Raging Prospect to burn rivals in Caymanas Park feature

first_imgIn the absence of a trophy race at Caymanas Park today, the three-year-old and up overnight allowance race over a mile takes the spotlight on the nine-race programme. Seven starters have been declared, including top contenders MIRACLE STAR, ROYAL VIBES, RAGING PROSPECT and BOLD AVIATOR. The Wayne DaCosta-trained ROYAL VIBES will have lots of supporters in this not-too-hot overnight field, having been a model of consistency even though failing to win a race in the last six months. The five-year-old son of Royal Minister-November Lace is ideally suited to a mile and is fit enough to land a blow under his in-form rider, Robert Halledeen. However, the fact that ROYAL VIBES finished behind RAGING PROSPECT the last two times they met says a lot for the chances of the 6-year-old gelding RAGING PROSPECT, from the stables of Patrick Lynch. RAGING PROSPECT, who beat the very useful MILITARY MOVE over this trip back in April, caught the eye when finishing two lengths second to PRINCESS SHINE over 2000 metres on September 5, a race in which he had the then favourite ROYAL VIBES behind in third, BOLD AVIATOR (fourth), MIRACLE STAR (sixth) and BLACK THORN (seventh). All renew rivalry today, but with RAGING PROSPECT coming down 4.0kg in the scales by virtue of the 4.0kg claiming allowance of promising apprentice Odean Edwards, he’s definitely the pick of the weights, with only 50.0kg. Blessed with good pace and in good nick for this race, RAGING PROSPECT should win at the expense of the Gary Subratie-trained BOLD AVIATOR and ROYAL VIBES. Other firm fancies on the card are MY COMPANION in the third race for maiden two-year-olds, BATTLE SONG in the fourth, AUNT HILDA in the fifth and LONG RUNNING TRAIN over recent winner ROYAL ASSAULT in the seventh race over the straight.last_img read more

Mayweather promoter tired of talk about ticket sales

first_imgAi-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Floyd Mayweather Jr. trains at his gym Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, in Las Vegas. Mayweather is scheduled to fight Conor McGregor later in the month. (AP Photo/John Locher)LAS VEGAS — Sixty-million dollars sounds pretty good to Leonard Ellerbe.Dressed dapper in a white shirt and slacks, topped with a navy pinstriped blazer, the CEO of Mayweather Promotions flashed an occasional smile while addressing the media Thursday at Mayweather Boxing Club.ADVERTISEMENT Teen gunned down in Masbate View comments 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano LATEST STORIES “We’re going to blow past our own record of $72 million; this fight is massive,” Ellerbe said.Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao’s “fight of the century” saw live gate receipts produce more than $71 million in revenue at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, easily surpassing the previous live gate record of $20 million, for Mayweather-Canelo Álvarez.Mayweather reiterated Ellerbe’s thoughts.“We’re doing crazy numbers, forget what you all (are) hearing. We’re doing crazy numbers,” Mayweather said. “Our fight is doing unbelievable numbers. The pay-per-view numbers are going to be unbelievable and we will have a sold-out crowd. I’m not worried about that.”ADVERTISEMENT Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as her SEA Games: Don’t boo Schooling, Malaysians urged 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings MOST READ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend That was until he was questioned about slow ticket sales for the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor on Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena.“I’m actually tired of hearing that question,” Ellerbe said, as the smile disappeared. “Right now, we have over 60 million dollars in the box office. What part of that remotely looks like ticket sales are slow? This isn’t a damn Rolling Stones concert. That’s the only thing that sells out in seconds. We’re talking about tickets that go from $500 to $10,000. That’s an expensive ticket.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’As of Thursday evening, a general search for two tickets on Ticketmaster’s website showed 536 pairs available, ranging anywhere between $1,682.50 to $35,010.09 per ticket.And with thousands of seats still available, and the fight two weeks out, some believe the next sporting event that will sell out in that venue will be a Vegas Golden Knights game, when the newest NHL expansion team opens the 2017-18 season. Critics also believe with some second-tier seats carrying a five-figure price tag, the pay-per-view fee of $99.95 seems like a bargain. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

Valdez, Santiago praise Maraño in PH win over Vietnam

first_img“We told ourselves that this would be the biggest game we’ll play in,” said Santiago, who finished with 19 points. “We know that we’ll go through a really tough game but Tyang just told us to believe we can win.”Maraño, though, not only provided the emotional support as she put up 11 points to help the Philippines.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend BEAST MODE. Aby Maraño attempts a spike against a Vietnamese blocker. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOBIÑAN, Laguna—Alyssa Valdez and Jaja Santiago were the ones who produced the numbers for the Philippines in its stunning upset of Vietnam, 27-25, 26-24, 17-25, 25-23, in the AVC Asian Senior Women’s Volleyball Championship, yet the two credited one unsung figure in the victory.That person was the fiery Aby Maraño.ADVERTISEMENT “There was doubt, the question on how we ended up in this predicament, and Tyang Aby just told us to claim this win, to believe in ourselves, that we can win,” said Valdez, who had 20 points, in Filipino Monday at Alonte Sports Arena.The Philippines were scrambling when Vietnam, the 44th-ranked team in the world, suddenly put on a masterful counter attack in the third set.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’And the Vietnamese almost pulled off another comeback in the fourth set when they trimmed the Philippines’ 24-20 lead to just 25-23.Still, the 79th-ranked Philippines managed to hold on for the stunning victory. Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite MOST READ 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Philippines stuns Vietnam in AVCcenter_img Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as her Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Teen gunned down in Masbate Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings LATEST STORIES 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano View commentslast_img read more

Quincy B Is ‘Crazy in Love’

first_imgYoung Liberian Afro, Pop and R& B hits maker Quincy L Burrowes, aliased Quincy B, will in three weeks drop his latest single, “Crazy In love”. It opens with a rollicking tune and has a better use of instruments.  Its most glamorous phrase, “I’m goin’ crazy”, creates a deep impression, though the real message lies in the song. Produced by Quincy B himself, now just 21, the artist’s vocal ability is prolific; he sings in variety of genres and has attracted fans and admires from all walks of life.Since his debut back in 2013 with the hit song “My Dream,” alongside Scientific, he has managed to maintain his spot by producing a number of musical hits.“This is the first time I’m in love and don’t know how to express it,” says Quincy. “So I think expressing it through music will let my fans know that Quincy has fallen in love; and I’m just trying to appreciate my fiancée for the love she is giving me. This song is to let people know that you can’t just fall in love with anybody; make sure you find the right person. Even if you are broken-hearted, be inspired that someday you will find the right person,” he added with a smile and, to add fire to his comments, sang a few lines:‘My only Jue da you I want oo, I na want know weting dey can say about u ooo. Dey say love is blind, but my own I can see it clear ooo.” Quincy B says music is demanding. But he has promised to do his best in satisfying his fans and the public with as good music as possible. He says music is his life and can’t remember a day when he’s thought of quitting, as he has come a long way and when things were tough.Quincy B is awaiting admission to the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), having had success in passing the university’s recent entrance exams.  He said achieving higher education is important in keeping one’s dream alive and thanks God that it is about to happened.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

LISCR Championship Delayed

first_imgLISCR players assemble for prayer before kickoff against IE.– Draws with Invincible Eleven 1-1Relegated Invincible Eleven (IE) over the weekend became a stumbling block for LISCR FC’s third championship celebration after pressuring the league leaders to come from a goal down to level the scores at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.IE got the curtain raiser from the spot in the 33rd minute after Sekou Kamara converted the penalty, before LISCR through striker Christopher Jackson leveled the score in the 40th minute after also perfectly sending goalkeeper James Kolubah the wrong way from the penalty spot.LISCR enjoyed having the first opportunity that could have put them ahead in the first 10 minutes after forward Prince Urey dribbled past goalkeeper Kolubah, but did not apply much force to get the ball to the back of the net.Two minutes later, Augustine Touyoun of IE got a one-on-one opportunity but was denied by goalkeeper Prince Wlame.With the scores leveled at half time, the league leaders returned to the second half more eager for the three points that could have crowned them champions. They had another chance in the early minutes of the second half, but striker Robert Mensah’s header from forward Urey’s cross hit the crossbar.The remaining minutes of the second half were played in IE’s half with the leader’s mounting pressure. Coach Manneh later increased his attacking force by introducing forward Varney Sando and striker Trokon Myers, but the relegated Yellow Boys kept their defensive wall tight, preventing the leaders from achieving their dream.In the last quarter, LISCR forward Prince Urey was brought down in the penalty area but referee Jerry Yekeh did not rule for a penalty.A win for LISCR could have recorded the club’s third championship success and Coach Tapha Manneh’s first competitive title with the club after signing a three-year deal with the club.Saturday’s result extended LISCR’s lead to three points ahead of second place Barrack Young Controllers. The winner of the championship will now be decided on the final results of the LISCR FC versus Keitrace FC encounter and defending champions BYC versus relegation threatened LPRC-Oilers match.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

13 to remain in custody as investigation intensifies

first_imgThirteen of the 30 men who were arrested in connection with the recent deadly piracy attack in Surinamese waters will remain in Police custody for the next 30 days as homicide detectives continue their investigations.Based on reports coming out of the Dutch- speaking country, the court has granted a request by the Police to further detain the men as they conduct a thorough investigation.In addition, reports are that there is sufficient evidence against the men to warrant institution of charges.Suspected pirate Nakool ManoharThe surviving fishermen, who are cooperating with the Police, have since given the lawmen detailed descriptions of the attackers, some of which fit those who are presently in custody.Guyana Times was told that one of the men who were arrested with the others was released by the Police after the magistrate concluded that he had been in the “wrong place at the wrong time”. He reportedly was in the area making a drop off at the time the suspects were arrested.However, “Killerman,” who was arrested on May 16 for the attempted murder of a Police informant and the murder of Guyanese businessman Somnath Monohar, remains in custody. He was arrested by law enforcement agents after they had received information from an informant about his whereabouts. The informant who, according to reports, is an enemy to “Killerman”, was shot to his chest in an attempted execution by the suspect, who reportedly drove off the scene with another man in his vehicle.They were, however, pursued by Police ranks who were summoned, who subsequently arrested them.On May 9, it was reported that Monohar’s family allegedly offered US$50,000 as revenge money for his murder. Monohar was killed on March 30 while he and a colleague were standing in front of a relative’s home.Nevertheless, Nakool Manohar, the brother of the dead man, was fingered in the deadly piracy attacks which have thus far left four dead and 11 still missing.It was reported that Nakool, who was only recently arraigned on several piracy- related offences and is on remand, was on one of the boats that carried out the attack. The boat, Cristina-1 SK 1221, captained by Ron Drepaul, was identified by one of the survivors.Drepaul also was recently arrested.last_img read more

Norway report vindicates PPP – Jagdeo

first_imgAmaila Falls Hydropower Project… mounts pressure for Govt to restart projectOpposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Thursday declared that the recently independent fact-based assessment on the Amaila Falls Hydropower Project (AFHP) vindicates the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C’s) stance and called on the coalition Government to apologise to Norway for misrepresenting the report.He also urged all Guyanese to read the report for themselves and join with the PPP/C in putting pressure on the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Administration to quickly restart the project.“We are confident that intelligent, independent-minded Guyanese will see that the assessment vindicates the project, and supports re-starting it immediately,” he expressed in a statement to the media on Thursday.Before its release, Government claimed that the assessment of the Amaila Falls Project justified the APNU/AFC’s years of effort to destroy the Project.However, the Opposition Leader contends that Government’s claim plunges new depths in its disregard for the truth.This independent review of Amaila Falls – which came on the heels of calls from the Opposition Leader for such – was conducted by Norconsult; a reputable consultancy firm out of Norway, contracted by the Government of Norway.In highlighting the truth about Amaila, Jagdeo outlined that the report hails Amaila as the only practical option for an emission free electricity sector.The report states, “The only realistic path for Guyana towards an emission free electricity sector is by developing its hydropower potential. The fastest way forward is to maintain AFHP as the first major step for substituting its current oil fired generation. AFHP was prioritised as the first hydropower plant because it was the only project with a full feasibility study completed, it has a higher plant load factor than the alternatives, a smaller reservoir and a levelised unit cost in the same range as the most attractive alternatives.”The report also proves that wind energy – at least in the capacity in which Government is currently pursuing – will not support Guyana’s commitment to reach 100 per cent renewable by 2025.“As the power demand is growing, and for reaching the goal of 100 per cent emission free generation by 2025, as assumed by the [Low Carbon Development Strategy] LCDS, a second hydropower plant of capacity comparable with AFHP will have to be commissioned by 2025. In parallel with preparations for AFHP, therefore, prefeasibility studies will have to be carried out for promising candidates for the second hydropower project and a full feasibility study be performed for the selected candidate,” the report surmised.The report also states “We regard the soundness of AFHP as evident and in order to follow up the intentions of the LCDS as fast as possible, we recommend the preparations for AFHP to be resumed.” However, Government has not given any indications or shown any interest in pursuing Amaila.The report also states that “the BOOT type public-private partnership model should be maintained for the project implementation. An internationally well-merited investor and operator in the hydropower industry should be invited to take the majority position.”Jagdeo pointed out that the report reaffirms that the BOOT type public-private partnership model – which the then APNU/AFC Opposition destroyed in August 2013 – is the right financial structure for AFHP.“Up until yesterday (Wednesday), APNU/AFC, first in Opposition and then in Government, claimed that their concerns with the project related to the financing costs which are associated with this BOOT type of partnership. They made wild claims about the cost of the project and the resulting cost of electricity, and repeated the ridiculous claim that the project would saddle Guyanese with decades of debt. However, in yesterday’s (Wednesday) statement, they did not mention these concerns at all – because they have been thoroughly debunked by Norconsult,” Jagdeo asserted.The report explained that constructing Amaila Falls would cut electricity costs by more than 50 per cent for the energy produced by AFHP, or US$3.3 billion over 20 years.But Jagdeo noted that in its statement on the matter, APNU/AFC hid how they are no longer making claims about the financial model by instead claiming that there were mission-critical engineering issues to be solved.“This is not true – the Norconsult report sets out some design areas for consideration as the project progresses, but also notes that these areas were already being looked at,” Jagdeo contended.Norconsult clearly states “Although certain design aspects of AFHP should be reviewed and revised, we regard the soundness of AFHP as evident and in order to follow up the intentions of the LCDS as fast as possible, we recommend the preparation for AFHP be resumed.”Jagdeo argued that instead of focusing on these engineering issues, APNU/AFC should have looked at areas where the project’s financing can be improved.“The Norconsult assessment sets out several sensible recommendations which deserve further discussion and analysis. The PPP does not agree with all of these recommendations, but will support any efforts to get costs down further if possible,” the Opposition Leader said.Nonetheless, to try and repair the damage, Norconsult sets out how AFHP can be operational in six and a half years’ time – mainly because the original tenders date from 2008 and now need to be re-tendered.But Jagdeo said this is six years too late because AFHP should have been providing affordable, reliable, clean energy to Guyanese within the next few months.“However, given that the wasted time cannot be re-gained, we must focus on the future,” he lamented.The Opposition Leader expressed that the PPP/C wishes to see AFHP restart immediately, and is willing to engage in discussions on all the recommendations set out in the Norconsult assessment.“With that in mind, the PPP calls on all Guyanese to join with us in ensuring that the APNU/AFC Government acts in the interest of the people of Guyana, apologises for their repeated lies about the project and instead works to make AFHP a success,” he stated.Meanwhile, Second Vice President Carl Greenidge told media operatives on Thursday that the Government of Guyana never took a definitive decision on Amaila Falls. He noted too that the Norway report was yet to be submitted to Cabinet. He held out that the report vindicated APNU/AFC’s position that the AFHP was flawed. Greenidge said the report has suggestions for modifications and indicated that this was what the Government would most likely be willing to do.“If you want to go forward on energy, you have to take account to what is being said in this report and see whether any reconfiguration can satisfy our means,” he said. (Devina Samaroo)last_img read more

Firefighters respond to blaze at condemned house

first_imgThe fire department was called around 1 a.m. and they arrived to find the fire was fully involved, said deputy fire chief Bob Fulton.“We worked on it for a few hours, and we ended up having to bring a backhoe in to pull apart the building so we could get at the places where the fire was still burning, in the attic and in the wall spaces, because it wasn’t safe for us to make entry into the building,” said Fulton. “The roof failed fairly early on into the fire, and then portions of the rest of the structure were failing as the fire was going on.”He said investigators are still trying to determine if anyone lived in the home, because there was a sign indicating the structure had been condemned, but there were personal possessions found at the site that indicated a person(s) may have still been living there.- Advertisement -However, he said there was no sign anyone was inside at the time of the fire, and no other injuries were reported, as the fire was contained to the house. The cause of the blaze is still under investigation.Fulton said older buildings like the one in question do pose particular challenges for firefighters. He said many older homes have paper and sawdust insulation, for instance, and some were constructed with “balloon framing,” which essentially means the frame of the house is continuous and allows fire to readily travel from floor to floor.More information on his incident will be posted as it becomes available.Advertisementlast_img read more

Dropping acid

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsThat’s just not acceptable for an institution entrusted with the care of the city’s children. Here’s hoping that the LAUSD uses this incident as a teachable moment for its ranks of workers. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! We have alert teachers to thank for raising a cry when they spied workers dumping hydrochloric acid and other unpleasant chemicals in the regular waste bins at LAUSD District 1 offices the other day. Their quick thinking kept the hazardous materials from being transported to Sunshine Canyon Landfill near Granada Hills. Hydrochloric acid is a highly corrosive compound that is very harmful to living tissue. It and other hazardous wastes are not permitted in the dump. This toxic trip has been averted, but it raises a rather disturbing suspicion: Just how many times have toxic substances been dumped and not reported? The response from school officials, who noted that the chemicals came from science labs, was “it’s not a regular occurrence,” and must have been done by “someone who didn’t know.” Translation: This sort of thing does happen – though not regularly – and there are workers who don’t know not to toss jugs of hazardous waste into the regular trash bins. last_img read more


first_imgRannafast Cup Section ASt Pat’s Armagh                      1.06Colaisti Inis Eoghain               0.12 This Rannafast Cup Section A game played at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena in Cookstown on Thursday afternoon lived up to all pre match expectations, as both teams played out a ding dong battle to stay in the competition. In the end the Inis Eoghain boys deservedly came out on top to clinch a quarter-final place for the first time, a great boost for schools football in Donegal.St Pats began the game brightly, opening their account with a point from play from center half forward Thomas Reynolds after just two minutes on the clock.  The Inishowen boys took time to settle, missing two early frees including one from Harry  “Cluxton” Doherty, before Ruari Bradley converted with their third dead ball attempt on nine minutes to bring the sides level.  Two minutes later the impressive Ciaran Diver put them in front following good play and strong run on the right side of the field by Aaron Friel.Young Niall Diver increased their lead on thirteen minutes, when he was the first to react to a breaking ball after John Campbell had dispossessed a St Pats defender. Inis Eoghain upped their game towards the end of the first quarter and a brace of points from Ciaran Diver and one from Kevin McLaughlin stretched their lead to five points on seventeen minutes.  St Pats worked hard to get back into the game, with Rory McGrath in particular causing problems with his strong running but they were finding it hard to break down the Inis Eoghain defence in which Danny Monagle and Darren Gallagher were in fine form yet again.  Ruairi Bradley added his second point of the game on nineteen minutes, but this was to be their final score of the half.  St Pats were awarded a disputed penalty four minutes before the break, which Conor McKenna duly converted and the same player added a point one minute later to reduce the deficit to just two points at half time.Three minutes into the second half Conor Harkin slotted over another free for the Inishowen side but Chris Curley replied with a point at the other end almost immediately.  Ruairi Bradley scored yet again from a dead ball and Inis Eoghain’s man of the match Ciaran Diver added a further point following good work by team captain Conor Harkin, to steady the ship again for Inis Eoghain.  The lead was reduced to two yet again following two points from Conor McKenna as the game entered the final ten minutes.  Inis Eoghain stepped up a gear and seemed to have put the game beyond reach when John Campbell found the net following a quick sideline, but despite the goal being awarded, was then ruled out.  This helped to spurr the Armagh side on yet again and McKenna reduced the deficit to just a single point, and it really was game on at that stage. However the Inis Eoghain boys failed to wilt on this occasion and John Campbell made up for his disappointment of the disallowed goal when he fired over another point and the strong running Kevin McLaughlin added the insurance point in the final minute as the game slipped away from St Pats.  This was a great result for the Inis Eoghain lads in only their second season of Ulster Colleges and is just reward for the amount of work being done and they can now look forward to a quarter-final game in two weeks time, probably against Abbey CBS, St Colmans from Nrwry or St Michaels from Enniskillen in Group C.St Pat’s Armagh: Aidan Lavery, Eddie Mallon, Shane McKeever, Conall Baxter, John Magee, Gareth McKeown, Conor Lee, Luke O Kane, Conor McKenna (1.04), Shane Conlon, Thomas Reynolds (0.01), Pauric Breaknell, Chris Curley (0.01), Rory McGrath, Shane McPartland. Subs Conor McNicholl, Jamie Brady, Paddy McGready, Patrick Comiskey, Sean McCay, Tiernan Power, Niall Creaney, Jack Rafferty.Colaisti Inis Eoghain: Harry Doherty, Shane McLaughlin, Danny Monagle, Darren Gallagher, Ryan Doherty, Aaron Friel, Tony McCleneghan, Conor Harkin (0.02), Fergal Doherty, Kevin McLaughlin (0.02), Ciaran Diver (0.03), Niall Diver (0.01), Cian Hirrell, John Campbell (0.01), Ruairi Bradley (0.03). Subs Conor Byrne, Jamie McLaughlin, Adam Byrne, Caolan McGonagle, Georgie Kelly, Mark Doherty, Killian Dougal.Referee: Barry Cassidy (Bellaghy)BIG WIN FOR COLAISTI INIS EOGHAIN AS THEY MAKE RANNAFAST QUARTER FINALS was last modified: October 14th, 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 new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Colaisti Inis Eoghain 0.12last_img read more