On Monday last, ranks of A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara) held lectures in two schools around Georgetown where they touched on several pressing issues currently involving young people.Commander of G Division Senior Superintendent Khali Pareshram inspects ranks on TuesdayAt Bel Air Primary School, one hundred and seventy students and thirteen teachers were actively engaged in a lecture which focused on domestic violence, misconduct among youths as well as traffic regulations and stealing to name a few.The team comprised of Woman Corporal Lovern Naughton, Lance Corporal Jayon Johnson and Rural Sergeant Mahendra Persaud.The momentum cascaded as another team visited the Tutorial High School and dealt with issues such as gangs, bus riding, teenage pregnancy and the use and selling of narcotics among other topics which were discussed.The team, which consisted of Assistant Superintendent Kevin Das, Woman Inspector Alexis Alli, Inspector Gavin Boyce and Woman Corporal Wilson, spoke to a total of two hundred and twenty students and fifteen teachers.Meanwhile, Commander G Division (West Bank Demerara-East Bank Essequibo) Senior Superintendent Khali Pareshram on Tuesday held a muster at the Anna Regina Police Station compound, where eighty-one ranks from the various departments and sections turned out on parade, neatly dressed for inspection.During his address, the Commander sought to brief the ranks on several topics such as their nature of duty in the community, training, the Force’s reformation process, dealing with intoxicated persons in custody, the need for increased patrols, duties of subordinate officers, building trust and partnership with residents, promotional exams, tints on vehicles owned by members of the Force and domestic violence.Nine ranks were awarded trophies for their outstanding turnout on parade, while 11 others were awarded days off.The ranks were urged to remain vigilant and purposeful in their approach and to be good ambassadors of the Force and respect the human rights of members of the public.
Brad Bonello tied the score just 2:34 in, and with 6:50 remaining in regulation, Mark Hurtubise scored the game- winner against Stockton goalie Devan Dubnyk. The Ice Dogs then survived a ferocious finish by Stockton to draw even with Utah for ninth place in the standings. Mike Brown started in net for L.B. and gave up a goal to Brock Radunske just 29 seconds in. Ash Goldie tied it 34 seconds later, but Stockton retook the lead with second-period goals from Mathieu Melanson and Radunske. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Jeff Mason started the rally with 1:38 left in the second to get L.B. within a goal. The Ice Dogs carried that momentum into the third, when they outshot the Thunder, 13-3. More importantly, they moved within six points of idle Victoria for the eighth and final playoff spot in the National Conference. After falling behind 3-1 in the latter stages of the second period, the Ice Dogs shocked the crowd of 5,266 at Stockton Arena with three unanswered goals and the victory. STOCKTON – Since the start of the season, the Ice Dogs have not known any other place than last place. But with Sunday’s come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Stockton Thunder, the Ice Dogs finally managed to crawl out of the cellar. Ice Dogs 4, Stockton 3Friday: at Alaska, 8:15 p.m.
Sharks will in turn start their journey for a second consecutive final appearance and probably a shot at the title with an away trip to Nanyuki Youth.Gor Mahia who have won the title a record 13 times kick off their campaign in Mombasa when they take on SS Assad.Robert Matano will look to win the tournament for a second consecutive time and lead a different club to a historic third consecutive time when Tusker FC start their campaign away to Taita Taveta All Stars.Matano saw Ulinzi get to the final in 2016 losing to Tusker FC 1-0 in the final before leading AFC Leopards last year.Three-time champions Sofapaka will start their campaign against former giants Re Union while Bandari, winners of the title in 2015 will kick off their campaign in Garissa with a first round tie against debutants Berlin.Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa conducts the 2018 FKF Shield draw. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluA total of 64 teams will participate with Five Kenyan Premier League clubs choosing not take part in the fcompetition. Mathare has had a traditionof by-passing the domestic cup and they will be joined on the sidelines by Nakumatt, Thika United, Chemelil Sugar and Zoo Kericho.This year will have a different sponsor with betting firm SportPesa taking over from GOtv whose five-year partnership ended last year. The bookmaker has splashed Sh66mn into sponsoring the tournament to be spread over the next three years.The prize money remains the same; winners will take home Sh2mn, the runners up Sh1mn, third placed side Sh750,000 while the fourth placed team walks home with Sh500,000.Full drawFortune Sacco v Mwatate United, Nunguni Yulu v Ushuru FC, Berlin (Garissa) v Bandari, Taita Taveta All Stars v Tusker, Emmausians (Tana River) v Leysa, Nanyuki All Stars v KCB, Re Union v Sofapaka, Equity Bank (Div One) v Baba Dogo United, Friend Zone v Naivas, Tandaza v Zetech University, SS Assad (Mombasa) v Gor Mahia, Kenpoly v Savannah Cement, Nanyuki Youth v Kariobangi Sharks, Nairobi Water v Wazito, Ligi Ndogo v FC Talanta, Balaji v Modern Coast, Rainforest v Sony Sugar, Shabana v AFC Leopards, Vegpro v GFE 105, Nyamira All Stars v Vihiga United, MKU Nakuru v Kisumu All Stars, River Plate v Nakuru All Stars, Nakuru West Combined v Kenya Police, Dero v Nzoia Sugar, Trans Milan v Ulinzi Stars, Asec (Kakamega) v Kakamega Homeboyz, Egerton University v Western Stima, Kabras United v Bidco, Transmara Sugar v Posta Rangers, Kisumu Hotstars v Raiply, Bungoma Superstar v Timsales, Transfoc v Eldoret Youth0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000AFC Leopards players celebrating after winning the 2017 GOtv Shield title. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, KENYA, May 21- Defending champions AFC Leopards will start their Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Shield title defense against third tier side Shabana FC when this year’s tournament kicks off on June 1.AFC won their 10th Shield title last year with a 2-0 win over Kariobangi Sharks and will be looking to repeat the same feat this year.
The Greek government deployed 5,000 police officers to try and prevent violence.But two riot-trained police officers were left hospitalised, according to local media reports.A Molotov Cocktail thrown by AEK hooligans set ablaze a van with five PAOK supporters inside near the stadium.Media reports said two of the passengers were injured after being beaten up and were taken to a local hospital.Each team were issued only 17,196 tickets at the 69,618-capacity stadium with many gaps to keep supporters separated for safety reasons, after a season of high tension between PAOK and the Athens clubs.For the first time in 43 years a foreign referee was used in the Greek Cup final, with 44-year-old Spaniard David Borbalan being called to duty.Earlier this year, PAOK president Ivan Savvidis stormed onto the pitch with a holstered gun on his belt during a match against AEK, after becoming incensed over a refereeing decision.AEK later pipped PAOK to the Super League title after the latter’s appeal against a three-point deduction failed.Crowd violence has been prevalent all season, with former Olympiakos coach Oscar Garcia being injured in February when he was struck in the face by a cashier’s roll thrown by a PAOK fan.On Saturday, AEK missed out on a first double since 1978 as goals from Vieirinha and Dimitris Pelkas gained PAOK a measure of revenge for their defeat in the league title race.It was their second straight Cup final triumph over AEK, after a 2-1 win last season which was also tainted by violent incidents before the match.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Trouble spot: PAOK fans throw flares towards police © AFP / ANDREAS PAPAKONSTANTINOUATHENS, Greece, May 12 – Violent clashes between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens fans marred Saturday’s Greek Cup final at the Olympic Stadium, with two PAOK fans reported injured after a Molotov Cocktail was thrown inside their van.One PAOK supporter was also reportedly stabbed on Friday as fans of the Thessaloniki outfit, AEK and Olympiakos fought in the capital the night before the game, which PAOK won 2-0.
1 Memphis Depay Despite coming with a big reputation, Memphis Depay has hardly set the Premier League alight this season.He has only managed one goal and has been widely criticised for a perceived lack of effort.He was also part of the Netherlands side who embarrassingly missed out on qualifying for Euro 2016 next summer.And now it appears Louis van Gaal has finally lost patience with the winger, having dropped him for the trip to Goodison Park to face Everton.But what do Manchester United fans make of the manager’s decision? See below for the best reactions on social media …Manchester United XI to face Everton: De Gea, Darmian, Smalling, Jones, Rojo, Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin, Mata, Herrera, Rooney, Martial.
1 Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal with team-mate and fellow Spaniard Santi Cazorla Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal has played down talk of a move away from the club.The 29-year-old has 18 months to run on his current contract and has been linked with a return to Spain, with recent reports suggesting the Gunners had rejected an approach from Athletic Bilbao in the summer.However, Monreal has denied such speculation and instead revealed that he is loving life at the Emirates.“Everything feels right,” Monreal told the Arsenal Weekly podcast.“I can say that I feel at home on and off the pitch. If you don’t feel good off the pitch and in life in general, obviously you can’t give 100 per cent.“However, at the moment, I love England, I love London and I love my team-mates so everything is positive.”
12 Xabi Alonso is out of contract in 2017 – Alonso is 34, but hes good enough and cool enough to slot into most sides. Elsewhere in Bayern, full-back Rafinha and forwards Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben all have a year left to run on their contracts. Saido Berahino has a year left on his West Brom contract and could cost £15m – Tottenham had four bids rejected for Berahino last year and this season it seems Stoke are the ones leading the chase to sign the 22-year-old striker. The price has dropped from the £25m mark Tottenham were reportedly prepared to offer, but West Brom may still ask for close to £15m. 12 12 Nathan Redmond’s contract at Norwich has a year left – Relegated Norwich could cash in on the 22-year-old winger and West Ham and Stoke are both interested. 12 Having looked at players who are available for free in the summer when their current contracts expire, talkSPORT looks at those whose deals run out in 2017.It could mean clubs are able to land decent players in cut price deals, with chairmen willing to cash in rather than see their stars leave for nothing.Tottenham appear to have used Victor Wanyama’s situation at Southampton to their advantage as he is on the verge of joining for £11m. This could have been higher, but the midfielder’s current deal runs out in 2017.Click the arrow above, right, to see more players about to enter the final year of their contracts. 12 12 Liverpool to land Mario Gotze on the cheap due to contract situation? – After the Euros, the midfielders future will be sorted as his current deal at Bayern runs out in 2017. Gotze says he wants to play for Carlo Ancelotti, so is he using reported interest from Liverpool in order to earn himself a new contract in Germany? 12 12 12 Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s Borussia Dortmund contract runs out in 2017 – The players agent says Mkhitaryan wants to leave this summer, with Man United thought to be the preferred destination. Dortmund, though, are reportedly willing to let his contract run its course. Graziano Pelle’s Southampton contract expires in 2017 and could be bought on the cheap – click the arrow above, right, to see more players whose current deals expire next year – New Everton manager Ronald Koeman has been linked with the 30-year-old striker and Southampton are likely to cash in on the player rather than lose him for free next year. Stephan Lichtsteiner’s current Juventus deal runs out in 2017 – Lichtsteiner is a much admired player and one of Juventus most consistent performers. If the right-back wants to leave possibly for Chelsea as has been suggested his club would surely cash in on the 32-year-old Sandro Ramirez to leave Barcelona this summer? – Barcas 20-year-old is reluctant to extend his contract, which expires in 2017. The player wants regular first team football and Tottenham, Everton, Crystal Palace and Swansea are the Premier League teams interested. Santi Cazorla: Arsenal favourite has a year left on his contract – Cazorla has suffered with injury this season, but the 31-year-old is still one of the Premier Leagues better players. 12 12 Paddy McNair: Man United youngster has a year left on contract – The 21-year-old Northern Ireland stopper, who has also played in midfield, said he is hoping to impress new manager Jose Mourinho during Euro 2016. And presumably any other boss if Mourinho doesnt fancy him Joe Allen’s Liverpool contract runs out next year – Allen is wanted by Swansea, who sold him to Liverpool for £15m in 2012. The Reds have reportedly rejected an £8m offer for the midfielder currently impressing for Wales at Euro 2016. 12 AC Milan winger Jeremy Menez to leave before end of contract – Menezs agent said the player is leaving the club in the summer where they will assess any offers. After scoring 16 Serie A goals and creating four in the 2014/15 season, the 29-year-olds recent campaign has been far from ideal due to injuries.
Over the course of the Ice Dogs’ up-and-down season, coach Malcolm Cameron has searched for ways to pull his team out of mediocrity. His answer might have arrived. More of an offensive player, or at least two-way player, Rosa spent most of his ice time with the Admirals, an affiliate of the Nashville Predators, as a third-or fourth-line checker who saw spot duty all too often, which certainly didn’t help his numbers. Also, he spent about as many games as a healthy scratch as he did with a regular shift, and his contributions were nil on special teams. All of which added up to a drop in confidence. “I’m grateful for the experience but it was frustrating at the same time,” said Rosa. He would love to go back up at some point, but he’s in no hurry. “My goal is to move up, but I’m not worried about that right now,” he said. “What I am worrying about is getting my game back to where it was. I don’t think I’m at where I was last season.” Cameron, who has had his eye on Rosa all year, is glad to have him back, and he will play Rosa on one of the top scoring lines as well as on the power play and penalty kill. ICE DOGS NOTES: Cameron gave Greg Hewitt a well-deserved and much-need break, putting the tired and battered goalie on the seven-day IR. Hewitt has played in 26 of 31 games, including 14 of the last 16. Rookie Jaroslav Halak will start tonight’s game, and Olivier Michaud, coming off a leg injury, will start Saturday against Idaho (19-9-2). Whoever plays best will start Sunday’s game against Utah (19-11-2). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Cameron welcomed back ECHL Rookie of the Year runner-up Marco Rosa at practice Thursday morning after his three-month stay with the Milwaukee Admirals (AHL). The center is expected to play tonight against visiting Bakersfield (11-10-4). While it will certainly be a bonus to have a player like him back in the lineup, both Cameron and Rosa dismissed any notion that Rosa would come in and become some sort of savior. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “One player doesn’t make a team. You saw that last year with the NHL guys,” said Cameron, noting how NHL players in the league last season weren’t exactly stars but how they made their teams that much stronger. “He’s just one more piece to the puzzle. I do know we are a better hockey club than we were yesterday.” And Rosa isn’t expecting to make an immediate difference right away, especially after a relatively lackluster stay in Milwaukee, where he scored just two goals and added two assists in 27 games. While he has mixed emotions about dropping back down to the ECHL, he is happy to be back with the Ice Dogs (14-14-3) and to have the chance to regain the form that made him an All-Star and one of the league’s top rookies last season. “It’s going to take some time,” said Rosa, who had 34 goals and 31 assists in 72 games last year in his first pro season out of Merrimack College. “I just want to get better and help the team.” While he feels it was a positive to spend three months in the AHL, it didn’t come without the negatives.
Donegal has yet again been voted the sexiest accent on a survey done by Joe.ie.Take a look at the hilarious video above which gives you the types of accents that make up the sexiest accent in Ireland. The survey asked the readers to name the counties with the sexiest accents as well as the least attractive ones. Below are the results.The counties with the sexiest and most desirable accents are:DonegalDublinCork.The least desirable accents are:OffalyLongfordCarlow.Another success for us Donegal folk beating Dublin again. DONEGAL ACCENT VOTED YET AGAIN THE SEXIEST ACCENT IN IRELAND! was last modified: May 26th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegaljoe.iesexiest accents
Uptown Café is an exciting “new” café, deli and convenience store located in Letterkenny, and management are seeking to recruit a number of positions within the new café. Management are seeking to recruit an experienced cook, and an experienced deli/counter staff employee to work in the wonderful NEW UPTOWN CAFÉ.Management are seeking to recruit someone who is conscientious, enthusiastic and a team player , who is willing to join an amazing team of committed individuals. Applicants will need to have experience, be flexible and reliable.Applicants need to have outstanding customer service and work ethic , with excellent communicator skills.If you are the right person for this role send us an email with a covering letter and attached CV by 12:00 midday on the closing date Friday 14th November 2014Or why wait? IF YOU ARE SERIOUS EMAIL US NOWfirstname.lastname@example.org JOB VACANCIES: NEW LETTERKENNY CAFÉ LOOKING TO RECRUIT was last modified: November 11th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:jobsnews