Looks like the North Coast Music Festival Lineup was leaked and also confirmed to be true a little early by Marc Brownstein of The Disco Biscuits on his Facebook Page. Though this lineup is already jam packed with talent, this is just phase one of the lineup and more artists (including headliners) will be announced during phase two. GA 3 day passes can be purchased for $120 here.Phase One Lineup:The Disco BiscuitsAfrojackWu Tang ClanLaidback LukeBig GiganticNASGary Clark Jr.LotusMacMillerPurity RingRebelutionDatsikMadeonPaper DiamondSkreamClaude Von StrokeR.L. GrimeAloe BlaccAluna GeorgeJust BlazeCapital CitiesJC BrooksEl Ten ElevenCherubPoolside (live)Flatbush ZombiesOn An OnK. FlayThibaultDean CohenRecap Video From 2012:
Hamzah Eastman pulled off yet another display of dominance and led a good outing by Team Cocos as he outsprinted a 10-man dash to the finish line at Grove, East Coast Demerara in the second edition of the Chin Chan Cycling, 52-mile Road Race yesterday. Eastman finished in a time of two hours, 27 minutes and 18 seconds which saw him claiming four prime prizes.Eastman now sits as the undisputed king of the event despite the efforts of Berbice based PSL rider, Romello Crawford who was forced to settle for second. The race saw the riders assembling at the Grove Public Road head of Tank Street for the first time and head to the Coca Cola Sign on the Linden/Soesdyke Highway and back. Eastman said it was a challenging race with the weather on their side but despite the one accident, the race was enjoyable. He added that he wanted to extend thanks to the sponsors including U.S. based businesses for helping the country to have regular sporting events.The ever consistent, Evolution’s Paul DeNobrega was third while Alanzo Ambrose (Alanis) placed fourth while Stephano Husbands and Andrew Hicks rounded off the top six.Meanwhile, Paul Cho-Wee-Nam, Junior Niles and Sybourne Fernandes finished in that order for the under-45 category while Raymond Newton conquered the over-45 category. He was trailed by Andrew Spencer and Ian Jackson in a tussle to the line. In the younger categories, Briton John continued his fine form while Ajay Gopilall was restricted to second over Ralph Sewnarine who finished in third.The mountain bikers also turned out with Ozia McCully topping the group ahead of Shaine Bourne.
Irish Dressage duo Kate Dwyer and Dane Rawlins shine in Doha Grand Prix 28 February 2020, 15:32 Home » General » Irish Dressage duo Kate Dwyer and Dane Rawlins shine in Doha Grand Prix Tags: Al Shaqab, Dane Rawlins, dressage, Kate Dwter Related news stories Irish Dressage riders Kate Dwyer and Dane Rawlins have both recorded impressive results in today’s five-star Commercial Bank Grand Prix presented by Longines at the Al Shaqab arena in Doha, Qatar.Meath-based Kate Dwyer recorded an impressive score of 68.326% with the 14-year-old gelding Snowdon Faberge to finish in 10th place overall.Kate Dwyer and Snowdon FabergeSpeaking afterwards Kate Dwyer outlined how Snowdon Faberge is not a typically-bred Dressage horse:“He really tried his best and he really just depended on me to tell him that it was okay and we can do this.” Dwyer said. “I have had Fabio [Snowdon Faberge] since he was four and we have gone up through the ranks together. He is an amazing horse, he always shows great harmony and willingness to go. It’s really exciting because he is actually part Shire. We thought originally that he was part Welsh Cob but he is part Shire so he is not your typical Dressage horse.”Dane Rawlins and EspoireDrawn third to go of the 17 starters, Ireland’s Dane Rawlins and Espoire were also in excellent form and posted a personal best score of 67.348% to finish just outside the top 10 in 12th place. Victory in today’s competition went to Sweden’s Patrik Kittel and Delaunay Old on a score of 74.413%.Al Shaqab will host a Grand Prix Special and a Grand Prix Freestyle To Music on Saturday. 7 March 2015, 16:59 Reynolds claims fourth place in Al Shaqab Kür
Sligo Development Squad traveled to Tuam for a clash with league leaders Tuam RFC, there was an agreed late 3.15pm KO to enable all the Tuam players to be available. Sligo were hoping for a different result to the last time the two sides met when Sligo were well beaten. Sligo won the toss and Captain Ross O’Boyle chose to kick up the hill in the first half which on reflection was to be a critical decision.Sligo started well holding Tuam in their half but were unable to score due to some rushed handling errors and impatience in front of the Tuam line but after 7 minutes, Sligo were awarded a penalty which Enda Gavin stepped up and scored, 3-0 to Sligo. Tuam a big physical side moved the ball well and their out half kicked for touch. Sligo’s defence which has become a very strong part of their game weathered the first storm of many and Pearson broke out of the Sligo 25 meter area ran the length of the pitch breaking a number of tackles then off loading to a rampant Shane Mitchelll who carried the ball into the Tuam 25 forcing Tuam into an offside position to give Sligo another opportunity to score and Enda Gavin kicked the penalty 6-0 to Sligo. The physical encounter meant the Sligo coach had to start ringing the changes and made some early substitutions bringing on Gerard Kearney for Aaron Tansey, Christian Carroll for an injured Shane Mitchell’s but the scrum remained dominant. The Sligo pack is developing a name of being one of the strongest in the league and with a backrow from Jake Sexton, Dave Cawley, Shane Mitchell and Liam McIlhinney it is a well earned accolade.After 27 minutes a penalty was awarded to Tuam which gave them their first score on the board, the Tuam crowd roared game on, 6-3 Sligo.Just before half time after some Sligo pressure on the Tuam 5 metre line, Dave Bergin powered over off the back of the Sligo scrum to score a fine try converted by Enda Gavin, leaving the score now 13-3. After this score the referee sin binned a Tuam player for repeated offside offences.Sligo now playing downhill started the second half as the Tuam flood lights came on, again Sligo played in the Tuam half and after a great break by Sean Mullin stepping a number of players, he off-loaded to an eager Gary Borland who finished in the corner with a try giving Sligo an 18-3 lead. Tuam who with a never give up attitude returned up the field and after pressuring the Sligo line scored a well earned try making the score 18-8 .The game was end to end stuff which the Tuam crowd were enjoying and becoming more animated sensing a possible resurgence in the Tuam players, Sligo replied with more pressure on the Tuam line who gave away a penalty which again was kicked by an in form Enda Gavin, score now 21-8 to Sligo.Sligo again forced to make a number changes due to injuries had to reposition players bringing memories of the recent Ireland v Australian battle. Tuam immediately returned with increased pressure giving them a converted try, now the score 21-15 to Sligo .Sligo in defensive mode battling to hold on to the lead with minutes to go trying to clear the lines gave away the ball and Tuam now sensing a win scored 15 metres in from the touchline. The cute Tuam Outhalf attempted to move the position of the ball to an easier kicking place but the alert referee insisted on replacing the ball to the correct position,A hushed crowd awaited the kick in anticipation of a one point victory but it went wide of the post, the Sligo team and travelling supporters breathed a sigh of relief as they realised the game was won .Immediately afterwards coach Pearson was congratulatory to his team on the victory but spoke of how the game was nearly lost partly he felt due to a poor pre-match preparation. He expects improvements in the coming games as he has set his sight on winning this league. The next J1b game is Sunday 11th December 2016 2pm KO Strandhill v Loughrea.Sligo RFC: Stuart O’Brien, Clive Morris, Matt Kavanagh, Sean Mullin, Brian Mullen, Patrick Pearson, David Berlin, Christian Carroll, Jake Sexton, David Cawley, Shane Mitchell, Aaron Tansey, Ross O’Boyle (Captain), Thomas Gormley, Gerard Keaney, Sam Hogan, Liam McElhinney, Michael Mcmorrow, Gary Borland.