PCCL NCR Qualifiers Day One: CDSL trounces JRU, UP holds off PATTS

first_imgFour players were in double figures for the Seahorses, led by Louis Capindig with 16, but their efforts were not enough to get the win.NCR Qualifiers action continue tomorrow with another doubleheader featuring PATTS and San Sebastian in the first game, and Colegio de San Lorenzo battling it out with St. Clare College of Caloocan.Catch all of the excitement LIVE via Facebook.com/PCCLeague beginning at 1:00PM. ADVTADVERTISEMENT Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense Colegio de San Lorenzo had no problems as the visiting team when they handily defeated the host school Jose Rizal University, 83-58, in the opening contest of the 2017-18 Philippine Collegiate Champions League National Capital Regional Qualifiers on Monday, January 15.ADVERTISEMENT Arum targeting Crawford-Horn card in April for Pacquiao return OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson 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 Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours LATEST STORIES Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew The Griffins went on a blistering 28-6 scoring run in the third quarter and never looked back to take control of the ball game, silencing the partisan JRU crowd. Soulemane Chabi yo did much of the heavy lifting for CDSL, tallying 28 points on 9-for-17 shooting from the field. The big man also hauled in 16 rebounds while dishing out four assists.JRU, playing without their main gunner Teytey Teodoro, struggled to find their groove offensively, recording only eight assists compared to CDSL’s 25. Michael Jhon Perez was the only player in double figures for the Heavy Bombers with 14 points.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkIn the second game, the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons notched their first win in the NCR Qualifiers by downing PATTS Seahorses, 84-79.Juan Gerardo Gomez de Liano was the big difference for UP. The gunslinger erupted from three-point distance, going 8-for-13 en route to a game-high 28 markers. The other de Liano, Javier Gomez, likewise got in the scoring act by chipping in 15 points of his own. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ View commentslast_img read more

Thank You, Lord, for Your Blessings

first_imgYesterday, Liberians gathered in their numbers in their various places of worship and in the street to express how grateful they are to the Almighty God for the manifold blessings He continues to bestow upon them and their nation.The day was declared National Thanksgiving Day in a Proclamation by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and was observed throughout Liberia as a national holiday.The President, in her Proclamation, called upon all Liberians and foreign residents, clergymen and women and all religious organizations to gather in their places of worship to give thanks and praises to the Almighty God that His mercies may continuously rest upon Liberia as a nation and upon all Liberians.Christians, adhering to the President’s request, gathered in churches and on the streets to thank God for keeping them alive and for “carrying Liberia through the Ebola crisis,” even though the country is yet to be declared Ebola-free by the World Health Organization (WHO).The Liberian leader, who is also a Christian, joined her fellow Methodists at a thanksgiving service, held at her church, the First United Methodist Church on Ashmun Street.President Sirleaf, who did not give any formal remarks during the service, was, however, seen during the service giving thanks and asking God to continually bestow His blessing upon the land.   Liberia’s Ambassador to the US, Mr. Jeremiah C. Sulunteh, a Christian, too, told the Daily Observer in a text message: “There is a time for everything. Today is Thanksgiving Day in Liberia and I want to join all Liberians in giving thanks to God for the positive trend now in our fight against the Ebola virus.”Other group of Christians gathered before the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where President Sirleaf has her offices. They shouted, sang and praised God.The same group, who wore the bold letter inscription on their T-shirts: “THIS NONSENSE MUST BE STOPPED IN JESUS NAME,” also moved before the main entrance of the Capitol Building, which faces the back of the Executive Mansion.They again sang songs of praises to God and prayed that He would continually shower His peace and blessings on the nation. The leader of the group specifically told his followers to mention in their prayers, the Executive Mansion, Capitol Building, Temple of Justice and Liberian National Police Headquarters in their prayers. All of these strategic buildings are located within the same vicinity.One of worshipers told our reporter that the Ebola epidemic was one of the “nonsenses” that they want stopped immediately.Before the Capitol Building, they raised high the nation’s flag as they prayed for divine intervention in the domestic affairs of the land. The worshippers also held flags of the counties, too.18th Street Calvary BaptistOne of our reporters caught up with the senior pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church on 18th Street after his thanksgiving service.Pastor G. Larque Vaye urged Liberians not to only remember God during calamity, but also when they are in good time. He told the Daily Observer that Liberians need to live at all times to reflect the image of God and not to draw closer only when they are in hardship or calamity as the case is with Ebola.He described this year’s Thanksgiving Day a special one for the fact that those alive have been spared through the mercy of God as Ebola rages and claims lives in the country.Victory Healing and Deliverance MinistriesAt the Victory Healing and Deliverance Ministries in Caldwell, Rev. Mother Deborah J. Moore urged every Liberian to pray for God’s healing power to touch those affected by the deadly Ebola scourge. “We, the children of God, need to pray for His mercy to rescue our brothers and sisters who are sick in various ETUs,” she prayed.She said God is the Hope for the hopeless. While urging Christians to give thanks and praises to God without ceasing, she beseeched God to comfort Liberians, who have lost relatives to the virus. Body of Christ Evangelistic MinistriesAt the Body of Christ Evangelistic Ministries in the Stephen Tolbert Estate, along Somalia Drive, Pastor Paul S. Pauluma urged all Liberians to continue practicing the preventive measures put in place by the Government through the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in order to stop the Ebola spread in the country.Pastor Pauluma cautioned Liberians to put aside the early celebration of reports of reduction in Ebola cases, and enforce the precautionary measures in combating the killer disease.Speaking of healing prayers, laying of hands on the sick, he warned all religious leaders to be very careful and stop laying hands on sick people, as the religious leaders just don’t know which one of the sick persons has the virus.“God has many ways to heal people, not only by touching the sick.  We should stop putting God to test by laying hands on the sick.”At the St. Stephen Episcopal Church, the Rev. Fr. Richard Kpehe noted that many of Liberia’s friends who have benefited from the nation’s resources, are now deserting Liberians because of the virus.  But when Ebola is no longer here, they will come running back to undertake more exploitation of the nation’s resources.He, however, urged parishioners to continue to trust God and He WILL deliver Liberia from this deadly virus.  Liberians should, in all circumstances, continue to praise God for, Fr. Kpehe declared, “when praises go up,” and the congregation joyfully joined him in the answer: “blessings come down!”    About the Thanksgiving DayIt was in 1883 that the National Legislature, in session, enacted a statute declaring the first Thursday in November of each year as National Thanksgiving Day. This came after the nation had gone through some rough times.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Duazon Gets ‘City Status’ Today

first_imgMargibi County’s Districts # 5 and 1 Representatives J. Emmanuel Nuquay and Roland Opee CooperAn act to create the City of Duazon in Margibi County to be second to the city of Kakata is expected to be approved today, Thursday, May 25, by members of the House of Representatives, Margibi County District # 1 Representative Roland Opee Cooper has disclosed.Rep. Cooper is the chief sponsor of the Act, titled, “The Duazon City Corporation”Reports said House Speaker J. Emmanuel Nuquay, who is also Margibi County District # 5 Representative, is one of the co-sponsors.More than 40 Representatives, who are supposedly members of the “Pro-Nuquay Block” are also supporting the passage of the draft law.The draft law seeks to organize and consolidate several scattered communities, including the R2 Community, Duazon Community, Boys Town Junction Community, and others, to form a single corporate entity for the purpose of integrating resources for their enhancement, development and socio-economic empowerment.In an interview with journalists, Rep. Cooper said the draft law should have been enacted on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, but the rigmarole in the Legislative procedures caused the bill to be forwarded to the Committees on Judiciary and Ways, Means, Finance and Development Planning; and Lands, Mines & Resources Planning to assess and advice Plenary on Thursday, May 25.“With the massive support from colleagues, the bill will be passed Thursday, May 25,” he said.During Tuesday’s session, which marked the 33rd day sitting, upon the reading of the “Act to create the City of Duazon,” Montserrado County District # 6 Representative Acarous M. Gray proffered that the reading should be accepted as the second and third readings and be considered to pass into law by the House’s Plenary.After about 40 minutes of disagreement of adhering to the House’s Rules and Procedures on the Introduction of Draft Law, Rep. Gray reinstated the motion to forward the act to the Joint Committee and advice Plenary on Thursday, May 25.“The community has about 35,000 inhabitants who have seen the need to organize themselves to form a single entity that will enhance their growth and social and economic development,” Rep. Cooper said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Fatal accident on Highway 29 south of Chetwynd

first_imgOne person is dead after a vehicle collision Sunday morning on Highway 29 south of Chetwynd.The Tumbler Ridge News reports a single vehicle accident Sunday morning left one person dead after his vehicle left the road near Meikle Creek on Highway 29.The pickup truck failed to negotiate a left turn on the highway and the driver was ejected from the truck and pronounced dead on the scene. The driver was the sole occupant and was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash.- Advertisement -The Tumbler Ridge News says the name of the deceased is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. The cause of the accident is still under intvestigation.Anyone with information is asked to call Chetwynd RCMP at 250-788-9221, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.last_img

Lukaku sends Inter top after racist abuse at Cagliari

first_imgThe 26-year-old Belgian international angrily looked towards the stands before confidently converting his second goal in as many games, which came after Lautaro Martinez’s 28th minute opener for the Antonio Conte’s side and Joao Pedro’s leveller for the hosts four minutes after the break.Lukaku was quickly surrounded by his teammates as Inter won their second from two league matches to sit ahead of champions Juventus, who also are on maximum points following their thrilling 4-3 win over Napoli on Saturday.Racist chanting has dogged Italian stadia in recent years, with Italy striker Moise Kean also the victim of similar abuse — alongside teammate Blaise Matuidi — at Cagliari after he scored a goal there for his former team Juventus last April.Kalidou Koulibaly was showered with monkey chants last season by Lukaku’s new fans at the San Siro, while several other black players have been targeted.“I didn’t hear (the chants),” said Conte.“I can speak however in general: I think we need to improve in Italy, respect everyone.“When I was working abroad, the fans would cheer on their own team, not spend their entire time insulting the opponent. I was fine here, noone insulted me.”Torino are right alongside Inter and local rivals Juve after shocking Atalanta 3-2, while Lazio missed the chance to keep the pace with that trio after drawing an eventful Rome derby 1-1.Aleksandar Kolarov put Roma ahead in the 17th minute against the run of play with a well-taken penalty, but Luis Alberto grabbed the equaliser just before the hour mark to leave Paulo Fonseca without a win as new Roma boss.– ‘Extraordinary show’ –Lazio missed several chances to seal a second win from their two opening games, hitting the woodwork four times with Roma rattling the frame of the goal twice. The hosts’ biggest regret was Manuel Lazzari’s 92nd-minute strike being ruled out for offside.AS Roma’s Aleksandar Kolarov (R) scores a penality against Lazio at the Olympic stadium in Rome. © AFP / Tiziana FABI“There’s a bit of bitterness. We had 21 shots on goal, hit the woodwork four times and a goal ruled out,” said Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi.“We had so many chances and you have to win games like that.”“We offered an extraordinary show for the public, and a great thrill for me as a coach, at my first Rome derby,” said Fonseca.The derby took place amid heightened security after the murder of former Lazio ultras chiefs Fabrizio Piscitelli, nicknamed “Diabolik”, who was shot dead in the capital last month.Piscitelli was for almost 30 years the boss of Lazio’s hardcore Irriducibili (“Die Hards”) fan group, which is notorious for its far-right politics.Lazio fans unfurled a banner in his honour before the match with “Rest in peace Fabrizio”.Torino are also on maximum points after their comeback win at Atalanta, who qualified for this season’s Champions League by finishing third last season.Kevin Bonifazi had put Torino ahead after 24 minutes before Duvan Zapata’s double either side of the break for Atalanta.But Alex Berenguer got Torino back level on 57 minutes with Armando Izzo nodding in the winner on 66 minutes.Fiorentina fell to their second straight defeat 2-1 at Genoa, as did Sampdoria who were hammered 4-1 at Sassuolo thanks to a Domenico Berardi hat-trick scored in 14 first-half minutes.0Shares0000(Visited 38 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Romelu Lukaku scored the winner for Inter Milan despite racist chanting in Cagliari © AFP / Miguel MEDINAMILAN, Italy, Sep 2 – Italian football was involved in another racism storm on Sunday as Romelu Lukaku was targeted by monkey chants before putting Inter Milan top of Serie A with the winning penalty in their 2-1 triumph at Cagliari.Lukaku — a 65 million euros summer signing from Manchester United– was preparing to take the spot-kick in the 71st minute in Sardinia when the racist chants came from the crowd that continued for several seconds.last_img read more

Chelsea fans react to UNBELIEVABLE signing rumour!

first_imgLiverpool’s third-choice striker Rickie Lambert has sensationally been linked with Chelsea, as a replacement for out-of-contract Didier Drogba. The newly-crowned Premier League champions are considering replacing 37-year-old Drogba, and according to the Mirror a candidate to succeed the Ivorian is a player who struggles to make Liverpool’s starting 11.With two goals in 16 league games (six starts) for the Reds so far this season, it’s understandable that a few eyebrows have been raised about Lambert stepping in to the boots of four-time title winner and Champions League hero Drogba.But when you consider that the Drog has netted just four goals in 20 Premier League games (seven starts), perhaps it’s not beyond the realms of possibility, particularly if Financial Fair Play is taken into account.Then again, Patrick Bamford might feel a little hard done by!Here’s how Chelsea fans have been reacting to the rumour… 1last_img read more

Sharp divisions over L.A.’s influence in Iran

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2But while Iranian media here jockey for the funds, Iran watchers and influential expatriates elsewhere assert that the Los Angeles community is all but irrelevant to happenings back home. If Iranians here are out of touch, it’s partly because they’ve been busy becoming successful Americans. With thousands of doctors, lawyers and prominent businessmen, Iranians comprise one of the country’s most affluent immigrant communities. That, say some in Los Angeles, is itself a powerful advertisement for democracy to Iranians back home. In Los Angeles, Iranians tend to be spread out in exclusive areas such as Santa Monica and Beverly Hills, without the kind of commercial center that many immigrants groups develop. Iranians started coming in large numbers after 1979, when an Islamic revolution toppled the U.S.-friendly shah. Today there are more than 160,000 Californians of Iranian descent statewide, according to U.S. Census data, the majority in the Los Angeles area. Many expatriates in Los Angeles believe that an opposition leader capable of toppling Iran’s entrenched government could emerge from their community. They look to the recent example of Ahmed Chalabi, a leader in the Iraqi exile community who provided intelligence to U.S. officials before the invasion – information that was later discredited. Zia Atabay says his satellite TV station is just a few megabytes away from igniting a powerful opposition to the Islamic government in Iran, the homeland he fled more than two decades ago that has since developed nuclear ambitions. So the former Iranian pop singer who wears neatly pressed suits was ecstatic when the Bush administration asked Congress for $75 million to promote Iranian democracy through broadcasting. Others who regularly lob rhetorical bombs from Los Angeles – a city with a cottage industry of TV stations focused on regime change in Tehran and enough expatriates to have earned the nickname “Tehrangeles” – also thought their break had come. Extra money would let them boost programming and buy stronger signals. “The U.S. government could just help us until Iran is free,” said Atabay, president of National Iranian Television, as he sat in his station’s plush suburban offices. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

ATHLETICS: ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE RAMELTON SCOIL MHUIRE 5K

first_imgMICHAEL Black was in top form last night, winning the Scoil Mhuire Ramelton 5k last night.Find out where you came below:Ramelton ,Scoil Mhuire 5K 2013 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 636 16.04 Michael Black SM Letterkenny A C2 710 17.20 Pauric Breslin SM Individual3 653 17.24 Barry Coyle SM Individual 4 648 17.28 Davy Gallagher SM Letterkenny A C5 623 17.34 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C6 643 17.40 Niall Barry M40+ Letterkenny A C7 604 18.05 Paul Dillon SM 24/7 Triathlon8 672 18.14 Joe Gallagher SM Individual 9 626 18.23 Darren Price SM Individual10 631 18.25 Mark McPaul JM Individual11 737 18.32 Callum Boyce SM Individual12 77 18.33 Eoin Kelly Walker Individual 13 724 18.34 Stewart McGee SM Individual14 705 18.43 Damien McBride SM Milford A C15 670 18.44 David Gordon SM Individual16 665 19.01 Ben George SM Letterkenny A C17 658 19.04 Gerard McGettigan M50+ Milford A C18 726 19.13 Seamus Nallen SM Individual19 677 19.14 Curley Coyle SM Individual20 620 19.15 James Gibbons M50+ Milford A C21 718 19.17 P J Haganb SM Individual22 719 19.23 Garvin Patterson SM Individual23 640 19.25 Paul Shields SM Individual24 720 19.31 Adrian Herrity SM Individual25 669 19.44 Cathal Morrison SM Individual26 87 19.49 Evan Hewitt Walker Individual27 644 19.49 Irene McFadden SW Letterkenny A C28 635 20.09 Ray McGrory SM Milford A C29 638 20.11 Manus Peoples M50+ Individual11 June 2013 Page 1 of 11Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club30 639 20.19 Sinead Peoples SW Individual31 608 20.21 Gerard Dorrian M50+ Individual32 108 20.30 Patrick McFadden Walker Individual33 683 20.40 Mark McDaid SM Individual34 686 20.41 Adrian Gill M40+ Individual35 222 20.50 Ronan Boyce Walker Individual36 728 20.50 Noel Lynch M40+ Letterkenny A C37 723 20.54 Fergal O’Gara SM Individual38 93 20.56 Raymond Boyce Walker Individual39 89 20.57 Heather Mc Laughlin Walker Individual40 615 21.02 Vinnie Pyper SM Individual41 731 21.05 Aidan O’Donnell SM Individual42 624 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Gallagher Walker Individual238 166 41.48 Jonnie McGroarty Walker Individual239 619 41.49 Deirdre McGabhann SW Individual240 230 41.50 Nicola Irwin Walker Individual241 70 42.08 Marie Mac Eabhann Walker Individual242 270 42.08 Grace Pyper Walker Individual243 271 42.09 Kathleen Herrity Walker Individual244 113 42.18 Ruth Ferry Walker Individual245 97 42.20 Christine Stewart Walker Individual246 133 42.21 kathleen McFadden Walker Individual11 June 2013 Page 8 of 11Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club247 165 42.24 Ciara McGrory Walker Individual248 168 42.24 Helen Shiels Walker Individual249 167 42.49 Ann Patterson Walker Individual250 196 42.50 Aine Patterson Walker Individual251 143 42.56 Jamie Magee Walker Individual252 71 43.08 Kevin Coffey Walker Individual253 78 43.12 Susie Diver Walker Individual254 79 43.15 Molly Diver Walker Individual255 197 43.16 Michelle Patterson Walker Individual256 135 43.17 Emma McFadden Walker Individual257 111 43.18 Jackie Callan Walker Individual258 35 43.35 Anne McCluskeey Walker Individual259 294 43.37 Celine Callaghan Walker Individual260 237 43.38 Lorna Mc Daid Walker Individual261 241 43.40 Molly Muir Walker Individual262 139 43.41 Lelishe McGarvey Walker Individual263 142 43.42 Ursula McGarvey Walker Individual264 210 43.43 June Love Walker Individual265 211 44.42 Jean Lockhart Walker Individual266 242 44.42 Maura Muir Walker Individual267 186 44.44 Anthony Mc Fadden Walker Individual268 173 44.44 Maureen Doherty Walker Individual269 172 44.46 Peter Doherty Walker Individual270 280 44.47 Owen Sheehy Walker Individual271 66 45.07 Teresa Mc Cahill Walker Individual272 88 45.08 John Diver Walker Individual273 116 45.10 Ally O’ Toole Walker Individual274 115 45.31 Cormac O’ Toole Walker Individual275 295 45.32 Aoife Callaghan Walker Individual276 293 45.33 Mary Callaghan Walker Individual277 118 45.38 Kevin Haughey Walker Individual11 June 2013 Page 9 of 11Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club278 76 45.53 Sara McGee Walker Individual279 153 45.53 Mark Friel Walker Individual280 231 45.55 Charlene Doherty Walker Individual281 205 46.01 Mary English Walker Individual282 204 46.01 Siobhan Mc Laughlin Walker Individual283 50 46.14 Emma McBride Walker Individual284 51 46.14 Catherine Grier Walker Individual285 229 46.46 Rory Pyper Walker Individual286 228 46.46 Amber Amber Walker Individual287 75 46.47 Chris mcGee Walker Individual288 149 46.50 Maureen O’ Connor Walker Individual289 72 46.51 Veronica Coffey Walker Individual290 124 46.55 Kathleen Toland Walker Individual291 107 46.55 Marie Sweeney Walker Individual292 150 47.40 Patricia Black Walker Individual293 140 47.40 Amanda McGarvey Walker Individual294 22 47.42 Miriam Duffy Walker Individual295 158 48.26 Stephen Connolly Walker Individual296 141 48.35 Noah McGarvey Walker Individual297 248 48.36 Claire Durning Walker Individual298 30 49.04 Owen Murray Walker Individual299 25 49.09 Torin Laszcsciw Walker Individual300 178 49.13 Thomas Boyle Walker Individual301 85 49.22 Rebecca Friel Walker Individual302 86 49.22 Orla Boyle Walker Individual303 198 49.29 Gerard Gildea Walker Individual304 130 49.30 Eileen Boyce Walker Individual305 190 49.31 Norma Wilson Walker Individual306 32 49.32 Angela Murray Walker Individual307 284 49.36 Erin Pyper Walker Individual308 246 49.40 Katie Duffy Walker Individual11 June 2013 Page 10 of 11Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club309 68 49.40 Scralet Mac Eabhann Walker Individual310 26 49.45 Yanna Laszcsciw Walker Individual311 144 49.46 Charmaine Magee Walker Individual312 21 49.46 Liam Duffy Walker Individual313 207 49.47 Sarah Mc Fadden Walker Individual314 102 49.48 Anna McFadden Walker Individual315 215 49.49 Michael Mc Fadden Walker Individual316 253 49.50 Lynn Ramsbey Walker Individual317 264 49.52 Niamh O’ Donnell Walker Individual318 239 49.53 Jordan McDaid Walker Individual319 171 50.01 James Sweeney Walker Individual320 238 50.02 Dillon McDaid Walker Individual321 103 50.03 Beth McFadden Walker Individual322 240 50.04 Peter McDaid Walker Individual323 159 50.05 Rebecca Gallagher Walker Individual324 244 50.06 Marie Duffy Walker Individual325 245 50.07 Jacqui Duffy Walker Individual326 163 50.08 Tara Sweeney Walker Individual327 201 50.10 Noreen Mills Walker IndividualTotal Runners: 32711 June 2013 Page 11 of 11ATHLETICS: ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE RAMELTON SCOIL MHUIRE 5K was last modified: June 12th, 2013 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:ATHLETICS: ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE RAMELTON SCOIL MHUIRE 5Klast_img read more

Enterprise Ireland launch competition worth €750,000 for start-ups

first_imgA Competitive Start Fund (CSF) competition worth up to €750,000 in funding from Enterprise Ireland will open for applications to early stage companies in manufacturing and internationally traded services on Wednesday 13 September 2017.This is Enterprise Ireland’s seventh Competitive Start Fund in 2017 and is open to all sectors with a focus on agricultural, manufacturing, life sciences and renewables subsectors.Up to 15 successful applicants will receive high-level business development support and an investment of up to €50,000 each. The CSF is designed to accelerate the growth of start-ups and enable companies to reach key commercial and technical milestones. Launching the CSF, An Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald TD said: “Start-up businesses offering innovative products and services are the lifeblood of the economy and Enterprise Ireland’s Competitive Start Fund injects vital early stage funding into companies who have the potential to thrive in international markets.“Now that the rates of early stage entrepreneurship in Ireland have returned to pre-recession levels, the success of start-up activity will depend on this kind of funding as well as the crucial advice, training and business introductions offered by Enterprise Ireland to successful CSF applicants.”Applications are invited from companies that are active in the relevant industrial sectors or individuals who, prior to Enterprise Ireland’s investment, are based in Ireland and have a headquarters registered here. Other criteria apply.Joe Healy, Divisional Manager, High Potential Start-Ups, Enterprise Ireland said: “A key priority for Enterprise Ireland is supporting start-ups with global ambition. We do this through funding to help get businesses off the ground while also offering valuable business support and networking opportunities. “This is our seventh CSF in 2017 and this time the Enterprise Ireland start-up team is looking for applications from start-ups working in all sectors – in particular, the areas of agritech, agribusiness, agricultural machinery, eHealth, digital health, medical devices, diagnostics and cleantech.“Since the start of the year, we’ve seen an increased number of applications to our Competitive Start Funds and we are anticipating more great, innovative ideas with global market appeal in this call”.In addition to written online applications, companies will be asked to prepare an online video pitch. The fund will close for applications at 3pm on Wednesday 27 September 2017.Full details are available at www.enterprise-ireland.com/csfEnterprise Ireland launch competition worth €750,000 for start-ups was last modified: August 30th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:competitive start fundEnterprise IrelandfundingStart upslast_img read more

John Deere and Frontier Equipment introduce TipsNotebook.com

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Customers who have their own “how-do-I-do-that” kind of questions now have a convenient, trustworthy, one-stop resource for the answers. John Deere and Frontier Equipment have launched a new website, TipsNotebook.com, offering more than 45 helpful articles and videos on how to tackle many of those property jobs and projects.“Go to TipsNotebook.com and you’ll find the kind of how-to information customers are really looking for,” says Scott Geier, manager, sales/marketing, John Deere. “You’ll find instructions and product information on a range of topics including gravel drives, fence building, garden building, mowing, seeding, snow removal, water control, and much, much more.”TipsNotebook.com grew out of conversations with customers about what information they really wanted when working with their equipment. Tips and ideas about ways to maintain and improve their property and get the most out of their equipment were clearly at the top of their list.“There are other places that have this kind of information,” adds Geier. “But it’s scattered across dozens of websites and it’s hard to sort. At TipsNotebook.com, project tips and solutions developed by experts are centralized, trustworthy and easy-to-find. And, we’ll be adding new tips and advice regularly.”Some tips are about seasonal chores and how to get them done a little better, a little faster, a little easier. Others are just general good advice on taking care of equipment and the land. Topics include: How to use a grooming mower. How to plant a wildflower meadow. How to maintain a gravel drive. How to use a manure spreader. How to aerate, fertilize, and over seed your lawn. How to create a large vegetable garden with a one-bottom plow. How to build a rail fence. How to use a wood chipper. How to renovate a pasture. Even How to free a tractor stuck in the mud.For more information about how to tackle just about any project the right way, contact your local John Deere dealer, or visit the new website at TipsNotebook.com.last_img read more