Carmicheal Peter, Al Samora Knight and Remington Francois remanded.

first_img Tweet Share Share 34 Views   no discussions Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! LocalNews Carmicheal Peter, Al Samora Knight and Remington Francois remanded. by: – April 18, 2011 Al Samora Knight. Photo credit: FacebookThree young men of Portsmouth have been remanded at the Stockfarm State Prison on the Charge of Taking Conveyance, complaint number 886 of 2011; Carmicheal Peter, Al Samora Knight and Remington Francois all 21 years old.According to Police Prosecutor, ” On 16th April, 2011 at Lagoon Portsmouth in the Parish of St. John you Carmicheal Peter and others did without consent of the owner take certain conveyance of Nissan Bus registration number HA 911 for your own use contrary to Section 14:1 of the Revised Laws of the Commonwealth of Dominica 1990.”The Police Prosecutor did not object to bail however none of the accused had sureties present to bail them.Magistrate Evelina Baptiste informed the three young men that “bail is open to all with proper sureties” and remanded in custody until Preliminary Inquiry at Porstmouth on 5th July, 2011.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Diakali heading to Aintree

first_imgWillie Mullins will rely on Diakali in the Doom Bar Aintree Hurdle on Thursday. Nigel Twiston-Davies’ stable star was badly hampered by the fatal fall of Our Conor at Cheltenham, but the way he flashed home up the hill suggested he would have played a part in the finish. The New One was narrowly beaten by Zarkandar as a novice in this race last season and Twiston-Davies and his jockey-son, Sam, will be hoping for a bit more fortune. Taking him on is former champion hurdler Rock On Ruby after connections decided to put a chasing career on the back-burner following an error-strewn round of jumping in the Arkle. Another reverting to the smaller obstacles is Nicky Henderson’s Grandouet. With Zarkandar likely to take up on option on Saturday in the Silver Cross Stayers’ Hurdle, Paul Nicholls instead relies upon Irish Saint and Ptit Zig in the two-and-a-half-mile contest. Alan King’s Grumeti, winner of the Grade One four-year-old juvenile hurdle at the meeting two years ago, completes the field of seven. The grey ran such a game race when finishing fourth under top weight in the County Hurdle when last seen at the Cheltenham Festival and takes on a classy field in Liverpool. The New One will attempt to atone for an unlucky run in the Champion Hurdle by aiming to go one better than 12 months ago. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Nenagh’s Donncha Ryan among starting 15 for Munster Champions clash

first_imgRob Kearney is at full back for Leinster for their clash with Toulon in France on Sunday.Fergus Mc Fadden and Captain Isa Nacewa are on the wings with Teo’o and Fitzgerald in the centre and Sexton and Boss in the half backs.Cian Healy starts in the front row alongside Rihcardt Strauss and Mike Ross while Devin Toner and Mike McCarthy are in the second row with Ruddock, Van Der Flier and Heaslip at number 8.Ten of the starting 15 started in last season’s 25-20 semi-final extra time loss to Toulon in Marseille.Ian Madigan and Dave Kearney are amongst the replacements along with Jordi Murphy and Jack Mc Grath.Tonight Ulster host Toulouse at Kingspan stadium while in the Challenge cup an injury hit Connacht welcome Newcastle.Both matches kick off at 7.45. The team is Andrew Conway at full back with Earls and Zebo on the wings and Saili and Hurley in the centre with Keatley and Murray in the half backs.Cronin, Scannell and Botha are the front row with Foley and Donncha Ryan in the second row and Copeland, O’Callaghan and Stander in the back row.Munster has lost their last two matches but Simon Zebo says the atmosphere in the camp is still good…last_img read more