Politics chose me – Powell

first_imgHaving championed the West Indies cricket team’s cause for seven years, former fast bowler-turned politician Daren Powell contends that he is ready to bowl the People’s National Party (PNP) to victory and unseat incumbent J.C. Hutchinson as member of Parliament for North West St Elizabeth.Powell took 85 Test wickets and 71 one-day international wickets in 37 and 55 matches, respectively.He believes that his “love for people” has destined him to represent them and is ready to deliver.”It’s not me who chose it (politics). Based on what I used to do in the community as a cricketer, people always loved me and showed me respect. People always ask me why I don’t go into representational politics and represent them,” he shared with The Gleaner.”In 2012, South East St Elizabeth Member of Parliament Richard Parchment was passing through on a motorcade and the people stopped him and appointed him their new representative,” Powell recalled.”It is not based on anything – just how I live with the people. I have a passion for people and my community. I always do a lot for people and I have a passion for youth,” he shared.”I am weak for people who are very sick,” Powell said of a recent visit to the Black River Hospital in St Elizabeth.While being respectful of his challenger, who has seen as many as 6,438 persons voting for him in 2007 and 5,689 in 2011, Powell said that he has no fear of the political veteran.”He has been around for some 20-odd years. He is not somebody easily beaten, but that constituency is lacking in many things – infrastructure, growth, and opportunities for the youth. One thing is for certain, I am more confident now about winning than when I just started,” stressed Powell.The PNP last won the seat in 1993 when Melford Brown was voted as MP. Since then, it has been the Hutchinson show.”Victory for the PNP! Victory for North West St Elizabeth and those who support change! I will take it home for the PNP,” Powell predicted.last_img read more

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Orpheus primed for Lotto Classic

first_imgTHE 76th running of the Lotto Classic for the Governor’s Cup over 2000 metres takes centre stage at Caymanas Park today, with 12 native bred three-year-olds slated to face the starter, including ante-post favourite ORPHEUS.Of significance is the fact that all three classic winners so far this season have bypassed the race. They are the Post to Post 2000 Guineas winner, FUTURE KING, the 1000 Guineas winner, NUCLEAR AFFAIR, as well as the Caribbean Choice Oaks winner, A THOUSAND STARS.Still, there is enough talent in the quartet of ORPHEUS, CHACE THE GREAT, BIGDADDYKOOL and not least, the progressive roan gelding, MR. DOITBETTA, to ensure keen competition.Topline trainer Anthony ‘Baba’ Nunes holds a particularly strong hand with ORPHEUS and BIGDADDYKOOL, second and fourth, respectively, to FUTURE KING in the April 9 Post to Post 2000 Guineas over a mile.There was a lot to like about the manner in which ORPHEUS came home in the Guineas, closing real fast on FUTURE KING in the dying stages to lose by a length, with the front running CHACE THE GREAT close up in third.ON the strength of that performance, ORPHEUS, with big-race jockey Shane Ellis retaining the ride, should start a firm favourite, especially after his fast-time runaway win over CHACE THE GREAT at 1820 metres on May 11 when clocking 1:54.3.ORPHEUS (56.0kg) is expected to have the measure of topweight CHACE THE GREAT over this trip once again, while he strikes me as a better horse at this stage than stable companion BIGDADDYKOOL.The big headache for ORPHEUS comes in the form of the Lorenzo Robinson-trained, owned and bred MR. DOITBETTA, who is coming off back-to-back runaway wins going two turns.The son of Vibank-Olympic Advice has looked better and better in recent months, culminating in his 13-length victory over BABY P at 1820 metres on April 24, clocking a decent 1:57.2 in the process; and could be anything.Trainer Robinson is expressing supreme confidence in MR. DOITBETTA, claiming his charge “has not only looked sharp at exercise, but is conveniently placed in the scales with 53.0kg to carry the fight successfully, as he stays forever”.The trainer has seen it fit to stick with the promising apprentice, Hakeem Pottinger, noting that the second generation rider knows him best, having won back-to-back races with him in recent weeks.Despite his good claims, one cannot lose sight of the fact that ORPHEUS has turned in two quality performances on the last two occasions and remembering his 1:54.3, Elias Haloute’s chestnut colt by Adore The Gold out of La Reina should use the Lotto Classic as a stepping stone to derby glory.Other firm fancies on the 12-race programme – which commences at 11:15 a.m. – are champion sprinter POKER STAR to win the $1.5 million Lotto Sprint Trophy; EL CLIENTE in the opening Lotto Championship Trophy; BATIDOR DE MUNDO in the second; RUBY ROSE to go one better in the sixth; as well as BIRD CATCHER in the ninth; and ALL CORRECT in the 12th and final.last_img read more

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Confident Tim Reed eyes Ironman 70.3 three-peat in ‘amazing’ Cebu

first_imgTim Reed. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLAPU-LAPU CITY — Brimming with confidence, Tim Reed believes that he’s in the best shape of his life this time of the year.“I’m extremely fit. I build my season getting strong for this and I’m ready to race,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Still, Reed is defiant as he looks forward to racing through the picturesque Cebu landscape anew“I think the biggest thing is the energy of this place. What I like is the atmosphere because you can feel the enthusiasm in the Philippines that you don’t find anywhere in the world. We sense it and feel it and that makes racing more enjoyable. The whole experience is something to take it on and think, ‘Wow, it’s so amazing!’ The atmosphere is really the biggest factor,” he said.Also part of the elite pros partaking in the race are David Mainwaring, Alexander Polizzi and Luke Bell of Australia, Brad Williams and Iain Alexandridis of USA, Braden Currie, Eddie Rawles and Callum Millward of New Zealand, Jakub Langhammer of Czech Republic, Johan Stofberg of South Africa, Jonathan Ciavatella of Italy, and Eric Watson of Bahrain.In the women’s division, Dimity Lee Duke emerges as the woman-to-beat, but she will face a tough challenge from fellow Aussies Jacqueline Thisleton, Alise Selsmark, Kirra Seidel, Monica Juhart and Kerry Mulholland, Hungarian Anna Eberhardt, Kiwi Amelia Watkinson, and Filipina bet Kim Kilgroe.Over 2,600 entries from a record 51 countries have are set to race in the grueling 70.3-kilometer leg which will start and end at Shangri-La Mactan Resort and Spa.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return The Australian triathlete needs all the positivity he could get as he seeks to reign for the third straight year in Cebu on Sunday in the Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines at Shangri-La Mactan here.Instead of being rattled, Reed could only be excited as he takes on a tough field out to deny him of the rare three-peat.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“I saw the start list and that makes me excited,” he said. “When you got good guys alongside you, it pushes you to a level you wouldn’t do if they weren’t there. We’ll make each other race a lot better.”Fellow Aussies Tim Van Berkel and Sam Betten lead the biggest threats to Reed’s throne, together with 2016 Xterra world champion Mauricio Mendez of Mexico, Olympian Brent McMahon of Canada, and 12-time New Zealand Ironman winner Cameron Brown. Not only is the top $5,000 purse at stake in the men’s and women’s divisions, but also 30 slots for the 2018 Ironman World Championship in Mandela Bay, South Africa next year.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur Celebrities put their hard work to the test in Cobra Ironman 70.3 LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend MOST READlast_img read more

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ONE: Gina Iniong confident she has edge in striking vs Malaysian rising star Jihin Radzuan

first_imgGretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college 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 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? “Gina might be saying that based on my previous matches where I did not perform well from my striking, but people close to me know I’ve been active in kickboxing, Muay Thai, and boxing,” Jihin, an accomplished wushu practictioner, said.READ: ONE: Gina Iniong bounces back, outwits Taiwanese foe“If she chooses to stand and take me on, I’ve got no problem.”Iniong, though, no doubt has a more extensive resume that includes fights against top names in her division.And she plans to exploit her veteran advantage and try to end the fight early against Jihin, especially with a shot at the atomweight belt within reach.ADVERTISEMENT “I predict that our match will end in the second round through ground and pound,” said Iniong.Jihin refused to give any predictions.“I’m not going to predict or expect anything from this match. She is the more experienced opponent, and she will put on a performance. However, I do not doubt my abilities and cannot look down on myself coming into the match,” Jihin stated.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history She may be facing a fellow wushu champion, but Team Lakay bet Gina Iniong is confident she still has the upper hand against Jihin Radzuan in their ONE women’s atomweight bout on Saturday in Bangkok.Expecting a striking battle against the Malaysian rising star in ONE: Clash of Legends, Iniong believes she has the edge in that department.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title LATEST STORIES MOST READ “Jihin’s weakness is her striking,” said Iniong, a six-time Philippine Wushu Champion.READ: Team Lakay’s Gina Iniong determined to get back into ONE title contentionFEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs“My game plan in our bout is, if we end up striking, we will strike with each other. If we end up on the ground, I will also play on the ground.”Jihin, who is undefeated in four fights, is eager to disprove Ininong’s observation. Man United finances show firing Mourinho cost $25 millionlast_img read more

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Will This Election Be Entirely Legal?

first_imgBy Ernest Duku JallahThere is a huge impossibility that the forthcoming election will be practically lawful because the laws which should render it otherwise are either being underestimated or evaded.It is not totally strange for a Liberian election to dodge definite provisions of the constitution; for example, the Electoral Reform Law of 2004 suspended multiple constitutional guidelines and moderated the elections of 2005 with flimsy electoral regulations.The case is barely the same this year, except that this election would potentially be held absolutely outside extra constitutional arrangements and subsidiary legal provisions without any guarantee from the laws.Our constitution mandates an election for public servants after every six and nine years and also prescribes specific qualifications for those opting to serve the public interest. The most basic of these qualifications is to be a Negro who was born or naturalized in Liberia and who also is not a citizen of another country (article 22.1, Alien and Naturalization Law).This law has not been regularly granted the required consideration, as multiple persons with an expressed citizenship of another country have perennially participated in our elections.There is yet not a proof of records suggesting that top political aspirants have given up their other citizenships; George Weah has not relinquished his French citizenship, neither have Mills Jones or Alexander Cummings resigned their rights to American citizenship.By law, everyone who holds the citizenship of another country must not be allowed to access the rights of running for a public seat or participate in an election; but, considering the prevailing trend, the odds of barring Weah, Cummings or Jones from contesting is beyond the skies.Another potential break with the law comes with the law itself.In 2005 and 2011, the constitution’s oversight in our elections was suspended and a reformed elections law was contrived in 2014, with thorough modifications to the old laws.The Elections Law of 2004 suspended all constitutional provisions which prescribed the domicile status of a qualified aspirant (articles 52(c), 30(b), and 80(d)), but the Reformed Elections law of 2014 altered the domicile law by limiting the domicile requirement for all those seeking elective post to one year (section 3.1) as opposed to the constitutional requirement of ten years for presidential aspirants.Section 3A of the “New elections Law of 2014” states: “A person qualified to be registered to vote may be a candidate in an election for all elected offices if he/she is domiciled in the constituency for which he or she will be a candidate for at least one year, that is to say twelve (12) months prior to Election day, and be a regular tax payer.”Article 52(c) of our sovereign constitution states: “No person shall be eligible to hold the office of President or Vice President unless that person is a resident in the Republic of Liberia ten years prior to his election…”Section 3A of the “New Elections Law” is an essential contravention of the constitution and therefore it should be rendered illegal according to Article 52 of our constitution.Another reason why this election might be illegal is because the implications of fully applying the much flaunted Code of Conduct are quite disturbing.The implementation of the Code of Conduct must also come with impeachment of the President, who earlier in March disregarded Article 9.7 of the law with the nomination of her son, Charles Sirleaf, to serve his “second and last term” as Deputy Central Bank Governor.Article 9.7 of the Code of Conduct states: “A public official must not appoint, employ, promote, advance or advocate for appointment, employment, promotion, or advancement, in a civilian or military position in the agency or branch of Government in which he or she is serving or have the jurisdiction or control any individual who is a relative…Upon being declared guilty in accordance with due process, the appointing authority shall be subject to dismissal, suspension or impeachment in accordance with due process.”The president should be dismissed for breaking the laws but this don’t seem conceivable as debates around the implementation of the Code are not flowing that way.This election will not be entirely legal unless the laws apply; but as it stands, applying the laws will exert forces which our systems cannot cope with.The author is a youth leader and activist. He is also a student of the University of Liberia and a member of the indomitable Student Integration Movement.He can be reached at dukujallah2041@yahoo.com or on his personal phone: (231)776969681/888523565 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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Fort St. John discussion centres on fisheries

first_imgOnly a handful of residents attended a public meeting held by the Pacific Fisheries Resource Conservation Council in Fort St. John on Wednesday night.The Council has been travelling across B.C. attempting to start a dialogue with residents regarding salmon and trout fisheries management.- Advertisement -Approximately six residents came out to discuss what they felt were some of their biggest concerns affecting fish populations in the Fort St. John area. Residents discussed an apparent decline in certain fish populations, a decrease in the number of conservation officers in the area and their concerns regarding how fish might be affected if the proposed Site C dam is built.Neil Thompson said he has been a long-time resident in the area and that he has seen a noticeable decline in the grayling fish population over the past few years in Williston Lake.One of the recurring themes at the meeting surrounded the proposed Site C dam. Residents brought up the fact that, if the dam is built, they would like to see provisions made so that fish will be able to easily move past the dam, without being affected by its turbines.Furthermore, Thompson brought up his concerns about how if the Site C dam is built, part of the project would include flooding the City’s dump. He said he’s worried toxic materials could leach into the water system, affecting fish and wildlife populations, as well as city drinking water.Advertisement Jake Hughson was another resident at the meeting who brought up a concern regarding how residents were being warned about the high current mercury levels in fish populations in the area.Certain residents also expressed their concerns about the volume of water being used by the oil and gas industry for fracking and how that volume can affect water levels in the various rivers in the area, affecting fish populations and their habitats.The second part of the public meeting involved residents drawing out a map of the Fort St. John area and surrounding water systems. Residents were asked to label any areas they were concerned about.All information brought up at the province-wide public meetings will be compiled and presented to both the federal fisheries minister as well as the provincial minister.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Ovella drafted in as U20 depart for Rwanda

first_img“For me, this is not mission impossible. We have a very genuine chance of progressing to the next round and we have worked to improve the finishing which was a problem in the first leg. The players we have brought in have that experience to help us,” Okumbi told Capital Sport before the team departed.Harambee Stars head coach Stanley Okumbi feeds instructions to skipper Alpha Onyango during their African Under-20 Cup of Nations qualifer against Rwanda at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on April 1, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluBut, despite strengthening with fresh legs, Okumbi will miss the services of Musa Masika, younger brother to Harambee Stars winger Ayub Timbe.Masika picked up a knee injury in the first leg which ended 1-1 and has failed to recover in time for Saturday’s return leg to be played at the Stade Nyamirambo in Kigali.“In the first leg, I feel we didn’t play to our potential. Our best players didn’t rise to the occasion. If we add at least 20 percent to that effort, I have no doubt that we will progress,” the coach further stated.Kenya football U20 football team posing for a Team Photo.Photo/TIMOTHY OLOBULUThe Emerging Stars will need either a high scoring draw or an outright win to qualify with the Rwandese having complicated matters with a late away goal in Machakos three weeks ago.“Rwanda is a very tough team but we have done our homework right. We know what to do to win and playing in an artificial turf will be comfortable for us because we have trained well on the same surface,” the coach further added.Kenya will be trying its luck to get past the first round of qualification with the last effort in 2016 ending in the first round after disqualification having fielded five players who exceeded the requisite age by a few months.It was later found out to have been an administrative issue and Kenya survived a ban. They had held Sudan to a 1-1 draw away and were looking to finish the job in Nairobi only for the Sudanese to file a successful appeal.Traveling TeamGoalkeepers; Humphrey Katasi (Nzoia Sugar), Bryan Bwire (Kariobangi Sharks)Defenders; Yusuf Mainge (AFC Leopards), Moses Mudavadi (St Anthony Kitale), Ezekiel Nyati (KCB), Boniface Onyango (Kakamega High), Brian Wepo (AcaKoro), Thomas Teka (Nzoia Sugar).Midfielders; Ndemi Keegan (Bandari FC), Erick Kipkirui (Kariobangi Sharks), Richard Odada (Unattached), Alpha Onyango (Gor Mahia), Fidel Origa (Kariobangi Sharks), Vincent Wasambo (Kariobangi Sharks), Patrick Otieno (Nzoia Sugar).Forwards; Sydney Lokale (Kariobangi Sharks), John Mwangi (Mathare United FC), Abraham Dawo (Police FC), Ovella Ochieng (Kariobangi Sharks), Austin Ochieng (Kayole Youth).0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Harambee Stars players celebrate Ovella Ochieng’s first half goal against Zanzibar during the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup final on December 17, 2017. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, KENYA, Apr 19- Kariobangi Sharks forward Ovellah Ochieng, Mathare United’s John ‘Mavado’ Mwangi and Nzoia Sugar’s Patrick Otieno have been drafted into the Kenya squad that departs for Kigali on Thursday afternoon for their 2019 African Cup of Nations Under-20 qualifier return leg against hosts Rwanda on Saturday.Head coach Stanley Okumbi has moved in to doctor a forward line that proved ill in the first leg missing chance after chance as they aim winning in Kigali to advance to second round tie against Zambia scheduled for May.last_img read more

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FOR THE RECORD Punter gets a sentence of 7 years

first_imgHe spoke briefly Tuesday, thanking family and friends for their support and then offering an apology. “I am very sorry to everyone for any pain and suffering you’ve endured. My hopes and prayers are to Mr. Mendoza and his family that they don’t suffer anymore as a result of this ordeal,” he said. At the trial, Mendoza testified he could not see who attacked him in the dimly lighted parking lot. The assailant was dressed in black from head to toe and had a hood cinched up so only the eyes were visible. Mendoza said he was convinced Cozad wanted to kill him. “Even though he wasn’t convicted of it, his intentions were clear,” Mendoza said, fighting tears. “I’ll never forget that. I’ve spent long nights since then waking up in a cold sweat, having nightmares, thinking I was going through that again.” ETC.: Pitt basketball player Levance Fields will spend nine months on probation in a special program for first-time offenders to settle criminal charges stemming from a scuffle with police, his attorney said. Fields, a junior point guard, was charged with aggravated assault, public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and other counts after the Sept. 16 altercation outside a nightclub. Authorities dropped all the charges, except for simple assault. Motorsports Dario Franchitti’s much-anticipated move to stock cars will begin Friday with an ARCA race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. The 2007 Indy 500 winner and IndyCar Series champion has agreed to a multiyear deal to replace David Stremme in the No. 40 Dodge for NASCAR’s Chip Ganassi Racing. ETC.: The Indianapolis 500 purse will be at least $13.4 million next year, an increase of $2.7 million from this year’s record payout and the biggest one-year jump in the race’s 91-year history. The winner also will receive at least $2.5 million, some 42 percent more than the record $1.76 million paid to Buddy Rice in 2004. Tennis Serena Williams overwhelmed Zuzana Ondruska, 6-0, 6-0, in the first round of the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany. Also, 18-year-old Agnieszka Radwanska defeated Wimbledon runner-up Marion Bartoli, 0-6, 6-2, 6-1. Defending champion Nadia Petrova beat German wild card Tatjana Malek, 2-6, 6-1, 6-1. ETC.: Top-seeded Venus Williams coasted to a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Jill Craybas in the first round, then overpowered Long Beach’s Vania King, 6-0, 6-4, today to advance to the quarterfinals of the Japan Open in Tokyo. In men’s first-round matches, American Justin Gimelstob advanced with a 6-4, 7-5 win over Lukasz Kubot of Poland, while Vincent Spadea downed fellow American Amer Delic, 6-3, 6-1. … Qualifier Evgeny Korolev upset fifth-seeded Potito Starace of Italy, 6-3, 6-3, in the first round of the Open de Moselle in Metz, France. Boxing Middleweight boxer Joey Gilbert was “shocked” by a report he tested positive for a combination of illegal substances and will launch an independent probe to clear his name before the Nevada Athletic Commission, his publicist said. Gilbert has been temporarily suspended pending his appearance before the five-member commission to answer for the positive tests, including a steroid, methamphetamine and amphetamine, the Reno Gazette-Journal reported on its Web site. Gilbert, 31, gained international attention on the NBC reality series “The Contender,” which aired in 2005. A licensed lawyer who was a three-time national collegiate champion at Nevada, he has a 16-1 record with 12 knockouts as a professional. Basketball The Washington Mystics removed the interim tag from Coach Tree Rollins’ title after he led the team into playoff contention after Richie Adubato resigned in June following an 0-4 start. Soccer American midfielder DaMarcus Beasley became the first American to score for different teams in the European Champions League and assisted on another goal, helping Glasgow Rangers to a 3-0 upset victory at Lyon in the first round of the European Champions League. Manchester United, Arsenal and Internazionale of Milan also won in their second games of the opening round. Beasley scored three goals for PSV Eindhoven during the 2004-05 Champions League. ETC.: Ramon Morales scored a goal as Chivas de Guadalajara advanced to the Copa Sudamericana quarterfinals with a 1-0 victory against DC United in Guadalajara, Mexico. College sports Jessica Gysin racked up 19 kills and 19 digs as the No. 4-ranked USC women’s volleyball team rallied to defeat visiting UC Irvine, 27-30, 28-30, 30-26, 30-26, 15-5. Asia Kaczor added 20 kills for the Trojans (14-1), while Taylor Carico (Mira Costa High) piled up 57 assists, six kills and seven digs. Kari Pestolesi had 22 kills and 18 digs for the Anteaters (12-6). ETC.: David Estrada scored in the 37th minute to lead the UCLA men’s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over visiting San Diego. Brian Perk had four saves for the Bruins (4-4-1). … Yvonne Vasquez scored in the 79th minute to lead the host Cal State Dominguez Hills women’s soccer team over Western Washington, 2-1. Corrie Horikawa (North Torrance) scored for the Toros (8-1-3) in the 31st minute. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From news services Former Northern Colorado backup punter Mitch Cozad was sentenced to seven years in prison Tuesday in Greeley, Colo., for stabbing a rival in what prosecutors said was a brutal attempt to take over the starter’s role. Prosecutors said Cozad ambushed starting punter Rafael Mendoza on the night of Sept. 11, 2006. Mendoza was left with a deep gash in his kicking leg but later returned to the team. Cozad was convicted in August of second-degree assault but acquitted of the more serious charge of attempted first-degree murder. The 22-year-old Cozad, of Wheatland, Wyo., faced up to 16 years in prison on the assault conviction. last_img read more

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RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE CARA BUNDORAN 10 CHALLENGE

first_imgOlympian Danny McDaid and Cllr Sean McEniff get today’s race underwayHUNDREDS of runners and walkers took place in the annual Cara Bundoran Challenge today – competing in both 10-mile and 10km events.The 10mile race attracted the most entries – the traditional distance for the traditional March race, but more than 200 also competed over 10km.Richard Gorman took the honours in the 10m race. All the results from the 10m and 10km are below:  Pl.NameYOBClub/City/CountryCat.Subcat.#NetGross1» RICHARD GORMANMaleMaleS1225(55:48)55:482» Pauric McKinneyMaleMale401735(55:53)55:533» Gerard GallagherMaleMaleS1191(55:59)55:594» Paul WardMaleMale401617(56:24)56:245» Daniel HanniganMaleMaleS1237(58:20)58:206» michael murphyMaleMaleS1495(58:21)58:217» Seamus SomersMaleMaleS1589(58:30)58:308» Michael FinneganMaleMaleS1683(58:47)58:479» James CrampseyMaleMale401075(58:50)58:5010» Damian McGintyMaleMale501680(58:55)58:5511» Adam CookeMaleMaleS1692(58:57)58:5812» Dessie DuffyMaleMaleS1701(59:00)59:0013» Benny McDaidMaleMaleS1407(59:01)59:0714» Eoin McManusMaleMaleS1655(59:22)59:2215» Brian CrossanMaleMaleS1749(59:29)59:2916» Michael O’ConnellMaleMale401520(59:32)59:3217» Andrew frielMaleMaleS1172(59:49)59:4918» Aidan McMorelandMaleMaleS1456(1:00:08)1:00:1019» conor Mc CarrollMaleMaleS1349(1:00:15)1:00:1520» Barry MeehanMaleMaleS1462(1:00:26)1:00:2621» Chris McGuiganMaleMale401670(1:00:29)1:00:2922» Noel DiverMaleMaleS1110(1:00:29)1:00:2923» Shaun McShaneMaleMaleS1695(1:00:31)1:00:3324» Neil FaulknerMaleMale401656(1:00:44)1:00:4425» Shane Mc NultyMaleMaleS1382(1:01:05)1:01:0526» Shane BradyMaleMaleJ1024(1:01:22)1:01:2227» Derek SomervilleMaleMale401689(1:01:28)1:01:2828» Dave SweeneyMaleMaleS1598(1:01:35)1:01:3729» Aidan CallaghanMaleMaleS1747(1:01:43)1:01:4330» Garry GallagherMaleMale401688(1:01:47)1:01:4731» Alan ClarkeMaleMaleS1702(1:01:59)1:01:5932» Fiona StackFemaleFemaleS1593(1:02:10)1:02:1033» Brian FerryMaleMaleS1751(1:02:24)1:02:2434» Shane DohertyMaleMaleS1730(1:02:28)1:02:2835» Paul MortonMaleMale401486(1:02:32)1:02:3236» Joe NevinMaleMaleS1501(1:03:07)1:03:1537» Neal HigginsMaleMaleS1258(1:03:28)1:03:2838» Patrick MahonMaleMaleS1684(1:03:36)1:03:3639» Declan GillespieMaleMale401635(1:03:47)1:03:5540» Gary O’DonnellMaleMaleS1681(1:04:03)1:04:0341» damien kennedyMaleMaleS1286(1:04:08)1:04:0842» Raymond BirchMaleMaleS1750(1:04:14)1:04:1443» Andrew DuffyMaleMaleS1137(1:04:18)1:04:1844» ROY KELLYMaleMaleS1282(1:04:24)1:04:2445» Niall BarryMaleMaleS1742(1:04:33)1:04:3346» Angela SpeightFemaleFemaleS1712(1:04:29)1:04:3647» Gerard DohertyMaleMaleS1731(1:05:02)1:05:0248» Diarmaid Mac a’ChairdMaleMaleJ1642(1:05:15)1:05:1749» Kevin KiernanMaleMaleS1294(1:05:26)1:05:2850» Mark McCarronMaleMale401678(1:05:38)1:05:3851» Kevin O’DohertyMaleMale401685(1:05:38)1:05:3852» Lucy BrennanFemaleFemale501027(1:05:39)1:05:4053» Andrew BatesMaleMaleS1006(1:05:28)1:05:4754» Nigel BuchananMaleMaleS1033(1:05:53)1:05:5755» Brendan BrettMaleMale401704(1:05:57)1:05:5856» Paul MurrayMaleMaleS1675(1:06:33)1:06:3657» Wojciech TerleckiMaleMaleS1716(1:06:39)1:06:4158» Martin DevenneyMaleMaleS1102(1:06:44)1:06:4459» Tara MaloneFemaleFemaleS1334(1:06:37)1:06:4460» Noeleen MerrittFemaleFemale401468(1:06:44)1:06:4461» Claire McGuiganFemaleFemaleS1694(1:06:48)1:06:4862» finbarr gallagherMaleMale401186(1:06:48)1:06:4863» Fergal DuffyMaleMale401138(1:06:37)1:06:5064» Frankie MulrineMaleMaleS1489(1:06:48)1:06:5065» Paul DeeringMaleMale401096(1:06:57)1:06:5766» Maeve LoughlinFemaleFemaleS1319(1:06:57)1:07:0167» Seamus Mc CallionMaleMale501346(1:07:03)1:07:0368» Paul McMonagleMaleMaleS1455(1:07:05)1:07:0569» John CoyleMaleMaleS1069(1:07:09)1:07:1070» Gary GallagherMaleMaleS1189(1:07:10)1:07:1071» John ConlonMaleMaleS1059(1:07:13)1:07:1372» David PorterMaleMaleS1553(1:07:07)1:07:1573» Brian McCabeMaleMaleS1672(1:07:22)1:07:2874» Lawrence O’DowdMaleMaleS1708(1:07:21)1:07:2875» Barry MaloneMaleMaleS1333(1:07:26)1:07:3176» Michael DeveneyMaleMale401100(1:07:42)1:07:4277» James MckeeMaleMaleS1448(1:07:45)1:08:0778» Ronan McIntyreMaleMaleS1447(1:08:28)1:08:3579» Alan GilmartinMaleMaleS1218(1:08:42)1:08:4280» Patrick Mc glynnMaleMaleS1425(1:08:42)1:08:4281» Clive BoyceMaleMaleS1693(1:08:41)1:08:4882» Sarah HealyFemaleFemaleS1248(1:08:37)1:08:5883» Dave GoldenMaleMale401734(1:08:56)1:08:5984» Rory O’DonnellMaleMaleS1527(1:08:49)1:09:0485» Brendan McDyerMaleMaleS1713(1:09:04)1:09:0686» Conor PattonMaleMaleJ1547(1:08:58)1:09:0687» Adrian LeonardMaleMale401311(1:08:48)1:09:0788» Sean McEwenMaleMaleS1418(1:09:07)1:09:0889» James LynchMaleMaleJ2073(1:08:35)1:09:0990» Graeme ColhounMaleMaleS1057(1:09:10)1:09:1291» Mark McGowanMaleMale401432(1:09:05)1:09:1492» Noel HoeyMaleMale401261(1:09:09)1:09:1493» peter mcaleerMaleMale401388(1:09:25)1:09:2594» paul cosgroveMaleMale401067(1:09:33)1:09:3395» Andy HamiltonMaleMale401234(1:09:33)1:09:3596» Connor Mc GuinnessMaleMaleS1375(1:09:35)1:09:3997» Enda McGuinnessMaleMale401721(1:09:36)1:09:3998» Garuan MulliganMaleMaleS1746(1:09:32)1:09:4499» Martin McCabeMaleMaleS1392(1:09:42)1:09:49100» joe staggMaleMale501594(1:09:50)1:09:56101» Tony HegartyMaleMale401250(1:10:21)1:10:23102» Roseanne O’ReillyFemaleFemale401538(1:10:28)1:10:28103» John KaneMaleMale401271(1:10:16)1:10:30104» Nicky DaveyMaleMaleS1092(1:10:17)1:10:35105» Dermot McGinleyMaleMaleS1667(1:10:45)1:10:52106» Brian JohnstonMaleMale401269(1:10:53)1:10:58107» Karen DolanFemaleFemale401664(1:10:56)1:11:00108» Padraig McCronnigleMaleMaleS1639(1:10:59)1:11:01109» Paul McGeeMaleMaleS1423(1:10:55)1:11:06110» fergal killeenMaleMaleS1298(1:10:59)1:11:13111» Rory O ConnorMaleMaleS1509(1:11:09)1:11:18112» Christy McMonagaleMaleMale601454(1:11:17)1:11:19113» gerard campbellMaleMale401043(1:11:26)1:11:26114» Liam HegartyMaleMaleJ1249(1:11:24)1:11:32115» Manus McHughMaleMaleS1697(1:11:32)1:11:49116» John Kilgallen1979SkreenMaleMaleS1761(1:11:48)1:11:50117» Marie BoyleFemaleFemaleS1714(1:11:51)1:11:51118» Patricia Mc CoskerFemaleFemaleS1353(1:11:56)1:12:03119» Thomas DohertyMaleMale501115(1:12:09)1:12:09120» John NicholsonMaleMaleS1503(1:12:09)1:12:11121» David HanleyMaleMaleS1752(1:11:42)1:12:12122» Gerard MullenMaleMale401488(1:12:29)1:12:29123» Brendan MurphyMaleMale401682(1:12:35)1:12:38124» Neil MonahanMaleMaleS1477(1:12:38)1:12:39125» Theresa DohertyFemaleFemaleS1118(1:12:40)1:12:47126» malcolm browneMaleMale401031(1:12:38)1:12:51127» Manus DalyMaleMale401090(1:12:58)1:12:59128» Cecil WhitesideMaleMale401625(1:12:36)1:13:05129» Lisa MurphyFemaleFemaleS1496(1:13:05)1:13:08130» John MolloyMaleMale501471(1:13:11)1:13:11131» Brendan WatersMaleMaleS1619(1:13:10)1:13:14132» John MolloyMaleMale501473(1:13:07)1:13:18133» Daragh CallaghanMaleMale401042(1:13:04)1:13:18134» Fintan WhelanMaleMaleS1657(1:13:33)1:13:34135» Colm ClancyMaleMaleS1053(1:13:29)1:13:36136» Stephen TraversMaleMale401608(1:13:39)1:13:39137» monica mc granaghanFemaleFemaleS1373(1:13:42)1:13:42138» Elizabeth Mc DaidFemaleFemaleS1358(1:13:34)1:13:42139» brian mccreaMaleMaleS1404(1:13:28)1:13:45140» Liam BromleyMaleMale401030(1:13:43)1:13:46141» Sean WhelanMaleMale601623(1:13:47)1:13:47142» Deirdre HaigneyFemaleFemaleS1710(1:13:29)1:13:51143» paul mc glincheyMaleMaleS1367(1:13:43)1:13:53144» Marcus WhiteMaleMale401624(1:13:50)1:13:59145» Sean Mc CaffreyMaleMaleS1345(1:13:40)1:14:01146» Glen McGeeMaleMaleS1422(1:13:54)1:14:02147» Paul McdevittMaleMale401413(1:13:51)1:14:03148» Darrell Mc NernMaleMaleS1380(1:13:33)1:14:03149» Stephen FowleyMaleMaleS1745(1:13:54)1:14:04150» Barry GallagherMaleMale401185(1:14:01)1:14:05151» Stephen BurnsMaleMaleS1037(1:14:05)1:14:06152» Owen BonnerMaleMale401015(1:13:52)1:14:10153» Julie McMullinFemaleFemale401458(1:14:04)1:14:11154» Pius McCarneyMaleMaleS1396(1:13:55)1:14:12155» catherine DonlonFemaleFemaleS1125(1:14:04)1:14:13156» RONAN O’REILLYMaleMaleS1539(1:13:51)1:14:14157» Enda WhelanMaleMale601622(1:14:18)1:14:18158» Cliodhna DunneFemaleFemaleS1142(1:14:17)1:14:18159» John Mc gettiganMaleMaleS1365(1:14:19)1:14:21160» Martin GallagherMaleMaleS1638(1:14:13)1:14:25161» Shaun ColhounMaleMale401056(1:14:15)1:14:26162» Barry DuffyMaleMale401139(1:14:27)1:14:28163» Deirdre Ni DhuibhirFemaleFemaleS1502(1:14:28)1:14:29164» Conor HayesMaleMale401244(1:14:31)1:14:31165» Adrian BurnsMaleMaleS1035(1:14:27)1:14:33166» gerard crawfordMaleMaleS1076(1:14:35)1:14:35167» Cormac McLoughlin1993FermanaghMaleMaleS1756(1:14:30)1:14:37168» conor healyMaleMale401247(1:14:08)1:14:38169» Ciaran BovairdMaleMale401016(1:14:35)1:14:42170» andrea kennedyFemaleFemale401287(1:14:28)1:14:43171» Michael RoulstonsMaleMale501696(1:14:45)1:14:45172» James Morris1483(1:14:35)1:14:46173» Laura MaguireFemaleFemale401740(1:14:52)1:14:53174» Gavin GerrardMaleMaleS1210(1:14:33)1:14:57175» Michael TonryMaleMaleS1606(1:14:50)1:15:01176» John SweeneyMaleMale401597(1:15:01)1:15:01177» Martin MelvinMaleMaleS1465(1:14:58)1:15:02178» Linda LallyFemaleFemaleS1302(1:15:02)1:15:02179» Joe DaveyMaleMale401094(1:14:55)1:15:07180» Niamh NicholsonFemaleFemaleS1504(1:15:09)1:15:09181» Thomas LoughlinMaleMaleS1317(1:15:06)1:15:10182» Gary ReynoldsMaleMaleS1567(1:14:58)1:15:15183» Sean CassidyMaleMale401050(1:15:13)1:15:19184» aidan mcgonigleMaleMaleS1428(1:15:13)1:15:24185» Paul Kelly1979OmaghMaleMaleS1758(1:15:12)1:15:28186» Deirdre DeeringFemaleFemale401097(1:15:28)1:15:29187» Marie SpeightFemaleFemale501715(1:14:55)1:15:29188» PAUL DONNELLYMaleMaleS1130(1:15:00)1:15:30189» Martin DonnellyMaleMale401128(1:14:59)1:15:31190» Sharon MeehanFemaleFemaleS1463(1:15:28)1:15:31191» colin mooneyMaleMaleS1480(1:15:33)1:15:33192» Sharon McGowanFemaleFemale401431(1:15:31)1:15:36193» Philomena GallagherFemaleFemale401182(1:15:38)1:15:41194» Stanley HunterMaleMale401267(1:15:26)1:15:42195» Ita KellyFemaleFemale401280(1:15:34)1:15:45196» Margaret ReidFemaleFemale401566(1:15:46)1:15:46197» Roisin DonagheyFemaleFemaleS1122(1:15:34)1:16:01198» gerard mccaffertyMaleMale401393(1:15:53)1:16:04199» David NeillMaleMaleS1500(1:15:32)1:16:05200» Ciaran GarryMaleMaleS1208(1:15:55)1:16:05201» John O’DellMaleMale401522(1:15:57)1:16:07202» barry mc cannMaleMale501347(1:15:36)1:16:10203» Paddy CroalMaleMale501757(1:16:06)1:16:10204» Tim FlanaganMaleMale401164(1:15:37)1:16:14205» Nick NorthMaleMale501507(1:15:57)1:16:15206» Darren McGwynneMaleMaleS1665(1:16:10)1:16:18207» Catherine McKinleyFemaleFemaleS1736(1:16:24)1:16:27208» Noel KerriganMaleMaleS1293(1:16:25)1:16:28209» John MahonMaleMaleS1332(1:16:01)1:16:32210» Keith McBreartyMaleMaleS1390(1:16:22)1:16:33211» Gabriel Mc CrossanMaleMale401355(1:16:34)1:16:34212» Damien BarrettMaleMaleS1649(1:16:13)1:16:36213» kevin lawlessMaleMaleS1306(1:16:19)1:16:37214» Richard FinneyMaleMaleS1160(1:16:03)1:16:37215» Liam McGintyMaleMale401674(1:16:20)1:16:40216» Mary HippsleyFemaleFemale401260(1:16:19)1:16:40217» Jane McDevittFemaleFemale401412(1:16:38)1:16:52218» Sean O LearyMaleMale501515(1:16:37)1:16:56219» Pauline HenryFemaleFemaleS1252(1:16:57)1:16:57220» Joe GiblinMaleMale401212(1:16:45)1:17:03221» Mary RutledgeFemaleFemale401571(1:16:49)1:17:09222» Daniel DevenneyMaleMaleS1101(1:17:12)1:17:12223» Brian McMullinMaleMale401457(1:17:13)1:17:13224» Jessica GallagherFemaleFemaleS1637(1:17:05)1:17:17225» Cathy McCarthyFemaleFemale401398(1:17:18)1:17:19226» Brendan RasdaleMaleMaleS1563(1:16:57)1:17:21227» Francis MolloyMaleMale501703(1:17:24)1:17:28228» Eoin SmithMaleMale401722(1:16:55)1:17:28229» Caroline SprattFemaleFemale401591(1:17:34)1:17:40230» Niall MulrineMaleMaleS1490(1:17:14)1:17:47231» Ciaran DonnellanMaleMale501126(1:17:36)1:17:52232» Kieran GaviganMaleMale401651(1:17:48)1:17:54233» Rory O’ NeillMaleMaleS1518(1:17:42)1:17:54234» Conor GarrityMaleMaleS1207(1:17:39)1:17:57235» Thomas DuffyMaleMaleS1140(1:17:43)1:17:57236» Paul BoyleMaleMale401709(1:17:27)1:18:01237» Eamon McCahillMaleMale401741(1:17:34)1:18:05238» John CurridMaleMale401088(1:17:51)1:18:13239» David SheehyMaleMaleS1579(1:17:30)1:18:14240» Mary McGuckinFemaleFemale401439(1:18:00)1:18:15241» Sean P CassidyMaleMaleS1049(1:18:07)1:18:19242» RICHARD HANDMaleMale501235(1:17:54)1:18:20243» Joe McAleerMaleMaleS1387(1:17:47)1:18:25244» seamus Mc 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ScahillMaleMaleS1574(1:19:16)1:19:31265» Sean DevlinMaleMale401744(1:18:57)1:19:32266» Kevin CoyleMaleMaleS1070(1:19:32)1:19:32267» Ann DonaghueFemaleFemale501124(1:19:27)1:19:33268» Pauric Mc NernMaleMaleS1381(1:19:13)1:19:34269» Terence McMahonMaleMale401452(1:19:28)1:19:35270» fiona fahey gilmartinFemaleFemaleS1150(1:19:35)1:19:37271» Paul McGrathMaleMale401436(1:19:35)1:19:37272» Noel LynchMaleMale401737(1:19:35)1:19:40273» gloria donagheyFemaleFemale501123(1:19:22)1:19:43274» Bernadette McNeelyFemaleFemale501459(1:19:43)1:19:49275» Dean O’DonnellMaleMaleS1707(1:19:14)1:19:52276» Mark O KaneMaleMaleS1514(1:19:13)1:19:52277» Alexandrea CarrollFemaleFemaleS1047(1:19:43)1:19:52278» colm ferriterMaleMaleS1157(1:19:20)1:19:59279» JULIE WOODFemaleFemale401632(1:20:03)1:20:03280» Lochlawn O’RourkeMaleMale501542(1:19:33)1:20:04281» William ParkeMaleMale601545(1:19:56)1:20:09282» Tony McGourtyMaleMale601429(1:19:44)1:20:11283» Mary Hussey DuffyFemaleFemale401268(1:19:58)1:20:11284» Ian 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Soweto’s new business school

first_imgA young entrepreneur sells fruit tocommuters in the Johannesburg citycentre.(Image: Chris Kirchhoff,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com. For more freephotos, visit the image library.)Wilma den HartighA new entrepreneur academy has been launched at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) Soweto Campus. Given the current uncertainty about the economy, the new facility couldn’t have opened its doors at a better time.The academy will teach business and life skills to needy but deserving young people between the ages of 18 and 27, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.Thandeka Kunene, programme coordinator of the academy, said the goal is to develop both entrepreneurial acumen and self-confidence in students.“If school leavers are equipped with the appropriate skills to start up businesses, they do not have to face the uncertainty of unemployment in the current economic climate,” Kunene said.A recession does not mean that there are no opportunities, she said.“If ordinary people have such skills and they know they can do it, they don’t have to feel helpless. Importantly, they also don’t have to turn to crime,” she said. She is hopeful that those students who start up their own businesses will also in time employ other people.The initiative was pioneered by Raymond Ackerman, chairperson of Pick n Pay. The academy forms part of the recently launched Centre for Small Business Development. The Raymond Ackerman Academy, in partnership with Goldman Sachs, the global investment bank, first opened in 2004 at the University of Cape Town.The programme will accommodate 50 students and run for six months, twice a year. During this time, students have to attend classes where they will receive instruction in life, business and entrepreneur skills. Students also have to get work experience, draw up a business plan and set up a business.Kunene explained that the work experience is a vital component of the six-month programme. In partnership with a placement agency, the academy will assess each person’s area of interest and place the student accordingly.“Once the work experience is completed, they receive feedback on what makes them employable or not. Some students will eventually even stay on in that job,” she said.Students also have the opportunity to present their business plans produced throughout the duration of the course to a panel of academics, successful entrepreneurs, banks and small business funders. The most promising entrepreneurs will receive a prize, consisting of a grant and a low-interest loan to start up their businesses.Students who don’t receive this award, but show promise, will be helped by the academy to find alternative funding. They will also be assigned a mentor to assist them in setting up the business. The academy will monitor their progress for three years.Of the 100 students who will complete the programme this year, academy staff predict about 30 will become entrepreneurs, 60 who are not cut out for business will find employment, and 10 will choose further education.Related articles‘Dream on,’ says BransonSA and US to educate executives UCT voted Africa’s best business school Useful linksUniversity of Johannesburglast_img read more

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