Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Twitter Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Facebook Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin People photo created by prostooleh – www.freepik.comA court has ordered a Clare man to stay out of Limerick after he was charged with scamming frontline shop workers in the Treaty City and County out of hundreds of euro, by allegedly pretending to be a legitimate businessman selling face masks, face shields, and other items.Joseph McDonagh, (21), with an address at “The Caravan”, Drumbiggle, Ennis, Co Clare, donned a real face mask when he appeared today in front of Judge Patricia Harney at Limerick District Court.He was charged with four counts of deception, contrary to Section 6 of the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It’s alleged he targeted four shops in Limerick City and County in one day, last January, pocketing a total of €570 cash from shop workers who believed they were paying for face masks and face shields but ended up with nothing.Mr McDonagh is charged that, on January 29 this year, at Chawkes shop and filling station, Dublin Road, Limerick, he did dishonestly by deception, induce a staff member to pay him €135 cash for a quantify of face masks.He is also charged that, on the same date, at Spar, Catherine Street, Limerick, he did dishonestly by deception, induce a staff member to pay him €150 cash for a quantity of face shields.He is further charged that, on the same date, at Euro Giant Arthurs Quay Shopping Centre, Limerick, he again presented himself as a legitimate business man, and did dishonestly by depiction, induce a female staff member to pay him €150 cash for a quantity of face shields.The accused is also charged that, on the same date, at Inver, Dublin Road, Limerick, he did dishonestly by deception, induce a female staff member to pay him €135 in cash for a quantity of lighters.Mr McDonagh was granted bail on a number of strict conditions, including that he must stay out of Limerick, bar attending court, legal consultations, or any pre-arranged medical appointments.He must also sign on daily at Ennis Garda Station; obey a curfew (9pm-8am); be available to gardai at all times via a charged and in credit mobile phone number; and not have any contact with any of the alleged injured parties or witnesses.Judge Patricia Harney remanded Mr McDonagh on bail, on his own bond of €100, which did not have to be lodged, to appear before Limerick District Court again for disclosure of the alleged evidence, on May 26. WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads WhatsApp Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Previous articlePlans for new Limerick premises to ease burden of children’s griefNext articleNew music from Limerick musician James Hanley David Raleigh Email Advertisement LimerickNewsCourt orders Clare man to stay out of Limerick after he allegedly scams frontline shop workers out of money for face masks and face shieldsBy David Raleigh – March 11, 2021 1099 Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A reputed former leader of the Brentwood chapter of MS-13, the violent street gang, was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for murdering two men and assaulting a third three years ago.A jury had convicted 24-year-old Carlos “Silencio” Ortega in March at Central Islip federal court of racketeering, murder, assault with dangerous weapons and related firearms and conspiracy offenses.“He will now have the rest of his life to contemplate the just results of his allegiance to the killing machine known as MS-13,” said Loretta Lynch, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.Ortega, who joined the gang in his native El Salvador, shot and killed 21-year-old David Sandler, whom the gang believed was a member of the rival Latin Kings street gang, in Brentwood in February 2010.Ortega also shot and wounded Sandler’s friend, 20-year-old Aaron Galan, who was standing next to Sandler at the time.Weeks later, in March 2010, Ortega killed fellow MS-13 member Mario Alberto Canton Quijada on a Far Rockaway beach when that victim attack rivals on the gang’s behalf.Ortega initially tried to shoot Quijada, but the gun jammed and Ortega hacked the victim to death with a machete and the help of other MS-13 members instead.He was arrested following an investigation by the FBI’s Long Island Gang Task Force, which prosecutors said helped secure convictions for more than 200 LI members of MS-13, one of the largest gangs on the Island.
Frank Lampard served a timely reminder of his goal-scoring ability as his double carried Chelsea back to third with a hard-earned win over Everton.The 34-year-old, who is out of contract in the summer, headed in Ramires’ cross and stabbed in from close range after his side had conceded in 62 seconds.Steven Pienaar gave Everton an early lead, following in after Victor Anichebe nodded against the post.Nikica Jelavic hit the bar and missed a late chance as the hosts fell short.Chelsea’s fourth successive league win under interim boss Rafael Benitez, after failing to win in his first three, means the Blues finish 2012 four points off Manchester City and 11 off leaders Manchester United, but with a game in hand on both.Whether Lampard finishes 2013 with the Stamford Bridge club remains in doubt, with the England midfielder free to agree pre-contract terms with a foreign club in January. For all the promise of Oscar and Eden Hazard and the undoubted ability of Juan Mata, Chelsea’s travelling fans made it clear that they believed that it is to soon to consign Lampard, who joined the club 11 and a half years ago, to Chelsea history.His goals brought to an end Everton’s formidable unbeaten run at Goodison, which stretched back 14 previous games to March’s 1-0 defeat by Arsenal.The home team certainly settled into the match like a team at ease in their surroundings, scoring with their first attack.In the absence of Seamus Coleman and Phil Neville, Phil Jagielka roamed forward from his unaccustomed right-back spot to deliver a cross that Anichebe nodded against the woodwork. Pienaar gleefully dispatched low past Petr Cech.With the South African and his midfield partner Leon Osman weaving dangerously in the spaces between David Luiz and Lampard, Everton continued to pen Chelsea back after the opener. Jelavic smacked the post with a free-kick after he and Pienaar had hustled Gary Cahill out of possession – and Osman’s first-time effort demanded a smart save from Cech.The home fans revelled in their early dominance, taunting Fernando Torres and Rafael Benitez, so long Liverpool figureheads, on their return to Merseyside.But it was the third of Chelsea’s Spanish contingent – Mata – who looked likeliest to silence a boisterous Goodison.A last-ditch block from Johnny Heitinga denied the former Valencia man, before his probing prised apart Everton again; Ashley Cole inches away from turning in from Cesar Azpilicueta’s subsequent cross.Chelsea’s equaliser capped a spell of pressure and ensured Lampard a Premier League haul of five or more goals for the 16th successive season. Manager David Moyes could not inspire a repeat of Everton’s rollicking start to the match as Chelsea, despite the half-time withdrawal of Cech with an ankle injury, started better after the break.Torres drifted dangerously into space behind Leighton Baines but mis-controlled Luiz’s pass, strayed offside to ruin a delicious move, and had a sweetly struck snap-shot from 20 yards saved by Tim Howard. Without the presence of Marouane Fellaini, who was serving the final game of a three-match ban, Everton struggled to capitalise on the industry and invention of Pienaar and Baines down the left.The one time that Jelavic met a Baines delivery, his stooping header beat substitute goalkeeper Ross Turnbull but not the bar.Three minutes later Chelsea were in front for the first time. Mata was instrumental, crossing for Hazard to nod down before Lampard instinctively volleyed home after the Spaniard’s initial effort had been palmed back into the six-yard box.Jelavic squandered a fine chance to level in injury-time, swiping thin air as he attempted to smash home a Baines cross, but Chelsea could have already made the game safe when Sylvain Distin stretched to intervene as Torres bore down on Howard in the final minute.Everton manager David Moyes : “We’re not disappointed because we played really well and we’ve run the European champions really close. but we didn’t quite have enough in the end.“We had played well enough to get a second goal but had been unfortunate, having shots back off the woodwork.“I thought we were a bit unlucky. We tried to make what we had work the best we could today and for long periods I thought we did.”
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) confirms the date and the venue of the 2013 Glo – CAF Awards. The Gala event will be held in Lagos, Nigeria on the 9th of January 2014.The event has since been held in five cities; the 2005 edition was held in Abuja (Nigeria), 2006 in Accra (Ghana), 2007-Lome (Togo), 2008-Lagos (Nigeria), 2009-Accra (Ghana), 2010 in Cairo (Egypt) and the last two editions in Accra Ghana.Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure is the current African Player of the Year having won the last two editions while the 2013 African Player of the Year – Based in Africa winner is Mohamed Abou Trieka of Egypt.Glo – CAF 2013 Awards Categories1. African Player of the Year2. African Player of the Year – Based in Africa3. National Team of the Year4. Women’s National Team of the Year5. Club of the Year6. CAF Fair Play Award7. Coach of the Year8. Most Promising talent9. Women’s Footballer of the Year10. Referee of the Year11. CAF Legend12. Africa Fines XI13. CAF Platinum Award