‘Admiral’ revival – Tivoli Gardens FC continue resurgence with victory

first_imgTivoli Gardens FC’s resurgence continued under the technical leadership of Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey when they edged Harbour View FC 2-1 in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) football match at Edward Seaga Sports Complex yesterday. Jamaica College schoolboy star Donovan Dawkins opened the scoring for Tivoli in the second minute, and defender Barrington Pryce got the winning goal in the 81st minute. Jorginho James netted for the losers in the 27th minute. Tivoli started with more purpose as they ran at the visitors. The home side went ahead early when the 18-year-old Dawkins scored his first goal for the club. However, Harbour View picked up the pace and equalised courtesy of James in the first half. On the resumption, Tivoli continued their spirited play, but were let down by wasteful shooting from former Reggae Boy Jermaine ‘Teddy’ Johnson, who missed three sitters. Not to be denied, however, they went ahead for good when Pryce climbed high and headed a right-side free kick taken by Junior Flemmings past goalkeeper Mark Bryan. Tivoli’s assistant coach, Damion Gordon, was pleased with the overall performance of his team. “I’m very excited about the win today. It is our second since ‘Admiral’ returned. We dominated the game and should have won by a bigger margin,” Gordon told The Gleaner. Gordon, a former Tivoli defender and captain, spoke highly about Bailey’s influence on the team since he (Bailey) returned last month and took over as technical director. “He (Bailey) knows the club, as he spent many years here and won two Premier League titles, so it was a good move,” the assistant coach said. Flemmings, who is Tivoli’s leading scorer on eight goals and who failed to get on the scoresheet despite working hard, also praised Bailey for his leadership. “Well, first and foremost, it was a crucial win for us. The coach (Bailey) made the difference. He has been working on some things in training, and we followed his instruction and won the game,” Flemmings said. On the other hand, Harbour View’s coach, Ludlow Bernard, was disappointed that his team came out losers. “It was a disappointing loss as we wanted to move into the top four. The windy conditions made it difficult for us. However, it was a spirited performance from Tivoli. We will have to move on from this defeat,” Bernard reasoned. Tivoli moved to 26 points, but remained in 10th position, just above the drop zone, while Harbour View stayed in fifth position on 33 points.last_img read more

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Gov Gen David Johnston breaks rules by touching Queens arm

first_imgA momentary breach of protocol that saw the Governor General touch the Queen’s arm has at least one British tabloid abuzz but some on social media say it’s nothing to get worked up about.Gov. Gen. David Johnston hosted the monarch Wednesday at Canada House in central London to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary and helped her up and down the red-carpeted stairs.Johnston reportedly told media there he was worried the Queen would trip.The incident captured some tabloids’ attention, with the Daily Mail calling out Johnston for his faux pas in breaking royal protocol.But online observers seemed unfazed by the misstep, which many deemed too minor to cause a scandal.Some on social media even suggested the 91-year-old Queen should be grateful for the help.“The man helped an elderly lady from falling,” one wrote on Twitter.“‘Governor General acts like Canadian Gentleman’ is a better headline,” another tweeted.Some suggested there would have been a bigger uproar if the Queen had slipped while Johnston stood idly by.Dignitaries are not supposed to touch the Queen, though that rule has been broken in the past.Former U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama made international headlines when she hugged the monarch in 2009.last_img read more

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It also has an additional panel inside the vee and

first_imgIt also has an additional panel inside the vee and an embroidered purple crest.But more importantly, at the lower front hem, we have added a small logo with the initials VG and a date.This is to remember and commemorate the life of St.Helens girl Violet Grace Youens who was sadly taken from us in 2017 in a road traffic incident.The shirt is available in store and here and comes in sizes 8 through to 18. It is also available in Childrens sizes.The store is open until 5pm tonight (Wednesday) and 7pm on Thursday.last_img read more

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