Cavalier SC won the battle of the east on Monday night as they stopped their more storied neighbours and rivals Harbour View 1-0 at the Harbour View Mini-Stadium, and in the process, moved farther away from relegation. The victory and the gains that came with it were due largely to a beautiful left-footed strike from distance by Cleon Price in the 50th minute. It resulted directly from a move where Harbour View failed to capitalise on a scoring opportunity and the ball ended up with Price on a quick counter. “I am feeling overjoyed to know that I scored the winning goal for my team and that we came out victorious,” said an obviously pleased Price at the end of the game. The strike was only Price’s fourth of the season and his second for Cavalier, following a move from Portmore United in the January transfer window. Already, Price is seeing the benefits of his move. “I am happy with the move. I am happy with the players and the club. This team is a good team and I think I can move forward from here. “I left Portmore because I wanted a change, a change to see if I could get more playing time and more eyes on me to see if I could get in the national team,” the 21-year-old former Dinthill striker said. The comfort he feels at Cavalier Price said goes beyond the field and it inspires him to do even better. “I am more appreciated now. The fans are really nice to me. They really appreciate me coming to their team and are giving me the support,” he said. While he is happy with his performance and the reception that he has received, Price is still unsure if the loan move – which runs until September 2016 – will become a permanent deal. “It is not a long-term move. It is a loan until September. But right now, I have not decided what will happen. I guess we just have to wait and see,” said the player who is a handful for defenders because of his physique, pace, movement, and skill. Since being at Cavalier, Price’s returns have not been enough to turn the heads of the national coaches. “I have received no indication as yet that I am getting the kind of looks that I need. I guess I have to play harder, score more goals, because the league is very competitive. We have a lot of strikers who are scoring a lot of goals, so I have to be in that rank before the national coach can give me a look,” Price said. With eight games to go in the regular season, Price promised to make a statement. “Great things can be expected from me for the remaining games. There will be more goals from me and more victories for Cavalier and we will be staying up for sure,” Price declared of his team, which now sits in seventh position and eight points above the relegation zone.
An off-duty correction officer of Guyanese parentage was shot and killed in a possible road rage incident in Queens, New York early Friday morning, according to the New York Post.It was reported that 27-year-old Jonathan Narain was in his 2013 maroon Honda Accord on his way to work at Rikers Island when a motorcyclist blasted him once in the head on 120th Street and 103rd Avenue in Richmond Hill at about 01:45h.According to the New York Post, Narain had just stopped at a store to pick up food before his life was cut short. Emergency responders rushed the correction officer, who had nearly two years on the job, to the Jamaica Hospital – less than a mile away from his home – where he was pronounced dead.The article detailed that NYPD Chief of Citywide Investigations, William Aubry, said surveillance footage from the scene revealed that the victim was making a U-turn when he had an initial encounter with the motorcyclist. Moments later, the motorcyclist pulled up alongside Narain’s car, which was stopped at a traffic light.“There was a short exchange of what we believe was a conversation — very, veryDead Jonathan Narainshort, only seconds — and then the shot was fired,” Aubry said.The suspect, whom Police described as a dark-skinned man wearing dark clothing and a helmet, shot Narain one time in the left temple before fleeing, the news entity said.It went on to note that the Police say Narain was armed at the time, but his gun was not out. Authorities do not believe that the fatal attack was work-related.Hours after the shooting, Narain’s devastated mother – a retired school cook for the Department of Education — showed up to the scene and gazed at the Honda in which her son died. “His mom is really taking it hard. Everybody is taking it hard. We have a big family, and none of us expected this,” said Narain’s cousin, Kevin Ramdhani, 29.Ramdhani called Narain “a good guy” and “a good cousin.”“We grew up together, doing things, playing laser tag…I’m just really sad right now. I still don’t believe it,” he said. “I saw him in the hospital and I still don’t believe it. I told him to wake up, open his eyes, talk to me — even though I knew he was gone.”Narain, a Hindu with Guyanese roots, who was active with his madrasa in East New York, Brooklyn, had dreams of joining the NYPD, and had recently passed an entrance exam, Ramdhani said, noting that Narain “loved” working for the Department of Correction.“He loved it, that job. He couldn’t stop talking about it,” Ramdhani recalled. “I would be like, ‘Doesn’t it feel like you’re in jail?’ and he’d be like, ‘No. I love my job.’ He loved the idea of keeping order and upholding the law.”Ramdhani described Narain as “a go-getter.”“That’s always been his MO,” said Ramdhani. “He came a long way — bachelor’s degree in business. I looked up to him, and he was younger than me. A lot of people don’t have motivation like he had.”According to the New York Post, the Department of Correction Commissioner Cynthia Brann said in a statement: “The entire Department of Correction is grieving this morning upon learning of the tragic shooting death of an off-duty Correction Officer. My deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences go out to the officer’s family, friends, and colleagues throughout the department. We are in close communication with the NYPD.”Narain’s killer remains at large, the news entity said.
0Shares0000Midfielder Scott McTominay “will be a big player for Manchester United” said team-mate Nemanja Matic © AFP/File / Oli SCARFFLONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 28 – Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic is predicting a bright future for the “amazing” Scott McTominay, who has forced his way into Jose Mourinho’s first team despite fierce competition for places.McTominay’s selection ahead of club-record signing Paul Pogba for last week’s Champions League clash at Sevilla underlined Mourinho’s trust in the player and he was also handed a starting role in Sunday’s 2-1 comeback win against Chelsea. The 21-year-old’s performances have seen him shortlisted alongside David De Gea and Romelu Lukaku for United’s player of the month award, as well as earning admiration from team-mates.“He is amazing,” Matic said after United’s victory against Chelsea, when McTominay made just the 10th competitive start of his career.“He is 21 and to play like that and control the game like that is impressive. He will be a big player for Manchester United.“I like him because he is a very nice guy and he doesn’t have a problem to ask before the game something and I am always there to help him.“When I came to Manchester I saw within a few days he would become a top player.”McTominay’s rise could lead to an international tug of war between England and Scotland. He has not represented either nation at any level.A late developer who has rocketed to 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 metres)in recent years, the midfielder has retained his ability on the ball and has impressed team-mates such as Chris Smalling from the outset.“He’s been training with us for quite a while, even last season,” the United defender said. “But he’s been sort of thrust into some big games, be it Seville or here, and he’s not phased.“You can see him crunching into tackles and that’s what we do in training. He goes through people. It’s good that he’s stepped up to his mark.”0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)
0Shares0000Alisson was caught out with the ball at his feet to allow Leicester to score © AFP / Adrian DENNISLeicester, United Kingdom, Sep 1 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said he expected a blunder from new £65 million goalkeeper Alisson Becker, but hopes the Brazilian number one and the rest of his side learned their lesson in winning 2-1 at Leicester on Saturday.Klopp’s men moved to the top of the Premier League with a perfect record of four wins from four games thanks to first-half goals from Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino. However, the visitors gave Leicester hope when Alisson was caught trying to dribble past Kelechi Iheanacho and the Nigerian squared for Rachid Ghezzal to score the first goal Liverpool have conceded this season.Klopp warned after last weekend’s 1-0 win over Brighton that he wasn’t happy with some of Alisson’s risk taking when trying to play out from the back.“We all have to learn from that, not just him. It was clear from last week that I thought it would happen. I didn’t think it would happen during the next match but we could have cleared twice the situation before,” said Klopp.“He knows it was his mistake of course, he’s man enough to accept that. I told him the best game to do it was this one, because we won it. It’s all fine now and we’ve ticked that box as well.“We don’t need to play all the balls back to Alisson, but he showed how cool he was after that when the crowd was trying to make him nervous.”Despite a perfect start in terms of points, Liverpool are still to hit the heights they did in the second half of last season in reaching the Champions League final.However, midfielder James Milner hailed the reds’ new-found ability to grind out results, which will be needed if they are to dethrone champions Manchester City and deliver a first Premier League title to Anfield for 29 years.“Massive (result). It wasn’t a good performance in most aspects; pressing defending, keeping the ball, it was tough work. Sometimes in the Premier League you have got to win ugly and we did that,” said Milner.“We are in as good a position as we can be after four games, won them all. But it is a long season, a lot more to improve. I’m pleased with how we have defended, but there is more to come from this team. It is early days, no one has hit top gear.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
UPDATED: COMMUNITY ALERT: Gardai have issued a warning about a man in an agitated state who may be in the following areas this evening:* Lifford* Castlefinn * Ballybofey/StranorlarIt follows an incident in the Brockagh area in which a man picked up a hitch-hiker in an agitated state.The man reported the incident to Gardai who have issued an alert.It is understood the man has mental health issues. He is tall, in his 30s, wearing a black hoodie and black jeans.He should not be approached under any circumstances.Anyone who has come across this individual should dial 999 or call Gardai at their nearest station.The alert follows reports to Gardaí about incidents earlier in the day. COMMUNITY ALERT: GARDAÍ WARNING ABOUT ‘AGITATED’ MAN was last modified: October 26th, 2013 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:castlefincommunity alertgarda warningLifford
DRUMKEEN NOTESCake SaleA cake sale will take place in the hall after both masses this Sat 26th and Sun 27th July to help fund local youths Eoghan Kennedy, Sean Patton and Jerome Duffy who have been selected to take part in the Galway Cup in August. This is a fantastic opportunity for Eoghan, Sean and Jerome to test their skills against the best soccer talent in Ireland. Your support would be greatly appreciated. Skydive in memory of the two ShanesThe skydive in memory of Shane Patton and Shane Brolly raised a total of €10,413.52 (all money raised has been donated to the cardiac unit, Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin). Eleven family and friends took to the skies on Sunday 6th July at Kilkenny airfield and many other family and friends came and cheered them on. It was an emotional day for all involved and an amazing experience. We just want to thank everyone who supported and sponsored us and made it a huge success. We hope our 2 boys are proud of this achievement and know they will never be forgotten. People who took part in the skydive were Julie Patton (Shane’s mother) Emma Brolly (Shane’s twin sister) Vicky Galvin, Eimear Mc Elchar, Chloe Kelly, Fiona Galvin, Aaron Carlin, Christy Gallen, Martin Mc Kelvey, Mark Carlin, and Shane Mc Girr. Drumkeen Band ReunionThe next meeting will be held in St. Patrick’s hall on Monday the 28th of July at 8pm, anyone who may have old photographs or uniforms can bring them along on the night. For more info contact Josephine on 0894385005 or Fiona 0866002234St. Bridget’s WellCaretaker Joseph Brennan would like to thank the car wash committee for their kind donation to the repair/upkeep of the well. The work is now complete with all railings replaced or repaired and painted. The well and grotto have also been re-decorated and hanging baskets erected at the main gate. If anyone would know the history of the well or has any stories of the various cures please contact the Drumkeen Notes on 0864083625.Charlie Daly & H-Block Martyrs Sinn Féin Cumann DrumkeenLotto Results 16th July 02, 11, 17, 21. No jackpot winner. John Joseph Trearty wins €100. Next week’s jackpot €2,600. Go raibh maith agat.Parish Hall Anyone wishing to book the hall should contact Charlie Quinn on 91/34010 or 087 7728608Drumkeen NotesAnyone wishing to have material included for next weekPlease Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or text 086 4083625 (Deadline Fri @ 8pm) DD LOCAL: DRUMKEEN TO HOST CAKE SALE TO HELP RISING SOCCER STARS was last modified: July 19th, 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:Drumkeen notes
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Sri Lankan cricketer Mahela JayawardeneThe former captain of Sri Lanka’s cricket team Mahela Jayawardene has retired from Test cricket. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) announced the decision on Monday.”It was not an easy decision to make given that it has been a great privilege and honour representing my country during the past 18 years, but I believe this is the right time,” said the cricketer in his letter to SLC. Addressing the letter to the Chief Executive Officer of SLC Mr. Ashley De Silva, Mahela Jayawardene has stated that he would like to retire from Test cricket after the forthcoming Test series against South Africa and Pakistan.Jaywardene, who retired from T20 cricket in March this year, will continue to play in One Day Internationals and has made himself available for next year’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.The right-handed batsman has played 145 tests and his 11,493 runs shares sixth spot, along with compatriot Kumar Sangakkara, on the list of highest scorers in the longest format of the game.He has scored 33 test centuries and enjoys a batting average of a little more than 50 runs per innings.