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  • ‘We’ve brought our champ home’

    first_imgEmail At the unveiling of the mural at St Francis Boxing Club were (from left)Kevin Sheehy Snr, Ken Moore, Emma Colbert, Marion Moore, Tracey Tully, Simone Tully and Cassidy Manning.Photo: Brendan GleesonTRACEY Tully smiled as she admired the giant mural honouring her son on the wall outside St Francis Boxing Club in Limerick City.The mother of five-time Irish boxing champion Kevin Sheehy, who was killed while walking home three months ago,  simply commented: “We’ve brought our champ home”.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Since he was fifteen, Kevin had spent almost every waking hour at the boxing club on Old Francis Street, sparring and training under the tutelage of Ken Moore. Within five years he was a national champion and well on the way to representing Ireland at the Olympic Games.All that promise was wiped out in the early hours of Monday, July 1 when he was fatally injured after being hit by a vehicle on the Hyde Road.While his family and friends tried to take it all in, Gardaí arrested and charged 29-year-old Logan Jackson from Coventry in England with his murder.Speaking outside her son’s boxing club last weekend, Ms Tully said: “We used to bring him here. He loved all art and all this kind of work. He loved murals, absolutely loved them.“I used to have to drive him around when he was very young, down around this area actually, just to have a look at all the murals. We’ve brought our champ home.”The giant mural, designed by Dublin based street artists ADW, shows the much-loved athlete between two boxer silhouettes, and the words “Limerick’s Champion”.“It’s beautiful to know that he is remembered here. This is his second home.”Fighting back tears, she added: “It is very hard to put into words, to be honest, how I’m feeling right now.”Kevin Sheehy’s daughter Kevaeh, who was born shortly after his death, was brought to the unveiling ceremony by her mother, Emma.A large crowd braved downpours to support the unveiling, commissioned by St Francis boxing coach Ken Moore and his wife Marion.“We are very proud. We always knew he was very special and he had that effect on people. He was very kind, he had a beautiful personality. He was very positive, and I’m very proud to be his mother,” Ms Tully added.Kevin Sheehy Snr described the unveiling of his son’s mural as a bittersweet moment – “sad in one way, but also very proud that Ken and his wife Marion did this for Kevin”.“It’s a lovely gesture and we appreciate it,” he added.Sheehy Snr and his father before him were St Francis boxers – proud of their heritage in “the oldest club in Ireland”.“A lot of lads from Limerick came through these doors. It’s a great place. They do great things for kids around here, and they did great things for my son. I’ll always be grateful to them for that.”“He only stated boxing at 15, but he was kickboxing since he was eight. He’s always been involved in sports, rugby and football. He was very good at all sports.”“He was captain of the rugby team and captain of the football team, Irish kickboxing champion, five times Irish boxing champion. He had it all ahead of him.”His granddaughter’s birth so soon after his son’s death was “a little bit of a silver lining in a terrible situation for us”.He laughed, describing how after her birth  Kevaeh was photographed holding her little mitts up to her face like a pro-boxer.“I hope she doesn’t feel like she has to become a boxer. But it looks as though somehow that’s what she wants to do.” NewsCommunity‘We’ve brought our champ home’By David Raleigh – October 2, 2019 2787 Linkedin Twitter Advertisementcenter_img WhatsApp Print Facebook Previous articleRich programme citywide for Make A Move festivalNext articleRetail task force needed for Limerick city centre David Raleighlast_img read more

  • American Legion Breaks Ground on New Ocean City Post

    A vacant lot at the corner of 46th Street and West Avenue in Ocean City, NJ, will be the future home of American Legion Post 524. The lot is adjacent to the Ocean City Fire Department station on West Avenue.American Legion Morvay-Miley Post 524 broke ground Friday on a new home in Ocean City.Post 524 members celebrated the event and thanked the city officials who helped make it happen during a noon ceremony at the corner of 46th Street and West Avenue.Post Commander Bob Marzulli and Mayor Jay Gillian sign a lease agreement for $1 a year.City Council gave final approval on July 24 to leasing city-owned property to the American Legion for $1 a year, so it can build a bigger post.Mayor Jay Gillian asked the veterans in attendance not to thank the city.“The thanks has to come from all of us in Ocean City,” Gillian said of the group’s service to the nation.Gillian said the ceremony should be a call to action to the entire community to rally behind the post as it raises money and volunteer help to construct the new facility.“It’s going to take the entire community,” he said.Post Commander Bob Marzulli said sketches for a one-story, 7,000-square-foot building are being made. The building will have to be elevated to meet flood zone requirements, and ramps or possibly an elevator will help members gain access. The facility will include a kitchen, meeting rooms, a game room and an office.The post will start a fundraising effort and seek volunteer assistance to make the project happen. (Anybody interested in donating or helping can contact Marzulli at [email protected])The post currently leases space at 3304 Bay Avenue from Cape May County. But with 355 American Legion members, 100 members of the Sons of the American Legion and another 100 members of the Auxiliary, the veterans organization needs more space.Under a new 50-year lease officially signed on Friday, the post will be responsible for any construction costs. The use of the leased 70-by-100-foot building will be restricted to “the housing, recreation, education or health care of veterans of any war of the United States.” If that use were ever to change, the lease will be terminated.City officials and veterans leaders spoke about the importance of the new facility and the importance of the American Legion to Ocean City.City Council President Tony Wilson, Councilman Keith Hartzell and Freeholder Marie Hayes were among those who spoke. read more

  • Supreme Court seeks to eliminate disparities in graft sentences

    first_img“I’m still baffled as to why each graft defendant receives a different sentence,” ICW researcher Kurnia Ramadhana said recently.“It only reaffirms the longtime public assumption that justice isn’t always blind to those with more power and resources in this country.”Read also: Weakened KPK may face hurdles in probing social aid graft: ActivistsAs a fix, the antigraft watchdog urged the Supreme Court to draft a set of guidelines for use by corruption court judges, which Kurnia said was required to restore public faith in judges’ determination to combat corruption. Otherwise, the public would assume that the principle of fair trial was not being heeded in the courts. A perceived inconsistency in the sentencing of graft convicts has put pressure on the Supreme Court to draft a set of guidelines for judges to follow, as antigraft experts call for a clearer sentencing policy for the nation’s corruption courts.Graft sentences can vary wildly in Indonesia, a country steeped in corrupt practices in both the public and private spheres, where access to power and resources can often affect the outcomes of proceedings in court, in prison and long after sentencing.Most recently, a study by Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) found that corruption court judges hand out varying degrees of punishment to graft convicts in different cases who are culpable of the same or similar charges, without providing any reasonable explanation. “The Supreme Court needs to draft sentencing guidelines so […] that the quality of the Indonesian justice system will eventually improve,” he said.While the nation has strengthened its antigraft response since the founding of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) 18 years ago, pushback from political power brokers and conflicts of interest have stymied much of the movement’s progress in recent years.Indonesia currently sits middle of the table at 85th place out of 180 nations surveyed in Transparency International’s 2019 Corruption Perception Index.Read also: 2019: A grim year for antigraft fightKurnia said his suggestion was based on an ICW study released on April 22, which found that judges across Indonesia meted out an average two-year-and-seven-month prison term for graft convicts last year, a slight increase from 2018’s figures.More disconcerting, however, is how the study recorded several cases of judges doling out different sentences in different court cases, even though the defendants often faced the same charges.In July last year, for instance, judges at Makassar Corruption Court in South Sulawesi handed former Bategulung village head Muh. Said a 2.5-year prison term for embezzling Rp 542 million (US$36,133) in village funds from 2015 until 2018.In misusing state funds for personal gain, the judges found Said guilty of violating Article 2 of the 2001 Corruption Law.In a separate case, judges in Banjarmasin Corruption Court in South Kalimantan found former Hambuku village head Datmi guilty of embezzling Rp 43 million in village funds intended to finance the construction of a bridge.The judges handed him a harsher four-year prison sentence, even though he was found guilty of the same charges as Said.Read also: Activists warn of potential graft as govt sets aside billions for COVID-19 reliefThe disparity in graft convictions did not just occur last year.Most notably, former adjutant to the head of the East Java Agriculture Agency, Anang Basuki, got off lightly with an 18-month prison term in 2017 in a bribery case that saw him violate Article 5 of the Corruption Law.In another bribery case that went to trial a year earlier, Kasman Sangaji, a former lawyer to Dangdut singer Saipul Jamil, was given five years in prison despite facing similar charges to Anang.“This has led us to believe that every judge has a different way of interpreting graft cases that fall under the same articles in the Corruption Law, simply because there is no guideline to determine how punishments are meted out,” Kurnia said.Read also: KPK wants death for corruption convicts during COVID-19 outbreakWhile defending the judge’s prerogative in determining a sentence, a member of the University of Indonesia’s Judicial Watch Society (MaPPI) agreed that a set of guidelines would help the arbiters of justice determine the right sentence for graft defendants.The group itself has been assisting the Supreme Court with setting up such guidelines since 2018.MaPPI researcher Adery Ardhan said on Saturday that the public expected judges to be able to explain their considerations in handing down sentences or otherwise face accusations of unfairness.“The guidelines can also preserve their credibility too, because once defendants raise doubts about their sentences, judges can use the guidelines to defend their rulings,” Adery told The Jakarta Post.Supreme Court spokesman Andi Samsan Nganro acknowledged that there were concerns about the disparity in graft convictions, and said the court had already started drafting the necessary guidelines.The guidelines, expected to be completed this year, will set out a list of conditions whereby judges can make sentences more or less severe, and is expected to include a mechanism to determine how a defendant’s role in a case affects the final verdict.Read also: KPK terminates 36 investigations amid declining public trust“We established a working group earlier this year to draft the guidelines. We hope we can finish them immediately as they are currently being finalized,” Andi said.Separately, KPK spokesman Ali Fikri also expressed hope that the court would immediately issue the desired guidelines, noting that the commission had also been involved in the drafting process.Topics :last_img read more

  • Syracuse snags best-ever ranking in AP preseason poll

    first_imgSyracuse was ranked 23rd in the Associated Press 2015-2016 preseason poll Tuesday — its highest preseason mark in history. Last year, SU broke the AP Top 25 for the first time, earning the No. 24 spot in its preseason ranking.The Orange was ranked fifth in the Atlantic Coach Conference coaches’ poll almost two weeks ago.The Orange is coming off a 22-10 (11-5 ACC) season. SU lost to No. 13 seed Wake Forest in its first conference tournament game in March then advanced to the Round of 32 in the NCAA tournament where it lost to South Carolina.Syracuse’s season starts against Rhode Island on the road on Nov. 13 at 5 p.m.Three-time defending champion Connecticut was ranked No. 1.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Syracuse women’s basketball slots 5th in preseason ACC pollSyracuse will play 4 Power 5 opponents in nonconference slateGallery: Orange Madness kicks off Syracuse basketball seasonscenter_img Published on November 3, 2015 at 11:03 am Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettuslast_img read more

  • Premier League Week 29: Spurs, Arsenal draw as Man United, Wolves, Man City all win

    first_img–Source: talkSPORT Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League after edging past Bournemouth.Elsewhere, Manchester United beat Southampton at Old Trafford in a five-goal thriller.Brighton and Wolves also picked up wins at home while Burnley succumbed to a heavy defeat to Crystal Palace.BOURNEMOUTH 0-1 MANCHESTER CITYManchester City returned to the top of the Premier League but lost Kevin De Bruyne and John Stones to injury following a 1-0 success at Bournemouth.Substitute Riyad Mahrez secured City’s fifth successive top-flight win with a low strike early in the second half after coming off the bench to replace the stricken De Bruyne.With title rivals Liverpool not in action until Sunday’s Merseyside derby against Everton, City moved two points clear at the summit, albeit having played a game more.But victory on the south coast, which was wrapped up without the hosts producing a shot at goal, came at a significant cost to Pep Guardiola’s side.Creative midfielder De Bruyne limped off in first-half stoppage time with a suspected hamstring problem, before England defender Stones also exited prematurely minutes after the restart.BRIGHTON 1-0 HUDDERSFIELDBrighton grabbed their first Premier League victory of 2019 at the eighth attempt with a 1-0 win over Huddersfield.The victory halted a slide that had threatened to drag the Seagulls from mid-table at Christmas into the bottom three.Substitute Florin Andone scored the only goal after 79 minutes of a nervy encounter with his fourth league goal of the season to give his side three points that they just about deserved for an improved second-half display.Huddersfield had won for the first time in 15 matches in midweek, but back-to-back victories proved beyond them. They are without an away league goal in 452 minutes since Mathias Jorgensen scored in their 3-1 loss at Manchester United on Boxing Day.BURNLEY 1-3 CRYSTAL PALACECrystal Palace moved eight points clear of the Premier League relegation zone with a comprehensive 3-1 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor.The teams began the day locked together on 30 points but Palace had much the better of things under grey Lancashire skies, with Michy Batshuayi and Wilfried Zaha adding to an own goal from Phil Bardsley.Ashley Barnes pulled one back late on for Burnley but it was little consolation.MANCHESTER UNITED 3-2 SOUTHAMPTONPaul Pogba missed a stoppage time penalty but it didn’t matter as Manchester United claimed a 3-2 victory against Southampton in a five-goal thriller.Yan Valery’s 25-yard piledriver stunned Old Trafford into silence midway through the first half but Andreas Pereira drew United level seven minutes into the second half with a fine curling effort.Pereira then teed up Romelu Lukaku as United retook the lead on the hour and the Belgian would have the final say – after James Ward-Prowse equalised with a sublime free-kick – with a fantastic finish in the last minute.Paul Pogba saw his injury-time spot-kick saved but United held on.WOLVES 2-0 CARDIFFQuickfire goals from Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez piled the relegation pressure on Cardiff as slick Wolves claimed a routine 2-0 win.The duo struck in the first half to ensure the hosts broke their Premier League points record with the victory.Wolves sit seventh on 43 points as they continue to chase Europe, having lost just four times in their last 19 games in all competitions, reaching the FA Cup quarter finals in the process.Cardiff have now shipped 10 goals in their last three games and also lost Sol Bamba to injury.TOTTENHAM 1-1 ARSENALPierre-Emerick Aubameyang had a stoppage time penalty saved by Hugo Lloris as Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal battled out an eventful draw at Wembley.Harry Kane became the all-time top scorer in north London derbies after equalising from the spot – and his effort was enough to earn Tottenham’s first draw in 33 matches.It was the Englishman’s ninth goal in nine Premier League games against the Gunners, but Lloris’ stop was even more important as it ensured Spurs avoided three successive defeats, which would have left Tottenham’s chances of sealing a place in the top four in serious jeopardy.Both penalty decisions were soft, with Kane appearing offside, while Unai Emery’s side finished with 10 men after Lucas Torreira was sent off in stoppage time for a foul on Danny Rose.last_img read more

  • BYE BYE: Man United defender Ashley Young agrees Inter Milan move

    first_imgMilan, Italy | AFP |  Manchester United defender Ashley Young has agreed a move to Serie A club Inter Milan, according to reports on Thursday.The 34-year-old will arrive in Italy on Friday for a medical before signing an 18-month contract, Gazzetta Dello Sport reported.United will receive 1.5 million euros ($1.6 million) plus bonuses for Young who has spent the past eight-and-a-half seasons at Old Trafford since arriving from Aston Villa in 2011.Young, who has played 39 times for England, has made 261 appearances for the Premier League club and scored 19 goals. He was club captain this season but only started 10 league games.He won the 2013 Premier League title, the FA Cup in 2016 and both the League Cup and Europa League in 2017. Young leaves the Premier League with United in fifth, 27 points behind leaders Liverpool, who they play at Anfield on Sunday.Inter signed Romelu Lukaku from United last summer and also have Alexis Sanchez on loan from the club.Antonio Conte’s side are second in Serie A, two points behind champions Juventus. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more


    first_imgBILL NEAL PRE-GAME NOTE: EDDIE JEFFERIES GET WELL SOON. WE LOVE YOU MAN! :10 By now you are fully aware of the passing of Armon Gilliam, one of our area’s all time greatest champions. What you may not know is that not one of the local TV stations or major daily newspapers covered his funeral. The only media on hand was your New Pittsburgh Courier. Armon was a15 year NBA superstar; No. 2 NBA draft selection; UNLV College All American and Hall of Famer; tremendous financial giver to local charities and no one thought his funeral was worthy of coverage…C’MON MAN !!! You need to put this paper down right now and call those media outlets mentioned above and ask why they didn’t cover the passing of this great man. Remember, if they disrespect him they will disrespect you. :09 My good friend Robert “Rock” Robinson has written a book entitled “From the Ghetto to the Green” and it’s fantastic. Robinson is another local champion doing great things. Unless you’ve been living under a rock you know that Robinson is the Black guru of golf in Pennsylvania and has played a major role in getting area youth into the sport and into college to play on scholarship. Go online, look it up, buy the book!:08 The Miami Heat will not be in the NBA Championship finals next year. Take that to the bank!:07 Speaking of no shows, where the hell was the Pittsburgh basketball family at Armon Gilliam’s funeral. A church that was half full should have been busting at the doors with all of you that had the privilege of playing with or against him. Shame, shame, shame on you! None of the local colleges, coaches, players, community agencies…shame, shame, shame! Just use a brother up while he’s here and when he’s gone, he’s gone, huh?:06 God bless you Coach Karen Hall for all you did in helping Armon’s family and bringing Coach Tarkanian in.:05 Welcome home Chanel Smith, former Ms. Pittsburgh and current fitness trainer and entrepreneur. The city of Pittsburgh always welcomes you.:04 Let’s go USA lady’s soccer team. It’s your time again. USA 3-Japan 2…that’s my early pre go-to-print prediction. (Editor’s Note: Japan won the Women’s World Cup, stunning the United States 3-1 in a penalty shootout July 17 after coming from behind twice in a 2-2 tie.):03 This is the get a clue section:•Did you really think the NFL was going to let all that money go down the drain and cancel the season? Greed is a powerful emotion to overcome! Having said that even you Central Catholic grads can figure out the NBA ain’t gonna go on strike!•I told you Cam Newton will be a star…and Terelle Pryor will be a star too. Take that to the bank.•Plaxico Burress will sign for big loot, and he’s in shape. He’s been in jail, man!•Now listen and listen good. If they didn’t lock Barry Bonds up, ain’t no way in hell they were going to lock Roger Clemens up. C’mon man…get a clue.:02 The man they made the movie about that Denzel played in, “Remember the Titans,” is coming to town to speak at the Pirates’ African American Heritage Luncheon on Friday. Call my man Chaz Kellem at the Pirates’ office to get the scoop, 412-323-5000.:01 SHOUT OUT’s: Kinda like Brotha Ash…but not as good.•Terrence Buys Houses—Welcome aboard, thanks for your help•Ricketts, Young, Holloman, and Robinson thanks for the show at Eat n Park!•Alia Carter and the girls, couldn’t have done it without ya!-Yeeeaaahh Pittsburgh Pirates, Go boys!“DOUBLE OVERTIME”:00 Get ready to get ready…the next First Friday is coming at ya on Friday, Aug. 5 at “The Club” in Monroeville. Over 150 people attended the last Old School Par-Tay. Don’t you miss it again. We’re blowing up!“TRIPLE OVERTIME”This is the next to the last call for any and all boys and girls ages 8-16 for the newly renamed Champions “ARMON GILLIAM HARD WORK” Basketball Camp on Sat. and Sun. July 30 and 31 at the Penn Hills YMCA. 9 a.m. sharp to 5 p.m. each day. And it will be hard work! The camp includes superior supervision, tee-shirt, lunch, skills drills and games. To register call the Champions right away at 412-628-4856. Only 100 spots are available.~ Game Over ~last_img read more

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