Verdasco goes again to BasilashviliFernando Verdasco can be for the sixth time within the third spherical of the Australian Open after beating and beating Nikoloz Basilashvili in 4 units (4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4 and 6-Four in 2h: 49). The Madrid had a foul time at the beginning of the sport, however then I danger every little thing to go for the win in opposition to an opponent who had gained final 12 months in Vienna and with which now has a positive stability of 2-1. That’s the reason he made 51 errors, though Basilashivili left till he was 58. Verdasco will meet on Saturday with German Alexander Zverev (2-2 in personal duels).Carreño, far superior to GojowczykPablo Carreño will play for the fourth consecutive 12 months the quarterfinals of the Australian Open after beating in 4 units the German Peter Gojowczyk (6-4, 6-1, 1-6 and 6-Four in 2h: 08). In 2018 and 2019, the Gijón reached eighth in Melbourne, though this time it will likely be very troublesome to realize it as a result of He’ll face Rafa Nadal this Saturday. Carreño disconnected within the third set, however he had the sport underneath management and regained the trail to a victory he confirmed within the fourth. With good serves and aggressiveness (44 winners), The most effective factor that Spanish did is to keep up exceptional accuracy (14 failures). He didn’t must add a lot to the community and he handed his opponents a couple of occasions, he had already gained in his earlier two clashes, when he did. Outcomes of the lads’s workforce of the Australian Open. Pedro Martínez had by no means gained an ATP match and it was launched in a giant approach. Final Tuesday he beat the German Koepfer within the first spherical and had the fortune, or misfortune, relying on the way you take a look at it, of crossing within the second with a prime tennis participant and on the central court docket of the Australian Open. His phantasm bumped into the wall of Daniil Medvedev, one of the stable gamers on the circuit, who saved in a couple of minutes of the primary set, gave him no selection: 7-5 and 6-1 and 6-Three in 2h: 09.Martinez fell, however loved the expertise loads. Within the first set he matched the preliminary drawback with which he began and fought to take the partial. Then every little thing was put uphill earlier than an impressed rival who gave some nice hits. Pedro had fun, a lot in order that within the fifth sport of the third set, with the sport nearly misplaced, he made the Muscovite a throw-in, though he was alert and gained the purpose. And within the sixth he threw three balloons as coaching to complete them. Moments of recreation on a special occasion for him, which he will certainly not neglect. On the observe, Medvedev was far superior and punished the alzireño with 19 direct serves for a complete of 40 successful strokes.You might have seen them with one other Spanish, Jaume Munar, however he fell to Australian Alexei Popyrin 6-2, 7-6 (5) and 6-2. The Mallorcan had the chance to match the sport within the second set when he was 5-1 up within the tiebreaker, however a 6-Zero of his rival ended his possibilities of passing.
Dear Editor,The Guyana Police Force is mandated to protect and serve the people, unfortunately, the priority of the Police Force is to serve and protect the APNU/AFC coalition Government Ministers, Government officials, while the ordinary Guyanese is being sacrificed to the mercy of bandits and criminals, thanks to the incompetence of Khemraj Ramjattan and the APNU/AFC coalition Government.The security situation in Guyana remains a serious concern for every single Guyanese. The APNU/AFC coalition Government promised the Guyanese people in 2015 that high emphasis would be placed on the security of Guyanese but the only thing that changed was the name of the Ministry that is responsible for security, increased police security for Ministers, leaving Guyana with an uncontrolled level of crimes in the entire country. The Minister who is directly responsible for public security, Khemraj Ramjattan, and the Guyana Police Force boastfully, in reports, stats and the media, highlighted that the crime situation is under control but the reality is quite opposite.The facts are that Guyanese have definitely lost confidence in the Guyana Police Force, whereby people are even refusing to report incidents that they have encountered, and even if these matters are reported, the Police Force is of no help. I am confident that the response that would be given by Khemraj Ramjattan and other Government officials is that crime is under control.A 170-year Indian culture in Guyana where music is being played for weddings is being stopped by Ramjattan and the GPF. This Indian tradition is being strangled by this APNU/AFC Government and confined to Berbice alone.The Guyana Police Force is being used as a political football. Recently at a picketing exercise at New Amsterdam Multilateral School, protesters were being forced by the police to move about 500 feet from the entrance of the school while thugs of the APNU/AFC were allowed to remain at the entrance of the school. APNU/AFC thugs were allowed by the police to behave abusively towards protesters while the police refused to remove them from in front of the school entrance. The police even tolerated the loud abusive and taunts.The protesters who were exercising their constitutional rights were not given that privilege, senior police officers ensured that four policemen were placed to keep protesters 500 feet away from the entrance of the school. During the PPP/C Government in office, during the 2015 campaign, protesters were allowed at the location of a meeting in Lusignan, East Coast Demerara. I’m still contemplating if we had a change in rules now.The big question is, are we moving to a full-fledged dictatorship where the Police Force is being used to subdue and stifle democracy? David Granger’s visits to New Amsterdam Multilateral School is an insult to the lives of many of those students whose parents were dismissed from the sugar estates by this Granger Administration, and can barely afford to be in school, the students’ cash grant was taken away by Granger’s APNU/AFC Government and with the same breath, Granger is preaching that his Government wants every child to be in school, that is “high class hypocrisy”. Granger’s rhetoric about regional involvement is just to mislead the populace. The 1 million dollar cash grant by Granger is a pittance, compared to approximately 100 million dollars that is being spent at Bermine Ground for the Republic Celebration in 2020. So you the people can actually determine what is the priority of this illegal APNU/AFC coalition Government.Regards,Zamal Hussain
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Prosecutors at the Madrid-based National Court have called for the ex Barca boss to be jailed for 11 years and fined 59 million euros.Rosell and his wife are accused of hiding money illegally obtained by Ricardo Teixeira, the former head of the Brazilian Football Confederation.Rosell had previously lived and worked in Brazil, where he forged numerous business links.The case centres on a deal signed by Teixeira in 2006 with a company based in the Cayman Islands for the television rights to 24 Brazil friendly matches.Altogether, Rosell and his wife allegedly received close to 15 million euros in their accounts as part of the deal.They pocketed 6.6 million euros with 8.4 million destined for Teixeira, prosecutors say.The trial will open on February 25, and run until March 27.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell, pictured July 2014, his wife and four others are accused of “large-scale money laundering” since 2006 relating to television rights and sponsorship in Brazil © AFP/File / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOUMADRID, Spain, Oct 17 – Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell will go on trial for money laundering in February, Spanish judicial sources revealed on Wednesday.Rosell, his wife and four others are accused of “large-scale money laundering” of at least 19.9 million euros ($23 million) since 2006 relating to television rights and sponsorship in Brazil.
Hamburg have confirmed the signing of Croatian starlet Alen Halilovic, who had been a target for West Ham.Hammers boss Slaven Bilic had reportedly explored the possibility of landing his compatriot, hailed as the ‘Croatian Messi’, on loan from Barcelona for the coming season.However, Bundesliga club Hamburg have won the race to land him after agreeing a permanent deal worth around £4.5million.Halilovic has signed a five-year contract at the Volksparkstadion, although Barca retain a buy-back clause on the 20-year-old.The playmaker leaves Barca having never made a league appearance for the club, but he did play 36 times in La Liga on loan at Sporting Gijon last term. 1 West Ham target Alen Halilovic has joined Hamburg
Donegal County Museum in association with Pen and Sword Books invite you to the launch of WAR! HELLISH WAR! Star Shell Reflections 1916- 1918: The Great War Diaries of Jim Maultsaid on Friday 26 August at 7.30pm. There will be a short talk by military historian Richard Doherty and Barbara McClune, Granddaughter of Jim Maultsaid and the editor of’ Star Shell Reflections 1916′Jim Maultsaid’s illustrated diaries of his Great War service offer a unique and completely original perspective of a fighting man’s experiences. Jim Maultsaid was born in Pennsylvania in 1893 to Donegal parents who returned to Letterkenny, Co Donegal when Jim was a baby. He joined the British Army in 1914 and was badly wounded on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. In his diary he wrote, ‘the most awful cries rent the night air…it was a shambles…it was ‘Hell’ with the lid off… ’.Jim survived and was hospitalised in England. Afterwards he was selected for officer training at Cambridge and was commissioned into the Chinese Labour Corps.War! Hellish War! is more than a Great War diary – it is a masterpiece of great historical and educational value.Admission free and all welcome. Please RSVP to Donegal County Museum, High Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal. Telephone 074 9124613 or email email@example.com Donegal Museum invites you to step back in time with “War! Hellish War!” night was last modified: August 15th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:Donegal County Museumjim maultsaidwar hellish warWorld War One
A man who was charged with threatening and abusing a Garda who called to his home to examine his social welfare payments has been found not guilty.Pensioner Desmond Morrison, aged 73, appeared at Letterkenny District Court facing the single charge which allegedly took place at his home at Gort na Greine in Letterkenny on June 8th 2018. The court was told that Garda Sgt Harvey Maughan called to Mr Morrison’s home in his role as a Garda and a social welfare inspector.Garda Maughan explained why he was there and he said that Morrison became irate and aggressive and he “square up” to him.Sgt Maughan said he retreated back and Mr Morrison called him a “prick.”The Garda said that Morrison then followed him out onto the public footpath and called him a “f***ing prick” again.He then allegedly said to Sgt Maughan that it would take a better man than him to stop his social welfare payments.Morrison then began videoing the Garda on his mobile phone and Sgt Maughan said he decided to leave the area.Solicitor for Morrison, Ms Maureen Gallagher, put a number of allegations to Sgt Maughan which he denied.Amongst them were that Sgt Maughan had said that he would have Mr Morrison’s payments stopped which the Garda denied.Ms Gallagher also said that Under Section 6 of the Public Order Act, the offence would have to take place in a public place where members of the public have access to and which she claimed did not as it was outside Mr Morrison’s home.Giving his verdict Judge Paul Kelly said that while Mr Morrison’s reply to Sgt Maughan was unpleasant and vulgar, he did not believe it met the requirements of a charge under Section 6 and dismissed the case.Pensioner, 73, told Garda it would take a better man to have his welfare stopped was last modified: October 18th, 2019 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:courtDesmond MorrisondonegalGardailetterkenny
3. Sysouvanh, Dao/Kopfer, Jordan (VALPO) def. Jaglarz, Mela/Kozlowski, Alex (DU) 7-6 (10-8) 4. Williams, Kenya (DU) def. Sysouvanh, Dao (VALPO) 6-3, 6-3 3. Herder, Tess (DU) def. Modesto, Meg (VALPO) 6-3, 6-1 2. Brills, Summer/Williams, Kenya (DU) def. Modesto, Meg/Wind, Randi (VALPO) 6-3 1. Brills, Summer (DU) def. Czerwonka, Claire (VALPO) 6-3, 6-0 Liza Petushkova was the first Bulldog to finish, earning a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Jelena Vujanic at No. 2 singles. GRIFFITH, Ind. – The Drake University women’s tennis team blanked Valparaiso, 7-0, Saturday at the Match Point Tennis Club to improve to 2-0 in Missouri Valley Conference action. Summer Brills extended Drake’s lead to 3-0 with a convincing 6-3, 6-0 victory Claire Czerwonka. 6. Jaglarz, Mela (DU) def. Kopfer, Jordan (VALPO) 7-6 (10-8), 6-1 Doubles competition The Bulldogs return to the Roger Knapp Tennis Center Saturday, April 14 when they host Illinois State at 1 p.m. The Bulldogs (12-5, 2-0 MVC) swept the doubles point to take an early 1-0 lead over the Crusaders (5-10, 0-1 MVC). Order of finish: Doubles (2,3,1); Singles (2,1,3,4,6,5) Drake kept cruising in singles as the Bulldogs won the first set on all six courts. Kenya Williams and Mela Jaglarz each earned straight set wins as well at No. 4 and No. 6, respectively, while Alex Kozlowski capped off the day with a three-set win at No. 5. Print Friendly Version 1. Herder, Tess/Petushkova, Liza (DU) def. Czerwonka, Claire/Vujanic, Jelena (VALPO) 6-4 Match Notes Singles competition Drake 7, Valparaiso 0Apr 07, 2018 at Match Point Tennis Club (Griffith, Ind.) 5. Kozlowski, Alex (DU) def. Wind, Randi (VALPO) 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 10-4 Drake 12-5 (2-0) Valparaiso 5-10 (0-1) 2. Petushkova, Liza (DU) def. Vujanic, Jelena (VALPO) 6-3, 6-3 Tess Herder clinched the Bulldog victory with her 6-3, 6-1 win over Meg Modesto at No. 3 singles.
Muchael Muprhy: scored Donegal’s first point.Donegal lead Armagh by two points at half-time on a scoreline of 1-05 to 0-06 in their All-Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter-final clash at Croke ParkMichael Murphy gave Donegal the lead in the third minute, putting a free over the bar from 30 yards.Tony Kernan drew Armagh level five minutes later with an excellent point from play from 45 yards. The game threatened to boil over in the 10th minute as players and officials got involved in a “bit of handbags” in front of “Hill 16” during which the Donegal team doctor was pushed to the ground.When the game restarted after a two-minute delay, Aaron Kernan put a free over the bar to put Armagh in front for the first time.Wing forward Aiden Forker extended the Armagh lead when he floated over a lovely point in the 20th minute and the same player should have scored again a minute later but he put his shot wide when in a good possession.The game burst into life in the 22nd minute when Oran MacNiallais found the bottom corner of the Armagh net for his first ever championship goal to put Donegal into a one point lead on a scoreline of 1-01 to 0-03. However, the lead last only lasted three minutes as first, Stefan Campbell and then Andy Mallon put the Orchard County back in front.A brilliant free swung in from distance by Michael Murphy brought the Tir Chonaill county back on level terms a minute later and he put over another to put Donegal back in front with five minutes of the half remaining.Full-back Neil McGee pushed up to double the advantage with an excellent score before Armagh’s Kyle Carragher put over the bar to reduce the deficit to a single point.Following another “handbag” confrontation between the players in the Armagh goalmouth, Michael Murphy put over another free to send Donegal in at half-time with a two-point advantage on a scoreline of 1-05 to 0-06. HALF-TIME AT CROKER: DONEGAL LEAD ARMAGH BY TWO POINTS was last modified: August 9th, 2014 by johngerardShare 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:armaghcrokedonegalFootballparkQuarter final.Senior
Grace Ann McGarvey, Brand, Web Design, Media & Communications, Vice President : Shona Chambers, John McColgan Financial Advisors, Treasurer, Rachel Wasson, Karen Murphy, Karen Murphy Speech & Drama, Rosemary Lyons, Enterprise Officer, Inishowen Development Partnership Company, Fiona Higgins, Batik Art by Fiona Higgins, Maureen Walsh, Errigal Montessori (Missing from Photo), Denise McClintock, DWIB Administrator, Fiona O’Reilly, On the Dot, and Catherine Lyster, LYIT.“Donegal Women in Business, Mean Business”, says Grace Ann McGarvey a native of Kilmacrennan who runs her own Design, Web Design, Media & Communications business.Grace Ann has just been elected as the President of the Donegal Women in Business Network.Grace Ann has been working in this industry for over 20 years and set up her own business over 3 years ago. She decided to start her own business because she knew that it would give her the opportunity, not only to do what she loves, but the flexibility to be on hand for her three children, Maurice 17, Hannah 15 & Luke 11. “I am passionate about my work, I love working with clients from all over the globe and from all different industries and sizes and when I see a smile on a clients face or get an “I love it” email, then that makes everything I do worthwhile”. says Grace Ann.“However, being in business on your own can sometimes be isolating and that’s why networks like the Donegal Women in Business Network are a great source for sharing knowledge, meeting potential new clients, friends and mentors and learning from successful, start up and growing business people in our own county”.The Donegal Women in Business Network is in existence now for 15 years and provides a valuable platform for the inspiration and capacity building of women in business through a variety of initiatives and opportunities and is making a contribution towards developing the next generation of women business.The network is also a sounding board for advice and giving support through their events, workshops & conferences held regularly throughout the county. The different categories of membership represent a cross section of businesswomen across different sectors. Members include entrepreneurs, women managing businesses for other owners, social entrepreneurs, thought leaders and senior decision makers. We continually upgrade our various programmes and initiatives to keep abreast of what women need to sustain and grow their business. Programmes and activities range from the purely social, to the strongly business focused, such as skills development, mentoring, social media training, networking, financial presentations and guest speakers from the business and professional sectors. Over the last few years we have made significant networking links with our colleagues in Derry Women in Enterprise and Sligo Women in Business network.The Committee provide their time and commit fully to their voluntary roles and are the main touch point within the membership of the network.The hard working committee, who take time out of their busy schedules, to meet and organise the networking events, workshops and conferences for the members are newly elected President : Grace Ann McGarvey, Brand, Web Design, Media & Communications, Vice President : Shona Chambers, John McColgan Financial Advisors, Treasurer, Rachel Wasson, Karen Murphy, Karen Murphy Speech & Drama, Rosemary Lyons, Enterprise Officer, Inishowen Development Partnership Company, Fiona Higgins, Batik Art by Fiona Higgins, Maureen Walsh, Errigal Montessori, Denise McClintock, DWIB Administrator, Fiona O’Reilly, On the Dot, and Catherine Lyster, LYIT.“Collectively within the network we have a huge knowledge and expertise and I believe we are making a difference to our economy. There are challenges of course, such as managing time, providing challenging programmes of interest for our members and providing value for money. However, I strongly believe that it is important for the growth of women in business to ensure that we have a voice in the county regarding business issues and in the importance of links with the Local Enterprise Office, who were instrumental in setting up the Women in Business Network, Donegal County Council, Enterprise Ireland, other support agencies and financial institutions that offer support to our members and engage with the Network.“It is my vision to increase the footprint and the voice of Donegal women in business both, in the county, and nationally, and to increase our membership significantly to make that happen. To that end, I would encourage any woman that is in business or managing a business in the county to make contact with us, join the network for only €40 a year, help yourself and let us help you to grow your business. I would also like to encourage all the agencies in the county to make contact with us so that we can add them our mailing lists and distribute anything that may be of relevance to our members.” Anyone can contact the network directly and join instantly by logging onto www.donegalwomeninbusiness.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, contact me directly at email@example.com. You can also follow our network on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DWIBNetwork.NEW PRESIDENT SETS OUT HER VISION FOR DONEGAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS was last modified: April 25th, 2015 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)