Banks DIH Limited on Saturday rewarded 25 of its employees’ and shareholders’ children who were successful at this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA).Senior executives of Banks DIH joined by the NGSA bursary awardeesThe children were awarded bursaries towards their future endeavours during the presentation ceremony which was held at the company’s Sports Club, Thirst Park, Georgetown.Delivering remarks at the event, Communications Manager of Banks DIH, Troy Peters, congratulated the students for their accomplishment. He also urged them to continue to strive for excellence.While echoing the same sentiments as Peters, Co-managing Director of Banks DIH, George McDonald also encouraged the children to remain enthusiastic in their academic pursuits.Moreover, the company’s brew master, Matthew Kendall, took the opportunity to remind this year’s awardees that the bursary awards ceremony is the company’s commitment to its social responsibility.Among the awardees were Nia Pemberton, Sadelle Britton, Jorrel Payne, Latavia Darrell, Ziquan Grant, Kymani Jabbar, Ramual Dindyal, Duke Gittens, Daria Clement, Duel Booker, Brianna Hendricks, Shania Duguid, Akeelah Niles, Alliya Stewart and Naomi Smith; all of whom are children of individuals employed with Banks DIH.Adding to that were a number of students who are the children of stakeholders, comprising of Quacy Isaacs, Kazaquah Uzzi, Juan Ferrieira, Angelina Dhoray, Nicholas Parmesar, Saeed Osman, Brandon McKoy, Rashilo Cornelius, Brianna Dey and Kunal Challu.These students are all off to pursue their secondary education at the respective schools awarded based on their performance at the NGSA.
Eddie Howe has committed his long-term future to Bournemouth by penning a new contract.The 37-year-old has overseen a remarkable rise during two spells at the club, taking the Cherries from the foot of League Two to the Premier League.He was named the Football League manager of the decade last season and is widely considered to be England’s brightest managerial prospect.“I am delighted that Eddie has committed his future to the club,” Bournemouth owner Maxim Demin said. “Eddie and I have a very close relationship, we speak everyday and we trust each other implicitly when making decisions that affect the football club. “The mutual respect we have for each other has helped create a unique bond at the top of the club and has acted as the foundation for all of our recent successes. “Together we have managed to achieve a great deal in a short space of time, and I have complete faith in Eddie and his management team to establish AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League over the coming seasons.” 1 Eddie Howe
CAPPRY ROVERS NOTESCAPPRY ROVERS LOTTOThe numbers drawn in this week’s draw were 2, 11, 16, 23. There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was John Doherty, Woodland, Dooish.Next weeks jackpot is €2300.Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win!!! SENIORSOur senior team are at home to Gweedore Celtic on Sunday with a 2pm kick off.All support welcome.CAPPRY YOUTHSU18’s beat Gweedore Utd on penalties in the 1/4 final of the Colin Breslin Cup today after the game finished 1:1 after extra time. Stephen Carr scored the Cappry goal with a delightful chip in the second half of normal time. The lads were unlucky not to win the game in normal time as they hit the woodwork several times. Well done to all the boys for coming through a difficult game and they will now face Swilly Rovers away in the semi-final. CAPPRY ROVERS U16Our u16’s were away to Castlefin in the Cup Semi-Final and came away with an excellent 4-0 win with Shaun Rodgers, Kyle O’Meara and Sean McBride (2) grabbing the Cappry goals.This set up a Cup Final against Convoy Arsenal which will be played on Wednesday evening in The Curragh with a 7.30pm kick off.Best of luck lads. CAPPRY ROVERS U14Our u14’s played 2nd placed Drumkeen Utd in the league and came away with a very good point. Joel Bradley Walsh getting the all important goal for Cappry.Next up is a home game against Convoy Arsenal on Wednesday evening in Cappry Park with a 6pm kick off.CAPPRY CRUSADERS U12Cappry Crusaders U12 team made the long journey to Keadue for the first game of the cup on Saturday 28th March. Having only played one competitive game in the last 6 weeks, our boys found it hard to adapt to the windy conditions. Playing with the wind in the first half Cappry failed to use it to their advantage and went in at half time 1-0 down. A strong half time talk brought our boys out fighting in the second half but try as they might they could not find an equalising goal. Tim Scanlon and Johnny Griffin were simply outstanding in defence with Jason McElchar putting in a great display on the right wing. Many thanks to Keadue for their hospitality and for a great game. Next game is against Letterkenny next weekend at Cappry!SOCCER NEWS: CAPPRY U18s BEAT GWEEDORE CELTIC was last modified: March 31st, 2015 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:Cappry Rovers notes