In an effort to improve its delivery of service in 2018, the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) will be commissioning two new generators at Anna Regina in Region Two and at Bartica in Region Seven early in the New Year.Acting GPL CEO, Renford HomerGPL acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Renford Homer said new generators will be commissioned in Bartica and Anna Regina early next year, and new generations will also be commissioned in Canefield and East Bank Berbice (EBD) around September of 2018.“Even though we have received engines for Anna Regina and we expect to have engines for Bartica during the month of January, and we have started preparatory works at those locations, we will not be able to do that before the end of the year. But we have made provision, as far as generation is concerned, to again offer some comfort…to Barticians and some Essequibians along the coast,” he is quoted by the Department of Public Information as saying.Back in 2016, Bartica and Anna Regina had endured long episodes of power outage because multiple generators there had broken down unexpectedly. As a result, GPL had announced that four 1.7 MW generators were to be purchased – three for Anna Regina and one for Bartica. The Bartica and Anna Regina stations are managed exclusively by GPL.
2 years laterThe phone donated to the Charity Police StationThe Guyana Police Force (GPF) landlines in Charity, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) have been inoperable for the past two years, posing a great inconvenience to residents helpless in cases of emergencies.The Charity Police Station was lucky enough to be gifted a wireless desktop telephone just recently by its Station Management Committee and the business community.Reports can now be made via telephone through contact numbers 613-0573 and 672-0140.G Division (Essequibo Coast and Islands) Commander Khali Pareshram told <<
– as Police investigate suspected murder/suicide at WilliamsburgThe lifeless body of Indrawattie Totaram was discovered by a relative lying in a pool of blood on a bed in her Third Street, Williamsburg Corentyne home on Sunday at about 19:00h. There appeared to be several chop wounds about the body; while her husband, Krisha Latchman, was discovered hanging from a rafter in the same bedroom.Details are so far sketchy, but this publication understands that the discovery was made by a relative of the now dead woman after several calls to her cellular phone went unanswered.Guyana Times understands that the couple had lived together for several years; and while neighbours have reported that they did not hear any unusual sounds coming from the home, they confirmed that the couple would frequently go out and consume alcohol together.According to reports, after calls to the woman’s phone had gone unanswered, a relative visited the Williamsburg home where the gruesome discovery was made.The police were contacted, and an investigation has been launched. (More details in a follow-up report)
“To have a race car that goes down the race track four times, with the slowest of those passes being a 4.75, feels so good I can’t even describe it,” Scelzi said. “I don’t want to jinx myself, but usually when you go through qualifying like that you tend to have good Sundays. The exciting thing is we’re really not even going for low elapsed time, we’re just trying to get down the track each run.” Both men admitted they were caught up in the Funny Car drama involving John and Ashley Force. “Days like today make you stand up and watch,” Schumacher said. “I’m still a fan at heart and it was fun to watch every pass out there, especially in that last round. “I tell everyone that I’m just a big a fan of this stuff as they are. I really am. If you didn’t like watching that last session, I guess you don’t like drag racing.” CLASS IN SESSION Thanks to Joy Linehan’s second-grade class from Heritage Elementary in Phelan, word is out that Jack and Jenna Beckman are expecting their first child next month. The class, on a field trip to Pomona Raceway on Friday, gained the information during a question-and-answer session. Linehan, a sportsman drag racer, had asked the 18 students to prepare questions for the Beckmans, but the first was totally unscripted. “What a wonderful group,” said Beckman, who drives a Dodge for Don Schumacher Racing. “I tell you, you can’t mess up an interview with a second-grader. They’re curious, they’re great with the questions. They had some fairly technical ones, but they’re usually pretty easy to answer. “The kids had never been to a drag race. They knew their teacher raced and coming out here and seeing all the big cars I think made their teacher 10 feet taller in their eyes. So, it was a really neat experience.” Jack Beckman, a cancer survivor, said the pregnancy was a big surprise to the couple. “We don’t want to know if it’s a boy or a girl,” he said. “After going through the chemo I don’t care. I just want a healthy child.” BACK IN BUSINESS Jerry Toliver has done it once again. The Funny Car driver who introduced Mad magazine, World Wrestling Entertainment and Schick’s into drag racing, unveiled another first-time sponsor, Rockstar Energy Drink, for his return to the class after a two-year layoff. He hopes to have his Toyota on tour by March in Gainesville, Fla. Additionally, Toliver announced veteran tuner Dale Armstrong will serve as team manager/crew chief. “He’s been a mentor of mine,” Toliver said of Armstrong, who won five championships with Kenny Bernstein in the class. “He has given me a lot of confidence.” MANDELLA ELIMINATED Upland’s Tony Mandella was handed an early exit from the Winternationals. In his first start of the year, the 21-year-old was eliminated by Bernie Cunningham in round one of Stock eliminations. “He had a perfect light against me,” Mandella said, meaning that Cunningham left the starting line with a .000-second delay after seeing green. “When you get a perfect light, it’s one-sided from there.” Cunningham, whom Mandella called “a good friend,” was a tough draw in the first round. The 48-year-old Riverside resident is a nine-time NHRA national event champion for Valvoline Racing. Staff Writer J.P. Hoornstra contributed to this report. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! When both finished atop the Top Fuel dragster and Funny Car fields, respectively, the goal was achieved. Schumacher won his fifth No.1 at Pomona Raceway, and third in the Winternationals, with a run of 4.472 seconds at 331.36 mph. Scelzi saved the best for last, vaulting to the top Saturday with a pass of 4.692 at 333.49 on his fourth and final qualifying run. “Running four passes in a row like that is more impressive to me than being No. 1 qualifier,” said Schumacher, the U.S.Army-sponsored driver and the three-time defending champion. “We’ve had great moments here and we’d like to have another one tomorrow. It means a lot to leave the first race of the year with a win. “I’m already nervous about the first round; you can’t take anybody lightly.” Schumacher will face Joe Hartley, whose qualifying time of 4.795 made it the quickest Top Fuel field ever. “Our car is struggling down the track, a little sluggish,” Schumacher said. “It’s still moving around.” As opposed to Scelzi’s Dodge, which is just moving. POMONA – For Tony Schumacher and Gary Scelzi, teammates for Don Schumacher Racing, consistency was the goal during qualifying for the NHRA Winternationals. Photo Gallery: NHRA Winternationals, 02/10/07 Complete Coverage: Motor Sports
The much-gossiped-about sex allegation, in the book chapter with his purported response when Gibson asks “what you’re looking for,” weigh heavily on a grandfather worried about his family’s feelings even as he suppresses a fight-back instinct in the hope the story will die away. His legs hurt, from a nerve in his back and maybe because of his weight, which is why the one-time Brooklyn pitcher who will turn 80 Sept. 22 called a spring-training-long pause in his perpetual speaker’s tour. But at his emotional home, in the world of baseball and the Dodgertown complex he’s been coming to since 1949, he seems to feel as fulfilled as he’s been in the 10-plus years since he managed. Amazing how good a proud man can feel when he works with people who talk and listen to him. It wasn’t always this way as Lasorda went from manager to general manager to vice president to his current position – third on the front-office roster below Frank and Jamie McCourt – as “special advisor to the chairman”; as the ownership changed hands from Peter O’Malley to the Fox Group to the McCourts; as GM’s office spun from Kevin Malone to Dan Evans to Paul DePodesta to Ned Colletti. On a sunny Wednesday, he drove and talked, telling the rare Lasorda story that lacks a punch line. “When I retired (in 1996),” Lasorda said, “Peter O’Malley told everybody, ‘He’s going to be able to help each of you, in all departments. But I don’t want you to overload him.’ That was the thing: They were going to utilize my expertise. Then a new regime came in, and they never wanted to utilize my expertise. They never asked me about players or anything like that. I always felt that’s not my problem, that’s their problem. I’m here to help, and if they don’t (want it), fine. “Then McCourt came in. When he was in process of getting the club, he said he wanted to see me. I flew to Boston, and I’ll never forget it – I froze my ass off. He said, ‘If I get the club, I want you.’ I said, ‘Frank, you got me.’ Well, he brought this feeling back to me. He talked to me, and he listened to me. “Bob Daly was here five years (running the Dodgers for Fox), and never once did he ask me about a ballplayer. And listen to this: Prior to that I must have had lunch with him 20 times, and he asked me about every ballplayer you can think of. So when he came in (as owner), I thought, ‘This guy’s going to lean on me.’ (The GMs) were nice to me, but they didn’t take me as I wanted to be. “I don’t want to be hanging around here just because of who I am. I want to be here because I can help and I know the game and I work at it and I go see the minor leaguers. . . . It means an awful lot to me.” Lasorda stopped the golf cart at a field where pitchers took batting practice, called over Chad Billingsley and gave the 22-year-old his standard speech about how “talent that is used develops – talent that isn’t used wastes away.” Driving away, he turned the principle to his own post-managing career. “I have the ability to help,” Lasorda said. “I don’t want to see that waste away.” Lasorda’s immediate successors in the dugout, such as Bill Russell, failed to see how they could show him the respect he craved without allowing him to run a shadow managership. Jim Tracy figured it out. Lasorda thanks the McCourts, GM Ned Colletti, assistant GM for scouting Logan White and manager Grady Little for making him feel welcome again. He recounted a conversation with Colletti during the Dodgers’ winter promotional caravan. “Ned called me aside and said, ‘I went you in the meetings, I want your advice,’ ” Lasorda said. “I went home and said, ‘Jo (his wife), he made me feel great today.’ “ White says Lasorda has been “like the father I didn’t have.” White’s dad died when he was a kid. “He’s helped me with how to handle things, scouting or handling personnel,” said White, who values Lasorda’s advocacy for the organization’s scouts and his role the famous voice in congratulatory phone calls to draftees and their parents. “He’s been huge in signing players.” White added: “I don’t want to tout myself, but I think I was smart enough to know he’s a resource. Why wouldn’t you?” Maybe the Babydol Gibson headlines were sent from out of the blue to force us to consider the complexities behind the cartoon image of Santa Claus Tommy. He’s still boisterous but can be seen nodding off as he watches games. One thing the McCourt regime has done for him is to keep an employee with Lasorda in every public moment. He’s a Hall of Famer (pleased to be told this week he’s the only Hall of Fame manager who was a pitcher), yet he hungers for the approval of the less-decorated members of the front office. Asked why, he said, “That is something I don’t know.” And he’s fiercely protective of his reputation, even though it’s probably damaged less than he thinks by the Babydol Gibson claim. In the hour or so I was with him Wednesday, none of the dozens of fans he encountered made any mention of that tempest. I asked if he’d be satisfied if people said: He may or may not have done it. Nobody ever said he was a saint. It’s a private matter for him and his family. Leave Tommy alone. “I don’t want them to say that,” Lasorda said. “I want them to say, ‘I know Tommy, and he wouldn’t do that.’ “ Indeed, he said he’s happy in his work again. Maybe this isn’t worth writing a book about, but amid last week’s tumult it’s worth his fans knowing that he seems to have attained the most important thing he’s been looking for. “When I left (managing), this was the way it was supposed to be,” Tom Lasorda said. “I don’t know what word I can use. (Frank McCourt) gave me my credibility back.” Kevin Modesti is a columnist for the L.A. Daily News, a sister paper of the Press-Telegram. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Put that in your dirty book, Babydol. “Respect, that’s a good word (for it),” Lasorda said one morning this week, describing his quest of the past decade. Lasorda spoke while steering a golf cart among the practice diamonds and gathering spots of Dodgertown, braking only about 400 times during our ride-along interview to sign autographs, pose for pictures, greet old friends, coo to little babies and exhort young ballplayers. I’d hopped aboard to find out how the Dodgers’ Hall of Fame ex-manager and eternal icon is doing since last week, when he was forced to deny the nasty innuendo in a kiss (and more)-and-tell memoir by self-described Hollywood Super Madam Jody “Babydol” Gibson. The answer is a mix of the obvious, inevitable and – for Lasorda’s many fans – gratifying. Credibility. Respect. VERO BEACH, Fla. – Now let’s talk about what Tom Lasorda is really looking for. Appreciation.
The School Board was receptive of Parson’s comments, and thanked the parents of the school for organizing this.“We’ve been trying on many fronts, and continue to do that,” said Trustee Jaret Thompson.The biggest funding announcement recently from the Ministry of Education, regarding this district, was the announcement of a brand-new school. “We are somewhat reassured that the school board trustees consider Central school safe, but we are still waiting for recent inspection information to confirm that.”Ecole Central School is over 70 years old, and the staff and students have been in what Parsons calls a ‘decade-long state of limbo’ waiting for the Ministry of Education to develop a plan for a replacement school — which has topped the Capital Budget of the School District each year recently.“It stands to reason, it would not be number one if the condition of the school didn’t warrant it.”In this district, other elementary schools have received funding for upgrades, and Parsons acknowledges the school’s current building isn’t a practical choice to receives millions of dollars worth of upgrades.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Frustrated parents and guardians of Ecole Central School students sent the School District 60 Board of Trustees 101 signed letters in total, regarding the state of the school’s aged building.Their request is for the Provincial government to allocate funds for a new school to be built — sooner rather than later.The school’s PAC president, Sarah Parsons, presented the message to the board on Monday night.- Advertisement -“As you are well aware, there are a number of significant issues regarding the building and school site,” she started, and began to list the faults of the current school’s building.She says the top floor of the school is not wheelchair accessible, the basement floods, the roof leaks, it has poor insulation and overheats, the gym floor is buckled, the electrical system is ‘overloaded, outdated and inadequate,’ has improper drainage, and the school likely contains asbestos that could be harmful.“Obviously these issues could have serious impacts on the health and safety of our students, teachers and staff,” she said.Advertisement
0Shares0000Gor Mahia beat Bandari 3-1 to open 11 point KPL lead. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 30 – League leaders Gor Mahia registered a 3-1 victory over Bandari to extend an 11-point lead at the top of the Kenyan Premier League table.Francis Kahata scored the opener in the 39th minute, before Meddie Kagere doubled the lead in the 57th minute then defender Wellington Ochieng completed the rout in the 70th minute. In other result, Western Stima picked a point from Nzoia Sugar after holding them to a goalless draw at the Sudi Stadium in Bungoma.Gor are sitting comfortably in the 16 log standings on 51 points ahead of Kakamega Homeboyz who are second on 40 points while Ulinzi Stars round off the top three in the standings on 38 points.At the bottom three are Muhoroni Youth who are trailing the table on 19 points, followed by Thika United who are 15th on 20 points while Mathare United are just above the relegation on 21 points.At the Moi Kisumu Stadium, Jacques Tuyisenge could have sent Gor ahead at the quarter hour mark but his goal was ruled off side but that did not matter because minutes later attacking midfielder Francis Kahata fired home from a Wellington Ochieng cut back to break the deadlock.K’Ogalo, who are on track to reclaim the league title found the second goal when Kagere intercepted Felly Mulumba’s miss-pass to strike past Bandari shot-stopper Joseph Okoth for a 2-0.Kahata returned the favour in the 69th minute when he set up Ochieng who headed home from the midfielder’s well floated corner kick.Gor continued pilling pressure in search for more goals but the Dockers opted to save face by defending deeply in the closing stages of the game and as a result, Michael Apudo gave them a consolation goal after connecting to an Abdallah Hassan pass.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Louis van Gaal will not bring inspire Manchester United to Premier League title glory in his debut season, according to QPR boss Harry Redknapp.The new Red Devils manager held his first press conference on Thursday and revealed he would not make any new signings until he had fully assessed his current squad over the next four weeks.The Dutchman wants to win the title in his debut season at Old Trafford but Redknapp cannot see that happening without ‘four fantastic players’ arriving in addition to the signings of Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera.“Van Gaal’s got a good track record but they need players,” he told the Sports Bar.“He needs to bring four or five players in at least to get them back to where they were under Alex [Ferguson], where they were winning championships because they look well short of that at the moment.“Certainly at this stage you wouldn’t want to bet on them winning the league next year. I wouldn’t see them winning it next year unless he suddenly pull three or four fantastic players out of the hat.”Redknapp pointed to the strength of title rivals, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal as evidence that United will struggle to immediately reach the top again after David Moyes’ disastrous reign.“I wouldn’t see them being as strong as Chelsea or Man City,” he added. “I think Arsenal have made a great signing [in Alexis Sanchez] so they could get a lot closer next year.“It’s quite open. I would love to see Liverpool have another great season but they’ve lost an incredible player [in Luis Suarez], he’s irreplaceable really.”
The Terry Casey Memorial took place last Saturday the 12th of July.The morning 18 holes took place over the Sandy Hills Links with the top 12 players qualifying for an additional nine holes over the Valley that evening. The winner with a 27 hole aggregate of 57 pts was Johnny Connor (23).The runner up was Edward McGroddy (10) with 56 pts bot.The gross prize was won by Seamus Connor (5) with 46 gross pts.Third place was Mick Gallagher Jnr (7) with 56 pts. Two’s – Peter Smyth, Johnny Connor 29euro each.Many thanks to the Casey Family who sponsored the first prize.The Eammon McClafferty, Downings/London sponsored club competition on Sunday the 13th of July was won by Martin McDermott (5) who returned a superb 2 under Par 69 for a nett 64.The runner up was David Forbes (8) with 70 nett & third place was Kieran McGee (13) with 71 nett botTwo’s – Martin McDermott 36euro.The Friday nine hole stroke on the 11th was won by Tommy Ferguson with 33 nett bot. The Catherwood Cup Open Mixed Foursomes sponsored by Donal Boyle is scheduled for this coming Saturday the 19th and will be played over the Old Tom Morris Links.There will be a club competition on Sunday 20th also over the Old Tom Morris Links.The Ulster Cup team hosted Foyle G.Cat home on Sunday the 13th. After an impressive awayperformance where they claimed 3matches from 7 the home team wona total of 6.5 matches on Sunday tomake it comfortably into the Ulsterquarter final where they will meeteither Cloverhill or Ballyliffin.Well done to team captain DenisHarkin and to his panel of players.The Rosapenna Irish Junior Cup teamwill play Warrenpoint in the Ulsterquarter final at Castlehume Golf Club.The match is scheduled for this Sundaythe 20th and the first pairing willtee off at 5.00pm.Congratulations to the Rosapenna Over 50’s team whotravelled to Letterkenny G.C last Thursday nightand won the two matches required to advance to thecounty semi final where they will face Ballyliffin withthe away leg to be played first.The Rosapenna Junior League team travelledto Buncrana last Friday the 11th and were unfortunatelyunable to overturn the 4-3 defeat from thehome leg. Many thanks to the team captainSeamus Connor and to all the players fortheir effort and commitment this season.Good luck to the Rosapenna Mixed Foursomes teamwho face Cairndhu G.C at the Roe Park GolfResort this Wednesday July 16th at 5.00pm in theUlster quarter final.Best wishes to the Rosapenna Barton Shield team whoplay North-West G.C in Ballyliffin, GlashedyLinks on Sunday in the last 16 in Ulster.The winners will play either Foyle or Ballyliffinthat afternoon for a place in the Ulster semi finals.The Rosapenna Donegal Leagueteam will play Letterkenny G.C away onThursday the 24th at 4.00pm.The first leg ended 3-2 (6 holes up) to Rosapenna.Best of luck to Joe McHugh & his panelof players.On Saturday the 26th the Generations Cup,presented by Mary Devlin will be played forover the Old Tom Morris Links.The format is one adult & one junior playinggreensomes.All quarter finals of the 2104 Michael BonnerSingles Matchplay must be completed byMonday the 4th of August.The semi finals of the Doubles Matchplaymust be completed by Monday July 28th.All players are encouraged to make contact asearly as possible for each round so that all tiescan be played within the specified time.The third & final instalment of the 2014 stagedpayment plan for golf fees was due on July 1stand must be paid in full before Monday July 21st.The Rosapenna Irish Senior Cup team have reached the Ulster semi final for the third year in a row.On Sunday August 17th the Rosapenna team will face Cairndhu G.C at Royal Portrush Golf Club over the Dunluce Links.The other semi final is made up of Dunmurray & Banbridge.The Ulster final will take place that afternoon over the famed Dunluce Links.The Pavilion Golf Shop sponsored Leitrim Cup will be played over the August Bank Holiday weekend, Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd & Monday the 4th of August.All tee times are bookable via the Pavilion Golf Shop on 074-915-5000.The Rosapenna Golf Resort OPEN WEEK will begin onFriday the 8th of August. Time-sheets will be available fromFriday August 1st in the Pavilion Golf Shop.Any uncollected club prizes from the recent presentation are available for collection from the Pavilion Golf Shop during opening hours.GOLF NEWS: JOHNNY CONNOR WINS THE TERRY CASEY MEMORIAL AT ROSAPENNA was last modified: July 15th, 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:golfNoticesROSAPENNASport
Kilcar GAA News:There were no senior or reserve matches this weekend. Well done to our Under 14s on winning the Division 2 Divisional final the final score was Cill Chartha 6-08 Namoh Mhuire 0-10 while our Under 12s won the shield beating Naomh Brid 3-11 to -0-04 well done to all involved. The Minor Board organised a Club outing on Saturday 27th June to Clones to watch the Ulster Semi Finals, bringing the U14 Team and the U12 Team. There were 30 children in total, with 6 adults for supervision, mainly made up of their Management Teams. A great day was had by all, the children were extremely well behaved and did their Club and parents proud. Our minors defeated Naomh Ultan 4-12 to 2-07 the second leg is this Monday in Dunkineely. Ulster Final TicketsNames will be taken for Ulster Final tickets in Towney from 9-10pm this Monday (6th July)Sliabh a ‘Liag Dyslexia WorkshopSliabh a ‘Liag Dyslexia Workshop are organising Dyslexia Specific Training for Teachers. This training course is scheduled for July 21st, 22nd & 23rd in An Fiontarlann, Ballymoon, Kilcar, will be delivered by The Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) with certification awarded upon successful completion. In addition to gaining an understanding of what Dyslexia is, how it can be identified and how it can be supported this training will not only enhance your teaching skills in the classroom but will also equip you to provide out-of-school tuition to young people living with Dyslexia in the Glencolmcille/Kilcar/Killybegs area, organised by Sliabh a ‘Liag Dyslexia Workshop from September 2015.If you are interested in undertaking this training and or would like more information on the hourly rate paid to teachers delivering out-of-school support please contact: Yvonne: 086-6064425 /email@example.com or Dee: firstname.lastname@example.orgClub AppWe have 180 members signed up to our FREE mobile app if you would like to sign up just follow these steps to download your free team App for CLG Chill Chartha.1. On your phone or iPad go to the app store 2. Search for Team App 3. Install Team App to your phone 4. Search for CLG Chill Chartha 5. Log in and register for the CLG Chill Chartha Club app. 6. You will receive an email notification when you are added you to the system. LottoThere was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot so next week’s Jackpot is €3,700 this week’s numbers were: 7, 9, 13 and 23 winners were: €50 Mary Molloy (Glen) €30 Donal Doherty (Bogagh) and €20 Celia O’Donnell (Main Street). Lotto Plus numbers 1, 8, 26 and 28 there was no winner.BingoClub Bingo winners were €150 Ann Marie Campbell, €140 Brid Kennedy, Annie Deane, €80 Marie Gallagher, Margaret McShane €70 Mary Diver, Eileen Cunnea, Carmel Ellis and Tracey Byrne. The Jackpot on Sunday is €4,900 on 45 numbers. We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Francie McCloskey, Curris , Kitty McBrearty, Cashlings and John McCahill Galway/Kilcar who sadly passed away recently. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.For the latest news visit our website www.clgchillchartha.com you can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter at facebook.com/CillCharthaGAA and @KilcarGAAGAA NEWS: KILCAR U14’S WIN DIVISIONAL FINAL AGAINST NAOMH MUIRE was last modified: July 6th, 2015 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:GAAkilcarNoticesSport