first_imgIN A THRILLER, GIFT BOX DEFEATS McKINZIE BY A NOSE IN GRADE I, $600,000 SANTA ANITA HANDICAP; RIDDEN BY ROSARIO, HE GIVES SADLER HIS SECOND BIG ‘CAP VICTORY IN A ROW, COVERING 1 ¼ MILES IN 2:03.02 ON A STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON, HUGE PERFORMANCES IN THE SANTA ANITA DERBY & THE BIG ‘CAP WOW AN ON-TRACK CROWD OF 30,713 ARCADIA, Calif. (April 6, 2019)–On a stunningly beautiful day at Santa Anita, the 82nd running of the iconic track’s signature race for older horses, the Grade I, $600,000 Santa Anita Handicap, developed into a thrilling stretch battle between the two principles in today’s affair, John Sadler’s Gift Box and Bob Baffert’s McKinzie.  In the end, it was Joel Rosario and Gift Box by a nose over Mike Smith and McKinzie, with the gray Gift Box stopping the clock in 2:03.02 for a mile and a quarter.With longshot Prime Attraction showing the way into the Club House turn, Gift Box and McKinzie were in close attendance, no more than a length and a half off the early lead.  Mid-way around the far turn, Rosario, who had his mount well in-hand, cruised to the lead past Prime Attraction a quarter mile out and was immediately engaged to his outside by McKinzie.From the three sixteenths pole home, it was a classic head and head battle that had all 30,713 on-track fans enthralled and yes, if even for a couple minutes, maybe far removed from the weight of an onslaught of bad news primarily wrought by a wet winter.“It was a good race,” said Rosario.  “He broke perfect out of there and John told me to keep him close and when he wants to go, maybe follow someone…It was a good race turning for home.  I knew McKinzie was coming for us in the last part…He showed a lot of heart today and I have to thank Hronis Racing for the opportunity and to John.”For Sadler and owner Hronis Brothers Racing, LLC, it was their second Big ‘Cap win in a row, having won it last year with eventual Older Horse of the Year Accelerate.Originally based in New York, Gift Box, a 6-year-old horse by Twirling Candy, out of the Unbridled’s Song mare Special Me, had been idle since his first Southern California start, a half length win in the Grade II, 1 1/16 miles San Antonio Stakes on Dec. 26.“This is very special,” said Sadler.  “I grew up with this race, to win it two years in a row is incredible.  I came here as a kid with Lou Rowan (owner/breeder and original board member of the Oak Tree Racing Assoiciation) when Quicken Tree won the Big ‘Cap (1970), so it means a great deal to me.“Joel rode a great race, you could see he had a lot of horse around the turn and he was just sitting on him.  To beat a top horse like McKinzie in a photo like that…We needed it because we lost that tough photo last week (with Catapult, who was beaten a nose by longshot Ohio in the Grade I Frank E. Kilroe Mile).  This was the plan when we bought this horse and it happened.  We couldn’t be happier.”Off as the 2-1 second choice in a field of six, Gift Box, in his first Grade I win, paid $6.20, $2.40 and $2.20.  With the winner’s share of $355,000, he hiked his earnings to $879,160 and improved his overall mark to 15-5-5-2.For his part, McKinzie lost nothing by way of stature in defeat as he was 3 ¾ lengths clear of longshot Mongolian Groom.  Off as the 2-5 favorite, 4-year-old McKinzie, who carried top weight of 123 pounds while spotting the winner one pound, paid $2.10 and $2.10.Ridden by Geovanni Franco, Mongolian Groom, off at 53-1, paid $3.40 to show.Fractions on the race were 24.24, 49.03, 1:13.70 and 1:38.37.Although Baffert was denied his sixth Big ‘Cap win, he took his record ninth Grade I Santa Anita Derby two races earlier, as Roadster upset his stablemate Game Winner by a half length in a thrilling stretch run that barring something unforeseen, should propel both colts to center stage in next month’s Kentucky’s Derby.Racing resumes with a nine-race card on Sunday.  First post time is at 1 p.m. and admission gates open at 11 a.m.last_img read more

Police hunting for man who raped 82-year-old in Linden

first_img…13 men wanted for sexual offences – Commander Police are on the hunt for a man who sexually assaulted an 82-year-old woman and then told her that he would bring her some money the following day to help her with expenses.According to a police source, both the suspect and the victim reside in Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice), and are known to each other. Following the incident, the woman reported the matter to the police and the suspect was taken into custody. However, after the 72-hour holding period had expired, Police released the man on station bail as they awaited legal advice.“We had the guy, we were done with the statement and the report. We sent for legal advice and so on, the file came back, and we were advised to charge him. But that 72-hour was up and we had to let him go on cash bail, and now he cannot be found but we will continue to search until we find him,” a police source told this publication.Wanted: Winston Rodney called “Skinny”Meanwhile, Commander of E Division (Linden-Kwakwani), Senior Superintendent Linden Lord when contacted confirmed that his ranks are in pursuit of the suspect.He added that the suspect is one of 13 men that the police in that Division are on the hunt for in relation to sexual offences.“We have 13 people, including him that raped the grandmother, on a list that has been prepared; a wanted bulletin list, and all of them have to be charged. All those 13 files were sent for legal advice and the advice given was that each of them to be charged for their individual offences. These 13 persons are from cases as recent as a few weeks ago and dates back to 2017,” he explained.Crucial collaborationAccording to Commander Lord, the ranks in the Division are working to ensure that they clamp down on the prevalence of sexual offences in Region 10 and at the same time in helping to bring justice to victims. He added that collaboration and cooperation from all stakeholders are crucial.“I think that the most serious crimes that we have in this Division are with children…it is there and the records show this, you cannot deviate from, we are not getting the amount in other crimes. But we are trying to sensitise communities, schools, children etc as much as possible. Ranks from the Sexual Offences Unit usually have talks with school children of all ages and this is a regular feature so we continue to try to eradicate this,” he added.Just recently, in Region 10, a five-year-old boy was sexually assaulted 35-year-old Winston Rodney called “Skinny”, who also is presently on the run from the police.Reports are that between July 1 and July 31, the village of Kwakwani, Region 10 was hit by flooding and the suspect along with the little boy were alone in a boat traversing the community when the child was raped.In that instance also, the suspect was arrested for the offence, but when the file was eventually returned with the instructions to charge the suspect, the mandatory 72-hour holding period had already expired.Although ranks immediately went in search of Rodney at his given address and combed the village for the rape suspect, he was nowhere to be found.A wanted bulletin was subsequently issued for Rodney.last_img read more

Jordan, Trotman should be jailed over stashing ‘signing bonus’ from public – Dr Ramsaroop

first_imgThe buck stops at the head and the revelation that the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition Administration secretly accepted and stashed billions in a private account, unknown to the Guyanese public, is “downright criminal, immoral and unethical” – a matter that requires the attention and full-fledged investigation by the Guyana Police Force.Economic Advisor to the Opposition Leader, Dr Peter Ramsaroop, laid the damning charges on Tuesday during an interview with Guyana Times, suggesting that the only way for Head of State David Granger to regain even a minutia of credibility, is to immediately fire the Ministers of Finance and Natural Resources, Winston Jordan and Raphael Trotman.He told this publication that both Ministers should be placed before the courts over the flagrant violation of Guyana’s supreme law, the Constitution.The financial analyst pointed to Article 216 of the Guyana Constitution which dictates that all public revenue be placed in the Consolidated Fund with the exception being where a specific law allows for the money to be placed in a special account.“None of this happened, there is no law as yet for the receipt of monies from Guyana’s oil revenues, we keep hearing of Sovereign Wealth Fund but we are yet to see any legislative instruments to give effect…this is all downright criminal,” according to Dr Ramsaroop.He said “the growing list of scandals and downright corrupt practices of this PNC-led Government is enough for the people of this country to stand up and demand their removal from office even before 2020.”According to Dr Ramsaroop, democratic norms dictate that “we await general elections in 2020 but with this Government’s machinations at the Guyana Elections Commission along with its penchant for spending taxpayers’ dollars in secret, one need not leave to the imagination their intentions for revenues to be had from Guyana’s oil and gas sector.”The economic advisor suggested that this could very well be the motivation behind the Speaker of the National Assembly’s biased and most revealing ruling in the House thus far.Dr Ramsaroop was at the time drawing reference to the expulsion of People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Member of Parliament Juan Edghill.According to the advisor, while the Speaker is within his right to suspend any member of the House, his reasons are suspect.“All the Opposition wanted was more time to scrutinise the spending by the most bloated Ministry in Government, the Ministry of the Presidency,” he posited.According to Dr Ramsaroop, the ruckus that was created and fuelled further by the Speaker’s intransigence was just another attempt to “pull wool over the eyes of the Guyanese people.”The economic advisor to the Opposition Leader maintains that “the only reason the Speaker gave instructions which implied calling in the Police was meant to serve as a distraction.”He told this publication “this Government is fully aware that a great many Guyanese can be easily distracted by sensational news.” Dr Ramsaroop told this publication it is no coincidence that the ruckus created in Parliament on Monday occurred as the Opposition was preparing to scrutinise the money it has in its allocations for 2018 and the fact that it received $3.6 billion would have no doubt been under intense probity.“They did not want this…had that information never been leaked, this country would have been none the wiser and the apologists instead of confronting the issue and at the very least call on Government to apologise to this nation have instead resorted to distractions.”The economic advisor told this publication that he will be pushing the PPP to file private criminal charges against Ministers Jordan and Trotman.“The Speaker is supposed to protect the interest of all elected representatives especially those that form the minority in a National Assembly but in this case we have a Speaker who is openly biased against the PPP and has in fact clearly demonstrated that he will use his office to further the agenda of the PNC-led Granger Government.”According to Dr Ramsaroop, “we will have to go to the courts but even there we have some reservations as a result of the slothfulness of the system and the fact that Judges are now being handpicked.”The economic advisor told Guyana Times that “the future of this country is literally at stake here.”Drawing reference to the Guyanese adage “you don’t put cat to watch milk”, Dr Ramsaroop said it is time a mostly docile population come to the realisation that the country is at a turning point in its history – a turning point that will require competent and honest leadership.“Guyanese people are not fools,” he said and pointed to the fact that several Government spokespersons in recent years have repeatedly accused the PPP Administration of corrupt practices but after audit after audit costing taxpayers’ millions of dollars the Administration is yet to have one allegation of corrupt PPP officials being successfully prosecuted.”He noted that in contrast, the David Granger Administration has been racking up scandal after scandal – scandals that the supporters of the APNU/AFC are now openly complaining over.“These people have already demonstrated an authoritarian approach in its management of this country and the fact that they have now begun secretly accessing money from Guyana’s oil reserve should serve to wake up Guyanese people.”He concluded his scathing criticism of the coalition Administration’s handling of the signing bonus saying, “imagine we haven’t even started to produce oil as yet but this Government has already begun hiding from the Guyanese people, revenues it has begun receiving for the national patrimony.”Dr Ramsaroop was adamant “this Government cannot be trusted to steer us into an oil economy.”last_img read more

RCMP investigating incidence of shots fired in Grande Prairie

first_imgGRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – Police in Grande Prairie are investigating a firearm-incident that took place on the city’s west side yesterday.On Wednesday, July 6th at approximately 2:30 p.m., the RCMP received a report of shots fired at a business. After a confrontation inside of the business, a lone male suspect left the area, and returned driving in a vehicle a short time later. The suspect was then seen brandishing a firearm, firing it in the direction of the business’ patrons.The suspect fled the scene a second time and engaged in a police pursuit which ended several blocks away. The man was arrested and is currently in police custody.- Advertisement -No one was harmed. The investigation is on-going.If you have any information about the incident, you’re asked to call the Grande Prairie RCMP detachment, or call Crime Stoppers if you wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-TIPS.last_img read more

Newcastle star almost joined Porto last summer

first_imgNewcastle striker Ayoze Perez almost joined Porto in the summer, instead of the in-form Magpies.The 21-year-old has the scored the winner for Alan Pardew’s side in their last two Premier League matches with Tottenham and Liverpool both being crushed by the exciting young Spaniard.Newcastle payed Tenerife around £1.9m for the forward in the summer and he is already well on his way to repaying them by firing them away from the relegation zone and lifting the mood around St James’ Park after supporters campaigned against Pardew.But it could have been very different if the Portuguese giants – who could have guaranteed Perez Champions League football – completed the deal to sign the goal scorer.“I was very close to signing for Porto,” Perez said. “But for some small details we could not close the deal. Newcastle is now enhancing the way I play.” 1 Ayoze Perez in action for Newcastle last_img read more

The Press Pass – Sunday, January 3

first_imgNeil Ashton was joined by Tom Hopkinson and Matt Hughes to cast their eye over the main sporting stories, including the first Premier League weekend of 2016.Among topics up for discussion were Ben Stokes and England’s fantastic cricket performance in South Africa, the relationship between football players and the press, Wayne Rooney’s first league goal since October and much more.last_img


first_imgRace No.                First Name           Surname               Club        Category419         christopher         Johnston               letterkenny         SM           15.26301         emmet mcgettingan       city of derry         sm           15.32 372         mark      hoy          finn valley            sm           15.33324         ivan        toner     letterkenny         sm           15.37314         mark      bonner fv              jm            15.5313         keith      shields foyle valley          sm           16.14 410         Ciaran   McBride                 letterkenny         JM            16.16315         ryan        porter   fv              jm            16.4435         noel        diver      rosses   sm           16.45360         mark      connolly                finn valley            m50        16.5312         jude        odonnell               letterkenny         sm           16.54 325         martin gormley                 letterkenny         m45        17.13411         Kevin     Kilkenny                letterkenny         JM            17.18363         pat          hegarty                  finn valley            m50        17.22342         Shane    McNulty                 finn valley            SM           17.25 403         Darren  McGowan             IND          SM           17.33358         kevin      connolly                lifford ac                sm           17.37375         colin       mcnulty                 finn valley            sm           17.54339         adrian   gillesie ind           sm           17.56366         michael                 penrose                 finn valley            m45        18.05327         noreen mcgettingan       letterkenny         sw            18.23381         oisin       gallen    finn valley            jm            18.33367         michael                 gallagher              finn valley            sm           18.45319         patrick                    mcglynn                 fv              sm           18.46317         raymond               doherty                  fv              m45        18.48359         maurice                 sharkey                  lifford ac                sm           18.56455         brendan                mcdyre                   ind           sm           19.05310         andy       scanlon                  fv              m45        19.08304         danny    mcgeehan            fv              jm            19.09452         annavoi                 cheeves                 ind           sm           19.21393         trevor    doherty                  ind           sm           19.27412         Colin      Mooney                 IND          sM           19.3404         Liam       Murray IND          SM           19.43433         joe           dunnion                 ind           sm           19.5386         kevin      maguire                 finn valley            sm           19.52432         paddy    clohessy                ind           sm           19.54389         mairead                anderson              finn valley            m40        19.56458         tony        gallagher              ind           m45        19.57354         james    morris   tirconnell             jm            20374         hugh       odonnell               ind           m45        20.01459         kieran   kelly       ind           m40        20.08311         seamus                  curran   fv              m50        20.12450         paul        wilkinson              ind           sm           20.17380         tom         kelly       cranford                m40        20.2376         johnny  ward      tirconnell             m50        20.21392         christopher         gallen    ind           sm           20.22340         cathal   harvey  ind                             20.23337         marie    boyle     ind           sw            20.33373         dwain    long        finn valley            sm           20.33364         colm       mctaggart            ind           sm           20.4382         paddy    hannigan              ind           m45        20.43417         Patsy     Doherty                 finn valley            M50        20.47330         cathal   mcgranaghan    ind           jm            20.48302         pauric   mcgeehan            fv              m40        20.49343         Kathleen               McNulty                 finn valley            SW           20.51395         garry      dunnion                 ind           sm           20.55453         john        lynch      ind           sm           20.56333         vera        haughey                tirconnell             w45        21378         Niall       Mulrine                  24/7 Triathlon Club         SM           21.01347         Barry      Duffy      tirconnell             M40        21.02461         mai         peoples                 ind           M45        21.1318         david     chaney gnd          m40        21.11351         darragh                  mcsorley               ind           sm           21.11370         paul        mcdevitt               tirconnell             m40        21.17338         michael                 mcmenamin       ind           m40        21.22402         Amanda                 Morrow                  finn valley            SW           21.29391         michael                 kerr         ind           sm           21.37336         gloria     donaghy                finn valley            w50        21.39400         jackie    harvey  finn valley            sw            21.42308         ailish     patton  fv              sw            21.47456         charmain              obrien   ind           sw            21.59332         sean       mc menamin      aghyaran              m50        22.02368         cathal   roarty    24/7 Triathlon   m45        22.08309         darren  collins   ind           sm           22.12399         maeve  mcgrath                 finn valley            w40        22.14328         ailish     bell         ind           w40        22.16326         rosaleen               doherty                  letterkenny         sw            22.18413         John       Grant     247 Triathlon     SM           22.4406         Declan  Rooney                   tirconnell             m40        22.56362         james    doherty                  ind           sm           23.05454         emily     bonner ind           sw            23.06329         jackie    harvey  tirconnell             w50        23.1341         Cronan Scanlon                  finn valley            SM           23.11202         PH            Bonner IND          SM           23.2420         Laura     Corbett                  letterkenny         W40       23.38335         brian      fennell  ind           m45        23.39316         brendan                irwin      ind           sm           23.49438         james    nash       finn valley            m40        23.53345         Sharon  Hamilton              finn valley            SW           23.54201         Joanne McNabb                 IND          SW           23.55305         aisling   mcgeehan            fv              sw            23.58303         evelyn   mcgeehan            fv              f40           24.06407         Gaby      McGlone               tirconnell             W40       24.07397         brian      oreilly   ind           m40        24.14353         grace     morris   tirconnell             jw             24.16396         deirdre                   mcguire                 ind           w40        24.24457         michelle                gallagher              ind           sw            24.25430         deirdre                   collins   finn valley            sw            24.3415         Denise  Gallagher             IND          W40       24.41355         martina                 mcgee   tirconnell             sw            24.44334         clare      gallagher              ind           sw            25.13416         Irene      Durkin   Tullaghan             SW           25.13451         samantha            wilkinson              ind           sw            25.16390         caroline                 mcguire                 finn valley            w40        25.18398         rosemary              bonner ind           sw            25.26414         Josie      Lawlor  IND          W45       25.26331         hugo       mcguire                 aghyaran              m50        25.27418         Stephen                 McPhilemy          ind           M50        25.3346         Ruth       Mc Crudden        IND          W40       25.5306         barry      irwin      ind           sm           26323         olivia     murphy                  tirconnell             w45        26.02385         dinese  harper  finn valley            w45        26.24431         catherine             collins   finn valley            sw            26.25369         tony        cummins               tirconnell             m50        26.31371         jane        mcdevitt               tirconnell             w40        26.34384         sinead  collins   finn valley            sw            26.35357         karina   campbell              ind           sw            26.44379         margaret              mcconnell            ind           sw            26.55387         sonya    boyle     ind           sw            27.06388         john        mcdaid                   ind           sm           27.09460         kevin      mchugh                  ind           m50        27.46344         Margaret              Doherty                 finn valley            W45       27.52383         siobnhan              byrne     finn valley            w50        28.11436         louise    collins   ind           sw            28.11408         Maeve Rooney                   tirconnell             Jw            28.52377         roisin     ward      tirconnell             jw             29.45401         Saoirse                   McDevitt               tirconnell             Jw            29.46394         aisling   doherty                  ind           sw            29.47409         Shannon                Rooney                   tirconnell             JM            31.25437         majella                  collins   ind           w40        32.16405         Eleanor                  Rooney                   tirconnell             W45       32.66348         Tara        Duffy      tirconnell             JW           34.09349         Aoife      McDevitt               tirconnell             Jw            35.47322         siobhan                 finigan  ind           sw            37.13350         lena        oreilly   ind           w45        37.31361         ann         dunnion                 ind           w50        42.16307         brendan                patton  fv              m50        Unknown320         ann         kelly       ind           w45        Unknown321         marie    morgan                  ind           w50        Unknown352         brenda morris   tirconnell             w50        Unknown356         dolores                  doherty                  ind           w40        Unknown365         conor     griffin     ind           jm            Unknown434         roisin     nidhuibhe            ind           sw            Unknown439         annemarie          mcgeehan            finn valley            w40        UnknownRESULTS FROM 5K BALLYBOFEY AT SEAN MCCUMHAILL PARK was last modified: September 2nd, 2011 by BrendaShare 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 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first_imgRosses ACThe Viking House was the venue last Friday night for our club social and awards night. There was a great attendance and a great night with Ita Gallagher performing the speeches and presentations on the night. The following awards were presented: Noel Diver – Male Cross Country athlete of the year; Helen Mc Cready – Female Road Running athlete of the year; Bríd Doherty – Club Person of the year; Noreen Mc Gee – Female Cross Country athlete of the year; Aidan Gillespie – Track and Field athlete of the year. Congratulations to Sean McGinley for his performance at the 5k at the Phoenix Park at the weekend. For the diaries, the Naomh Mhuire club are organising a 5k from the clubhouse at the Banks on Boxing day which is a family event for walkers, joggers and runners which will be followed by a club 5k Spring series of three races in the new year with dates in next weeks notes. Happy Christmas to all our club members.ATHLETICS NEWS: ROSSES AC NOTES was last modified: December 18th, 2012 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:Rosses AC noteslast_img read more

Cappry Rovers defeat Deele Harps in Donegal Junior League

first_imgCAPPRY ROVERS NOTES  03/10/2016 CAPPRY LOTTO The numbers drawn in the Cappry lotto were 5, 17, 19, 23.There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the lucky €50 ticket was Raymond Browne, Ash Meadows, Drumboe .Next weeks jackpot is €6100.Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win. CAPPRY ROVERSDeele hosted Cappry in Division One and the points went back up the road through Ballybofey. Cappry started well and piled on the pressure which paid off on 20 minutes when an unchallenged cross from the left picked out Paddy McNulty who headed home. Soon after Deele conceded again when Calvin Bradley evaded two Deele tackles and fired home a great strike from 20 yards. As Deele were beginning to threaten the visitors delivered the sucker punch on 44 minutes when some hesitant defending from Deele let Bradley in and he needs no invitation and he lobbed home from a tight angle. The home side improved in the second half but the damage was done and Cappry deserved the win.CAPPRY ROVERS U14s Cappry Rovers hosted Fintown Harps on Saturday afternoon in Cappry Park. In what was a tight game it was Cappry who emerged victorious on a 2-1 scoreline with Odhran O’Donnell and Jamie Murray on the score sheet.CAPPRY CRUSADERS U14’s Our U14 Cappry Crusaders welcomed Letterkenny United to Cappry Park on Saturday 01/10/16. Daniel Crawford returned between the posts with Tim Scanlon lining out alongside Johnny Griffin and Kian Gallagher in defence! In a lively encounter it was Cappry who started the brighter with Ronan Gallagher and Keelan Browne dictating the pace of the game with clever passing and movement. Daniel Taberski, Conor Lynch and Owen Stewart added energy in the midfield which was rewarded with a goal on 20 mins by Stewart! Keelan Browne scored a sublime second with a subtle chip just before half time to make it 2-0 to Cappry at the break. Letterkenny pressed hard after the break but the Cappry rearguard stood strong with the back 3 tackling hard! Keelan Browne scored his second of the game finishing off a fine move to make it 3-1 to Cappry! Letterkenny scored from a penalty with 15 minutes left in the clock after hesitation in the Cappry defence! The introduction of Johnny Bell, Darragh Porter, Declan Slevin, Sean McGroary and Shane McBride provided the tackling and energy needed to see the game out for a Cappry win with the final score line 3-1! The hard work at training is showing on the pitch!A man of the match performance from Keelan Browne for his all round play and clinical finishing!Thanks to TK McFeely and his Letterkenny team for a sporting game!CAPPRY ROVERS U12’s Our U12’s made the short trip to the Finn Valley Centre last Friday evening to play Ballybofey Utd and continued their great run with a 4-0 victory. Daniel Marley, Kevin McCormack, Luke McGlynn and Mark Mbuli scored the goals for Cappry.CAPPRY COLTS U12’sCappry Colts 4 Lagan Colts 2Cappry came from behind late on to secure a good win at home to Lagan at the weekend. The game was only 6 minutes old when Niall Ryan pounced to put the home side 1 up. Matthew Peoples scored for Lagan one minute later to make it 1 each, and this is how it remained until half time with good chances at both ends. Lagan started the 2nd half well and midway through the half Matthew Peoples scored again to put the away side ahead. The home side never gave up and with 8 minutes left scored three times with Darragh Carroll scoring his 1st ever goal for Cappry, followed by Eoin McGonagle and Niall Ryan to earn a hard fought win. Thanks to Ernie and Lagan for a sporting contest and the ladies for making the tea and sandwiches.Cappry Rovers defeat Deele Harps in Donegal Junior League was last modified: October 5th, 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:Capry Rovers FCDeele HarpsFootballsoccerlast_img read more

Arsenal scout Italy starlet with three goals in three games but face transfer fight

first_img Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? Latest Premier League Stories REVEALED REAL DEAL 1 shining tense Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star center_img huge blow Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Atalanta star Gianluca Mancini Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars whoops He’s performed admirably in his eight Serie A appearances and scouts have taken note.Among them, according to CalcioMercato, have been representatives from Arsenal while Borussia Dortmund are also monitoring his progress.As well as impressing at the heart of defence, Mancini has also chipped in with three goals in as many games and his form has been instrumental in Atalanta’s rise to eighth in the table. Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January deals Arsenal are continuing to scout Atalanta defender Gianluca Mancini after his impressive start to the season.With Mattia Caldara leaving for AC Milan in the summer and Andrea Masiello picking up an injury, the 22-year-old has stepped up to the plate. gameday cracker no dice The Gunners may have to make a decision quickly though with Inter Milan, who Mancini scored against at the weekend, also eyeing the player as they hunt for a young defender.last_img read more