SPEEDY SIRCAT SALLY, PRINCESS ROI & MISS SUNSET ALL PROMINENT AT ONE MILE ON TURF IN WIDE OPEN $200,000 CALIFORNIA CUP OAKS ON SATURDAY

first_imgMISS SUNSET: A winner of her first two starts at Del Mar last summer, including a crushing 5 ¼ length win at odds of 1-2 in the six furlong Generous Portion Stakes on Aug. 27, she made her third start here on Jan. 13, and lost all chance shortly after the start. Off at 2-1 against open company in a 6 ½ furlong allowance run over a muddy main track, Miss Sunset jumped tire tracks coming out of the seven furlong chute, causing her to completely lose her action and resulting in a last place finish. Bred by Premier Thoroughbreds, LLC and Alan Klein, she’s owned by Klein and Phillip Lebherz. A daughter of Into Mischief, Miss Sunset is trained by Jeff Bonde and can be counted on to show plenty of speed in her first try at two turns and turf. Cash Prize–Chantal Sutherland–119Cioppino Pasadino–Joe Talamo–119How About Zero–Mario Gutierrez–123Bella Luma–Rafael Bejarano–119Adios Cali–Norberto Arroyo, Jr.–119Ms Wakaya–Kent Desormeaux–119Miss Sunset–Martin Garcia–123My Pi Romancer–Flavien Prat–119Sircat Sally–Drayden Van Dyke–123Princess Roi–Corey Nakatani–119 Race 5 of 10                                                                                                        Approximate post time 2 p.m. PST                 SIRCAT SALLY: Trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, this dark bay or brown daughter of Surf Cat is undefeated in two starts and will be trying turf for the first time on Saturday. Dispatched at odds of 1-2 in her Soviet Problem score at Los Alamitos, she was 7-2 first time out in a six furlong Cal-bred maiden special weight race on Nov. 20 at Del Mar–a race she took in virtual gate to wire fashion by five lengths. She can be counted on to show plenty of early zip in the Oaks as she shoots for her third consecutive win. PRINCESS ROI: A one length, gate to wire winner at a mile turf two starts back at Del Mar on Nov. 17, she ran the best race of her career in Santa Anita’s one mile turf Blue Norther Stakes on Dec. 29, as she battled back gamely at the rail under Corey Nakatani, finishing second, beaten a head, while getting a career-top Beyer Speed figure of 72. By Roi Charmant, she was bred in California by GGG Stables and is owned by GGG and Russell Sarno. Trained by Richard Baltas, she has a win and three seconds from four overall starts. ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 25, 2017)–Freshened since a freakish 12-length win in one mile Soviet Problem Stakes on Dec. 17, Joe Turner’s homebred Sircat Sally will bring her front-running game to a mile on turf as she heads a field of ten sophomore fillies in Saturday’s $200,000 California Oaks at Santa Anita.In what appears to be a deep and contentious field of California-bred or sired 3-year-old fillies, Princess Roi, who comes off a game second place finish at a mile on turf versus open company here on Dec. 29, and Miss Sunset, a rousing 5 ¼ length state-bred stakes winner going six furlongs two starts back, also figure prominently in the 28th running of the Cal Cup Oaks. THE CALIFORNIA CUP OAKS IN POST POSITION WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS CAL CUP OAKS IS ONE OF FIVE RACES FOR GOLDEN STATE SERIES-ELIGIBLE HORSES ON SUNSHINE MILLIONS/CAL CUP DAY AT SANTA ANITA There will be a special early first post time on Saturday of 11:45 a.m. Admission gates open at 10 a.m. For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.last_img read more

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ECLIPSE CHAMP FINEST CITY TAKES ON STREAKING VALE DORI IN SATURDAY’S GRADE I, $400,000 SANTA MARGARITA STAKES AT 1 1/8 MILES

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (March 15, 2017)–Fresh off a rousing 3 ¾ length win going seven furlongs, reigning Eclipse Champion Female Sprinter Finest City will stretch out to a mile and one eighth as she takes on streaking Vale Dori in Saturday’s Grade I, $400,000 Santa Margarita Stakes at Santa Anita.The prestigious Santa Margarita, to be run for the 80th time, has attracted a field of eight older fillies and mares, including the Art Sherman-trained Show Stealer, who has faced Vale Dori in her last three starts, finishing second in both the Grade II La Canada Stakes on Jan. 14 and the Grade II Santa Maria on Feb. 11. FINEST CITY: An upset winner of the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint two starts back her on Nov. 5, trainer Ian Kruljac’s star pupil was a facile winner of the Grade II Santa Monica Stakes going seven furlongs over a wet fast track on Jan. 21 in her 5-year-old debut.  A Pennsylvania-bred daughter of City Zip, Finest City has routed twice on turf, giving a good account of herself on both occasions, when second in the Grade II John C. Mabee Stakes at a 1 1/8 miles on Sept. 4, and a close fourth in the Grade II Yellow Ribbon Handicap at 1 1/16 miles on July 16.  Although Mike Smith has ridden her to victory in her last two races, he’ll be out of town to ride at Oaklawn Park on Saturday, so Tyler Baze will have the Santa Margarita assignment.  Owned by Seltzer Thoroughbreds, Finest City is 15-5-4-2 and has earnings of $1,045,594.                 VALE DORI:  Trained by Bob Baffert and at the peak of her powers, this 5-year-old Argentine-bred mare seeks her fifth win in a row and her fourth consecutive graded stakes victory, with her most recent a 1 ¾ length score in the Grade II, 1 1/16 miles Santa Maria over a wet fast surface on Feb. 11.  Odds-on in six of her seven Southern California starts for Baffert, she likes to press the early pace or take her rivals gate to wire.  Ridden by Mike Smith in her last three starts, she’ll be handled by Rafael Bejarano on Saturday.  A Group I winner at age three in Argentina, she’ll be seeking her first Grade I win in the United States.  Owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa al Maktoum, Vale Dori is 12-7-3-1 overall with earnings of $694,943. SHOW STEALER: Owned and bred by CHRB Commissioner, George Krikorian, this consistent 5-year-old mare by Eskendereya was clearly second best to Vale Dori in both the La Canada and Santa Maria Stakes under Tyler Baze.  With Baze opting to ride Finest City, Kent Desormeaux will try his hand for the first time on Saturday.  Should a hot pace develop, Show Stealer will hope to be on the move late as she seeks her first stakes win under the ever-patient Desormeaux.  With an overall mark of 21-3-4-3, she has earnings of $257,180. THE GRADE I SANTA MARGARITA STAKES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 9 of 10                                                                                                        Approximate post time 4:30 p.m. PSTcenter_img Autumn Flower–Martin Pedroza–120Vale Dori–Rafael Bejarano–122Finest City–Tyler Baze–120Show Stealer–Kent Desormeaux–120Lady Tapit–Mario Gutierrez–120Perfect Pic–Santiago Gonzalez–120Wild At Heart–Flavien Prat–120Estrechada–Stewart Elliott–120 KRULJAC’S FINEST CITY STRETCHING OUT OFF BIG WIN IN GRADE II SANTA MONICA, WHILE BAFFERT’S VALE DORI EYES FOURTH CONSECUTIVE GRADED STAKES VICTORY & FIFTH OVERALL WIN IN A ROW First post time for a 10-race card on Saturday is at 12:30 a.m.  Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.  For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.last_img read more

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Atlético needs to recover the wall over Oblak’s goal

first_imgOf course, in between the current situation, Liverpool visited the Wanda Metropolitano as one of the teams with a most fearsome attack in the world and he left without finishing goal in the whole game, with a 1-0 red and white advantage for the return. And the best way to recover solvency back before visiting Anfield, it does not fit against Sevilla, a direct rival for the Champions League. A visiting victory would be a very hard blow in the fight for the positions that give access to the maximum European competition next season. The Andalusian team has two points ahead of Atlético and those of Simeone only think of the victory that supposes to surpass the table to Sevilla and to win the golaverage after the tie of the first leg. Leaving the door to zero would be the first sign that something has been done well in the game, in addition to lead the 100th match of Oblak without fitting into the competition. The goal has seen as the possibility of fight Zamora, goalkeeper prize with the best score conceded in the league, and that has taken over the past four seasons, this course has been complicated. The Slovenian has 19 goals received in 26 games (0.73 per game), while Thibaut Courtois has conceded 14 in 23 games at Real Madrid (0.6). The Belgian already took the prize twice during his time at Atlético. A difficult mission for the goal rojiblanco, but not impossible, if Oblak returns to add parties and games with goal to zero. It is not usual to see the Slovenian goal receive a goal during several consecutive games. Since its rise to ownership in 2015, Oblak has become an almost insurmountable wall. In the 179 league games he has played, he has conceded 113 goals (0.63 per game) and has been unbeaten 99 times. Among all competitions his figures as athletic are 243 games played, 164 goals conceded (0.67 per game) and 133 goals to zero. But during this season, where the team has suffered many casualties back (Juanfran, Godín, Lucas, Filipe), had already suffered a streak of seven straight games receiving goal (Alavés, Sevilla, Bayer Leverkusen, Espanyol, Granada, Juventus and Barcelona). Atlético has seen how His strength over Jan Oblak’s goal has weakened in recent weeks. The rojiblanco team has fit in the last three league games, four goals against him that cost him two draws away from home when he had managed to do what he was most aware of the mattress set during this season: see door.Atlético stood 0-1 and 1-2 in Mestalla against Valencia, but the stopped ball cost him two points with goals from Gabriel and Kondogbia (2-2). In Villarreal’s visit to the Metropolitan, Alcácer advanced the yellow submarine with a great shot from outside the area, but Atlético was able to overcome thanks to the goals of Correa, Koke and João Félix. Finally, Espanyol, competition’s colista, marked through a center that Savic introduced on his goal, so much that Saul matched in the second half. last_img read more

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Humble Lion vows to take case to CFU

first_imgHumble Lion Football Club and their president, Mike Henry, are up in arms with a recent Premier League Clubs Association (PLCA) ruling fining the club $25,000 and deducting three points.Portmore United claimed Humble Lion used an ineligible player, who was registered to Portmore United, in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) game between the teams on January 24 at the Effortville Community Centre. Humble Lion won the game 3-1.Humble Lion maintain that the player in question, 18-year-old Ricardo Dennis, has not played for Portmore in five seasons, which automatically makes him a free agent.Portmore United, on the other hand, produced documents indicating that the player represented them in the St Catherine Under-17 tournament in 2014.Document withdrawnSince, according to Henry, Portmore asked for that document to be withdrawn because of irregularities and requested that investigations into the matter be postponed.Consequently, Henry, who is also the member of parliament (MP) for Clarendon Central, is demanding that the scoreline and points be restored, and the $25,000 fine rescinded.Anthony Pringle, one of the club’s founders, said they met all criteria to register the player, while Portmore are yet to produce one piece of legal evidence that the player belongs to the club.”Where a player has not performed in an official match for 30 months, a transfer certificate is not required. He (Dennis) last played for Portmore at U15s in 2011 and he has not played for five years.”We will find a way to take it to Caribbean Football Union (CFU) and FIFA. We are also expressing the community feeling, and I am willing to pursue it as it is not a decision that should be supported on the integrity of how we should operate,” he added.”The player said he has not played for Portmore at the Under-17 level. He gave us that in writing and his family has said so. But the important element is this document here (St Catherine U-17 competition match card). This document they are using is the one Portmore said was improperly dealt with,” Henry said, while issuing copies of a match card of a St Catherine Under-17 competition from 2014, at a press conference hosted by the club in Kingston yesterday.Dennis’ name was on the match card as a substitute.”In that context, even Mr Jackie (Patrick) Walters’ name is used. I asked Jackie Walters if he was present on this day, and he said no. He was not even on the ground,” Henry revealed of the match card, which also had Walters’ name written on it.”So we are saying this is a fraudulent document and does not prove Dennis played for them. So I will not stray from the illegality of the document,” Henry said.The Clarendon club appealed the decision initially.However, it was upheld by the Professional Football Association of Jamaica.Henry believes the process was compromised, as instead of the three-member appeals panel, only two were present to make the ruling.”I question the integrity of some of the decisions. I asked Mr [Winston] Dawes, ‘So why were you not at the meeting?’. He said he only saw it on the TV and only two members of that body met, and he was never invited to the meeting.”last_img read more

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Kenya hosts CAF Club Licensing workshop

first_img“Club licensing is a fairly new concept to most African clubs. It is vital that its importance and the crucial role it plays in the development of the game is well articulated to all,” Mwendwa said.The workshops will see instructors provide an update on Club Licensing at CAF level to the participating Federations, with the latter also set to give updates on the situation of Club Licensing at their parent Federations.“As a country, we remain committed to both the club licensing criteria and the building of a football economy and further believe that the process will act as a catalyst to the same,” Mwendwa further explained adding;FKF Presdeint Nick Mwendwa during the Club Licensing Workshop“We are cognizant that the process is not only expensive but also highly demanding and as such continue to engage, government both at the County and National level, on the need to accelerate infrastructure development, which is the single, most expensive component for our clubs, many which are without sponsors.”Further, the workshops will also purpose to establish detailed action plans for each Member Association in order to be fully ready before the deadline for the engagement of clubs in CAF Competitions.After the first workshop on Monday, the sessions will go on to Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.The CAF Club Licensing Rules were enforced for the first time last year in Kenya after the continental governing body made it mandatory for all clubs wishing to participate in continental competitions to adhere to the strict rules.“CAF is not only particular on when our leagues should end but is also adamant that any club that will qualify for both the CAF CL and the CAF CC must have met the Club Licensing Criteria, failure to which the qualified club will not be allowed to participate in the tournament,” Mwendwa noted.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Delegates during the Club Licensing Workshop in NairobiNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 13 – Football Kenya Federation chief Nick Mwendwa has affirmed the federation will continue advocating for strict adherence to CAF Club Licensing rules, saying it is an avenue for local clubs to grow and reach international heights.Mwendwa was speaking on Monday afternoon when he officially opened the four-day CAF Club Licensing workshop that brings together 28 Federations, represented by their respective Club Licensing managers and Club Licensing Committee Chairmen.last_img read more

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COUNCIL ANNOUNCES MORE WATER RESTRICTIONS WITH NO RAIN IN SIGHT

first_imgDonegal County Council has announced new water restrictions for the Glenties Electoral area.The latest cut-offs come on the back of existing water restrictions in the Stranorlar Electoral Area which came into place last week.In the Greencastle/Moville area in Inishowen, the prolonged dry spell and the increase in the number of visitors to the area has substantially reduced the water supply in the area. The Council is asking the public to conserve water by not using hosepipes on gardens, paddling pools or car washing in the Greencastle and Moville areas.The water restrictions in the Stranorlar and Glenties electoral areas are necessary to ensure that there is sufficient water in the reservoirs throughout the county and during this dry spell we would ask all members of the public to be particularly vigilant in conserving water.The following water restrictions are now in place:Glenties Electoral Area The areas supplied from the following reservoir will be turned off from from 11pm on the 18th July to 7am on the 19th JulyBrinaleck Reservoir – affecting the following areas: Ardnaeoin,Upper Carrick, Upper Glassagh, Corveen, Meenalough, and KnockfolaStranorlar Electoral AreaFrom 11.30pm to 6.00am reservoir/distribution mains will be switched off at· Lifford Reservoir – serving Lifford Town/ Coneyburrow and Roughan Road areas · Distribution Main – from Rossgier junction/ Porthall to Swilly Burn area including Newrow/ Tironeil area· Distribution Main – from Letterkenny Road (N14) Cavan Hill junction/ Glencash/ Drumleen/ Creaghadoos/ Gillystown area including Drumearn.From 10.00pm to 7.00am reservoir/distribution mains will be switched off at:· Tievebrack Reservoir – above Castlefin/ Castlederg Road/Bellalt/Meenlogher. · Gleneely Reservoir – above Crossroads and Knock/ Kinlitter, Lismullaghduff,Sallywood area· Ballynacor Reservoir – within the Edenamoghil/ Monellan/ Ballinman areasDonegal County Council would like to thank the public for their co-operation and for their continuing efforts to conserve water.For further information and updates follow us on Twitter @donegalcouncil or on our Facebook page.COUNCIL ANNOUNCES MORE WATER RESTRICTIONS WITH NO RAIN IN SIGHT was last modified: July 18th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Donegal County Councilwater restrictionslast_img read more

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He feels ready to be a Force again

first_imgDixon’s Miller Lite team will be working with a new crew chief, with Donnie Bender replacing the retired Dick LaHaie. “I’m looking forward to start testing and to see how we progress as we head into the Winternationals in a few weeks,” Dixon said. The NHRA Wally Parks Motorsports Museum will open its So-Cal Speed Shop exhibit today. The event will be run in conjunction with the Grand National Roadster Show, scheduled today through Sunday at Fairplex. Advance tickets for the show are available at the museum, which is located at 1101 W. McKinley Ave. in Pomona. Auto Club Dragway, located on the grounds of California Speedway in Fontana, will host a Summit Racing Series event this weekend. steve.ramirez@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2239 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! His quest begins this weekend when the NHRA’s preseason kicks off with the NHRA Nitro Blast-off at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It’s the first of three testing events for the Powerade Series tour. Practice sessions also are slated for Chandler, Ariz. on Jan 28-29 and Las Vegas again on Feb. 4-5. The season kicks off with the 46th annual Winternationals at Fairplex on Feb. 9-12. “We made a lot of progress over the winter, and now it’s time to see what progress we made,” said Force, winner of 13 titles since 1990. “We developed a new car and now the focus is winning and getting back on track. I’m ready.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded cardForce is hoping to rebound from what statistically was his worst season since winning his first title in 1990. He did win a class-best five events, but lost 10 times in the first round. That paved the way for Gary Scelzi, who won Top Fuel three times between 1997-2000, to score his first championship in Funny Car. Ron Capps, Scelzi’s teammate, also beat out Force for second. “I think I was guilty more than anyone (on the team) of believing I couldn’t lose,” Force said. “Bottom line, we had the car to win, I just didn’t do my job. “I have my focus back. We’ll see what happens. Last year, you have to ask yourself, `Did they win? Or did we lose?’ Bottom line, 10 first-round losses is ridiculous. We figured it out over the winter and now we’re ready.” The upcoming testing season also will be good training for two-time Top Fuel champion Larry Dixon, who finished second to Tony Schumacher last season. center_img It’s been nearly three months since National Hot Rod Association icon John Force experienced what once seemed to be the unthinkable. But after the reality of failing to win the Powerade Series Funny Car title for just the third time since 1990, Force is ready to reclaim what most believed was practically his birthright. last_img

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GLENSWILLY THROUGH, NAOMH MUIRE OUT AND MILFORD WIN AFTER EXTRA TIME

first_imgDONEGAL champions Glenswilly have beaten Antrim champions St Gall’s in an epic senior Ulster championship clash in Ballybofey.The Glen won by 3 points – 1-10 to 0-10 – with a first half Michael Murphy penalty proving decisive.The Belfast side however will go home this evening believing they could have and should have won – hitting more than a dozen wides when some of them seemed easier to score. In the Intermediate clash at Celtic Park in Derry Naomh Muire have been knocked out by Derry champions Forelgen – with a goal again the difference.The Lower Rosses lads had raced into an early lead, but the County Derry team came back well and eventually won 2-11 to 1-11.In the junior Ulster clash Milford were locked at 0-17 to 2-11 – a draw.The match was in extra time and Belfast side Davitts have had a second man sent off. Milford went on to win 0-22 to 2-13.  GLENSWILLY THROUGH, NAOMH MUIRE OUT AND MILFORD WIN AFTER EXTRA TIME was last modified: November 3rd, 2013 by John2Share 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)last_img read more

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GLENTIES OVERCOME ARDARA CHALLENGE TO MAKE CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL

first_imgNaomh Conail have squeezed past Ardara to book a place in the Senior Championship semi-final this Sunday.The Glenties side went in ahead at the break 0-7 to 0-2 and looked to be in cruise control.When Leon Thompson made it 0-8 to 0-2 after the restart, it could have been curtains for Ardara. However a spirited comeback in the second half culminating in a goal from Ryan Melly gave them a chance.However, Naomh Conail managed to hold their composure to squeeze home on the slimmest of margins on a final scoreline of 0-9 to 1-5.Glenties meet Glenswilly at O’Donnell Park on Sunday in what promises to be a war of attrition.  GLENTIES OVERCOME ARDARA CHALLENGE TO MAKE CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL was last modified: October 22nd, 2014 by StephenShare 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:ArdarachampionshipNaomh Conaillast_img read more

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GAY BYRNE BLASTS LACK OF GARDA TRAFFIC CORPS RESOURCES IN DONEGAL

first_imgGAY Byrne is quitting the Road Safety Authority as its chairman after blasting the Government over lack of Garda resources.The TV presenter, who is 80 this summer, has been highly critical of the Government over its ‘failure’ to provide adequate resources to Gardaí.His comments come as the number of Gardaí on duty across Donegal continues to fall, with resources in the traffic corps at an all-time low. Byrne, who spends an increasing amount of time at his west Donegal holiday home, said he drove there last week from Dublin and back to the capital again without seeing a single garda.“I saw not a garda in a single yellow jacket of any kind. I have been complaining for the last year about the lack of resources, the lack of equipment and the lack of fleet given to An Garda Siochana to do the job they are supposed to be doing,” Byrne said in a weekend interview.“If you speak to people in rural areas, who are deprived of a garda presence because the local garda station has been closed down, this is what they are complaining about.“My remit is only in relation to road safety, but I continue to complain that enforcement has gone off completely and totally,” Byrne told the Sunday Independent. And in controversial comments he said people were only targeted on bank holiday weekends and went on to claim: “You are as safe as houses now in Ireland drinking your skull off and driving any day of the week provided it is not a bank holiday weekend.“They make a big song and dance about saying: ‘This bank holiday weekend we are going to be out in force.’ And they are. For the bank holiday weekend.”Last year Byrne clashed with then Justice Minister Alan Shatter over the lack of resources for Gardai as the death toll on our roads rose again.“Alan Shatter told me I didn’t know what I was talking about…..and the smash rate is going up. The accident rate is going up. The fatality rate is increasing.Gardai were doing their best, he said, but he claimed: “They don’t have the motorbikes. There is a stack of them laid up, in some bloody place where they put worn out motorbikes. “They can’t afford to maintain them because they are beyond maintaining and they can’t afford to buy new ones. There are no motorbike cops on duty around the place. All you have to do is say to the average person: ‘When did you last see a motorbike cop creeping up on you?’ The answer is: ‘Not in God knows how long!’”GAY BYRNE BLASTS LACK OF GARDA TRAFFIC CORPS RESOURCES IN DONEGAL was last modified: June 16th, 2014 by John2Share 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)last_img read more

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