NewsLocal NewsAll the fun of the fair at GroodyBy admin – May 20, 2009 948 Previous articleKidney dishes out six new caps on Irish tourNext articleQuinlan’s appeal fails in Scotland admin Linkedin Advertisement Print WhatsApp Facebook Email Funderland on the way to Limerick SIXTY -TRUCKS are wending their way to Limerick…. following a gap of five years when a suitable venue was not available, Funderland, Europe’s largest travelling funfair, and the brainchild of the Bird family, returns to the city on Thursday, May 28. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The event which was last held at the Old Greenpark Racecourse, moves to a new site at Groody Road, just off the University Roundabout.William Bird Sales, one of the companies belonging to the Bird family from Limerick, are the promoters of Funderland, which first began in 1975 at the RDS in Dublin and has grown over the years to become one of the largest carnival events in Europe.A feature of Funderland is the presentation at each event of some of the most spectacular machines found in the modern fairground industry. The forthcoming show in Limerick has no less than three rollercoasters in the line-up along with the 150 feet high jubilee Ferris Wheel which will provide panoramic views across the city.Don Bird said: “Once we secured the new ground we were determined to bring a spectacular show to Limerick and we are excited about the line-up of attractions, many of which have not been here before, including the Power Shot Reverse Bungee”.Funderland mixes top class thrill rides with a host of family attractions and kiddie rides to guarantee an experience which will appeal to every age group. The Ultra Buzz and Take Off rides are two of the fastest “white-knuckle” rides found anywhere in the world, and these will sit alongside more traditional rides such as the Waltzer and Dodgems.A host of kiddie rides including the Crazy Worm, a family rollercoaster which both parents and children can enjoy together, will ensure lots of fun for even the youngest thrill seekers.An important issue in the current economic climate according to John Magee, Marketing Manager for Funderland is value for money. Funderland will be open each day at Groody Road from 2pm. Twitter
The Bar’s Military Affairs Committee is now accepting nominations for its Clayton B. Burton Award of Excellence.The award is given annually to those who demonstrate character and leadership promoting the quality of legal services furnished to military personnel serving in Florida.The Burton Award will be presented at the Annual Military Law and Legal Assistance Symposium scheduled for Saturday, March 8 at the Ponce De Leon Hotel in St. Augustine.Nominations must be submitted by January 31 to Jennifer Wilson, Military Affairs Committee, The Florida Bar, 651 E. Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300.Proposed Board of Governors actions January 15, 2003 Regular News Pursuant to Standing Board Policy 1.60, the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar hereby publishes this corrected notice of intent to consider or take final action at its January 29-31 meeting on the following items — superseding previous notice published in the January 1 News. These matters are additionally governed by Rule 1-12.1, Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, where applicable.Most amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar that are finally acted upon by the board must still be formally presented to the Supreme Court, with further notice and opportunity to be heard, before they are officially approved and become effective.To receive a full copy of the text of any of these proposed amendments call (850)561-5600, ext. 6802 — please reference any requested proposal by its title or item number and date of this publication. RULES REGULATING THE FLORIDA BAR Chapter 3 Rules of DisciplineSubchapter 3-6 Employment of Certain Attorneys or Former Attorneys 1. Rule 3-6.1 GenerallyRevised Summary: Adds a 3-year prohibition against a lawyer, who is barred or suspended from practice, from being employed or supervised by another attorney who was previously supervised by that barred or suspended lawyer at the time of their discipline. Chapter 4 Rules of Professional ConductSubchapter 4-1 Client-Lawyer Relationship 2. Rule 4-1.5 Fees for Legal ServicesSummary: Within title, subdivisions (a) & (b), and commentary relating to excessiveness versus reasonableness of fees, codifies that an attorney’s costs also must be reasonable; establishes criteria to determine reasonableness of costs; provides safe harbor for written cost disclosures; amends title, to read “Fees ‘and Costs’ for Legal Services”; also within subdivision (f) requires that the petitions and applications, along with the resulting order, only be served on The Florida Bar when the petition or application is denied; within subdivision (h), conforms verbiage to current viewpoint that lawyers may accept credit card payment for advance payment of fees and costs, deleting language that now limits charges under an approved credit plan to services actually rendered or cash actually paid; further deletes references to “approved” credit plans consistent with current Supreme Court practice; adds commentary to clarify that credit plans include credit card payments, and to confirm that a lawyer who accepts payment from a credit plan for advance fees or costs must hold such amount in trust per governing rules and must add the lawyer’s own money to the trust account in an amount equal to the amount charged by the credit plan for doing business with the plan. Fred Arthur Schwartz of Boca Raton has submitted an application for readmission to the Bar with the Florida Board of Bar Examiners. S chwartz resigned from the practice of law in Florida pursuant to the Supreme Court’s Order of February 20, 1997, under an allegation of misappropriation of trust funds.The Board of Bar Examiners will conduct a public hearing on Schwartz’s application for readmission and all members of the Bar are invited to write to the board regarding their knowledge of Schwartz, particularly in relation to his character and fitness for readmission.If you wish to be notified of the time and place of the hearing, submit a written request to Kathryn E. Ressel, Executive Director, Florida Board of Bar Examiners, 1891 Eider Court, Tallahassee 32399-1750.Burton Award nominations sought Continuing its practice of public involvement, The Florida Bar seeks a new member of the public to serve on its governing board.The board member will replace Royce Walden of Orlando, whose second two-year term expires June 2003.Since 1987, two public members have served on the Bar’s 52-member governing board, after the Supreme Court of Florida approved the organization’s request to have nonlawyer representation on the board. Only seven other state bars — Alaska, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, and Wisconsin — and the District of Columbia have public members on their governing boards.A screening committee of The Florida Bar Board of Governors has been appointed to review the applications for the public member position, conduct final interviews and make recommendations to the Bar’s governing board during its April meeting in Kissimmee. The board will then recommend three persons to the Supreme Court of Florida and the court will appoint one of the three nominees to the board. The Board of Governors oversees the Bar’s lawyer discipline program, continuing legal education programs, legislative activities, and the overall administration of The Florida Bar.In addition to the two public members on the Board of Governors, one-third of all members of the 81 local grievance committees which hear complaints against attorneys are nonlawyers, as are one-third of the members of the 32 committees which oversee the Bar’s unlicensed practice of law investigations. These committees report to the Board of Governors, which in turn reports to the Supreme Court.Board members average 200-300 hours per year on Bar business depending on committee assignments. Although attorney members of the Bar’s governing board pay all expenses related to their attendance at six board meetings and other events held each year, nonlawyer board members are reimbursed for “reasonable travel and related expenses for attending official bar functions.”The new board member will serve a two-year term commencing June 27. Public members are not allowed by rule to serve more than two consecutive terms. Most of the Bar’s board is apportioned according to Florida’s 20 judicial circuits, with attorney members elected by lawyers in their locality. There are four additional out-of-state representatives. The other public member currently serving on The Florida Bar’s Board of Governors is Dr. Vivian Hobbs, Ph.D., of Tallahassee.Persons interested in serving as a public member may obtain the application form from the Bar’s Web site at www.FLABAR.org or call The Florida Bar at (850) 561-5600, ext. 6802 to request an application to be mailed. Completed applications should be mailed to John F. Harkness, Jr.,Bar executive director, 651 E. Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, 32399-2300. The deadline for submission of completed applications is January 31.Foundation seeks seven directors Bar seeks a public member for the Board of Governors Seven positions on The Florida Bar Foundation’s board of directors will be filled this year under the Florida Supreme Court approved governance plan which provides for 18 out of the 29-member Bar Foundation board to be selected equally by the Florida Supreme Court, The Florida Bar Board of Governors, and the board of directors of the Foundation.The six at-large seats to be filled for three-year terms beginning July 1 are currently held by: Michael A. Bander, Miami, and Kelley C. Howard, Tampa (Florida Supreme Court appointees), John J. Schickel, Jacksonville, and Jack P. Brandon, Lake Wales (Florida Bar Board of Governors appointees), Michael P. Stafford, Uniondale, NY, and Linda F. Wells, Tallahassee (Foundation appointees). Wells is not eligible for an additional term. Applicants for the at-large positions who are members of The Florida Bar also must be members of the Bar Foundation. Foundation members include annual contributors, Foundation Fellows, and participants in IOTA.The seventh board seat to be filled is for a public member currently held by T. Glenn Jackson, Jr., Windermere, who is eligible to serve a second two-year term. The public member position will be filled by a joint Bar/Foundation Nominating Committee.Since 1981, the Foundation’s principal activity has been setting policy and overseeing operation of the Supreme Court’s IOTA program. The court established the IOTA program to fund legal aid for the poor, improvements in the administration of justice, and loans and scholarships for law students. The Foundation board also oversees the Foundation’s formal fundraising program, sets investment policies, Foundation policies generally, and adopts the annual operating budget.Persons interested in applying for any of the seven Foundation board positions should obtain the appropriate application form. Applications for positions to be filled by the Supreme Court, Foundation (at-large seats), or the joint Bar/Foundation nominating committee (public member seat) may be obtained from the executive director of The Florida Bar Foundation, Suite 405, 109 East Church Street, Orlando, Florida 32801-3440, or downloaded from the Foundation’s Web site: www.flabarfndn.org under the governance section.Completed applications must be received by the Foundation by February 14. (The Florida Bar will give separate notice for the two positions to be filled by The Florida Bar Board of Governors. Applicants for Bar seats should contact the Bar directly.)The Florida Bar Foundation Board of Directors embraces the concept of diversity. A diverse membership makes the board stronger, and its work for the Foundation more relevant to the society in which we live. The Foundation strongly encourages minorities, women, and persons with disabilities to apply for service on the Board. To help achieve the broadest participation, The Florida Bar Foundation “Expense Reimbursement Policy” provides modest reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses incurred during board service.Applicants will be advised in writing of action taken by the selecting authorities.First Circuit JNC to fill judgeship The First Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications for the circuit judge position being vacated as a result of Judge Kenneth Bell’s appointment to the Supreme Court.Applicants must be residents of the First Judicial Circuit (Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton Counties), registered voters, and a member of The Florida Bar for the past five years.Applications are available from The Florida Bar Web site at www.FLABAR.org, or from the acting chair of the JNC, Bruce D. Partington, by pick-up from his law office at 125 W. Romana St., Suite 800, Pensacola 32501, between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. An original plus nine copies of the completed application must be received by Partington no later than 5 p.m. January 22.Nunes petitions for Bar reinstatement Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10, David Smith Nunes has petitioned the Florida Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.Nunes was suspended for three years after being found guilty of violations arising from making disparaging remarks about judges and opposing counsel, filing a frivolous lawsuit, representing clients after being discharged, and making false representations to a tribunal.Any person having knowledge bearing upon Nunes’ fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact Eric Montel Turner, chief branch disciplinary counsel, The Florida Bar, 5900 North Andrews Ave., Suite 835, Ft. Lauderdale 33309, telephone (954) 772-2245.Schwartz applies for readmission to the Bar January 15, 2003 Notices Subchapter 4-8 Maintaining the Integrity of the Profession 3. Rule 4-8.4 MisconductSummary: Within subdivision ( i ) and commentary, amends existing language prohibiting lawyer-client sexual conduct, to further recognize instances of sexual relations with “a representative of a client,” “including but not limited to a duly authorized constituent of” a corporate or other non-personal entity. Chapter 5 Rules Regulating Trust AccountsSubchapter 5-1 Generally 4. Rule 5-1.1 Trust AccountsSummary: Within subdivision (a)(1), clarifies that a lawyer may maintain funds belonging to the lawyer within a trust account in an amount no more than is reasonably sufficient to pay bank charges related to the account; deletes unnecessary cross-reference within subdivision (g)(2); adds new subdivision (h), to clarify that a lawyer shall not receive benefit from interest on funds held in trust that the lawyer determines are not nominal or short-term; revises subsequent subdivision entry accordingly; creates new comment, consisting of commentary transferred verbatim from rule 5-1.2 with the exception of first paragraph, and new language stating that a lawyer who holds trust funds and who determines that such funds are not nominal or short-term should place such funds in a separate interest-bearing account for the benefit of the client or third person unless directed otherwise in writing. Chapter 6 Legal Specialization and Education ProgramsSubchapter 6-9 Standards for Certification of a Board Certified Real Estate LawyerCorrected Summary: Proposes new standards within the following rules, to establish a more identifiable nexus between lawyers desiring certification in the field of real estate law and their actual practice and involvement in Florida real estate law. 5. Rule 6-9.1 Generally 6. Rule 6-9.2 Definitions 7. Rule 6-9.3 Minimum Standards 8. Rule 6-9.4 Recertification BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION AND EDUCATION (BLSE) POLICIES400 Series – Florida Certification Plan 9. BLSE 4.03 Standard of Review S ummary: Clarifies standard of review for area committees, and confirms that an appellant bears the burden of demonstrating by clear and convincing evidence from the record below that the decision at issue was the product of a BLSE procedural violation or of fraud, discrimination, or arbitrary or capricious action. 10. BLSE 4.09 Consideration of AppealSummary: Within subdivision (b) deletes “supporting material filed by the petitioner” from the codified definition of “record”; within subdivision (c), deletes the restrictive bases for an appeals committee decision without oral argument; within subdivision (d) adds that tie votes of the appeals committee are considered favorable to the review panel decision, as well as the BLSE decision at issue.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 31-year-old man was fatally hit by a pick-up truck in the victim’s hometown of Coram over the weekend.Suffolk County police said Douglas Redmond was crossing Middle Country Road when he was struck by a Chevrolet Silverado near the corner of Mount Sinai-Coram Road at 11:20 p.m. Friday.The victim was taken to John T. Mather Memorial Hospital in Port Jefferson, where he was pronounced dead. The driver, who stayed at the scene, was not injured.Sixth Squad detectives impounded the truck, are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information on the crash to call them at 631-854-8652.
Brady called the barbecue a “big success.” ENDWELL (WBNG) – The O.L. Davis Fire Company held their annual 4th of July barbecue on Saturday. “With so many things canceled, people have a bit of cabin fever, they just want to get out. We said if we have the barbecue, people will be able to come out to the park, take it home and just enjoy the nice weather, the nice day and enjoy the great fourth of the July,” said Brady. President Rob Brady told 12 News it was great to still be able to hold the event despite everything going on. The barbecue was held at Highland Park in Endwell and served more than 700 barbecue dinners catered by Brooks Barbecue. Organizers said the money raised will help the fire company with their yearly costs.
So, if you want to know the latest information or maybe you can give it and thus help community members, accept the invitation and join the Viber group on this connectors. The whole idea and story about founding a Viber community started soon after Bradbury was on the Slovenian border, after which he met, as he says, two very smart young trainees learning how to build a Viber community. “Razgovarao sam s raznim ljudima koji su povezani s najnovijim informacijama i imamo sve kontakte nadležnih ministarstava. Stoga smo odlučili pokrenuti Viber zajednicu, Total Croatia Travel INFO, gdje ćemo objavljivati najnovije informacije koje imamo”, said Bradbury, adding that he would try to answer all the questions asked in this group, ie the community, and if they do not have them, he will provide contact information of the competent ministry or official body to be discussed. Total Croatia Travel INFO is the name of the community Total Croatia News, news portal with news from Croatia, in English, wants to provide those interested with answers to simple questions such as: who can cross the border, what is the procedure, where to find information about bus travel, etc. According to portal owner Paul Bradbury, more and more people confused by the lack of information, so as he himself says, it is time to change direction.
Shooting 66 percent from the field, Ryan Evans has put up 29 points for the Badgers through their first two games of the NCAA Tournament.[/media-credit]More than a week after March Madness launched, many Badger fans were left feeling surprisingly pleased with their team’s performance through the first two rounds.After bringing down a sharpshooting Vanderbilt team loaded with seniors – a popular underdog pick for a deep NCAA tournament run – Wisconsin advanced to the Sweet 16 for the second consecutive year. With the 60-57 victory Saturday, the Badgers now have a date with the Syracuse Orange, a No. 1 seed, to earn a coveted spot in the Elite Eight for the first time in seven years.Prior to knocking off the SEC Tournament champions, Bo Ryan’s squad routed its first round opponent, 13th-seeded Montana, in 73-49 fashion. After stringing together two of its better performances of the year, UW will attempt to take down a deep and talented Syracuse team that will be playing without 7-footer Fab Melo, the anchor of its vaunted 2-3 defense.Offense – 4 of 5The Badgers displayed typical inconsistency, shooting the ball with a great performance against Montana and a rather unremarkable one against the more athletic Commodores. Sinking 52.6 percent of their shots from beyond the arc and just under 48 percent from the floor against the Grizzlies, Wisconsin’s hot shooting allowed it to build a comfortable lead early and score an uncharacteristically high 73 points.Against a veteran Vanderbilt team that opened the game with four seniors on the floor, a team-wide effort left UW with a less impressive 41.8 percentage from the field and 30.3 percent clip from three-point range. Five players suiting up for the cardinal and white ended in double figures – Jordan Taylor led with 14 – in a game where forward Mike Bruesewitz scored at least 10 points for the first time since a Feb. 4 loss to Ohio State.Wisconsin’s swing offense operated smoothly against an overmatched Montana defense, with Ryan Evans leading the charge with 18 points. Taylor complimented Evans’ offensive performance with 17 points of his own, going 6-of-10 from the field and 3-for-5 from long distance.Defense – 4.5 of 5Despite boasting a pair of seniors in John Jenkins and Jeffery Taylor who average 19.9 and 16.1 points per contest, respectively, Vanderbilt’s two stars were held to just 22 points combined at The Pit.In one of their best defensive efforts of the year against a deep, quick Commodores backcourt, Wisconsin limited its opponent to an ice-cold 26.3 conversion rate from beyond the arc and 43.5 percent from the floor. A team that, much like the Badgers, often lives and dies by its three-point shooting, the SEC Tournament champion’s long-range shooting was more than 12 percentage points below its season average.Additionally, UW managed to control the pace and keep Vanderbilt from scoring 60 points for the first time since Feb. 22.In their first-round matchup with the Grizzlies, the Badgers’ defensive numbers shone even brighter, as they limited the Big Sky Conference champions to just 49 points in the contest. Wisconsin – who ranks top in the nation in scoring defense, surrendering an average of 52.9 points – never allowed Montana to build a rhythm shooting the ball.En route to keeping the Grizzlies below 40 percent shooting from all areas of the hardwood, forward Jared Berggren recorded seven blocks, setting a Wisconsin record for most blocks in an NCAA tournament game while anchoring a Badger defense that won the battle on the glass by a 37-21 margin.Bench – 2.5 of 5It was a rather unremarkable stretch among bench players for a team often criticized for its lack of depth, as the Badgers received only 22 points from non-starters in the wins that landed them in the Sweet 16.Although streaky guard Ben Brust hit two critical three-pointers that helped battle off a surging Vanderbilt late in the second half, he accounted for all 11 of UW’s bench points. Senior Rob Wilson, the Badgers’ most consistent bench scorer lately, missed all six of his shots and was scoreless despite his 23 minutes on the floor. Similarly, freshman Frank Kaminsky struggled to find his rhythm and missed all four of his attempts.It was a familiar story against Montana, as only two Badgers – Wilson and Brust – who left their seat on the sideline managed to create some offense. The senior guard, though converting on just one of his three attempts from beyond the arc, was 2-of-5 from the field and sunk all five of his free throws.Brust scored his only points on a late three-pointer after the game was decided and picked up three fouls despite only seeing 14 minutes of play.Player of the Week – Ryan EvansAfter leading UW’s scoring effort against Montana with 18 points and eight rebounds, Evans followed up with 11 points to go along with five rebounds against the Commodores, doing it while shooting an impressive 66 percent from the field over the two game stretch.While Taylor outscored the 6-foot-6 forward over the past two games, Evans proved more efficient with the ball in his hands as he continued to solidify his role as a great secondary scoring option to the Badgers’ senior point guard. Although his three-point shooting is still a work in progress, Evans went 2-for-4 from long distance against Montana and Vanderbilt on his way to scoring in double digits for the 14th consecutive game.Evans’ effort on the defensive side of the floor may have been of even greater value than his offensive production, as he played a central role in anchoring Wisconsin’s stingy defense. The redshirt junior’s greatest defensive test awaits this week against a Syracuse team loaded with experience and talent.
CELEBRATIONS: Oloya (left) joins goal scorer Miya. PHOTOS KCCAUGGroup EUganda 1 Congo Brazzaville 0SundayEgypt v Ghana 7pmWhile many thought they should have scored more goals, Cranes captain Geoffrey Massa insists they did very well with the one shot past Congo Brazzaville.“Like I said before the match, all we need is a win. With the one goal we got, we got the win we needed and I am very satisfied,” Massa told the press, who wanted him to explain the many chances fluffed in the 2018 World Cup qualifier at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.Uganda’s goal came early in the game, with a rampant Farouk Miya striking after a good combination with Luwagga Kizito in the 16th minute.Belgium-based Miya beat Wolfrigon Ngobo from inside the box after passing unlocked the Congo defence.They did get some good chances after this, but the strikers, Massa especially, failed to find the net when it looked easier to score.Coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic weighed in by insisting Cranes results actually speak for themselves, saying Congo Brazzaville are not walkovers and should be respected. “Our aim was to create at least five chances, which we did. We knew we would miss some of them,” Micho said. He said thorough preparation was key to the current Cranes winning run, and said the team was still growing into the World Cup qualification matches.To those criticizing his team despite the win, Micho said, “you have a right not to like us, but please respect us.”He however lamented the poor turn up of fans. “I am not happy to see about 10,000 fans in the stadium to support a team that has qualified for the African Cup of Nations for the first time in a long time,” he said.The result put Cranes top of Group E.Standings P W D L F A PtsUganda 2 1 1 0 1 0 4Egypt 1 1 0 0 2 1 3Ghana 1 0 1 0 0 0 1Congo 2 0 0 2 0 1 0LIVE FEED#MujjeTulumbe TweetsShare on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP)—An Ohio State football recruit was shot and wounded twice in two months, and authorities believe the cases are unrelated. Jamel Turner, 18, was left in critical condition by a shooting early Saturday in Youngstown. A 17-year-old girl was killed in the shooting.Police Capt. Rod Foley said the case apparently was unrelated to a drive-by shooting on April 16, when Turner was wounded. Foley declined to discuss a possible motive for the latest shooting, but said Turner and Tracy Banks, who was killed, apparently were intended victims of a shooter who fired from outside a house.Police were trying to determine Turner’s relationship with Banks.Foley said detectives had identified a possible suspect, but no charges had been filed.Turner was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center, where he was listed in critical condition Saturday night with multiple wounds. Officials at the health center didn’t immediately return calls seeking a condition update for Turner.In the April shooting, Turner was riding in a vehicle with two others on Interstate 680 in Youngstown when a dark car with tinted windows pulled alongside their vehicle and began shooting. Turner sustained a gunshot wound to the lower left ankle and another to the right hip.Turner was a defensive standout for Ursuline High School in his hometown of Youngstown, but was declared academically ineligible last August. He enrolled in Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia, but left earlier this year.Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel issued a statement over the weekend saying that he was praying for Turner. Shelly Poe, a spokeswoman for the football program, said there would be no further comment Monday.Asked if Turner was still a recruit in good standing, Poe said, “He signed in February. That’s really where that is. Until he would report to campus we can’t really, I mean we don’t grade them by one way or another.”
JOCKEY QUOTES RAFAEL BEJARANO, VALE DORI, WINNER: “She was definitely ready today. I knew Finest City would be tough but I was only thinking about the break. (Vale Dori) was more focused today, more consistent. She broke beautifully from the gate.“When I saw that Finest City didn’t want to go to the lead, I just took control of the race and took it from there.“She was really focused today and she showed me a big kick in the stretch. She was tough.“Today was the first time I think that she was pressured almost the whole race. She showed me a lot of power, a lot of heart. I don’t think she minds coming from behind but having a clean break, I just took it from there.“I thought that from the first jump Finest City would be fast and would be on the lead. When I saw that she didn’t really want to go and didn’t relax into the first turn, I just took control and took advantage of (Vale Dori’s) speed. I just tried to relax my horse.“These are two nice horses but since I had the lead, I had the advantage.“The last time I worked her, about a week ago, she worked really good, galloped out well. I knew she would be really good today but the only thing was the break. Last time she had a bad experience so we just wanted her to relax and I didn’t play with her too much in the gate.” TRAINERIAN KRULJAC, FINEST CITY, SECOND: “My filly ran her eyeballs out. Running second in a Grade I isn’t all bad. I’m happy with how she ran.” –30– NOTES: The winning owner is Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa al Maktoum. TYLER BAZE, FINEST CITY, SECOND: “She ran great. This is probably just a little too far for her but she ran really well. I give the winner credit, she’d never been headed before and we were head and head the whole way.”
Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ “I did a lot of power tumblings,” said Capellan of his multiple somersaults that thrilled the judges at Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Center Hall 6.“I have that routine in my mind and I know exactly what to do,” said the 23-year-old Capellan, who retained the crown he won two years go in Singapore.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’Reyland Capellan celebrates his gold medal win in Gymnastics in the 2017 SEA Games. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/SEA GAMES POOLThe Masbate native said he was feeling nervous at the start of the competition, because “everybody is doing well, they are all good.”But Capellan, who competed in the World Championships in Glasgow in 2015, went for jumps that carried high levels of difficulty. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:11SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)08:07Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball05:21Drama in karate: Tsukii ‘very sad’ over coach’s bullying, cold shoulder03:24PH’s James Palicte boxing light welterweight final (HIGHLIGHTS) SEA Games: Bata, dela Cruz bow out in English billiards 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings National Historical team rescues Amorsolos, artifacts from Taal LATEST STORIES KUALA LUMPUR — Reyland Capellan has been practicing the same routine every day for the past two years.And when it mattered the most, practice made perfect. His routine, highlighted by a lot of high-score power jumps, won him the 29th Southeast Asian Games men’s artistic gymnastics floor exercise gold medal Tuesday.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Teen gunned down in Masbate Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas Reyland Capellan competes in the men’s floor exercise event of the gymnastics competition of the 29th Southeast Asian Games Tuesday at the MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur. Capelan scored 13.950 points to win the gold medal. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/SEA GAMES POOLHe totaled 13.950 points, enough to beat host Malaysia’s Zul Bahrin Bin Mat Asri (13.750) and Thailand’s Tikumporn Surintornta (13.600). The Philippines’ other entry in the final, 18-year-old novice John Matthew Vergara, finished eighth.“I’m very proud of what I did, because I trained very hard, but before the competition I was very very nervous,” said Capellan who will still compete in vault on Wednesday.Already he is thinking of his training for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. “We are forming a team for the Olympic training,” he said.His coach Aldrin Castaneda said Capellan and Vergara are being groomed to form that training team.ADVERTISEMENT 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as her Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano View comments