Jamaica Scorpions lost two wickets just before close yesterday to put their WICB First-Class Championship clash against Guyana Jaguars in the balance heading into today’s second day at Sabina Park.The wickets, that of nightwatchman, Damion Jacobs, dismissed for zero off what turned out to be the last ball of the day, and Scorpions debutant, Antiguan Devon Thomas, 30, moments earlier, left Jamaica struggling at 63 for four.This is in chase of a first innings target of 189 scored by the Jaguars, which saw in-form spinner, Nikita Miller, taking a six-wicket haul.Winning the toss, and sending Guyana to bat, Jamaica had to endure a somewhat lukewarm first session with the Jaguars going to lunch at 80 for four.The Jaguars, after seeing out the early moisture in the wicket, were kept going by West Indies opener Assad Fudadin, who fell 15 minutes before the break.The left-handed Fudadin made 47 before he fell to Miller while his opening partner, Tagenarine Chanderpaul, chipped in with 12. Captain Leon Johnson, 16, and all-rounder Raymon Reifer, zero, were the other batsmen to fall.MILLER SHOWAfter the break, it then became the Miller show as exercising his customary good control, and using bounce, flight and turn, he was able to take another five wickets.He eventually ended up with six for 46, while part-time off-spinner, John Campbell, who got the ball to turn sharply, supported best with three for 45.Vishual Singh, 45, and Chris Barnwell, 23, were the next best scorers.AT SABINA PARK: GUYANA JAGUARS 189 all out (Assad Fudadin 47, Vishal Singh 45; Nikita Miller 6-46, John Campbell 3-45 vs Scorpions 63-4 ( Devon Thomas 30; Veerasammy Permaul 2-1).AT BEAUSEJOUR: VOLCANOES 205-7 (Andre Fletcher 63, Devon Smith 32, Liam Sebastien 30; Uthman Mohammed 2-39, Imran Khan 2-57) vs Red Force.AT KENSINGTON OVAL: BARBADOS PRIDE 272-6 (Roston Chase 95 not out, Jonathan Carter 54, Kevin Stoute 41; Gavin Tonge 4-43) vs Hurricanes.
SAN ANTONIO (AP):San Antonio built a giant 46-point lead, thanks to their smothering defence, before easing up to beat Utah 118-81 on Monday night and extend their stellar start to the NBA season.The Spurs improved to 21-5 – the second-best start in franchise history – and retained their 6-1/2 game lead in the Southwest Division.Kawhi Leonard had 22 points, while LaMarcus Aldridge and Tony Parker added 18 points each for the Spurs, who are 13-0 at home.In other key games, Atlantic Division leaders Toronto had their four-game winning streak ended by Indiana, the Los Angeles Clippers defeated Detroit with a three-pointer with 12 seconds remaining in overtime, and Miami took a share of the Southeast Division lead with a win over slumping Atlanta.Indiana’s Jordan Hill had season highs with 20 points and 13 rebounds as the Pacers beat Toronto 106-90. Monta Ellis had 18 points for Indiana, which went on a 39-4 run in the first half to overturn a 21-point deficit.The Clippers edged Detroit 105-103 when Jamal Crawford hit a three-pointer with 12.4 seconds left in overtime. Blake Griffin, who finished with 34 points, made a pair of free throws with 38.8 seconds remaining to put the Clippers ahead 102-101, but Kentavious Caldwell-Pope tied it for the Pistons by going 1 for 2 from the foul line with 30.5 seconds left.Reggie Jackson finished with 34 points and 11 rebounds for Detroit.Miami led comfortably throughout in winning 100-88 at Atlanta. Chris Bosh scored 24 points and Gerald Green had 20 for the Heat, who moved 1-1/2 games above their Southeast rival.GAME-WINNING POINTSDallas’ Chandler Parsons scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half to guide the Mavericks to a 104-94 win against Phoenix. Parsons has been on restricted duty, coming off the bench lately, following off-season knee surgery. He had eight points during a 20-4 run to finish the third quarter, when Dallas made 13 of their last 14 shots to take a 77-58 lead.Memphis shot 56 per cent and sank 10 of 15 three-point attempts in beating Washington 112-95. Denver’s Will Barton scored 23 points, including two game-sealing free throws with 13.5 seconds remaining, to give the Nuggets a 114-108 win against Houston.Orlando claimed their first win in Brooklyn, cruising past the Nets 105-82 behind 54 per cent shooting from the field.Portland extended their run of wins against New Orleans to seven by defeating the Pelicans 105-101, led by 30 points from Damian Lillard.Chicago rallied from a five-point half-time deficit to beat hapless Philadelphia 115-96 and keep the 76ers winless in 15 road games.
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In a sense, songstress and writer Nykita Garnett is a touching demonstration of a neo- soul singer with an essential sound as smooth as silk or velvet.While Liberian music followers continue to tune their ears to music that makes them want to dance, this talented young woman through simplicity, she says, hopes to connect with more fans through the affection that flows in her songs.“By saying that I’m a lover, because that’s the frame [through] which I see everything. I’m a lover, lover of everything, I think the foundation of love is in me. And when I speak of love I’m speaking of light, positivity and not just romantic love, which is what we always think of when we think of love. I try to approach everything in my life from a really positive prospective, and that seems to work out pretty well.”Music with emotion, with soul and sparkle, has been at the heart of Nykita’s life since she was a child, listening to soul artists like Anita Baker and Sade.“I think when I started holding my own musical taste, there were a few things that stuck with me. Foundational artists of my taste I would say include Sade and Anita Baker. I learned how to sing on Anita Baker, her Rapture album was like a class that I took. Every run on that CD I could sing and used to practice all through my teenage years. As much as I loved soulful women, I also love diversity like Gwen Stefani, who was a huge inspiration for me,” Nykita added.As a child in Atlanta, GA (USA), Nykita and her three sisters formed a musical group called “Mosaic”, a collage of different shades of teenage girls from dark skin, chocolaty brown, all the way to super fair skin.”It was a mixture of every color and personality in this group. We did that for a while and performed around Atlanta, where I lived when I was in the States, until everyone decided they wanted to do different things. One went on to be a doctor, another played soccer in college and they all said that I’m the youngest and had passion, it ended up being me by myself just doing music from then on.”Practically from that moment, Nykita says she knew music was her calling. She pursued it into her 20’s, when she landed her first solo hit track “Liberian Girl” and numerous live performances that have earned her a medal in her singing career.From 2013-2014 Nykita has earned a steady reputation as an extraordinary singer, and spoke with LIB Life about her start-up into neo-soul music, up to how far she has come.LIB Life: Did you grow up in a musical family?Nykita: What’s the heart of my talent is, I come from a very musical family. It goes all the way back to my maternal grandmother, Thelma Goll from Harrisburg. She was always a praying woman and we always had music around us. A lot of it was praise and hymns; Thursday nights we’d have prayer sessions where my family would just get together and sing harmonies and hymns. I think the foundation of my passion for music and expressing myself in that way came from her in that way. Both of my parents sang in church, or recreational choirs. My mom grew up in England; she would introduce me to the Beetles and different kinds of music. My father grew up here in Liberia and had that pan-African kind of thinking and he would tell me about Cape Verde, Morocco. I always had an eclectic amount of music around me from the time I was young. From the moment I can remember talking, there was music around me. I was talking and singing at the same time.LIB Life: You say you are a travel-holic, does that have anything to do with your love for music and having to tour around?Nykita: Travel is something that came by accident to my life, and for many people who were refugees by the Liberian experience, it’s kind of a similar situation for me. Since the age of three, I’ve been living between Liberia and America, and a lil’ sprinkle of Ivory Coast. There’s this passion in me to travel to learn about new cultures and customs and meet new people. Somewhere in the mist of my art in terms of writing, writing music and performing music, travel is a big part of finding that inspiration and being in different scenarios that make me want to say something in terms of the article that I write and the music that I sing.LIB Life: When did you start singing neo-soul music?Nykita: Neo-Soul is a type of music that many people don’t know about. While kind of playing around in all of those things, the group with my sisters and listening to my favorite artists, I stumbled across neo-Soul; I think it was Eryka Badu that kind of brought me into neo-Soul, and that’s because of my sister Tania who is the hip one (I perform with her around town, and she’s permanently here in Liberia). She introduced me to Eryka. It was something that felt like Anita but was kind of different. It was young, and fresh and still growing and developing and that’s how I fell into neo-Soul. I’m just attracted to Soul in general, a lot of people will say my music is soulful, I do a lot of genres of music, some very Reggae, a bit African, and R&B. But one element that remains the same is that its “soulful”. That’s what I love about neo-soul; you can’t interpret it.LIB Life: what is neo-Soul in your own expression?Nykita: I think it’s about honesty, vulnerability and expressing your feelings. It comes from the gut, that heavy singing that heavy tone, it comes from the emotion, and from the honesty in that emotion. That’s what I consider soulful: honest, vulnerable and passionate kind of singing. If you can put that element on any kind of track, it always reads through.LIB Life: Listening to your music, one of the first things that comes to mind is, you are probably one of the first neo-soul singers in Liberia, that’s awesome.Nykita: Many years ago when I was in Atlanta and very American standard, performing to get a record deal, it didn’t work out for me, it wasn’t a free environment that I could adjust to. I remember one of the producers I was working with at the time told me that for people like me it’s not a choice, it’s ingrained in me, it’s a part of who I am. It sounded ridiculous at the time, but now I get it. Doing music is not a choice for me, it’s something that is so natural. Music is one element of who I am. I’m a song writer and a writer of articles. At the essence of me I’m really a writer; songs are just one way that I express myself. I think if you build it, it will come. I think if people can see honest, quality music there will be a nature of Liberians who will be enthusiastic about it.LIB Life: Before I leave you, tell me a little about the challenges of being an artist.Nykita: When you are a creative person, it’s also hard to be a structured person. Finding that healthy balance between being creative and having that space and also being business minded, and being functional because you do have to eat; you can’t eat your songs. Finding ways to turn your passion into profit, in this new environment that I’m in, I’m still trying to figure out how to turn all of my passions into profit, and I think that is one of my challenges I’ve had here. We don’t have any major money that goes towards arts and recreation, fine arts and things like that, and culturally we don’t really respect it as much. I’m just really excited to be home, I’ve been back two years and now the possibilities seem endless.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Dear Editor,The Women’s Progressive Organisation (WPO) would like to congratulate Comrade Irfaan Ali on his selection as presidential candidate to lead the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to victory at the next General and Regional Elections.Irfaan Ali has more than 20 years of association with the PPP, having joined the Progressive Youth Organisation as a young man. He served the Party in different capacities and the PPP/C Government as Minister of Housing and Water/Trade and Tourism. Under his stewardship, Guyana achieved the Millennium Development Goals of providing potable water to more than 80 per cent of our people across the country. Further, Guyana reached the target of providing more than 100,000 families with house lots and turn-key houses through the creation of several new housing schemes.Irfaan Ali hails from a rural village on the West Coast of Demerara and his roots are firmly grounded in improving the conditions and livelihood of the working people of this country; while he will no doubt encourage growth and development through the Private Sector.The Women’s Progressive Organisation endorses Irfaan Ali’s selection as presidential candidate and pledges its support to ensure that the PPP is returned to office to address issues affecting women, children, the elderly, youths and the fired sugar workers and to make Guyana a country that is once again free from discrimination and victimisation.WPO has no doubt that Irfaan Ali will be the kind of President who will serve all the people of Guyana and will continue to develop Guyana as his predecessors of former PPP/C Government.Once again, congratulations and best wishes!Sincerely,Women’s ProgressiveOrganisation (WPO)
Dear Editor,I am a member of the Private Sector Commission (PSC) Council and a member of the Governance and Security Sub-Committee. I have been intimately involved in all of the press statements made by the Sub-Committee in relation to the passing of the No-confidence Motion in the National Assembly.I have, therefore, decided to write, expressing my growing concern at the repeated and totally specious attacks on the accuracy of the statements and on the credibility of the Commission by Rickford Burke. Burke resides safely in the USA and, of course, bears no responsibility for, nor does he suffer, the consequences in Guyana for anything he says or writes.I remember Burke – when I was a member of the Cabinet – as a young enthusiastic but radical extremist member of the People’s National Congress. Age, it seems, has neither tempered his extremism nor given him the wisdom of reason.In fact, our country faces extremely severe consequences as a result of our Government’s persistence in ignoring the constitutional requirement which followed the event of a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly on December 21, 2018.In fact, our President has placed his Government in a position of grievously violating the constitutional provisions of Articles 106 (6) and has signalled a similar intention with regard to Article 106 (7) to function outside of the country’s supreme law which he swore to uphold.I have had a long and valued friendship with David Granger before his election as President and I have continued to hold the highest regard and respect for him, but find his Government’s behaviour, with regard to the effect of the No-confidence Motion respecting his Cabinet and Government, unacceptable.The PSC, whose responsibility it is to speak for the stability and well-being of the business community and for the maintenance of the rule of law in the country, is perfectly within its mandate to defend and respect the Constitution. Equally, the PSC’s mandate is to insist on adherence to the Constitution and the rule of law by all of the political parties, whether in or out of government.The PSC’s statements hold no political partiality. They are strictly confined to fact. They embrace no brief for nor opposition to any political party. The Commission’s statements do, however, quite properly, confront the reality of the very serious economic, political and social consequences for Guyana arising from the Government ignoring the Constitution and behaving outside of the law.It is a fact that the no-confidence vote remains valid, as recognised by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Barton Scotland, and ruled on by the Chief Justice, Roxane George.It is a fact that Cabinet is resigned along with the President as head of the Cabinet as required by the Constitution and as was confirmed by the ruling of the Chief Justice.It is a fact that all Members of Parliament serving as Ministers who hold dual citizenship must now resign their portfolios and cease to function as Ministers, as, indeed, must all dual citizens currently in the National Assembly, from all the political parties, resign from being members of the Assembly.It is a fact that the President and his Ministers, excluding those of dual citizenship, remain in office until March 21, 2019, but may no longer function as a Cabinet and only until within the period mandated by the Constitution.It is a fact that Article 106 (7) of the Constitution requires elections to be held no later than March 21, 2019, unless a two thirds majority vote of the Assembly extends that date. It is a fact that this constitutional imposition is not delayed by any appeal filed against the ruling of the Chief Justice.It is a fact that the President and his Government, through the Attorney General, have the right to appeal the ruling of the High Court but, it is also a fact that the rulings of the High Court remain in place and active and that the President and Government must, by law, act as so ruled unless overruled by a higher court.It is a fact that GECOM, under the law, as is required by the Constitution, must be prepared to hold a General Election whenever it is due and specifically prescribed by the Constitution.It is a fact that GECOM, including the Chief Elections Officer, judged from their own public statements and those of the Government, have failed in their constitutional duty to prepare for the holding of elections by March 21, 2019.I have stated the facts conveyed in the press releases by the Private Sector Commission of January 31 and February 4, 2019. All, therefore, that the PSC has stated, is that the President and his Government must respect the Constitution and respect the law and that GECOM must observe, respect and act in accordance with the Constitution.Yours sincerely,Kit Nascimento
-submitted Four members of the Blizzard Bike Club competed in the National Cyclo cross Championships and Jim Horner UCI race this past weekend in Edmonton, along with 180 riders from across the country. Conditions were freezing cold with a light snow and moderate wind on the very technical course. A steep ramped scaffold bridge was the feature of the course, with riders going up the steep incline and then doing a hair raising decent immediately afterwards. The ‘cheese grate’ metal decking and some crashes made this feature interesting for the spectators. – Advertisement -Saturday’s National Championship results were: Pat Ferris 9th in Masters C, Blaine Richter (Grande Praire) was 8th in Masters ‘A’, and Colter Young was 12th in the ‘Under 23’ category. Stephen Ferris was out at the halfway point of the Elite race with frozen toes. Sunday’s Jim Horner results were Blaine Richter 4th in Masters A, only a few seconds from a bronze medal, and Pat Ferris was 7th in Masters C. Colter Young froze out of the Elite race.Overall it was the Rocky Mountain Bikes duo of Geoff Kabush and multi world Champion Alison Sydor who took the overall Men’s and Women’s Elite titles on both days.Advertisement Photo – Don’t let the picture fool you. It was cold in Edmonton as Pat Ferris winds his way around the Edmonton cyclo-cross course. Submitted Photo
“Don’t mention the VAR,” was a common refrain, while Brazilian media gleefully took their revenge for Brazil’s 7-1 humiliation by Germany at the last World Cup in 2014.“AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA…” read a tweet from Fox Sports Brasil that ran to 272 characters.In dramatic scenes in Kazan, Kim Young-gwon’s stoppage-time opener was ruled legitimate after intervention from the Video Assistant Referee, before Son Heung-min added the second goal minutes later.“Germany’s fastest exit from Russia since 1943,” posted one user, while another tweeted a picture of Germany towels reserving all the seats on an empty plane.Mexico fans were particularly delighted after South Korea’s last-gasp win allowed them to qualify for the last 16 behind Group F winners Sweden — while Germany finished rock bottom.Aeromexico offered a 20 percent discount on flights to South Korea, tweeting an image of a plane with doctored “AeroCorea” livery and the slogan, “We love you Korea!”Ryanair tweeted a picture of an unhappy Germany fan, offering “Loew fares” — a reference to German coach Joachim Loew.One joke in German showed a supermarket check-out assistant asking Loew, “Do you collect points?” with the coach answering, “No.”Meanwhile, England striker-turned-TV-presenter Gary Lineker revised his famous maxim that “Football is a simple game. Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans always win.”“Football is a simple game,” Lineker tweeted.“Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans no longer always win. Previous version is confined to history.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Germany made their earliest World Cup exit in 80 years. © AFP / Jewel SAMADMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Jun 28 – The internet turned cruel for Germany fans on Thursday as online mockery swept the globe following the defending champions’ shock World Cup elimination.A stream of memes and jokes flooded social media after a stunning 2-0 defeat to South Korea condemned Die Mannschaft to their earliest exit in 80 years.
Quinn’s bar was closed for two days by the HSE.Dublin bar Quinn’s, regularly frequented by Donegal GAA supporters on match-days was closed down by the health service executive for two days.Quinn’s pub which is located in Drumcondra, is a popular watering hole for the legions of Donegal fans that descend to Dublin every summer to see Donegal play at Croke Park.With games against Armagh, Dublin and Kerry this summer Donegal fans had plenty of trips to the capital, and Quinn’s was the No.1 bar for the majority of Donegal GAA fans prior to the match due to it’s proximity to Croke Park. It would then be the first stop after the match for Donegal GAA fans left thirsty after watching their sides pulsating games at Croker.However, the pub’s closure was one of twelve that was ordered by the Food Safety Authority Ireland in September under rules that deem there to be “a grave and immediate danger to public health”.The closure order was served on Quinn’s under food safety legislation on Monday 8 September, the day after the drawn All Ireland hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary. It was lifted two days later. BAR POPULAR WITH DONEGAL GAA FANS CLOSED BY HSE was last modified: October 8th, 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:closureCroke ParkdonegalGAAHSEnewsQuinn’s pub Drumcondra
It’s the art exhibition that gives EVERYTHING back to the artist!The 10th annual art exhibition will take place on the 1st floor at the Top filling Station, Gweedore Road, Dungloe.The gallery will open a unique exhibition featuring local artists on Saturday July 26th at 6.30pm, with a wine reception. The exhibition will continue until Sunday August 3th 2014 and will open daily from 11am until 5pm.As well as providing a platform for emerging Donegal artists to showcase their work and development, it also exhibits the best work from a number of principal artists who we have been working with us for many years now.Artists whose work will be exhibited include Gay O’ Toole, Heidi Nyguyen, Liz Doyle, Michelle Doherty, Kordula Ludwig, Martin Dorgan, Kate Doogan, Pat and Keith Makinson, Paul Sweeney, Paul Rush, Mary Ellen Bonner, Roz Sharkey, Deborah Melly, Peter Healey, Eilise O’ Hart, Mary Celine Boyle and Mary Mc Ginty to name but a few.What is unique about this art exhibition is that no commission is charged by Sharkey’s Service Station on works sold i.e. the artists keep 100% of the selling price of their works. This unique arrangement has been in place since the exhibitions started in 2005. This year is the 10th annual art exhibition to be held at Sharkey’s Service Station.The exhibition will feature over a100 works by local artists THE DONEGAL ART GALLERY THAT DOES NOT CHARGE COMMISSION IS OPEN AGAIN was last modified: July 24th, 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:art exhibitiondungloeTop Filling Station