Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews Men’s Forum to be held in Warner by: – March 14, 2019 Share Share 164 Views no discussions Tweet Dr. Damien Dublin (file photo)A self-elevation forum for men organized by Dr Damien Dublin, will be facilitated at the Warner Primary school this evening.The forum is carded for today, Mar. 14, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Warner Primary School.According to Resource Person from the Mahaut Constituency, Dr Damien Dublin this forum was prompted by a group of concerned Warner residents who requested his intervention in the development of the young men in the Warner village.The forum was described as a networking and interactive session as there will be one on one discussions between panelists and the participants at this forum.At this forum, the Parliamentary Representative for the Mahaut Constituency, Hon Rayburn Blackmoore, President of the National Youth Council, Paul Baron, among others are expected to discuss ways to self-develop positively with the young men in Warner.Dr Dublin encourages the men of Warner to attend this event as it will be of significant benefit to them.
The Berbice Volleyball Association male, female and novices beach competitions will get underway today at the Number 63 beach and not yesterday as was previously reported. Sponsored by the renowned Ramesh Sunich of the popular Trophy Stall Establishment, the competitions have attracted volleyball players from Orealla to Mahaicony and play is scheduled to get underway from 10am.The tournament which will be contested in the handicap format, will be used to select the top male and female pairs to represent Berbice in a beach volleyball tournament set for French Guiana later this year.
12 May 2017, 17:28 Tags: The Irish Show Jumping team, sponsored by Devenish and The Underwriting Exchange, have taken third place on the podium in today’s (Friday) all-important five-star Super League Nations Cup at La Baule in France.La Baule was Ireland’s first points-scoring round of the Division 1 Nations Cup series, with Irish team manager Rodrigo Pessoa looking to put points on the board early in the season.Ireland’s Shane Breen and Golden Hawk jumped a double clear round in the La Baule Nations Cup (Photo: Hippo Foto – Dirk Caremans)Tipperary’s Shane Breen and the Prince Sultan and Breen Equestrian-owned stallion, Golden Hawk, jumped what was one of just four double clear rounds in the competition. Galway 20-year-old Michael Duffy was one of the youngest riders in the competition and he jumped clear in the opening round with just one time fault with Alan Burnell’s Belcanto Z, while a toe in the water was their only mistake second time out.Denis Lynch and Thomas Straumann’s All Star finished with 5 faults in round one and lowered a single fence in the second, while Shane Sweetnam and Spy Coast Farm’s Chaqui Z finished with 5 faults in both rounds, to leave Ireland on a two round total of 14 faults.Irish team manager Rodrigo Pessoa said:“The guys jumped very good, we did have some silly mistakes. Shane Breen jumped two excellent rounds and young Michael Duffy was unlucky just to have the water in the second round. Denis Lynch and All Star had the same fault in both rounds but they have not jumped much together since their break after the World Cup. Shane Sweetnam’s horse jumped well. We put up a good fight to take third. I am getting to know the people and the horses better and it’s on now to the next round in Rome.”The home team from France took the winners trophy following a jump-off against Sweden, after both teams finished the eight nation contest on eight faults apiece.After securing a superb double clear round with Golden Hawk, Shane Breen mentioned that the French coastal venue has been a lucky show for him:“I’m delighted with how Golden Hawk jumped. This has been a lucky ground for me, I have jumped a couple of double clears here in the past. This was my first appearance with Rodrigo as team manager and he was very relaxed and focused. The advice and little pointers he gave were very accurate. All the guys on the team today jumped great and the future looks bright.”The La Baule result means Ireland have 80 league points on the board as they head to Rome in a fortnight’s time on their next points-chasing outing. This will be followed by Rotterdam (June 23rd), Falsterbo (July 14th), Hickstead (July 28th), and Ireland’s home Nations Cup at the RDS in Dublin on August 11th, where teams will compete for the Aga Khan trophy.Irish team scoresDenis Lynch/All Star 5/4Shane Breen/ Golden Hawk 0/0Michael Duffy/Belcanto Z 1/4Shane Sweetnam/Chaqui Z (5)/(5)Team total – 14 faultsFull results available HERE**Editors note**About the Irish Show Jumping Team Sponsors:Devenish is a farming and food company headquartered in Belfast, delivering innovative scientific solutions and technologies for the feed industry, the food industry and for human health. Devenish provides pre-mix and feed for equine, pigs, poultry, cattle, sheep, aquaculture, game and pets. With nine manufacturing sites across Northern Ireland, GB, the USA and Uganda, the company is now exporting to over 35 countries worldwide.The Underwriting Exchange is one of Lloyd’s of London’s leading and fastest growing Lloyd’s Brokers, who specialise in niche insurance and reinsurance solutions in the United Kingdom, Ireland and internationally. Home » General » Rodrigo Pessoa’s Ireland score podium finish in La Baule Super League Nations Cup Rodrigo Pessoa’s Ireland score podium finish in La Baule Super League Nations Cup