The speedy American gelding FORTUNEONEHUNDRED made it all convincingly to win the eighth running of the $1 million Seek Exercise Book Back to School Trophy open allowance feature over 1300 metres at Caymanas Park yesterday, turning the tables on recent conqueror TRADITIONAL PRINCE. Installed a 3-2 favourite with title-chasing jockey Robert Halledeen riding for champion trainer Wayne DaCosta, FORTUNEONEHUNDRED coming off a narrow loss to TRADITIONAL PRINCE in the August 1 Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission Trophy over 1100 metres, beat his old rival by 1-1/2 lengths in a field of eight, covering the distance in the smart time of 1:17.3. With less speed to contend with on this occasion, FORTUNEONEHUNDRED broke winging and led comfortably from PETE’SWILDONE (Omar Walker up), RIO COBRE and TRADITIONAL PRINCE. He turned for home some three lengths clear of PETE’SWILD ONE and when TRADITIONAL PRINCE loomed large on the rails leaving the furlong pole, FOIRTUNEONEHUNDRED responded to a torrid right hand stick from Halledeen to hold him at bay. A 5-y-o chestnut gelding by Keyed Entry out of My Bridlewood, FORTUNEONEHUNDRED has now won eight races from 28 starts and $4.6 million in stakes. Walker highlighted the Seek raceday programme, sponsored by Book Empire Limited, with three winners – the 2-y-o debutante NUCLEAR AFFAIR, CLASSY PROSPECT and DREAMCOMETRUE in the final race to move to 49 winners, just one adrift of joint leaders Shane Ellis and Halledeen in the intriguing jockeys’ championship. The Seek Back to School Gimmick race over 1000 metres was won in post to post fashion by noted 5K runner Kirk Brown (7-5 favourite) ahead of Tevin Smith, who chased him relentlessly, with Andrew Gutzmore third. 8 WINS FROM 28 STARTS
KINGSTON, Jamaica:As if having all their favourite football action on one exciting app was not enough, telecommunications firm FLOW will be giving Jamaican fans an opportunity to see a UK Premiere League match of their choice.Any subscriber who downloads the FLOW Football App is eligible to win a complete prize package, which includes two tickets to a Premier League match of choice, return airline tickets to the UK, three-night hotel accommodation, as well as US$500 spending money. The competition runs from now through to February 29, 2016.In announcing the competition, John Reid, president of C&W’s consumer group, who has been leading the brand transformation across the Caribbean, had this to say, “I can’t think of a more opportune time to be a FLOW consumer as we continuously roll out innovative products and services all focused on providing a unique and unparalleled experience for our customers.”Over the past year, the company has unveiled an exciting and unrivaled suite of customer-centric products catering to sports enthusiasts, the binge-watching TV viewers, ‘app-loving techies’, and even special education apps. As such, customers now have access to an array of applications, including the FLOW Football App; FLOW To Go, where customers can access content to smart devices and phones; the Wikipedia app, which gives access to the popular search engine free of cost, and the Start Screen App to help mobile users make the most of their hand-held devices.Reid explained that the latest move is designed to reward loyal customers, while recognising that in a digital age, customers are increasingly accessing content on multiple devices.He added, “In 2015, when we were awarded the exclusive audio distribution rights for the Barclays Premier League across the Caribbean, we were able to give our customers access to the latest sports news, transfer activity and live streaming of every BPL match. Based on the number of downloads to date, it is obvious that customers love this service and we want to recognise that passion with an unforgettable experience for the lucky winner.”For this latest move, customers have to simply download the FLOW Football App, click on the advertising banner promoting the competition, enter name and contact details as requested, and then confirmation will be provided.Announcement of the winners will take place on March 1, 2016. The prize must be claimed before April 1, 2016. The prizes are non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash. Winners must have valid travel documents, i.e., passport, visa (where applicable) for entry to the UK.The competition is open to Flow mobile customers only.
The 2011 portion of the flyers’ season starts tonight.The Fort St. John Senior Mens Flyers will start the second half of their season at home, as they welcome the Horse Lake Chiefs to the North Peace Arena tonight.- Advertisement -This game marks the third meeting between the Flyers and the Chiefs, with the Flyers winning both previous games, outscoring the chiefs 18-4.Although, the Chiefs have added some extra depth, as two skilled players in Mike Lalonde and Sasha Lakovic have joined the Horse Lake roster.Puck drops at 8:30 p.m. and everyone is encouraged to attend and support the Flyers for their first game back.
Paul Pogba at his very finest.The former Manchester United midfielder is establishing himself as the finest central midfielder in world football at Juventus and illustrated why against Torino last night.Pogba curled home a beautiful free kick in the latter stages of the 4-0 Copa Italia victory as the Old Lady bid to defend their trophy.Simone Zaza scored twice while Paulo Dybala also found the net in the straightforward win. Paul Pogba 1
David de Gea was his usual reliable self for United 5 Matteo Darmian – 6It might say everything that one of United’s best attacking players today was their right-back. The Italian had plenty of freedom on the right flank and produced a number of dangerous crosses into the box, but Palace’s dogged back-four were superb at swatting away the danger.Chris Smalling – 4Missed a glorious chance early in the first-half when, unmarked at the back post and with the goalkeeper stranded, he headed the ball wide from a corner. At least the only mistake he made was not in front of his own goal, this time.Victor Lindelöf – 6The Swede wasn’t troubled too much, although he did allow Andros Townsend to run through for a great scoring chance (which he missed, obviously). Was clearly injured towards the end of the game but, with all three subs used, kept going admirably and, limping, helped thwart a late Palace attack. SUB: Fellaini – 4The new-look Belgian – who has shaved off his trademark fro – did little but add a bit more steel to United’s midfield. Could have caused serious injury to Luka Milivojevic when he caught him with a studs-up challenge.SUB: Marcus Rashford – 6The young Englishman brought a new sense of energy to the side when he came off the bench and was a big threat on the right wing. Had a late chance for a winner blocked. Why he didn’t start the game is a mystery.SUB: Alexis Sanchez – 6Helped link up attacking play better when he came on in the second-half, but he certainly doesn’t look the same player who won games almost single-handedly for Arsenal. Juan Mata (subbed on 59 mins) – 5Appears to be United’s only midfielder with any cutting edge in the final-third at the moment, but even he struggled to create today. His brilliant through-ball played in Lingard in the first-half, but the resulting shot was saved.Anthony Martial – 6Looked bereft of confidence, lacked a first-touch and often gave away possession. He did look bright with the ball at his feet, but his driving runs amounted to pretty much nothing. Should have done better with an open header in the first-half which was easily saved, and also shot wide in the closing stages when he should have hit the target at least.Romelu Lukaku – 5It’s clear to see why fans are at their wits end with the Belgian striker. It was another quiet game for the 25-year-old, although he did have a goal chalked out for offside and was close to a late winning goal with his head. Overall, though, he offered very little – and that is, perhaps, being kind. More boos rang out from the Old Trafford stands as Manchester United fans saw their side held to a draw against Crystal Palace on Saturday.Jose Mourinho’s men lost more ground on their top-four Premier League rivals as they suffered a frustrating afternoon in a performance that lacked energy and synergy. Ashley Young – 5Found himself in acres of space on the left so many times, but didn’t make the most of it. Often delayed his cross to cut in and then send it with his right foot, which allowed Palace defenders to recover and then clear. United really missed Luke Shaw today, and who would have said that a few months ago?Jesse Lingard (subbed on 59 mins) – 6Provided United’s first real shot on goal in the first half, a low close-range effort from Juan Mata’s pass, which was well saved by Wayne Hennessey. Always a willing runner, but was capably marshalled by a well-drilled Palace back-four.Nemanja Matic – 6United’s midfield kingpin, Matic got to pretty much everything in midfield and was always an outlet to help spread play and keep possession – it’s just a shame he was let down by his attacking team-mates.Paul Pogba (subbed on 68 mins) – 4Another frustrating afternoon for the World Cup winner, who doesn’t seem to know where he is best suited to playing for United. He popped up in all sorts of positions and didn’t really do anything of note in any of them. A long-range shot which he drilled over the bar was his only moment of any note. 5 Lindelof limps off after completing the 90 minutes despite an injury Pogba again struggled to have any influence for United 5 It was another poor display from United Lukaku has not gone 11 games without scoring for United Until perhaps the final 20 minutes, Crystal Palace were the more dangerous team, missing two or three glorious opportunities, and there may be some Eagles fans who will disappointed they didn’t sneak a victory against the below-par Red Devils.Both teams had goals chalked off for offside, with Cheikhou Kouyate and Romelu Lukaku having their headers ruled out by the linesman’s flag.But teams both had their goalkeepers to thank for a number of brilliant saves which kept it scoreless – although it was clear the home supporters were not happy about that fact when the full-time whistle was blown, as a chorus of boos rang out from the stands.How did the United team perform individually? Scroll down for talkSPORT.com’s player ratings…David De Gea – 7Had little to do, but was there when called upon. The Spaniard dived superbly to his right to deny a strong shot from Kouyate, and then recovered to block Patrick van Aanholt’s follow-up attempt. Crystal Palace piled the pressure on United, but only managed two shots on target. 5 5
DERRY terror gang Republican Action Against Drugs (RAAD) has claimed responsibility for Monday’s bomb attack in Muff.The gang also said it would attack any estate agent involved in selling the house it had bombed.A man inside the house was uninjured. It’s the second time he has cheated death in a RAAD bombing. “The occupant has put his house up for sale but RAAD will not allow him to profit from [it],” said the gang in a coded statement.“He will remain a target for as long as he lives in Ireland. We also advise all estate agents not to be involved in the sale of the property.”Gardai are appealing for information on the incident. Inspector David Murphy said his officers were made aware of the incident at 12.35 on Sunday night. On investigation they discovered that a ‘small device’ had exploded.“We called in the army’s explosive ordnance people and they are currently examining the device. Our forensics people are also involved. We have been engaged in house-to-house calls in the neighbourhood and we would appeal for anyone with any information to contact us.” REPUBLICAN TERROR GROUP CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR MUFF BOMB ATTACK was last modified: May 25th, 2011 by gregShare 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:allegedlybombdrugsmuff
Edel MacBrideAcclaimed Donegal designer Edel MacBride looks set to wow audiences at this month’s Fashion Fest in Derry with a special silver showcase of her new designs – celebrating 25 years in city’s Craft Village!The knitwear maestro is just one of four top designers lined up for an exclusive Fashion Show on Saturday, 22 November, alongside Northern Ireland Designer of the Year, Una Rodden, Oliver Doherty and Tamsin Blackbourn – all of whom will be visiting the city for this prestigious event.The Fashion Show is just one of many events lined up for the city’s first ever Fashion Fest, which is organised by Derry City Council’s Business Opportunities team, with support from Invest N. Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund. Edel, from Convoy, has become an integral part of the city’s fashion fabric and she is thrilled to be a part of its first dedicated fashion festival.“It’s something of a silver celebration for us, having opened my first door to the world in 1989 at the Craft Village on Shipquay street, 25 years ago,” Edel said.“We’ve never stopped creating and making fashion since, it’s been up and down, but there’s an incredible buzz now and it’s great to be part of it.”Renowned for her stunning, signature designs using traditional craft methods, the modest designer is looking forward to unveiling her latest collection here in the city. “As a designer I feel at a strong stage of brand evolution and hope I can make it dance on the catwalk on November 22nd,” Edel said. “Nothing beats a challenge!”SILVER CELEBRATIONS FOR CONVOY DESIGNER EDEL was last modified: November 10th, 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)
A THUG who bit and then head butted a Garda has appeared in court on several different charges.Michael Devlin, from Manor Court in Convoy, pleaded guilty to charges relating to incidents on separate nights in 2012.The most serious incidents occurred on May 27, 2012. Inspector Michael Harrison told Judge Paul Kelly at Letterkenny District Court that 20-year-old Devlin came to the attention of Gardai outside a nightclub at 2.30am that morning.Officers spotted Devlin throwing punches in the middle of a crowd and he was arrested.On the way to Milford Garda Station Devlin told one Garda: “I’m going to f***ing stab you. I know where you live. I’ll bite your f***ing ears off.”On arrival at the station, said the Inspector, Devlin continued to behave in an aggressive manner.He then head butted Garda Paddy Ryan before biting the officer on the thigh.“Garda Ryan said his leg began to bleed and he could see the teeth marks,” said the Inspector.The garda lost some blood as a result of the attack and had to receive a tetanus jab and antibiotics. He was off work for a week as a result and had to wait several weeks for blood test results.Whilst out on bail for those offences, Devlin started a row with Gardai in his native Convoy on August 12 2012.Devlin had started a row a number of people at The Green, Convoy. He was warned to move on but instead became aggressive towards gardai and was arrested.Defence solicitor Patsy Gallagher said Devlin is currently on a back to education programme and is due to become a dad for the second time.“He is more settled now. He fell in with the wrong crowd and is no longer associating with those people.“At the time of these incidents he was using class A drugs. He apologises profusely for what happened – he was completely high and stoned – on both cocaine and cannabis.”Judge Paul Kelly adjourned sentencing until February 17 next for reports.CRAZED COCAINE CRIMINAL HEAD-BUTTED AND BIT GARDA was last modified: December 19th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:assaulting gardaiconvoyDowningsLetterkenny CourtMichael Devlin
At Thursdays Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way Tourism Conference was Seamus Neely, Donegal County Council, Fiona Monaghan, Failte Ireland, Barney McLaughlin, Donegal County Council and Joy Harron, Donegal Tourism.Almost 200 delegates attended Donegal County Council’s ‘Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way’ Digital Marketing Conference in Solis Lough Eske Castle yesterday.Organisers of the conference, Donegal County Council in association with Failte Ireland and Donegal Tourism Ltd were delighted by the turnout and response to the event.Those who attended were hoping to gain an insight into digital marketing activities and how the Wild Atlantic Way touring route can increase visitor numbers in Donegal. Andrew Weld Moore from Facebook speaking at Thursdays Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way Tourism Conference organised by Donegal County Council, Failte Ireland and Donegal Tourism.The innovative conference got off to an interesting start as attendees and businesses discovered a range of simple cost effective online marketing tips that could be applied to businesses to ensure positive growth.Crowds heard from an expert panel of speakers presented at the conference including representatives from Google, Facebook and two of Ireland’s leading digital agencies. Wolfgang Digital and Ambition Digital gave insightful and invaluable information on digital marketing and social media for businesses.The conference also featured practical case studies from Donegal businesses in the tourism sector that feature the Wild Atlantic Way in their marketing campaigns with great success.Speaking at the conference Donegal County Council’s Chief Executive Seamus Neely said tourism is a hugely important to our economic growth and development in the county. “The Wild Atlantic Way is the perfect marketing tool to promote our fantastic county. This is reflected here today in the turnout of businesses who want to learn how to incorporate the Wild Atlantic Way into their marketing strategy to ensure lasting results for their tourism business. The information received here today is invaluable and we are keen to continue to work with businesses in the tourism sector to help increase visitor numbers to our county”.Speakers from Thursdays Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way Tourism Conference organised by Donegal County Council, Failte Ireland and Donegal Tourism. Left to right Seamus Neely, Donegal County Council, Fiona Monaghan, Failte Ireland, Alan Coleman, Woolfgang Digital, Charlie Boyle, Customer Service Excellence, Cllr. Nicholas Crossan, Donegal County Council, Andrew Weld Moore, Facebook and Jill Robb, Ambition Digital. COUNCIL’S WILD ATLANTIC WAY DIGITAL CONFERENCE GOES VIRAL! was last modified: September 26th, 2014 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:Donegal County CouncilSEAMUS NEELYWild Atlantic Way Digital Conference
Many Chelsea fans on Twitter want to see Frank Lampard back at Stamford Bridge after the former England midfielder announced his departure from New York City FC.Lampard confirmed on Monday he will be leaving the MLS club when his contract expires at the end of the year.On his Instagram account, he said he would be “making an announcement very soon” about the next stage of his career – and many Blues fans hope he will return to Chelsea as a coach.100% keeping my fingers crossed Super Frank comes back to Chelsea in some capacity to get his coaching badges. Legend. #CFC— Matt Annis⚽️ (@MattPandaAnnis) November 14, 2016Would love to see Super Frank in the Chelsea dugout as an assistant . JT and Lampard 👍🏼😁#cfc #Lampard— Vignesh Kumar (@RvigneshK) November 14, 2016Frank Lampard will always be super and always welcomed back to Chelsea. Hope to see him there again in some capacity v.soon #CFC #SuperFrank— Charlotte Hodges (@CharHodges88) November 14, 2016Lampard leaves @NYCFC. Hopefully comes back to Chelsea and works in the backroom— Christopher Phillips (@Chris101188) November 14, 2016Come back to chelsea as a coach frankie #CFC— Ahmed AlMeer (@ahmedalmeer11) November 14, 2016Some Chelsea supporters even think the 38-year-old still has something to offer on the pitch, and want him to add to his 648 appearances and 211 goals for the Blues.Lampard leaving New York City, scored 15 goals in 31 apps. Get him back at Chelsea!!!— CURTIS (@LCurtis100) November 14, 2016Would be a missed opportunity for us to not re-sign Frank Lampard. His contribution both on and off the pitch would be so valuable. #CFC— Rory Jennings (@Chelsearory) November 14, 2016Conte has done so much for our club already but IF he can bring Lampard back and let him finish his career at Chelsea would be FANTASTIC.— Lampsy (@hlampsy) November 14, 2016Sign Lampard now !!!!! @ChelseaFC— Stormbringer 是 (@MaximeAds_) November 14, 2016I know we have many targets but bringing Lampard back should be our priority in January 😎😎#CFC— CFC Tweet (@CFCTWEET__) November 14, 2016However, for others Lampard’s return would be purely sentimental.Having Drogba/Lamps as assistant coaches under, say, Mourinho makes sense because they know his methods. It’s not the case with Conte.— #4. (@ThatMunichNight) November 14, 2016What I’d like to see is Lamps take up a lower league coaching job in an effort to gain some experience to manage #CFC in the future.— Reddit Chelsea FC (@redditchelseafc) November 14, 2016Click here for the latest Chelsea transfer gossip See also:Lampard announces he is leaving ChelseaCity saved by Chelsea legend LampardLetting Lampard go made sense – and he should be treated as a legend Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook