National Assembly died on September 18, 2019

first_imgDear Editor,The life of the National Assembly ended on September 18, 2019, as a result of the non-extension of its life by a two-thirds vote as required by the Constitution for such extended period as determined by the National Assembly.Given the passage of the no-confidence vote in the Government on December 21, 2018, notwithstanding the frivolous appeal challenges in court on the validity of the no-confidence vote, the no-confidence vote was affirmed by the Chief Justice in the High Court earlier, and by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on June 18, 2019, when the 90-day clock started to tick again for the life of the Government until September 18, 2019. These 90 days between June 18 and September 18, 2019, provided more than adequate time for President Granger and the Leader of the Opposition to confer in good faith consultations and negotiate a mutually agreed solution to avoid this constitutional crisis in the national interest.There was no constitutional extension by September 18, 2019. As a consequence, the National Assembly, the Cabinet, Offices of the Speaker and Leader of the Opposition are constitutionally dead and cannot be resurrected. The survivor is the caretaker President to proclaim a date for election and dissolve the National Assembly, but since the National Assembly is dead, there is no need for any dissolution. The constitutionally dead National Assembly cannot be called and convened into session on October 10, 2019The 90 days also between June 18 and September 18, 2019, was a reasonable constitutional time limit for GECOM to conduct the elections. In fact, the notice for elections was given since December 21, 2018, when the No-Confidence Motion was passed by the National Assembly.We now have to endure the shame of this constitutional crisis until free and fair elections are held and a new Government is elected, and this should be before December 21, 2019.Yours faithfully,Joshua Singhlast_img read more

African Countries Weak as Individuals, Powerful as Collectives

first_imgFor Africa’s potential to be truly realised, the continent’s countries need to integrate in order to compete globally as regional collectives, rather than individual economies.This was emphasised by Lyal White, director of the Centre for Dynamic Markets at the Gordon Institute of Business Science. He was speaking during yesterday’s panel discussion at the SWIFT African Regional Conference.“African economies are tiny, and we need to build scale… The African market and regional entities – or even sub-regional blocs – are going to be competing in the global market, and alone they are not all that competitive. Collectively they are far more relevant.”To achieve this, the continent’s economies need to view each other less as competitors, and more as economic partners working together towards a competitive advantage.“Many African countries produce the same products at the same time of the year, so they become competitive with each other. These are the mindsets [that need to be changed], and there are real policies and reforms which need to take place.”Also participating in the panel discussion was Mina Baliamoune, director of research at the African Centre for Economic Transformation. She argued that agro-processing could potentially become the continent’s strength due to the incredible amount of available arable land.“You want a type of manufacturing that links with what Africa has. We don’t just want to start inventing products that China is already providing. We must take on things we have so that we can use our comparative advantage.”Lowering visa requirementsWhile infrastructure development projects to facilitate trade are necessary for integration, White argued the biggest driver is actually enabling the movement of people. And lowering visa requirements in African countries is a lot easier to accomplish.“It is so important and really doable. Something far quicker to achieve than these mega-projects.”Moreover, Africans should be motivated to travel to other African markets. “And we need to encourage  travel back to South Africa, and make Africans feel welcome here,” he added in reference to the recent xenophobic attacks.“Because the future of South Africa lies north of the Limpopo; it doesn’t lie here in [the South African] market.”African regional blocs should also look at introducing common – or similar – education systems, and develop a standardisation of skills, continued Baliamoune.Thus if there are too few job opportunities for a particular skill in one African country, people can easily cross borders to find employment in another.“If we get to that stage, then Africa will be truly integrated.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Where Did Liberia’s L$16B or US$106M Go?

first_imgStatement by Africa Center for Law and Human RightsAfrica Center for Law and Human Rights is a nonprofit law and human rights-based Agency based and operating in Liberia. As an agency, Africa Center for Law is utterly troubled and disgustingly disappointed in recent revelation by Hot Pepper Newspaper and other daily newspapers in Liberia collaborated by so many conflicting statements made by many key officials of the Weah-led Government in the mysterious disappearance of Sixteen Billion Liberian Dollars (L$16B or US$106M), which account for 6% of Liberia’s national budget. The L$16B or US$106M disappearance in Liberia demonstrates and supports the general views by Liberians that the CDC-led Government under the leadership of President George Manneh Weah has only increased the level of institutionalized and massive corruption measured in Liberia against many failed promises made by President Weah and his CDC-led Government.Africa Center for Law and Human Rights in this public manner joins hands with the people of Liberia and many Liberian organizations to demand that the Weah-led Government sets up an independent and internationally accepted commission to swiftly investigate the mysterious disappearance of the L$16B along with all matters pertaining to the L$16B or US$106M pending and mandated by the President of Liberia. Africa Center for Law submits and holds that the Weah-led Government must hold those responsible for the disappearance of the L$16B accountable instead of issuing travel bans on such people like a driver at the Central Bank or the Communications Director at the Central Bank. Africa Center for Law strongly believes and entreats the Weah-led Government to ensure that prohibition orders are issued against the real groups of people and they be prevented from prematurely fleeing Liberia.The individuals and the real people of interest against whom the Weah-led Government is asked to issue prohibition or a Writ of Ne-Exeat Republica to prevent them from impulsively fleeing Liberia to avoid legal nullity and/or accountability are:A) People of Interest in the Sirleaf-led Government with Statutory ResponsibilityFormer Governor of the Central Bank of LiberiaFormer Vice Governors of the Central Bank of LiberiaFormer Managing and Deputy Managing Director of National Port AuthorityFormer Minister of Finance and Development PlanningFormer Minister of State and Chief of Staff to the PresidentMrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former President of LiberiaFormer Minister of Information of the RepublicGeorge Abi Jaoudi – Business Associates of the Johnson Sirleaf-led GovernmentMr. Charles Sirleaf, Vice Governor and Key Signatory at the Central Bank of LiberiaImmediate Past Ministers of Justice & Attorney General of the Republic of LiberiaB) People of Interest in the George Weah-led Government with Statutory ResponsibilityGovernor of the Central Bank of LiberiaVice Governors of the Central Bank of LiberiaManaging and Deputy Managing Director of National Port AuthorityMinister of Finance and Development and PlanningMinister of State and Chief of Staff to the PresidentMinister of Information of the Republic of LiberiaGeorge Abi Jaoudi- Business Associate of the Johnson Sirleaf-led GovernmentMrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former President of LiberiaMr. Charles Sirleaf, Vice Governor and Key Signatory at the Central Bank of LiberiaMinister of Justice & Attorney General of the Republic of LiberiaAfrica Center for Law and Human Rights is of the opinion and strong belief that the afore-mentioned individuals and real people of interest of former President Johnson Sirleaf and President George Manneh Weah-led Governments, are designated by law and statutorily responsible for the economic life and health of Liberia and so the unexpected and targeted disappearance of the container containing Liberia’s L$16B or US$106M, should and must be declared the real individuals and real people of interest to be investigated and if found guilty of taking custody of and applying the missing L$16B or US$106M to their personal use and benefit, they must be separately and collectively held accountable. Moreover, Africa Center for Law is calling on the George Manneh Weah-led Government to move swiftly to designate and appoint an independent and internationally credible commission to investigate and establish where did Liberia’s L$16B or US$106M go since Liberia’s Minister of Justice & Attorney General is conflicted and he is already giving conflicting and contradictory statements to the public.Additionally, Africa Center for Law and Human Rights is calling on President Weah and all his nominated and commissioned officials to publicly declare their assets in order to establish the credibility and integrity of those serving the people of Liberia along with him. The rapid construction of massive structures/homes and countless purchases by officials of the Pro Poor-led Government of President George Manneh Weah less than one year after assuming power and the Presidency of Liberia, is highly worrying and certainly warrants independent and credible investigation; especially so the untimely disappearance of L$16B or UIS$106M.Africa Center for Law and Human Rights submits and holds that since the current team of investigators are reasonably and meaningfully too large, some of its members are professionally and virtually unqualified and its chairman is already conflicted and has lost his trustworthiness and credibility nationally and internationally, we are publicly calling on President Weah to move swiftly and appoint a new team of independent and internationally acceptable commission to investigate the disappearance of Liberia’s hard-earned money.Until the destination of Liberia’s L$16B or US$106M is convincingly established, Africa Center for Law is calling on the international community to refuse entry to all the people of interest named and listed in this Statement. Liberia and Liberians cannot continue for the few.Tony Leewaye Public Relations Director Africa Center for Law and Human Rights/United States OfficeShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Three for San Fernando

first_imgAs for the three challengers, we recommend Sandoval. This earnest newcomer has little political experience, but his straightforward demeanor shows he’s there not for the perks but to make his community a better place. THE city of San Fernando could teach its gigantic neighbor of Los Angeles a lesson in competitive municipal races. While most City Council races in L.A. have little or no competition, the three seats in San Fernando have garnered six candidates and a lively at-large race. Three incumbents – Nury Martinez, Steve Veres and Julie Ruelas – and three newcomers – Danitza Pantoja, Ruben Sandoval Jr. and James Lawson – are running for three open seats. The three highest vote-getters will join the council. Of the incumbents, we recommend that voters re-elect Veres and Martinez. These two energetic, intelligent and young council members appear to care about making their city a better place through smart business growth and preservation of the city’s assets. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Large chain on and off area, intersection improvements highlight South Taylor Hill four-laning

first_imgDuring construction, the Ministry intends to have two lanes of traffic open at all times, and when only one lane is possible, it hopes to have that work done overnight.The improvements to the South Taylor Hill were announced in March with $26 million in funding from the federal and provincial governments. $10.75 million is coming from the Building Canada Fund-Major Infrastructure Component, while the provincial government is providing the additional $15.25 million. An open house was held at the Taylor Community Hall Wednesday night, where a steady flow of residents get a look at what’s in store for the project. Highway 97 will turn into four lanes after drivers pass over the TaylorBridge, which will last until the existing passing lane two kilometres up. The intersection at Big Bam Road will be improved with turn lanes, and a realignment of Taylor Flats Road. A large chain-up area will also be built on the right hand side, with an entrance off Big Bam Road. Further ahead, Taylor Landing Park Road will be closed off, and access to the gravel pit there will come from the Johnson Road instead. That intersection will also be improved, with a designated left-turn lane. – Advertisement -A portion of the highway further south will also be realigned to straighten it out. The project is still in the design phase, and it’s expected a contract will be awarded in spring 2014. Construction is set to start that summer, with completion by autumn 2015.Advertisementlast_img read more

Bayern’s title hopes hit as Neuer out with calf injury

first_img0Shares0000Bayern Munich’s German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will be sidelined for the next fortnight after injurying his calf in Sunday’s 4-1 win at Duesseldorf. © AFP / Christof STACHEBERLIN, Germany, Apr 15 – Bayern Munich have suffered a blow to their league title hopes with club captain and Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer out for the next two weeks with a calf injury.The defending Bundesliga champions confirmed Neuer, 33, will be sidelined for “around 14 days” after going off injured during Sunday’s win over Fortuna Duesseldorf. With five league games left, leaders Bayern are just a point ahead of Borussia Dortmund with the Bavarian giants on course for a seventh straight league title.The injury-prone Neuer will miss at least their next two league games as reserve keeper Sven Ulreich steps up.Neuer picked up the injury early in the first half of Bayern’s 4-1 win, pulling up after making an apparently innocuous pass.Head coach Niko Kovac has confirmed Neuer has the same calf problem which saw the shot-stopper miss two games earlier this month.He will definitely miss the league match at home to resurgent Werder Bremen on Saturday, as well as next Wednesday’s away German Cup semi-final, also against Bremen, followed by a league match at Nuremberg.Neuer has faced an ongoing battle with injury in recent years. Two metatarsal fractures kept him sidelined for most of last season, while injuries to his finger and his calf have seen him miss games this term.Bayern have said defender Mats Hummels will also take a “short break from training” after also suffering a mild leg knock.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


first_imgThere was plenty of Christmas cheer in the air after a battling Donegal company announced it has managed to save 13 jobs.The company, Milford-bsed Henry McGinley & Sons, revealed it has now successfully exited Examinership.The announcement was made yesterday at Letterkenny Circuit Court and secures the future of the business and its 13 employees. Established in 1993 by Henry and Elizabeth McGinley, the family-owned company is one of the leading suppliers of structural steel and roofing systems in the northwest of Ireland.Henry McGinley & Sons was among the first businesses in Ireland to avail of the examinership process through the Circuit Court, and it is the first company in Donegal to exit the process successfully.The announcement was welcomed throughout the local community and across Donegal.After an emotionally charged day for the McGinley family and company employees, Mrs Elizabeth McGinley, Director of the Company, spoke of her relief at the announcement. Mrs McGinley said: “We are delighted with this outcome and would like to extend our sincere thanks to our suppliers, the court service, judges and the local community, both far and wide, for their messages of support since the examinership commenced.“It’s been a very tough few months, but the support we received has been overwhelming and very much appreciated. I also want to acknowledge the continuing support and loyalty of our customers and staff over the last number of years, without whom we would never have come through this’.Mrs McGinley paid special tribute to the Examiner, Mr Sean Carr of Vision Accountancy for all his hard work throughout the examinership process. She also thanked local County Councillor Ian Mc Garvey for his help, as well as her legal team and the Examiner’s legal team for their efforts.With over forty years’ experience in the fabrication, supply and erection of structural steel, Henry McGinley & Sons has built a strong reputation for delivering quality solutions to clients across the construction sector.The business traded as normal throughout the examinership process, and even secured new contracts and employed new staff during the period. Henry McGinley & Sons is now well placed to continue offering quality services to the construction industry in the years ahead and is looking forward to 2015 with renewed focus and energy. The company wishes all of its staff, customers, suppliers, stakeholders and supporters a Happy Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year.CHRISTMAS CHEER AS JOBS SAVED AT WELL-KNOWN DONEGAL COMPANY was last modified: December 20th, 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:DONGALexaminershipHenry McGinley and sonslast_img read more

1971 quake’s epicenter on quiet turnout

first_img160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Valencia-based geologist Scott Lindvall said the changes in the geologic formations on the rock walls beside the trail mark an exposure of the San Fernando Fault – not the one that ruptured 3 decades ago in Iron Canyon, east of Santa Clarita’s Sand Canyon. The `71 quake was on the Sierra Madre Fault, a north-dipping fault on the south side of the San Gabriel range. For the most part, this old picnic spot is a peaceful place. But it sits poised for a range of California-style disasters. It’s on a fault, it’s in the midst of prime brush fire territory and heavy rain can flood it out. And then there are those remnants of beer parties left behind in a spot where the only way out is a tricky winding road. Yet it’s endured some 35 years, the words on sign a contrast to the quiet scenery. “At 6:01 a.m. on February 9, 1971,” …. a fault ruptured and shook for 60 seconds the two valleys that flank it. The Sylmar Earthquake destroyed two north San Fernando Valley hospitals, where most of the victims died, and felled the overpasses of the Antelope Valley/Interstate 5 junction, then under construction. Carol Rock, (661) 257-5252 ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST – Beside a hairpin turn on a winding stretch of forest highway is a small turnout where a bullet-riddled sign tells the story of California’s sometimes shaky geology. Some seven miles from this quiet spot on Little Tujunga Road, deep in the towering mountains between the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys, was the epicenter of the Sylmar Earthquake that hit at dawn 35 years ago today, killing 64 and causing up to $1 billion in destruction. There used to be a picnic table at the Earthquake Fault turnout in the Angeles National Forest, but all that remains is the concrete slab to which it was bolted and a smattering of litter – beer bottle caps, some plastic grocery bags. “We get a lot of vandalism there, a lot of trash, but we try to keep it up,” said Mike Alarid, who works at the forest’s nearby Bear Divide station. “It’s a nice spot. In the winter, there’s a waterfall, but this year it’s dry so far.” The one-time picnic ground sports a large metal sign – apparently used frequently for target practice – that explains California’s fault system. Visitors are invited to step to a trail nearby to view an example of a fault. last_img

Could this combined Premier League team win the Champions League?

first_img Centre forward: Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – Kane is now firmly established as one of the best strikers in the world, off the back of winning the Premier League Golden Boot for the second successive season. He has scored 94 goals in the last three seasons, and netted 35 times in just 38 appearances in 2016/17. He did only score two European goals last season, and needs to prove himself in the Champions League, but no one truly doubts he will make the step up this term. 12 12 12 Left back: Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur) – Like Walker, Rose has developed under Mauricio Pochettino into an elite level full-back. He has yet to reach the level of Alex Sandro, David Alaba or Marcelo, but he is certainly in the second tier of players. Marcos Alonso of Chelsea and James Milner of Liverpool are his closest competitors, though they are nowhere near as rounded a player as Rose. 12 Centre back: Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham Hotspur) – Easily one of the best centre-backs in the Premier League, Alderweireld remains slightly below the level of some of Europe’s best. Alongside Jan Vertonghen, he has formed a superb defensive partnership. The likes of Cesar Azpilicueta, Eric Bailly and Vincent Kompany rank in behind the Belgium international. Centre attacking midfield: Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) – Still only 21, Alli is already a superb player who looks likely to just keep improving with age. He is already one of the best goalscoring midfielders in Europe, and Alli will be central to any success Spurs enjoy in the future. Given the progression in his development since moving to White Hart Lane, it won’t be too long before the Englishman establishes himself in the European elite. 12 Centre midfield: N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) – The best player in the Premier League last season, Kante was vital to Chelsea’s title success, a year after helping Leicester to their shock silverware. Though he has no European pedigree, having never played in either the Champions nor Europa League, no one is really doubting he will excel when the Blues return to European competition next season. Victor Wanyama is a close second to Kante in terms of ball-winning midfielders, but falls short of the PFA Player of the Year. Verdict: Could this team win the Champions League? – Based on talent alone, this team could win the Champions League. It is extremely strong all the way through, with the spine of De Gea, Alderweireld, Kante and Kane arguably the best in Europe. The front four can all score themselves, or create chances for others, while the midfield pair of Kante and Pogba has been proven to work in the France national set-up. There is not one clear area of weakness, and these 11 players would match up with any squad in Europe. 12 12 12 Centre midfield: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – Despite his slow start to the season, Pogba established himself a key player at Manchester United towards the end of the campaign. He is undoubtedly one of the most naturally talented footballers throughout Europe, and he proved his ability in the Champions League playing for Juventus. He will only get better with age, and before too long Pogba should universally be accepted as the best midfielder in the Premier League. 12 Right attacking midfield: Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – A hotly contested position, Hazard takes his place in the front three ahead of Sadio Mane, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and any one of Manchester City’s numerous wingers. The Chelsea star has proven himself in both European and domestic football, and enjoyed arguably his best season under Antonio Conte. At his peak he is the best player to watch in England, and it is no surprise both Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain like the look of the Belgium star. Goalkeeper: David de Gea (Manchester United) – Though De Gea’s 2016/17 season was not as exceptional as his previous two campaigns, the Spain star remains one of Europe’s best keepers. There are few clubs who would not want to sign De Gea, and it was easy to choose him ahead of closest competitors Thibaut Courtois of Chelsea and Spurs’ Hugo Lloris. 12 Right back: Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur) – Walker could be swapping one Champions League club, Tottenham, for another if a transfer to Manchester City goes through this summer. He has developed under Mauricio Pochettino into an elite level full-back, and has a fair claim to being one of the best in Europe alongside Real Madrid’s Dani Carvajal and Dani Alves. Centre back: Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham Hotspur) – Though Alderweireld is generally regarded as the better of the pair, it was Vertonghen who enjoyed a superior 2016/17 campaign. It seems unfair to include the former and not the latter when they combined to form the most impressive defence in the Premier League – conceding just 26 goals in 38 matches. English teams have struggled in the Champions League in recent years, with Chelsea’s 2012 victory the last time a Premier League side reached the final.In fact, since that historic night in Munich, only two teams have reached the semi-finals of Europe’s premier competition.Of the 20 entrants into the Champions League from England since then, the Blues made it to the semi-finals in 2013/14, while Manchester City reached the same stage in 2015/16 before losing to eventual winners Real Madrid.It is hard to accept just how poor the English teams have performed when taking to the European stage, especially considering the talent in the division.But, could a combined Premier League team win the Champions League? talkSPORT have decided upon a line-up featuring players from the clubs qualified for next season’s competition (Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United), and assess whether it could succeed in Europe’s premier competition.So, could this team win the Champions League? Click the right arrow, above, to see the XI and comment with your answer below… 12 Left attacking midfield: Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool) – Being targeted by Barcelona is a big enough sign you are one of Europe’s best, and Coutinho has been tracked by the LaLiga giants for a number of months. He enjoyed a wonderful season, though his consistency continues to prove a big issue, and Liverpool would be in dire straits if they lost the Brazil star. 12last_img read more


first_imgIreland’s European Champs hope to be top Europeans again at World XCDONEGAL athletics coach Teresa McDaid is off to Poland – hoping to lead Ireland’s European cross-country champions to world glory.Fionnuala Britton and Mary Cullen from Sligo will lead the Irish team for the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland on Sunday.This will be the 40th edition of these championships and it will see the world’s best distance runners battle it out for individual and team honours. RTE Two will be showing live coverage from 12 noon until 2pm this Sunday.The Irish team also includes Linda Byrne (Coach: Enda Fitzpatrick), Lizzie Lee (Coach: Donie Walsh) and Ava Hutchinson (Coach: Ray Treacy) who were all scoring members of the 2012 Gold Medal winning European Cross Country Championship team.Team Manager and Letterkenny AC’s Teresa McDaid commented “I am looking forward to going to World Cross with the women’s team, Fionnuala, Linda, Ava and Lizzie fresh from European cross are in good form and the addition of Mary is a bonus.“The World Cross Country Championships is a magnificent event, a real test with athletes from all the disciplines of endurance distances coming together in the one race on the one day.” High Performance Director Kevin Ankrom said: “As a target I would look to see our team finish at these championships as the top European team and individually each athlete run to the best of their ability. If we can accomplish both of these targets we will do well overall as a team.”The World Cross Country Championships has been a notoriously hard hunting ground for European athletes as they contend with the imperious strength of the Kenyan and Ethiopian squads.Linda Byrne (Dundrum South Dublin AC) finished eighth at the European Cross Country Championships and was a crucial member of the gold medal winning team on that occasion. Club mate Ava Hutchinson (Dundrum South Dublin AC) and Lizzie Lee (Leevale AC) make up a strong Irish women’s team for the event and if all the athletes run to form there is no reason why they cannot be the top team in Europe once again.  ATHLETICS COACH TERESA HOPING TO LEAD IRELAND’S WOMEN TO NEW CROSS COUNTRY WORLD GLORY was last modified: March 21st, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:ATHLETICS COACH TERESA HOPING TO LEAD IRELAND’S WOMEN TO NEW CROSS COUNTRY WORLD GLORYlast_img read more