The problem is, fans flock in their tens of thousands to see Joshua pulverize his opponents. Just like Wilder does, admittedly in front of smaller crowds.It’s why the potential Joshua-Wilder match-up is so anticipated. Negotiations over the next few weeks will determine if that happens this summer.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Picture imperfect: Heat fine Whiteside for ‘detrimental’ comments MOST READ View comments It’s not the first time Hearn has spoken of the difficulties in dealing with Wilder’s people, and it likely won’t be the last. He has already visited New York for negotiations but it gets complicated with Wilder’s affairs being handled by co-managers Shelly Finkel and Al Haymon, and Haymon’s business partner Luis DeCubas Jr.Also problematic for Hearn and Joshua is Wilder’s apparent desire for a 50-50 split of any fight. Joshua believes, as a holder of four belts, that he deserves a bigger share of the pie.“I’m going to be one of the most powerful men sitting on the side of the negotiating table,” Joshua said, eyeing up his belts. “Why do I have to do all this work to have to give someone a bonus. Can I get a bonus now, do you know what I mean? Can I get a little pat on the back now? That’s how I see it. It’s a bit of a catch-22.”And that’s his problem. Joshua is in a rush to unify, but Wilder might not be. Much to their chagrin, Team Joshua might have to relent if their man is to reach his goal.Such is the demand for the fight that it will likely take place, perhaps a two-fight deal with one in America — where Joshua is yet to fight — and the other in Britain.Wilder has won all 40 of his pro fights (with 39 knockouts), while Joshua made it 21-0 with a no-frills win over Parker in which he showed another side to his boxing repertoire.Instead of his trademark big punches, Joshua used the jab behind his long reach to great effect. Parker was never allowed to get in close, either by Joshua or fussy referee Giuseppe Quartarone.It was a professional, mature display by Joshua against a previously unbeaten opponent, and it impressed his trainer Rob McCracken.“You’ve seen some of the heavyweights in the past win the fights behind the jab,” McCracken said, “and that’s what he did.”Joshua sees himself as more than just a big puncher, regularly referring his “finesse” and “boxing prowess.” He has spoken recently of the respect Floyd Mayweather earned for carving out an unbeaten career on the back of his technical skills, even if many of his fights weren’t spectacular. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Team Joshua wants it. Team Wilder wants it. The boxing world and beyond wants it.But will it happen?FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownThe path was cleared for a fight between the sport’s two most destructive punchers when Joshua beat Joseph Parker in a unanimous decision in front of 78,000 spectators in Cardiff on Saturday. He added Parker’s WBO belt to his own WBA, IBF and lightly regarded IBO straps.Joshua paraded them in the ring. He displayed them in front of the world’s media. But he knows there’s one missing if he’s to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 2000: Wilder’s WBC belt. LATEST STORIES Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “I will get all five of the belts,” Joshua said. “It’s not an issue.”Yet, he knows time is not on his side. And so does his promoter, Eddie Hearn.Being a multiple champion brings with it a range of mandatory fights. There’s only a small window for Joshua to clean up the division before the belts start getting stripped off him.“I think it has to happen in 2018,” Hearn said of the Wilder fight, “otherwise we are going to hit some major problems with the politics and the mandatories. It’s just a case of if it happens next or if we fight (someone else) in the summer and then Wilder.“If they stepped up and were actually serious about the fight, and serious about a deal we are more than happy to offer them, it could happen next. But they are so erratic and unpredictable, I don’t know what to believe.”ADVERTISEMENT Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil 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 Britain’s Anthony Joshua, centre, celebrates victory over New Zealand’s Joseph Parker, left, after their WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO Heavyweight Championship title bout in Cardiff, Wales, late Saturday, March 31, 2018. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)CARDIFF, Wales — Deep in the bowels of Cardiff’s Principality Stadium, Anthony Joshua sat with his four world heavyweight belts in front of him and called on Deontay Wilder to get serious about negotiations for a unification fight.Across the Atlantic, Wilder was posting a video on Twitter minutes later, shouting into his phone: “Joshua? Joshua? Stop playing, and pick up the phone!”ADVERTISEMENT Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’
– Advertisement – The John P. Saah Family writes Mines and Energy Minister Murray (pictured): “We requested the Ministry to investigate the Class B License (MBL 2724/17) issued in March 2017 which overlapped our Class C license that was issued February 2016 and since April 5, 2019, the Ministry has not responded nor carried out any investigation in this matter. Sections 6.4 & 6.7(a) of the Mineral & Mining Act (2000) are too simple and easy for anyone to under that an overlap is a violation.” Liberian entrepreneur begs Ministry of Mines to investigate 3-year dispute with Chinese InvestorAn overlapping mining quarrel involving a Liberian mining entrepreneur, Mr. John P. Saah and a Chinese businessman, Mr. Zhang De Min, popularly known as Mr. Parker, has reached its third year since March 2017 with the latter requesting the Mines and Energy Minister Gessler Murray to intervene and investigate to avoid further conflict.The fight over the mining sites of Mr. John P. Saah Family License C against Mr. Zhang De Min License B nearly resulted to a commotion in Weasua, Gbarma District, Gbapolu County, and since then, six communications have been written to the Ministry of Mines and Energy, the latest letter dated September 17, 2019.In a communication to Min. Gessler, Mr. Samai Sheriff (the Authorized Representative of Mr. John P. Saah’s family) allegedly accused the Director of Mines of the Ministry of Mines and Energy, Mr. Samuel Wilson, of violating the Mining Law of 2000 and the rights of ordinary Liberian of the John P. Saah Family. The takeover of the mining site nearly resulted in to a commotion between supporters of Mr. Zhang De Min and John P. Saah and led to a complaint filed to the Ministry of Mines and Energy since April 5, 2019 against the Chinese national, holder of Class B Licenses (MBL 2924/17), of overlapping their operational site.The communication, dated September 17, 2019, said the Ministry’s agent assigned in that area illegally removed all the properties of the Saah Family’s Class C operating equipment area without any regard to the Saah’s Family and allowed the Chinese national to continue to work in that designated area even though an investigation of the formal complaint is ongoing by the Ministry.“For your easy reference, the complaint of overlapping within our operational area and the refusal to renew our license was dated April 5, 2019; a follow up communication was sent to the Ministry of April 24, 2019; our application for prospecting license and application for class B mining license was dated on April 30, 2019; another letter requesting an investigation was dated on May 2, 2019. Additional letters on the same reference matter were dated on July 23, 2019 and August 20, 2019 respectively,” Mr. Sheriff said.“Prior to the illegal takeover of our Class C license area, the Chinese national, with the expressed consent of the Director of Mines, called a general town meeting at which the Gbarma District Commissioner, some officials in Gbarpolu County, the mining agent and the patrolman were present. Mr. Parker informed the Weasua community people that the government through the Ministry of Mines and Energy had already turned over the John P. Saah Class C Mining area to him effective on August 1, 2019; and to our utter dismay, the Chinese national, the patrolman and some gangsters went to our Class C area and forcibly removed and destroyed the belongings of family members of the John P. Saah Family who had occupied the designated area since 1974 as evidenced by the titled deed.”Mr. Sheriff said amid the Director of Mines Samuel Wilson’s warning against ‘shovel mining’ as a risky venture, the Chinese national Class B is using ‘shovel mining’ against which the John P. Saah Family Class C is considering to upgrade since April 30, 2019 to a Class B license and use machines, but the application for upgrade has since been denied.“Our family paid for a Class C License in 2016 and has been paying taxes on time up to date and is willing to pay the sum of US$10,000 to upgrade from its Class C License to Class B Mining License and to contribute more revenue to support the government’s pro poor development agenda.“The silence of the Ministry to probe these serious and grave allegations lead us to one conclusion that the Ministry supports these criminal acts against their own nationals…because the Mining Act of 2000, Section 11.4 states that the legal owner or lawful occupant of property on which minerals are discovered shall be entitled to a right of first refusal in any application for obtaining Class A or Class B Mining License as against any third party or parties,” Mr. Sheriff said.Speaking to the Daily Observer briefly via mobile phone on Monday, October 14, Mr. Sheriff said: “We have requested and are still begging the the Ministry to investigate the Class B License issued in March 2017 which overlapped our Class C license that was issued February 2016 and since April 5, 2019, the Ministry has not responded nor carried out any investigation in this matter. Sections 6.4 & 6.7(a) of the Mineral & Mining Act (2000) are too simple and easy for anyone to under that an overlap is a violation.”Efforts to contact Minister Murray did not materialize, as his phone appeared to be switched off and, up to press time, text messages from this reporter to the minister went unanswered.However, an office staff in the office of Ministry, who begged to be anonymous, said the Minister is indisposed but pointed out that the John P. Saah’s complaint is on the Minister’s desk and is part of a plan to investigate during the Minister’s seasonal inspection tour.The staff said Director of Mines, Samuel Wilson, will be part of the Minister’s delegation including some senior staff, press and a representative of a civil society organization (national or international).Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
t’s regular meeting, Fort St. John City Council was presented with the final administration document, from the city’s 20/20 vision survey. It outlines the three main priorities of residents, as Growth, Development, and Infrastructure, Environmental Issues, and Transportation. A fourth priority added to the list is Health Care. Councillors will now use the survey to assist, in the development of a strategic plan for the city. This is City Manager Dianne Hunter…. [asset|aid=46|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=Diane Hunter – 20_20 Vision_1_Pub.mp3] Councillors and staff will be meeting for a 20/20 retreat on the 12th and 13th of September.- Advertisement –
“I definitely will and I don’t think I have much of a choice. Look we have a huge game against Esperance on the 17th and we have a very good chance of making it. I would want to have a strong squad to get a good result. Also, this game against Nzoia will be a chance to the other players to show they deserve to be in that travelling team,” Kerr said.Gor Mahia’s Wesley Onguso takes a cross. Photo/RAYMOND MAKAHAYAWith a particular keen eye on success in continental football, Kerr has not used a consistent starting team in all his first five KPL matches, choosing to give an opportunity to the rookie players who have not disappointed.K’Ogalo leads the KPL log with 13 points having won four and drawn one of their opening five fixtures and Kerr hopes the team can keep the streak running against a tricky Nzoia side.“Every team that comes to play against Gor Mahia gives their best because they want to open the papers the next day and see that they beat us. Nzoia is a tough team and this will not be an easy walk for us,” the tactician offered.-Facing former side-Nzoia United players celebrating.PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThree ex-Nzoia Sugar players will potentially line up against their former employers.Despite joining Gor from the sugar millers at the beginning of last season, this will be the first time that defender Joachim Oluoch will have a chance of facing his ex-team.Also lining up against the sugar belt side for the first time is midfielder Lawrence Juma who left the team at the end of last season. Winger Boniface Omondi will also be facing his former team.Nzoia lost both their maiden league meetings against Gor Mahia last season, losing 1-0 in the first leg in Mumias while the second leg in Kisumu ended in an embarrassing 4-0 loss.Nzoia United head coach Bernard Mwalala in a past match. PHOTO/COURTESYBernard Mwalala’s young side has not had a good start to the season especially after the exit of key players and only won their first match of the season last weekend with a 3-1 thrashing of Kakamega Homeboyz.This came after a run of four back to back losses against Kariobangi Sharks, Mathare United, Nakumatt and Tusker.They should expect a tough encounter against K’Ogalo with Kerr having asked them to show the same enthusiasm they did against Esperance on Wednesday.“I want that same kind of performance from the first to last minute of the game. That is how we should play week in week out and the players know what I want and what I demand for them. I want a headache for myself when selecting the team to go to Esperance,” the tactician said.The tie will be one of three fixtures set for Sunday with Nakumatt taking on Chemelil in the early fixture in Machakos while in Mombasa, Bandari will be taking on Sony Sugar.Kenyan Premier League weekend fixtures:Saturday: Kariobangi Sharks v Sofapaka, Mathare United v AFC Leopards (Machakos), Kakamega Homeboyz v Ulinzi Stars (Bukhungu), Posta Rangers v Wazito (Narok), Tusker FC v Thika United (Ruaraka), Zoo Kericho v Vihiga United (Kericho).Sunday: Bandari v Sony Sugar (Mombasa), Nakumatt v Chemelil, Gor Mahia v Nzoia Sugar (Machakos).0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr giving out instructions to his players during their Kenyan Premier League clash against Bandari on March 3, 2018. Photo/RAYMOND MAKAHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 9- Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr has hinted that he will once again rotate his squad for their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) clash against Nzoia Sugar in Machakos on Sunday.Kerr says this will be a move to keep the core of his squad fresh ahead of their potential history making clash against Esperance in the CAF Champions League first round return tie in Tunisia on March 17.
The 30 workers laid-off at a Buncrana call-centre have been told they have until noon today to accept one month’s pay or get nothing.Workers at Assetco Managed Services, who are part of a larger English company, were told the centre was closing yesterday.The first workers knew of the closure was when executives from KPMG arrived from Dublin acting on behalf of London-based banks. A spokesman for Assetco Managed Services ROI, based on the IDA Business Park at Lisfannon, said they had been left in a terrible position.“We have now been told that we either accept the situation now and get a month’s money or get nothing at all.“We feel so angry at how we are being treated. Christmas is just around the corner and we are being told that it’s tough – we either take their offer or leave it,” he said.The Assetco centre was set up in Buncrana in 2006 with grant-aid of more than €2 million. The company, is part of a larger company, Assetco London Ltd, which provides a breakdown call-out and support service for London Fire Brigade.London Fire Brigade failed to renew a major contract for Assetco London Ltd leaving workers out in the cold.Most of the London-based employees will be taken on by the company who won the new contract, Babcock.However, the Irish company have not been taken on and will lose their jobs.The spokesman added they are considering their positions and are even thinking of staging a sit-in at the plant. “We have been very loyal to Assetco London and this is how we have been rewarded.“We would like London Fire Brigade to know this and to know how we are being treated.“There are 30 families being thrown on the scrapheap just before Christmas it’s just not on,” said a spokesman.Meanwhile Fine Gael TD for Donegal North East, Joe McHugh, has confirmed the intervention of Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, who has formally requested that Enterprise Ireland, NERA (National Employment Rights Authority) and the Department of Social Protection intervene to establish the rights of Buncrana employees of Assetco Managed Services. Minister Bruton has also asked NERA to meet directly with the workers concernedMinister Bruton’s intervention followed representations made to the Minister by Deputy McHugh.Deputy McHugh said: ‘I know from conversations yesterday with Assetco Managed Services employees that the placing of the company into administration was very distressing. Initially workers were given until 5.30pm yesterday evening to agree to terms of exit with the administrators; this has now been extended until today.“I contacted the receivers, KPMG, in London yesterday evening to seek this extension, and I also sought the intervention of Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD’.“Minister Bruton has formally requested Enterprise Ireland, NERA and the Department of Social Protection to definitively establish the rights of workers and has asked NERA to meet the workers concerned.DONEGAL CALL-CENTRE WORKERS TOLD TO TAKE MONTH’S PAY OR GET NOTHING was last modified: November 14th, 2012 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:Assetco Managed ServicesbuncranaIDAjobslay-offs
The Milford Inn Hotel will be at the centre of the action during this weekend’s 45th Joule Donegal International Rally.The hotel’s new owners Marty and Tricia Kelly are preparing for one of the busiest weekends of the year, as the rally welcomes over 50,000 people to the county. The Milford venue is the perfect place to soak up the unique atmosphere of the Donegal International Rally, as the town hosts the rally’s Saturday and Sunday service area at Milford Mart.Over the course of the weekend, the Milford Inn Hotel has put together a fantastic line-up of events for local and visiting rally enthusiasts.There’s live music in the lounge all weekend, with entertainment by Rush Hour from 7-10pm on Friday, 19th June and Johnny Haughey on Saturday, 20th June.There’s also a Disco Bar with DJ Mo on Friday and Saturday night from 10.00pm – 2.00am, with buses to and from the venue available from Rathmullan, Ramelton and Fanad. Breakfast will be available to the public from 7am each morning. And while the Donegal International Rally is the main event this weekend, the hotel’s five course Sunday carvery is also the perfect place to celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday, 21st June.Served in The Mulroy Suite from 12pm – 4pm, the carvery offers delicious food and excellent value for money, starting from just €10.50 for adults, while children under ten cost €5 and children under three eat for free.They’ve only been in the job six weeks but the new owners of The Milford Inn have already gotten off to a flying start.Letterkenny couple, Marty and Tricia Kelly, are currently devoting all of their energy and enthusiasm to putting their own stamp on the iconic Milford venue.A full revamp of the restaurant is well underway and due for completion in the coming weeks.The new owners are determined to put Milford on the culinary map and the restaurant will open with a re-imagined menu, serving the finest fresh, local and artisan produce. Originally from Creeslough, Tricia Kelly is a qualified hotel manager with 15 years’ experience managing Letterkenny hotels.While they live in Letterkenny, the pair are no strangers to Milford through their work with Bluebird Care, an organisation that provides support to people of all ages in their home and in the community.Set-up by Marty Kelly six years ago, Bluebird Care provides home care for older people, children and people with physical and intellectual disabilities.The organisation looks after a number of families in the Milford area. Weddings remain a key focus for the new owners and bookings for 2015 and 2016 have already been secured.The hotel also has a number of vacancies to fill and is looking for talented and passionate people to join the team.For more information contact Tricia Kelly on 074 91 53313 or email CVs to firstname.lastname@example.orgMILFORD INN HOTEL ‘GEARING’ UP FOR THE JOULE DONEGAL INTERNATIONAL RALLY was last modified: June 18th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Businessdonegal international rallyFeaturesnewsThe Milford Inn
“We take this matter very seriously, and with a cursory review, we believe this case is without merit,” she wrote in an e-mail. Representatives for Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group and Avis Rent A Car System said they could not comment on pending litigation. Representatives for Hertz, National and Alamo rental car companies did not return calls seeking comment. Fellmeth said two of his students at the USD Law School tracked rental car pricing online before and after the legislation went into effect. Historically, prices decline in January and February, he said, and did so in major markets outside California. Rental prices at California airports, however, uniformly remained the same or rose slightly after the law took effect Jan. 1, even though rates nationwide dropped over the same period, the suit said. While Fellmeth acknowledged that such fees weren’t forbidden by the legislation, the appearance that every company charged such fees in lock step points to anti-competitive collusion, he said. The lawsuit also alleges that the car rental companies arranged their anti-competitive pricing plans under the guise of membership in the California Trade and Tourism Commission. Already, though, San Francisco Democratic Sen. Carole Migden is readying another piece of legislation to repeal the unbundling law. Her proposal, which is still being written, would again require the 9 percent airport concession fee be included in the base rental price, said Migden spokeswoman Tracy Fairchild. It would also prohibit the car-rental companies from charging customers a fee to fund the tourism commission – and require an audit to determine how much money each company improperly made. Mike Higgins, spokesman for Assemblyman Leno said Leno saw the bill as a way to secure consistent funding for the tourism commission. “It sounds like there are issues with implementation,” Higgins said. “If there are (problems) that need to be remedied, we would look to do that.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The University of San Diego Law School is alleging that seven major car rental companies have been colluding to fix prices in California. USD’s Center for Public Interest Law is suing rental giants, including Hertz, Avis, Dollar, National and Enterprise, saying they have exploited a legislative change to get more money from consumers. In the waning days of the 2006 California legislative session, Assemblyman Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, sponsored AB 2592, allowing car rental companies to separate out a concession fee they were required to bundle into advertised base rates. Airports, not the companies, actually levy that 9 percent fee on renters. In exchange for the fee being unbundled, car rental companies agreed to pay $24 million into a fund to support the quasi-public California Trade and Tourism Commission, which promotes tourism in California. This contribution allowed the state to reduce its allocation for the agency to $1 million from $7.7million. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThe legislation appeared to have no downside for consumers, but USD’s Center for Public Interest Law alleges that seven rental companies have used the opportunity to add a 2.5percent surcharge to rental fees. These funds pay the $24 million contribution to the tourism agency. And that’s not the end of it, the lawsuit states: The rental car companies are tacking the 9 percent airport concession fee onto customer bills, but they haven’t reduced their base rate by the same amount. Such seemingly coordinated activity indicates price-fixing and other anti-competitive behavior, and costs customers millions of dollars, said Robert Fellmeth, executive director of the public interest center. The suit seeks a halt to the alleged violations, restitution for overcharges, treble damages and attorneys’ fees. Lisa Martini, a spokeswoman for Enterprise Rent-a-Car, said her company had not closely reviewed the complaint.
Didier Drogba celebrates completing his hat-trick Didier Drogba may be 38-years-old, but he is still scoring goals for fun.The Chelsea legend has been playing for MLS side Montreal Impact since last summer, and has so far scored 21 goals in just 26 games for the Canadian club.His most recent strikes came on Saturday, as the veteran Ivorian forward netted a hat-trick against the Philadelphia Union. Aided by some questionable defending, Montreal won 5-1, with Drogba grabbing all of the first three goals.Drogba’s next game is on Thursday, when he plays against Arsenal in the MLS All-Star Game. Gunners fans will be hoping he doesn’t continue his record of scoring against their club, although his hat-trick proves the veteran has still got it.You can watch all three goals, in order, below… 1
A 20 year old man who was caught with fuel syphoning equipment in his car has been fined a total of €600.Letterkenny court.Brian Ward was stopped by Gardai at Raymothy, Manorcunningham on July 5th, 2013. Mr Ward, of 77 Ardskeen, Co Cavan appeared at Letterkenny District Court yesterday along with his wife.Ward was stopped by Gardai at 2.46am and gave his name as JOhn Ward.Syphoning equipment was found under the bonnet and a five litre empty container was also found in the car.The court heard that Ward, 20, had a number of previous convictions. He is in receipt of €200 per week on social welfare as is his wife.His solicitor said he knew he was in a friend’s car and was not insured and that was why he gave a false name.Judge Paul Kelly noted that this was the second occasion that he had given a false name having been convicted on another occasion of the same offense.Judge Kelly fined Ward €250 for having no insurance and disqualified him for six years as this was his second such offense.He fined him a further €150 for having syphoning equipment in his car and a further €200 for giving a false name.MAN CAUGHT WITH FUEL SYPHONING EQUIPMENT IN HIS CAR was last modified: April 28th, 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:Brian WardCavandonegalfuel syphoningJudge Paul Kellyletterkenny
Letterkenny Golf News: Despite the non-playing of golf over the weekend, the clubhouse was packed to the rafters on Sunday for what was one of the foremost “Sports-Spectacular”days of the social club’s calendar! Soccer, Gaelic, Rugby, Bingo & Golf, Letterkenny Golf Club shows it all! Congratulations to the Ladies Club who organized the most successful Fun Bingo afternoon to date. CAPTAINS’ DRIVE-IN: !Looking forward with much delight to the annual Captains’ Drive-In, members would like to take this opportunity in wishing Club Captain Gerard Duffy, Lady Captain Margo Birmingham and club President Anne Condon every success in the forthcoming season. The Drive-In will take place on this Sunday 8th March. Competition format will be a scramble. Sign-in from 10am—tea, coffee, scones, meet & greet: On the 1st tee for 11.15am for the draw. Shotgun start @ 12noon:Defibrilator Certificates will be presented to those twelve  people who were recently trained and asserted by John Doran and Gerard Dunleavy, after the Captains’ Drive-In on Sunday 8th March. Congratulations to all!The new GolfNet system is now available and all members need to re-register so: log onto GolfNet – click on Login (top right hand corner) and click “Create an Account” –You need to have your GUI/ILGU handicap card with details for registering.Congratulations to club GUI Professional Seamus Clinton on his Gross winning score in the “Links” society outing at Rosapenna on Saturday last.SUBS:It’s that time of year again! All members are asked to forward membership subscriptions asap. Subs must be paid before St. Patrick’s Day Open.WE NEED YOUR OLD MOBILE PHONES—- to get a second defibrillator that will be housed on the course, making it more accessible should something occur during play on the front 11 holes. There is a box provided in the club foyer for all of your old unwanted mobile phones—-please donate NOW!! HAVE YOU SIGNED UP?Letterkenny Golf Club’s Online Lotto’s draw took place on Wednesday 25th February and, although there was no JACKPOT winner of €1,750, two lotto members who smiled happily were Pauric Fingleton and Tom Mc Donagh, winners of the “lucky dip” prizes of €50 each. Congratulations to you both! Numbers drawn were 2; 16; 21; 23; The Lotto draw takes place every Wednesday evening, closing time for entries is 6pm Wednesday, and entry page can be found on club website, www.letterkennygolfclub.com and follow the prompts. Join from as little as €20! [€2 per week] Thank you for playing and please continue to encourage your fellow members, friends & family to play our Club LottoCAPTAINS’ DRIVE-IN: !Looking forward with much delight to the annual Captains’ Drive-In, members would like to take this opportunity in wishing Club Captain Gerard Duffy, Lady Captain Margo Birmingham and club President Anne Condon every success in the forthcoming season. The Drive-In will take place on this Sunday 8th March. Competition format will be a scramble. Sign-in from 10am—tea, coffee, scones, meet & greet: On the 1st tee for 11.15am for the draw. Shotgun start @ 12noon:GOLF NEWS: LETTERKENNY DRIVE-IN WILL TEE OFF THIS WEEKEND was last modified: March 3rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:NoticesSport