Many law firms like to make a show of putting a nice piece of art on the wall, in an attempt to look highbrow. But it’s fair to say Sussex firm Burt Brill & Cardens has paid more than lip service to the local arts scene, having injected nearly £400,000 over the years into sponsoring Brighton’s Burt Brill & Cardens Graduate Show. Managing partner David Edwards says the firm has sponsored the art show for the past 16 years. Mind you, you would think he’d have learned by now how to hang a picture the right way up
Share LocalNews Junior tourism minister to host health & wellness symposium by: – August 17, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share 23 Views no discussions 2011 Junior Tourism Minister, Kitwani Carbon.A Dominican student, who is the 2011 Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) Junior Minister of Tourism, has appealed to businesses for financial assistance to host a one day health and wellness symposium.Kitwani Carbon won that title at CTO’s conference in St. Martin on September 17th, 2011.She presented on the promotion of the wellness sector as being critical in enhancing Dominica’s tourism product. Carbon capitalized on the fact that Dominica’s topography makes it ideal for promotion of wellness activities and is well known for its centenarians, thus making healthy living an ideal component of the Dominican tourism product.The symposium is carded for 27th August, 2012 to educate the public on the importance of health and wellness.“The main objective is to give the youth, the general public which includes stakeholders of the tourism industry, a greater knowledge of the importance and benefits of health and wellness to our tourism product. We want to spread knowledge of obesity, CNCD’s; we want to add more promotion to our local teas and herbal remedies”.The symposium will deliberate on how health and wellness could be into incorporated into one’s lifestyle as well as its economic benefits.Carbon believes that Dominica’s tourism product could be enhanced by including sustainable tourism, sports tourism and local remedies. “We must go beyond that and market it [Dominica] in terms of sports tourism and of course we have our local remedies, our natural cuisine that we do market as our local food. We can go beyond that and market it as something good for athletes or in a pre-natal program. It’s all part of using what you already have as a means of bringing more people to your country”.She has written to several businesses and has appealed to them to support this venture.“I’d like to encourage all business…to come onboard because you really need your health. It is a wonderful initiative and I’d like the entire country to be a part of it”. CARICOM heads of government have also set aside a day dubbed, Caribbean Wellness Day, to promote healthy lifestyles within the Caribbean and this will be observed on September 8th, 2012.Dominica Vibes News
There were eight groups out in two divisions with the cut at 7-16 in division 1 and 17+ in the second. Thirty six points was the best score in both groups with Steve Greene winning division 1 after beating Kari Aarnio on a 17/16 back nine count back. Heikki Alanko was third on 34 points.The two French boys were first and second in division 2; Jean Morel won with an even par 36 points and Yves Bosset came second one point behind while Bryan Priestley took third with 34.This was our only game of the week as we were at the I.P.G.C. Club Championship at Pattana on Wednesday and Friday (the report of which can be seen on page 46 – Ed.).Near pins went to Kari Kuparinen (2), Raivo Velsberg, Chris Voller, Gordon Everingham, Mauri Friman and Rudi Schaefer.In the two’s today there were 4 on the 12th hole for Gordon Everingham, Kari Kuparinen, Norman McKinnon and Bryan Priestley, while Eero birdied the 9th in division 1. Jomtien Golf with the IPGCMonday, December 12, Green Valley – StablefordThere was a cool breeze here today as we waited on the first tee and on some of the holes later in the round this became a mild to strong wind, blowing from all directions. Normally the scores here are well up in the thirty’s but today was a true test of golf.
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Keenan Haase and Jesse Wallace each scored on the power play to erase a 2-1 Nelson lead.The goals came in less than a minute late in the second period.Nelson pressed for the equalizer in the third, but, with goalie Joey Karrer pulled for an extra attacker, Richter scored twice into the empty net to secure the win.Matt MacDonald, Nelson’s game star, and Aaron Brewer scored for Nelson.Kimberley out shot the short-staffed Leafs 27-23 to make a winner out of goalie Tyson Brouwer.Friday, Nelson took a 3-0 lead three minutes into the third period on goals by Rayce Miller, Robson Cramer and Aaron Dunlap — the latter two coming on the power play.However, Golden scored three times in the final eight minutes of the game, the tying marker coming with three seconds remaining in the third period, to send the game into overtime.Nic Noseworthy ended the game at 3:37 of extra time giving the home side the comeback win.Golden out shot the Leafs 41-35, including an 8-1 advantage in overtime.ICE CHIPS: Nelson played the two weekend games with only 15 skaters, including Castlegar Midget Rep affiliate player Matthew Brind’Amour. The lack of players is due to a rash of major injuries to key players that has hit the KIJHL franchise. . . . Kootenay Ice traveled to South Surrey this weekend to play the Valley West Hawks. Kootenay scored a 4-4 tie Saturday against the Hawks. . . . The two losses in goal dropped Joey Karrer’s record with Nelson to 3-4. . . . Kimberley defeated Nelson for the second time this season. The Nitros defeated Nelson 4-2 September 26. . . .Nelson travels to Grand Forks Friday to face the Border Bruins before returning home Saturday to face Spokane Braves. Nelson hosts Grand Forks Friday, December 19 before beginning the Christmas holiday break. The Leafs are back on the ice for a home-and-home series beginning December 30 in Fruitvale against defending KIJHL champion Beaver Valley Nitehawks. Nelson then hosts Beaver Valley in the traditional New Year’s Eve game at the NDCC Arena at 2:30 p.m. Playing without a full roster of skaters finally caught up to the Nelson Leafs during a Kootenay International Junior Hockey League road trip through the Eddie Mountain Division.Jason Richter had a five-point night to power the Kimberley Dynamiters to 5-2 victory over the Leafs Saturday in the Bavarian City.Friday, Nelson saw a 3-0 lead disappear in the third period as Golden Rockets escaped with a 4-3 overtime win.Despite losing twice, Nelson maintains a slim one-point advantage in Murdoch Division over the Castlegar Rebels.However, the Rebels host Spokane Braves Sunday in the Sunflower City, and could leapfrog past Nelson into top spot in the division with a win.Saturday, Kimberley took advantage of power play opportunities to score twice with the man advantage in the second period.
Coaches Garry Meadows and Russ Holitzki organized the event.Meadows and Holitzki have spearheaded the Junior league this season, coaching 20 young curlers to master increasingly difficult skills as part of the Curl BC Skills Awards Challenge.Several curlers have achieved their Red (Novice) and Blue (Junior) awards this season. They will continue to work toward the intermediate Bronze and Silver awards and the advanced Gold award when curling starts up again in October.The Junior league is open to novice and experienced curlers aged 10 and up, and is hoping to attract new members in the fall.“A couple more teams would be great,” said Meadows. “Then we could get some fun competitions happening in the league.”The Nelson Curling Centre also offers a Little Rockers program for younger kids.The Nelson Curling Centre is very grateful to all the local businesses who supported the Junior Bonspiel by donating prizes and food, and to the volunteers who helped out behind the scenes. The future of curling in the West Kootenay was on display at the Nelson Curling Club this past weekend as 11 teams from throughout the zone competed in the annual Junior Bonspiel.Teams from Trail, Rossland, Castlegar and host Nelson played four-end games in two divisions, the Junior division for new curlers and the Intermediate division for more experienced players.The Junior division was won by the Thatcher team from Rossland, followed by the Mailey and Helgesen teams from Trail.In the Intermediate division, top honors for the day went to the Watt rink from Castlegar, with Rossland’s Watson rink and Trail’s Sergis rink finishing second and third in the division, respectively.
Saturday 15th October 2016Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:Belfast Star v Pyrobel Killester, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, 14:00;Irish TV Tralee Warriors v SSE Airtricity Moycullen, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, 16:00;Commercial.ie Eanna v DCU Saints, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, 18:00; UPCOMING FIXTURES “Neil is a great positive guy coming into the group, the attitude and everything is right,” said Keenan. “Puff just gives us that extra bit of experience on point when it’s needed – there are a lot of young guys who will learn a hell of a lot from him.” Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: LYIT Donegal v Dublin Lions, Letterkenny IT, 16:00;BFG Neptune v Fr Mathews, Neptune Stadium, Cork 17:00;Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin v Kestrels, Killorglin Sports Centre, 19:15;Maree v Titans, Calasanctius College, Oranmore, 19:45; Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: Ulster University Elks v Sligo All-Stars, Ulster University, Jordanstown, 12:45;Team Kilkenny v ITC Basketball, O’Loughlin Gaels Gym, 15:00. Saturday 8th October 2016Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Commercial.ie Éanna v Templeogue, Coláiste Éanna, Rathfarnham, 18:00;Belfast Star v UCD Marian, Methodist College, Belfast, 19:00;DCU Saints v UL Eagles, DCU Complex, Glasnevin, 19:00;Pyrobel Killester v SSE Airtricity Moycullen, IWA, Clontarf, 20:00;KUBS v Irish TV Tralee Warriors, Carroll Arena, Greendale 20:00; Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: Ulster University Elks v UL Huskies, Methodist College, Belfast, 16:30;Fr Mathews v Marble City Hawks, Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork, 17:45 Templeogue go to winless Commerical.ie Éanna while UCD Marian face a Belfast Star side who beat them by 20 points on their last trip up the M1. UCC Demons face a tough test as they look to get back to winning ways with the visit of unbeaten Griffith Swords Thunder to the Mardyke.Pyrobel Killester join the action this weekend in the Women’s Super League. Their bye-week came in the first round and gave them a chance to scout the opposition.“We got to see a few teams play and we’re just excited to get going now. It’s been a long lead-in,” said Head Coach Karl KilbrideFirst up are a Portlaoise Panthers side who are a “good young team,” according to Kilbride.“Their American player is very athletic, she’s aggressive and did very well against Glanmire. We’re chomping at the bit now to get going on Saturday.”Glanmire renew Munster rivalries with Maxol WIT Wildcats on Saturday. The teams won their respective home games against each other last season with just a single basket to separate them.Meteors will look to build on an impressive win at home to DCU Mercy with a trip to newly promoted NUIG Mystics. Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: NUIG Mystics v Meteors, Kingfisher NUI Galway, 15:00;Ambassador UCC Glanmire v Maxol WIT Wildcats, Upper Glanmire Sports Centre, 17:00;Pyrobel Killester v Portlaoise Panthers, IWA, Clontarf, 18:00; Sunday 9th October 2016 Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: UCC Demons v Griffith Swords Thunder, Mardyke Arena, Cork, 15:00; Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: Meteors v UCC Glanmire, Coláiste Íosagáin, 16:00;Maxol WIT Wildcats v Pyrobel Killester, Mercy SS, Waterford, 19:00;Courtyard Liffey Celtics v NUIG Mystics, Leixlip Amenities, 19:30; Templeogue Head Coach Mark Keenan has hailed his new recruits as a factor in their 100% start to the Men’s Super League. The Hula Hoops National Cup Champions lost a number of players central to their break out season, but Neil Randolph and Puff Summers have proven key additions to date. REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE***2016/17 Basketball Ireland Season Launch and Hula Hoops National Cup Draw, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, Co. Dublin 14/9/2016Pictured at 2016/17 Season Launch and Hula Hoops National Cup Draw in the National Basketball Arena, Dublin are players from the Men’s Super League and Men’s National LeagueMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy Sunday 16th October 2016Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Griffith Swords Thunder v UL Eagles, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, 14:00;KUBS BC v UCC Demons, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, 16:00;Templeogue v UCD Marian, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, 18:00. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: Ulster University Elks v Oblate Dynamos, Ulster University, Jordanstown, 15:00. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: Marble City Hawks v ITC Basketball, O’Loughlin Gaels Gym, Kilkenny 19:00;Oblate Dynamos v Ulster Rockets, Oblate Hall, Inchicore, 19:30; Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: Singleton SuperValu Brunell v DCU Mercy, Parochial Hall, Cork, 14:45;print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
The games will be played the week commencing the 17th of April. The draw for round two of the EA Sports Cup has been made with Galway United drawn to face Derry City at Eamon Deacy Park. The other game in Galway’s Pool is Ollie Horgan’s Finn Harps who have been drawn at home to Sligo Rovers. The Draw in Full is…Pool OneLimerick v Cork CityWaterford United v Cobh RamblersPool TwoGalway United v Derry CityFinn Harps v Sligo RoversPool ThreeSt Patrick’s Athletic v Bray WanderersDundalk v UCDPool FourShamrock Rovers v BohemiansShelbourne v Longford Townprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Hanley also tasted All-Ireland club glory when playing a key role guiding Salthill-Knocknacarra to victory in 2006 and represented Ireland in Five international rules series against Australia. He was named vice Captain of the Irish team in 2010.Hanley announced his retirement in a statement released this morning through the Gaelic Players Association.The Statement reads“Inter county football has been an integral part of my life for the past 15 years. Today I am announcing that I am bringing my inter county career to a close.”“I would like to sincerely thank my family, especially my parents, my wife Pauline and daughter Freya for allowing me the opportunity to play football for Galway.”“I would also like to acknowledge my club, Salthill Knocknacarra. None of the opportunities that I have had would of been possible without my club mates and all involved.”“To all the players, managers, coaches, mentors and delegates I l have played with and for, I am grateful for all their effort and help throughout my career.”“I would like to acknowledge the GAA community for the help and encouragement received during tougher times for me and my family.”“Finally, I would like to thank all the Galway supporters at home and abroad for their valued support throughout the years. I wish Galway football the best going forward.”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Salthill/Knocknacarra Club man burst on the scene in 2005 when he won the first of three Connacht Medals following his key role in helping Galway win the All-Ireland Under 21 Title when they beat Down in the final. Former Galway Captain Finian Hanley has announced his retirement from inter county football.