Westmoreland to benefit from INSPORTS clinics

first_imgKINGSTON:The Institute of Sports’ (INSPORTS) adminis-trative team visited the Llandilo community playing field, among several others in Westmoreland, to observe the rehabilitation exercises beingcarried undertaken.This is in keeping with INSPORTS’ ongoing efforts to expand its community football development coaching clinics, where approximately 150 youngsters from neighbouring communities in Westmoreland will benefit, commencing this month.The aim of the rehabilitation project is to rid the playing fields of water log and unevenness in an effort to prevent injury to the players during the coaching clinics.Llandilo is among several playing fields currently being upgraded to host the INSPORTS All-Island Community Football Championship.”The Llandilo playing field has a lot of potential and this is a very good venture for INSPORTS to conduct,” said Everton Tomlinson, president, Westmoreland Football Association (WFA).”I’m really looking forward to seeing these programmes continue and I know the agency is working hard on many similar projects currently underway across the island,” he observed.The state agency is on a drive to establish centres within each parish to host its community football development coaching programme, in which approximately 5,500 youths will participate, with a projected 65 per cent increase in participation within a five-month period.IMPROVING FUNDAMENTALSThe coaching programme focuses on exercises geared towards improving the fundamental techniques of the game at the grass roots level. A 360-degree approach will be taken, integrating technical skills, tactical skills and fostering positive attitudes and discipline.Key facets of the training exercises include ball control, where players will be instructed in the proper techniques of foot control, chesting, heading, kicking (shooting), movement (running on and off the ball), jumping and sweeping, as well as how to receive a pass, make a pass and shoot at the goal.Focus will also be placed on developing the technical and physical ability needed to possess the ball, including skills such as marking and tackling.Players will also be exposed to team play, the rules of the game, as well as team formation and the necessary skill set associated with defence, midfield and attacking positions.”What we find is that we have many young people with the raw talent and passion for the game. However, they often lack the technical and fundamental skills needed to advance to the professional level,” noted Ian Andrews, INSPORTS’ administrative director.”INSPORTS, therefore, saw it necessary to establish this coaching clinic programme to train players at the community level in the fundamentals of the game.”What we are doing is establishing a feeder programme from the community level to the national level. When these players advance to play professionally, they would have already gained the necessary skills and expertise,” he continued.Assistant national sports coordinator for INSPORTS, Rudolph Barnes, shared similar sentiments.”You can see the difference when you look at countries like Argentina, whose players are at an advanced level. They have the knowledge of the game, which is second nature to them. This is what the agency is trying to establish as a culture in Jamaica. It starts at the community level and doing this will only put Jamaica in a more competitive position,” shared Barnes.Kevin Blake, a player from the community, was impressed.He said: “I’m really impressed with the number of activities that INSPORTS has been conducting. I want to commend the present sports minister, Olivia Grange, for encouraging the development of football and other sports within the communities.”last_img read more

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Man, 18, Allegedly Rapes Girl, 6

first_imgAn 18-year-old man accused of sexually abusing a six-year-old girl was Friday, September 19, forwarded to the Monrovia City Court for prosecution on the commission of the crime of rape.Defendant Sualiho Sheriff was said to have raped his victim (name withheld) on September 9 in the Mamba Point community, where they both live.Though he denied the claim, he was arraigned before the court, defendant Sheriff was subsequently remanded at the Monrovia Central Prison (MCP) because the act is a non-bailable offense under the Revised Penal Law.Police officers, who arrested and charged defendant Sheriff, claimed they did so based on facts gathered during investigation, statement of the victim and a medical report of the James Davis Hospital.They further claimed that the medical report showed several lacerations on the victim’s private part.Prior to the police investigation, the victim’s mother, Madam Esther Blake complained that her daughter alleged she was sexually abused by Sheriff on September 9, at about 10 a.m. in their Mamba Point community.According to her, before the act was discovered, she noticed her daughter (victim) was losing weight.Besides, Madam Blake said, her daughter complained to her about stomach pain.Due to the stomach complaint, Madam Blake said, the victim’s father also decided questioning her.The family claimed that it was during the inquiry the victim mentioned the name of the defendant.“She told us that it was defendant Sheriff who had sex with her in his (defendant) sister Makula Sheriff’s room, while we were away from the area,” Madam Blake quoted her daughter to the police.“She also informed me the incident took place during the morning hour on Tuesday, September 4, after we left her in care of the defendant’s sister, Makula,” she further quoted the victim.Madam Blake also quoted the victim as saying, “Makula also left me and my little sister in front of her room door for her to go and urinate outside the house,” adding “My daughter also told me that after Makula left the house, the defendant arrived immediately and took her in his sister’s room where he sexually abused her.”After that, Madam Blake also quoted her daughter saying, “Defendant Sheriff advised her not to tell anybody about what had happened between them.”“He also advised me that if anyone was to ask me what was happening to me, I should say it was defendant Sheriff’s older brother Abu Sheriff, who sexually abused me,” the victim is quoted.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Nimba Rep. Wants CDF Deposited Into County’s Account

first_imgNimba County District #8 Rep. Larry Younquoi-Instead of ‘Consolidated Account’The chairman on the Committee of Good Governance and Government Reform in the House of Representatives, Rep. Larry Younquoi, has suggested that the county development funds (CDF) should be deposited into the county’s account to avoid holdups in withdrawal, especially disavowals.The Nimba County District # 8 Representative told his colleagues, especially freshman lawmakers, that counties have experienced extreme headaches over the years trying to access the CDF from the consolidated account, which prevented some counties from receiving their respective CDFs, which is usually allotted in the annual budget.Speaking as one of the facilitators on the topic, ‘Decentralization, with focus on the County/Social Development Fund (C/SDF),’ on Friday, February 23, the last day of the three-day orientation for new members of the House of Representatives, Rep. Younquoi argued that some counties receive their CDFs late, for which he blamed the slow pace of  economic development projects.“I would prefer the CDF be deposited into the county’s account instead of the consolidated account to avoid the too many bureaucratic bottlenecks and strings, which mostly cause counties to not get their money on time, or not at all,” Rep. Younquoi said.At least US$200,000 is allocated annually in the national budget for each county’s development purposes, which are decided by the various county councils and implemented by the project management team (PMC).Beside the CDF, the social development fund (SDF), provided by concessionaires and companies operating in the counties, is also decided by the county councils and implemented by the PMC.Furthermore, each district in a county gets funds for legislative support projects (LSP) – at least US$50,000 – which is provided by the government through the budget.The LSP is a direct district development project identified by the district’s lawmakers (Representatives and Senators) to address crucial development needs, which are implemented by Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE).But critics contend that the money is used for ‘self-glorification projects’ by legislators, alleging that there is no accountability for the funds.A staff in the office of Rep. Younquoi told the Daily Observer yesterday, through mobile phone, that the Nimba County lawmaker is seriously considering writing a formal communication to the House’s Plenary requesting that the CDF not be in government’s consolidated account.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Lawyers to make written submissions

first_imgPresidential term limit… case adjourned to February 15Parties in the presidential term limit Constitution appeal case were on Friday ordered to have their submissions put in writing and be prepared by February 15.The case came up for hearing in the Court of Appeal before Justices Carl Singh, B S Roy and Yonette Cummings-Edwards.The constitutional challenge case was filed by Georgetown resident Cedric Richardson in February 2015.Richardson had sought the court’s interpretation of the provisions in the Constitution regarding the two term limit for Guyana’s presidency. The case, which was filed by Attorneys Emily Dodson and Shawn Allicock, on behalf of Richardson, argued that Act 17 of 2001 which was passed by a two-thirds majority in the National Assembly, unconstitutionally curtails and restricts his sovereign and democratic rights and freedom as a qualified elector to elect former President Bharat Jagdeo as the Executive President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.Richardson had contended that the limit was unconstitutional and illegal. He sought the court’s interpretation to determine whether the amendment with referendum should not have been held, instead of the two-thirds majority in the National Assembly having the powers to decide to limit the number of terms.In his July 9, 2015 ruling, then Chief Justice Ian Chang in his written ruling said that the purported alteration of Article 90 by the Act No 17 of 2001, in substance and effect, undoubtedly diminishes the democratic rights of the electorate in electing a person of their own choice as President.The court views that Act 17 of 2001 needed a referendum and is invalid and without legal effect for reason of non-compliance, the ruling stated.The Chief Justice further noted that Act 17 of 2001, which purports to alter Article 90 of the 1980 Constitution, seeks to dilute the pre-existing democratic rights of the electorate to elect a President of their choice. As such, while the Constitution provides for representative democracy, such representative democracy cannot entrench on popular sovereignty from which it derives and which is entrenched by the requirement of the referendum.”Following the ruling by the Chief Justice, the Government, led by its Attorney General Basil Williams and former National Assembly Speaker Raphael Trotman, had said that it was not satisfied with the Chief Justice’s interpretation of the Constitution and filed an appealed.On August 7, 2015, the then Solicitor General Sita Ramlall and Attorney Roysdale Forde, filed the appeal on five grounds, including that fact that the Chief Justice blundered in law.In the appeal, the Government through Ramlall contended that among other things: The Chief Justice misdirected himself in law when he ruled that the National Assembly, which passed Act No 17 of 2001 purporting to alter Article 90 of the Constitution by way of a two-thirds majority vote of all members, was unconstitutional and of no effect as it failed to comply with Article 164(2) (a).Justice Chang erred when he ruled that the purported alteration of Article 90 by Act No 17 of 2001 in substance and effect “diminishes the democratic rights of the electorate in electing a person of their own choice as President by excluding from presidential candidates citizens who have served for two terms as a President.”Justice Chang erred when he ruled that the Proviso to Article 164 (2)(b) of the Constitution affected the purported amendment to Article 90 insofar as it seeks to “trench on and dilute” the pre-existing democratic right of the electorate to elect as President a person of their own choice and is invalid and without legal effect for reason of non-compliance with Article 162 (2) (a) and or repugnancy with Article 1 and Article 9, both of which require a referendum for the amendment for any alteration.Justice Chang erred when he ruled that while the Constitution provides for representative democracy, such representative democracy cannot trench on popular sovereignty from which it derives and which is entrenched by the requirement of a referendum.Justice Chang erred in law in not satisfying himself that the court had jurisdiction to grant the reliefs sought by the plaintiff.Prior to Friday’s court proceedings, unprepared Attorney General Basil Williams had written to Chancellor of the Judiciary Carl Singh asking for the hearing to be adjourned until February. As such, when the matter was called on Friday, it was adjourned to February 15 for written submissions.last_img read more

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Santa Clarita Calendar

first_imgTuesday Health: Bereavement Support Group What: A grief support afternoon group sponsored by Kaiser Permanente meets in the second floor conference room. The group is open to the community as well as to members of Kaiser Permanente. There is no fee for attending. The groups are facilitated by trained bereavement volunteers provided by the Kaiser Permanente Hospice Department. For more caring support or information, please call the bereavement line at (818) 375-3528. Registration is not required. When: 4-5:30 p.m. Where: Santa Clarita Medical Offices, 27107 Tourney Road, Valencia Wednesday General: Weekly Networking Group What: PROS, the Santa Clarita Valley’s premier networking organization, will meet. For information, call (877) 242-9384. When: 7 a.m. Where: Mimi’s Cafe, 24201 Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia Friday Schools: Spelling bee What: SCORE! Educational Centers is holding a free spelling bee event for Santa Clarita area students, who will be asked to spell grade-appropriate words in a group setting. Prizes will be given for the best speller in each grade. For further information or to register for the event, families should call the center at (661) 284-3070 or e-mail Score_ santaclarita@kaplan.com. When: 6-8 p.m. Where: Score! Center, 25850 McBean Parkway, Santa Clarita Music: Jazz Concert What: The talented musicians of the College of the Canyons Symphonic Band & Jazz Ensemble will perform jazz standards and concert favorites during this special performance. Tickets: $5-$10. Call (661) 362-5304 or visit www.canyonspac.com. When: 8 p.m. Where: Performing Arts Center, College of the Canyons, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Valencia Saturday Music: Opera scenes at The Master’s College What: The Master’s College music department stages its annual presentation of Opera Scenes. The Saturday and Sunday performances include matinees at 2:30 p.m., with an additional evening performance on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. These performances are free of charge and open to the public. The doors open 30 minutes before each showing. Opera Scenes is an annual event at the Master’s College. Its participants perform short scenes from a variety of operas. Each opera scene is sung in English and features complete costuming and stage directions. This year’s production includes excerpts from Arthur Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance,” Gustave Charpentier’s “Louise,” Giacomo Puccini’s “Il Tabarro,” and W.A. Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro.” The Opera Scenes are under the direction of Kimberlyn Jones, who received her doctorate in opera performance from the University of Texas in Austin. All singers are students of the opera workshop class offered by Jones in the music department at The Master’s College. Local students Elissa Beckwith, Randle Rankin and Troy Rankin are among those from across the United States participating in the Opera Scenes. The performances will be held in the recital hall near the corner of Quigley Canyon Road and Placeritos Blvd. Call (661) 259-3540 or (800) 568-6248, Ext. 3180 for more information. When: 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Where: 21726 Placerita Canyon Road, Santa Clarita Sunday, March 25 Art Events: `Match & Marry,’ a documentary film What: This documentary sneak preview of Match & Marry provides a fresh look at the ancient Orthodox Jewish tradition of matchmaking, as it is still practiced today. Screening will be followed by question-and-answer session with the director and subjects of the film. The film is rated PG. Admission is $5. Contact CBS at (661) 254-2411 for further details. When: 7-9 p.m. Where: Congregation Beth Shalom, 21430 Centre Pointe Pkwy., Santa Clarita General: Everywoman: Voices of the Sisterhood What: This program celebrates women in history as part of National Women’s History Month. Throughout the course of history, women have had a major impact on changing limited mores, overturning cruel and destructive laws, making breakthroughs in science and medicine and contributing in every area to improving the quality of life. This show is about the women, less familiar to us, who assisted in making possible these historic events. Characters will be performed by Sarah Simmons, who currently teaches for the SAG Conservatory program at the American Film Institute, as well as privately. For information, call the Valencia Library at (661) 259-8942. When: 2-3 p.m. Where: Valencia Library meeting room, 23743 W. Valencia Blvd., Valencia. Sunday General: Abigail Adams: Everyday Life in Colonial America What: This program celebrates women in history as part of National Women’s History Month. Abigail Adams will be performed by Judith Helton, a living history actress with more than 22 years of experience performing in schools. Helton is also the recipient of the 1996 Performing Artists in Schools Award’s Lifetime Achievement Award. For information, call the Valencia Library at (661) 259-8942. When: 2-3 p.m. Where: Valencia Library meeting room, 23743 W. Valencia Blvd., Valencia. Art Events: Chariots of Fire: Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” What: The 50-voice Santa Clarita Master Chorale will present “Chariots of Fire: Mendelssohn’s `Elijah”‘ in concert. In addition to professional instrumentalists, the Chorale will be joined by guest soloists Bradley Ellingboe, bass-baritone, singing the title role; Steve Amerson, “America’s Tenor;” Caroline McKenzie, soprano; and Tracy Van Fleet, mezzo-soprano. There will be a pre-concert lecture at 2:30 p.m. given by the chorale’s artistic director, Allan Robert Petker. Tickets from $14 to $26 are available. For more information call (661) 254-8886. When: 3:30-5:30 p.m. Where: College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Santa Clarita, CA last_img
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Tokyo 2020 unveil bug-eyed Olympic mascot hopefuls

first_imgAfter a bungled rollout of the official Olympic logo that led to it being scrapped following accusations of plagiarism, local organisers have left the selection of the Tokyo 2020 mascots in the hands of schoolchildren.From December 11 to February 22, pupils at every elementary school across Japan — and Japanese schools overseas — will choose their favourite design, with each class casting a single vote. The winner will be announced on February 28.The competing mascots are instantly recognisable as “Made in Japan”, ranging in appearance from sci-fi cool to a glum-looking fox closer in spirit to the country’s beloved “yuru-kyara” (soft characters).Design A’s futuristic blue-checked design with pointy ears and oversized eyes evokes Japanese manga, while Olympic organisers revealed it has a “strong sense of justice” and can apparently move faster than light.Its Paralympic cousin, meanwhile, sports red checks derived from cherry blossoms and possesses the ability, helpfully, to “talk with stones and the wind.”Design B pairs a cartoon hybrid of a “lucky” cat and a fox draped in a red flame-like cloak with a blue lion-dog of the type seen guarding Japanese shrines — the common thread between them big round eyes resembling disco lights.Olympic Mascot B also “loves to take naps underneath the sunlight,” said Japanese organisers, adding that it “gives happy energy to people by touching them with its tail.”The softer appeal of Option C, meanwhile, brings together a fox looking less than overjoyed at being decorated in prehistoric “magatama” beads and a red raccoon looking a little bemused by all of the commotion.Tokyo organisers will hope to make smooth progress on the mascots to build on recent momentum following a series of public relations disasters.Last month, Tokyo opened its first new permanent venue for the 2020 Olympics — a welcome boost after plans for the main stadium were torn up by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe two years ago over its $2 billion price tag.Designs for the official Games emblem were then scrapped amid a plagiarism row.There was more bad news in October when Olympic organisers admitted that prolonged summer rain had brought high levels of bacteria to a venue earmarked for triathlon and open water swimming.While Tokyo has taken successful measures to reduce costs, the International Olympic Committee has urged local organisers to try to further cut its current $12 billion Games budget.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000A shortlist of three pairs of official Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascots are unveiled at Kakezuka elementary school, on December 7, 2017 © AFP / Kazuhiro NOGITokyo, Japan, Dec 7 – Tokyo Olympic organisers unveiled a shortlist of three official 2020 Games mascots Thursday — from bug-eyed cartoon heroes to cuddly raccoons.The Olympic and Paralympic designs, which celebrate the themes of harmony, diversity and resilience, were unveiled by pupils at a Tokyo elementary school.last_img read more

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Not celebration time yet, says Gor’s Oktay

first_img“It is still early days and we need to keep humble. We need to be calm. We have tough games coming up and we need to concentrate on them and go step by step. Take each match at a time,” the tactician stated.Gor won last season’s title with five matches left and they can replicate the same feat again this season, if they keep their form and Sofapaka stumble in the next one game.Batoto ba Mungu have dropped vital points including draws against Kariobangi Sharks and Mathare United, games that would have otherwise propelled them to within striking distance bearing in mind they have not played the leaders in the second leg.Sofapaka head coach John Baraza says they will keep on hoping that Gor stumble at some point, but notes they will not get their eyes off their remaining fixtures.Sofapaka FC players celebrate Umaru Kasumba’s goal against Posta Rangers during their Kenyan Premier League fixture at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on May 1, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond Makhaya“Fate is out of our hands now and to be honest, it is an uphill task. But this is football and things happen. They might drop points along the way but even if they do, we have to ensure we are in a position to take advantage and that means winning our games,” Baraza stated.For Sofapaka to retain hope of clinching a first league title in 10 futile attempts, they will need Gor to lose at least two games and go on to beat them when they clash in Kisumu on May 11.Meanwhile, Gor will look to keep their chase on and hope to bounce back to winning ways when they face Western Stima at the Moi Stadium on Sunday.Gor dropped two points and almost left empty handed in their Thursday tie against KCB. They needed a late Francis Mustafa goal to complete a remarkable comeback from 3-0 down to draw 3-3.Oktay was furious with the display shown by his charges in the match and accused them of taking the match like a training session.“Unfortunately, we made costly mistakes but improved in the second half, It should have been 6-3 or 7-3. First half we lacked concentration and we came thinking that it’s a training session. As soon as we changed, we scored and played better,”Gor Mahia head coach Hassan Oktay gestures on the touchline during his side’s Kenyan Premier League match against KCB at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on May 2, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“I was not impressed with Ssempala (Hashim) and Erisa (Ssekisambu. Sempala was lacking urgency. Form midfield he was the link up player to the attack and he didn’t help the forwards. Erisa, it was just not his day,” said the tactician referring to the early changes he made after 38 minutes.Gor now face a hilly task of playing three games within eight days, including the possible title decider against Sofapaka. The tactician says he is pleased with the return of Francis Kahata, Kenneth Muguna and Lawrence Juma who will give him more options.“Playing too many games within a short period of time is tough because players get tired and you are forced to chop and change. Sometimes you lose the team balance in doing this. But it is the situation we have to work with,” Oktay noted.They start their busy period against Stima, a side that held them to a 1-1 draw in the first leg at the same venue.Meanwhile, the chasing Sofapaka will be in Machakos taking on Tusker FC in another mouth-watering duel. Victory for Gor and a drop in points for Sofapaka will mean the holders are getting closer and closer to retaining their crown.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Is it title time yet? Gor Mahia head coach Hassan Oktay glances at his watch during his side’s Kenyan Premier League match against KCB at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on May 2, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, May 3 – Gor Mahia head coach Hassan Oktay has urged for calm and patience even as the record Kenyan Premier League champions stand and knock on the door of an 18th crown if they maintain their current form.Gor sit pretty on top of the standings with 58 points, seven ahead of second placed Sofapaka and have a match at hand with seven rounds of matches left.last_img read more

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Cristiano Ronaldo records fastest top speed at World Cup in Russia

first_img Ronaldo reached an impressive 34 km/h during Portugal’s draw with Spain, the fastest of any player after the first round of games 2 After the first round of fixtures was completed, FIFA collated together all their statistics and found that Ronaldo recorded the fastest speed of all 736 players at the tournament.Peru star Luis Advincula came closest to reaching the former Manchester United man, he clocked a top speed of 33.8 km/h as they narrowly lost to Denmark.Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku was also not far off Ronaldo, he reached a top speed of 32.8 km/h during his side’s thrashing of Panama in their Group G game.However, Argentina captain Lionel Messi failed to reach the dizzying heights of his rival – registering a top speed of just 25 km/h (even slower than Barcelona teammate Sergio Busquets). 2 Ronaldo celebrates scoring his fourth goal of the tournament against Morocco The Portugal forward is not just leading in the speed charts; he is also the top scorer in Russia.After his hat-trick heroics against the Spanish, Ronaldo scored a diving header against Morocco to take his tally to four at this summer’s Finals.In doing so, it means he has now scored more international goals than any other European player in history. Cristiano Ronaldo has recorded the fastest top speed at the World Cup in Russia this summer at the age of 33.The Real Madrid star reached a top speed of 34 km/h during the 3-3 draw with Spain, a game in which he scored a hat-trick.last_img read more

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HARPS BROUGHT CRASHING BACK DOWN TO EARTH BY ROVERS

first_imgDespite their FAI cup heroics, Finn Harps were brought crashing down to earth by Shamrock Rovers B at Finn Park tonight.Ollie Horgan’s side battled well throughout but a penalty after a half an hour which was dispatched by Chris Lyons was the only difference between the sides.Harps pushed hard towards the close as Rovers’ Conor Dunne was sent off in the 61st minute after a bad challenge on Keith Cowan. Harps lost whatever firepower they had up front when Kevin McHugh went off injured.But Rovers held on and Harps will now have to put all their resources into their FAI Cup Quarter Final. HARPS BROUGHT CRASHING BACK DOWN TO EARTH BY ROVERS was last modified: August 29th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:finn harpsshamrock roverslast_img read more

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Lotto winner plans to pay off mortgage and go to Disneyland!

first_imgThe winner of the Lotto Plus 2 prize of €250,000 has outlined his plans for his winnings.The man picked his numbers at the Centra Store in Muff last week and collected his cash at Lotto headquarters today.The player, who wished to remain anonymous, played a Quick Pick ahead of last Saturday’s Lotto draw. The lucky winner gished “I’ll certainly have no problems spending this.“I have a meeting arranged with my bank manager so we’re going to pay off the mortgage and put a fund aside for the children who will be starting college soon.“We’ll probably have enough left for a trip to Disneyland for all of the family so it’ll be money well spent,” he said.Lotto winner plans to pay off mortgage and go to Disneyland! was last modified: September 20th, 2017 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:disneylanddonegallottomuffwinnerlast_img read more

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