Private Sector officials pay courtesy call on Police top brass

first_imgMembers of the Private Sector Commission (PSC) of Guyana on Wednesday paid a courtesy call on the acting Commissioner of Police, David Ramnarine, DSM, and other senior officers of the Force.Best wishes for the Christmas season were exchanged along with a renewed call by PSC Chairman Edward Boyer for a greater partnership between the two entities during the festive season and for the upcoming year, 2018.last_img

Racing at Taylor Speedway concludes for season

first_img3) Clint Mason (69)Saturday Sports1) Darren Morin (25)2) Al Scarfo (17)3) Wayne Dale (64)Advertisement Saturday IMCA Modified1) A.J. Everton (99)2) Johnny Beaumont (88)3) Kervin McElderry (68)4) Mark Freeman (6)Sunday Mini Sprint-Junior1) Cody LeClerc (21)2) Tyson LeClerc (12)Sunday Mini Sprint-Senior1) Dylan Beaumont (99)2) Kale McElderry (18)3) Austin Kube (17)Sunday Mini Juniors1) Chelsea Babcock (22)2) Reegan Krahn (45)3) Alissa Menard (7)Sunday Mini Adults1) Jordie Hildebrand (24)2) Rich Hildebrand (33)3) Clint Mason (69)Sunday Sports1) Darren Morin (25)2) Wayne Dale (64)3) Al Scarfo (17)Sunday IMCA Modified1) A.J. Everton (99)2) Joel Minard (28)3) Johnny Beaumont (88)4) Kervin McElderry (68) 2) Chelsea Babcock (22)3) Reegan Krahn (45)Saturday Mini Adults1) Calvin Hildebrand (46)2) Rich Hildebrand (33)Advertisement The final weekend of races featured seven different driving classes, each crowning its own winner. Below is the list of winners within each division. Brackets indicate the racer’s car number.Saturday Mini Sprint-Junior1) Cody LeClerc (21)- Advertisement -2) Tyson LeClerc (12)Saturday Mini Sprint-Senior1) Dylan Beaumont (99)Advertisement 2) Kale McElderry (18)3) Kaden Beebe (89)Saturday Mini Juniors1) Camryn Beaumont (88)Advertisementlast_img read more

Canucks even up series with Flyers after OT win

first_imgThe clubs will have a quick turnaround as game three goes tonight at the North Peace Arena at 8:30 p.m. DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Those in attendance at the Memorial Arena in Dawson Creek were treated to a beauty of hockey game last night between the Fort St. John Flyers and Dawson Creek Canucks. The game had a solid pace throughout that saw the Canucks jump out to a 3-0 lead only to have the Flyers tie the game on two occasions in the third period on the way to overtime.After tying the game at three the Canucks took the lead again with 7:59 left in regulation but the Flyers kept skating and knotted the game at four after Joey Massingham found the back of the net off of a rebound.The Flyers controlled the bulk of the overtime period but could not solve Canucks goalie JB Agar in extra time as he made a number of big time saves to preserve the tie.- Advertisement -Just past the midway point of overtime a shot by the Canucks went through a couple of deflections beating Flyers goalie Troy Hunt to wrap up the game 5-4 and even the best of five series at a game a piece.Flyers head coach Andrew Leriger said despite his team fighting back in the third he wasn’t impressed with the overall execution of his club, believing that if they played to their full ability all game things would not have went to overtime.“The biggest thing I said to the team was that Dawson didn’t change their game. We changed ours. We didn’t bring it the way we did on Tuesday so it’s all on us. When they decided to play we made it a game and we go into overtime. Anybody knows in overtime anybody can get the winner but it never should have gotten to that point is my biggest problem,” he saidAdvertisement A lack of effort was the main thing bothering Leriger, comparing the outing to some of the contests the team played in back in October.“The difference was I think they played so well on Tuesday, they did everything right, maybe they thought it was going to happen again and not put the effort in. Tonight looked like it was the start of the season. We fought the puck, passes missing and bouncing off their sticks. It didn’t seem like we were in game two of the playoffs,” he said.Scoring for the Flyers were Tyler Loney, Robbie Sidhu, Josh Bruha, and Joey Massingham.Shots were 43-36 in favour of Dawson Creek.Advertisementlast_img read more

Lukaku misses United’s friendly trip amid transfer talk

first_imgLukaku was sidelined by injury for all four of United’s pre-season games during their tour of Australia, Singapore and China.After suffering an ankle injury, Lukaku trained on his own on the eve of the final match of United’s tour — last week’s 2-1 win against Tottenham in Shanghai.On Sunday, a picture appeared on the 26-year-old’s social media accounts of him and his agent Federico Pastorello, accompanied by the message “soon to be continued.”Lukaku is said to be keen to join Inter after a difficult spell at United since his £75 million move from Everton in 2017.With Inter believed to have been given a imminent deadline by United to conclude the deal, the former Everton striker was absent from his club’s 26-man travelling party to Norway.United announced the squad on their official website on Monday ahead of the match at Oslo’s Ullevaal Stadium.Meanwhile, United defender Eric Bailly is not part of the group heading to Norway after he sustained a knee injury in the victory over Tottenham.Alexis Sanchez was another not included for United after limping out of Chile’s Copa America third-place play-off match against Argentina earlier this month.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side wrap up their pre-season against AC Milan in Cardiff on Saturday.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku has been left out of the squad for their pre-season friendly in Norway © AFP / FRANCK FIFELONDON, United Kingdom, Jul 29 – Romelu Lukaku will miss Manchester United’s pre-season friendly against Kristiansund on Tuesday amid renewed speculation of a potential move to Inter Milan.United are reported to have rejected a £54 million ($66 million, 59 million euros) bid for Belgium striker Lukaku from Serie A club Inter.last_img read more


first_imgThe Donegal carpet which was bought for €18,000.A Donegal carpet, believed to be one of the biggest ever made in the former Killlybegs factory, has sold for €18,000.The huge carpet was sold at Mealy’s sale on Wednesday afternoon and had a sale estimate was €15,000-€25,000.The blue carpet, measuring about 14m by 5m (45ft by 16ft), was commissioned by the New Ireland Assurance company for its Dublin boardroom, in 1964, but later sold off after an office refurbishment.The carpet was bought by Belfast publican Willie Jack bought the carpet. He said himself and his business partner, Bruce Kirk, planned to put it on display in one of their pubs in the city.They own three of Belfast’s best-known pubs: the Duke of York, the Harp Bar and the Dark Horse.Mr Jack, who is also “a collector of Irish breweriana” (antiques and collectibles related to brewing and distilling) said their customers “want to see authentic Irish decor in the pubs”.DONEGAL CARPET SELLS FOR €18,000! was last modified: July 18th, 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:Donegal carpetKillybegssoldlast_img read more