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By KATHRYN BERMINGHAM ONE-HUNDRED handmade quilts will adorn the walls of the Kooweerup Community Centre later this month at a…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
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Pearse Stadium16:30Rahoon-Newcastle Moycullen 30-04-2017 (Sun) Round 3 Kenny Park16:00Castlegar Killimordaly Referee: Peter Murphy Sylane19:00Sylane Round 2 Kilnadeema Pitch12:00Kilnadeema-Leitrim Kenny Park16:30Mullagh Meelick-Eyrecourt Kenny Park15:00Turloughmore McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 V V V St Thomas V Ballinasloe16:00Clarinbridge V Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 1 McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2 Senior Hurling League Group 2 Michael Cusacks16:00Michael Cusacks Round 7 Round 3 Referee: Darragh Kelly Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Referee: David Dillon Castlegar Round 2 Round 4 V Kenny Park16:30Loughrea Referee: David Cunningham Referee: Richard Mc Nicholas Kilconieron12:00Kilconieron print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email V Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 2 06-05-2017 (Sat) Ardrahan16:00Ardrahan Sarsfields Ballinasloe18:00Ahascragh/Fohenagh Round 4 Round 2 Kenny Park18:00Beagh Referee: Michael Conway Intermediate Hurling League V Annaghdown Liam Mellows Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 V V Round 6 V V Loughrea Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Kilbeacanty Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Ballinderreen16:00Ballinderreen Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Kilnadeema-Leitrim Portumna Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Round 4 Kiltormer Meelick-Eyrecourt12:00Meelick-Eyrecourt Referee: Leonard Fay Referee: Gerry Donoghue Loughrea13:30Portumna Pearse Stadium18:00Abbeyknockmoy Tommy Larkins McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 V Pier Head Minor B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Round 2 Round 5 Craughwell Referee: Ronan Stankard Loughrea18:00Ballinderreen An Spidéal Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 2 Ardrahan Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 Round 1 Padraig Pearses GAA Ground16:00Pádraig Pearses Oranmore-Maree Ballinasloe12:00Castlegar Referee: John Keane Referee: James Hoade Round 2 Round 4 Referee: Vincent Burke V Cappataggle16:00Cappataggle Killimor Referee: Peter Campbell Abbeyknockmoy V V V St Thomas Round 1 Referee: John Mc Donagh Round 2 Round 4 Round 2 Skehana-Mountbellew/Moylough McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 2 Turloughmore Baile Doite Pitch & Clubhouse16:00Moycullen Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 16:00Ahascragh/Fohenagh Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Craughwell Referee: Paul Fahy Referee: Conor Quinlan Referee: Kevin Egan Páirc an Chnoic16:00Mícheál Breathnach V Loughrea16:30Annaghdown V Round 4 Beagh V Portumna V Killimor12:00Killimor Round 4 Referee: Christopher Browne Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 Gullane’s Hotel Junior Hurling League Group 1 V Kinvara Ballinasloe16:30St Thomas Round 4 V Loughrea12:00Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Carnmore Kenny Park18:00Gort Round 2 Pádraig Pearses Referee: Derek Kelly Ballinasloe (Club Grounds)16:00Ballinasloe Kenny Park13:30Carnmore V V Round 6 Referee: Ger O Connor Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Referee: James Lundon Ballinasloe18:00Tommy Larkins Bullaun16:00Sarsfields Ballinasloe17:30Athenry V V V V 05-05-2017 (Fri) Round 1 V V Rahoon-Newcastle V Referee: Christopher Browne Barna16:00Cois Fharraige Pier Head Minor C Hurling Championship Kinvara V Killimor V V Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Bullaun12:00Sarsfields Ballinasloe19:00Meelick-Eyrecourt Castlegar Round 4 V Ballinasloe16:30Kiltormer V 01-05-2017 (Mon) Carnmore18:00Clarinbridge Round 2 V 07-05-2017 (Sun) Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Senior Hurling League Group 2 Intermediate Hurling League Cappataggle Loughrea12:00Loughrea Oranmore-Maree Killimordaly16:00Killimordaly Gort GAA Grounds16:00Gort Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 3 Kenny Park12:00Meelick-Eyrecourt McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2 Clarinbridge Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 V Round 4 Round 2 Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Kilbeacanty Referee: Eoin Shaughnessy V Kilnadeema-Leitrim V Liam Mellows Round 2 V V Mullagh/Kiltormer Senior Hurling League Group 1 Referee: Derek Kelly Salthill-Knocknacarra Pier Head Minor B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 5
Galway LGFA Game for this weekend 1/2/3rd September U14 Finals Junior A CupTuam/Cortoon vs. Mountbellew/Moylough Sat. 2nd Sept in Skehana 7pm Ref. Sean LyonsNA Leitir Mor vs. St. Mary’s Sat. 2nd Sept in Cappagh 7pm. Ref. Maura Conneally Junior BKilkerrin/Clonberne B vs. Claregalway B Sat. 2nd Sept. in Skehana 11.30am Ref. John MartinSt. Furseys vs. Salthill Knocknacarra Tuesday 5th September Ref. TBC Senior BClonbur vs. Annaghadown – PostponedGlenamaddy/Williamstown vs. Caltra – Postponed Junior C Round Robin gamesCarna Caiseal vs. Annaghadown B Sat. 2nd Sept in Carna 1.30pm Ref. Joe Joe McDonaghNa Piarsaigh vs. Naomh Mhuire Sat. 2nd Sept in Rosmuc 12noon. Ref Katie Kilbaneprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Div. 1A Cup Final Claregalway vs. Corofin – Fri 1st Sept. in Lakeview 6.30pm. Ref Tom BrowneDiv. 1A Shield Final Kilkerrin/Clonberne vs. Killannin – Sat 2nd Sept in Lakeview. 4.00pm Ref. John O’DonovanDiv. 1B Shield Final Grainne Mhaols vs. Caltra – postponedDiv. 2B Cup Final Loughrea vs. Monivea Abbey – Fri 1st Sept. in Monivea. 7pm Ref. JohnTreacyDiv. 3A Cup Final Ballinasloe vs. Annaghadown – Sat. 2nd Sept in Mountbellew 4pm Ref. DavidBreslinDiv. 3A Shield Final Menlough/Skehana vs. St. Gabriels Fri 1st Sept in Skehana 6.30pm Ref Gerry MooreDiv. 4B Cup Final NA Leitir Mor vs. Oughterard – Sat. 2nd Sept in Furbo 6pm Ref. Mike BurkeDiv. 4B Shield Final Carna-Caiseal vs. Clonbur – Sat. 2nd Sept. in Oughterard 3.30pm Ref. Paul Gannon Adult Semi FinalsSenior A:Claregalway vs. Corofin Sat. 2nd Sept. in Annaghadown 6.30pm. Ref. John DevlinKilkerrin/Clonberne vs. Dunmore Fri 1st Sept. in Clonberne 8.30pm Ref. Shane Curley Junior A ShieldGrainne Mhaols vs. Glinsk Sat. 2nd Sept in Westside 7pm. Ref. Tom BrowneKillannin vs. Caherlistrane Sat. 2nd Sept. in Venue and Referee TBC Intermediate AMoycullen vs. St. Brendan’s Sat 2nd Sept in Lakeview 12noon Ref. Maura ConneallyBarna vs. Menlough/Skehana Sat. 2nd Sept in Mountbellew 7pm. Ref. DavidBreslin
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Over the past week, Club 704 has been causing some damage to its foundation with several high quality parties featuring several regional artistes and to close off another successful year, the club is making sure its fans enjoy themselves to the maximum.As such, to end the year on a high note, Jamaican dancehall artiste Aidonia will be in the house and will definitely set the stage on fire with his hits.Sheldon Lawrence, more popularly known as “Aidonia” is a musician and also the head of the musical partnership “J.O.P.”, which has a contract under The Alliance label. He became active in early 2004, and has released albums on the record labels, VP Records and Jag One Productions.It all started back in 1993 after watching a clash between Beenie Man and his icon Bounty Killer. Aidonia decided to become a deejay.He began re-enacting the clash for classmates and friends, writing his own lyrics and formed the JAG1 crew with friends. He has since launched several albums under the J.O.P partnership.In the latter part of 2004, Aidonia was approached by Cordell “Skatta”‘ Burrell who invited him to record at his studio. Two months later, Aidonia had his first hit – the song “Lolly” which was done on Skatta’s Irish Dance riddim. In October 2005, “Lolly” was included on VP Records’ annual “Strictly The Best” compilation.In 2011, the artiste pushed forward his J.O.P members – Deablo, Shokryme, Jayds, Tanso, and Size 10. The group has had a few hit collaborations such as “All 14”, and “Run Road”. Some of his hit songs to date include “Yeah Yeah”, “IG Girls”, Hot Tool”, “Nun Boring Gyal” and others.However, the event titled “Ignite” will also feature Remar, an upcoming dancehall artiste. Music for the night will be juggled by Deejay Gully Ras, Selector Diamond and Deejay Tallest.Door to the event opens at 21:00h.
Dear Editor,With the upcoming Mash season and its importance to the viability of the economy, no time must be wasted in putting a stop to the crime wave taking place. If not properly nipped in the bud, it will damage the livelihoods of many small businesses and their communities, as Mash season is extremely important to the income of many families and sets the tone for the economy throughout the year.It’s time for the Police to have a strong presence on the roads as well as the implementation of checkpoints by both the Police and the military. No opportunities to manoeuvre or room for escape should be allowed these criminals. They are showing an utter lack of concern for the power of the justice system and the strength of the Police and military in this country. It’s time for zero tolerance for these offenders. His Excellency is a pillar in the armed forces and these criminals should feel the heavy hand of justice upon them as soon as possible. All deportees should be rounded up and made to check in with the relevant authorities as well as those on parole as required by the court. No further gaps in follow up with criminal elements should be tolerated and the strength of public involvement should be encouraged even more. The country is too small for these criminals to be able to get away with such heinous acts for that long of a time.Best regards,Jamil Changlee
Innovative IT Solutions (IITS) on Tuesday donated a printer and a laptop bag to a University of Guyana student and has promised to support him throughout his academic journey.The presentation was made to Wenston Mingo by company representative Pravesh Rajcoomar, at the company’s Lot 316 East Street, Georgetown head office.IITS, a company specialising in computer repairs, security cameras, point of sale and networking, recently opened its doors to the public and has pledged to assist those in need in whatever way it can.Following Mingo’s story, which was highlighted by the Mark Benschop Foundation, the management of the computer store decided to chip in to assist the 17-year-old who was selling bottled water on the pavement even though he excelled at his Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.After his photo was posted, Metro Office and Computer Supplies offered the young man a job. He then gained employment as a student at the University of Guyana with the assistance of the management and staff of the document centre. He is now pursuing studies in business at the university.“This is a young man who is ambitious and we are committed to helping those kinds of persons. He has shown that no matter what the circumstances are, he will work towards his goals to becoming successful and we are happy to help him in his journey,” IITS’s management said.During an interview, the youngster expressed his gratitude to the persons who have helped him thus far.“I am very grateful to these persons because I don’t have to buy all these things,” he said, while adding that his faith in humanity has been restored. “It is amazing to see so many persons coming forward to assist me, some of whom I have never seen before.”Mingo explained that he was forced to sell bottled water after he failed to secure a job. His plan was to save a little money daily and then register to start his studies.
− severed his ex-girlfriend’s handThe accused in the Number 70 Village Christmas Eve chopping incident made an appearance at the Springlands Magistrate’s Court on Monday, and was refused bail.Accused: Shamar Mohamed AliShamar Mohamed Ali, also known as “Crab Man”, 44, a taxi driver of Number 70 Village and also of Angoy’s Avenue, New Amsterdam, was slapped with two counts of attempted murder and one assault charge.It is alleged that on December 24, at Number 70 Village, Corentyne, he attempted to murder Bhartie Udho, 23. It is also alleged that on the same day the accused attempted to murder her mother, Amika Udho, 42. Ali was not required to plead to the charges.A third charge stated that on Christmas Eve, he assaulted Alexis Udho. He pleaded not guilty to that charge.Police Prosecutor, Inspector Bernard Browne told the court that the accused was on the run since committing the act, and as such should not be granted bail. Browne told the court that Ali escaped when the Police went to arrest him.The man’s Attorney, Chandra Sohan, argued that Ali did not know the Police were after him, and he went to work in the Canje River and was not in hiding.Asked whether he saw news releases which indicated that the Police were on the hunt for him, Ali said he did not know how to read and did not watch television. When asked about notices on social media, he told the court that he did not have a cellular phone.Browne refuted Sohan’s claims that both victims were out of hospital, and pointed to information which indicated that the victims were not yet out of danger.Magistrate Rabindranauth Singh refused bail and instructed that Ali returned to court on January 26 when the Police were expected to present a report on their readiness to commence the trial.On Christmas Eve night, Bhartie Udho, and her mother Amika, along with three other family members, had left home to go to Corriverton for a Christmas Eve walk when the accused attacked the two, houses away from their home with a cutlass. Bhartie and the accused allegedly shared a relationship.The accused’s wife, Nalline Devi Paresar, 39, told <<