UWI hold off Tivoli in Red Stripe Premier League

first_imgUWI FC held Tivoli Gardens to a 0-0 draw in their Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) football match at the Edward Seaga Complex yesterday. The result lifted the university team to 39 points, while Tivoli inched up to 33. The home team was more dangerous throughout the contest, but resolute defending from the visitors kept their chances at a minimum. Their best opportunity fell midway the half when Andre McFarlane’s corner landed between a host of Tivoli players in the area, but no one could capitalise on the loose ball. UWI’s head coach Marcel Gayle thought his team showed character to get a hard earned point. “We are more mature in the league now. We will not always get a good game for 90 minutes, so today, we had to grind out a point. We went down a man early in the second-half and we showed courage and determination,” he said. “But we are coming off a loss on the road and we are still on the road and it’s wonderful to come to Tivoli and get a point. Going forward, these are the games we want to play, where we grind out victories and grind out a point, so this is a feather in UWI’s hat,” he added. Tivoli’s assistant coach Damion Gordon thought there was a lack of cutting edge from his team. “We should have won the game, but it’s football and we didn’t play with much urgency and we lacked the killer instinct. Tivoli, over years, had that killer instinct and we need to get it back,” said the former Tivoli captain. In another early game, Portmore (54) missed a great opportunity to go back atop the league after they were held to a 2-2 draw by relegation-threatened Reno (32) at Frome Complex. Reno took the lead twice through Renario Downswell (33rd, 84th). Portmore secured a point with strikes from Tremaine Stewart (70th) and Ricardo Morris (90th). Montego Bay United lead with 55 points. Yesterday’s Results Tivoli Gardens 0 UWI FC 0 Reno FC 2 Portmore United 2 Humble Lion 1. Harbour View 1. Waterhouse 2. Rivoli 1 Today’s game 8:40 p.m. Arnett Gardens vs Boys’ Town at Anthony Spaulding Sports Complexlast_img read more

Ebola Has Negatively Affected Revenue Performance

first_imgThe Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) says the Ebola crisis has unfavorably affected revenue collection in the country.Addressing the LRA’s maiden press conference in Monrovia last Friday, the Commissioner General Mrs. Elfrieda Stewart Tamba, said the Ebola crisis undermined revenue collection in July and August.The LRA boss disclosed that the authority had benchmarked itself to collect US$122 million in the first quarter of 2014, but exceeded its benchmark and collected over US$124 million, about US$2.6 million in excess.She, however, noted that the targeted collection declined in July during which time the LRA collected only 35% [US$43.4 million] of its target.Performance dipped further in August from 35% to 28% [US$34.7 million] in August. Performance level meanwhile recorded growth in September rising to 37% [US$45.8 million].For grants, Commissioner General Tamba said the LRA was to collect US$13 million but only US$12.6 million came into the country due to certain trackers that were not met by the government or a particularly Ministry that is responsible for it.Mrs. Tamba called on government to invest more in the LRA as an institution in order to strengthen it to collect needed revenues to finance development projects across the country.According to her, government needs to invest more in the LRA as an institution, because the institution has two components, the human assets and the pie assets.  And “We believe with that kind of investment which we anticipate, we will have an increased tax motivation and integrity of staff improvement.”The LRA Commissioner General told newsman that the revenue collected by the entity is used directly by the government to fund public services to benefit all citizens including residents and non-residents as well as legal and non-legal “because government uses them to provide some basic services, such as, building schools, medical services, electricity, good road facilities.”Commissioner General Tamba re-emphasized the government’s need to exert more effort in attracting investors into the country through tax reforms, if it wants to achieve economic growth and enhance the people’s standard of living. “As our target,” she said, “we seek to execute our mandate effectively; we look, we own and want you to judge us, as we go along in executing the revenue code fairly; and that [commits]   the revenue administrators, the citizens and residents and all stakeholders to certain basic rights and responsibilities,” she told journalists. LRA is responsible for the administration of taxes and customs duties in Liberia. The main function is the assessment, collection and remittance to Government of taxes and duties due under the Act it administers, she declared.“Our goal is to optimize revenue mobilization for national development through the delivery of quality service to taxpayers and other stakeholders. We therefore urge our taxpayers to comply voluntarily by declaring and paying all taxes and duties appropriately.”Mrs. Tamba added that the vision of LRA is to be a world class revenue administration,  recognized for professionalism, integrity and excellence. “Our mission is to mobilize revenue for national development in a transparent, fair, effective and efficient manner.”“As part of our modernization programme,” she continued,  “LRA pledges to implement more modern and innovative strategies to enhance revenue collection.The Commissioner General used the occasion to encourage all taxpayers and the general public to honor their tax obligations for better roads, improved electricity, education, health services and provision of other amenities to the people of Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Minority interest acquired in Eco’s Guyana subsidiary

first_imgEco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas Ltd), an oil and gas exploration company with licenses in highly prospective regions in South America and Africa, has announced that Eco (Guyana) Oil and Gas (Barbados) Ltd, have acquired the remaining six per cent interest in its Guyana operations.Eco Guyana holds a 40 per cent working interest in the Orinduik Block, offshore Guyana, with the remaining 60 per cent held by Tullow Oil.The Acquisition is being affected via share purchase agreements entered into between Eco Barbados and the minority shareholders of Eco Guyana (the “Minority Shareholders”).The total consideration paid by the Group will be US$200,000 with US$100,000 payable upon closing, expected to be February 27, 2018, and US$100,000 payable 60 days thereafter, in addition to the issuance of a total of 1,700,384 common shares of the company. The Common Shares, which will be issued to the minority shareholders, represent approximately one per cent of the company’s share capital on a fully diluted basis.According to a release, the closing of the acquisition is conditional upon TSX regulatory approval and admission of the Common Shares to trading on AIM.“In connection with the Acquisition, each minority shareholder has agreed not to dispose of more than one-third of their common shares, issued to them at closing of the acquisition, for a period of 90 days. An additional one-third of the Common Shares issued to each Minority Shareholder may be disposed of from day 91 after closing, with the remaining Common Shares held by the minority shareholders being eligible to be disposed of after 181 days following issuance.”Application will be made for the admission to trading on AIM of the 1,700,384 common shares issued to the Minority Shareholders in conjunction with the acquisition of the Eco Guyana shares. Admission is expected to take place March 5.Following admission, it is understood that the issued share capital of the company will consist of 159,195,217 common shares.The Stabroek Block is 6.6 million acres. Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (Exxon’s subsidiary) is the operator and hold a 45 per cent interest in the Stabroek Block. Hess Guyana Exploration Ltd. holds a 30 per cent interest, and CNOOC Nexen Petroleum Guyana Limited holds a 25 per cent interest.last_img read more

Lotto Company gets sweet deal after profits dip

first_img…granted go-ahead to expand ‘gambling ring’Having complained of sagging profits, the Guyana Lottery Company has been handed a five-year renewable contract that allows it to introduce new games into the country using Video Lottery Teller Machines such as casino slot machines and online gambling.This as local entrepreneurs complain bitterly, and have even moved to the courts.Finance Minister Winston Jordan on Monday confirmed the renewable five-year agreement as he was questioned over reports questioning the legality of gambling machines being used at popular night spots locally, despite the establishment not being the holder of a casino licence.Gambling is prohibited in Guyana under the Prevention of Gambling Act, which incidentally does provide for issuance of special casino licences.To date, there has been only one operational licence issued — for the Princess Hotel and Casino, while the Guyana Marriott is earmarked.Guyana’s laws limit the number of casino licences that can be issued, and local hotelier Clifton Bacchus of Sleepin Hotel, along with his investors, has in recent months lamented bitterly the heavy-handed approach by Government in withholding the issuance of a casino licence to his establishment.Reports surfaced on Monday in the local media of three entertainment spots where dozens of casino machines are in operation—machines identical in nature to the ones operated in the Princess Casino.Guyana’s Finance Minister, when confronted with the reports on Monday, confirmed that the Guyana Lottery Company had given an undertaking together with Government—in the contract that was renewed this year—to introduce new games.According to Jordan, the contract was renewed after the Lotto Company complained over the traditional annual renewal of its licence.The Finance Minister, in emphasising that a valid five-year contract had been signed between the Lotto Company and the Government, through to 2021, said the contract allows for the introduction of a range of new games by the lottery company.Jordan told media operatives that the company did some analysis and determined “some of the games were sagging some of the returns on the games.”According to Jordan, “They do have a contract for 2017 to 2021…they do have a contract that involves them introducing new games and new games that will utilize internet also.”As a result, the new deal with the Lottery Company will introduce new games, including online gambling; and according to Jordan, Government will in return continue to receive 24 per cent of the proceeds “together with some other sweeteners.”The Minister did not elaborate on the other sweeteners in the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Guyana Lottery Company, a subsidiary of Canadian Bank Note (CBN).Under the previous arrangement with the Government, while the Lotto Company did pay 24 per cent of the proceeds to the state, its contract to operate the gambling games across the country was renewed on an annual basis.Jordan, in defending the Lottery Company’s five-year deal, lamented the previous arrangement as a ‘shoe string’ arrangement.Questions had surfaced over the legality of the machines operating in the city—illegal under the Prevention of Gambling Act.Gaming Authority positionThe Gaming Authority meanwhile, by way of a public missive on Monday evening attempted also to clear the air and provided details of the arrangement under which the Lottery Company is currently operating.According to that authority, in the missive inked by its Chairman, Roysdale Forde, Canadian Bank Note, through its agents the Guyana Lottery Company, was operating in Guyana under an agreement crafted by the Government of Guyana and that agreement “has made provision for the right of the Guyana Lottery Company to operate Video Lottery Terminals (VLTs) in Guyana.”The Gaming Authority, under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Act of 2009 and Amendment 2016, has been identified as the Supervisory Authority for casinos and lotteries.According to Forde, the Gaming Authority, in its capacity as a Supervisory Authority, had advised the Lottery Company to await rollout of the enactment of legislation and formulation of regulations to guide the operation’s machines.The gambling games previously operated by the Guyana Lottery Company through its arrangement with Government include ‘Lotto Supa 6,’ ‘Lucky 3,’ ‘Daily Millions,’ and ‘Draw De Line’; along with a range of popular ‘scratch’ games.Its ring of gambling games has now been expanded to include those using the VLT machines—machines akin to the casino slot machines, also referred to as the ‘one-arm bandit.last_img read more

Traffic slowed as car veers off road

first_imgA single vehicle accident had traffic on the Swanson lumber road moving slower this afternoon.A car appeared to have veered off the west shoulder of the road by Canfor Lumber.- Advertisement -The RCMP was directing traffic around the accident around 4 p.m. this afternoon.There is no word if there were any injuries as a result of the accident.last_img

Lion heart

first_imgTwisting and turning, it was as if Matt Leinart was carrying the football under one arm and the Heisman Trophy in the other. Slung over his back were the expectations of winning a third consecutive national championship, something nobody else has done, and the demands of his growing celebrity, which he was learning are inseparable from the perks that come with jumping to the other side of the velvet rope. It’s one thing to bear that burden when you’ve spent your whole life preparing for it, but who could have seen this coming? If Leinart can lead No. 1-ranked USC past No. 2-ranked Texas on Wednesday at the Rose Bowl, he’ll have concluded each of his three years with at least a share of a national championship, and he’ll leave school with just as many Heisman Trophies as losses. Even if he can’t, some will still make the argument that he’s the best quarterback in college football history. As the accolades and attention have been laid at Leinart’s feet, it’s something he’s still coming to terms with. If he’s grown to be tall, handsome, athletic and immensely popular, he can’t help but wonder why? This is because Leinart never has forgotten who he used to be. “The fat, cross-eyed kid with glasses,” he said. Leinart was born with his left eye out of alignment with his right, something he underwent surgery for when he was 3 years old. But he wore glasses growing up and that, with his chubby build, made him an easy target on the playground. “I know what it’s like to be on both sides,” Leinart said. “There’s all the glory, all the attention, living on top of the world. Growing up – it’s not a super sob story – but it was tough. “When you’re a kid and you have the problems I had, it’s one of those things where I never thought this would happen. My life has completely changed. How people treat me has completely changed. The attention is fun, it’s a great opportunity, but sometimes I look at it like that’s not who I am.” Leinart given ‘nothing’ When Hue Jackson, the offensive coordinator under Paul Hackett, recruited Carson Palmer, he put together a glossy brochure that listed his future accomplishments should he become a Trojan: Heisman Trophy winner, national championship, No. 1 pick in the draft. Asked what Jackson gave him, Leinart said: “Nothing.” Leinart was a Parade All-American at Mater Dei High in Orange County, but he wasn’t the type of prospect they actually threw a parade for, like Palmer before him or John David Booty and Mark Sanchez after him. Leinart came to USC mainly because the Trojans would have him, something UCLA, the school he grew up rooting for, wouldn’t. When Hackett was fired and Carroll hired, Leinart signed a letter of intent, even if he wasn’t sure what he was signing on for. “I just wanted to play,” Leinart said of his expectations. “I don’t think any of us imagined what was going to happen. Coach Carroll was preaching when he came in, but we didn’t know if he was going to follow up or really change the program.” Leinart redshirted his first year, hoping to back up Palmer the next season. Instead, he was stuck behind sophomore Matt Cassel. His father asked for a conference with offensive coordinator Norm Chow, concerned that his son wasn’t getting enough work in practice to improve. When Leinart returned to Mater Dei to work out and visit with friends and coaches, it wasn’t hard to tell he was down. “Matt thrives on confidence,” said Bruce Rollinson, his coach at Mater Dei. “By no means did we coddle him when he was here, but we kept it light and airy, which is difficult for me to do. If he came off after throwing a bad pass, I’d say, `That was a real beauty.’ ” USC was headed in the right direction after a 10-2 season, but with Palmer departing the big question facing the team was who would be his replacement? Just before the start of spring practice, Carroll told Leinart the job was his to lose. Suddenly, everything started to click. “He looked like a different guy,” offensive tackle Winston Justice said. “He was confident. It was like it was his team.” Still, Leinart had yet to throw a pass in a game, and if the demanding Chow wasn’t enamored of Cassel, Brandon Hance or Billy Hart, there was the possibility he could turn to Booty, who had enrolled after graduating high school a year early. In his first start, a 23-0 win at Auburn, which was ranked third and had been picked by Sports Illustrated to win the national championship, Leinart was flawless. But late in September, he threw three interceptions in an overtime loss at Cal and suffered a knee injury the next week at Arizona State that sent him to the sidelines for much of the second quarter. With the score tied at 10-10, Cassel ineffective and Hance warming up to start the second half, Leinart asked back in the game. He passed for two touchdowns in the second half and earned the name “Lion Heart” from his teammates. USC hasn’t lost since. “When you’re named the starter and you grow and get experience, that builds your confidence game-by-game,” Leinart said. “That first year, about halfway through is when I really started gaining the confidence I needed to start playing and it’s just grown from there.” Indeed, in the ensuing 34-game winning streak, the Trojans have failed to score at least 37 points just eight times. As it turns out, winning isn’t Leinart’s only habit. Each Wednesday he must have lunch with his dad and each Friday he must have lunch with his brother, though that has called for some recalibration of the calendar this week since game day is Wednesday. Then there are the boxers. He has worn the same pair for each start of his career, except one: the loss to Cal. “They’re my lucky boxers,” he said. “They’ve got holes in them. I clean them every week, but they’re gross.” Too much information, you say? Perhaps, but Leinart’s profile in Hollywood has been raised enough that inquiring minds want to know. When Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson were splitting up, tabloids offered USC beat reporters $400 if they could get a comment from Leinart, who is a friend of Lachey. Since last season, USC has limited Leinart’s availability to the media to once a week, not that it has kept his appearances at Hollywood parties out of the papers or prevented news that his only class this semester was ballroom dancing from becoming a national story. To ensure he isn’t bothered by autograph seekers, Leinart is whisked from practice to the locker room in a motorized cart. When he isn’t in uniform, Leinart usually wears a baseball cap pulled down tight or a hooded sweatshirt over his head. Leinart joked after the NCAA banned him from speaking to the media for one week after he improperly filmed a promotional spot for ESPN that he was disappointed it wasn’t longer. If it’s distasteful, all the attention might be good medicine. “It’s helped him understand the amount of scrutiny you’re under to be an NFL quarterback,” said Sarkisian, who spent last year as an assistant with the Oakland Raiders between stints at USC. “That’s what he was playing for us this year. The media, the questions, the time management, the notoriety, girls trying to throw themselves at him – they’re all different issues to deal with.” Leinart also has made other good uses of his decision to return, which was influenced by his need for elbow surgery after last season. He has improved his mobility and his arm strength, Sarkisian said. Leinart is so proud of his work ethic and aptitude that he fights the perception that, with his class schedule and club-hopping, he has a case of senioritis. “Matt knows how hard he worked to get to this point and he never takes it for granted,” said his roommate, receiver Dwayne Jarrett. In fact, Sarkisian calls Leinart his toughest critic, saying he’ll dwell on his mistakes and have to be built up the rest of the week. After USC fell behind by 13 points at Oregon and 18 points at Arizona State before kicking it into gear and winning, and didn’t put away woeful Arizona until the fourth quarter, Leinart went into a funk. Then came Notre Dame. “We kind of faced the monster a little bit and he has not been the same since,” Carroll said. “He stopped projecting about what should happen and what he should be and just got back to being a kid playing football and having fun with it.” Sometimes it’s that simple. The difference between carrying the world on your back – or holding it in your hands. Billy Witz, (818) 713-3621 billy.witz@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Yet instead of exhilaration, Leinart felt exhaustion. Lying in the turf, he began to cry. When his teammates mobbed him as he staggered to the sidelines, he looked stunned, his eyes glazed over. The emptiness didn’t stop then. The next day he met with quarterbacks coach Steve Sarkisian. Leinart vented. Then he listened. “I took a deep breath and said, ‘You know, this is what I came back to do, to have fun and be a part of this,’ ” Leinart said. “I’m not a guy that gets tense or nervous or anything like that. I think everything was kind of building up. I think I’ve been doing a pretty good job of kind of handling everything the past couple of years. (It) was just like, oh, man, I felt like there was so much weight on my shoulders.” center_img No wonder he needed a push. When Leinart, with his all-or-nothing lunge, crossed the goal line at Notre Dame, it was the signature moment of his career. last_img

Coolest place on the planet “due a big year” for tourism

first_imgAccording to Failte Ireland, 289,000 tourists visited Donegal in 2015 and spent a whopping €83million. These figures are expected to rise due to Donegal’s new title as the coolest place on the planet.Speaking to The Guardian, National Geographic Traveller’s UK editor, Pat Riddell says; “It’s a warm-hearted place, but wilderness always feels just a stone’s throw away. And it is wilderness, world-class wilderness. We think it’s due a big year.” The filming of scenes from the latest Star Wars movie, and our natural scenery and possible adventures to be had here all combined to make Donegal so ‘cool’ in the eyes of the influential travel magazine from National Geographic.The publication describes Donegal’s “dreamlike landscape” and roads that “wind like ribbons” to locations such as Silver Strand. On top of being named the coolest place on the planet, Donegal has received funding from Failte Ireland for four major festivals; The Donegal Rally, the Earagail Arts Festival, the Rory Gallagher Festival in Ballyshannon and the Sea Sessions in Bundoran.Donegal Rally will be awarded €15,000, Sea Sessions €20,000, Earagail Arts Festival €45,000 and Rory Gallagher Festival €40,000.Although a boost in tourism is expected, concerns have also been highlighted.Speaking to The Guardian, Paddy Byrne, who runs a business taking tourists to Slieve League says; “The ‘Coolest Place on the Planet’ thing will undoubtedly help bring more tourists. I had a call yesterday from a foreign tourist to see I could take them out to the cliffs, but I don’t get going until March.”“This place may be beautiful but you can’t eat beauty. A lot of people, especially our young people, have to leave the county to get jobs, an education and opportunities.”Brexit was also highlighted as a possible major economic drain on Donegal, with a concern over non-EU fishing boats from the UK not needing to conform to EU quotas.Despite worries over Brexit and emigration; an expected increase on 2015’s €83 million is fantastic for our beautiful county! Coolest place on the planet “due a big year” for tourism was last modified: January 2nd, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:2017BoostBrexitcoolest placedonegaleconomyNational GeographicStar Warstourismlast_img read more

Jurgen Klopp’s 2016 comments about excessive spending resurface before Alisson deal

first_img Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade IN DEMAND REVEALED 2 2 It would represent a complete squad overhaul for the German, who took over the Reds in 2015.However, fans have been quick to remind Klopp about what he said two years ago with regards to excessive spending.With Manchester City closing in on the singing of John Stones and Manchester United about to sign Paul Pogba for a world-record fee, Klopp bemoaned the big spending of Premier League sides.“Other clubs can go out and spend more money and collect top players, yes,” he said in 2016. “But if you bring one player in for £100 million or whatever, and he gets injured, then it all goes through the chimney. targets moving on RANKED LATEST Alisson looks bound for Liverpool Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Liverpool are closing in on the signing of Brazil star Alisson from Roma, in what will be a world-record deal for for a goalkeeper.The Brazil international is currently flying into Liverpool to complete a medical ahead of a £67million deal. LIVING THE DREAM targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti “Do I have to do it differently to that? Actually, I WANT to do it differently. I would even do it differently if I COULD spend that money.“I want a special team spirit – I don’t feel it is necessary, I want it.“You can’t say at the end, ‘Only 11 best players will play together and let’s see what happens.’“The day that this is football, I’m not in a job anymore. Because the game is about playing together. Klopp claimed he would be ‘out of a job’ if clubs continued to spend big, but has not been afraid to splash the cash himself The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Latest Transfer Stories “That is why somebody invented passes — so these players can play together. It’s not about running with the ball because you can do it all the time.“But building the group is not my unique idea, it is necessary to be successful in football.”Since that interview, Klopp has broken the world record transfer fee for a defender by signing Virgil van Dijk from Southampton for £75 million.Once the Alisson deal goes through (another world-record fee) the German’s spending at Liverpool will surpass the £400 million mark.last_img read more


first_imgA ram-raider was caught after he left the license plate of his car at the scene of a robbery.Bernard McGinley was part of a gang who drove a car into the front of a petrol station in St Johnston.But Gardai managed to trace the 25 year old father-of-one after his license plate fell off at the Foyle View Service station in Dundee, St.Johnston on December 2nd, 2010. Letterkenny District Court was told McGinley and his gang robbed a cash register drawer containing €200 and an Eircom payphone during the 7am raid.Gardai used CCTV and traced the damaged Opel Astra car to 3 Canal Road, Letterkenny.They also managed to identify McGinley who was wearing the same clothing from the CCTV and also the same jewellery.McGinley’s solicitor Michael Shiel said his client was taking the rap for all members of the gang and was frightened to help Gardai.He had a drink and drug problem but was trying to address it.The court heard that €4,000 in damage caused to the garage during the raid had not been paid back.McGinley had a number of previous convictions for drink-driving, car theft and failing to stop for Gardai.Judge Paul Kelly said he had no question that McGinley would have to go to jail.He sentenced him to a total of 12 months in prison for various offences including criminal damage and theft.AT HEARING.RAM-RAIDER CAUGHT AFTER LICENSE PLATE FELL OFF CAR DURING GARAGE HEIST was last modified: March 11th, 2013 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:Bernard McGinleyFole View Service stationram-raiderSt Johnstonlast_img read more


first_imgIt’s going to another cracking weekend at Letterkenny Super-pub Sister Sara’s.Tomorrow night, we’ve got Mark and Kevin McLean’s 40th birthday bash, which promises to be a terrific night’s entertainment.Music will be performed by Eldorado, Hugo McLaughlin, The Confederates and Hugo McLean. On Saturday it’s the super-pub disco with our resident DJ Marty Curran, he’ll lay all your club and chart favourites to get you in the party mood.On Sunday you can watch all the premiership action on any of the large HD Plasma TV’s located throughout the bar.So if you’re heading out this weekend, make sure and drop in to Letterkenny’s No.1 super-pub Sister Sara’s.SISTER SARA’S TO HOST 40TH BIRTHDAY BASH FOR MARK AND KEVIN MCLEAN was last modified: September 11th, 2014 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:EntertainmentFeaturesnewsSister Sara’sWEEKEND LINE-UPlast_img read more