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MANDATORY PAYOUTS AND LARGE PICK 6 JACKPOT HIGHLIGHT CLOSING DAY AT GOLDEN GATE

first_imgBerkeley, CA: September 17, 2016 – Closing Day of the summer meet is Sunday, September 18 at Golden Gate Fields, which means horseplayers can take advantage of the mandatory payouts offered for the Pick 5, Super High 5 and the 20¢ Golden Pick 6.The card will offer nine competitive races, beginning at 1:45pm PT, along with a large Golden Pick 6 jackpot of $79,914. The Golden Pick 6 will begin on Race 4 at approximately 3:15pm PT, with half of the races scheduled for the turf course.In addition to mandatory payouts, Golden Gate Fields will offer a guaranteed $100,000 Late Pick 4 pool, which begins on Race 6 at approximately 4:15pm PT.Following tomorrow’s card, racing will resume at Golden Gate Fields for the fall meet on October 20 and run through December 11.For racing news and highlights, fans may follow Golden Gate Fields on twitter @GGFRacing and online at www.goldengatefields.comlast_img read more

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Sergio González: “The team is confident again”

first_imgThe case manager of specific staff players also spoke. De Hervías said: “He is fighting and in the last two games he has always come out, but the competition is now very high and we need you to be at this level so that others do not relax. With Plano and Toni the team is feeling well “, while of Sandro’s situation explained: “We are putting the things he does well, which are many, but in the knock on door we are not finding the Sandro we want. We are working with him, but the less he becomes obsessed, the better. He is annoyed, it is clear that the beating has to be on the other stick, in the end it is that you encounter similar situations so that it ends as it should and that it does not come to your head “and when talking about Matheus Fernandes and Hatem Ben Arfa explained: “This week we are working more specific things with them, they have a lot of room for maneuver to get their minimum physical condition, they have one or two weeks left to say they are well. “ Precisely at this point he pointed out that “We have talked to Hatem and Matheus, we watched the videos of the other day, watching the workouts and we have decided to take a step back, to do two weeks of individual training, specific so that they have the minimum appropriate pace so that later the rhythm of competition is given by the parties, we want them both in their best version “ although yes He clarified that he has no regrets about having taken the Franco-Tunisian to the field: “We took it out because we thought it was the best for the team, but we saw that it was not as good as he and we thought. “The Catalan coach He also said that to Salisu, despite the information that comes out, “I am seeing it phenomenal. Its performance is extraordinary and proof of this is the cover (of AS). She is a kid who knows what it took to get here, is well advised and What we do is put your feet on the floor. Soccer is very ephemeral. He has to be focused on his work, keep doing it right. Without the present of the parties he is doing there will not be a beautiful future. “ Sergio González, coach of Real Valladolid, appeared before the press before the game against Granada and He started explaining that understand that your team is “well, I see them with confidence, they are training very well, with good feelings “and valued the fact of having overcome a hard stage of the season after the victory in Mallorca: “I notice a harmony, eager to work, the feeling that after the victory in Mallorca we take a weight off, knowing that we deserved to win before. We removed a stone from above, against Villarreal we made another good first part and it is true that the team has good feelings again. It’s with confidence, it’s fine, with enthusiasm and that’s the most important thing. “After the technician valued Granada and explained: “It’s a good block, very well worked, that It is very clear how to play and what to play. They empower the group to individualities. A team that likes to play more outside than inside, very aggressive, with a lot of intensity and very strong individual duels “and” there will be the key to the game, if we match its frequency we can play a great game. “ The coach was more specific later: “Play 4-2-3-1 clear, although the other day they changed to line five, with Carlos Fernández who for me is a very important player for them, appears well between the lines, which understands the game well, with the ability to score, which combines well with midfield players and comes to the door. It has very skilled people on the outside, the long-running sides that are well incorporated, the two very static midfielders, which cover all the offensive actions of their bands and a striker forward. The absence of Soldier is going to be important and I think Carlos will advance his position. “ The minister said that the party of San Mamés del Granada is another example of what Granada is, we saw it in preseason. A rival that squeezes, that jumps, that all individual duels are for them, like the second moves, which squeeze a lot both individually, as a block and that then they have those mechanisms downloading to the top in band to then center, with people on the outside very skilled. They have important wicks, but the most important thing is the structure and how it competes “to conclude that “If we put legs like them, then we have football to beat them”. In addition, Sergio González believes that although “his legs may weigh” after the game in San Mamés, “the head is very important.”last_img read more

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Trade in Services is Untapped

first_imgThe World Bank Group’s Analysts on African economies have observed that African governments and private investors are yet to take advantage of or invest meaningfully in the provision of traditional and modern services. The Africa Pulse report indicates that Africa’s trade in services is still untapped.In its twice-yearly published report, Africa’s Pulse, which came out recently, the World Bank experts noted that globalization of services is a potentially important source of growth for developing countries, but Africans investors are yet to venture into the sector in order to realize its full potentials.World Bank Lead Economist in the African region, Ms. Punam Chuhan-Pole, said technology and outsourcing, which are considered as modern services, are enabling traditional services such as transportation and travel to overcome their old constraints such as physical and geographic proximity.The World Bank Lead Economist was providing analytical views on the report at a discussion on “Africa’s recent economic progress and future challenges in sustaining the continent’s economic growth in a changing global environment,” in Washington D.C. the event was webcast live at the World Bank Group’s Country office in Monrovia.It was also viewed in several other African countries including Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, amongst others. Journalists from the continent had the opportunity to interact with the two discussants, Ms. Chuhan-Pole, and World Bank Chief Economist for the region, Franscisco Ferreira through questions and answers.The bank Lead Economist said that modern services, such as software development, call centers, and outsourced business processes, can be traded like value-added, manufactured products, enabling developing countries that focus on such services, innovation, and technology to leverage services as an important driver of growth.“Has Sub-Saharan Africa tapped this potential? At over $50 billion, the region’s services exports trail all other developing regions; however, it is expanding annually at about 12 percent, on average.Traditional services such as transportation and travel have declined from 73 percent of total services exports in 2005 to less than 64 percent in 2012, while modern services exports in the region have increased their share by nearly 10 percentage points from just over 26 percent of total services exports to about 36 percent over the same period,” the Africa’s Pulse reported records.It said in some countries such as Mauritius, Rwanda, and Tanzania, modern services exports recorded annual growth rates of over 10 percent between 2005 and 2012, with Rwanda starting from a low base of less than $40 million in services exported in 2005 to over twice that amount at almost $85 million by 2012.In both Mauritius and Rwanda, rapid expansion in modern services is a result of increased activity in tradable business and financial services. Over 60 percent of those employed in large companies in Mauritius work in the service sector, which offers more employment opportunities than either agriculture or manufacturing.“While Mauritius, Rwanda, and Tanzania have experienced a rapid increase in modern services, others like Kenya are also emerging as places where modern services are becoming drivers of growth and development. This is exciting news for other African countries looking to expand into the globalized services business.” says Punam Chuhan-Pole, who is also the author of Africa’s Pulse.In a special analysis of the region’s growth and trade patterns in Africa, the report says that export diversification remains a tough challenge for many African countries, especially amongst the oil producers.“Although Sub-Saharan Africa’s exports remain concentrated in a few strategic commodities, the region’s countries have made substantial progress in diversifying their trading partners,” says Francisco Ferreira, Chief Economist, World Bank Africa Region. “Over the last decade, exports to emerging markets such as the BRICs—Brazil, Russia, India, China—have grown robustly, primarily due to the prolonged boom in commodities demand. The BRICs received only 9 percent of Sub-Saharan Africa’s exports in 2000 but accounted for 34 percent of total exports a decade later.”Ferreira says total exports to the BRICs surpassed the region’s exports to the European Union (EU) market in 2010 and continue to grow. In 2012, the region’s exports to the BRICs reached $145 billion. China alone accounted for about a quarter (23.3 percent) of the region’s total merchandise exports. Of course, this shift in trading partners also underscores the region’s vulnerability to any slowdown in the BRICs, particularly China. 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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President’s Address to ‘Reset Public Expectations’ Thru 2017

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is expected to deliver a special nationwide address today, November 19, on issues related to the national economy, a press release from the Ministry of Information, Culture Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) yesterday said. The President’s address is expected to “reset public expectations for the remaining years of [her] administration” and also “outline key projects and deliverables to be undertaken” in the same vein. Recently, upon her return from official visits to India and the People’s Republic of China, the President announced that she would deliver a major address to the nation. “I will be speaking to the nation with much more details on the visits and the agreed commitments. It is the responsibility of every citizen to do his or her part in the forward march of the country,” President Sirleaf said. However, the address at the time was suspended at the last minute. This time, it will be delivered before a live audience and a guest list of an unprecedented magnitude. These include leaders of all branches of government, the Diplomatic Corps, leaders of various private sector organizations, of religious and educational institutions, Civil Society, youth, women, even the Yanna Boys and the Pem-pem riders’ leaders, among others. The address will be delivered at 4:30 p.m. from the C. Cecil Dennis Auditorium at the Foreign Ministry, the press release said, and invited guests are expected to be seated by 4:00 p.m. A guest list of such magnitude is typically reserved for events such as President’s annual address to the joint session of the National Legislature, or the Independence Day official celebration. However, the size of the Cecil Dennis Auditorium may not be able to accommodate all of those invited. That being said, today’s address is expected to be broadcast on radio and television, although the Foreign Ministry’s list of invited guests did not include the Press Union of Liberia. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is cordially inviting the following: The Vice PresidentThe Speaker and Heads of Statutory Committee of the House ofRepresentativesHis Honor, The Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of LiberiaThe President Pro-Tempore of the Liberian Senate and Heads ofStatutory Committees of the Liberian SenateThe Acting Dean and Members of the CabinetThe Doyen and Members of the Diplomatic CorpsThe Special Representative of the Secretary General of the UnitedNations and Heads of International OrganizationsMembers of the Consular CorpsHeads of Public of Corporations, Autonomous Agencies, Bureaus andCommissionsThe Chief of Staff and Top Military Brass of the Armed Forces ofLiberiaHeads of Religious InstitutionsThe Liberia Council of ChurchesThe National Muslim Council of LiberiaThe Chairman and Members of National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders of LiberiaHeads of Higher Institutions of LearningHeads of Banking InstitutionsThe Liberia Business AssociationThe Liberia National Bar AssociationThe Female Lawyer Association of LiberiaHeads of Civil Society OrganizationsThe Liberia Marketing AssociationThe Federation of Liberia YouthThe Liberia National Student UnionThe Rubber Planters Association of LiberiaThe Various Transport UnionsHeads of Intellectual CentersHeads of Women Groups of LiberiaThe Wheelbarrow Association of LiberiaThe Yana Boys AssociationThe Penn-Penn Riders Association of LiberiaShare 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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Smartphones Take Agricultural Data Collection to New Level

first_imgSome participants were eager to acquire new technology in data collection.FAO trains extension workers in latest data collection technologyThe Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) with support and funding from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has engaged several extension workers in a three-day training at the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI) in Suakoko District, Bong County.The 24 extension officers, including six employees from the Liberia Institute for Geo-Information Services, were trained in the latest data collection technology. At the end of the training, each participant received a state of the art mobile phone that they will use for the  at their assigned areas of work.In an interview with this newspaper recently, Nasi Broh, National Project Coordinator for the Rebuilding of Statistics at the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), said the participants were selected from Bong, Lofa, Nimba and Bomi counties.According to Broh, they are trained to use the CAPI application the ministry recently introduced and is installing  on the various mobile phones to collect key information from livestock and crop farmers in the four counties in relation to production.He said that Bong, Nimba and Lofa counties were selected as part of this Agriculture Sample Pilot Survey from statistics which indicate that they are ‘the highest food producing counties,’ while Bomi County was selected as ‘the least food producing county’ to test the project.“The sole objective of the training was to rebuild the capacity of extension officers, re-establish the data collection by means of modern technology through the CAPI, where agriculture extension officers will interview farmers on the production of livestock and crops for the Agriculture Sample Survey,” Broh said.According to the MOA project coordinator, with the introduction of the new technology – and as part of the pilot phase of the project, the MOA will be able to establish challenges the farmers are faced with, the level of production and services provided to individual farmers and farmers’ access to extension officers.Broh said the ‘new automated collection of agriculture data’ introduced for the first time in the four counties, will help the ministry in setting up an effective agriculture data management system.“Since this country gained independence, we have used the manual collection of paper data, and we have made no gains in terms of statistics of production. So I think with this new technology, we will be able to effectively keep data on our farmers to avoid going to the FAO or WFP for data, which is not good for us as a country,” Broh said.A representative of the participants commended the FAO for the support to the MOA to facilitate such an important training workshop that is expected to help them keep data collected from the farmers and to set up an effective agriculture management system in the country.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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WPA’s sole Cabinet member endorses budget

first_img– calls Budget 2019 a “generous” oneThe latest supporter of the 2019 Budget has turned out to be Public Service Minister and the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) only representative in the Cabinet, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine.Public Service Minister and WPA member, Dr Rupert RoopnaraineWPA is one of several smaller parties that comprise A Partnership for National Unity (APNU). While WPA executive and political activist Dr David Hinds has been critical of some of the budget’s shortcomings, Roopnaraine made no mention any of this during his speech on the first day of budget debates.Instead, Roopnaraine has said the budget makes a case for the coalition Government’s worthiness as leaders. He used glowing epithets to laud the budget, which he noted would contribute to Guyana’s proverbial “El Dorado”.According to the Minister, the budget is a “generous” one, and contains several positive measures. Here he revealed that a number of scholarship opportunities will be given priority in oil and gas-related areas that include petroleum data management.“One of the primary innovations that this administration has brought to transforming public service management is the introduction of a Planning and Analysis Unit. The purpose of this unit is to provide evidence-based oversight for the service offered to Guyanese, and ensuring there is value for money in the distribution of scholarships,” he said.He noted that the unit has a priority subject area formula it works with when scholarships are distributed. He noted that the United Kingdom is Guyana’s primary international partner for such training opportunities, particularly in the Master’s degree level.For much of his presentation, Roopnaraine concentrated on training and scholarship opportunities in the Public Service, which he noted must be prepared to manage in an oil and gas economy.“It is against this backdrop that the lion’s share to my Ministry goes towards academic scholarships — $1.5 billion, representing a 50 per cent increase from last year,” Roopnaraine said.Perhaps cognisant of criticisms that scholarships are being selectively awarded under the coalition Government, Roopnaraine voiced expectations that the Opposition would carry out a “dogged interrogation” of his Ministry’s funds.While Roopnaraine has thrown his support behind the budget, a number of organisations and observers have been critical of some of the measures (or lack thereof) contained in budget 2019.For instance, the Private Sector Commission said in a statement last week that it was mainly concerned about the level of proposed overall tax revenue on businesses and individuals; as Budget 2019 projects a 9.9 per cent increase in revenue, while the economy is projected to grow by 4.6 per cent.“Most importantly, there is no provision for relief on energy costs, which are stifling businesses,” it said.Worrying, too, is the impact of Budget 2019 upon the foreign reserves of the Central Bank; an impact that does not appear to have taken cognisance of the need to cushion against external shocks to which the country and its currency are vulnerable,” the statement added.Nevertheless, the PSC had said it was pleased that Budget 2019 contained several measures — such as the raising of the tax threshold, which it had proposed for the relief of the tax burden upon employees, and the monies earmarked for hinterland airstrips.Another assessment of the budget had come from auditing firm Ram and McRae in its annual publication of Budget Focus. The firm had called out the 2019 budget recently presented for having little to no provisions for the poor, women and gender issues, and other critical matters like the Berbice Bridge, now headed to court after Government took it over.The firm, which was founded by anti-corruption advocate Christopher Ram, acknowledged the provisions in the budget for people with disabilities; the employed and self-employed; and Finance Minister Winston Jordan’s stamina for having presented the almost five-hour-long budget speech uninterrupted.According to the firm, however, the budget “is silent on women and gender issues; single mothers; the unemployed, including the recently unemployed; the National Insurance Scheme; and the Berbice Bridge, which the Government took over earlier this month.”“These inevitably lead us to conclude, as we did last year, that this Administration does not seem to regard income and wealth inequality as serious issues; and accordingly, there is nothing in the Budget that could be considered a pro-poor step,” the firm had stated.last_img read more

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Two-thirds of A.V. schools at or below state median

first_imgTwo-thirds of Antelope Valley schools scored at or below the state median for schools with similar demographics, according to a report released Tuesday. Of 91 schools given a 1-10 ranking on the Academic Performance Index, 29 scored a 6 or better in a ranking that compares schools with similar student bodies, such as numbers of students from poor backgrounds or who are learning English. “I think we are the typical district. I think that all the schools in the state of California are facing the same things we’re facing, with students who have special needs, students who are disadvantaged,” said James Lott, trustee clerk with the Antelope Valley Union High School District. “There are some who have more problems than we have, but we’re doing our best,” he said. Four Antelope Valley schools received a 10 in the similar-schools ranking. They were Wilsona Elementary, Bailey Avenue Elementary, Anaverde Hills Elementary and Rosamond High. Four schools received a 9 or better in the similar-schools ranking. Those schools were Palm Tree Elementary, Sundown Elementary, Armagosa Creek Middle and Tierra Bonita South Elementary. A study released earlier this month showed that Antelope Valley High School has one of the state’s highest transient-student populations, and those challenges were apparent in its score. The school scored a 7 in the similar-schools ranking, but a 1 in the overall ranking, which compares schools without taking student demographics into account. Last year, the state required the school district to hire an official to oversee Antelope Valley High because it had failed to improve test scores. “I think any time you have somebody who’s able to spend 100 percent of their working day with a school, I think it works quite well,” said Donita Winn, a school district trustee. The 1-10 ranking is based on schools’ scores on the API, which gives a school a score of between 200 and 1,000. The state’s goal is for every school to hit 800. The Antelope Valley, which has a significant number of students from low-performing subgroups, will be affected by a new approach the California Department of Education is rolling out. The department will expect students from each subgroup, such as the socioeconomically disadvantaged, Latinos or African-Americans, to show an annual 5 percent improvement toward getting to a score of 800 on the API. The bar had been set lower for subgroups, but state officials said the higher standard is needed to close the “achievement gap” that had some students lagging behind. The responsibility will be on school districts to work with students from low-performing subgroups to improve their scores. “We’ve done some modeling on it, and clearly there’s going to be more schools failing,” said Pat McCabe, director of policy and evaluation with the California Department of Education. “But it only looked like about 3 (percent) or 4 percent of the schools.” In the Antelope Valley, several school districts are in “program improvement” status, meaning their performance is being monitored by the state and they could face consequences if they fail to improve. Those school districts are: Antelope Valley Union High, Eastside Union, Keppel Union, Lancaster, Palmdale and Wilsona. Despite being in program improvement, the Antelope Valley Union High School District saw six of eight schools score at or above the state median in the similar-schools ranking. “If I were a parent, I would want to look at how the scores in my child’s school compare with other schools in the district,” said Debbie Rury, education-programs consultant with the California Department of Education. “And if they’re consistently low at my child’s school, I would want to know why.” alex.dobuzinskis@dailynews.com (661) 257-5253160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Chamber of Commerce Speaker Luncheon with BC Hydro

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce is hosting Chris O’Riley President and CEO of BC Hydro.November 19th, 2019, from 11:45 AM – 1:15 PM at the Pomeroy Hotel & Conference Centre to attend the speaker series. Members Cost $35.00 Non-Members $40.00.- Advertisement -O’Riley is a Professional Engineer and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration. O’Riley lives in Vancouver with his wife and three children, where he is active in his local community.Originally from Nova Scotia, O’Riley’s family relocated to B.C. in 1974 as his father was inspired by the growth in B.C. and in particular, a Time Magazine article featuring W.A.C. Bennett, the driving force behind BC Hydro as we know it today. With great appreciation for the sense of history and legacy of our province’s crown jewel, O’Riley feels honoured to be leading the company today.O’Riley built his career at BC Hydro, starting as an engineer-in-training fresh out of university in 1990. During his 29-year career, O’Riley has held positions throughout the organization and across the province, including roles working with customers, leading operations, overseeing capital projects, and working at BC Hydro’s trading subsidiary. He has been a member of BC Hydro’s Executive Team since 2007 and was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer in 2015.BC Hydro is British Columbia’s largest Crown corporation, the fourth largest company in the province as ranked by annual revenue.Advertisement BC Hydro delivers 98% renewable and clean electricity to its 4 million customers. To ensure a reliable supply of this critical product, BC Hydro will spend approximately $2 billion per year over the next 10 years to refurbish and expand its electricity assets.With the construction of the Site C Project currently underway, O’Riley continues to seek opportunities to support clean development in B.C., such as through low carbon electrification.last_img read more

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Newcastle, Stoke and Tottenham battling for Berahino, Liverpool to raid Real Madrid? Paper review

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…West Brom’s Saido Berahino will be at the centre of a £25million three-way transfer battle on Deadline Day. Newcastle had a £21m bid turned down on Sunday, Stoke are also in the hunt and Tottenham are set to make a late move before the winter window closes on Monday night. (Daily Mirror)Goal-shy Manchester United are weighing up a £22million move for Benfica midfielder Renato Sanches. The 18-year-old is seen as one of the hottest young prospects in Europe and one of the world game’s 50 best players under-20 after breaking into his club’s first team. Sanches is an attacking midfielder who has 40 international caps at youth level but has yet to break into the Portugal senior team. (Daily Mirror)Mark Hughes is ready to make one final bid to sign Porto midfielder Giannelli Imbula on Monday. The Stoke boss has had a commanding midfielder prioritised this month for some time.  And although he has made a stunning £21million bid for West Brom striker Saido Berahino, he is not prepared to give up on landing Imbula this month. (Daily Mirror)Liverpool are ready to launch a new bid for Real Madrid winger Denis Cheryshev. The Merseyside club are one of the Russian’s possible destinations as he looks to leave the Bernabeu in search of first-team football. Cheryshev, rated at around £7million, wants regular football ahead of Euro 2016 and, after not making a single matchday squad under Zinedine Zidane, will be allowed to leave on loan. (Daily Mirror)Claudio Ranieri expects to complete a £10million deal for Chelsea striker Loic Remy.  Leicester boss Ranieri believes he has beaten off competition to land the France international forward who is surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)Leicester are set to take the fight for CSKA Moscow striker Ahmed Musa to the Deadline Day wire. The Foxes had an opening £15million bid rejected last week for the highly-rated Nigeria captain, 23. Manchester United and Southampton have since declared their interest. Leicester have failed with two further offers, the latest understood to be £18.7million. But they are ready to return before Monday’s transfer deadline. (Daily Mirror)Everton have made an enquiry for Lokomotiv Moscow striker Oumar Niasse. The Senegal international was courted by Sunderland earlier in the window but Lokomotiv were holding out for more than £15million. Everton are looking to spend around £13m but know that Niasse’s wife is based in Manchester and hope that will sway negotiations. (Daily Mail)Swansea City are having talks with Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle after making a £7.5million offer.  Palace boss Alan Pardew will allow Gayle to leave but the deal is complicated because of a sell-on clause which is owed to his former club Peterborough. (Daily Mirror)Aston Villa have failed in a shock bid to sign flop Michu. The former Swansea striker is playing for Spanish fourth-tier outfit UP Langreo. But Michu, who has just returned from a 14-month lay-off after an ankle injury, snubbed Villa last week. (The Sun)Mathieu Debuchy is hoping to finalise a loan deal to Aston Villa on deadline day. Debuchy trained with Arsenal this weekend with his future still uncertain because Villa have struggled to reach an agreement on the terms of his loan. Villa will need to find a £1m-plus loan fee and cover his £60,000-a-week wages but the deal is believed to be close. (Daily Mirror)Charlton, meanwhile, have made an enquiry about taking Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry on loan. Gnabry, 20, had been at West Brom but that agreement ended in the past few days, with a fee agreed after the season-long loan was cut short. (Daily Mirror)last_img read more

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GAA NEWS: RED HUGHS CLUB NEWS

first_imgLotto & 100+ ClubThere was no jackpot winning sequence in this weeks Lotto draw but Edel Kelly matched 4 numbers to win €50. Numbers drawn were 3,5,2,8,7,6,4,1. Next weeks Lotto jackpot is €2,050. The Lotto sellers in the coming weeks are: 6th April – Paddy Kelly, 13th April – Barry Bradley, 20th April – Joe Carlin and 27th April – Eamonn Kelly. The winner of the 100+ Club draw this week was Jean Doherty who wins €100. Thanks to all for their continued support of the weekly Lotto & 100+ Club.The winners of this weeks players draws were Calvin Bradley, PJ Gallagher, Luke Kelly and John Sweeney. Seniors & ReservesThe new league season started for both teams on Saturday evening in Lifford. The reserves started their game well and lead at half time but Lifford finished the stronger. Final score: Red Hughs 0-5 N. Padraig 2-10. Team: K. Neeson, P. O’Brien, D. McCreary, P. Callaghan, P. McMenamin, R. Gallen, F. Muldoon, S. Doherty, A. Mongan, B. O’Brien, J. McMenamin, C. Bonner, A. McConnell, M. Wilson, D. Wilson Subs: C. Deeney, D. O’Brien, C. McGill, T. Coyle. P. Melaugh.The seniors got off to a good start in their game and led at half time 1-8 to 0-4 but the home side fought back in the second half with the aid of a strong breeze and the game ended in a draw. Red Hughs 1-9 N. Padraig 0-12. Team: L. Kelly, A. Bradley, T. McMenamin, K. Gallen, K. Melaugh, G. Melaugh, G. Kelly, E. Browne, M. Bonner, P. McGlinchey, C. Bradley, M. McMenamin, D. Browne, C. Melaugh, PJ Gallagher Subs: M. Sweeney, S. Gallagher, M. Wilson, R. Kelly.Both teams are fixed to play Naomh Columba at home this Saturday 6th April with the senior at 6.45pm and reserve at 5.30pm. All should come out to support the teams. Training continues this week on Tuesday and Thursday at 7.00pm.Senior LadiesThe senior ladies played St Nauls in Mountcharles on Monday and gave a battling display but just lost out in the end. Red Hughs 2-2 St Nauls 4-7. Hard luck to the girls. They have no game next weekend.Minor BoardThe U14 boys began their league campaign at home to Malin on Monday evening. Despite losing the game they gave a fighting performance against a strong Malin side and there were some good passages of play in the game from a young Red Hughs team. If they keep up the hard work the results will come. Team: Jason Woods, James Gallagher, Evan Pye, Brian Devine, Darragh Gallagher, Stephen John Carlin, Darragh McMenamin, Tim Callaghan, Jason Callaghan, James Callaghan, Dylan Lafferty, Stevie McBride, Ryan Dullaghan, Aiden Gallen, Odhran Callaghan, Oisin Mongan, Caolan O’Dwyer, James Patton, Kieran Neeson. Their next game is away to Burt next Monday 8th April at 7.00pm. The minors have a busy programme of fixtures ahead and are due to play Lifford away on Tuesday evening 2nd April at 6.30pm, Malin at home on Friday 5th April at 7.00pm, and Burt at home on Monday the 8th April at 7.00pm.The underage training continues this Saturday from 11.00-12.00 noon for all boys and girls from U6 to U12/13. The U12/13 girls training continues on Saturday from 11.00-12.00 noon. There have been good numbers out already so keep it up. All new players are welcome. Players are now required to wear gumshields at all training sessions and games.Back of the Wall 5K ChallengeThis years ‘Back of the Wall Challenge’ 5k walk/run will take place on Sunday 21st April. Check the Red Hughs Facebook page for more details and for training schedule. Come Dine With MeRed Hughs Ladies presents ‘Come Dine With Me’ on Saturday 13th April at 7.30pm. Contact Kathy Kelly (087) 7647168 or Marie McColgan (086) 3242100 for further details!Goalkeeper Coaching SessionThere is a goalkeeper coaching session with Paul Callaghan at the pitch on Wednesday the 10th April at 7.00pm. All goalkeepers from U16 up are to attend as well as all team managers.GAA NEWS: RED HUGHS CLUB NEWS was last modified: April 2nd, 2013 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:RED HUGHS CLUB NOTESlast_img read more

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