Oilers players celebrate as they remain the only unbeaten side in the league so far.LPRC Oilers have extended their lead atop of the Liberia Football Association (LFA)-Orange First Division League to five points after trashing FC Fassell 8-0 on match day-12 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS).Hattricks from Varney Sando and Terry Sackor, plus a lone goal apiece from Dominic Jarteh and Stanley Whitfield were the ones who decided the pace of the day.Striker Jarteh scored the opener in the 20th minute after cleverly beating FC Fassell goalkeeper to roll the ball in the empty goalpost, thanks to Sidiki Kromah’s assist. Later in the 33rd minute, Terry Sackor scored his first goal after perfectly converting an assist from Jarteh. The goals kept raining a Varney Sando fired home a stunner from outside the 18-yard box, followed by Sackor’s second goal at the brink of the halftime whistle.After the halftime break, Sando completed his hat trick after slotting home his last two goals in the 71st and 72nd minutes. Substitute Stanley Whitfield added his name on the score sheet in the 76th minute, before Jarteh scored his final goal, completing his hat trick in the 87th minute.LPRC remain unbeaten in the league after they won nine and drew three of their 12 league games.In other results, Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) also collected a huge win after thrashing Keitrace FC 5-1 in the first match at the ATS to remain third on the table. BYC are leveled on points with LISCR FC.LISCR FC were held at the Nancy B. Doe Stadium after NPA Anchors came from behind twice to salvage a 2-2 draw.Earlier at the Nancy B. Doe, Watanga FC secured a 2-1 win against Small Town FC, while Monrovia Club Breweries and Nimba United settled to a 1-1 draw. Nimba FC failed to collect a single point in another away match after losing 2-1 against Jubilee FC.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Contraband items unearthed.A search conducted at the New Amsterdam Prison on Saturday morning unearthed a number of contrabands and other prohibited items.According to information received, the raid was conducted by the ranks of the Guyana Prison Service (GPS) and the Guyana Police Force (GPF) where five grams of marijuana, five cellular phones and a number of improvised weapons, lighters and phone chargers were discovered.Less than one month ago, it was reported that officers had unearthed some 146 ziploc bags containing marijuana and over forty prohibited items from the Prison during an impromptu search of the dwellings.Full details of this and other stories can be found in your Sunday, August 19, 2018 edition of the Guyana Times Newspaper.
In addition, an Eco-Depot release says here in Fort St. John only they will also be accepted for curbside pickup.- Advertisement -However, they must be put in a reusable box and placed beside the blue bags used for the curbside recycling collection service.The release says all colors of glass bottles and jars will be accepted but you should ensure they are clean and free of food residue, with the lids and labels removed.The Eco-Depot also says, at this time, glass will not be accepted at the unmanned recycling bin sites, because it is working on developing an alternative collection method, to reduce contamination.More more information you can go to the Eco-Depot website www.ecodepotrecycling.com or you can call 250-785-0300.Advertisement Beginning the first of April, recycling depots in this region will once again be accepting glass food containers.
0Shares0000The “Flying Singh” who retired on the belated KMSC round in Lisa had to contend with playing second fiddle to Carl “Flash” Tundo who stretched his lead on the KNRC log to 118points.MOMBASA, Kenya, Aug 12- Baldev Chager emerged the winner on the sixth round of the Kenya National Rally Championship (KNRC) in Kilifi County ending months of a winless streak.The “Flying Singh” who retired on the belated KMSC round in Lisa had to contend with playing second fiddle to Carl “Flash” Tundo who stretched his lead on the KNRC log to 118points. Chager and his partner Ravi Soni clung to second spot on 96. Skoda Fabia R5 speedster Onkar Rai came in second overall as Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X ace Tundo settled for third navigated by Tim Jessop.Onkar remains in a distant third on 79 points.Chager was all smiles after victory and this is what he had to say: “The course was very challenging today due to the harsh weather. I am very happy and proud of my team as well as myself.”“This is a big win for me and the team since this is the first win that I have had a win since 2016 in Kisumu. I hope to do even better at the next rally which will be in Nanyuki.”Izhar Mirza won the Johnny Hellier Memorial trophy as the best placed coast driver in fifth spot.Farhaaz continued with a good run with a 100% finish record whilst homeboy Sohanjeet Puee won division two in eighth as physically challenged driver Nikhil Sachania finished 9th on his Mombasa debut driving a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X.Asked about the MMC round Chager said: “The rally was a good challenge a nice mix of surfaces and all sorts of weather too. Job well done by MMC. Twisty stages suited the Skoda very well and we knew that from the recce it would be hard to beat in those conditions.”“Only chances were the open stages and that’s where we tried to push harder and it worked. Very good battle with my team mate Onkar. Looking forward to Nanyuki next month.”Subaru crew of Eriv Bengi and Tuta Mionki finished 4th overall, first in Group N and Division One in the tough yet very exciting MMC rally.Provisional results:Baldev Chagger/Ravi Soni-Mitsubishi Evo10 01.54.03.002.Onkar Rai/Gavin Laurence-Skoda Fabia 01.54.31.003.Carl Tundo/Tim Jessop-Mitsubishi Evo10 02.02.12.004.Eric Bengi/Tuta Mionki-Subaru Impreza N12 02.03.13.005.Izhar Mirza/Kavit Dave-Mitsubishi Evo10 02.10.03.009.Nikhil Sachania/Alfir Khan-Mitsubishi Evo10 02.34.55.00KNRC STANDINGS AFTER MMC MOMBASA RALLY ROUND 4Carl Tundo 118Baldev Chagger 96Onkar Rai 79Manvir Baryan 57Farhaaz Khan 43Amaar Haq 21Aakif Virani 20Tejvir Rai 20Ian Duncan 180Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)
2 The striker – affectionately known as ‘El Nino’ – immediately hit the ground running and proved he was worth the money, finishing the 2007/08 season with 24 league goals, beaten only by Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo.During his three-and-a-half seasons at Anfield, Torres scored 81 goals in 142 appearances and was placed at number five in a list of the club’s greatest no.9s, by the official Liverpool website, before making a British record £50m switch to Chelsea in January 2011.The European and World Cup winner has since returned to boyhood club Atletico after a brief stint with Italian giants AC Milan in 2014. 2 On this day in 2007, Liverpool signed Fernando Torres.It may have ended in tears, but Liverpool landed the coup of the summer when Rafael Benitez splashed out a then club record fee, believed to be £20m, for Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres.The Reds had been linked with a new striker for months following the acquisition of the club by American businessmen Tom Hicks and George Gillett earlier in the year, with the pair promising to spend big during the summer months.Despite initially being linked with a big money move for then-Charlton striker Darren Bent, Benitez revealed that he was chasing Atletico hitman Torres, a story that gathered pace after Torres revealed the words ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ on the inside of his captain’s armband in a match against Real Sociedad.After weeks of negotiations, Liverpool managed to strike a club record deal for the Spanish international – thought to be worth around £20m – which also included Kop attacker Luis Garcia heading in the opposite direction. Rafa Benitez and Fernando Torres
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Raptors 129, Knicks 103: Jalen Rose had a season-high 31 points and host Toronto set a franchise scoring record, ending New York’s six-game winning streak. Morris Peterson added a season-best 28 points and Chris Bosh had 23 for the Raptors, who surpassed their previous mark of 128 points done twice. They last did it March 13, 2005, against Philadelphia. Trail Blazers 89, Cavaliers 87: Ruben Patterson and Zach Randolph each had 16 points and seven rebounds and Portland edged visiting Cleveland. LeBron James had 29 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists for the Cavaliers, who lost their fourth straight. Mike Bibby finished his career-high 42 points with two clinching free throws with 0.4 seconds left, and the Sacramento Kings held off the visiting Orlando Magic 104-100 Sunday night in a meeting of seriously short-handed teams. Bibby and Brad Miller were the Kings’ only healthy regular starters, but the point guard and his center still carried Sacramento to its 11th straight home victory over the Magic. Miller had 21 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists, scoring nine points in the fourth and hitting a crucial 3-pointer with 2:16 to play. Bibby, battling through tight defense and visibly favoring his hip after a late-game collision, had another superb shooting performance when the Kings needed it most. He put Sacramento in control with 15 points in the third quarter, hitting three 3-pointers while the Kings took a 14-point lead.
SACRAMENTO – Frustrated that presidential candidates have spent so little time in California, the Assembly on Tuesday approved legislation to change how the state awards its electoral votes for president. The bill – approved 49-31 in the Assembly, mostly along party lines – would pledge California’s 55 Electoral College votes to the winner of the national popular vote, a system critics called an attempt to circumvent the U.S. Constitution. If the bill, AB 2948, became law in California, it would take effect only if states with a combined total of 270 electoral votes – the number now required to win the presidency – also agreed to decide the election by popular vote. The interstate compact the Assembly authorized is part of a national campaign launched in February by a Los Altos nonprofit group to change the way the nation picks a president. “The Constitution of the United States was very specific that every state shall have a republican form of government,” said Assemblyman Chuck Devore, R-Irvine. “It’s not a direct democracy. Direct democracies were probably seen by the Founding Fathers as unstable.” Instead, Devore said California should consider apportioning its electoral votes by congressional district, an approach the Assembly has previously rejected as a partisan move to split California’s votes. A compact agreement would require California to give its electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote regardless of which presidential candidate the state voters select. Critics said a popular vote system would send presidential candidates only to the most populous areas, shutting out rural America. “I don’t want a candidate to go to 10 to 12 big urban centers and walk away with the presidency,” said Assemblyman Mike Villines, R-Fresno. Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has not taken a position on the bill, spokesman Darrel Ng said. Democrats said the votes shouldn’t fall along party lines. A committee analysis shows Democrat John Kerry would have won the presidency in 2004 if he had won Ohio, which he lost by about 118,000 votes to President George W. Bush, who got 2.8 million more votes nationwide. Under the compact, California’s electoral college votes would have gone to Bush in that case, they said. The Colorado Senate in April voted to ratify the compact. The proposal also is being considered in New York, Louisiana, Illinois and Missouri.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2“Presidential candidates would have to come to California because of our population, and they would have to take a position on issues that we care about,” Assemblyman Tom Umberg, D-Santa Ana, said on the Assembly floor. The Constitution requires each state to select its own Electoral College delegates in presidential races. California currently awards its votes based on the state popular vote, as do most other states. Backers of the compact say presidential candidates should be forced to campaign before all voters, not just those in so-called battleground states, such as Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida. In 2004, California voters cast more than 10 percent of the nation’s votes for president, but major presidential or vice-presidential candidates visited the state just twice in the last month of the campaign, according to a committee analysis of the bill. Republican opponents called the compact an end run around the U.S. Constitution.
Creeslough man John Downey has been refused bail in the High Court in Belfast.The 67-year-old is charged murdering two British soldiers in 1972 must remain in custody. Downey was refused bail amid fears he could flee before any trial for the car bomb attack which killed Ulster Defence Regiment members Alfred Johnston and James Eames in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh.Mr Justice Horner cited the “real and substantial risk” he could attempt to abscond.The judge said: “Given the applicant’s age, if convicted he may well remain in custody until his death.“He does not enjoy good health, and any period of custody will be onerous.”Downey is facing prosecution after losing a battle against being extradited from the Republic of Ireland.He was detained in October 2018 under a European Arrest Warrant, exhausting all appeals before handing himself in to the authorities earlier this month.Lance Corporal Johnston and Private Eames died in an explosion on the Irvinestown Road in August 1972.They were carrying out checks on a car when a command wire initiated device was detonated, killing them instantly.The bomb went off as a truck carrying 13 off-duty soldiers approached, blowing it onto its side and injuring some of the troops inside.For full story see ….https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/soldier-murder-accused-john-downey-refused-bail-38619402.htmlJudge refuses John Downey bail saying he could die in jail if convicted was last modified: October 22nd, 2019 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:bailCreesloughJohn Downeyrefused
Letterkenny Golf Club Ladies NotesLast week’s competition, sponsored by Mourne Antiques, was won by Anne Cannon with 35 points, Vera Kearney with 34 points was runner up and Maureen Haran was 3rd with 33 points. Well played ladies.In team news, our Intermediate team, captained by Vera Kearney, had a great win against Dunfanaghy Golf Club. The next round of the Miele campaign will be played on Sunday 9th June and is also against Dunfanaghy ladies. Good luck to the team. The Centenary celebrations commenced on Friday last with the Past Captains competition. This annual celebration is a popular event when Lady Captains, spanning over sixty years, gather to play golf and enjoy a dinner and presentations. Mary Murray and Peggy Forde both won nines, Angela Kilgallen was third, Tracy Spence was second but the winner of the Centenary Past Lady Captain’s prize was Eileen Keating. In a separate scramble competition on Friday, Mary Fowley, Anna Diffley and Breege McDonagh were the winning ladies team. There was an 18 hole Centenary weekend re-entry competition run over Saturday and Sunday and this was won by Triona Daly with 39 points. Anne Condon was second with 37 points and Bridget McClafferty came 3rd with 32 points. Marian O’Sullivan and Peggy Forde each won a nine. Congratulations to all Centenary winners and well done to all those involved with the weekend celebration arrangements – it was a great tribute to all those members who are no longer with us but who were part of bringing Letterkenny Golf Club to where it is today. Many thanks to all those ground staff and volunteers who have done so much work with the course, tee boxes, bridges, clubhouse and surrounds – excellent work.The Defibrillator Fund has nearly hit its target of 250 used mobile phones but a last push will get us there. Please take a look around your house for old phones and leave them in the collection box in the Clubhouse. GOLF NEWS – CANNON BEST OF LETTERKENNY LADIES was last modified: June 3rd, 2013 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:Anne CannonLetterkenny ladies golf clubNotes
SEAN Quinn and has family have taken the blame thus far for the insurance levy every motorist has to pay because of the collapse of Quinn Insurance.But a Donegal TD says the real culprits lie in the Department of Finance, with Minister Michael Noonan responsible.Speaking during an Oireachtas Finance Committee meeting on the potential €1.65bn call on the Insurance Compensation Fund following the sale of Quinn Insurance Limited to Liberty Mutual last year Sinn Féin Finance spokesperson Pearse Doherty said “a catalogue of failures involving the Minister for Finance, the Department of Finance, the Central Bank and the administrators has resulted in a potential bill of €1.65bn arising from the sale of Quinn Insurance Limited to Liberty Mutual last year.” Deputy Doherty claimed: “Last September Minister Noonan rushed legislation through the Dáil to amend the Insurance Compensation Fund. At that time I warned that he was being reckless and the outcome would be bad.“It was clear then that the Government were under pressure from Liberty Mutual and IBRC to pass the legislation in advance of their High Court appearance to conclude the sale of the company.“In proposing the legislation on the Compensation Fund Minister Noonan said he was ‘satisfied that the appropriate systems and processes were sufficiently robust to ensure that the call upon the fund is kept to an absolute minimum.’ He estimated that the cost to the Fund would be in the region of €700m.“He was wrong on both counts. What ensued was a catalogue of failures involving the Minister for Finance, the Department of Finance, the Central Bank and the administrators and has resulted in a potential bill of €1.65bn arising from the sale of Quinn Insurance Limited to Liberty Mutual last year. “The Minister and his Department failed to provide adequate oversight. The Central Bank failed in their regulatory capacity. And the regulators who initially told the High Court that there would be no call on the Insurance Compensation Fund clearly failed to provide an accurate assessment of the level of risk involved.“As a result ordinary insurance policy holders will end up paying up to €1.65bn. While the primary responsibility for this mess lies with the Minister for Finance none of those bodies involved can claim to be blame free.” DONEGAL TD BLAMES NOONAN FOR QUINN INSURANCE ‘FAILURES’ was last modified: October 11th, 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 TD BLAMES NOONAN FOR QUINN INSURANCE ‘FAILURES’