Twitter Linkedin GARRYOWEN native Derek Murphy is missing after his boat capsized on the Mississippi River on Saturday afternoon near New Orleans.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Derek, who is in his forties, was a member of the Garryowen AIL League winning team in 1991.According to the US Coast Guard Mr Murphy and the man he was travelling with were last seen on Saturday at about 2.30pm.A search and rescue operation using a helicopter and several boats carried out by members of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries lasted for three days.It is believed that the two men got into difficulty when their small, light, flat bottomed boat became stuck amid a fleet of barges.The Mississippi river is said to be dangerous for small boats and unfortunately neither man was wearing a lifejacket.Mr Murphy, who worked in the construction industry, emigrated to the US more than ten years ago. Rhebogue councillor Kieran O’Hanlon said that it was a terrible tragedy, “From a community point of view, my sympathies go to his family who have been very active with Richmond Rugby and Geraldines soccer club”. Facebook Print WhatsApp Advertisement Email NewsLocal NewsLimerick man missing following Mississippi boating accidentBy admin – May 4, 2010 645 Previous articleMaytime is music time in cityNext articleMinister for Sport considers Market’s Field issue admin
Brad James Tags: North Sevier Football/South Sevier Football Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFootballNon-RegionSALINA, Utah-Landan Gale ran for 265 yards on 15 carries and four scores as the North Sevier Wolves overpowered South Sevier 28-7 Friday in non-region football action in the season opener for both squads.Gale’s touchdown runs came on carries of 11, 74, 57 and 7 yards.Gale’s 74-yard score was a bellwether moment in the game as the Wolves were facing a 2nd and 37 situation and changed momentum for a 14-0 lead in the 1st Quarter.Landan Gale eradicates a 3rd and 37 situation for North Sevier with a 74-yard touchdown run for the Wolves. Gale (4 car, 91 yards, 2 TD’s) is on fire for North Sevier. The Peterson PAT is good. 14-0 Wolves with 5:30 left in the 2nd Quarter.— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) August 15, 2020The Wolves outrushed the Rams 311-62 and when South Sevier had sustained drives, the Wolves repelled them on two occasions.These included South Sevier signal-caller Noah Ramsey (13-18, 178 yards, INT) being picked off by Kanin Boswell in the first half when the Rams were in the red zone and Drexton Olsen sacking Ramsey in the 4th Quarter, snuffing out South Sevier’s last-gasp hope to score. Olsen had two sacks on the evening to pace the North Sevier defense.Nathan Snyder added five carries for 41 yards for the Wolves in a complementary role.The 1-0 Wolves seek to complete the Sevier County sweep as they visit Richfield August 21 at 7:00 pm.This is also a Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network broadcast. Check midutahradio.com for more information.South Sevier visits Enterprise next Friday, August 21, at 7:00 pm. This is not a broadcast on the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network.KANAB, Utah-Bracken McQuivey had scoring runs of 92 and 20 yards and the Kanab Cowboys pulverized Monticello 70-0 in non-region football action Friday. Travis Stewart added scoring runs of 70 and 3 yards for the Cowboys and also had a 70-yard punt return for a score for Kanab. Derek Houston contributed a 28-yard touchdown pass to Kason Janes for another Cowboys score.The Cowboys also received scoring runs from Michael Warino (10 yards), Karson Blomquist (45 yards) and Parker Franklin (40 yards) in the rout. Wyatt Kennedy also returned an interception five yards for another score to bolster Kanab.NEPHI, Utah-Chase Ingram, Jared Dye, Shan Jackson and Grant Orme each ran for scores as the Juab Wasps routed Parowan 33-14 Friday in non-region football action. Ryker Richards added field goals of 22 and 32 yards for Juab in the win.BLANDING, Utah-Jace Palmer threw three touchdown passes and the San Juan Broncos downed Delta 26-19 in non-region football action Friday. Austin Topham threw touchdown passes to Britton Smith (33 yards) and Trey Butler (15 yards) and Oran Finlinson added a 4-yard scoring run in the loss for the Rabbits.FILLMORE, Utah-Jed DeGraffenried had scoring runs of 1, 45 and 5 yards as the Millard Eagles waxed Emery 25-12 Friday in non-region football action. Braxton Bond threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Dakota Maxfield as well in the win for the Eagles.MILFORD, Utah-Bo Hardy threw touchdown passes of 79 and 6 yards to Bret Beebe and ran for three touchdowns (24, 3 and 23) as the Milford Tigers pounded South Summit 38-20 in non-region football action Friday. Casek Hardy added an 80-yard touchdown run in the win for the Tigers.GRANTSVILLE, Utah-Landon Bowles threw five touchdown passes, leading the North Sanpete Hawks to a 47-31 rout of Grantsville Friday in non-region football action. Magnus Clawson had scoring receptions of 24, 22 and 21 yards for the Hawks.RICHFIELD, Utah-Gavin Brown threw touchdown passes to Max Robinson (5 yards) and Jake Hyatt (21 yards) as the Richfield Wildcats edged Hurricane 24-21 in non-region football action Friday. Kasey Giddings added a 2-yard scoring run for Richfield and Kordell Morgan nailed a 37-yard field goal for the Wildcats in the win over the class 4-A Tigers.BEAVER, Utah-Turner Williams had scoring runs of 6, 20 and 9 yards and returned a punt 68 yards for another score as Beaver pounded Grand 69-0 Friday in non-region football action. EJ Allred returned a fumble 16 yards for a score and retured a punt 35 yards for another touchdown while also adding a 3-yard scoring run for the Beavers. Jayton Jessup added scoring runs of 6 and 24 yards and Ayden Bradshaw stepped up with an 11-yard scoring run for Beaver.ST. GEORGE, Utah-Tyler Brown threw a 76-yard scoring toss to Packer Butler to cap off a crazy 4th Quarter as Crimson Cliffs downed Manti 20-15 in non-region football action Friday. Jax Parry threw a 24-yard scoring pass to Kent Larsen followed up by an Austin Cox 2-point conversion run to give Manti a 15-14 lead before the Mustangs’ heroics seconds later. Parry also threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Alex Cox in defeat for the Templars. Brown also threw scoring passes of 65 and 2 yards to Chase Hansen for the Mustangs in the win.VolleyballNon-RegionST. GEORGE, Utah-The Dixie Flyers swept North Sanpete 3-0 Friday in non-region girls volleyball action. The Flyers prevailed 25-23, 25-23, 25-23 over the Hawks to obtain the straight sets victory.OREM, Utah-The Timpanogos Timberwolves gashed Richfield 3-0 in non-region girls volleyball action Friday. The Timberwolves earned the straight sets win over the Wildcats, 25-11, 26-24 and 25-21.MANTI, Utah-The Manti Templars overpowered Class 6-A Kearns 3-0 Friday in non-region girls volleyball action. The Templars prevailed 25-13, 25-12 and 25-16 over the Cougars.ST. GEORGE, Utah-The Crimson Cliffs Mustangs pounded Piute 3-0 in non-region girls volleyball action Friday. The Mustangs pounded the Thunderbirds 25-9, 25-17 and 25-10.Girls SoccerNon-RegionNEPHI, Utah-Addison Newman found the net twice and the Canyon View Falcons doubled up Juab 4-2 in non-region girls soccer action. Josephine Kay and Marissa Hall each scored for the Wasps. August 14, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 8/14
CWAG Alliance Partnership Develops Cross-Border Legal Relationships INDIANAPOLIS – In recognition of his commitment and ongoing efforts to build relationships with attorney general counterparts in countries like Mexico and Cuba, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has been named to the Alliance Partnership of the Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) Advisory Board.Zoeller has been involved for several years in multi-state and bi-national efforts with other state AGs to combat international crime, and support rule of law in both the U.S. and Mexico.“I am honored to continue my involvement in the Alliance Partnership and its mission,” Zoeller said. “The issues we tackle are not isolated and require ongoing dialogue and training with our Latin American neighbors to advance the rule of law and in combating the cross-border issues like human trafficking and transnational violence.”The Conference of Western Attorneys General coordinates the efforts of the Alliance Partnership which leverages funding from the State Department and other entities who support Rule of Law programming. There are 42 United States Attorneys General Offices participating in the training of Mexican State Attorneys General Offices, and other Mexican justice and law enforcement entities. CWAG has 34 participating Mexican jurisdictions and more than a dozen additional Mexican federal and State partnering agencies.The most recent exchange occurred this past September when the Partnership sponsored Zoeller and a team of United States Attorneys General in an exchange in Cuba. The team met with their Cuban counterparts and interacted with members of the Cuban legal community in an ongoing multi-state effort to combat human and drug trafficking. The cost of the trip, and all trips, are handled by the Alliance Partnership and are not paid for with Indiana tax dollars.“These exchanges offer valuable insights for every participant,” Zoeller added. “Despite differences in our legal systems, every country faces serious common problems and we need to collaborate to fight transnational crime.”The September meetings in Cuba, were one of several previous meetings organized by the CWAG Alliance Partnership between state AGs from the U.S. and their counterparts in Mexico and other Latin American nations.Zoeller has initiated partnerships between the Alliance Partnership and the Wilson Center. In September 2010, Zoeller’s office hosted a training event , attended by 70 prosecutors and investigators from Mexico that focused on Mexico’s rule of law. Zoeller and former United States Senator, Richard Lugar keynoted that program.In October 2015, Zoeller and a group of other state AGs from the U.S. attended a two-day conference in Mexico City and met with that nation’s criminal justice officials to discuss the problems of human trafficking, drug trafficking and Internet privacy.Zoeller also serves as the National Association of Attorneys General liaison to the United States Trade Representative and is a member of the United States Global Leadership Coalition’s Indiana Advisory Committee.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
The regulator said that the funds’ asset allocation had become more diversified compared with previous years.The country’s company and industry-wide pension schemes – known as fondi negoziali – made an average investment return of 2.6% for the 2017 calendar year, COVIP said.Open funds – offered by banks and insurance companies – returned 3.3% over the same period.This brought the average annualised return for the 10 years to end-2017 to 3.3% for pension funds and 3% for open funds.Meanwhile, the two main types of personal pension plans (PIPs) returned 1.9% (Class I plans) and 2.2% (Class III plans), bringing their average annualised return for the same 10 years to 2.8% and 2.2%, respectively.At end-2017, there were around 7.6m participants in supplementary pension schemes, up 6.1% on the previous year.COVIP estimated that the Italian supplementary pension sector boasted assets worth €162.3bn, an increase of 7.3% over 2016.According to Claudio Pinna, head of retirement in Italy for Aon Hewitt, the average returns of Italian pension funds were lower than those for other European countries.Pinna said: “One reason is that the asset allocation of defined contribution funds is strongly influenced by their participants, who can individually select between investment profiles with different risk levels. Generally, Italians decide to allocate their savings to low-risk investments, although they need to be aware that this will lead to low returns.“Furthermore, because of the European Central Bank’s policy of quantitative easing, there are no high returns from anywhere.”In contrast, Pinna said that defined benefit schemes – which have more control over their investment strategy – have diversified their portfolios to include new asset classes such as illiquid investments, alternatives and hedge funds.However, Pinna warned that exposure to this asset classes required “a sophisticated internal governance process, strictly implemented, so as to make sure they get the optimum results”. See IPE’s latest country report on Italy, published today. Italian pension funds reduced their aggregate exposure to government bonds last year as investors diversified their investment portfolios, according to the national pensions regulator COVIP.At end-2017, government securities made up an average 41.5% of portfolios, a five percentage point decrease from the previous year, the regulator reported.Other debt securities reached an average 16.6% of portfolios, with equities at 17.7%, and pooled funds at 14.4%.Meanwhile, real estate represented just 2.9% of assets, almost all of which was concentrated in Italy.
Lawrenceburg, IN —On Wednesday, another arrest was made from a case that was developed from an early morning fire alarm that went off at the Baymont Inn in Greendale back on May 4th. Jessica Henry, 34 of Middletown, Ohio was arrested on allegations of Dealing in Methamphetamine, Possession of Methamphetamine, and Maintaining a Common Nuisance.Back on May 4, when the fire alarm went off at the Baymont Inn, Officers also responded to an overdose death there as well. Officers learned that the room where the overdose occurred was rented to a Bette Staub, of AuroraIn developing leads from local law enforcement entities, Detectives from the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department assigned to the Special Crimes Unit subsequently arrested Bette Staub on June 8th. Immediately preceding Staub’s arrest, surveillance was conducted. Staub left Aurora for Fairfield, Ohio. It was observed that Staub met with Jessica Henry at a grocery store. Staub left the location in Fairfield and proceeded back to Indiana, where she was arrested. On June 8th, Staub allegedly was in possession of 68 grams of a drug believed to be methamphetamine along with digital scales, miniature measuring spoons, and several plastic baggies.After the arrest of Staub, Officers learned that the female Staub allegedly purchased the methamphetamine from in Ohio was Jessica Henry.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights The BWF World Tour Super 300 event will be Saina’s fourth outing this season, having won the Indonesia Masters before losing in the semifinals and quarterfinals at Malaysia Masters and All England Championship respectively. A bout of diarrhea had affected her performance last week at Birmingham and Saina would look to recover quickly before she begins her campaign against a qualifier, eying to secure her third title at Swiss. She had won the event in 2011 and 2012 in the past.Seeded third, Saina is expected to face second-seeded He Bingjiao of China in the semifinals if the results fall in her favor. Among other Indians in a fray, Saina’s husband and fellow shuttler, Parupalli Kashyap, a former Commonwealth Games champion, will face a qualifier, Praneeth will meet England’s Rajiv Ouseph and SaarLorLux Open champion Subhankar Dey will also take on a qualifier in first round. In women’s singles, Vaishnavi Jakka Reddy will be the only other Indian in the competition.She will square off against Estonia’s Kristin Kuuba.In men’s doubles, Arjun MR and Ramchandran Shlok and Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy will also eye their chances, while Commonwealth Games bronze medallists Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy will lead India’s challenge in the women’s doubles.Pooja Dandu and Sanjana Santosh will also look for a good outing in the women’s doubles. In mixed doubles, Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Sikki will be the prime contenders for India, while Arjun MR and Maneesha K and Dhruv Kapila and Kuhoo Garg will also be in the fray. In the qualifiers, Riya Mookerjee and Vrushali Gummadi will be in the fray. New Delhi : Two-time winner Saina Nehwal and defending champion Sameer Verma will look to shrug off their All England disappointment when they spearhead India’s campaign at the Swiss Open, starting with the qualifiers here Tuesday. For Sameer, this event started his journey that culminated into a World Tour Final semifinal finish last year and a career-high ranking of 11. He had defeated newly-crowned All England Champion Kento Momota in the quarterfinals, a few months before the Japanese went on to become the world no 1 and world champion last year.The world no 14 Sameer will be opening his campaign in USD 150,000 event against a qualifier after his elder brother Sourabh, who had also battled injuries on his way to becoming the Senior National Champion last month at Guwahati, pulled out of the tournament. Sameer might face fellow Indian B Sai Praneeth in the second round and a favorable result is likely to hand him over the chance to settle scores with former world no 1 Viktor Axelsen, who had defeated him in the first round of All England Championships in Birmingham last week. Saina Nehwal looks to start fresh in the upcoming Swiss Open. Nehwal didn’t have the greatest of outing in the All England Championship. Sameer Verma will be looking to go full monty in the upcoming tournament.