Pengelley wins trip of a lifetime

first_imgThe recently held Johnnie Walker Charity Golf Tournament at the Tryall Golf Club in Hanover raised an estimated J$3 million that will go towards the Diageo Learning for Life Programme, making this year’s tournament a success. However, Brian Pengelley, the Jamaica country manager for AMECO, a business that manages motor vehicle fleets for large companies, might consider himself the real winner coming out of the tournament. Pengelley, who was formerly employed by Red Stripe, won for himself an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the Formula One Grand Prix race in Austin, Texas, from October 23-25. Pengelley, who took up his position at AMECO last year, was one of several persons who bought extra bottles of Johnnie Walker’s Reserve brands during the tournament, which allowed him an entry into the raffle, along with the golfers who participated in the tournament. He couldn’t believe his luck. “Total disbelief that I could be so lucky,” he said. “I actually thought that Cedric (Blair), when he drew my name from the jar, was joking as I had told him how much I wanted to win this trip on the Friday evening when he announced it.” The excited immediate past president of the Jamaica Manufacturers’ Association (JMA) said he was looking forward to the experience of actually being at the race which, he said, is so much better than watching on television. “I am grateful for the opportunity to attend, but I am extremely hopeful that the package will include pit passes as this is really where you can get close to the cars and the drivers, which is an opportunity of a lifetime.” The trip is proving to be a dream come true for the man who considers himself a huge fan of motorsports. “I am a huge fan of Formula One as I have been following it for as long as I can remember,” Pengelley said. “I also follow motorsport in general, as I used to rally here in Jamaica, and my son raced go-karts (which is where these drivers started) at a very competitive level in Canada. In fact, he and I attended some 10 years ago the F1 race in Montreal, and we have always wanted to experience this again.” Pengelley took time to praise the Learning for Life Programme that has so far provided more than 11,000 Jamaicans with skills that will enable them to provide for themselves and their families. His praise had more to do with the impact the programme has been having on the lives of some of the country’s less fortunate youth and not because he gets to attend a NASCAR racing event. “We cannot underestimate this initiative of Diageo and Red Stripe here in Jamaica as it sets a huge example of how critical it is that a business like this gives back to our communities, and especially our young people,” he said. “I am personally aware of how extensive and far-reaching the Diageo Learning for Life programme is and how many lives it has touched, and so the opportunity to participate and support is indeed gratifying.” FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCElast_img read more

Man United’s FIFA 19 ratings leaked as Lukaku boosted but bad news for Sanchez

first_img latest Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Most read in football Lee Grant – 74 (FIFA 18 rating = 73)Eric Bailly – 82 (FIFA 18 rating = 84)Ander Herrera – 82 (FIFA 18 rating = 84)Marouane Fellaini – 79 (FIFA 18 rating = 79)Juan Mata – 83 (FIFA 18 rating = 84)Marcus Rashford – 81 (FIFA 18 rating = 81)Anthony Martial – 83 (FIFA 18 rating = 83)Ashley Young – 80 (FIFA 18 rating = 77) How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update This time around, there will be no need for guessing, as various teams have had their player ratings leaked.Manchester United are one such team, and you can see the FIFA 19 ratings for the entire playing squad, compared to their FIFA 18 ratings, below…David De Gea – 91 (FIFA 18 rating = 91)Antonio Valencia – 82 (FIFA 18 rating = 82)Chris Smalling – 81 (FIFA 18 rating = 81)Phil Jones – 80 (FIFA 18 rating = 81)Luke Shaw – 78 (FIFA 18 rating = 79) Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Tahith Chong – 65 FIFA 18 rating = 64)Angel Gomes – 66 (FIFA 18 rating = 63)Ethan Hamilton – 64 (FIFA 18 rating = N/A)Joshua Bohui – 64 (FIFA 18 rating = 64)Callum Gribbin – 65 (FIFA 18 rating = 63)RoShaun Williams – 64 (FIFA 18 rating = 64)Demetri Mitchell – 67 (FIFA 18 rating = 64) 4 impact whoops Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Three characters, one common goal. Become a champion. https://t.co/jzN0DKyGUq #FIFA19 #TheJourney pic.twitter.com/pzz4S7cLvo— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) August 21, 2018Of course, one of the biggest changes in the game every year is the updated squads and player ratings, and in the run up to release fans are always predicting who should have their rating increased or decreased from last year’s edition. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT silverware possible standings Teenage full-back Dalot was signed by Man United earlier this summer center_img Young has established himself as Man United’s first-choice left-back, and he’s been rewarded with a three point increase smart causal 4 gameday cracker BEST OF It’s a two point drop for Sanchez after his struggles since joining Man United in January Shaw has seen his rating decrease after another poor season at Old Trafford Nemanja Matic – 86 (FIFA 18 rating = 84)Paul Pogba – 88 (FIFA 18 rating = 88)Fred – 82 (FIFA 18 rating = 80)Jesse Lingard – 82 (FIFA 18 rating = 80)Romelu Lukaku – 87 (FIFA 18 rating = 86)Alexis Sanchez – 87 (FIFA 18 rating = 89) 4 There is just over a month to go until FIFA 19, the latest instalment of the hit video game, is released.Big changes in the new edition include the official introduction of the Champions League to the game, while there is also the latest chapter of The Journey, FIFA’s story mode. revealed Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won predicted Andreas Pereira – 78 (FIFA 18 rating = 79)Scott McTominay – 71 (FIFA 18 rating = 63)Victor Lindelof – 79 (FIFA 18 rating = 79)Marcos Rojo – 80 (FIFA 18 rating = 82)Sergio Romero – 80 (FIFA 18 rating = 80)Matteo Darmian – 76 (FIFA 18 rating = 80)Diogo Dalot – 72 (FIFA 18 rating = 68) 4 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures last_img read more