STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SUNDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2015

first_imgMartin Pedroza10211171011%$476,160 Jerry Hollendorfer9619131220%$1,961,070 AMERICAN PHAROAH WORKS FOR 3-YEAR-OLD DEBUTTOMORROW IS DOLLAR DAY AT SANTA ANITA PARKBEHOLDER DRILLS FOR HER RETURN TO THE RACES Rafael Bejarano14635231924%$1,650,364 Philip D’Amato4288719%$419,710 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won James Cassidy4075718%$251,380 Kent Desormeaux10521181120%$1,213,922 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Felipe Valdez2464525%$129,748 (Current Through Saturday, Feb. 14) Elvis Trujillo1231417911%$904,352 Tyler Baze15118151712%$1,157,134 Mike Smith6915141022%$1,329,341 Brandon Boulanger755387%$138,886 Ron Ellis3352515%$201,640 Richard Mandella3685722%$386,186 Gary Stevens57108918%$759,472 Carla Gaines2854218%$316,355 Doug O’Neill899101010%$520,536 Hector Palma1962132%$121,400 Corey Nakatani74128916%$640,258 Thomas Proctor2754319%$339,240 Brice Blanc2641315%$162,092center_img Peter Eurton48108721%$481,558 A. C. Avila2051225%$110,974 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Peter Miller831617819%$966,700 Fernando Perez9991089%$431,962 Drayden Van Dyke11914151712%$781,086 Joseph Talamo13314142211%$1,035,114 Victor Espinoza9718201319%$1,235,870 Edwin Maldonado66731011%$270,216 AMERICAN PHAROAH ‘IMPRESSIVE’ IN DRILL FOR BAFFERT            American Pharoah, a leading member of Bob Baffert’s “best crop of three-year-olds in years,” worked five furlongs Sunday at Santa Anita on a picture-perfect morning in 1:00.40 as the son of Pioneerof the Nile prepares for his 3-year-old debut.The Eclipse Award winner as outstanding male 2-year-old of 2014, American Pharoah was clocked in 47.40 for four furlongs under Martin Garcia, who was aboard the bay colt for the 9 a.m. drill.“Very impressive; he was breezing,” said Baffert, who is mulling either the San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita March 7 or the Rebel at Oaklawn Park on March 14 for the handsome bay owned by Ahmed Zayat.“It will be one of them,” Baffert said of the aforementioned two races. “He handled the work pretty well. He’s coming around pretty quickly.”This was American Pharoah’s third recorded breeze since missing the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile last Nov. 1 due to a suspensory-related injury.In other news from the Baffert barn, the Hall of Fame trainer said both Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Bayern and San Pasqual Stakes winner Hopperunity were on the track Sunday but as for a race, he had “no plans.”Power Jam, who demolished five rivals in a scintillating debut Saturday, winning by 4 ¼ lengths after a series of bullet works, was “no surprise” to Baffert. “He’s a really fast horse, like his sire (Concord Point),” Baffert said.Power Gem was bred in Kentucky by owner Kaleem Shah, who was on hand with his son, Arman, for the race. “Kaleem was so pumped up,” Baffert said.DOLLAR DAY, GRADE II BUENA VISTA ON PRESIDENTS’ DAY            Monday is Dollar Day at Santa Anita. Fans can partake of draft beers, hot dogs and sodas for just a buck. First post time is 12:30 p.m. Gates open at 10:30 a.m.            Monday’s feature race is the $200,000 Buena Vista Stakes for older fillies and mares at one mile on turf.The Grade II race marks the return to Santa Anita of multiple local riding king Joel Rosario, who pilots favored La Tia from the rail for trainer Armando De la cerda under the top weight of 123 pounds.The field for the Buena Vista, race seven on a nine-race program: La Tia, Joel Rosario, 5-2; Winning Rhythm, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Diversy Harbor, Gary Stevens, 3-1; Blingismything, Kent Desormeaux, 6-1; Nashoba’s Gold, Rafael Bejarano, 3-1; and Annecdote, Victor Espinoza, 3-1.Uzziel, who finished second at 52-1 in her debut for trainer Keith Desormeaux in Saturday’s Santa Maria Stakes, was scratched. John Sadler697121110%$509,576 Michael Pender2453221%$140,770 Mark Casse4175517%$599,748 Jeff Bonde1950326%$192,730 Mark Glatt4068615%$323,624 Bob Baffert601213820%$1,177,618 Flavien Prat62105616%$460,846 Martin Garcia7914121118%$1,132,850 Santiago Gonzalez4454911%$154,244 FINISH LINES: Working in company with stablemate Moulin de Mougin, two-time Eclipse Award champion Beholder went three furlongs Sunday for Richard Mandella as she worked towards her 5-year-old debut. Each horse was clocked in 35.20. “They went nice,” said the Hall of Fame trainer, who has the Madison Stakes at Keeneland on April 4 as “a possibility” for her comeback race. “There’s no plan,” he said. “It’s a race I might think about, but Beholder is coming along great.” . . . Agent Mike Ciani reports that Kent Desormeaux will ride impressive maiden winner Prospect Park for Cliff Sise Jr. in the San Felipe Stakes on March 7. A son of Tapit, Prospect Park worked six furlongs at San Luis Rey Downs Saturday in 1:12.20 . . . Trainer Simon Callaghan was non-committal on either the Sunland Derby on March 22 or the Santa Anita Derby on April 4 for Firing Line, who suffered two excruciating head defeats to unbeaten Dortmund in his last two outings. “We won’t make a decision for a few weeks,” Callaghan said . . . Agent Brad Pegram has Mike Smith booked on Kentucky Jockey Club runner-up Imperia for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin in Saturday’s Risen Star Stakes at the Fair Grounds, while Joe Ferrer has perennial Southern California leader Rafael Bejarano also at the Fair Grounds Saturday to ride Chandelier Stakes winner Angela Renee for Todd Pletcher in the Grade III Rachel Alexandra Stakes, among other stakes mounts . . . Trainer George Papaprodromou said Charles Town Classic winner Imperative “probably” will run in the $1 million Santa Anita Handicap on March 7 . . . Former agent Ivan Puhich, who represented Mario Gutierrez when he won the 2012 Kentucky Derby on I’ll Have Another, was a Clockers’ Corner visitor Sunday. “I’m doing great,” said the former Marine, who gets around with a walker but is looking forward to his 89th birthday this Dec. 22. “I’m just old, that’s all.” . . . Congratulations toseven-pound apprentice jockey Brayan Pena onwinning his first race at Santa Anita Saturday. The 25-year-old native of Guatamala piloted the 6-year-old California-bred mare Rich in Tradition to a length-and-a-quarter victory for only her second win from 37 starts for owner/trainer Rafael DeLeon at a $48.80payoff. Agent Susan McBrayer represents Pena . . . All in the family: Alex Solis, represented by agent Brandon O’Bryan, won the Grade III El Camino Real Derby at Golden Gate Fields Saturday. Less than an hour later at Santa Anita, Tyler Baze, whose agent is Brandon’s father, Craig, captured the Grade II Santa Maria Stakes on Warren’s Veneda . . . Santa Anita will be dark this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, but will be open for simulcast wagering Thursday when there will be free parking and free Grandstand admission. Live racing resumes Friday, Feb. 21 at 1 p.m. Tiago Pereira7176910%$226,434 Richard Baltas3966315%$234,188last_img read more

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Spotlight on Purewater/JC meet as 2016 track season begins

first_imgThe 2016 series of local development meets kicks off today with the staging of two development meets on the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association (JAAA) calendar.In the Corporate Area, Jamaica College will host the 23rd staging of the Purewater/JC Invitational meet on the school’s grounds, Old Hope Road starting at 8:30 a.m.Out west at the Herbert Morrison High School First Chance meet gets under way at 9 a.m.Most attention will focus on a well supported JC meet. The is a qualifier for the ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships and athletes will be taking the opportunity to meet qualifying standards early. Meet director, Ian Forbes is very pleased with the support and is anticipating great competition.”More than 1500 athletes have entered and we expect high quality performances as this is an Olympic and World Junior Championships year,” Forbes said.He said entries have come in from all the top high school male and female teams. There will also be events for senior athletes from clubs and institutions.Several high schools have recruited new athletes during last summer and fans will get a chance to see who some of these athletes in action.Among the females are Janelle Fullerton and Rushelle Burton. Fullerton, who did well in the throws for Edwin Allen High last year, has moved to sixth form at St Jago High, while sprint hurdler Burton, formerly of St. Andrew High, has joined up with her former coach, Leacroft Bolt at Camperdown High School.SETTODETHRONECHAMPSJamaica College’s team will be closely watched as there are early whispers that they could be the team to dethrone defending champions Calabar at Champs this year. They have great depth in the field events with outstanding jumpers Obrien Wasome, Clayton Brown and Paketo Dudley among the likely leading performers.Top thrower, Vashon McCarthy, is also now eligible to represent the school after sitting out a full year after exiting Ascot High last year.Action will begin with the 3000m for girls. This will be followed by the boys’ 5000m. Other track events are the 100m, 800m and all sprint hurdles. In the field the events down to be contested are the long, high, and triple jumps along with the discus, shot put and pole vault.last_img read more

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Cohesive national volleybelles return from Japan

first_imgKawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans They will fly to Kuala Lumpur Aug. 18 for the Southeast Asian Games to reboot the country’s campaign in the regional game where the Filipinos used to lord it over.Reyes said that in Okayama and Osaka, they had managed to forget who they were back home. “We are just one team, no superstars, no big names.”The players also napped together on the same court they practice drills, helping them know each other very well.Completing the squad are Kim Fajardo, Aiza Pontillas, Rhea Dimaculangan, Maika Ortiz, Denden Lazaro, Kim Dy, Dawn Macandili, Ces Molina and Gen Casugod.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite View comments LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets MOST READ “This is a collection of superstars that is now working as one team,” said Vicente. “This is a good start because they will be playing together for the next three years.”The Nationals, training particularly to develop speed, blocking and floor coverage that Japanese clubs are known for, also came home with victories in friendlies against Kobe Shinwa, Kansai University and Osaka Superiors.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’But more importantly, Vicente said he was delighted to watch superstars Mika Reyes, Alyssa Valdez, Jaja Santiago, Aby Maraño and Jovelyn Gonzaga working seamlessly on plays.They will see action in the Asian Seniors Championships in Biñan, Laguna, on Aug. 9 to 17, hoping to at least make the quarterfinals which would ensure a spot in the Asian Cup next year. 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Indian national gunned down in Camarines Surcenter_img PH Women’s National Volleyball team. Photo by Bong LozadaThe Philippine national women’s volleyball team, the most sought-after squad these days, has finally developed chemistry after 17 days of training in Japan.Arriving in the country Wednesday, head coach Francis Vicente said he was impressed with how the players developed camaraderie despite coming from different teams and leagues.ADVERTISEMENT Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Chot uncovers Gilas gems in Jones Cuplast_img read more

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Flyers run away with playoff opener

first_imgThe Senior Flyers opened their NPHL playoffs with a laugher on Tuesday night. Were the 1st vs. 8th matchup not lop-sided enough, the Eagles showed up with only 8 skaters, meaning the game was little more than some high-tempo shinny. The Flyers slowly outran the Eagles, scoring 4 goals in the first period, 3 in the second, and 5 more in the third. Lakeland scored 3 of their own, including a nifty burst from Andrew Lamouche, and a nice shot from Lloyd Ah-Kim-Nachie. Dustin Kersey led the way offensively for Fort St. John, with 2 goals and 2 assists. – Advertisement -Matt Shuya and Jeff Shipton also netted a pair each, while Tyler Loney, Kip Noble, Ian Munro, David Alexander, Paul Wiens, and Jeff Fast added singles. Ryan Bjorklund posted the win in goal, starting in place of Troy Hunt, who is out of town for a wedding. “I came to the rink not expecting to play, but when he wasn’t showing up I kind of figured I was going”, Bjorklund said, adding “You always want to play. Especially with the week off – It’s good” Matt Shuya, fresh off a broken nose and puntured lip in the final regular season game against Spirit River, was, like his teammates, disappointed with the game. Trying to prepare for the MacKenzie Cup in April, Shuya knows the team needs stiffer competition in order to rise to a higher level. He says it’s tough to avoid bad habits and cultivate better play in games of shinny like this. [asset|aid=957|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=eaee4c6543e4375fec13088cba8871c5-Shuya-feb17_1_Pub.mp3] Game two of the series will go Thursday night at Lakeland (in McLennan, Alberta), with game three scheduled for Saturday night at 8:30, at the North Peace Arena.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Local Emergency Personnel headed to World Police and Fire Games

first_imgFive local emergency services personnel are getting ready to take on the world in the 2009 World Police and Fire Games in Vancouver.The five athletes include a firefighter, a Deputy Sheriff and three RCMP Constables.  Captain Brent Morgan, will be competing in Hockey.  Cpt. Morgan has been a full time firefighter in Fort St. John for ten years and currently plays hockey in the Taylor Men’s league.Deputy Sheriff Kaitilyn Hartnell, will be competing in both the women’s soccer tournament and the co-ed soccer tournament.  Hartnell is actively involved in the Fort St. John Soccer Club.- Advertisement -Cst. Jackelynn Passarell and Cst. Jessica Veysey will be teaming up with RCMP members from Alberta to compete in Soccer.  Both Cst. Passarell and Cst. Veysey are actively involved in the Fort St. John Soccer Club.Cst. Shawn Ingham will be tackling two sports.  He will be playing hockey with the Prince George Corrections team and football with a team from the Lower Mainland.The 2009 World Police and Fire Games presented by Telus get underway on Friday July 31st and will run until August 9th.  The games are open to all full-time professional firefighters, law enforcement, customs and correctional officers from around the world.Advertisement For more information you can visit www.2009wpfg.calast_img read more

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Region 7 residents allege sex crimes by Police, army ranks

first_img…no report filed – CommanderResidents from various communities in Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) are claiming that women from their villages are being sexually assaulted and in some cases raped by ranks of the Joint Services stationed there.Commander of F Division (Interior locations), Kevin AdonisAccording to a recently launched report on the land tenure situation of Indigenous peoples in that region, residents from the Kaikan Village, Region Seven, have complained about females in their community being sexually molested and harassed by ranks of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), in addition to them stealing from the community.“Police officers and army soldiers have entered the village supposedly to do patrols and provide security for the airstrip. However, villagers report that these Police and army soldiers have assaulted women and stolen from the village…the village has complained over the years that women in the community have been sexually assaulted and that army soldiers have had relationships with married women, causing strife,” the document which was released on Thursday night stated.It was further stated that residents also reported being threatened and intimidated by soldiers when they try to protect their daughters from the military men who “come uninvited” to their homes.Villagers in Kaikan also alleged that both Police and military ranks are also taking advantage of Venezuelan nationals who reside in that area.“…recently, army and police officers have also been taking advantage of Venezuelan prostitutes…taking away their identity cards and forcing the women to have sex with them in order to have their documents returned.”Additionally, according to the land tenure report, villagers from the Kambaru/Omanaik area have reported rapes of community members.The report also states that third parties occupying Indigenous customary lands have been reported to be threatening and assaulting village residents.“There have been numerous reports of deliberate rights violations by miners, Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) officers, the police and soldiers, who are occupying Indigenous customary, including titled lands. There are complaints of miners bulldozing residents’ farms and destroying villages’ traditional trail lines. There are also reports of miners threatening village residents,” the report stated.However, Commander of F Division (Interior locations), Kevin Adonis, when contacted about the allegations made against ranks of the Joint Services, stated that to date, no one has come forward to lodge a complaint or make an official report.“The villagers have never reported these things to us. They have not. I have not, we have never gotten a report from them or anyone about such allegations,” the Police Commander stated.last_img read more

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“Looking forward to exciting tournament” – Head Coach Crandon

first_imgWindies ‘B’ tour of Canada…– Guyanese elated over new roleBy Clifton RossNewly appointed West Indies ‘B’ team Head Coach; Esuan Crandon said he’s elated over his appointment as he plans to help the team properly prepare ahead of the Canada Cricket Summerfest tournament; which bowls off on September 1.Crandon, the Guyana Jaguars four-time Cricket west Indies Regional 4-Day winning coach was named Head Coach while former Windies pace legend Sir Curtly Ambrose was named coach of the Windies B team as they set to lock horns with the Canadians in 3 T20’s and two One Day Internationals.Following a practice session at the Everest Cricket Club ground with some of his local players; the ex-Guyana pacer told Guyana Times Sport that he was privileged to be entrusted with the role of Head Coach of the Windies B side. “I’m very happy and elated of the opportunity given to me to coach the team not only me [but] the young players as well. So I’m looking forward to a very exciting tournament with some exciting players in the squad.”Crandon and Skipper Anthony Bramble are the lone Guyanese in the squad while Neil Barry Jr. is appointed as the physiotherapist and will be on his maiden trip at this level. Bramble who led the Windies ‘B’ team to the inaugural Global T20 League in Canada in July is retained as captain and his coach believes he’s the right man for the job.‘It’s always good to have your countrymen alongside you in any tournament. Bramble has proven his capabilities especially in the shorter versions and he had a good season in the 4-day tournament and he’s a good cricketer so I’m looking forward to working with him and the other guys in the side,” said Crandon.While Crandon has found success since 2013/14 by winning the Regional 4-Day title every year since, the former all-rounder said that he hopes to replicate similar results in the upcoming tournament, he’s keeping one eye trained on making few errors.“I look at it as cricket, it’s just a different kind because we are going to play white ball cricket. It’s a lot of differences; the shorter version is one day so you can’t make too many mistakes on that day. There is also not much time to make up after then because in4-Day you can make mistakes and make up in the sessions or days after but T20 and ODI is just one day,” Crandon explained.Bramble and a few of his players in the side will be returning to Canada after they lost in the Finals of the Global T20. With a new-look side, Crandon believed that once they team plays as a unit and executes their plans well; success can be achieved over the next week.“I had the opportunity to coach the Guyana Jaguars in 50 over cricket, obviously we have to go and adjust to conditions as a group and prepare well and execute well as a group. I have had an opportunity to view the Canada T20 League, I have a fairly good idea about their pitches and so plus we have some guys who will be going back to Canada so they can share experience with the new guys so it will be good when we get up there.”Meanwhile, the Windies ‘B’ team will tackle the Canadians at the Maple Leaf Cricket Club in Toronto. The sides will engage in three T20’s and two ODI’s bowling off from September 1.West Indies B team- Anthony Bramble (Captain), Sunil Ambris, Alick Athanaze, Sheeno Berridge, John Campbell, Keacy Carty, Justin Greaves, Derval Green, Jahmar Hamilton, Sherman Lewis, Kyle Mayers, Kimani Melius, Jeavor Royal and Jomel WarricanTeam Management Unit- Esuan Crandon (Head Coach), Sir Curtly Ambrose (Coach), Alexander Forde (Strength & Conditioning Trainer), Neil Barry (Physiotherapist) and Avenesh Seetaram (Data Capturer)last_img read more

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Blades burst Arsenal bubble as Mousset strikes

first_img0Shares0000Sheffield United striker Lys Mousset (2nd L) celebrates the winner against ArsenalSHEFFIELD, United Kingdom, Oct 22 – Arsenal slumped to a shock 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United as Lys Mousset condemned the Gunners to their latest away-day flop on Monday.Unai Emery’s side are without an away Premier League win since the opening weekend of the season after failing to rise to the challenge posed by fired up United at Bramall Lane. French forward Mousset, making his first Premier League start for United, punished poor Arsenal defending in the first half to score his second goal since signing from Bournemouth.That was enough to send Arsenal crashing to just their second defeat of the season, ending an eight-game unbeaten run in all competitions.The north Londoners sit fifth in the league after a powder-puff performance that showed Emery’s rebuilding job is still a work in progress.Under Emery, Arsenal have kept just two clean sheets in 24 away league matches and once again they wilted too easily in a hostile environment.This was a signature win for the Blades after last season’s promotion and they sit proudly in ninth place, just three points behind Arsenal.With the Bramall Lane crowd in full voice, a bruising clash got off to a contentious start when Arsenal defender Sokratis appealed in vain for a penalty after having his shirt tugged by John Egan.United midfielder John Fleck was fortunate to escape with a yellow card from referee Mike Dean after crunching into Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.Emery’s men should have taken the lead when Sead Kolasinac curled a perfect low cross towards Nicolas Pepe in the six-yard box, but the unmarked Ivory Coast winger completely miscued his shot.– Pepe struggles –It was the latest in a growing list of disappointing displays from Pepe, who has struggled to make an impact since his club record move from Lille in the close-season.United made the most of that escape as Arsenal’s long-running set-piece issues resurfaced in the 30th minute.Oliver Norwood’s corner reached Jack O’Connell at the far post and he rose above Matteo Guendouzi to head down to Mousset, who poked home from virtually on the line after Granit Xhaka failed to react to the danger.Damningly, Arsenal have conceded 22 league goals from set plays since the start of last season, with only Watford (25) and Everton (24) allowing more.Bukayo Saka tried to lead the Arsenal response with a surge into the United area, but the teenager went to ground too easily and earned a booking for diving.Xhaka almost conjured an equaliser with a dipping long-range effort that Dean Henderson pushed away at full stretch.Mesut Ozil was once again left out of the Arsenal squad and, with Aubameyang anonymous, Emery sent on Dani Ceballos for Joe Willock at half-time for an injection of creativity.The on-loan Real Madrid midfielder should have equalised when he shot weakly at Henderson from Saka’s cross.Always creaky at the back, Arsenal were nearly caught when Fleck thudded into the side-netting and then forced Bernd Leno into an unconvincing save.Alexandre Lacazette came on with 22 minutes left for his first appearance since suffering the ankle problem that had ruled the Arsenal striker out since the start of September.For all their territorial dominance in the closing stages, Arsenal lacked composure in the final third.Pepe curled just wide and Kolasinac headed over as the visitors’ frailties were laid bare.0Shares0000(Visited 38 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Watson Menswear giving away designer suit to celebrate re-opening!

first_imgWatson Menswear have reopened following a fire which occurred in September last year.To celebrate the re-opening of Watson Menswear in Upper Main Street Letterkenny, they are giving away a free Remus Uomo suit in their instore draw for anyone who makes a purchase. The draw will take place on Easter Sunday, the 15th of April.They have a large range of first holy communion and confirmation clothing now in stock. Communion suits start at just €99 for a three-piece suit along with a shirt, tie/bowtie, and footwear! For confirmations they have blazers, casual jackets, chinos, shirts, and tops.Children’s clothing brands include; 1880 club, Diesel, Petrol, and Tommy Bowe footwear. For the men they have a new suit section which have a large range of two and three piece suits from Remus Uomo, Herbie Frogg, Daniel Grahame, Harry Brown and White Label. Suits are carried from size 34 to size 54 at all times.Fantastic deals are to be found in store. You can nab a two piece suit, along with a shirt and tie for only €179, or a three piece suit along with a shirt and tie for €229.Smart casual brands in stock include Guide London, Remus Uomo, Advise, Dario Beltrane, Andre, and many more.Casual brands such as Superdry, Mish Mash, Duck & Cover, Kangol, Voi, Swade, Bewley & Ritch, Sinners, and Original Penguin are also in stock.Accessories to compliment the suits are also available, with a wide range of ties, bowties, tie bars, cufflinks, belts, and braces in stock.Watson Menswear are open seven days a week. They are open late on Thursday and Fridays until 8pm, and are open on Sundays from 1pm to 6pm.For more you can follow them on Facebook  or check out their website www.watsonsmenswear.com Watson Menswear giving away designer suit to celebrate re-opening! was last modified: March 12th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:competitiondrawletterkennyremus uomosuitWatson Menswearlast_img read more

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Tottenham confirm ace will be out until December with hamstring injury

first_img Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January REAL DEAL Tottenham star Jan Vertonghen will be out of action until December with a hamstring injury, the Premier League club have confirmedVertonghen, the defender, picked up the injury in Spurs’ Premier League defeat of Huddersfield earlier this month. no dice gameday cracker Spurs have a host of injury concerns, with Danny Rose (groin) withdrawing from England duty this week.Christian Eriksen (abdominal), Mousa Dembele (thigh), Dele Alli (hamstring) and Serge Aurier (thigh) have also been absent of late. deals 2 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? silverware Vertonghen’s injury problems stem from a collision with Laurent Depoitre in Spurs’ win over Huddersfield Mauricio Pochettino, the Tottenham manager, revealed the defender would undergo a further scan, the results of which show the extent of the problem.Vertoghen sustained the injury in a collision with Huddersfield striker Laurent Depoitre early in the game, but continued until half-time, thinking it was a dead leg. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT huge blow Vertonghen was forced off at the John Smith’s Stadium Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won shining Most read in Premier League England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won And though reports suggested Vertonghen could be back before the end of November, the north Londoners have confirmed he actually won’t be back until the following month.A club statement read: ‘The Belgium international defender will now continue his recovery with a view to returning to full training by December.’Belgium boss Roberto Martinez last week said Vertonghen would miss this international break and well as the next one in November due to the problem. Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City tense Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury REVEALED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star 2last_img read more

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