US sanctions on Russian tycoon…potentially devastating blow to industry – JagdeoAs the United States (US) sanctions against Russian business tycoon Oleg Deripaska, who is the main owner of the EN+ conglomerate, which is the co-owner of Rusal begins to sink in, the local operation in Guyana has significantly scaled back on its exportation of bauxite. This is according to President of the Guyana Bauxite and General Workers Union (GBGWU) Lincoln Lewis.Lincoln LewisRusal is one of the largest aluminum producers in the world and has operations here in Guyana in the form of the Bauxite Company of Guyana Incorporated (BCGI), employing over 500 persons. According to reports, the sanctions against Rusal have caused aluminum prices to surge since the sanctions freeze all of the company’s assets under the US jurisdiction.Lewis, in a telephone interview on Saturday with Guyana Times said the Union is still analysing the implications of the sanctions in the Guyana context and would be requesting a meeting with the Natural Resources Minister in the coming days.“We have to make an assessment of how the sanctions will impact Guyana as a country and the effect it will have on Rusal’s operations here. We are monitoring the operations of Rusal and what we do know is Rusal has virtually scaled back on their shipment of bauxite out of Guyana,” Lewis said.“We have to continue to analyse the situation and right now we will be seeking a meeting with the Government. As a matter of fact, on Monday we will be dispatching a letter to the Ministry (of Natural Resources) to have a meeting with the Minister and see how we will move forward,” Lewis added.When contacted, a senior manager at Rusal again said they are yet to receive word from their Moscow Headquarters as it relates to their operations but did confirm the company has scaled back on its exportation of bauxite.Devastating blowMeanwhile, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo at a press briefing on Friday said a “potentially devastating blow” could be dealt to the bauxite workers, particularly those in the Berbice River area.“We are talking about over 900 people who may be depending on how the issues go and from what I understand it is really those jobs that are all seriously threatened, and this is because of the consequences of the US sanctions on Rusal. So many of the companies with which they are engaging, particularly the transhipment company have already signalled reluctance to continue to service the operations,” he said.“Our Government is silent on it. Our President would fly off to London and leave the fate of thousands in uncertainty, so it would affect New Amsterdam as well as the Berbice River and all of Region 10,” Jagdeo added.Meanwhile, Oldendorff Carriers, which handles the shipping logistics for Rusal has reportedly given noticed to withdraw its service as a result of the sanction. Oldendorff Carriers is located in the Berbice River. However, the company has recently announced that transshipment arrangements with Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc remains intact.Deripaska has also been charged in US special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation regarding Russia’s involvement in the 2016 US presidential election.Last week, the US Treasury Department announced the sanctions against seven Russian oligarchs, 12 companies they either owned or controlled and 17 senior Government officials, who Washington said were profiting from the Russian Government’s engagement in “a range of malign activities” around the world.The Treasury Department warned that US entities would be “generally prohibited” from dealings with the persons and firms on the sanctions list, while added that companies outside the United States could face sanctions for “knowingly facilitating significant transactions for or on behalf of” the sanctioned entities.The US Government’s decision to include Deripaska on its sanctions blacklist will reverberate around the world because his business empire has a global footprint and counts major multinationals as partners.Deripaska, estimated by Forbes magazine to have a net worth of $6.7 billion, is the main owner of the conglomerate EN+, which in turn is the co-owner of some of the world’s biggest metals producers – Rusal and Nornickel.Deripaska’s inclusion on the US sanctions list could potentially create complications too for companies with which he does business; including German car giant Volkswagen and commodities trader Glencore.Rusal had said it regretted its inclusion on the US sanctions list, adding that its advisors were studying the situation. Hong Kong-listed Rusal is one of the world’s biggest aluminium producers. It says exports to the United States account for over 10 per cent of its output.Rusal owns assets in Italy, Ireland, Sweden, Nigeria, Guyana and Guinea. It owns a stake in Australian QAL, the world’s top alumina refinery.
– calls on supporters not to interfere with election materialsThe People’s Progressive Party (PPP) in its strongest terms condemned the ripping down of party flags by suspected supporters of the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APN/AFC) in various sections of Guyana.Speaking with Guyana Times, PPP/C Executive Secretary Zulfikar Mustapha explained that the action is deliberate and disrespectful.PPP/C Executive Secretary Zulfikar Mustapha“They have been ripping down these flags and in Region Five, Georgetown, Region Three and it seems as there are activists of APNU/AFC. Places like Hope Town, Den Amstel and certain sections in Georgetown it seems as a deliberate [action] by APNU/AFC supporters to rip down our flags.”As such, the matter was reported to the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC), the Guyana Police Force, and other relevant State agencies to investigate the matter and call for the ignorance to stop forthwith.“This election should be something that is fair where every party should have a chance to display their elections materials and things like that, so I hope these bodies will take note and deal with these matters,” the PPP Executive stated.Flags that are being ripped downMustapha further added that the PPP/C believes in democracy and will ensure that their supporters do not interfere with any other political party’s elections material.“We have informed them not to interfere with anybody’s materials. We believe in democracy; we believe in that everybody must have their fair chance and we have informed out activists not to interfere with anybody,” Mustapha cited.The destruction of party paraphernalia is nothing new. In 2015, a People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) rally was rudely interrupted by a band of supporters of the APNU/AFC – involving children in their nefarious activities, the supporters urinated on and burned PPP flags, and hurled missiles at the rally speakers, including party stalwart, Dr Roger Luncheon.The person reported to have urinated on the PPP flag and subsequently setting it ablaze was Child Welfare Officer Abigail Baveghems, who is also the daughter of an APNU member.That incident has been widely criticised, given that it occurred on the same day that political parties had signed on to a Code of Conduct aimed at guiding the manner in which campaigning is conducted.
Man United injury update v Chelsea – HUGE BOOST for Red Devils as attacker looks set to recover for Sunday’s clash
1 1 Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal became a figure of fun on Monday evening as he claimed that his side could still catch runaway league leaders Chelsea, but he will have the perfect opportunity to justify that assertion on Sunday afternoon when the two heavyweights square off at Old Trafford.United are currently 10 points behind their London counterparts – who are yet to taste defeat in the Premier League – and while the Red Devils will still be without captain Wayne Rooney, who serves the final match of his suspension, Van Gaal looks likely to receive a handful of boosts that could prove the difference maker for the fallen giants.The biggest news understandably surrounds club-record signing Angel di Maria, who worryingly limped off in Monday’s draw with West Brom. The Argentine seemed to wince on the bench, as he sat with an ice-pack strapped to his groin, but after being spotted at United’s Carrington base on Wednesday to undergo additional treatment, the club are quietly confident that he will be fit in time for Sunday’s showdown.Another huge boost comes in the shape of Colombian hitman Radamel Falcao, who remained on the bench for the 2-2 draw due to the amount of travelling he had done during the international break, but according to latest reports he too is expected to be ready to go on Sunday.While defence continues to be an area of consternation for boss Louis van Gaal, his ranks look set to receive further reinforcements, with Jonny Evans and youngster Paddy McNair to undergo fitness tests that could see them follow the returns of Phil Jones and Chris Smalling last weekend.And finally, something of a minor boost, Monday’s goal hero Marouane Fellaini insists he is fully fit and raring to help fire United back into the Premier League’s upper-echelons after enduring his own difficult start to life at Old Trafford following his switch from Everton in the summer of 2013.Below is how Man United could line-up against Chelsea on Sunday: Man United fans, how do you think you’ll line-up on Sunday? Comment below… Angel Di Maria looks like being passed fit to face Chelsea
Dietmar Hamann says it would be a ‘big surprise’ if Jurgen Klopp allowed Adam Lallana to leave Liverpool this summer.Lallana’s former Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino reportedly wants to be reunited with the midfielder at Tottenham, with the north London club plotting a £20m move when the transfer window reopens.The 28-year-old endured a difficult first campaign at Anfield after his £25m switch from the Saints in 2014, but has been in good form since Jurgen Klopp’s arrival.And Hamann hopes the Merseysiders snub Spurs’ interest in the midfielder – as he believes Lallana can be a ‘game-changer’ for Klopp’s men next season.“If Lallana were to leave, it would be a big surprise because he has come good lately and shown improved form under the new manager,” the Champions League-winning former Reds star told talkSPORT.“He is a very talented player. He is one of the players I love to watch and one of the players England has really produced in the last ten to 15 years who has got beautiful balance, uses both feet, has great vision.“Unfortunately he hasn’t done it often enough for Liverpool but I wouldn’t give up the ghost.“If the penny drops, he is a game-changer and with [Roberto] Firmino and [Philippe] Coutinho and either [Divock] Origi or [Daniel] Sturridge he forms a pretty formidable front four.”Another Liverpool player being linked with a summer exit is Christian Benteke, but Hammann would not be surprised if Klopp allowed him to move on.The Belgian striker has struggled to show his best form following his £32.5million move from Aston Villa last summer, scoring just nine goals in 39 appearances, and is understood to be on West Ham’s radar.Hamann added on talkSPORT: “He started the season as the number one or two striker depending on Daniel Sturridge’s fitness but he has gone down the pecking order.“Origi started ahead of him and I don’t see why that will change when he is back fit. If Sturridge does stay at the club then he will be third in the pecking order, which for a player of his talent is obviously not satisfying.“So, I wouldn’t be too surprised if Benteke were to leave.”Dietmar Hamann was talking at a golf day to raise funds for Arms Around The Child, which works to provide a loving home, medical treatment, protection, respect and education for children who have lost their parents or are living in adversity. Find out more here.
Letterkenny 24/7Seventeen club members had an early start in Belfast for the Olympic and sprint race.The first competitors were in Belfast lough at nine am with Aidan Callaghan and Gavin Crawford being the best performers for the club with Aidan narrowly missing out on second place overall and Gavin finishing a credible 14th. There were some debut performances at the Olympic distance with markers being set down for 2015. Stephen Sweeney, Patrick Patton, John Mc Carron, Clara Quigley and Killian Nulty all put good performances in their first attempt at the Olympic distance.The club also had three entrants in the sprint distance with Colin Dean wrapping up his season and Tommy Hill racing well after illness in his home town race.Liam Tinney unfortunately took ill during the run and had to retireIn Boyle Christine Russell and Orlaith Fogarty performed well in the sprint event although Christine suffered a dq for drafting. Martin Robinson performed well in this event as well. In Achill Louise Ruddy continued her return from injury with another fine performance in the Achill adventure race.A special word of thanks to Bernard Mc Dyre who officiated as a technical official at the race on Sunday his seventh time this year.The club is obliged to provide a quota of technical officials for events every year and Bernard does trojan work on behalf of the club.The AGM has been fixed for the third of October at seven pm in Aura not the seventh as per previous notes.Training continues as follows but a change is in the offing which will be communicated within the next few weeks. TrainingMonday open water swim 6.30pm GartanTuesday Track session 7.40 pm AuraWednesday Pool swim 8 pm Aura Thursday TT or brick 7 pm FoxhallSaturday club cycle 9.30am AuraResultsBelfast Titanic Olympic Triathlon3 Aidan Callaghan 1.55.1214 Gavin Crawford 2.05.3656 Paul Doherty 2.16.2772 Paul Dillon 2.18.2781 Bronagh Ogara 2.19.26 (special event winner)91 John Mccarron 2.21.59117 Padraic Mitchell 2.23.53143 Martin Donnelly 2.26.25205 Cathal Roarty 2.33.50207 Stephen Sweeney 2.33.53210 Paul Ogara 2.34.22226 Clara Quigley 2.36.40227 Killian Nulty 2.36.42249 Patrick Patton 2.39.13Belfast City Sprint Triathlon35 Colin Dean 1.15.2354 Tommy Hill 1.20.04Liam Tinney dnf( retired ill)Lough Key Sprint TriathlonOrlaith Fogarty 1.26.19 8th woman and 1st in categoryMartin Robinson 1.36.57 133rdATHLETICS NEWS: LOUISE RUDDY IN EXCELLENT FORM IN ACHILL was last modified: September 9th, 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:athleticsletterkenny 24/7NoticesSport
Dunfanaghy Golf Club NotesThis year’s Christmas Hamper stroke competition was played on Sunday the 27th November. Despite the time of year, the weather was quite benign and as usual, the course was in excellent condition. That made for some great scoring but nobody could keep apace with young Conor Hanna who returned a great score of 64 net to win by three shots. In second place was Anthony Gallagher who finished with a 67 net to beat Michael McColgan jnr into third place on BOT. Keith Lapsley won the gross prize, completing his round in 73 shots.In Saturdays open singles Stableford, Liam Rogers returned a terrific score of 44 points to win by two shots from Cathal Sheridan. Hugh Kelly was third on 38 points while Stephen Henderson won the gross with 27 gross points.The Wednesday Open Stableford Competition was also a closely fought affair with Patrick Doherty narrowly winning with 42 points from James McCorkell on 41 points. James Comiskey was third on 38 and Don Ponsonby won the gross price with 30 points.Junior GolfCarlos O’Reilly was the winner of the Senior Boys Competition this week playing his usual consistent level of golf. Carlos has last four shots over the last few weeks and is now playing off 17.In the Cadet’s Section, shot of the day went to Sean McBride whose 100 yard shot into the 15th came to rest within 2 inches of the hole. However that was not good enough to beat Caolan McFadden who won the overall competition with some very consistent play.Competition Results:Monday 21st November1st Jimmy Gleeson L/K 36pts2nd Hugh Coll D/F 34 pts BOT3rd Tony Morrison P/S 34pts1st 9 Jim Carey D/F 19pts2nd 9 John Healy D/F 21pts Wednesday Open Stableford – 23rd November1st Patrick Doherty L/K 42pts2nd James McCorkell 41pts3rd Don Ponsonby L/K 30 gross pts4th James Comiskey P/S 38pts26th November – Open Single Stableford1st Liam Rogers L/K 44pts2nd Cathal Sheridan L/K 42pts3rd Stephen Henderson NTS 27 gross pts4th Hugh Kelly L/K 38ptsSunday 27th November – Christmas Hamper Stroke GOY1st Conor Hanna 642nd Anthony Gallagher 673rd Keith Lapsley 734th Michael McColgan Jnr 67Events for the Week Ahead:Wednesday 30th November – Gents Open Single StablefordSaturday 3rd December – Gents Open 4BBB StablefordSunday 4th December – Gents Monthly Medal. The Vardon Lounge will be now only open for foodFriday 3-8Saturday 12-8Sunday 12-8Carlos O’Reilly win senior boys golf competition at Dunfanaghy was last modified: November 30th, 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:DunfanaghygolfSport
GAY Byrne is spending his 80th birthday – in his beloved Donegal.Gaybo, with Kathleen and his two daughters and grandchildren, are looking forward to his milestone celebration on Tuesday.They’re spending their time at his holiday home in the Rosses…and going for a good walk! The television legend has been coming to Donegal with his family for 40 years.“We bought a little house in Donegal more than 40 years ago, and it has been a haven of rest and tranquility from a busy life ever since,” he said recently“Our family will always be run-ins, even after all that time, but we’re never made to feel that we are, and it has been always the warm welcome and kind generosity of the Donegal people that has made every visit a joy for us, just as if we were of their stock.“And it is the kind and welcoming friends in Donegal who have made us feel at home through the years,” he said. Gay will be celebrating his milestone birthday in Donegal with his family and is still in fine fettle as a result of his passion for walking, cycling and working.And although he continues to do his Lyric FM show, after eight decades on the earth he wants to enjoy life a bit more.He added: “I’m letting things go gradually, things I would be involved in, so I have more time to do what I want to do.” GAYBO CELEBRATING HIS 80TH BIRTHDAY IN HIS BELOVED DONEGAL was last modified: August 1st, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:80th birthdaydonegalGay Byrneholiday homerosses
Mickey the Post reckons snow is just around the corner!Some swear by his predictions while others may be a bit more dubious!But Ireland’s best-known amateur weather forecaster has said there is a “berry-good chance’ we’ll see snow this Christmas.Glenfin postman Michael Gallagher has accurately predicted the weather for a number of years using the tell-tale signs of plants and animals. Postman Michael GallagherA few years ago he cost bookmaker Paddy Power more than €70,000 in bets when he accurately predicted a white Christmas.Now the amateur weather sleuth says he is “99.9%” sure many parts of Ireland will have plenty of the white stuff over the festive season.And he is undeterred by the extremely mild weather we have been having lately.He told Donegal Daily “I have been saying this since October and I am sticking by my predictions – the weather is going to turn very cold, very quickly. “When the grass is still growing and flowers are still blooming this late, there is always a sting in the tail.“The weather will turn for the worse very soon and I am 99.9% certain that we will have snow in many parts of the country over Christmas.“I do no think we will have blizzards like some have been predicting but I do expect snow,” he said.Michael said he has never seen various bushes and plants coming down with such heavy crops of berries at this time of year.“The berries are there and now I have witnessed the birds gathering as many as they can. They know the cold snap is coming and they are stocking up,” he said. ‘I’M 99.9% SURE IT WILL SNOW THIS CHRISTMAS” – MICKEY THE POST! was last modified: December 3rd, 2014 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:CHristmasdonegalMichael Gallaghersnow
Embed from Getty ImagesThe Belmont Stakes may be the race defining the career of a horse. The mile-and-a-half contest puts the endurance, speed, and heart of every bit of a horse to the test and has given some of the greatest, most iconic moments in the sport’s history to racing fans.The Belmont has become known by horse-racing professionals as the “Champion Test.” The three-year-old Competing thoroughbred horses have fully matured by the time the race runs and the field of competitors has been diminish so that only the best of the crop is competing, which is why the area is usually the smallest of the three Triple Crown races.One of the Oldest in Holding Racing EventsBelmont Stakes, the oldest and longest of the three classic horse races (with the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes) that make up the American horse racing triple crown. The Belmont Stakes was born in 1867 and is named after August Belmont, the financier, diplomat, and sportsman. Embed from Getty ImagesIt’s been run in its history at different distances and tracks. Since 1905, however, it has been held at Belmont Park near New York City and the course has been 1,5 miles (about 2,400 meters) long since 1926. The race takes place at the beginning of June and is the Triple Crown’s final race.Time Table of Memorable Events in Belmont StakesLet us go back in time and reminisce some of the significant milestones in the Belmont Stakes history.1867: The Belmont Stakes inaugural running takes place in New York’s newly opened Jerome Park. At the end of 1 5/8 miles (the race was one-eighth of a mile long at the time) the filly Ruthless prevails in a photo finish over De Courcey.1874: The distance from the Belmont Stakes is changed to 1 1⁄2 miles and in the time of 2:42.20, Saxon comes out on top, a slow clock according to the standards of today.1882-1888: Jockey James McLaughlin wins six Belmonts over seven years, setting a record for most Belmont jockey wins.1890-1906: The Belmont has shortened to 1 1⁄4 miles again before frequently changing distances during the two decades. The race takes place at the newly opened Belmont Park for the first time in 1905, the year Tanya becomes the second filly to win the race.1911-1912: Racing in New York is temporarily shut down because of anti-gambling laws and the Belmont Stakes are not running for two years.1913: Trainer James Rowe, Sr., wins with Prince Eugene his eighth Belmont Stakes, recording that no one has nearly broken. Remarkably, twice as a jockey, Rowe also won the Belmont in 1872 and 1873.1919: The winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, Sir Barton, wins the Belmont Stakes and becomes the first horse to sweep what would later become the Triple Crown.1926: The Belmont Stakes returns to 1 1⁄2 miles permanently, and Crusader records the fastest time yet for the distance, clocking it at 2:32.20.Embed from Getty Images1930: Gallant Fox wins over the well-looked Which one on the Belmont Stakes three effortless lengths, becoming the second horse being victorious at the Triple Crown.1935: Gallant Fox becomes the only winner of Triple Crown to sire a Triple Crown winner when his son, Omaha, finishes the sweep with a comfortable win over the small field of Belmont Stakes.1941-1948: Four horses–Whirlaway (1941), Count Fleet (1943), Assault (1946) and Citation (1948)–sweep the Triple Crown over eight years, making it the most prolific decade for Triple Crown winners in the 1940’s.1955: On board Nashua, Jockey Eddie Arcaro wins his sixth and final Belmont Stakes, tying James McLaughlin’s record more than 60 years ago.1957: Gallant Man, is the one of the best horses ever to win a division championship, crosses the Belmont Stakes for an eight-long victory, lowering the track record to 2:26.60.Embed from Getty Images1963-1967: The Belmont Stakes have been held at nearby Aqueduct for five years due to renovations at Belmont Park.1973: The Secretariat sets the standard by which all Belmont Stakes winners are measured, winning the race with an unprecedented 31 lengths and setting a 2:24 flat world record.1977: Seattle Slew wins the four-length Belmont Stakes to become the tenth winner of the Triple Crown race.1982-1986: With Conquistador Cielo, Caveat, Swale, Crème Fraiche and Danzig Connection, By winning five straight Belmont Stakes renewals, trainer Woody Stephens achieves the seemingly impossible.1990: The trainer Dermot Weld, based in Ireland, wins the Belmont Stakes with Go and Go, who finished fourth in Group 2 Derby Trial Stakes in Leopardstown, Ireland.1993: Julie Krone is the first female rider to win the Triple Crown race, leading Colonial longshot Affair to win 2 1⁄4 lengths off the pace.1998: In one of Belmont Stakes ‘ closest photo finishes, Victory Gallop edges Real Quiet in the final steps to win the nose, denying Real Quiet the Triple Crown sweep.2002: Sarava posts an upset record in the Belmont Stakes, with 70.25-1 odds.2004: A record 120,139 crowd turns out to watch Smarty Jones compete for the Triple Crown, but 36-1 shot Birdstone beats the favorite fan to the wire.2007: Rags to Riches is the third and latest filly to win the Belmont Stakes, outstripping the future Horse of the Year Curlin to win ahead.2015: With a five-and-a-half-long triumph, American Pharoah made history in the Belmont Stakes, He was the first horse to sweep swing the Triple Crown in 37 years.2018: Unbeaten Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve and Preakness Stakes winner Justify is expected to seek their Triple Crown sweep in the Belmont Stakes 150th edition.TakeawayThe Belmont Stakes is the highlight of what makes a riveting sport like horse racing, from heartbreaking defeats to unbelievable triumphs. 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Glendora >> The Jacks have officially put the Great Northwest Athletic Conference on notice.And they’re heading home to Northern California with conference win No. 1 in their pocket.Led by the running of All-American tailback Ja’Quan Gardner and a record-breaking night from quarterback Robert Webber, Humboldt State rolled into Citrus College and came away with a hard-fought 30-19 win over No. 8-nationally ranked and reigning conference champions Azusa Pacific on Saturday night.“What a gutty, …