Arnett beat MoBay United in Red Stripe Premier League

first_imgArnett Gardens FC registered a come-from-behind 2-1 victory against Montego Bay United (MBU) in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) top of the table football match at Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Trench Town yesterday. Montego Bay took the lead when the RSPL’s leading marksman, Owayne Gordon, fired home his season high 16th goal past Arnett’s custodian, Peter Harrison, in the 21st minute. However, the home side fought back and scored twice inside two minutes. Kenniel Hyde swerved a kick from 25 yards past Romaine Bowers in goal for MBU in the 43rd minute. Then veteran striker Leon Strickland headed home in the 45th minute. MoBay United started well with some beautiful build-ups from Gordon, Dino Williams and Cory Hylton and took the lead when Williams threaded a perfect pass to Gordon, who finished off the play beautifully. However, Arnett gradually took over and scored two goals in the closing minutes of the first half for a good win that pushed them into second position on 57 points, three off leaders Portmore United (60) and ahead of MBU, on 54 points, in the race for the $1 million incentive awarded to the team that completes the preliminary stage of the league on most points. Two rounds remain. “I’m proud of the team coming from behind today (yesterday) to beat MoBay United. We also had some players out but the other players stepped up,” Jerome Waite, head coach of defending champions Arnett, told The Gleaner. The veteran coach was also confident that his team would retain the title. “We are here to retain the title,” he declared. On the other hand, MBU’s head coach, Paul ‘Tegat’ Davis who was also head coach at Arnett – had high praises for his team’s effort. “It was a pretty good game as we had seven players out. We went ahead and the players put out their best and now we will win the Premier League,” Davis, who is also a former national striker disclosed. Arnett Gardens 2 MoBay United 1 Boys’ Town 0 Humble Lion 1 Harbour View 1 FC Reno 1 Portmore United 1 Waterhouse 0 Rivoli United 0 Tivoli Gardens 1 UWI FC 1 Cavalier SC 0 Yesterday’s Resultslast_img read more

Indian Oil buys stake in Petronas

first_imgThe agreement will give Indian Oil the right to 1.2 million, metric tons of LNG per year for two decades.It also gives them access to at least 8.35 trillion cubic feet of gas reserves in B.C fields controlled by Petronas, this according to Indian Oil.Petronas acquired control of the project through a $5.2 billion takeover of Canada Progress Energy in 2012,- Advertisement -This makes it the second biggest shareholder in B.C’s Montney shale-gas area.Petronas plans to sell another 15% stake in the project to another Asian LNG purchaser.This is expected to be announced by the end of the month.Advertisementlast_img


first_imgNa Rossa News: The seniors started their league campaign last Saturday evening as Naomh Ultan were the visitors to Dooey.A very young Na Rossa team on the night found the Dunkineely men to strong as we lost out 1-9 to 1-4. JP McCready with the goal and Christian & Gerard with 2 points each were the scorers on the night. A free weekend this weekend with Convoy next up on Saturday week.Last Saturday evening the club hosted a ‘Night at the races’ in Elliott’s bar. A great nights craic was had with the club making over €2100. The club would like to thank Daniel and the staff in Elliott’s for hosting the event.Eileen Breslin on putting together the programme for the night. To all our sponsors and patrons that bought horses and put up the cash prizes.To all the horse sellers and the lads taking the bets on the night. Finally to club treasurer Felix Melly on organising the event. The club sincerely thanks you all on what was a huge effort . The club lotto draw took place last Monday evening in the hall. Numbers drawn were 18, 19. 20 & 27. Their was no jackpot winner of €9000 on the night. Two lucky dip winners receive €50 Daniel Martin, Dooey & Emer O donnell, Glenties.A reminder to club 50 members the March draw will take place next Monday night in the hall with all monies to be in before the commencement of the draw.The minors play Ardara this Monday evening at 5.30 in the division 1 league quarter final. GAA NEWS: MCCREADY GOAL NOT ENOUGH AS NA ROSSA OPEN LEAGUE CAMPAIGN WITH A DEFEAT was last modified: March 24th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAANa RossaNoticesSportlast_img read more