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first_img 19 teams for Portmore/ stay on top with win G.C. Foster student Daniel Glave and Megan Thompson of Holmwood Technical were the winners of the inaugural Mid-Island 5K Run/Walk held at Kirkvine last Sunday. Glave, a past student of Holmwood Technical and who had earlier won the Church Teachers College 5K in Mandeville, held off the challenges of Oshane Archibald and Shakile Onfroy to win the male category. Thompson, a student at Holmwood Technical, won the female category ahead of Samantha Pryce and Anniesha Lawerence. In the 5K walk event, Natasha McKenzie, a teacher at Holmwood, finished second overall and took the female title by a huge margin. The Mid-Island 5K is the latest addition to a string of road races now being organised in the Mandeville region. Sports administrator Pat Anderson was honoured by the organisers and a presentation was made to him by Olympian and Atlanta 1996 400m hurdles gold medalist Dion Hemmings-McCatty. Super League St Catherine Domino League All set for Cumberland Southborough showed resilience as they came from a goal down to earn a 2-1 win over Edgewater and stay atop the standings with 10 points from four games in the York Pharmacy-sponsored Portmore Division Two Football League last Sunday. Rudo Bright and Rushane Lawson (penalty) scored for Southborough. However, Edgewater bounced back in emphatic style, and stayed close in the race of the top spot in the league as last Thursday they whipped Daytona 4-1 to jump to nine points from four games. In other games last Sunday, Racing United defeated Three West 3-1, while Cumberland drew 0-0 with Westchester. Holmwood based Mid-Island 5K Ricam successfully defended their Brumalia House/Manchester Football Association KO title after outlasting Hillstars 2-1 in the final played at Brooks Park Complex on Thursday. Ricam had to secure their title the hard way after being forced to come from behind. Thorn Simpson netted in the 27th minute to give Hillstars a 1-0 lead, but the champions came back forcefully in the game through their prolific striker Romario Rochester, who scored the first of his two goals in the 37th minute. With the half ending 1-1, Rochester got his second three minutes after the resumption. The final marked a historic milestone for sponsors Brumalia House Hardware. It marked their 20th year of association with the Manchester Football Association. The Jamaica Domino Federation’s Portmore/St Catherine League will begin on January 15 with at least 19 teams confirmed. This was disclosed at the launch of the league last Sunday at the Garveymeade Sports Club. The City of Kingston Cooperative Credit Union have been confirmed as part sponsors of the upcoming League. Ken’s Wildflower Domino Club defeated an All-Stars team 200-198 during an exhibition match which was a feature of the launch. Sporting Centralcenter_img Ricam defend Braeton All Stars got the better of the number-one ranked Waterhouse United, 300-293, in quarter-final action of the Jamaica Domino Council Association’s Premier League recently. In other quarter-final games Caribbean Classic Classic defeated Giants 300-283; Spit Fyah burnt Right Stuff 300-283 and Bull Bay United eliminated Exceptional 300-265. Former National Premier League campaigners Sporting Central Academy have taken over the lead in the South Central Confed Super League following a 5-0 demolition of Clarendon parishmates Kemps Hill last weekend. Sporting Central’s (seven points) lead on goal difference after three rounds. The St Elizabeth duo of Black Star and St Bess FC as well as Tru-Juice of St Catherine are also on seven points. The leaders after two rounds, Hollands Police Youth Club (PYC) of St Elizabeth, were beaten at home by visiting Tru-Juice. In fact, it was a weekend of home teams being beaten as Dunbeholden of St Catherine went down 1-2 to St Bess, Hillstars lost 1-2 to Manchester parish mates Ricam, and Clarendon’s New Bowens were blown away 0-3 by Black Star. Kick Off Fun Day All is set for the Cumberland New Testament Church of God Kick Off Fun Day on Tuesday, Boxing Day. The tournament features an all-day six-a-side football tournament, where the winners are guaranteed $50,000 as prize money. The Fun Day is open to communities surrounding the Cumberland and the Ritches to Spaldings area in North Clarendon. It is back after being inactive for a number of years. The registration fee is $2,000, and teams have been asked to confirm their participation before Tuesday by contacting the church representatives at 871-7974 or 336-8633. lead South Central Waterhouse booted by Braeton All Stars Southborough Manchester KO title athletes dominatelast_img read more

Classical music returns to Lettermacaward this Saturday

first_imgBEAUTIFUL classical music returns to Lettermacaward this Saturday.For the past two years there has been overwhelming support for the classical concerts held in the picturesque Church of Ireland in Lettermacaward.“We are therefore very proud to announce a third concert featuring the Donegal Chamber Orchestra, directed by Victor Yelamo,” said a spokeswoman for the Gweebarra Community Association. “With music by Bizet, Massenet, Piazolla and many more, the orchestra, with string players of all ages and from across the county, will enchant you. You will be transported into the magical world of classical music. We can promise you an hour of wonderful music, some you will know, other pieces may be new to you.”This Saturday’s concert (May 26) starts at 8pm.Donegal Chamber Orchestra was founded in 2006 by Hungarian violinist Orsolya Szabo-Yelamo and Spanish cellist Victor Yelamo.Light refreshments will be served at Elliott’s Lounge after the concert where light refreshments will be served. Admission at the door is €10. For further information please contact Angela on 07495 44341/0862727502 or Carolyn on 07495 44823/0877873415. Classical music returns to Lettermacaward this Saturday was last modified: May 22nd, 2018 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:Church of Irelanddonegal chamber orchestraLettermacawardlast_img read more