The Olympic Gardens Major League football team is now in mourning following the death of 18 year-old forward Okeem Forth. Forth, a student of Tivoli High School, died Friday night shortly after a Magnum/Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Major League quarter-final game against Molynes United at Constant Spring Sports Complex. It is reported that he was struck on his neck by an opponent’s elbow and was substituted. Shortly after he complained of feeling weak and was rushed to the Andrew’s Memorial Hospital on Hope Road. KSAFA’s general secretary, Dwayne Dillon, released a statement earlier today: “It is with deep regret that we advise of the sudden passing of Okeem Forth, who was a prominent member of the Olympic Gardens Football Club. Okeem played in the KSAFA/Magnum Major League quarter-finals versus Molynes United last Friday night until the 83rd minute when he was assisted off the field to receive medical attention. “After initial assessments by the team, he was rushed in an ambulance to the Andrew’s Memorial Hospital in the company of the medical doctor assigned to the game. Despite the valiant efforts by the medical team at the hospital we were sadly informed of the untimely passing of this young, talented player.” The cause of death is not yet known.
The Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS) on Tuesday last handed over ten tonnes (10,000 kg) of large-capacity test masses to its sub-office in Anna Regina, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) in order to facilitate the verification of weighbridge scales used by rice millers and other businesses in the region.At the simple ceremony, the test masses were handed over to the sub-office’s inspectors in the presence of representatives from the Rice Producers Association (RPA), the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) and staff members of the Caricom Rice Mill.GNBS Public Relations Officer Lloyd David shakes hands with Region Two GNBS Inspector Dhanpat Ramlakhan in the presence of other representatives during the handing over of the test massesIt was disclosed at the ceremony that the test masses were acquired at the cost of some $13 million.GNBS Inspector in Region Two, Dhanpat Ramlakhan said that the monitoring of rice mills, especially during the harvesting periods, ensures clarity of the weighing process. He added that this process will now be improved with the newly-acquired test masses and the difficulties of transporting masses from Georgetown to the Coast will now be a thing of the past.Meanwhile, Quality Assurance Manager of the Caricom Rice Mills, Shonellie Roberts commended the GNBS for the acquisition of the test masses and stated that the masses will facilitate impromptu and unscheduled checks of weighbridge scales used at her company and other mills on the Essequibo Coast.
FROM LEFT: Dillon Batson, Carlos Hackett and Winston RodneyThe Guyana Police Force (GPF) has issued wanted bulletins for three men accused of rape.In the first instance, 27-year-old Dillon Fitzgerald Batson of Lot 2793 Central Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden is wanted for rape committed on November 14, 2018.The second person, Carlos Hackett, is wanted for the rape of a child under 16-years-old, which occurred between June 1-30, 2017 at Wismar Housing Scheme in Linden.The third suspect, 35-year-old Winston Rodney of Pomeroon is wanted for the rape of a child under 16-years-old which occurred between July 1-31, 2019 at Lamp Island, Kwakwani.Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of the suspects are asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 226-6978, 225-8196, 226-2870, 226-7065, 227-1149, 226-7065, 911 or the nearest police station.All information will be treated with the strictest confidence.
1 Rangers legend Craig Moore has pleaded for more investment into his former club, so they stand a chance of returning to the top of Scottish and European football.Former skipper Moore won twelve major honours with Rangers including five league championships and a domestic treble in 2003.But the Aussie international defender admitted he had feared for the club’s future amid reports Rangers were taking a £10m loan from Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct just to stay in business.Moore, 39, said: “When I consider what Rangers have been through in recent years with the financial mess, the relegation and the general demise of the club, then I just hope that the club gets the investment that it desperately needs.“The club is in danger of going out of business which for me would seem unthinkable, but it could happen if they don’t sort this new financial crisis out quickly.“A proper investor with a long-term plan can not only restore Rangers to the pinnacle of Scottish football. but eventually bring back Champions League football to Ibrox.“So from where I stand at the moment I don’t care whether it is Mike Ashley, Dave King, Douglas Park or Joe Bloggs.“I’m not too bothered as long as the deal is right for the long term future of Rangers.“The priority for me is that the club is restored to the one that I love and hold so fondly,”Moore also played for Newcastle, departing in 2007, the summer Ashley took over at the Toon.Speaking to football networking site Network90, he added: “My departure had nothing to do with his arrival. I suffered some bad injuries over those two seasons and moved back to Australia with Brisbane.“At the time Newcastle United was in trouble and Ashley got the club back on its feet.” Craig Moore
Antonio Rudiger in action for Roma Roma are ready to make Antonio Rudiger’s loan move permanent – before selling him on to Chelsea for a huge profit.The 23-year-old is coming towards the end of a season-long stay in the Italian capital after being loaned out by Stuttgart.Within the deal was the option for Roma to purchase Rudiger for £7m this summer if they wanted to.And, according to Corriere dello Sport, that is exactly what the Italian side will do before immediately selling the defender on to Chelsea.The Blues are very keen on the centre-back, but cannot make a move for him because of Roma’s option to purchase the player on a permanent basis for £7m.As a result, Chelsea are prepared to wait for Rudiger to join Roma before offering around £16m to sign him up. 1
PETER MORAN SAYS that progression in the FAI Intermediate Cup means his Bonagee United players will get a chance ‘to show what they’re capable of’.Goals by Francesco Crisco and Seamus Brown fired the Dry Arch men to a 2-1 win over Fanad United at Triagh-A-Locha.They were hanging on a little in the closing stages after John McGarvey pulled one back for Fanad, just after Brown put Bonagee 2-0 up, but Moran’s side advance into the third round. “It’s fantastic for the club,” Moran said.“It puts us out there nationally now. Hopefully we will go and represent the Ulster Senior League well and do ourselves justice. It’s a platform for the players to show what they’re capable of.“We’d love to get a home tie now in the next round.”In a game of few chances, Bonagee had the edge and Moran was delighted with how his players coped. He said: “It was very windy and blow, which comes with the territory here, and we knew it would be a game of two halves. We defended superbly and kept a high line. They did the job we asked them to do.“We went to sleep and let them back into the game, but I felt that it was a fully-deserved win for us.“We were missing five players who would be pushing to start. They’ve come to play a much-improved Fanad and it’s a credit to them.”Moran hailed the impact of substitute Brown, who dinked a superb second goal for Bonagee in the 80th minute, just seconds after coming into the action.Moran said: “That’s why he played senior football. That’s why he was in England. That’s why we’ve brought him in – he can help to develop our players.” Soccer: Bonagee boss Moran hoping his team can show their capability was last modified: October 23rd, 2016 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)
The aftermath of the game has led to suggestions Real made a special effort to alter their usual game plan in order to stifle Liverpool’s attack.However, Zidane rubbished these ideas, saying that his former side always played the same way, regardless of their opponents.In an interview for the UEFA 2017/18 Champions League technical report, Zidane said: “I always remained faithful to the footballing philosophy that I had conveyed to my players, regardless of who our opponents were.“Our game was always the same, regardless of who we were facing. getty possible standings The win in Kiev marked a third Champions League title in a row for Zidane and Real Madrid 2 2 Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won smart causal Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Salah left the pitch in tears after having his Champions League final cut short Latest Football News How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insists they did not alter their game plan for Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final in May.The LaLiga giants ran out 3-1 winners in a game which saw the Reds’ star player forced off with a shoulder injury in the first-half after a clash with Sergio Ramos. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade “However, we told players about the individual characteristics of opposing players, so that they were aware of specific things that those players did.“I didn’t want to do too much of that, as I wanted my players to focus primarily on our own game.“Liverpool are a counterattacking team that do a lot of pressing and are very quick to get the ball up to their three forwards when they win possession.“They’re also a team that never give up.” RANKED Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade silverware highlights REVEALED Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more MONEY impact Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era?
A grand period property that is steeped in history has gone on the market in Castlefin, Co. Donegal for €1,200,000.The 10 bedroom Donaghmore House is now for sale and is a picture-perfect place for history lovers and hotel developers. Sweep through the classic rooms in this video from selling agents Sherry FitzGerald Rainey and try not to imagine yourself living the high life within the grand interiors.Donaghmore House was built in the 1800s and comprises of a three storey Victorian house (with a basement). It is set among 90 acres of land with a detached cast iron conservatory, two gate lodges, walled gardens and a range of outbuildings. Many original decorative features have been preserved in the home which boasts plenty of character.The property is a listed building under the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. It is believed that it was once the home of rectors from the Spence family, who served as ministers of the church in the late 1700s to early 1800s. Sherry FitzGerald Rainey say the present house may have been built after this time.Image: Sherry FitzGerald RaineyImage: Sherry FitzGerald RaineyImage: Sherry FitzGerald RaineyImage: Sherry FitzGerald RaineyImage: Sherry FitzGerald RaineyDonaghmore House sits on the banks of the River Finn and its proximity to the N15 road means there is business potential for a hotel or other uses. The outbuildings too can be converted to residential or commercial use.What would you do with a property like this? Read the full listing here on http://www.sherryfitz.ie/residential/for-sale/73328WATCH: This splendid historical gem could be yours for €1.2million was last modified: September 4th, 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:propertySherry Fitzgerald Rainey
The Patrick Gildea team have celebrated an incredible year in the Centre of Excellence with a stylish party and a special presentation to a valued colleague.The multi award winning salon let loose and took some time to savour their success this year at the beautiful Castle Grove Country House Hotel.Irish Hairdressing Federation Icon Patrick pulled out all the stops and treated his talented team to a wonderful evening filled with fabulous food, entertainment and of course great company in gorgeous surroundings. The night was filled with fun, laughter and reflection on what has been a very special year – where the salon was recognised for its Customer Service with two awards and winning “Best Salon in Ireland” for the third year in a row – 2015, 2016 and 2017. One of the highlights of the night was a special presentation to Artistic Director Noreen Gallagher who has been part of the Patrick Gildea Hairdressing Family for twenty years. Noreen Gallagher and Patrick GildeaCommenting Patrick said “I have had the privilege of working with many great people over the years, some have moved on while others are still working with me today. It is a great testament to our team that we have maintained excellent working relationships and I am delighted to see so many of our team stay with us throughout their hairdressing career. “I am honoured to present Noreen, with a token to thank her for her commitment and hard work over the past twenty years. Noreen is a wonderful person, a fantastic hairdresser- who has an incredible connection with both her guests and team members and even after twenty years she has such a passion to learn embracing training with great enthusiasm and pride at all times. We are delighted to have Noreen as our Salon Ambassador.” A surprised Noreen was visibly emotional by such a heartfelt gesture and spoke candidly about her twenty very happy years as part of the Patrick Gildea Hairdressing Family- she thanked Patrick for his guidance and inspiration over the years and expressed her excitement about the future.This is just another reason why everyone talks about this award-winning salon, if you are a guest here you will be familiar with the great atmosphere from the moment you walk through the doors – there is an abundance of energy, creativity and enthusiasm and while it is so professional it is by no means daunting – you instantly feel at ease and know that you are in good hands. Congratulations to the whole team at Patrick Gildea Hairdressing, what an impressive year, we look forward to seeing what has yet to come! For more information on Patrick Gildea Hairdressing see www.patrickgildea.ie or www.facebook.com/patrickgildeahairdressingGreat glamour as Patrick Gildea Hairdressing Team celebrates special year was last modified: October 6th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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)
A little over an hour into Eureka’s home match against Arcata on Tuesday night, the Loggers appeared to be in complete control. After winning the first two sets the Loggers, amid a fuller-than-usual Jay Willard Gymnasium on what was Eureka’s senior night, were all smiles and high-fives. Up 12-7 in the third set Eureka girls volleyball team had to simply close out the frame to secure an outright Big 5 Conference title.An hour later it was the Tigers who were all smiles after an improbable …