Photo Getty Images Caption Sonny Bill Williams Australia will meet Fiji, Italy and Scotland in Group B, while New Zealand were drawn against Ireland, Jamaica and Lebanon in Group C and Tonga play Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea and Wales in Group D.In the women’s tournament, New Zealand were drawn in the same pool as Australia in a massive boost for the likes of England and PNG.However, most interest in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace centred on which team Prince Harry picked as England’s opponents in the opening match on 23 October, 2021. The match will be played at St James’ Park in Newcastle.Tournament organisers couldn’t have hoped for a better outcome as Samoa have the potential to be a massive draw card if Williams chooses to play for them.The dual-code superstar, who is set to make his return to rugby league this weekend for Toronto Wolfpack at Castleford, qualifies for Samoa through his father John and has previously spoken about representing his heritage.If Williams can be convinced to play for Samoa, the likes of Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Payne Haas and Josh Papalii may follow suit.With Anthony Milford, Martin Taupau, Joey Leilua, Jorge Taufua, Jarome Luai and Tino Faasuamaleaui in their squad, Samoa have the potential to rival Tonga as an international force but recent results have been disappointing.However, Samoa would at least be expected to advance to the quarter-finals after being drawn in Group A alongside hosts England, World Cup founders France and newcomers Greece…
Dani Carvajal will arrive clean of cards to the derby against Atlético de Madrid (February 1st). The side will miss the match against the Valladolid (January 26) when seeing the fifth yellow against the Seville by wasting time taking the ball and trying to delay the serve of a player from the Lopetegui team. The card arrived in the 87th minute and the player was seen winking at Militao. two The match against Valladolid will be the second to miss the side this season due to card accumulation. The first match was on the first day of the League against Celtic by dragging the sanction of the 18/19 season.
The Liberia Athletics Federation has released the calendar of activities for this year’s World Athletics Day celebration, which will take place on Friday, May 23, 2014 in Upper Caldwell, Montserrado County with the theme “Athletics for a Better World”.According to a release from the LAF Secretariat, six schools will take part in the day-long events. The schools are Samuka Town Public School, Upper Caldwell Community School, Elizabeth Tubman Memorial Institute, Bright Foundation School, St. James Elementary School and Reggie Thomas AcademyThe release said each school will be represented by sixteen athletes, with eight boys and eight girls in separate age range. Group one will consist of athletes in the Kid Athletics category from age 7 – 12; four boys and four girls and Group two Youth category, age 13 – 15, four boys and four girls.A total of 96 youths and kid athletes with a composition of 48 in each group are expected to feature in the 2014 World Athletics Day celebration.The LAF release further said that there will be six stations in the in the Kids Athletics Exhibition in the following events; Formula 1, Sprint and Hurdle, Overhead Back Throw, Kids Javelin, Skipping Rope, and Long Pole Jump. The Youth Competition will feature events such as 50m. 50m Hurdles, 1000m, High Jump, Long Jump, Shot Put, Javelin, and Relay 4 x 50 m.This year’s celebration will bring together hundreds of residents of the Township of Caldwell.This year marks the 19th Edition of the WAD Celebration of which over 123 IAAF member Federations will be celebrating.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Missing Ituni MBY Utamu BelleFormer Regional Executive Officer (REO) of Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) Henry Rodney has shed new light on what may have happened to the $5 million from a social account of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) in 2011, derived from the sale of scrap iron by residents of Ituni.Former REO Henry RodneyDuring an interview with this newspaper, Rodney who served as REO from 2004 to 2012 recalled that a deposit of just about $2 million was made into the fund during his tenure. He said at the time there was an economic fund of the RDC in which the then Regional Chairman Mortimer Mingo, was the custodian.He explained that generally, government accounts would be authorised by the finance secretary, the funds of which the REO becomes custodian. Rodney noted however that this fund was something different, noting that it was considered a “holding” fund under an economic fund of the RDC.He recalled that between 2004-2005 the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL)would have handed over a check of about $2 million to the RDC for holding. Rodney said that there had been previous deposits before he took office.“Records would have shown that they made previous deposits, amounting to 4 point something, nearly $5 million but not in my time. Whenever apparently they sell these scrap iron, they deposit into the Region, this economic fund to be used for the benefit of the community”, he said.The former REO added that the account also held other monies such as flood relief, which the diaspora would have contributed to, activities from the Ituni guest house, among other things. Rodney pointed out that funds from the guest house went into the account which was eventually repaired and handed over to the community for management.He said since it was the belief that Central Government did not provide funding for certain community activities, the RDC had authorised utilisation of approximately $3 million from the holding fund to clear a road which had been blocked by residents in 2012.He further said the regional chairman was the only person who could authorise such utilisation, to which he was also the main signatory. As REO, Rodney said he only had access to the information, but it was the chairman’s authority to determine how the money could be used.“Monies were used to repair the guest house and the guest house was handed over to the community for management…I know also that there was some blocking of the road and the RDC had intervened and…RDC would have taken some money from that fund to do internal work in the community…the RDC had authorised the utilisation of near to $3 million for work on that road,” Rodney disclosed.He recalled also that just over half a million dollars was used to repair the guest house and its maintenance. Rodney stated further that the RDC in that time would also utilise money from the fund to award gifts to the region’s top achiever students since such funds were not provided by the state, citing that there had been records of all of the transactions.Those records, he noted, would have shown that previous deposits had been made around the period of 2003. He said while he is not aware of all the details, a lot of the money was utilised on the Ituni/Kwakwani roadway repairs.“If you look at the records, you would see that while the money might not have been strictly used directly in keeping with the scrap iron (sale), activities of Region 10, some would have been used for.”The money, considered as “missing” has been the centre of controversy at the RDC for several years, and previous Regional Chairman Sharma Solomon, had even set up a committee in 2013 to probe the missing money after the residents of Ituni had requested it in an effort to carry out developmental activities.However, the committee had failed to locate the cash. While the Committee was not able to solve the case completely, it discovered that a sum of $1.2 million was the final withdrawal made at the end of (December 31) 2011 by an employee of the RDC. No official explanation could be given as to how the sum was spent.Recently RDC councillors had made calls to Regional Chairman Renis Morian to have the State Assets Recovery Unit (SARU) investigate what happened to the money; however Morian said it was not his remit and that NICIL should conduct a probe.
Father-in-law’s attempted murderSudesh RambhajueSudesh Rambhajue — who recently denied he had attempted to kill his father-in-law Latchman Narine Persaud on September 18, 2015 at Vergenoegen, East Bank Essequibo – has been granted another adjournment on Monday after revealing that he was still unable to afford the services of an attorney. He was alternatively charged with felonious wounding, but he denied both counts at last Tuesday’s appearance.“We ain’t got enough money; we a little short,” he informed the court.Justice Brassington Reynolds informed the accused that the court is working according to time via the schedule of the assizes, but he nevertheless gave Rambhajue until Wednesday to secure an attorney. Further, Justice Reynolds encouraged the family to seek the services of the Legal Aid Clinic, since the State is not required to assign a publicly-funded attorney to defend such charges.Rambhajue’s case will commence with or without him having a defence attorney, but he will, however, be guided by the court on the inadmissibly of evidence.Rambhajue last week told the court he could not afford to retain an attorney, and requested that the State provide representation for him. However, he was informed that the charges he faces do not necessarily require the State to provide him with legal counsel.Prosecutor Seeta Bishundial is presenting the State’s case, assisted by fellow attorneys Narissa Leander and Tiffini Lyken.It was previously reported that Narine Persaud claimed to have been attacked by the suspect after he had asked him to move out from his house. Persaud explained that after Rambhajue had ignored his request, he sought to repeat it when he saw the man approaching his home on the evening in question.Narine Persaud reported that the man became annoyed, and stabbed him before fleeing the scene.
There was no way to tell from the court discussion Monday how far along the jury has come in weighing its verdicts on the five felony counts against the former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney. Jurors had asked a different question about the same count last week but resolved their question even before Walton could determine exactly what they were asking. Walton and the lawyers decided to finish answers to the new questions today. But their debate revealed that jurors had asked whether they could use Libby’s grand jury testimony, which was played in court, as evidence that Libby lied during an earlier FBI interview. Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald said the answer should be “yes” in the sense that all the evidence in the case helped establish Libby’s state of mind. Libby’s lawyers said the grand jury testimony could not be proof of the earlier statement. Walton agreed with both arguments, but said an instruction encompassing both would have to be crafted carefully. Libby is accused of lying to the bureau and a grand jury about how he learned Plame was the wife of a prominent Iraq war critic and worked at the CIA and about with whom he discussed that information. Libby says any inaccuracies in his statements were the result of his faulty memory. WASHINGTON – Jurors completed their ninth day of deliberations Monday without a verdict in the perjury trial of ex-White House aide I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, but before finishing they asked three more questions about one charge. The seven women and four men were told they would get answers when they resume work today. The note with the jury’s latest questions was not made public. But a brief courtroom debate among U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton, prosecutors and defense lawyers – with the jury out of the room – indicated the questions related to a charge that Libby lied to the FBI about a telephone conversation with Time magazine’s Matt Cooper in 2003 concerning CIA operative Valerie Plame. Earlier Monday, Walton asked the jurors to clarify a question about the term “reasonable doubt” and how it should be applied to a reference to the Cooper conversation in another count – that Libby obstructed an investigation of the leak of Plame’s identity and job. There was no indication the jurors had decided how to clarify their question about that count.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The recommendation, however, outraged the parents of at least two of the victims, who said probation was too lenient a sentence for a teacher who took advantage of so many children. They said prison is the only appropriate punishment. Prosecutors vowed to do their best to convince the judge to disregard the recommendation. Deputy District Attorney Jason Anderson said he believes he can make a strong argument that Olsen poses a danger to society if he’s not locked up. Olsen, a soft-spoken Ontario man, was a substitute elementary school teacher who taught in at least 17 school districts in three counties. Ontario police arrested him in July after allegations surfaced that he inappropriately touched young girls at several schools. Most of the contact appeared to involve Olsen sitting the children on his lap. During an interview with police, he admitted the contact sexually aroused him, which is all that is necessary to support a molestation charge. Olsen pleaded no contest in February to six counts of lewd conduct and threw himself upon the mercy of the court. He could have faced up to 18 years in prison if convicted of those counts at trial. email@example.com (909) 483-9325160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! RANCHO CUCAMONGA – The substitute elementary school teacher who admitted to inappropriately touching six first-grade students appears headed for a sentence of probation rather than state prison. Prison officials who examined Eric Norman Olsen, 29, over the past three months deemed him a suitable candidate for probation and psychological counseling, despite concluding that he is likely a pedophile who has problems controlling his impulses. Olsen’s attorney, Gina Kershaw, said the report supported her longtime contention that Olsen is not the sort of vile predator who belongs behind bars. The attorney said she believes Judge Ingrid Uhler will follow the recommendation when she sentences Olsen next month. “This helps him a lot,” the defense attorney said Friday.
Roy Hodgson has hailed Harry Kane’s emergence as “fantastic” after handing the Tottenham striker a first senior England call-up.Kane has enjoyed a stunning breakout season at White Hart Lane, netting 26 goals in all competitions for the north London club.He is now in line to make his international debut, with the 21-year-old included in a youthful 24-man party for the European Championship qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley next Friday and the friendly with Italy in Turin four days later.“His rise has been fantastic since he broke into the Tottenham squad, he’s done so well,” said Hodgson of Kane, who also boasts a prolific record for the England Under-21s.“It would have been much more of a surprise had he not been selected than him being selected and we’re delighted to welcome him to the fold and try and help him establish himself because he’s like a lot of the players in our squad.“They are young but some of them have gone on, having been given their chance to really establish themselves and we hope that is going to happen for Harry as well. We do know quite a lot about him, not least of all from his work with the Under-21s. I worked with him myself for a period of two or three days when I took charge of the Under-21 team.”With Kane in the squad alongside the likes of Ross Barkley, Daniel Sturridge, Fabian Delph and Kyle Walker, the future looks bright for an England side currently unbeaten in the European qualifiers.But Hodgson was keen to keep thoughts on the present when asked whether he would like to extend his deal beyond 2016.“I want to make certain that I do the job for which I’m currently contracted for to the best of my ability and make sure there are no slip-ups along the way,” he said.“I hope that this team and this group of players will continue to develop. I hope that when we go to France, as I’m sure we will because I believe we will qualify, I believe we’ll be in a good position to give a good account of ourselves and, frankly, I don’t need to look at anything beyond that at the moment.“I’m perfectly happy in my life, I’m happy with where I find myself with the team. I am pleased that the major disappointment of the World Cup has been to some extent put behind us, although it is a memory that will always live with us.“But I also hope that maybe we’ll learn from that and some of the younger players who were there will be stronger in future competitions as a result of that bad experience.”He added: “The fact is it’s a magnificent job and I’m really pleased to have this job and to be given the chance to do this job.“At the moment, the fact that the players and the people who employ me seem comfortable with me and as comfortable with me as I am with them, that’s enough for me.“I don’t need to look further at this stage in my career. We’ll see what transpires, we’ll see what happens and when the day comes we’ll discuss it.“I don’t want to out stay any welcome that’s for sure, we’ll see what happens.” Harry Kane celebrates scoring for Tottenham 1
Seniors & ReservesOur Seniors and Reserves played away to Naomh Brid on Saturday last. Congratulations to the Reserves on defeating their opponents by a margin of 6 points, Naomh Brid 0-6 Gaeil Fhànada 1-9, which now places them just a point behind the top spot with two games in hand. Hard luck to our Seniors who were narrowly defeated – Naomh Brid 1-11 Gaeil Fhánada 2-6.This Saturday 24th both teams are at home (Pairc Uí Shiail) to St. Nauls. Reserves at 5.30pm and Seniors at 7.00pm. Best of luck to both teams! LottoOur Lotto Jackpot now stands at €7600. Get your Lottos in local shops or from any committee member to be in with a chance of winning. Draw take place every Monday night.Table Quiz There will be a Table Quiz this Friday 23rd August in the Fanad Lodge at 10pm in aid of Fhánada. Everyone welcome!Under 6, 8 & 10sUnder 6, 8 and 10s Training this Friday the 23rd in Portsalon @ 6.30pm sharp. Don’t forget your gumshields, waterbottle and €2. Thanks to Senior Players Joe Blaney, Shaun Mc Govern, Oisin Shiels, Ephrim Mc Fadden and the two ladies Lisa Mc Conigley and Teresa Coll who coached the boys and girls last Friday the 16th. Also thanks to Martin who makes sure everything runs smoothly. Three more senior players are coming along this week to pass on their skills to the boys and girls. Word of thanks to Rachel and Edel who took the children’s individual photos. Those who missed out on the photos last week will have them taken over the next few weeks.Under 10sThe Clubs Under 10s are travelling to St. Teresa’s GAA Club in Belfast on Saturday week the 31st to take part in the Annual Under 10 Blitz. Any parent wishing to travel on the bus is welcome to do so at a cost of €5. The bus will be leaving Fanavolty around 7am via Tamney, Rossnakill and Kerrykeel. Final plans will be confirmed after training on Friday evening. For further info contact Martin @ 9163472.Under 16s Our under 16 Team built on last week’s victory against Cloughaneely with another good win over a physically strong Buncrana side in Portsalon on Monday evening by 0-12 to 1-06.Fanad BandHuge congratulations to the Fanad Band on becoming All-Ireland Champions. Well done to everyone involved from all at Gaeil Fhánada.Scrap Saturday Remember to gather up any scrap metal you may have laying around, as Gaeil Fhánada will hold another Scrap Saturday at the end of the summer.GAA NEWS: FANAD GAELS LOTTO HITS €7,600 was last modified: August 20th, 2013 by John2Share 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:600GAA NEWS: FANAD GAELS LOTTO HITS €7
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GallaghermM40Termon26:20155128Greetta ToyewSW26:37156276Leon BoycemJunior26:38157278Lee BoycemJunior26:3815817Niall O ShaughnessymJunior26:38159102Sophie CurranwJuniorCranford A C26:40160181Mike CarrollmM5026:41161265Claire NeiliswSW26:42162262Donna ThompsonwSW26:45163263Robert ThompsonmSM26:46164127Goretti SheridanwW4026:511656Mel O DonnellmSM26:5616671Conor LeemJunior26:59167103Ciara BonnarwJuniorCranford A C27:02168275Victor MurraymJunior27:0416918Shaun SandilandsmSM27:29170109Noelle WhitewW40Cranford A C27:3217152Mary Hegarty BroganwW40Run for Fun27:33172108John Joe DohertymJuniorCranford A C27:4117374Denis SheridanmM4027:4417432Eilish RussellwJunior27:58175210Lexi DivermM40Milford AC28:0317650Evelyn Mc BridewSW28:03177104Molly RoartywJuniorCranford A C28:12178158Eileen DugganwW4028:2817946Conor GallaghermJunior28:29180206Hilary MoorewW40Milford AC28:3318167Sinead Mctaggartww40Milford AC28:4418279Annette RodgerswSW28:4818386Nora Mc FaddenwSW28:55184166Darragh RussellmJunior28:55185269Joanne KilmartinwW4028:5818685Nigal KeownmM4029:01187217Linda Mc GroartywSWRun for Fun29:05188101Caoilan CurranmJuniorCranford A C29:0718963Liam SweeneymJunior29:07190130Claire MurraywSWCranford A C29:0719137Pauline DohertywSW29:09192185Anne DohertywW60Milford AC29:1219321Eileen PinderwJuniorLetterkenny A.C.29:42194260Aoife KellywSW30:54195209Ellie SimmswJuniorMilford AC30:57196208Andrew SimmsmsmMilford AC30:58197165Margorie RussellwSW31:24198157Josephine KellywSW31:4119935Emma Mc GeehanwSW31:42200211Conor MolloymSM31:4620122Mairead PinderwJuniorLetterkenny A.C.31:4920290Michelle KellywSW31:56203196Kathleen Mc CourtwW4032:002045Michelle DohertywSW32:12205156Oisin FordemJunior32:33206195Fiona Mc ConnellwW4032:3420734Grace DohertywJunior33:21208105Victoria LeewJuniorCranford A C33:29209177Toby TaylormJunior33:3721048Fidelama Mc BreartywSWRun for Fun33:39211162Ronan O’donnellmSM33:43212212Jason Mc LaughlinmJunior34:16213115Michelle RankinwSW247 Triathalon Club34:53214124Ciara MurraywJunior247 Triathalon Club35:332151Enda Mc GettiganmJuniorLetterkenny A.C.35:42216285Gerry Mc Taggartmm5035:4321739Connell DohertywJunior36:34218194Frances Mc BridewW4036:5621999Kevin Mc GettiganmJuniorLetterkenny A.C.37:072207Hannah O NeillwJunior37:33221264Caoimhe ThompsonwJunior38:5922254Jennie McgettiganwJunior40:09223191Lorcan CallaghanmJunior43:34224120Mikey Mc DonnellmJunior247 Triathalon Club43:56225100Mary NeiliswSW44:38226259Laura CannonwSW54:18KILMACRENNAN NATIONAL SCHOOL 5K RESULTS was last modified: May 13th, 2015 by John2Share 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:Kilmacrennan 5K