NEPTUNE’S STORM ATTENDS PACE EN ROUTE TO IMPRESSIVE ONE LENGTH WIN IN $150,000 CINEMA STAKES UNDER VAN DYKE; TRAINED BY BALTAS, HE GETS 1 1/8 MILES ON TURF IN 1:48.65 ARCADIA, Calif. (June 2, 2019)–Attentive to the pace, Neptune’s Storm took command a quarter mile from home and went on to an impressive one length tally in Sunday’s $150,000 Cinema Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Drayden Van Dyke and trained by Richard Baltas, Neptune’s Storm, a 3-year-old Stormy Atlantic gelding, got a mile and one eighth on turf in 1:48.65.Breaking from the far outside in a field of five sophomores, Neptune’s Storm was quickly into stride and laid second to King of Speed to the top of the lane where he took command.“On paper, there wasn’t a whole a lot of speed and this horse has natural speed,” said Baltas, who took over the training of Neptune’s Storm prior to his most recent start, a three quarter length win in the one mile turf Singletary Stakes here on April 28. “He can carry his speed and he’s a good horse. The thing about him is, he’ll rate. He doesn’t have to have the lead…I didn’t have to tell Drayden anything…I just told him to have the horse up close.”The second choice in the wagering at 3-2, Neptune’s Storm paid $5.00, $3.00 and $2.40.“I learned from riding him last time and then working him in the mornings that when horses come to him on his outside, he’ll re-engage and fight back,” said Van Dyke. “On the gallop out today, horses came to him and he took off. He should like more distance.”Owned by Cybertec International Inc., Saul Gevertz, Lynn Gitomer, Mike Goetz, Michael Nentwig and Daniel Weiner, Neptune’s Storm, who is out of Immortal Life, by Iffraaj, picked up $90,000 for the win, increasing his earnings to $249,585. In garnering his second stakes win, he improved his overall mark to 9-4-1-2.In a determined effort, Parsimony, who was ridden by Mario Gutierrez, tracked the winner and pacesetting King of Speed to the furlong pole, prevailed by a neck for second money and paid $5.60 and $3.40 while off at 6-1.Ridden by Victor Espinoza, King of Speed was off at 11-1 and paid $3.60 to show while finishing 1 ¼ lengths in front of Gregorian Chant.Fractions on the race were 25.12, 49.53, 1:12.77 and 1:36.59.
Four tries to the Capras in the first half gave them a 20-4 lead at the break.The Hunters put themselves right back into the game when utility Noel Zeming crossed over to score two minutes into the second half.Zeming converted his own try to narrow the deficit to 20-10.The Hunters continued to put pressure on the Capras defence, launching wave after wave of attack threatening to score more points.This turned into points in the 61st minute when quick hands on the fifth tackle produced an overlap for winger Adex Wera to score out wide.Zeming found his mark striking the ball between the posts to set up a big finish for the match.All the momentum was with the Hunters and they were in again to score four minutes later when halfback Atte Bina Wabo spread the ball out to the wing for fullback Stargoth Amean to dummy and step in to score to level the game.Zeming’s attempt to convert was unsuccessful as his kick sailed wide.The last 10 minutes of play was where the Capras won the match.Halfback Matthew Minto struck a field goal in the 72 minute to put his side in front.But the win was sealed in the 77th minute when the Capras turned defence into attack after fullback Reece Baker caught the ball on the full from a Wabo bomb to run 70 metres to score.Minto added the extras right on the full time siren to cap off one of the biggest upsets of the 2016 Intrust Super Cup competition for the 7th placed Capras to beat the Hunters, who are sitting in 3rd place in the competition.
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Dear Editor,In a letter to the Editor on May 15, 2017, I expressed serious concerns following (then) Minister of Natural Resources Honourable Raphael Trotman’s statement on the Production Sharing Agreement with ExxonMobil whereby it was noted that “ExxonMobil is allowed to recover expenditure as part of the contract, this is easily understood. What is not clear is exactly what expenditure, is it the expenditure to the point of discovery? Do we have a figure of how much it cost ExxonMobil to discover the Liza field well and is that the amount to be recovered by ExxonMobil or is it that we will have to repay all of ExxonMobil’s subsequent costs as they continue to explore?”That was over two years ago, answers were never provided, for no doubt they were dismissed as ‘non-expert’. Sadly, the Government is now asking the International Monetary Fund the same questions. The concluding statement of the 2019 International Monetary Fund (IMF) Article IV Mission to Guyana states: “authorities have indicated their concerns that the absence of a ring-fencing arrangement in the Stabroek Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) could potentially affect the projected flow of Government oil revenues”.The harsh truth is that this omission from the PSA could not be made if the persons negotiating on the behalf of the Guyanese people applied logic, common sense, if you will, and genuine concern for the future wellbeing that oil revenues could provide. The adviser on petroleum to the President, Jan Mangal, now claims to have been absent from negotiations. No special knowledge of ‘oil and gas’ was required; just honest care, we may never know if the negotiations were so poorly done due to negligence, corruption, deficient logic or basic stupidity; what I do know, is that no Administration that cares so little for the future wellbeing of its people, should ever be elected again. The Guyanese people are not incapable of logical thought and we know the clichéd “fool me once” applies in spades.Respectfully,Robin Singh
Highway 29 Both directions Compact Snow with Slippery Sections from Junction with Highway 39, south of MacKenzie to Taylor (299.7 km). Travel Advisory in effect due to heavy snowfall. Please use caution when travelling. At this time we do not have any information the Alaska Highway north of Fort St. John, but will update this page if that changes. If you have any information on highways in the region, email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 250-800-2360 (please pull over before texting).Below are the current road conditions as of 6:45 a.m. Friday January 2, 2015. Highway 103 Both directions Compact Snow with Slippery Sections from Dawson Creek to British Columbia and Alberta Border (14.7 km). Travel Advisory in effect due to heavy snowfall. Please use caution when travelling. Highway 52 Both directions Highway 2 Both directions Compact Snow with Slippery Sections from Tumbler Ridge to Hudson’s Hope Bridge (163.9 km). Travel Advisory in effect due to heavy snow. Please use caution when travelling. Highway 97 Both directions Limited Visibility with Heavy Snowfall from Fort St. John to British Columbia and Alberta Border (67.2 km). Highway 52E Both directions Compact Snow with Slippery Sections from Tumbler Ridge to Junction with Highway 2, in Tupper (144.4 km). Travel Advisory in effect due to heavy snowfall. Please use caution when travelling. Limited Visibility with Blowing Snow from British Columbia and Alberta Border to Junction with Highway 97 North, in Dawson Creek (41.6 km). Compact Snow with Slippery Sections from Tumbler Ridge to Arras (98.7 km). Travel Advisory in effect due to heavy snowfall. Please use caution when travelling. Compact Snow with Slippery Sections from British Columbia and Alberta Border to Junction with Highway 97 North, in Dawson Creek (41.6 km). Highway 2 Both directions Highway 49 Both directions – Advertisement –
0Shares0000Jacques Tuyisenge is joined by Humphrey Mieno in celebrating his goal against Posta Rangers on August 10, 2018 at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu. PHOTO/KPLNAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 4 – Rwandese forward Jacques Tuyisenge joined Kariobangi Sharks’ Eric Kapaito and former Nzoia Sugar man Elvis Rupia on top of the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) golden boot race after scoring one and assisting another in Gor Mahia’s 4-1 thrashing over Zoo Kericho in Machakos on Thursday.Tuyisenge moved to 15 goals same as Kapaito and Rupia who has however not featured in the second leg after joining Zambian giants Power Dynamos in June. The former Rwanda Police FC attacker now hopes to score one more goal in the final day of the season against Tusker FC in Thika to pick the diadem in his second season turning out for the 17-time KPL champions.But, the trio might be joined on top by Zoo’s Mike Madoya who scored the Kericho based side’s consolation and should have had another late on but missed a penalty.–Positive startComing off a run of four winless matches, Gor got into a positive start with left back Wesley Onguso breaking the deadlock with a low shot from the edge of the area after 17 minutes.However, the visitors drew level with Madoya scoring his 14th goal of the season with a simple header inside the box off a Bernard Odhiambo cross after 33 minutes.Two minutes later though, the joy of an equalizer were dashed with Gor going back up ahead when Tuyisenge finished off Francis Mustafa’s cross inside the box.Wellington Ochieng then finished off Francis Kahata’s freekick heading it in in the 39th minute as Gor went to the break 3-1 up.The recently crowned champions needed just three minutes in the second half to pull further away, Bernard Ondiek striking a sweet volley from a Tuyisenge assist.Zoo had a chance to draw one back late on when Madoya was clipped inside the box by Joachim Oluoch, but the pint0sized attacking midfielder blasted his penalty wide.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Watford 0-0 Chelsea: Hornets hold Blues to another entertaining draw Watford and Chelsea shared the points in a 0-0 Premier League draw at Vicarage Road. These sides settled for a point each in a four-goal thriller at Stamford Bridge on Boxing Day and this game was exciting and tense, but without the goals as Heurelho Gomes performed incredibly well in between the sticks for Watford. It was tenth-placed Watford against 14th-placed Chelsea, who have not lost since Guus Hiddink replaced Jose Mourinho in December.After a bright Chelsea start, the Hornets grew into the contest and the Blues soon looked rattled.Odion Ighalo had a good chance when he was found in the box by Jose Holebas, before Thibaut Courtois made a series of good saves, first denying Craig Cathcart’s header before tipping away Etienne Capoue’s powerful drive.Diego Costa nearly gave the visitors the lead before the interval as he pulled a shot towards goal on the turn, palming the ball just past the post.Ahead of the break, Costa’s aggressive play was evident again as he and Juan Carlos Paredes had a coming together. The Spain international was infuriated, but credit to Odion Ighalo of Watford, who played a key part in calming down the Chelsea striker.Both sides had dangerous opportunities early in the second half, Watford captain Troy Deeney first striking a 20-yard volley inches wide before Costa laid a chance on a plate for Oscar from six yards. Under pressure, the Brazilian playmaker side-footed wide.An aggressive and entertaining contest, a 0-0 draw looked increasingly likely as Gomes made more stunning saves, denying Hazard late on after Allan Nyom’s error. The Brazilian goalkeeper rushed out to scramble to Hazard’s feet before the Belgian – on as a substitute – could get a shot off.Watford looked tired in the closing stages of the match and if there was going to be a winner, it looked like it would be Chelsea’s. Hazard dinked a ball to the far post and, on the stretch, Costa poked the ball into the side netting.Costa leapt high in the closing stages to head towards the far corner but the ever-present Gomes secured the point as he dived across goal to save yet again. 1
Rosaleen Delahunty from Ballyshannon, has won €37,000 on last Saturdays (27th June 2015) National Lottery Winning Streak game show on RTE. Pictured at the presentation of the winning cheques were from left to right: Sinead Kennedy, Winning Streak game show co-host; Eddie Banville, Head of Marketing at the National Lottery who made the presentation; Declan’s mother Rosaleen Delahunty, who played the game on her son’s behalf; son, Declan Delahunty, and Marty Whelan, Winning Streak game show co-host. The winning ticket was bought from Spar, Townparks, Ballyshannon.A birthday card with a scratch card tucked inside for a 10 year old boy has landed a Donegal family with a cool €37,000.Declan Delahunty from Ballyshannon was delighted when he received there stars on the scratch-card he received from neighbour Joe Doherty.As a bit of added luck, Joe even agree to post the Winning Streak entry for young Declan.So you can imagine Declan’s delight when his name was called out to appear on the television gumshoe. Declan, a third class pupil at Scoil Chaitriona, nominated mum Rosaleen to play on his behalf.And Rosaleen certainly did the business as she won a cool €37,000 on the show.Some children from Declan’s class at Scoil Chaitríona in Ballyshannon even made a banner and were in the audience to support Rosaleen. LUCKY BIRTHDAY CARD GIFTS DONEGAL FAMILY A COOL €37,000 ON WINNING STREAK! was last modified: June 30th, 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) Tags:BallyshannonDeclan DelahuntydonegallotteryWinning Streak
A brother and sister-in-law have proven that blood isn’t always thicker than water after agreeing to undertake this weekend’s Dublin City marathon together.Stephen McElhinney and Rachel Enfield have been a familiar sight around the country roads of Glenswilly and Lettetrkenny in recent months.The neighbours from Tullygay decided to put on their jogging shoes and tackle the 26.2 mile course which takes place n the capital this Sunday. Neither had ever ran before they decided to take up the challenge and to raise some much-needed funds for the Donegal Hospice.Stephen says they have hopefully put in enough miles to get across the line without too much pain come Sunday afternoon.“People ahem been so good and everyone who has ever done a marathon has offered us some bits of advice. Even those who have never done one have offered us plenty of advice,” laughed well-known bread-delivery man Stephen.Stephen, who rises for work each morning at 4am, has been trying to juggle his raining runs with Rachel who has to juggle her everyday life as a mum. Her cause has not been helped by the fact that husband Paddy flew to Lebanon six months ago on peace-keepong missions with the Irish Army.Big-hearted Paddy has made the ultimate sacrifice and has flown back to Ireland for a few days to support Rachel and Stephen before flying back to the Lebanon in a few days to complete his year long tour of duty.Rachel and Stephen have booked a hotel close to the starting line of the race so they won’t have to wake to early on the morning of the race.“I’m not sure if we’ve done the right thing there. We’re hearing now that Harcourt Street is full of hen and stag parties and they might keep us awake.“Don’t get us wrong, we might join them after the race but before the race I’m hoping we can get as much sleep as possible,” laughed Stephen. If you would like to donate to Stephen and Rachel’s idonate page, please log onto https://www.idonate.ie/mobile/fundraiser/11360769_rachel-and-stephens-run-for-the-hospice-2016.htmlPlease give this very worthwhile fundraising effort as little or as much as you can spare.Brother and sister-in-law hoping to complete marathon – without falling out! was last modified: October 26th, 2016 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:donegaldonegal hospicedublin city marathonRachel EnfieldStephen McElhinney
CAPPRY ROVERS NOTESCONGRATULATIONSCongratulations to Sean McBride who represented the Ireland u16’s in the Mayo International Cup. They were unfortunately beaten 2-0 in the final by Millwall F.C. Sean came so close to leveling the scoring in the final 10 minutes when he saw a fantastic header hit the post. He was on the score sheet in the semi final against Northern Ireland. Everybody at the club is very proud of Sean and his achievements to date. We all wish him continued success. Keep up the hard work Sean.CAPPRY ROVERS LOTTO Last weeks lotto numbers were 10, 13, 16, 18. There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was Patrick McBride, Cappry.Next weeks jackpot is €700. Remember if you’re not in you can’t win!!CAPPRY COUNTRY BARBEQUEDue to the Donegal game being played on Sunday we have brought forward the Cappry Country Barbeque to Friday 29th August @ 8pm.This is a night not to be missed. Rodeo Bull and fun and games on the night. Spot prizes to be given out on the night. Only €5 entry.Last years Barbeque proved to be a great night and was talked about for a long time after. All money raised on the night goes towards the youth football for the coming season. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. UNDERAGE TRAININGAll underage training has started back this week. Keep an eye on our facebook page for more information.SENIORSenior training is on Wednesday evening. Players to be on the pitch for 7.30pm. SOCCER NEWS: CAPPRY ROVERS TEEN SEAN STARS FOR IRELAND was last modified: August 26th, 2014 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)