Honorable Mention: T.J. Atwood, Lamar; Gavin Kensmil, Stephen F. Austin. FRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas forward Eddy Kayouloud is the Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced Monday. He averaged a double-double for the week with 22 points and 10.5 rebounds per game as the Bears started Southland Conference play 2-0 for the first time since joining the league in 2006-07. UCA outlasted UIW 88-82 in overtime on Wednesday and overcame a 14-point second-half deficit in a 71-67 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Saturday. Week Eight Southland Conference Release (PDF) Men’s Basketball Player of the Week – Eddy Kayouloud, Central Arkansas – So. – Forward – Paris, FranceOn the court for all but one minute of the overtime victory over UIW, Kayouloud recorded his first double-double of the season and the second of his career with 26 points on 8-of-15 shooting to go with a season-high 13 rebounds. In the extra period, he tallied a pair of his career-high six assists and sank 3-of-4 from the free-throw line to finish 9-of-10. The Bears (3-9, 2-0 SLC) conclude non-conference play on the road against Marquette at 1 p.m. Saturday. The game will be nationally televised on Fox Sports 1. Kayouloud followed it up by pouring in 18 points and grabbing eight boards in a come-from-behind win against A&M-Corpus Christi. In the second half, he dished out three assists and scored nine points, including a game-tying free throw with 3:33 left that sparked a 10-4 run down the stretch.
MARCKIE’S WATER RALLIES TO TAKE GRADE II, $200,000 CHARLES WHITTINGHAM STAKES BY THREE QUARTERS OF A LENGTH UNDER PEREIRA; TRAINED BY BALTAS CALIFORNIA-BRED BY TRIBAL RULE GETS 1 ¼ MILES ON TURF IN 2:00.95 ARCADIA, Calif. (May 25, 2019)–Last with three sixteenths of a mile to run, California-bred Marckie’s Water steamed home while wide-out to take Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Charles Whittingham Stakes at Santa Anita by three quarters of a length under Tiago Pereira. Trained by Richard Baltas, the 5-year-old full horse by Tribal Rule got a mile and one quarter on turf in 2:00.95.With the Baltas-trained Morse Code heading to the early lead, Tizzarunner, Ashleyluvssugar and Prime Attraction were all in close attendance around the far turn, but Marckie’s Water got the last laugh with an impressive stretch burst.Most recently a half length classified allowance winner going 1 1/8 miles on turf here April 28, Marckie’s Water, who is out of the Stravinsky mare Russian River, was off as the second choice in a field of seven 3-year-olds and up at 2-1 and paid $6.80, $3.80 and $2.60.Although he was third two starts back in the Grade II, 1 ½ miles turf San Luis Rey Stakes on March 29, the Whittingham is Marckie’s Water’s first graded stakes win and improves his overall resume to 18-6-0-2. With the winner’s share of $120,000, he now has earnings of $466,683.United, who stumbled shortly after the start while between horses at the dirt crossing, ran a huge race in defeat under Flavien Prat, rallying from mid-pack to finish second, a half length in front of Ashleyluvssugar. Off at 7-2, United paid $4.60 and $3.00.Ridden by Brice Blanc, 8-year-old gelding Ashleyluvssugar was attentive to the pace throughout and ran a big race to be third by a head over 8-5 favorite Prime Attraction. Dispatched at 8-1, Ashleyluvssugar paid $3.40 to show.Fraction on the race were 24.67, 48.83, 1:13.36 and 1:37.19.
JON WHITE BACK FOR HIS 11TH SEASON AS SANTA ANITA’S HIGHLY RESPECTED MORNING LINE MAKER; SANTA ANITA’S 2019 AUTUMN MEET IS SET TO OPEN THIS FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 ARCADIA, Calif. (Sept. 24, 2019)–An unmistakable treasure on the American Racing landscape, the indefatigable Jon White is back for his 11th year as Santa Anita’s highly respected Morning Line Maker as the track readies for its 23-day Autumn Meet opener this Friday, Sept. 27.A proud native of Spokane, WA, White’s affinity for horse racing traces back to trips with his late father to tracks such as Playfair in Spokane and Yakima Meadows, where his dad worked in their pari-mutuel departments.Upon graduating from Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane (“ESPN’s Neil Everett went there too”), White soon set about a career in racing that has seen him cast in a myriad of roles in a number of different states. (White is also quick to point out that he attended Eastern Washington University, where he noted, the LA Rams’ Cooper Kupp also attended, as did Fox Sports’ Colin Cowherd).“I’ve been in racing 45 years now and I’ve been involved in many different aspects,” said White, who is also married to popular racing writer Tracy Gantz, whose stories appear in BloodHorse Magazine and The California Thoroughbred, which is published by the CTBA. “I started out in 1974 as a chart-caller and columnist with Daily Racing Form at Northwest tracks and I got promoted in 1981 to the position of reporter-columnist here at Santa Anita and all the other Southern California tracks.“The racing during that period of time was incredible, as were the jockeys and trainers that I dealt with on a daily basis. In 1986, they assigned me to be the DRF chart-caller and I worked on this circuit in that positon until 1993.”In addition to his print career at Daily Racing Form and as a free-lancer for several industry publications, White has also toiled as a racing steward in various locales–Yakima Meadows (1979), Les Bois Park in Boise, ID (1990s) and has been a licensed CHRB steward since 2010. His most recent CHRB assignment put him in the stewards’ stand at this year’s Los Alamitos Summer Thoroughbred Meet in July.Following the 1993 Del Mar meeting, White hired on with the newly created HRTV, working as an on-air racing personality for some 20 years until taking his current position as Santa Anita’s Morning Line Maker.With a soft spoken, low key demeanor that belies an intense passion for racing, White’s historical perspective and broad-based knowledge are legendary in racing circles. Following is a question and answer session with White, who will also be making the official morning line for this year’s two-day Breeders’ Cup World Championships on Nov. 1 & 2. Q Who’s your all-time favorite horse? A No question, it’s (Washington-bred) Turbulator. He didn’t race as a 2-year-old because he became so ill that he very nearly died. He didn’t race as a 3-year-old because he severely injured a knee on a farm. His breeder, owner and trainer, Tom Crawford, then tried to trade the horse for two cows. But due to the injured knee, the swap didn’t take place. Turbulator finally did make it to the races as a 4-year-old in 1969. He lost his first three starts, but then won seven straight in just nine weeks from six furlongs to two miles at Playfair. In 1970, Turbulator broke three track records, one of those also being a world record. In another of his 1970 victories, he carried 134 pounds. A huge fan favorite, there were Turbulator T-shirts, coffee mugs, campaign buttons and refrigerator magnets, all items I possess to this day, along with two of the shoes he wore when he broke the world record for 6 ½ furlongs. Q Favorite all-time jockey? A Laffit Pincay, Jr., although Bill Shoemaker, Gary Stevens, Eddie Delahoussaye and Joe Baze, Russell’s father, certainly all rank right up there. I’ve said many times that if I ever needed a horse to win a race or I would die, I would pick Laffit to ride the horse. On the last day I was ever at Longacres, in a prime example of Laffit’s sheer strength on horseback, he won the 1986 Longacres Mile by a neck on Skywalker. I flew back to LA on the plane with Skywalker and his trainer, Michael Whittingham. Skywalker would go on to win the Breeders’ Cup Classic later that year with Pincay aboard. Q Favorite all-time trainer? A It’s a dead heat between Charlie Whittingham and Laz Barrera. I was very lucky to get to know them both quite well. They were incredible horsemen and wonderful people. I miss them a lot. Q Favorite all-time race? A It’s another dead heat, this time Secretariat’s spectacular 31-length Belmont Stakes victory to sweep the Triple Crown in 1973 and Zenyatta’s sensational win in the 2009 Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita, which I saw in person…As I stood in the mass of humanity during Zenyatta’s furious late charge to become the first female Thoroughbred to ever win the Classic, I was so overcome with emotion that I had tears in my eyes. Q You’ve had so many great moments in racing, I know Justify’s Kentucky Derby win last year ranks way up there? A As we all know, Justify didn’t make it to the races until Feb. 18 here at Santa Anita. I managed to get a one hundred dollar future book wager on him at 100 to one to win the Kentucky Derby, so that was pretty incredible. But my biggest score was hitting a Pick Six at Santa Anita that paid $45,981. It was on Dec. 28, 2003, and I did it on a $120 ticket. Q If you retired tomorrow, what would you do for kicks? A I honestly don’t know. My feeling is I will cross that bridge when I get to it.White, who has also penned a weekly racing column for Xpressbet.com since 2004, will be making the official Breeders’ Cup morning line for the sixth time this Nov. 1 & 2.
Gregor Townsend’s side ended a three-match losing streak against Australia in Sydney as they sealed a 24-19 win, Hamish Watson’s second-half try proving decisive.Defeat was a shock for the Wallabies given Scotland were without some of their star players like Stuart Hogg, Greig Laidlaw and Tommy Seymour due to British and Irish Lions responsibilities.And one fan took to Facebook to express his anger at the loss, Jack Quigley calling the performance “a disgrace” and questioning how much the current Wallabies side care about playing for their country.Quigley even offered to travel to Brisbane to speak to the squad and explain his anger, but Cheika opted to talk to him directly to insist his side were hurting just as much as the fans.”I spoke to the gentleman and gave him a ring because I think it’s important that we talk to the fans,” he said.”When we come out to pressers and say that we want to make the fans proud – that’s not lip service – we do.Our #Wallabies straight into training ahead of #AUSvITA. #ArvoRugby pic.twitter.com/K6B0xBQ6Fc— Qantas Wallabies (@qantaswallabies) June 19, 2017″We’re not perfect at it sometimes but I think that he’s expressed how he is feeling after the game and I don’t think it would be too far away from – maybe not in the detail – but not too far away from how some of us were feeling about it as well.”I spoke to him about some of the things that we are feeling, what we are trying to do around it and what some of those things are in the background.”We’re feeling the same thing as fans.”The coach also confirmed Quigley’s post had been pinned on the wall of the team room, catching some of the players by surprise.”We put the post up on the wall and that was pretty confronting for a few of the guys because they hadn’t seen it – it was pretty heavy in some ways,” he added.”That’s the message there and then.”
This was announced by CEO of the PNG Rugby Football League (PNGRFL), Bob Cutmore after his meet with Queensland Rugby League.The Hunters will leave this Sunday for the ANZAC Day clash against the Burleigh Bears in Brisbane.Cutmore said after this game, the Hunters will have four days to prepare for their home game against the Redcliffe Dolphins on the 1st of May at 3pm. “The match against Redcliffe is another important game. The annual Stan Joyce Cup will be played for and the Hunters will be out to retain the Cup.“Despite this weekend’s result, the Hunters will still be in the top three. Redcliffe are also in the top five and we need all the support we can get from the residents of Port Moresby to turn up at the NFS to support the Hunters.“This will really be appreciated by the players,” said Cutmore. After the Redcliffe game, there will be seven more home games remaining with two lots of three consecutive home games.“Saturday June 4 is against Northern Pride at 6.30pm. Saturday June 11 is against South Logan Magpies at 6.30pm while Sunday June 19 the Hunters will play Wynnum Manly at 3pm,” said Cutmore.“After three away games, the Hunters return to the National Football Stadium. Sunday July 24 is against East Tigers at 3pm, Saturday July 30, the Hunters play current premiers Ipswich Jets at 6.30pm and the next weekend is on Sunday August 6 against Burleigh Bears at 3pm,” said Cutmore.Cutmore said the final season proper home game will be played on Sunday August 28 at 3pm against the Sunshine Coast Falcons.“The finals series follows the weekend after and depending on where the Hunters end up on the ladder, a home finals game is possible,” said Cutmore.Cutmore said an updated draw is being printed and will be distributed through in the media as well as various shops and retailers.
Your dream school seems to be coming around. They’re calling more often, sending you text messages. An assistant coach even mentions a recruiting trip after the season. But still no scholarship offer. What do you do? Do you wait on the dream school and risk losing the threeoffers? Do you tell one of the three schools that want you now you will commit to them and say goodbye to your dream school? Or do you play both sides a little, tell one of those schools you will commit to them but let your dream school know that you’re still open to being recruited if things change? Those are the choices high school football players across the country have been weighing for months. They are the kinds of choices most adults would lose sleep over. But that’s the kind of pressure that’s been put on today’s elite prep athletes. “It’s not good for the kids or the schools,” said Westlake High football coach Jim Benkert, who guided two players through the recruiting process this year. “The system is not working, and it’s going to get worse.” No, it’s worse than not working. It’s creating impossible choices for 17- and 18-year-olds. Take Anthony Gildon, a defensive back from Oaks Christian, for example. Over the summer, he said he would commit to Oregon. His commitment plans were considered rock-solid. But after his senior season, USC called him up and offered him a scholarship. He loved Oregon, but USC is USC. “He was solid to Oregon, but ‘SC hadn’t recruited him yet,” Oaks Christian coach Bill Redell said. “When ‘SC comes in there, a kid from Southern California has to consider it.” Gildon listened, and even took a trip to USC a few weeks ago. The coaches from Oregon went into full-on panic mode. They called him every night, sent him text messages. Anything they could do to keep him in the fold. Last week, Redell told Gildon he needed to make up his mind, not just for the schools but for his own peace of mind. In the end, Gildon stayed with the Ducks. Florida never let it get that far with Gildon’s teammate, defensive lineman Duke Lemmens. Lemmens said he would commit to the Gators a few months ago, but it didn’t keep other schools from trying to sway him. Notre Dame made a late push, so Florida sent an assistant coach to Oaks Christian to check in on Lemmens and keep him on board. Lemmens stayed, but it wasn’t an easy choice. How did we get to this place? The problem began, Benkert said, when schools started offering more scholarships than they actually had available. A school might have 22 scholarships available for a particular recruiting class but might make offers to 60 kids. Basically, it’s an offer with an expiration date. “They can’t take all their trips and then decide what school is best for them anymore because the offer they get on one trip may not be there next week,” Benkert said. “The kids are stuck, and the schools are stuck. “And if the kid ends up at a university they’re not happy at, they end up leaving and everyone loses. The kid, the school, everyone.” So how can this dilemma be solved? Or can it even be solved? One idea that’s gaining traction amongst those in the recruiting intelligensia is creating a second signing day in the fall of recruits’ senior year. “Coaches would love to have an earlier signing period,” said Greg Biggins, a national recruiting expert with Rivals.com. “If they did that, you’d probably see more early offers, but you’d also see less players commit early because the commitment would really mean something. “And if a kid committed early but didn’t really want to sign a letter of intent, it would throw red flags up to the school about how strong the commitment really is.” Benkert poses another idea. How about allowing schools to offer only scholarships that they really have? In other words, you have 22 scholarships and you can only have 22 offers out at one time. Or, if you want to be more realistic, 30 or 40. Just not 100, like some programs are known to do nowadays. Each plan addresses a different side of the problem. Moving signing day up would keep kids from saying the will make commitments, the so-called “soft-verbals,” they don’t necessarily intend to honor. Enforcing a maximum number of offers would keep schools from making promises they don’t intend to keep. Either way, something needs to be done, because the way it stands now, kids are being forced to make major life decisions under tremendous time pressure, without all the facts and with little margin for error. There is hope, though. Samson Szakacsy is a quarterback from Camarillo High who will sign with Arizona State today. Szakacsy said he would commit to USC over the summer, when the Trojans’ quarterback situation seemed a lot more unsettled than it does now. John David Booty was recovering from back surgery, Mark Sanchez was dealing with legal issues and Aaron Corp was just another good high school quarterback. Over the next few months, Booty played his way into Heisman Trophy consideration for next season, Sanchez dealt with his legal issues and Corp became the California Player of the Year. Szakacsy saw the writing on the wall. He met with USC coach Pete Carroll, who leveled with him about the stiff competition he’d face at USC. Last weekend, Szakacsy took a trip to Arizona State and switched his plans. “Sam’s not afraid of competition or anything,” Camarillo coach Dennis Reidmiller said. “But they’ve got three of the top quarterbacks in the country at USC. Pete Carroll was very candid with him about that. At Arizona State, he could realistically start as a redshirt sophomore. “So I think he made the best decision for himself. And in the end, everybody’s happy.” ramona.shelburne@ dailynews.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! OK, let’s say you’re a high school senior and a top prospect in football. In August, three different schools are offering you a football scholarship. They’re all good programs, but your dream school is only sending letters. By September, the three schools offering you a scholarship are getting antsy, telling you that they need an answer in the next couple of weeks or they’ll have to move on to someone else.
“If this place is not interested in us, we are not interested in this place,” artist John Kong said. “I understand people can have strong personal reactions to certain things. It’s not wrong to express what he thinks when he sees this art. “The wrong thing is that City Hall took the piece down.” It was described as “innocent, thoughtless censorship, but censorship nonetheless” by Peter Scheer, executive director of the California First Amendment Coalition. Alhambra resident Henry Zhang, 41, said Mao is China’s equivalent of Adolf Hitler and his portrait should not be displayed in public buildings. “He took away other people’s freedom,” Zhang said. ALHAMBRA – Artists featured in a Chinese New Year exhibit at City Hall removed their works in anger over the city’s banishment of a piece depicting Communist leader Mao next to George Washington. The remaining 30 prints were taken down by the artists Tuesday after city staff removed a Jeffrey Ma piece pairing Mao and Washington. It was pulled because some observers found it offensive, the city said. “They don’t respect art and they don’t respect artists,” Ma said. Ma and the three other artists in the exhibit decided to take everything down after the city balked at putting the piece back up. The artists also retrieved the Mao piece stored in the City Clerk’s Office. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
1 Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has the “right profile” to play for Real Madrid, according to talkSPORT’s Spanish correspondent Graham Hunter.The 24-year-old has been linked with a move to the Bernabeu and has just 18 months remaining on his current deal at Old Trafford.However, despite the arrival of Victor Valdes at United, Hunter does not believe Real Madrid would be willing to sign the former Atletico Madrid shot-stopper due to the two “high-class goalkeepers” already at the club.“It would be David De Gea, he’s the right profile,” said Hunter. “His talent has never been in question.“It would be a devastating blow to the neighbours Atletico Madrid to bring back the keeper who was brought through as an Atletico fan prodigy.“But for the people who want credibility in transfer stories you have to put into the case that Madrid have two high class keepers at the moment.He added: “Do Real Madrid genuinely cause another fuss by bringing in De Gea and relegating [Iker] Casillas? I’m absolutely clear from briefings that Manchester United want to keep De Gea.” Manchester United David De Gea
Toni Kroos crashed a shot against the crossbar for Germany but they were never able to get back into the match as they slid to their first defeat in their opening game of a World Cup since 1982.“I don’t know if it’s the biggest win in Mexico’s history but doubtless it is one of the biggest for sure,” said 22-year-old Lozano.Germany coach Joachim Loew did not mince his words about his side’s performance, saying his team had played “very badly” in the first half of the Group F tie.“We weren’t able to impose our usual way of playing, our attacking and passing was not effective,” he said.Kroos said the Germans had no choice but to win their next two group games as the pressure mounts on Loew to turn their fortunes around against Sweden and South Korea.Neymar started against Switzerland © AFP / JOE KLAMARIf Germany finish as group runners-up, they could face Brazil in a clash of World Cup titans in the next round — a perfect chance for the Brazilians to avenge the humiliating 7-1 defeat to the Germans on home soil in 2014.Brazil, and their star Neymar, made their bow in Russia in Rostov-on-Don but gutsy Switzerland battled back to cancel out a Philippe Coutinho strike midway through the first half of the Group E tie.The Barcelona man found the top corner with a stunning curled effort in the 20th minute but Steven Zuber headed an equaliser from a corner shortly after half time and the five-time champions could not make their superior quality count.Four years after injury cut short his World Cup — Brazil suffered that defeat to Germany without him — Neymar is once again spearheading his country’s hopes.The Paris Saint-Germain striker’s participation at the finals in Russia had been cast into doubt after he suffered a broken bone in his right foot in late February.However, the 26-year-old forward has shown few signs of rustiness since returning for Brazil, scoring in consecutive friendlies in the buildup to the finals and started on Sunday.– German disarray –Germany had breezed through qualifying, scoring 43 goals and conceding just four.Loew has, like the Brazilians, transformed the team from 2014 to the extent that the man who scored the World Cup winning goal in Rio, Mario Goetze, is not in the squad.But his plans to become only the third side in the World Cup’s 88-year history to successfully defend their title were in disarray on Sunday after the Mexicans tore into his defence from the start.Mexico only lost one game in qualifying and have reached at least the second round of every World Cup they have played.In the first game of the day, Serbia beat Costa Rica 1-0 thanks to a brilliant Aleksandar Kolarov free-kick in Samara.The victory puts Serbia in a strong early position in Group E ahead of games against Brazil and Switzerland as they look to reach the last 16 for the first time since becoming an independent country.Away from the football, Russian authorities said a taxi driver who ploughed into pedestrians on a crowded pavement near Red Square in Moscow on Saturday, injuring at least seven people, had been suffering from exhaustion.The taxi driver, a 28-year-old man from the central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan, told police during questioning that he had been working for 20 hours solid before the incident and had mixed up the brake pedal and the accelerator.And a space for gay and ethnic minority football fans in Saint Petersburg during the World Cup was forced to relocate at the last minute in a move activists believe was politically motivated.Violence against gays in Russia regularly makes global headlines. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Hirving Lozano scored the goal that sent defending champions crashing to defeat © AFP / Mladen ANTONOVMoscow, Russian Federation, Jun 17 – Mexico stunned World Cup holders Germany on Sunday, inflicting a 1-0 defeat that throws the Germans’ title defence into disarray as Neymar’s Brazil stuttered to a draw against Switzerland.The outstanding Hirving Lozano smashed home the Mexican winner in the 35th minute at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium, leaving Manuel Neuer clutching at thin air on his return to the German goal after a nine-month injury absence.
LETTERMACAWARD NOTES 225th Church Anniversary Celebration in Leitir:Our Celebration starts on 12th July at 7pm with an opening Service in our Church. You are heartily invited to be with us and we are very delighted that Father Ian Cannon will come as well. Afterwards we have a barbeque in Elliott’s – followed by a session from the Gweebarra Ceili band.Over the weekend we have an exhibition in the old Leitir Rectory showing old photos and historical documents. On Saturday at 6pm there is a classical Concert in the Church and on Sunday at 4pm we will have traditional music in the Church. Followed by a Service with our Bishop Ken Good. Come along and enjoy the Anniversary event with us. In the marquee beside the Rectory we will provide refreshments. For more details please contact Angela 95 44341 Halla Naomh Bríde Hall Activities are Bingo every Monday night at 8.30pm Jackpot € 3.675.00 on 45 numbers or less. Art every Tuesday, 11.00am – 1.00pm All new comers welcome. Unislim every Wednesday 11.00am -12.00pm & 7.00pm – 8.00pm Padre Pio Relic Anyone wishing to pray at home with the Padre Pio Relic please contact Jean 0876385480 Mary 9546889 or Martin 0863459114 Graveyard Blessings Blessings Prayers and the Rosary of both graveyards will be held on Sunday afternoon 14th July. The Old Graveyard at 2pm and Cíle BrídeGraveyard at 3 pm. Kilclooney Country Market The next Country market will be on Saturday 6th July and every Saturday during July and August at 11.00am – 1.00pm in the Dolmen Centre. Come along and get your home baked goodies. Vegetables and Gifts are also available. You can treat yourself to a cup of tea or coffee in the Coffee Dock. Active Seniors Lettermacaward and Doochary The Annual Bus Tour Wednesday will be on the 31st July. The cost including a meal is €27 Please contact Angela 9544341 or Mary 087 6137869. Keys found A set of keys was found in the St Vincent De Paul shop Dungloe. There are 2 key ring pictures attached and a car key. Contact Breda 0n 0879116436 New Arrival Congratulations to Donal and Joanne Trimble, Toome on the birth of their baby recently. A wee sister named Charley for Gracie and Hughie DD LOCAL: LETTERMACAWARD COMMUNITY NEWS was last modified: July 8th, 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) Tags:DD LOCAL: LETTERMACAWARD COMMUNITY NEWS