CLOCKERS’ CORNER STAKES QUOTES-SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2019

Posted On May 31 2020 by

first_imgJOCKEY QUOTESDRAYDEN VAN DYKE, CONQUEST TSUNAMI, WINNER: “My first time on him. Pete said to try and make the lead. I watched film and know that last time on the hill, Cistron, Sadler’s horse went ding-dong with him on the lead and they went a little faster than I did today.“Today I was able to get an easy lead, well not necessarily easy, but when he’s able to be alone he relaxes better, puts his ears up, and then he kicks on better. So I followed instructions and it worked out pretty well today.”TRAINER QUOTESPETER MILLER, CONQUEST TSUNAMI, WINNER: “His time was awfully fast! He liked that one week turn around. He was doing so well, Gary Barber and I we’re not afraid to do that with the right horse, right situation, and sound horse.“If (the horse) has lots of energy and feels good, let’s go!“He’s gotten the short end of the stick with Stormy Liberal (Churchill Downs Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint Gr. 1) a few times and then he got hooked by Roy H (Santa Anita Palos Verdes Stakes Gr. 2) last week, so it was nice to find him in some better company.“Incredible(His feeling on  collecting two Eclipse awards), words don’t really describe the feeling, it’s a dream come true and I know it will never happen again so I’m just trying to enjoy it and see if we can keep them going another year or so.BREEDERS CUP AT SANTA ANITA: “Definitely, that helps they (Stormy Liberal & Roy H) both love Santa Anita, as I do, so it definitely helps us having the home field advantage and try for the “three-peat”.NOTES: The winning owner is Gary Barber who resides in Los Angeles, CA#7 CONQUEST TSUNAMI (Drayden Van Dyke) $70,000 Clockers’ Corner Stakes Owner: Gary Barber Trainer: Peter Miller Sunday, January 27, 2019 Santa Anita Park Arcadia CA. © BENOIT PHOTOlast_img read more


Johnny Grave Appointed WICB CEO

Posted On Jan 20 2020 by

first_img Grave is currently employed with the Professional Cricketers’ Association in the United Kingdom, where he spent the last nine years as commercial director, and has also held several senior leadership roles at English county side, Surrey. “Johnny has a proven track record of success in his career to date, and a huge amount of relevant experience, and will add exceptional value to the organisation,” WICB President Dave Cameron said. “Johnny was the unanimous choice of the interview panel and clearly shares our vision for the future of West Indies Cricket.” Indeed, Grave’s background appears to make him a perfect fit for the job, given the WICB’s tenuous finances, and never-ending disputes with players over pay, as well as terms and conditions of engagement, which has undermined performances on the field. The WICB said the top priorities for the new CEO would be the management and oversight of its US$40 million budget, the creation of new commercial opportunities, helping to drive revenue into the whole game, along with an increased focus on player relations and improved performances on and off the field. ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC): Hoping to expand its commercial footprint, improve its management, and develop a better relationship with players, the West Indies Cricket Board announced yesterday that Englishman Johnny Grave would take up the position of chief executive officer from February. Grave replaces Michael Muirhead in the post, following the Jamaican’s decision to step down last October, and was appointed following what the regional governing body described as “a rigorous recruitment process led by PricewaterhouseCoopers Barbados”. “I am delighted to have been given the honour of becoming the new CEO of the WICB,” Grave said. “I am genuinely excited by the opportunity of improving cricket at all levels within the region, and I am looking forward to working with the many stakeholders who are committed to the long-term development of West Indies cricket.” PROVEN TRACK RECORDlast_img read more


13-yr-old girl, uncle drown at Rockstone

Posted On Jan 12 2020 by

first_img…during outing at Fish FestivalBy Bhisham MohamedThe 12th annual Rockstone Fish Festival ended abruptly on Sunday following the death of a teenager and her uncle, who are suspected to have drowned in the vicinity of Golden Beach in Region 10.Dead are 13-year-old Yasha Prince of Bagotstown, East Bank Demerara and 50-year-old Gavin Moses, who resided on the West Coast of Demerara.The 13-year-old was celebrating her birthday, and travelled to the fish festival toA scene Sunday afternoon at the Rockstone Fish Festival after news spread of the drowningcelebrate with her family. Moses celebrated his birthday on Saturday.Based on reports received, upon spending some time at the fish festival, the nowThe body of 13-year-old Yasha Prince being removeddead teenager and her uncle, along with other relatives, boarded a private boat at the Rockstone waterway and travelled to the Golden Beach to take a swim. The Golden Beach is about one mile from Rockstone.After about an hour on the beach, Prince and two cousins, including Thalia Clarke, were diving in the water and suddenly drifted in the deeper part of the river. ClarkeAn inconsolable relativetold the Guyana Times that after she realized Prince and her sister were going down in the water, she went to assist, but only managed to save her sister. She explained that after she raised an alarm, her uncle Gavin Moses came to assist, but after pushing Prince onto shore, he went down, and was still missing up to late Sunday evening.“We try to do CPR, but she was already dead…We rolled her over and start pressA large gathering at the sceneher stomach, but she remained motionless”, Clarke said.Her uncle, she noted, reportedly called out to some guys who were close by, but they were unresponsive. She is of the belief that if the guys had come to their assistance, they would have managed to save the duo.Anthony English, another patron who was at the beach, said he heard the screams and went to assist, but as he was doing so, the now missing man held on to him and was pulling him down into the water. As such, he had no alternative but to save himself. He said that the teenager was already dead, but the man never made it to shore.Speaking with the Guyana Times, a health worker explained that she was at Rockstone waterfront when she received the message of the unfortunate incident.She, along with members of the Rockstone Tourism Authority and police ranks, rushed to the area, where she saw Prince in a motionless state; and upon checking, there was no pulse.However, the body of the teenager was taken to the Linden Hospital Complex, where doctors confirmed her death.last_img read more


Crusaders, Lions go on seven-try Super Rugby romps

Posted On Jan 6 2020 by

first_imgThe entire Lions front row scored as they punished 13-man Northern Bulls to win a high-octane local derby 49-35 in Pretoria.Melbourne Rebels are another team that have begun the southern hemisphere competition impressively, beating Sunwolves 37-17 in Tokyo for a second successive win.Rebels top the Australia conference by four points, Crusaders have a similar lead in New Zealand and the Lions have opened a nine-point advantage in South Africa.Coastal Sharks and NSW Waratahs drew 24-24 in a Durban contest that was always tense but riddled with handling errors.The Argentine Jaguares are the only side without a point after suffering a third straight loss by going down 34-9 to Wellington Hurricanes in Buenos Aires.Crusaders’ victory may have come at some cost with fly-half Richie Mo’unga suffering a suspected broken jaw.He was taken to hospital after colliding with Stormers prop Steven Kitshoff and could be sidelined for several weeks.Winger George Bridge again tormented Stormers, scoring two tries after notching a hat-trick the last time the sides met in Christchurch.– Second-half test –Crusaders turned around 31-7 ahead at half-time and while Stormers won kudos for a brave second-half comeback, they never threatened to pull off a sensational victory.“We started off pretty well but full credit to them, they came back and tested us,” said Crusaders captain Sam Whitelock. After beginning with a win over the Hurricanes, Bulls paid dearly for ill discipline as they were savaged by the Lions.Conraad van Vuuren was yellow-carded on 54 minutes for offside and fellow forward Nic de Jager went to the sin bin a minute later for collapsing a maul.The Lions added 14 points when numerically advantaged to go 42-21 clear and got a further try before Bulls scored twice in a late rally.“I was really happy with our mauling,” said Lions skipper Warren Whiteley. “We had to fight for the victory and there is plenty of room for improvement.”Stand-in Bulls captain Handre Pollard said: “Losing two players to the sin bin in quick succession proved too much for us.” Hurricanes reacted to a tongue lashing from coach Chris Boyd after losing at the Bulls by scoring five tries in Argentina to climb from last to second in the New Zealand conference.– Rebels double up –All the threequarters bar All Black Julian Savea scored for the former champions, who led 12-6 at half-time and pulled away in the closing stages.Reigning World Rugby Player of the Year Beauden Barrett started for the first time this season and slotted three of his five shots at goal. Mitch Short came off the bench to score a late try and Bernard Foley converted from the touchline to salvage a draw for Waratahs in an error-strewn match.Wallaby fly-half Foley kicked nine points, taking his Super Rugby total to 758. Fellow Test back Kurtley Beale retired injured in the opening half. There was never more than seven points between the teams and Sharks squandered several scoring chances to win after losing their opener at the Lions.“Sharks have only themselves to blame for not winning,” said SuperSport TV analyst and former Springboks coach Nick Mallett.“Their handling was poor, so was some of the passing and decision making, and they gifted two tries to the Waratahs.”After a first half that ended 10-10, Rebels pulled away to start a Super Rugby season with two victories for the first time.Jack Maddocks scored a hat-trick for the Melbourne outfit, whose chief goal-kicker Jack Debreczeni had an off-day, missing three conversions. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The Canterbury Crusaders maintained their imposing home record against South African teams © www.photosport.nz/AFP / John DavidsonBuenos Aires, Argentina, Mar 3 – Reigning Super Rugby champions Canterbury Crusaders and 2017 runners-up Golden Lions scored seven tries each on Saturday as they maintained great early season form with big bonus-point wins.Record eight-time title-holders Crusaders ran in four early tries en route to a 45-28 triumph over Western Stormers in Christchurch.last_img read more


Real Madrid set to offload £32m-rated Liverpool and Arsenal target this summer

Posted On Jan 3 2020 by

first_img Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema Liverpool and Arsenal are eyeing up a move for Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema when the transfer window opens.According to Mediaset TV, the European champions have decided to place the French frontman on the market after five seasons at the Bernabeu.Manager Carlo Ancelotti wants to sign a younger striker for the 2015/16 season and reports suggest Real’s owners will be looking to sell Benzema for a fee in the region of £32million.Arsenal were widely tipped to make a bid for Benzema last summer and are still on the market for a striker, while Premier League rivals Manchester City have also been linked with the France international.But a move back to his homeland could be on the cards for the 27-year-old, with Paris Saint-Germain reportedly his preferred destination. 1last_img read more


COMMUNITY NEWS: WELL-KNOWN US REVEREND TO SPEAK AT PRAYER MEETING IN BRUCKLESS

Posted On Dec 28 2019 by

first_imgBruckless/Killaghtee/ Dunkineely notes 28.09.15 Dunkineely Community Ltd Office HoursPlease note that DCL Office Hours will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Tuesdays and Thursdays are dedicated to projects outside the office. If someone is in the office on these days, please come in.Ice Cream Funday An Ice Cream Funday, to raise funds for Down Syndrome Ireland, will be held at the old Methodist Manse, Dunkineely, on Friday the 2nd October from 1:00pm to 4:30pm. So Kids, get you mum or dad to take you to this event after school. There will be free ice cream, a climbing wall, colouring, face painting, a bouncy castle and a cuppa and bikkies for parents. If it is raining, the bouncy castle will be in the Methodist Hall. We would like to acknowledge the kindness of Andrew Deane for providing the bouncy castle, at a concessionary rate, and to other community members who have provided sponsorship… you know who you are; thanks!Irish Heart Foundation Fund RaiserA 5km walk/run will take place at Bruckless on Sunday 4th October 2015.Registration begins at 2:30pm in the chapel car park; the walk/run starts at 3:00pm. €5 Entry fee per adult… everybody is welcome to come along.For more information contact Teresa on (087)1265544Harvest ServicesHarvest Services will be held in the Methodist Church, Dunkineely at 7pm on Sunday 4th October; the Guest Speaker is Rev John Montgomery. Another Harvest Service will take place at the same venue, on Monday the 5th October; at 7pm. Supper will be served after both services. All are welcome.Shoe Box Appeal The Annual Shoebox Appeal is upon us again – here’s what to do!Wrap the box and lid separately with Christmas paperPlease include a selection of small gifts from the options below (but out of respect for the children we ask that all items be new, or good as new)Items for school – like a pen, pencil, copy book, paper, colouring book, felt pens, sharpener, eraser, solar calculator.Some hygiene items – toothbrush and toothpaste, soap (wrapped please), facecloth, hairbrush, comb.Small clothing items – a hat, scarf, gloves, socks or underwearA wee treat – sunglasses, game, small Irish gift, a photo of yourself, sweets (must be in date until at least March 2015), make up, a small musical instrument, toys like a doll, a car, cuddly toy, skipping rope, yo-yo, a finger puppet.Please don’t put in … Food (apart from sweets), chocolate, medicines of any kind,   war related items, large clothing items, anything breakable, any liquids that could spill or freeze, sharp items, scary things (like halloween stuff, or skull and crossbones or books with words).Put a Label on the box indicating if the presents are for a boy or girl and for which age group.Include €4 in an envelope either on top of the gifts or taped to the inside of the lid.With elastic band – please don’t seal with tape as we need to check contents to comply with regulations.Drop it off the nearest participating school or at the DCL office (on Tue, Wed or Friday between 9:30 and 12:30) before November 10th.We reserve the right to remove any items listed above that are not suitable or dangerous for the receiving child.For more information contact Rev Desmond Davis on 9737052 or check out the Team Hope Website at https://secure.teamhope.ie/csa-fillNaomh UltanThere was no winner of the Royal Flush Jackpot; the numbers were 2, 5, 16 and 21. Consolation prizes went to Carol McGinley, Mill Road; James McGowan, St John’s Point and Danny Shovlin, St John’s Point. Next week’s Jackpot is €760; thank you for your support.The Club’s 25 Card Drive has started again for the winter months in Mary Murrin’s Bruckless, on Wednesday evenings from 9:00pm.The club’s Scór na nÓg takes place in Dunkineely Community Centre on 11th October, commencing at 5:00pm. Come along and enjoy a good evening’s entertainment.As you are no doubt aware, last Sunday’s county junior final was a draw – watch this space for details of the rematch.Music LessonsMusic Lessons will be held at the Dunkineely Community Ltd Office building on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week from 3:30 to 9:00pm. For further information contact 087 9644019.Healing CircleJanet Deane, will be facilitating a ‘Healing Circle’ at the DCL office building on Monday mornings from 10-12am. All are welcome. For more information ring Janet on 087 6123214.C FishC Fish, a fish processing company in Dunkineely, are inviting discussion, comment and feedback on their proposals to eliminate the traffic nuisance of their vehicles on the Main Street of Dunkineely. C Fish operate in a rather cramped site and they propose to eliminate the nuisance by greatly enlarging their onsite turning area for vehicles. They believe enlarging their cold storage capacity will also reduce the number of lorries calling to the site; they have no plans to increase production capacity or to intensify production activity at the site. Preliminary drawings, and other information can be viewed at C Fish; in the windows of the property to the left of the café; and at Dunkineely Community Ltd. C Fish can be contacted at cfish@eircom.net or at 074 9737254, or by calling to offices during office hours. Dunkineely Community Ltd neither approves nor disapproves of the proposals but wishes to promote discussion on anything that might affect our local community.Parents Plus CoursesTír Boghaine Teo will run one of the following courses (depending on numbers) for Parents of Children from 1 – 6 years, 6 – 11 years & 11 – 16 years commencing in October for 8 consecutive weeks.  Topics include supporting your children’s Self-Esteem & Confidence, Establishing daily routines by setting rules and boundaries, Managing misbehaviour and conflict, Communicating Positively & Effectively with your children.  A course will either be run in Killybegs or Carrick, depending on interest, and there will be another run in Donegal Town. To book a place on the course or for further information contact Katy McShane in  Tír Boghaine office on 074 9733111.Adult Education Courses for ParentsLearning for Living ProgrammeAt the Kitchen TableLearn; how to help your child with spelling, maths & the computer, how children learn to read & write, and how to cope with difficulties.Story SacksMake a sack to go with a storybook, explore reading techniques & phonics. Make reading fun.Understanding PhonicsHelp to understand the phonic system and learn the letter sounds.English/Irish LanguageSpelling, grammar and using your vocabulary to help with homework.Maths for ParentsBrush up on primary school maths. Maths for Junior Cert Parents. Introducing project maths and helping with the move to secondary school.Helping with Junior Cert EnglishSupporting parents with writing skills, reading novels & poetry.Courses are free of charge and can be organised when 7 or more parents are interested. Courses are held at a venue suitable for the group and run for 2 hours per week for 6-8 weeks.Courses will be run by Donegal Education Training Board in Killybegs, Donegal and throughout the county.Contact Adele on 0868207338 to book your place on this course!Global Development CourseIrish Aid will be running a QQI (FETAC) LEVEL 6 COURSE IN GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT. The course will take place over 6 days (9.30 – 4.30) 7th, 8th and 22nd of October and the 5th, 25th and 26th of November at the Public Services Centre in Letterkenny. The cost is €100 including lunch and refreshments (€50 is refundable upon course completion). For further information contact Kate Wilkinson on 074 936 2218 or kate@inishowen.ieBluestack Ramblers’ Walks for October4 OctoberThere will be a 5 hour strenuous walk on Dooish, led by Brian Boyle & Terry Parker. Meeting at Millbridge Filling Station, Kilmacrennan, at 10.00 a.m. For more information, ring 087 7999216.11 OctoberThere will be a 3-3.5 hour moderate walk on up the Grey Mare’s Tail, led by Eileen & Mick Mc Gonigle. Needless to say, there will be some steep ground. Meeting at the Tourist Office Donegal Town 10.00 a.m. For more information, ring 086 8443838.18 OctoberThere will be a 3 hour easy to moderate walk to Bells Isle Murvagh, led by Bernard McGlinchey. Meeting at the Tourist Office Donegal Town 10.00 a.m. For more information, ring 086 2187609.25 OctoberThere will be a 3 hour easy to moderate walk in Tramore Sandhills, led by Alan & Betty Slane. Meeting Maloneys Filling Station, Killybegs Rd., Ardara  10.00 a.m. For more information, ring 0044 86047136.Hurry! Hurry! Autumn Program of CoursesDCL is trying to put together an autumn program of courses and would love to hear for people who are interested in any of the following courses.Basic Computers*Calligraphy*1st Aid (Basic 1 day)*1st Aid (3 day Occupational) *Defibrillator CourseCreel Making*Carpentry*Art*Creative WritingInterior design *Upcycling (i.e. converting old and waste materials into something new and useful)Family HistoryThe courses marked with an asterisk (*) have been run before.If you are interested in any of the above, please call to the DCL office, phone us on 0749737678 (9:30-12:30) or email us on dunkineelycommunity@gmail.com. Also if anybody has any ideas for courses, please let us know.Photoshop – An Introduction To Image ManipulationDunkineely Community Ltd is hoping to run an introductory course for people who already have Photoshop on their computers. Contact us if you are interested on 074 9737678 (9:30-12:30) or at dunkineelycommunity@gmail.comCeol agus CraicTraditional music session each Wednesday at McIntyre’s Bar, Dunkineely at 10pm. All musicians and singers welcome.Recovery from Emotional DistressG.R.O.W. – Gradually, Regaining, Our, Wellbeing! Support and a program for recovery. Weekly Meetings at Niall Mor Centre, Killybegs on Thursday evenings at 7:30pm. Also in the Day Hospital, adjacent to Donegal Hospital on Tuesday evenings at 8:00pm. For further information contact Marian on (086)7856912. All are welcome.DCL OfficePlease feel free to pop into the office any morning Mon-Wed-Fri 9.30-12.30 and chat with Michael, use the Internet (20c per half hour),  print or photocopy documents (20c per page) or borrow a book (20c per book).Going on a Sun Holiday?Print your Boarding Pass with us in the DCL office.Researching a Family Tree?DCL has a copy of the adjoining Methodist Church index of Births & Marriages 1860 -1899 (Ardara and Dunkineely). Also the Burials Register for the same congregations from 1950 to 2007.LibraryDunkineely Community Ltd (DCL) –  Has a small library of over 500 books from Children’s Literature, Teenage Fiction (The Fault in our stars), Classics (Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice), Horror, Comedy, Booker-Prize etc.  Borrowing 20c per book.Local CouncillorOur local councillor Niamh Kennedy is available at a convenient time for anyone who wishes to meet. She may be contacted at (087)2062336 or at niamhkennedy@donegalcoco.ie.Bride of Christ Christian FellowshipAre having a woman’s prayer meeting at 11:00am on Saturday 3rd October at their premises in Bruckless. The keynote address will be given by Rev Pina Meade, a gifted speaker from the USA. Come along and hear her and be blessed. All are welcome. Light refreshments served. For further information phone 0863464046.COMMUNITY NEWS: WELL-KNOWN US REVEREND TO SPEAK AT PRAYER MEETING IN BRUCKLESS was last modified: September 28th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:CommunityFeaturesNoticeslast_img read more


SHOCK AS FINN HARPS PULL OUT OF ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE

Posted On Dec 27 2019 by

first_imgThere has been widespread shock and anger this evening following the news that Finn Harps have withdrawn a side from the USL interim season.Harps have pulled out of the league after only two fixtures, and the announcement has prompted a negative reaction towards the clubs from leading soccer officials in the county and players in the league.The much maligned USL has seen the standard diminish over the last numbers of years, and that has forced USL executives to return to winter football. It was deemed that the summer model didn’t work and the majority of clubs decided to opt back to a winter format.However, before they return to winter football, a short six-team interim season was to be held and got underway a fortnight ago.However, tonight Finn  informed the USL board of its decision to pull out of the league.That announcement has been met by anger from current USL players who have slammed Harps for letting this situation happen. Many are perplexed that a senior club can’t gather enough players to regularly field a team for the short TEN game season.They’ve been slammed on Facebook and Twitter forums following the news, and after all the positivity coming out of Finn Park over the last few weeks regarding the academy and first team, it’s a devastating and embarrassing blow to the club.The USL will now soldier on with just five teams from the remainder of the season.SHOCK AS FINN HARPS PULL OUT OF ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE was last modified: February 24th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:finn harpsnewssoccerSportUSLlast_img read more


PEOPLE TO OPEN THEIR HEARTS TO FAMILY OF TRAGIC BROGAN SISTERS

Posted On Dec 25 2019 by

first_imgAlmost a month after two sisters were killed in a tragic housefire, the people of Letterkenny have come together to help the well-known Brogan family.Jody BroganThere was a huge outpouring of grief when sisters Jody, 28, and Angie, 27, died in the blaze at Ceannain View near Mountain Top on January 3rd.The deaths of the two young women, who were very well-known in the area, saw a huge crowd at their joint funeral. Gardai are still investigating the cause of the accidental blaze but have not ruled out that a cigarette may have started the blaze.Now a committee of 16 local people in Letterkenny have come together in a bid to help the Brogan family.Anngeline BroganUnder the guidance of chairman of local man John McCollum, the group has now organised a fundraising dance.The dance, who features a number of bands, will take place at the Station House Hotel on Friday, February 7th. Meanwhile an account has also been set up at the local Bank of Ireland branch for anyone who wishes to make a donation, large or small.The account number is 29259868 and the sort code is 904915. PEOPLE TO OPEN THEIR HEARTS TO FAMILY OF TRAGIC BROGAN SISTERS was last modified: January 24th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:Angie Brogandonegalfirefundraiserjody brogankilledletterkennylast_img read more


49ers at Ravens: 5 keys to winning NFL’s Super Bowl preview

Posted On Dec 20 2019 by

first_imgBALTIMORE – Break out the seven-layer dip and chicken wings, the Super Bowl LIV pregame show starts Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.That’s the dramatic pull as the 49ers (10-1) and Baltimore Ravens (9-2) square off as Super Bowl contenders, so says the NFL standings.“You think the 49ers are going to the Super Bowl?” Ravens safety Earl Thomas said t oreporters Wednesday. “It could be. Let’s see. … When the Super Bowl comes, whoever we play, they’re going to be in trouble.”Disrespect toward the …last_img read more


Do not delay wheat harvest

Posted On Dec 17 2019 by

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Wheat harvest date impacts both grain yield and quality. Delaying wheat harvest puts the crop at risk for increased disease, lodging, sprouting, and harvest loss. Last year in Clark County, we evaluated wheat harvested on June 29 (at 12% moisture content) and July 8 (at 14% moisture content). Grain moisture increased between June 29 and July 8 due to 0.58” rain between the two dates.When wheat harvest was delayed until July 8, yield decreased by nine bushels per acre, test weight decreased by 2.9 pounds per bushel, and DON level increased by 0.86 parts per million. Using a grain price of $4.50 per bushel and discounts from a local elevator, the difference the delayed wheat harvest resulted in a loss of $87 per acre compared to the June 29 harvest.With funding from the Ohio Small Grains Marketing Program, we are continuing this research. However, we will be comparing grain yield and quality of wheat harvested at ~20% moisture to ~13% moisture.last_img read more