RSPL double-header set for National Stadium

first_imgIndependence Park Limited (IPL) has brokered a partnership with the Premier League Clubs Association (PLCA) for a Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) double-header at the National Stadium on Monday night. The scheduled Monday-night games will see Boys’ Town playing Humble Lion, starting at 5:30 p.m., to be followed by a clash between old foes Tivoli Gardens and Harbour View, which kicks off at 8:00 p.m. Both parties decided to come together to have games played in the nation’s best facility in an effort to aid the development of local football. Major Desmon Brown, general manager at IPL, the government agency responsible for the National Stadium complex, says that Monday’s games are being played on a trial basis. “It is a trial. We hope that it will be successful in order to continue playing Premier League games there,” Major Brown told The Gleaner yesterday. “The gate receipts will be shared 50-50 between the IPL and PLCA and the clubs will also earn.” “We want to go back to the days where successful clubs’ matches were held at the stadium in the right atmosphere. Now, it is part of the drive to develop local football,” Major Brown added. The IPL will be responsible for additional cost to stage the games. Meanwhile, general manager of the PLCA, Patricia Garel, says that the league’s title sponsor Red Stripe is also fully behind the matches being played inside the National Stadium. “Red Stripe is fully involved. We think that the selection of games would be good to attract spectators as it depends on the turnout on Monday night,” Garel shared. Only the grandstand section will be open with tickets going for $500.last_img read more

Djokovic survives ‘mini-me’ lapse to reach US Open 3rd round

first_imgNovak Djokovic of Serbia reacts during the men’s singles second round match against Tennys Sandgren of the United States on Day Four of the 2018 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 30, 2018 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images/AFPWimbledon champion Novak Djokovic made it harder than it had to be, but rediscovered his poise in time to pull off a four-set victory over Tennys Sandgren at the US Open on Thursday.Djokovic, winner of the title in Flushing Meadows in 2011 and 2015, defeated the 61st-ranked American 6-1, 6-3, 6-7 (2/7), 6-2.ADVERTISEMENT ‘I want to help you’: Umpire’s chat with Kyrgios at US Open raises questions “It was just me being me — the other me that my first me doesn’t like,” Djokovic said of the loss of concentration that cost him the third set.“I thought I played very well for the first two and a half sets and then I just lost it mentally,” said Djokovic, who had saved two break points in the opening set and was never in danger in the second.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“I got pissed off or something — at myself, my game or something. I’m not happy with the way I lost that concentration and composure there, but at the end of the day I managed to kind of regroup in the fourth.”With Djokovic suddenly struggling, more of the entertaining rallies went Sandgren’s way in the third set and he broke Djokovic for a 3-2 lead. View comments DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Peza offers relief to ecozone firms Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal LATEST STORIES Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Djokovic promptly broke back, and had a match point against the American’s serve in the 10th game. But he couldn’t convert and it was Sandgren — who put together a sparkling quarter-final run at the Australian Open in January — who seized control in the tiebreaker, speeding to a 3-0 lead and claiming the set on his second opportunity.Djokovic regained control with a quick break for a 2-1 lead in the fourth. He broke again for 5-2 and clinched the win on his second match point when he patted a ball just out of Sandgren’s reach.Djokovic will take on 26th-seeded Richard Gasquet of France for a place in the last 16.The 31-year-old Serb, who missed last year’s US Open as he battled an elbow injury that finally required surgery, broke out of a prolonged slump with his 13th Grand Slam title at Wimbledon.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ He followed that up with a victory over Roger Federer in the Cincinnati Masters final — both victories that he wasn’t expecting when he joined forces again with his old coach Marian Vajda with the aim of rounding into form in time for the last Grand Slam of the year.“It’s a work in progress still,” said Djokovic, seeded a modest sixth. “We are working daily on trying to perfect the game and put it together. Obviously the last couple months have been really, really good in terms of results. But we both still feel that I have lots of room for improvement.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial beginslast_img read more

Man City face FIFA transfer ban: report

first_imgEuropean football’s governing body UEFA is also looking into potential breaches of financial fair play, an investigation that could result in City being banned from the Champions League.A transfer ban for the Premier League champions would come less than a month after Chelsea were hit with the same sanction for 29 breaches of article 19 of FIFA’s regulations on the transfer and status of players.The west London club have already lodged an appeal against that punishment but were told by world governing body FIFA last week that the sanction would not be frozen while the case is being reviewed, as Chelsea had hoped.FIFA has been investigating City’s international transfers for several years, although the club were cleared of breaking the rules when they signed Benjamin Garre from Velez Sarsfield in 2016 just after the Argentine midfielder’s 16th birthday.According to the Sun report, FIFA believes City have crossed the line, though, in regards to their relationship with FC Nordsjaelland and the Right To Dream football academy in Ghana that is also owned by the Danish side’s president, Tom Vernon.Last year, two players from the academy, Sierra Leone’s George Davies and Ghanaian Dominic Oduro, told Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten that they signed for City and played in youth matches before they turned 18.Both have since left City — Davies now plays in Latvia and Oduro in the United States — but FIFA has been investigating their time with the English club.And that investigation was broadened later in 2018 when a second Danish newspaper, Politiken, published a story that said City had a secret deal with Vernon to have first refusal on the best prospects from Right to Dream.If true, that would be a breach of the rules preventing the third-party ownership of players, as City could be argued to have undue influence over another club’s players.Neither FIFA nor City were available for comment on Thursday.City have welcomed the UEFA investigation into allegations that the club tried to circumvent financial fair play regulations, and Blues boss Pep Guardiola said on the issue last week: “I said last season I trust a lot what the club has done because I know them. Hopefully they can solve it as soon as possible.”As well as Chelsea, Spanish trio Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Real Madrid have all been punished for signing under-age players from abroad in the past.Real were able to get their ban reduced on appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, an avenue Chelsea will also explore.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City face a transfer ban, according to a report © AFP/File / Adrian DENNISLONDON, United Kingdom, Mar 15 – Manchester City will be banned by FIFA from making signings in the next two transfer windows after they broke rules related to the protection of youth players and third-party ownership, according to a report in the Sun newspaper.The club are already being investigated by the Football Association and Premier League over allegations related to youth transfers and financial fair play rules.last_img read more

Culver City catches Redondo flagging

first_img“He is a great player and we gave him too many chances,” Redondo coach Gene Simon said. Banks, who led the state in passing last season, beat Redondo (2-3) more with his legs than his arm. He passed for two touchdowns to Antwon Moutra, but also ran for three scores and a handful of critical first-down conversions down the stretch. One such play came early in the fourth quarter when he ran from sideline to sideline, scrambling for 16 yards on fourth-and-8. The play lasted 18 seconds. Culver City (5-0) scored two plays later to take its first lead of the game, 24-21. “It’s quite bittersweet when you play against him. It’s sweet for the first five seconds when you think you’ve stopped him, but that feeling turns into rage for the last eight seconds when he gets away and runs down the field,” Simon said. “Every time, we called the perfect defense to stop him, but then he improvises.” Banks also was the beneficiary of a number of pass interference calls. Redondo was called for pass interference five times for 66 yards. Redondo’s Nick Jones was called for pass interference on three different plays, but helped make up for some of it with a 17-yard touchdown catch on a pass from Erik Wilson with 2:40 left in the game. But the score was too little, too late. Redondo’s best scoring chance before Jones’ catch came with the team clinging to a four-point lead in the third quarter. On fourth-and-3 at his team’s 45-yard line, Nick Garcia ran an inside handoff on a fake punt for 7 yards and a first down. But the drive ended four plays later when Gray was stopped a foot shy of a first down on fourth-and-1. “If we got that first down there and went on to score, we would have stayed in the ballgame a little longer,” Simon said. david.saunders@dailybreeze.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Redondo was flagged 11 times for 140 yards in Friday night’s 38-28 nonleague loss at Culver City. At one point, the Sea Hawks faced third-and-50 after three unsportsmanlike conduct penalties on back-to-back fourth-quarter plays, effectively killing the team’s last shot at reeling in Culver City. It was those penalties that nullified a three-touchdown, 257-yard rushing performance by Gray, who carried the ball 18 times. “The calls didn’t go our way and that was the biggest factor in the game,” Gray said. “They not only took away from what we were trying to do on offense, but they really brought the spirit of the team down.” Penalties not only stalled all but one of Redondo’s four second-half possessions, but also gave Culver City quarterback Darius Banks a fresh set of downs on four occasions. Banks made the most of those opportunities as Culver City outscored Redondo, 28-7, in the second half. NONLEAGUE: Centaurs quarterback Banks capitalizes when Sea Hawks falter. By David Saunders STAFF WRITER As precious fourth-quarter seconds ticked off the clock, Redondo running back Hayward Gray could do nothing more than shake his head at the result of a game that wasn’t lost on the line of scrimmage, but rather on the belt loop of the officiating crew. last_img read more

Crystal Palace v Liverpool live stream – Premier League football on talkSPORT

first_imgCLICK HERE TO STREAM CRYSTAL PALACE V LIVERPOOL LIVE ON TALKSPORT TODAY, KICK OFF 13:30 GMT.Liverpool bounced back from their League Cup final heartache to thrash Man City 3-0 in the Premier League, to give themselves a glimmer of hope of making the top four.But the Reds have a wretched record at Selhurst Park. Check out some of the key stats ahead of the game, which is live on talkSPORT around the globe and on national radio in the UK.– Crystal Palace ended Tottenham’s hopes of the treble with an unexpected 1-0 win at White Hart Lane that took them into the FA Cup quarter-finals.– An unlikely goal on a rare start for Martin Kelly, coupled with a vastly-improved overall performance, proved enough to secure a victory that will lift the mood that had been settling at Palace and inflict a rare disappointing note on Spurs so-far promising season. – With Tottenham also challenging for the Premier League title and Europa League, manager Mauricio Pochettino chose to again rotate his team from that which had drawn 1-1 at Fiorentina on Thursday.– Harry Kane, Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, and Eric Dier were recalled to his starting XI, while goalkeeper Michel Vorm retained his place in the absence of the injured Hugo Lloris and there were also rare starts for Josh Onomah and Nabil Bentaleb as Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld were rested.– Palace’s only victories in 2016 had come in the Cup. They had lost to Spurs in the Premier League only a month ago, and after this week taking his team to Spain for a training camp to prepare for this fixture, manager Alan Pardew surprisingly set his team up in a 4-4-2 formation, pairing Connor Wickham with former Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebayor in a front two and recalling the fit-again Joe Ledley.– As far as solutions to poor runs go – they had last won in the league on December 19 at Stoke – it was far from inspirational, but even then it surprised when Kelly began to emerge as the possible match-winner. – The full-back last played at former club Liverpool in November and was only selected in the absence of the suspended Pape Souare, though will know the in-form Spurs could easily have built an early lead.– Yohan Cabaye blocked a Dele Alli header off the line in the opening minutes, and though Walker almost headed an own goal over Vorm in the 14th minute – requiring the goalkeeper to recover and palm clear – Spurs’ threat remained greater.– If the hosts were then fortunate, they were far less so with another effort from Alli in the 23rd minute. Son Hueng-Min broke down the left wing, and after Damien Delaney dispossessed him, Alli collected the loose ball before curling against the far right post, watching the ball roll along the line before hitting the other and then being cleared off the line by Joel Ward.– On the stroke of half-time, however, shortly after Kane had tested Wayne Hennessey with a 30-yard free-kick, Palace’s, and Kelly’s chance arrived almost from nowhere.– Wilfried Zaha drew Rose out of position, and with Kelly overlapping on the right-wing, played the full-back into the area from where he impressively and powerfully struck high inside Vorm’s near post. – Though Spurs could do without further fixtures in their already busy schedule – and a replay was surely the last thing Pochettino wanted – he turned to substitutes Eriksen, Nacer Chadli and Ryan Mason in his pursuit of victory.– Yannick Bolasie, who had been missing since December 19 with a hip injury, returned as a second-half sub for Palace, creating a chance which was disallowed after the offside Wickham turned it into the net. They thereafter defended resiliently, securing the clean sheet which took them into the competition’s last eight. 1 talkSPORT brings you live coverage from Selhurst Park last_img read more

PAT THE COPE FIGHTS FOR NEW SPECIES QUOTAS FOR WHITE FISH VESSELS

first_imgDonegal MEP Pat the Cope Gallagher has tabled amendments on boar fish and for whitefish vessels fishing off the North West Coast including under 15 metres.On 05 April next, the European Parliament will vote principally to extend the existing transitional technical measures under the Common Fisheries Policy to January 2013.The European Commission is anxious to roll over the Regulation. However, Pat the Cope Gallagher MEP is aiming to amend this important regulation  so as to introduce an appropriate mesh size for the fishery targeting boarfish and separately to enable whitefish vessels and small boats under 15 metres to fish stocks other than cod off the North West coast of Ireland.MEP Gallagher stated “EU Ministers for Fisheries agreed in December to grant Ireland 67% of the TAC for boar fish.“However, the existing rules under the Common Fisheries Policy do not recognise this type of fish, which is caught in nets with a mesh size in the range 32-54mm.“Therefore, I decided to use the Regulation on technical measures as a vehicle to introduce the appropriate mesh size. Thus avoiding the need introduce new legislation, which would take too long.”  “The European Parliament’s Fisheries Committee strongly supported my amendment in February and I am confident that the plenary will formally adopt. The 27 governments are also supportive.”“I have also submitted amendments to allow whitefish and small boats under 15 metres to fish off the North West coast in Area VIa. Regrettably, the other political groups in the Parliament failed to support the amendments at Committee”.“Area VIa is effectively closed for whitefish with a significant loss of income due  to unworkable technical measures introduced two years ago for cod recovery.These vessels do not catch cod however the rules under the Regulation make it virtually impossible to catch other species such as megrim, monkfish, haddock and hake.“I am very concerned for the financial viability of vessels involved if these measures are not amended without delay.” “In addition particularly for vessels under 15 metres, there is an important health and safety concern which needs to be addressed as quickly as possible. The current mesh size effectively means that fishermen must steam approximately 80km out from their ports into dangerous waters in order to make a living.”ENDSPAT THE COPE FIGHTS FOR NEW SPECIES QUOTAS FOR WHITE FISH VESSELS was last modified: March 29th, 2011 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:fishing rights DonegaklPat The Cope Gallagherwhite fishlast_img read more

L.A. cold-case detectives swamped

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant “This is an extraordinarily important priority for me,” said Councilman Jack Weiss, who chairs the panel. Weiss, a former federal prosecutor, acknowledged that funding is tight in city government – facing a $270 million shortfall in next year’s budget – but he said the extra cops could save resources by arresting prolific felons who commit numerous crimes. Despite opposition from some civil libertarians, who objected to a requirement for DNA samples upon arrest and not just after conviction, Proposition 69 passed with 62 percent of the vote. By 2009, the measure will require police to take DNA samples from all adults arrested on suspicion of committing felonies, as well as all people convicted of felonies and serious misdemeanors. In the meantime, police agencies across the state have begun taking samples from a smaller group of arrestees and convicts. The samples get sent to state analysts who will soon be returning large volumes of data to local police. Last year, 5,000 DNA samples were collected each month in Los Angeles County. Officials expect an average of 6,000 a month this year. When the LAPD matches that information with its own evidence gathered from crime scenes, it could produce promising new leads in more than 350 unsolved cases, mostly sexual assaults and homicides, said Deputy District Attorney Lisa Kahn. “We’re going to have some very serious predators to investigate,” Kahn said. “But the cold hit is basically the starting point. … It’s the beginning of hundreds of hours of investigative work before a case can be filed and prosecuted.” The bulk of that work falls to the LAPD’s 3-year-old Cold Case Homicide Unit, which has six detectives working on about 80 cases. LAPD officials are seeking an immediate increase to 12 detectives and eventually want 18. The other key unit for the unsolved cases, the LAPD’s Scientific Investigation Division, has problems of its own. The division, which analyzes the crime-scene evidence that gets matched to DNA samples, has 30 employees squeezed into a facility built for nine as they await a new laboratory expected to open next year, said Steven Johnson, head of the division. “They don’t even have their own desks, so it’s a difficult situation,” he said. “The light at the end of the tunnel is the new laboratory.” The LAPD reserves almost all its analysis resources for violent cases, although DNA evidence will be collected in some property crimes in a new pilot program in the San Fernando Valley. One-third of citywide residential burglaries occur in the Valley, according to a city report, so the area was was chosen for the pilot program, funded with a $436,077 federal grant. The Public Safety Committee approved the pilot program while calling for another hearing in several weeks to discuss funding for more cold case detectives. Dan Laidman, (213) 978-0390 dan.laidman@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Los Angeles Police Department lacks enough detectives to handle a looming onslaught of DNA evidence that could help identify the culprits in hundreds of unsolved cases a year, officials said Monday. Police said the LAPD might need to triple the number of officers handling cold cases to pursue leads generated by Proposition 69, approved by California voters in 2004 to require that agencies take DNA samples from many suspects, as well as convicted criminals. “There is going to be just an avalanche of ‘hits’ coming down the road, and we need to prepare for that,” said Cmdr. Harlan Ward, head of the LAPD’s Detective Bureau. Members of the City Council’s Public Safety Committee directed the LAPD to work with city administrators to try to find money for the extra detectives. last_img read more

DONEGAL PHONE CUSTOMERS BLITZED IN BOGUS EMAIL SCAM

first_imgThe bogus email being circulated to Donegal customers this morning.Hundreds of eir customers across Donegal are being blitzed with a con email offering them bogus refunds.The email looks legitimate and claims to come from eir’s customer support team.It offers eir customers a refund and asks them to click onto a link to claim the refund. However the conmen operating the bogus scam have scored an own goal as the linked page appears – in Chinese!A spokesman for eir asked customers not to reply or engage with such emails.DONEGAL PHONE CUSTOMERS BLITZED IN BOGUS EMAIL SCAM was last modified: April 19th, 2016 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)last_img read more

LYIT COURSE GETTING TOP MARKS FROM JOB-SEEKERS

first_imgIt’s difficult to find a course that has found all of its students a guaranteed job.But the Financial Services Technologies (FST) conversion course at Letterkenny Institute of Technology is offering a chance for people to re-skill with promise of certain employment.The Higher Diploma in Financial Services Technologies course has had a 100% employment for all of its graduates so far. The Letterkenny IT is now offering this 10 month conversion programme in technologies for people who hold a degree or have relevant experience in this area.However people who may not have a background in computing will be considered. It can also be studied part-time over 2 years. Deadline for applications is 17 May, 2013.According to Michael Carey, Lecturer, “We now accept all disciplines, students come from business, accounting and other technical disciplines and people who don’t have a computer background with very little knowledge of the mainframe.“We also consider people who have worked in the “real world” for many years and may in fact not have a Primary Degree, but are able to demonstrate great enthusiasm for mainframe and programming, through RPL(Recognition of Prior Learning).” The programme was originally developed by LYIT to meet the needs of financial software companies and was developed in collaboration with a number of key employers from the financial services industry in the region. Work placement is a feature of the programme.“When Allstate and Pramerica teamed with LYIT, the result was an active collaboration that produced an enterprise computing curriculum, complete with all of the relevant details and syllabi needed to support it,” outlines Michael Carey, Lecturer on the programme. “So far the course has gone from strength to strength continuously adapting to meet the needs of industry which is one of the reasons for its highly successful employment rates of graduates.”The aim of The Higher Diploma is to develop a desirable a employable skills set in mainframe business systems and quality testing for the financial services sector with a strong emphasis in systems development using the business language COBOL. The programme adds a complementary future-orientated skills-set in client server business systems development, including database-driven and mobile platforms.Deadline for applications is 17 May 2013.To find out more contact Rory McMorrow Business School Administrator 074 9186210. or visit www.lyit.ieLYIT COURSE GETTING TOP MARKS FROM JOB-SEEKERS was last modified: April 12th, 2013 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:LYITlast_img read more

DONEGAL FAMILY AT WAR OVER OWNERSHIP OF FARM LEFT IN WILL

first_imgDan Gildea: Wants shedFAMILY members have taken each other to court in a bitter land dispute over a farm left in a contested will.There are a total of four separate claims to the land left by the late farmer William John Kennedy of Correnagh, five kilometres outside Letterkenny. Mr Kennedy died in 2007 aged 92 and left part of his farm to his niece Ms Nora Kelly and the other part to his nephew Jack Gildea.Ms Kelly, a nurse, had looked after the late Mr Kennedy for 10 years before his death.However Ms Kelly’s mother, Nora Gildea, 89, and two brothers Daniel and Christopher are now claiming various parts of the land.At Donegal Circuit Civil Court sitting in Letterkenny yesterday, Ms Kelly sought to establish ownership of the three pieces of land which are registered in her name.In a counter claim Ms Kelly is being sued for ownership for two pieces of land and a house by her mother, Mrs Nora Gildea.Christopher Gildea is seeking ownership of all the land left to his sister Nora Kelly while his brother Daniel is looking for ownership of a shed and some land around the shed.Daniel Gildea is claiming rights to the shed and land he claims he has worked on for more than 20 years.Ms Kelly told how her family had been subjected her to a “hellish” campaign of intimidation since she received three folios of property in the will.Ms Kelly said her lands were blocked and that her brothers would walk behind her and intimidate her.She claimed she was forced to call Gardai in 2009 when her nephew Trevor had held a party in her late uncle’s house and eventually an injunction against Chris and Dan Gildea and their families was granted last year after a number of other incidents, said Mrs Kelly in her evidence.Chris Gildea: Wants all the lands left to his sisterThe incidents included blocking access to her land by abandoned cars.On another occasion her mother had arrived with another man and had put horses into her field.She revealed she has received 27 sessions with a psychologist.“I was ready to crack up,” she said.In evidence yesterday Dan Gildea said William Kennedy allowed him to use a shed on his land in 1989 and moved into a mobile home while building a home close-by.He is now claiming ownership of the shed and the land around it.Barrister for Ms Kelly, Peter Nolan, claimed that scrap cars were put on the land after 2011 in a bid to make it look like they had been there for years.Dan Gildea’s sister Carmel McMonagle, Ann Molloy and Maura Brown all claimed their brother had worked on cars in the shed and around it for up to 20 years.The court heard that both opposing family sides had placed cameras on their plots of land to film each other.Dan Gildea’s son John told the court that the Kellys had made his and his family’s life hell.He also claimed Mrs Kelly’s husband Paudge had invited him to the lane to fight on two occasions.“We couldn’t even go outside our front door without a camera being stuck in our face,” he said.Jack Gildea, (67), told the court that he was executor of the will of his uncle William.He told Mr Nolan he ‘just didn’t know’ why his two brothers and his mother were suing his sister Nora and not him.He said that when he told his family of the details of the will around 2009 “they shook my hand.”He also described his uncle as being ‘mad about horses’ and he allowed anyone who wanted to use his land to do so.His uncle had been kicked by a horse in 1998 and his sister Nora had cared for him from then until his death in 2007 at the age of 92, he told Judge Mary Faherty.The judge asked him who had use of the disputed shed before 1989 when Dan Gildea had moved a mobile home onto adjacent land in order to start building a house there.“Willie John used it for cattle,” said Jack Gildea.The case, which is expected to hear evidence from Mrs Nora Gildea and Mr Christopher Gildea today, continues before Judge Faherty.DONEGAL FAMILY AT WAR OVER OWNERSHIP OF FARM LEFT IN WILL was last modified: May 15th, 2013 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:DONEGAL FAMILY AT WAR OVER OWNERSHIP OF FARM LEFT IN WILLlast_img read more