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Southland Gives Back: McNeese Athletics Partners with Toys for Tots

first_img“McNeese Athletics is proud to partner with Toys for Tots drive,” said SAAC coordinator Alex Haley. “Providing gifts to needy children during the holiday season is a great way for our student-athletes to give back to the community.”McNeese athletes from various sports spent the last month and a half collecting toys for their annual toy drive. The event was promoted throughout the Lake Charles community through social media efforts and various toy drives at an assortment of home athletic events around the McNeese campus.Toy collection spots were coordinated at all home athletic events beginning in November.  The Pokes also partnered with A.A. Nelson Elementary School students, who were each asked to contribute a toy toward the campaign. Athletes from all 16 sports were involved and collaborated to donate more than 200 items for the Toys for Tots organization. Toys for Tots began in 1947 and has since become an avenue for raising funds and purchasing toys. The organization currently distributes 18 million toys to seven million less fortunate children annually.As part of the “Southland Gives Back” initiative, the Southland Conference will profile a community service outing from each of our 13 member institutions this holiday season. LAKE CHARLES, La. – The McNeese Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) continued its tradition of participating in the Southland Conference’s “Southland Gives Back” initiative by partnering with Toys for Tots to provide holiday cheer to those in the surrounding Lake Charles.last_img read more

How Pochettino’s relationship with Spurs board deteriorated amid shocking slump

first_imgIT took Mauricio Pochettino five years to reach the peak and just six months to come crashing down.Tottenham have sacked arguably their best ever manager, even if their 2-0 Champions League final loss to Liverpool in May was a gloomy glimpse of the slump to follow.2 Ex-Southampton chief Mauricio Pochettino has overseen arguably the most successful five-year spell in the history of Spurs but now been sackedCredit: PA:Empics SportThis season’s mediocrity on the pitch and murmurings off it snowballed this month, leading to Tuesday night’s shock sacking at the end of the international break.Pochettino himself had heightened the speculation and discontent with an uneasy mix of weary words, frustration and optimism after the last few matches.Relegation form of 25 points in the last 24 games, combined with a Carabao Cup humbling by League Two Colchester and a 7-2 home loss to Bayern Munich, are stark stats.And it is also thought the pressure on Poch became stronger after Jose Mourinho’s team made it clear the ex-Chelsea and Manchester United chief would welcome the Spurs job.BLEAK NOVEMBERBut Pochettino’s main ‘mare is Tottenham’s shocking Premier League start, which further weakened his once rock-solid relationship with chairman Daniel Levy after what so far looks like a failed summer spree on Tanguy Ndombele and Ryan Sessegnon.Spurs are 14th, 11 points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City, after just three wins in their opening 12 games.And Poch has raised eyebrows with some of his comments in a bleak and now fateful November for the 47-year-old.Spurs’ month started with a 1-1 draw at Everton overshadowed by Andre Gomes’ broken ankle.Tottenham failed to cling onto Dele Alli’s opener after Son Heung-min was wrongly sent off for his part in Gomes’ terrible injury, Cenk Tosun heading the Toffees’ leveller midway through ten minutes of stoppage time.Poch can be spared analysis for this game as it hinged on the plight of Gomes.2 Jose Mourinho’s team have reportedly hinted he would be interested in the Spurs job, perhaps putting Mauricio Pochettino under more pressureCredit: PA:Press AssociationBut he said: “Talking only about football, it was a very difficult game. We were good but the game changed after the incident.”Next came what seemed, briefly, a rejuvenating 4-0 Champions League triumph at Red Star Belgrade, Son Heung-min scoring twice.Poch enthused: “We are happy for the performance.. the team was fantastic.”But even then he could not resist adding: “We have a big squad and when you have plenty of options you have problems too because someone is happy and someone is not.”And last up for Poch was the type of game so typical of the contrast between the woes of this term and the exciting, flowing progress under him in previous campaigns.LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Man City vs Chelsea, Rangers and Man Utd scores this coming weekend and win £100George Baldock’s freak equaliser deservedly earned Sheffield United a 1-1 draw at Spurs.And it left Poch desperately looking to the longer term like so many struggling managers do when they suspect time could be running out.As if struggling to give himself a vote of confidence, the ex-Southampton chief insisted a top-four finish was still achievable.He said: “If we are capable of finding the right balance to start performing in the way we expect, of course it’s still possible.“We need time to get everything right because we went back to five years ago where we were in terms of position, situations and stuff like that, so it takes time.“But we cannot move the club forward quick, to accelerate things, we can’t.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by Celtic”We need to stay calm and work hard because there is not another way to change this dynamic.”But now we know Levy disagreed. He believes there IS another way to change.But axing Pochettino, arguably the best manager in Spurs’ history, might just be the biggest gamble he ever takes, particularly after replacing him with Mourinho.last_img read more

FIFA proposes to extend contracts beyond June 30 and players oppose

first_imgThe proposal was met, at the outset, with the frontal opposition of the Spanish footballers union: “On the extension of the contracts of the footballers ending on June 30, we regret that the RFEF intends to follow FIFA, and assume this position, that of extending them, because the labor rights of the workers would be violated ”. Implicitly, this AFE statement makes it clear that FIFA has no jurisdiction over labor relations between clubs and players.The deadlines to signFIFA also talks about an exceptional situation in the market windows: “It is necessary to adapt the normal regulatory situation to the current objective circumstances. For this reason, FIFA will be flexible and will allow transfer windows to be postponed to take place between the end of the current season and the start of the next. “FIFA recalls that its recommendations come after meetings of a working group chaired by FIFA Vice President and President of the FIFA Soccer Interest Group Commission, Vittorio Montagliani, which also includes representatives of clubs, players , leagues, national federations and confederations.“We hope that this joint project, led by FIFA, constitutes a positive example of football’s responsiveness, and demonstrates our union, solidarity and willingness to reach agreements that allow us to face the difficult times that are yet to come. Before that, if there is a question that everyone should be clear about, especially at this time, it is that health comes first, long before football, “said FIFA President Gianni Infantino.There is also a reference to employment regulation records. It urges clubs and employees to reach collective agreements and take advantage of government aid programs. FIFA will only accept unilateral decisions to modify contracts if they comply with national laws. In extreme cases, offers the Dispute Resolution Chamber or the Player Status Commission. FIFA confirmed in a statement that it recommends prolonging the contracts of footballers that end on June 30 until the end of competitions of this season, which is already assumed to occur after that date.“Contracts normally end at the end of the season and the season end date coincides with the expiration date of the contract. With the suspension of football activities in most countries, it is obvious that the current season will not end on schedule. Therefore, it is proposed that the contracts be extended until the time the season actually ends. This measure corresponds to the original intention of the parties when signing the contract and will help preserve the integrity and stability of the sport, ”says the note.“From a sports perspective, it makes sense to do it this way, since the start of the first registration period usually coincides with the first day of the new season ”FIFA explains. And it refers to the Regulations of the Statute of Transfers and Players, “which defines the term season as the period that begins with the first official game of the corresponding national league championship and ends with the last official game of the corresponding national league championship.”The statement states: “In general, labor contracts should be governed by national law and the contractual autonomy of the parties. Taking this into account and, in accordance with art. 18, sec. 2 of the RETJ, the following is proposed:(I) If a contract expires on the original end date of the season, This expiration must last until the new end date of the season.(II) If a contract starts on the original start date of the next season, that start It should be postponed until the new start date of the next season.(II) In the event of an overlap of seasons or enrollment periods, and unless all parties agree otherwise, Priority will be given to the previous club to complete the season with its original team, in order to safeguard the integrity of national leagues, FM competitions and continental competitions ”.last_img read more

Remain Committed to Profession

first_imgThe president of the National Teachers Association of Liberia (NTAL), Rev. Ellen Fartu G. Varfley, has admonished   teachers and Educational workers across the country to remain committed to the teaching profession. They were also urged to exercise resilience in molding the minds of the country’s youths.Rev. Varfley noted that despite the stress and difficulties teachers in the country have endured, they still continue to play a meaningful role in helping to improve the country’s educational system.She reminded the teachers and educational workers that much more needs to be done to bring about total success in the educational system of Liberia, stressing that this can be achieved if only the teachers remain united and committed.It is sad, to note that while the educational system of Liberia was picking up, the country was hit by the deadly Ebola virus, which put a halt to all academic activities and claimed the lives of thousands of our citizens and foreigners, health workers and even NTAL  members, she said.    She admonished teachers and education workers not to be complacent in the face of the gradual slow down of the Ebola virus. It is not yet over, she warned, advising them to continue taking the preventive measures in order to save themelves from contracting the disease.“As we come to the close of this academic year 2014, I urged all of you to retrospect on the past,  where we came from, where we are today and where we want to be tomorrow. This can be achieved if we put aside our individual differences and make NTAL our common denominator,” Rev. Varfley added.Rev. Varfley made the call over the weekend during a year-end Representative Council meeting of the Association held at the National Headquarters on capitol Bye-pass adjacent the National Police Headquarters, in Monrovia.The Representative Council of the Association is the second highest decision making body comprising of NTAL local presidents from the country’s fifteen (15). It meets twice a year to review the activities of the association for the year and adopt new plans for the coming year.The NTAL boss also disclosed that in the face of the many challenges facing the Association, during the year 2014, the leadership was able to make some level of achievements.The NTAL president named the ongoing construction of the NTAL Headquarters project, the NTAL Credit Union deduction of shares and saving from members that registered with the Union, the establishment of the NTAL’s Anti-Ebola Task Force to buttress government’s fight against the Ebola virus and the placement of deleted teachers names’ back on government payroll.  This was a result of the dialogue conducted between the leadership of the Association and the National Government through the Ministry of Education.She commended all those institutions that responded to their request during the launching of the NTAL Anti- Ebola awareness Task Force.  These included the Canadian Teachers Federation (CTF), National Port Authority (NPA), Secure Risk Insurance Company and the National Social Security and Welfare Corporation. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Saito to limit running for time being

first_img“With anything else, I can go full speed.” The injury is believed to be so minor that Saito won’t have any trouble being ready for the April 2 season opener at Milwaukee. Meanwhile, Saito laid to rest any rumors that he was considering retirement last winter after posting 24 saves in what officially was his rookie season. Saito made it clear after last year that he wanted a contract that paid him well in excess of the going rate for a second-year player, something the Dodgers were under no obligation to do. But out of a sense of fairness to a player who had been a four-time All-Star during his 14 seasons in Japan, the Dodgers did give Saito a deal that could pay him up to $1.3 million if he maxes out his performance bonuses by finishing 60 games. “I never thought about retiring,” said Saito, who if he had returned to Japan would have been prohibited from pitching for a professional club there because the Dodgers retained rights to him. “From the very beginning, I knew I wanted to re-sign with the Dodgers. I told my agent to get me a fair deal, but at no point did I ever even think about what I would do if I didn’t sign a contract. I wanted to sign here, and I never thought about the alternative.” Feeling fine Andy LaRoche, one of the organization’s top position prospects, reported early because he is coming off arthroscopic surgery on his left (non-throwing) shoulder after last season. But LaRoche said he is fully recovered now, and club officials will spend the spring evaluating whether he is ready to play third base every day in the majors. LaRoche, 23, believes he already knows the answer. “In my own head, obviously, I am ready,” he said. “I think every player believes that.” LaRoche has a chance to beat out incumbent Wilson Betemit for the job. But if he doesn’t, LaRoche will begin the season at Triple-A Las Vegas so he can continue to develop by playing regularly instead of riding the bench for long periods in the majors. First day Pitchers and catchers will hold their first workout of the spring this morning, but the routine will change slightly with the arrival of new trainer Stan Conte. Following the usual team meeting each morning, players will go to the Holman Stadium outfield just off the clubhouse for a stretching-and-warmup routine. In the past, players were required to trudge all the way to the back fields, about 200 yards away, for morning stretch. “It’s mostly logistics because the (stretching) program we’re going to have will require us to come back into the clubhouse afterward before starting our baseball activities,” manager Grady Little said. The brief intermission will give players a chance to change into their spikes after their stretching routine, which will require regular-soled shoes. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! VERO BEACH, Fla. – The Dodgers’ first significant player injury this year – the player is significant, but the injury isn’t – happened on the other side of the globe. A few weeks after signing a one-year, $1 million contract to remain with the club, closer Takashi Saito was jogging in his native Japan on Jan. 15 when his right calf gave out. Saito stopped running for four weeks, then tried again last week in Los Angeles. But when he did so, he felt a recurrence of the pain. Although it was less severe this time, Saito felt compelled to report the injury to the Dodgers’ medical staff. Until further notice, Saito will be held out of any spring-training drills involving running. But that is merely a precautionary measure. He is still cleared to throw off a mound, something half the team’s pitchers will do for the first time today. center_img “When it happened a second time, I really wanted to make sure I took care of it so I didn’t have to worry about it,” said Saito, with traveling secretary Scott Akasaki translating. “That’s why I told the trainers. They don’t want me to cover bases or take part in any (drill) that has to do with running. last_img read more

USC celebrates win over Cal

first_imgStewart drained four 3-pointers to give him 220 for his career, breaking the all-time USC mark of 218 held by Brandon Granville (1999-02). His record-breaking shot came at an opportune time, as Cal had drawn within five points with a little over 13 minutes remaining. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Then the players lifted senior walk-on Chris Penrose – who hit a 3-pointer in the final seconds – onto their shoulders and carried him off the court. USC’s 84-66 victory over California in its final home game displayed everything that has changed this year within the program – the attitude, the attendance and the atmosphere. LOS ANGELES – USC senior Lodrick Stewart led the student section at Galen Center in displaying the university’s trademark victory sign as the school’s fight song played. Teammates surrounded Stewart, some going into the aisles, as the capacity crowd paid tribute to one of the Trojans’ best seasons since the Pacific-10 Conference expanded to 10 teams in 1979. The players paid tribute back for the electric atmosphere that built all season and reached a crescendo Saturday. center_img “We said from day one, we’re not going to beg our people to come out,” said coach Tim Floyd after his team played in front of a sellout Galen Center-record crowd of 10,027. “You have to earn those things.” USC has done that with a team that has defied all expectations. The Trojans (21-8, 11-5) are guaranteed at least fourth place in the Pac-10, will take second if they win both games in Washington this week and can wrap up third with a win or Stanford loss in the final two games. This for a team that entered the season picked to finish sixth in the conference and starting freshmen at point guard and power forward. “We’re playing for seeding now,” Stewart said. “There’s not a doubt we’re going to the (NCAA) Tournament. I think we’re going now, and the coaches feel the same way.” USC’s 15-3 record at Galen Center is its best home mark since going 16-3 in 1961. last_img read more

Five things to know about Croatia

first_img0Shares0000Mario Mandzukic celebrates Croatia’s win against England in the World Cup semi-final in MoscowZAGREB, Croatia, July 12 – Despite the prodigious talent of Croatia’s players, few expected The Fiery Ones to reach the World Cup final — a feat not seen for such a small nation since Uruguay reached football’s pinnacle in 1950.Here are five things to know about the country that on Sunday could become the ninth to have that hallowed star embroidered above its national crest: – Sports incubator –The country of around four million people, which became independent in 1991, produces an impressive number of champions.Apart from footballers, its national handball team scooped a world champions title as well as Olympic gold twice, while the water polo squad were also crowned world champions.Its top basketball players, Drazen Petrovic, who died in 1993, and NBA star Toni Kukoc bounced Croatia into the sporting spotlight.Tennis legend Goran Ivanisevic and current star Marin Cilic, as well as high jump champion Blanka Vlasic, have also made names for themselves internationally.And although Croatia has practically no ski resorts unlike neighbouring Slovenia, it boasts Alpine ski champions such as the likes of sister and brother act Janica and Ivica Kostelic.Croatians have their own name for football, “nogomet”, derived from the word “noga” for leg, making theirs among only a handful of languages not to have borrowed a variant of the word “football”. In neighbouring Serbia, whose language is practically the same, the word is “fudbal”.– The ubiquitous tie –The French side may wish to contemplate the phrase of Norman Davies in his book “Europe – A History”: “At all events, people who deny the influence of Europe’s ‘smaller nations’ should remember that the Croats have the rest of us by the throat.”The British historian was referring to a tie or cravat — worn every day by millions upon millions of men worldwide — whose Croatian origin reaches far into the past and is linked to love and devotion.According to Croatians, for centuries women tied kerchiefs around their darlings’ necks as they set off to do battle in foreign wars.Notably, Croat mercenaries wore them as they fought on the side of King Louis XIV during the Thirty Years War in the 17th century.The humble tie was soon accepted as a fashion accessory by the powerful French court, including the king himself, later spreading to Britain and throughout the world.Its association with the Croat nation resulted in the word cravat.Today, Croatians celebrate Cravat Day on October 18.– The Dalmatians –While the origins of the tie may prove a surprise to the rest of Europe, the country has another export that is universally known and loved.Of Croatia’s seven native dog breeds, Dalmatians, with their distinctive brown or black spots and elegant bodies, have won global fame thanks to Walt Disney’s cartoon “101 Dalmatians”, first released in 1961.Originating from the coastal region of Dalmatia on the Adriatic Sea, these friendly dogs were first depicted in a number of paintings and church chronicles from the 16th to 18th centuries, before becoming sought-after domestic pets hundreds of years later.– Carnivorous currency –  Though a member of the European Union, Croatia is not in the eurozone. Its currency the kuna was adopted in 1994 during the independence war to replace the Croatian dinar, which was a successor to Yugoslav dinar.Kuna means marten, whose fur was used as the currency in the Middle Age and is depicted on the face of the coin.The choice stirred controversy as the kuna was also the currency used by the country’s pro-Nazi Ustasha regime during World War II.– 1,000 islands –Tourism accounts for 20 percent of Croatia’s gross domestic product, with some 18 million visitors each year, many attracted to the more than 1,000 islands and islets scattered in the Adriatic Sea.Other tourist draws include the Istria hinterland, the Velebit mountain, and the Krka and Plitvice national parks.Croatia is also the country of “prsut”, a prosciutto ham that became the first national product to obtain the label of controlled European origin.In addition, Istria is known for its truffles, while the local fish soup “gregada” has no reason to envy Marseille’s bouillabaisse.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

LYIT points fluctuate as CAO round two results out today

first_imgThe CAO have send out the second round of offers this morning to hopeful third-level students. More than 2,573 offers were made this morning; 1,470 for Level 8 courses and 1,103 Level 6/7 courses.Nationally, courses at third-level institutions have fallen by 5 to 10 points on average, giving students who missed out by 5 points on the first round a chance to get enrolled on their ideal course. At Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Level 8 courses have fluctuated since round one. Honours Batchelor’s degrees in Visual Communication and Graphic Design fell by 25 points, Health and Social Care fell by 15 points, and Psychiatric nursing decreased by 10 points. Business with a language shot up on the second round, going from 210 points to 270.For level 6 and 7 courses, Agricultural Technology fell from 220 to 165, Agriculture fell from 250 to 225, Early Childhood Care, Health and Education went from 190 to 160, and Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Science fell 15 points. Level 8 courses  Level 6 & 7 LYIT points fluctuate as CAO round two results out today was last modified: September 1st, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CAOhigh pointslow pointsLYITPointsThird levellast_img read more

Raheem Sterling ‘verbally agrees’ new five-year contract at Man City

first_img Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? Sterling has 48 goals in 151 appearances for the club 2 targets Latest Manchester City News What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won BIG PRESENTS UP TOP shining Pep Guardiola gives Man City injury update and talks Christmas schedule “It’s well known we’re delighted with him and would like him to continue. My club knows my opinion and we share that. After that it is the club and the agent,” he said.Sterling has been capped 46 times by England and featured at two World Cups. Sterling had a blinder of a game during England’s Nations League win over Spain, scoring two goalscenter_img Sky Sports News understands the England winger’s representatives came to an agreement with City’s director of football Txiki Begiristain in the last few days and a deal is expected to be signed in the coming weeks.Sterling, 23, joined City from Liverpool in 2015 for £49million and has scored 48 goals in 151 appearances for the club.He enjoyed arguably the best campaign of his career in the 2017/18 season when he scored 23 goals in all competitions as City won the Premier League title with a record 100 points.In September, City boss Pep Guardiola stressed the importance of securing Sterling a new long-term contract. Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January LIVING THE DREAM Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars whoops PEP TALK REVEALED Raheem Sterling has “verbally agreed” a new five-year deal at Manchester City, according to reports.His contract had been due to expire in just over 18 months, which attracted interest from the likes of Real Madrid but now he will be tied to the Etihad Stadium until 2023. REVEALED Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 2last_img read more


first_imgThree first round heats of the A McLean Bookmakers 525 feature on tonight’s greyhound racing card at Lifford Stadium.There are 12 races down for decision. The runners are (first race 8.00pm):Race 1 (350 yards): 1, Ballougry Bound; 2, Cushie Willow; 3, Forward Fun; 4, Tarmac Ace; 5, Moss Bob; 6, Cloneen Dynamo. Race 2 Buy a Buster 350 (350 yards): 1, Final Drive; 2, White Zodiac; 3, Macsruso; 4, Mullrook Danaher; 5, Great Soprano; 6, Bardic Rose.Race 3 Booking Office 525 (525 yards): 1, Ballyhill Civic; 2, Tullna Island; 3, Bricken Rose; 4, Maybe Ted; 5, Maid of More; 6, Kilgrogan Theft.Race 4 Lifford €15 Special 350 (350 yards): 1, Bovally Mist; 2, Corrin Betty; 3, Gabby’s Mondays; 4, Tydon Marquis; 5, Myre Willow; 6, Lovely Myles.Race 5 “Like Us” on Facebook 525 (525 yards): 1, Counterfit; 2, Goodinthehood; 3, Quare Flame; 4, Shanmoyle Legend; 5, Castleroggy Lord; 6, Beraghill Monty. Race 6 Ultimate Dining Experience 750 (750 yards): 1, Raughlan Blaze; 2, Crossleigh Thyme; 3, Hanoras Dream; 4, Glenside Amber; 5, Corrina; 6, Canvas Picasso.Race 7 Lifford €10 Sizzler Deal 525 (525 yards): 1, Fridays Brett; 2, Tahina Sabrina; 3, Rocky Road; 4, Belindas Cruise; 5, Mongys Flyer; 6, Castleroggy Rust.Race 8 Christmas Party Nights 350 (350 yards): 1, Take Cover; 2, Whoop Whoop; 3, Imperial Tank; 4, Leosal; 5, Nosey Taz; 6, Castleroggy Keri.Race 9 A McLean Bookmakers 525 round one heat one (525 yards): 1, Westood Lee; 2, Tahina Kellie; 3, Helens Champ; 4, Bleu Paradise; 5, Natureofthetrade; 6, Hather Lock.Race 10 A McLean Bookmakers 525 round one heat two (525 yards): Farloe Pixie; 2, Gortkelly Turbo; 3, Rampant Razzle; 4, Kingsmill Aguero; 5, Smurfing Manx; 6, Aughduff Murt. Race 11 A McLean Bookmakers 525 heat one heat three (525 yards): 1, Thrill Me; 2, Turbine Tulip; 3, Hather Bonnie; 4, Mongys Girl; 5, Dartrey Snow; 6, Inontheact.Race 12 The Getting Out 525 Bumper Stakes (525 yards): 1, Golden Pearl; 2, Fridays Maybe; 3, Battle Born; 4, Gilti Aero; 5, Blackstone Maxx; 6, Do It Ruso.GREYHOUND RACING: TONIGHT’S LIFFORD CARD was last modified: September 4th, 2014 by johngerardShare 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:cardgreyhoundLiffordRacinglast_img read more