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first_img Share Share Tweet LocalNews Grenadian national involved in road traffic accident in Tarreau by: – January 26, 2012 Sharing is caring!center_img Share Bedford Truck in Thursday’s accident. A Grenadian national and four Dominicans have sustained injuries as a result of a road traffic accident “under the cliff” in the village of Tarreau.Dominica Vibes News can report that about 4pm on Thursday a Suzuki Jeep registration number PK 992 driven by the Grenadian national and a Bedford truck registration number TB 878 with four Dominican passengers which were both travelling in a northerly direction collided.Suzuki Jeep involved in Thursday’s accidentAccording to an eye witness report; “both vehicles were travelling north when the driver of the jeep attempted to overtake and the truck followed his lead. The truck ended up hitting the jeep in the rear which caused the jeep to spin out of control. The truck then collided into the cliff”.All four were seriously injured and unconfirmed reports indicate that one of the men sustained serious injuries to his legs, while the Grenadian national sustained minor bruises to the head.Dominica Vibes News will provide confirmed report from the police as soon as it becomes available.Orange truck involved in minor accident in Canefield.Meanwhile, there was a minor accident in the Canefield area in the vicinity of Miniya’s 7-11 on Thursday afternoon which involved an orange truck and a Chinese national.The Chinese national supposedly parked the truck adjacent to Miniya’s 7-11 in Canefield but the truck began moving slowly indicating that the handbrakes may not have been fully engaged.The truck entered into a ditch and damaged a section of the Canefield Airport’s fence. Dominica Vibes News 76 Views   2 commentslast_img read more

first_imgGhana’s all-time top scorer, Asamoah Gyan, praised the impact of his senior brother, Baffour Gyan on his career path and called him “my second god” apart from the God we serve.Asamoah Gyan said his brother is like the director of his career and made sure mistakes he encountered on his football journey, Gyan did not repeat them.“We all serve the living God but I will say, he is my second god because he has done everything for me”, he said on Max TV.“The mistakes he made in life, he made sure I didn’t go through them. He is like a guardian angel till now”, he addedThe two brothers, Baffour Gyan and Asamoah Gyan both played as strikers but it was the latter who excelled at the highest stage.Asamoah Gyan is Ghana’s most capped player and all-time top scorer; 109 matches and 51 goals. Gyan is the African leading scorer in the World Cup with 6 goals and so many other achievements in his illustrious career.Asamoah elaborated on how his brother influenced him to choose Accra Academy where he was able to combine football and education.“He went to Adisadel College and I wanted to follow his footsteps when I completed JHS and I had to choose Adisadel College, so I chose all the Cape Coast schools,” Baby Jet said.“Baffour said no. All my friends that were in Accra I played with, I saw them playing in the U-17 national team and I was at school,” Asamoah Gyan said reminiscing what his elder brother had told him.He added that my brother “should have been in that team at that time, so he advised me not to go that far, I should be in Accra, so, that was how I chose Accra Academy.“My grade was okay so they spoke to the headmaster and he said okay, because I was a football player. So, he was the one guiding me in all these things and it really worked.”last_img read more

first_imgThe team of Diony McArthur and Loretta Bulfone fired a round of 82 to capture the Low Gross prize at the recent Tournament of Roses at the Granite Pointe at Nelson Course.The Tournament of Roses is an 18-hole team affair with players playing with a partner to determine the top winner in Low Net and Low Gross categories. McArthur and Loretta Bulfone edged out the Granite Pointe duo of Dorothy Garland and Sue Moisey by one stroke for the Low Gross title.Morven Douglas and Rose Donaldson of Granite Pointe finished third at 86.Granite Pointe pair of Tammy Avis and Sherry McIvor won the Low Net title with a round of 64.The score was one shot better than Myrna Bauline and Kim Soon Im.Bev Poole and Laurie Hepple took third with a 68.The tournament scores were very close, highlighted by ten tie-breaking situations.  FLIGHT ONE WINNERS     First Low Gross – Dorothy Garland and Sue Moisey ( 84 )     First Low Net – Myrna Bauline and Kim Soon Im ( 65 )     Second Low Gross – Morven Douglas and Rose Donaldson ( 86 )     Second Low Net – Bev Poole and Laurie Hepple ( 68 )     Third Low Gross – Roma Crispin and Carol Reay ( 87 )     Third Low Net – Shirley Wolbaum and Lynne Foster ( 68 )     Fourth Low Gross – Ann Renee Pettyjohn and Michelle Palm ( 91 )     Fourth Low Net – Becky Allen and Sherry Hartridge ( 71 )  FLIGHT TWO WINNERS     First Low Gross – Ruth O’Bryan and Kathy Tencza ( 91 )     First Low Net – Marcia Marinas and Loril Harding ( 66 )     Second Low Gross – Kathy King and Barb Pyett ( 96 )     Second Low Net – April Biscaro and Darlene Jones ( 67 )     Third Low Gross – Gerry Mowatt and Bev Stevens ( 96 )     Third Low Net – Lynne Cranna and Roxy Stevenson ( 68 )     Fourth Low Gross – Gwen Acres and Karen McGinnis ( 98 )     Fourth Low Net – Ann Smithson and Lorraine May ( 68 )last_img read more

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Dec. 29, 2016)–Fingers crossed, there will be plenty of fireworks on New Year’s Day at Santa Anita, as Breeders’ Cup Classic Champion Arrogate was entered this morning to run in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Pasqual Stakes at 1 1/16 miles, which will serve as a tune-up for an epic rematch at a mile and one eighth with California Chrome in the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational Jan. 28 at Gulfstream Park.The San Pasqual, for 4-year-olds and up, will be run for the 80th time on Sunday and has traditionally served as a steppingstone to the Grade I Santa Anita Handicap in March. This year’s San Pasqual has attracted a field of five, and trainer John Sadler’s Accelerate, trainer Phil D’Amato’s Midnight Storm and trainer Cliff Sise’s Prospect Park would all appear to be contenders for the trifecta.Third, beaten 4 ¼ lengths in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile here Nov. 4, Hronis Racing’s Accelerate will hope to make his presence felt late, while Midnight Storm, who comes off a rousing gate to wire triumph in the Grade III, 1 1/8 miles Native Diver Stakes at Del Mar Nov. 27, has never been better and can be expected to contest the early lead with Rafael Bejarano up.Pam and Martin Wygod’s 5-year-old Prospect Park, a graded stakes winner on turf and a multiple graded stakes placed runner on dirt, has been idle since running a solid second in a seven furlong main track allowance on Dec. 1 at Del Mar and can be expected to be on or near the early lead as he adds blinkers on Sunday under Norberto Arroyo, Jr. Prospect Park–Norberto Arroyo, Jr.–120Accelerate–Tyler Baze–125Dalmore–Kent Desormeaux–122Midnight Storm–Rafael Bejarano–125Arrogate–Mike Smith–125First post time on New Year’s Day at Santa Anita is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates will open at 10:30 a.m. For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com. ARROGATE: Trained by Bob Baffert and owned by Juddmonte Farms, this soon to be 4-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song rendered the racing world spellbound with a record shattering win in Saratoga’s iconic Grade I Travers Stakes on Aug. 27, as he won gate to wire by 13 ½ lengths while covering a mile and a quarter in 1:59.36–his final quarter mile accomplished in 23.84! Baffert then trained Arrogate up to the BC Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 5 and he responded with a devastating stretch run under Mike Smith, reeling in California Chrome late en route to a convincing half length win. A true physical specimen, Arrogate, following a third place maiden finish in his debut at Los Alamitos April 17, has rattled off five consecutive victories, with three of them coming at The Great Race Place. With Smith set to man the controls for the third consecutive time, Arrogate enters the San Pasqual with five wins from six starts and earnings of $4,084,600. THE GRADE II SAN PASQUAL STAKES WITH JOCKEYS AND WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 8 of 9                                                                                                          Approximate post time 4 p.m. PDT BAFFERT SUPERSTAR TO PREP FOR REMATCH WITH CALIFORNIA CHROME JAN. 28 AT GULFSTREAM PARKlast_img read more