centre staff, lab technicians, contacts tracers and burial teams who are at tremendous risk in combatting the deadly Ebola virus.According to UNDP Administrator, Mrs. Helen Clark, paying the health workers’ salaries in a timely manner is crucial and will motivate them to go about saving more lives.“Paying them on time helps to sustain them and their families, and it ensures a steady inflow of personnel who can help stop this disease outbreak,” she said.Mrs. Clark also stated that, “Success in the response, down to the district level, depends on these women and men who are risking their lives every day to fight the disease.”In Liberia, the Government, in collaboration with UNDP and the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER), conducted a one-day brainstorming session on the Ebola response processes relative to salary payments to health workers.UNDP Coordinator for Salary Payments for Ebola Response Workers (ERW), Stuart Kefford, said the initiative is to ensure that all Ebola response workers are paid on time.During the training held in Monrovia, Mr. Kefford said efforts are in response to the United Nations Secretary General’s request for UNDP to closely work with governments in the affected countries to identify ERWs and seek better payment modalities.The UNDP Coordinator said the Liberian Government has already established harmonized rates of payment identified by profession and put in place whereby individuals are paid basic salaries, allowances and hazard benefits.He stated that the meeting was necessary to further explain various payment processes that have been put into place by the government and discuss other modalities that will make the process effective and efficient. Recognizing the commitment of the respective national authorities leading this response, UNDP, working with the UNMEER, is tracking payments and improving existing systems through which payments are being delivered to the Ebola response workers.The objective is not only to support governments which handle payrolls and partners to continue paying the workers’ salaries and incentives on time, but also to strengthen and develop systems that will expand access to affordable financial services after this medical emergency is over.Mrs. Clark also stated that reinforcing existing services can help expand the creation of markets, improve poverty reduction and resilience, boost economic growth and recovery, develop livelihoods of people with low incomes and empower women over time.Beyond the immediate response, she said, UNDP will also make welfare payments to vulnerable communities affected by the disease, focusing on survivors and families who lost relatives or are helping orphaned children, as well as groups who lost their livelihoods as a result of the crisis.The socio-economic impact of the Ebola medical emergency will be felt long after the crisis has ended. It is already affecting the means of making a living of millions of the poorest and most vulnerable people in these countries, as well as the ability of governments to provide basic services to their populations.As part of the broader UN family, UNDP is working to identify and trace people with Ebola; assisting with social mobilization and community engagement; strengthening security agency capacity to prevent further spread of the disease; assessing the socio-economic impact of the outbreak and working with governments on recovery plans.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Rev. Dr. Jonathan B. B. Hart, named Archbishop of the Internal Province of West Africa. Reverend Dr. Jonathan B. B. Hart, Archbishop of the Internal Province of West Africa and the Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Liberia was on Sunday, March 3, 2019, named the 11th Primate and the Metropolitan Archbishop of the Anglican Church of the Province of West Africa (CPWA).At an elaborate ceremony held at Monrovia’s Trinity Cathedral up Broad Street, attended by many ecclesiastical, other dignitaries and Episcopalians from around the country, Archbishop Hart received the Primatial Cross, and was recognized the 11th person to occupy said position, which is the highest in the Anglican Church of the Province of West Africa.He succeeded the 10th Primate and Metropolitan Archbishop of the CPWA, the Most Rev. Prof. Daniel YinkahSarfo, Bishop of Kumasi.Among those in attendance were the Right Rev. James Y. Odico, Bishop of The Gambia, the Right Rev. Daniel Torto, Bishop of Accra, the Right Rev. Thomas I. Wilson, Bishop of Freetown, who preached the sermon for the occasion, Mother Wilson, and the Right Rev. Jacques Boston, Bishop of Guinea.The Episcopal Church of the United States was represented by the Rev. David Copley.In his remarks handing over to Archbishop Hart the Primatial Cross, the most Rev. Prof. YinkahSarfo, said that having served his full term as a Primate and Metropolitan Archbishop of the CPWA in accordance with the constitution of the CPWA, it was his distinguished honor to turn it over to Archbishop Hart.“I hand over the Primatial Cross to you, the most Rev. Jonathan Bonaparte Baubu Hart, the incoming 11th Primate and Metropolitan Archbishop of the CPWA, in the name of the Father,the Son and the Holy Spirit, amen,” Rev. Prof. Uinkahsarfo said.Following the transfer of the Primatial Cross to Archbishop Hart, Archbishop Sarfo pledged his support to the new Archbishop.Archbishop Sarfo told the congregation that he will do everything possible to support Archbishop Hart, because when he headed the CPWA. He was also supported by Archbishop Hart.In response, Archbishop Jonathan B. B Hart said the task ahead is “a challenge overseeing several dioceses and requires the support of all its members.” He called on everyone to support the work of the church in order to achieve its goal. He is expected to head the office for the next five years.Archbishop Hart has had a distinguished career. Not only is he the Episcopal bishop of Liberia. He is chair of the Board of Trustees of Cuttington University, and has also served as head of the Inter-Religious Council and president of the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC).He is a graduate of both Cuttington University, with a Bachelor’s degree in Divinity, and also of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, where he took the Master of Divinity degree. He also holds an Honorary Doctorate degree (honoris causa) from the Cuttington University.In a welcome remarks at a Masonic Temple reception following Sunday’s colorful ceremony at Trinity Cathedral, the chancellor of the Episcopal Diocese of Liberia, Counselor Seward Montgomery Cooper, Esq., recalled that in 1836, the first footsteps of the Episcopal/Anglican communion in Liberia were planted at Cavalla, Maryland County.By then, Maryland was not yet part of Liberia. According to him, Cavalla was in what was then the State of Maryland in Africa. “There was no bishop until 1851 when the Episcopal Church of the USA assigned one, and thus emerged what was named the Missionary District of Cape Palmas and Parts Adjacent,” he recalled.Bishop Browne aptly described the situation: “It [meaning the Liberian Diocese] was ecclesiastically based in the United States yet domiciled in Africa.” He reflected: “Though it was the vision of the founding fathers in 1836 that the mission should extend its religious influence to this region of Western Africa, yet this did not become a reality until 1982.”So three decades and seven years ago, Liberia became a full member of the Anglican Province of West Africa. Archbishop Browne became the sixth Primate of the Province and our chancellor, Brother J. Rudolph Grimes, as provincial chancellor, led the drafting of the Provincial Constitution and Canons.It may also be recalled that Liberia was the sixth national church to head of the Province of West Africa. On March 18, 1982, Liberia acquired full membership within the Province of West Africa.The Anglican Province of West Africa has two Internal Provinces. One Internal Province covers dioceses in Ghana, and the other covers dioceses in the Gambia, Guinea, Liberia Sierra Leone and Cameroun. Each Internal Province is headed by an Archbishop.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A Fort St. John male is dead after a single vehicle rollover on Highway 29 this weekend.Chetwynd RCMP now say they and other emergency services attended the rollover scene at 10:15 p.m., Saturday.- Advertisement -They say the driver of a Dodge minivan was travelling north on the highway when he lost control of the vehicle, which then went into the ditch, rolling several times.Carey Raymond Hutchins was ejected from the minivan and declared dead at the scene.Police say they believe speed, alcohol and Hutchins’ not wearing a seatbelt were all factors in the incident.Anyone with information about the rollover is asked to contact the Chetwynd RCMP detachment at 250-788-9221 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.Advertisement
7 7 7 If Tottenham are to land their transfer targets in the January window, then they are going to have to make room in their squad somehow.This may mean Roberto Soldado, Aaron Lennon and Kyle Naughton’s Spurs careers will come to an end as manager Mauricio Pochettino aims to get a few more players he wants in.The club are in the hunt for a place in the Premier League top four as well as the FA and League Cup and the Europa League. Here, talkSPORT rounds up the latest rumours surrounding potential new arrivals at White Hart Lane.Click the arrow top right to see those players. 7 Kevin Mirallas: Tottenham to offer Lennon for Everton’s flavour of the month? Click the arrow to see more transfer rumours surrounding arrivals and departures at Spurs – There is nothing Mirallas can’t do right now, except score penalties and smile. The Everton attacker has 18 months left on his contract having joined from Olympiakos in 2012 for £6m and in 89 games for the Toffees the 27-year-old has scored 26 goals. According to the Telegraph, Everton explained any offer would be rejected having knocked back an enquiry from White Hart Lane about Mirallas’ availability. However, an Evening Standard story claims Aaron Lennon could be offered in part exchange and a formal bid may still be launched this month. Winston Reid: Hammers stopper will NOT sign a new deal! Click the arrow for more Spurs transfer gossip! – The Mirror claim that should Arsenal make an offer for Reid this month, then he wants to join. West Ham want £8m for their star stopper, but Arsenal were thinking more £4m-£5m, so if a deal cannot be agreed and he does remain at Upton Park until the summer, then Tottenham are willing to offer Reid a lot of money to move across London. Yevhen Konoplyanka: Dnipro to sell tricky winger rather than lose him for nothing. Click the arrow for more Spurs transfer gossip! – Konoplyanka is another left sided player Spurs have looked at, however, it is believed there are third-party ownership issues to get around in order to bring the Ukraine international to England. The winger is available for free in the summer, but his club Dnipro want to push a reported £7m deal through in the January window to avoid losing him for nothing. 7 7 Adrien Rabiot: PSG whizz-kid keen to join Spurs? Click the arrow for more Spurs transfer gossip! – Rabiot recently extended his contract in Paris on the condition he would be allowed to leave in January on loan in order to play more first team football. Laurent Blanc, his manager, would like him to stay and Rabiot has played in PSG’s last three games, but his agent his mum Veronique is getting a little bit annoyed with proceedings. French journalist Julien Laurens believes a deal could happen towards the end of the month. Roberto Soldado: Moyes’ Sociedad and Leverkusen want striker who doesn’t score. Click the arrow for more Spurs transfer gossip! – Soldado has been linked with both Bayer Leverkusen in Germany and Real Sociedad in Spain, but if the £26m striker did leave, that would leave manager Pochettino with just Emmanuel Adebayor and Harry Kane. Jay Rodriguez and Danny Ings are reported targets, but the former has suffered a setback in his return from a knee injury, while Burnley will fight to keep Ings at Turf Moor until the summer. Leverkusen striker Josip Drmic has been linked with a move away and the Express report a swap for Soldado is a possibility. 7 James McCarthy: Tottenham to make bid with Everton midfielder considering his position? Click the arrow for more Spurs transfer gossip! – Everton have apparently been promising Ireland midfielder McCarthy a new deal since the summer, but new terms have yet to be agreed. The 24-year-old is being looked by Spurs because of competition for their other target Morgan Schneiderlin. A summer bid may be more likely. Kyle Naughton: Defender prefers Swansea to Leicester – Swansea have the Wilfried Bony money to reinvest and have opened talks with Tottenham over the transfer of right-back Naughton. Leicester are keen, but the defender is keen on a move to the Liberty and a £4m deal is expected. Meanwhile, Juventus continue to lead the chase for Paulinho.
Job Vacancy: A full-time position for an experienced and dynamic Parts Advisor or Manager has become available at a vehicle service company in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.Job Details: Full-time, PermanentRequired experience: Parts Management: 3 yearsAutoview or parts system experienceKey Responsibilities:Booking in and selling partsOrdering parts, ensuring stock levels and liaising with management.To develop and agree Parts Department Plans and Budgets to achieve sales and financial targets.To develop and agree annual sales and operating plans and budgets, to achieve agreed financial, market, productivity and resource control targets including:Create and agree the organisation and staffing for the Parts Department to ensure the efficient achievement of objective, including:Create and establish control systems for all departmental resources.Assess trends in all key indicators, agree corrective action and implement in a timely manner.Create, agree and implement sales, merchandisingTo ensure efficient and timely operation of administrative systems and operating procedures, including:a) Monthly stock orders delivered by the due dates.b) Completion of statistical reports by due dates.c) Invoicing of all parts.d) Stock Checks, Lost Sales, Stock Control, etc.Key Requirements:3 – 5 years of previous experience within a similar role.Excellent customer service skills.Ability to lead a team.Excellent communication skills.Team playerComputer literatureFull, clean driving licence.To apply for this role, email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with Parts Advisor 110 in the subject line.Job Vacancy: Donegal dealership seeks experienced Parts Advisor was last modified: December 12th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:jobletterkennyManagerParts AdvisorVacancy
BY DONEGAL LADIES GAA: Hard luck to the Donegal Minor Ladies who suffered a defeat to Tyrone in the Ulster Minor A Final today in Monaghan Harps GAA Grounds.Final score 4-13 to 2-5. A sincere thank you to all the players and management team of Hugh Donnelly, Maureen O’ Donnell and Kelly Wilson for their hard work, commitment and dedication during the season and for representing Donegal with pride.Meanwhile the U14 Ladies had a successful day at the National Blitz in Kinnegad today as they beat Galway and Down but unfortunately Westmeath topped the group as they beat Donegal by 4pts. A good weekend was had by all and we congratulate the girls on their fine performances throughout the Season. A big thank you to their management team of Dermott Foy, Karen Houston and Pauric Mc Croary and team medics Fionnuala Gillespie and Martina Mc Gee. The girls will have a well deserved break from county football over the summer months but preparation is already underway for development squads which will start in September. DONEGAL LADIES GAA: MINORS LOST OUT IN ULSTER FINAL – U-14s IMPRESS IN BLITZ was last modified: May 20th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:DONEGAL LADIES GAA: MINORS LOST OUT IN ULSTER FINAL – U-14s IMPRESS IN BLITZ