first_imgD’AMATO HAS TWO FOR THE MONEY IN SAN LUIS REYGAINES EYES BETTER SCENARIO FOR TEXAS RYANOADVANCE WAGERING FRIDAY ON DUBAI WORLD CUPSTEWART ELLIOTT RECEIVES WOOLF AWARD SUNDAY Jerry Hollendorfer12326192221%54%$1,701,389 Joseph Talamo15924162115%38%$822,023 ELLIOTT TO RECEIVE WOOLF AWARD SUNDAYVeteran jockey Stewart Elliott, who was named winner of the 2017 George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award on Feb. 24, will receive the prestigious trophy, which depicts the legendary George (The Iceman) Woolf, in a Winner’s Circle ceremony between races at Santa Anita on Sunday.Established to honor the memory of Woolf, who died following a spill on Santa Anita’s Club House turn on Jan. 3, 1946, the Woolf Award was first presented by Santa Anita in 1950 and this year marks the 68th anniversary of the honor that can only be won once.Voted on by jockeys nationwide, the Woolf Award seeks to recognize riders who have not only achieved a high degree of success in the saddle, but who have conducted both their personal and professional lives in a manner that brings credit to the sport of Thoroughbred racing and to them personally.Born in Toronto on March 11, 1965, Elliot celebrated his 52nd birthday on Santa Anita Handicap Day, March 11. A strong finisher who is also an outstanding judge of pace, Elliott, best known for capturing the 2004 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes with Smarty Jones, has now amassed more than 4,700 career wins.One of five 2017 Woolf finalists, Elliott outpolled contemporaries Kerwin Clark, Julien Leparoux, Glen Murphy and Scott Stevens. Flavien Prat22852384323%58%$3,285,875 ADVANCE WAGERING FRIDAY ON SATURDAY’S DUBAI WORLD CUPOn Friday, there will be advance wagering on races three through nine on Saturday’s Dubai World Cup program. Early bird wagering opens at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, with betting available on races seven through nine, the ninth race being the World Cup with an approximate post time of 9:45 a.m.Arrogate, trained by Bob Baffert, drew post position nine in a field of 14. Hoppertunity, also trained by Baffert, has post position 11. Tiago Pereira10712111711%37%$415,991 Vladimir Cerin51912918%59%$491,664 FINISH LINES: Agent Vince DeGregory reports fellow agent Joe Griffin resting at home and doing fine after recently undergoing open heart surgery. “He’s getting better,” DeGregory said . . . Santa Anita Simulcast host Megan Devine did a stellar job on the Night School podcast this past Tuesday night. Night School, which is produced by, can be accessed by hitting the following link: htts:// . . . Santa Anita wagering ambassador Chris Ado and Ragozin Sheets guru Jon Hardoon will be Tom Quigley‘s guests, Saturday and Sunday respectively, 11:20 a.m., in the East Paddock Gardens. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mark Glatt769111112%41%$460,215 Kent Desormeaux14130171721%45%$1,706,151 TEXAS RYANO SET FOR SAN LUIS REYTexas Ryano finished sixth, beaten just 3 ½ lengths, in the Grade II San Marcos Stakes Feb. 4, his first race in nine weeks, but Carla Gaines doesn’t attribute the off-the-board finish to his absence.“I think he’ll move forward,” the trainer said of the six-year-old full horse owned bybreeder Warren Williamson. “But more than not racing for nine weeks, I think conditions of the race, the pace and other things, caused him not to run quite as well as we were hoping.“It wasn’t just the nine-week layoff. That wasn’t even a factor. That’s my take on it.”A son of two-time Horse of the Year Curlin, Texas Ryano won Del Mar’s Grade II Hollywood Turf Cup at a mile and a half last Nov. 15. All 19 of his races have been on turf. William Spawr32114534%63%$347,000 Philip D’Amato8918121320%48%$1,191,840 Peter Eurton58116719%41%$600,402 Edwin Maldonado771291116%42%$372,616 John Sadler6010121217%57%$625,380 Santiago Gonzalez13113221710%40%$675,443 Rafael Bejarano13823232317%50%$1,656,326 Peter Miller9828221029%61%$1,378,586center_img Mike Smith561861432%68%$1,871,827 Bob Baffert601481023%53%$1,543,516 (Current Through Saturday, March 18) Luis Contreras8910102311%48%$487,537 TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Martin Pedroza11615212313%51%$699,512 D’AMATO ROLLS SAN LUIS REY DICE WITH LONGSHOTSPhil D’Amato sends out old timer Papacoolpapacool and new hand Syntax inSaturday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Luis Rey Stakes for four-year-olds and up at a mile and a half on turf.Tied for fourth in Santa Anita’s standings with 19 wins through Sunday, the trainer gives each an outside chance in the grassy marathon.“I’ve had Syntax about five months or so,” D’Amato said. “He’s a neat little horse and I’m still getting to know him. I think I’ve got two nice, live longshots in the race. I can see Syntax sitting mid-pack and coming with his run.”Bred in Ireland, Syntax is a five-year-old full horse formerly trained by Michael Dickinson before D’Amato ran him for the first time on Feb. 5, finishing third by a length in an overnight test at 1 1/8 miles on turf.Papacoolpapacool has run 15 times for D’Amato, winning four, including the restricted Pasadena and La Puente Stakes in 2015. The gelded son of Temple City has run 18 of his 20 career races on turf.“Papacool will be up close to the lead and try to get first run on the closers,” D’Amato said. “Both horses are doing really well and I’m looking forward to seeing what they can do at a mile and a half.”On other fronts, D’Amato said Enola Gray came out of her smashing hillside turf course win in last Saturday’s Irish O’Brien Stakes in good fashion and it’s on to the Grade II Royal Heroine Stakes at a mile on grass April 8.“She came to the track Thursday morning and looked good,” D’Amato said of the California-bred daughter of Grazen owned and bred by Nick Alexander. “If she gives me a couple good breezes, that’s where we’ll run.Santa Anita Handicap runner-up Midnight Storm is “tentatively” set for the Grade I Met Mile on Belmont Stakes day, June 10, but D’Amato added,” there are a lot of options out there. He’ll probably breeze sometime next week, stretch his legs, and we’ll formulate a plan.“Tentatively, we have the Met Mile on our radar.”The San Luis Rey, the ninth and final race: Inordinate, Corey Nakatani, 8-1; Power Foot, Kent Desormeaux, 15-1; Flamboyant, Brice Blanc, 6-1; Ashleyluvssugar, Gary Stevens, 5-2; Liam the Charmer, Victor Espinoza, 12-1; Syntax, Rafael Bejarano, 15-1; Buster Douglas, Santiago Gonzalez, 30-1; Papacoolpapacool, Edwin Maldonado, 10-1; Texas Ryano, Joe Talamo, 7-2; Itsinthepost, Tyler Baze, 5-1; Some in Tieme, Tiago Pereira, 30-1; and Site Read, Stewart Elliott, 30-1. J. Keith Desormeaux4494620%43%$509,505 Tyler Baze24743463017%48%$2,375,552 Doug O’Neill15018292112%45%$1,641,356 Corey Nakatani76138917%39%$806,207 Stewart Elliott15417162411%37%$827,993 Richard Baltas12522222018%51%$1,261,832 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Norberto Arroyo, Jr.10219111019%39%$841,556 Victor Espinoza62915715%50%$755,487 Jamie Theriot7497512%28%$440,570 Steven Miyadi60816613%50%$396,906 James M. Cassidy4588318%42%$427,091last_img read more


first_img ABEL CEDILLO, COMICAL, SECOND: “I know the other horse was a tough one. I like my filly, though. I worked her last week and she worked really easy. She tried really hard today. She kept coming, but I think the better horse beat me.”RUBEN FUENTES, K P DREAMIN, THIRD: “My horse ran great. I wish there was a little more speed to run at because our pace was a little slow for anyone to make up some ground. I wish there was somebody pressing the favorite, she had a comfortable trip, nice and easy, but I think we’ll be way better in the Breeders’ Cup”(On the future for K P Dreamin) “She’s most likely going to the Breeders’ Cup. Like I said, we can get a bigger field there. We can probably get a better pace to run at there, too”.TRAINER QUOTES BOB BAFFERT, BAST, WINNER: Surrounded by media: “I’ve never seen so much press here on a Friday.” Asked about the stretch duel: “I thought, wow, man, she’s really going to have to fight for this, but if she’s a really good filly, like I think she is, she’ll get through it, and she got that last eighth of a mile. It just shows you how competitive these horses are.“Both of them were fighting to win. She got there, and at 1-9, you want to win. There’s one down and I’ve got a few more to go.“To be part of his (John Velazquez’s record 661st career graded stakes win, breaking the tie with Jerry Bailey’s 660) record is exciting, but Todd Pletcher is the one who got him all those graded wins. I played a very minor part. I really didn’t know he was up for the record until I read it the other day. That’s all I would have needed was a jinx like that to keep me from winning, because it’s always the last hurdle to get him over, but he’s such a professional.“Down the backside she was going nice, then turning for home, John was like, ‘Come on baby, we’ve got to go,’ and she wasn’t going. He thought she would respond, but I think this will get her ready for the next one (Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Nov. 1 at Santa Anita).“This is a very demanding, deep, heavy race track. Not only do you have to be really good, you have to be ready . . . The Chus (owners Charles and Susan) are really excited and we’ve been really lucky together, winning the Breeders’ Cup Sprint with Drefong, so they’ve already had a champion.“They’ve been great supporters of mine. I really think this race is going to move Bast up, so I feel pretty good about it. You’re supposed to get tired first time two turns. They’re a little bit confused; they’re two-year-olds and they probably thought, ‘What are we doing?’ We have to go around again? We just started fromthere.’ But she got the job done. I had gone a little light on her (training ) so I just told John she’s not going to be as tight, but she’s 1-9 so I felt there’d be a little room for error, but there wasn’t much room at all.”NOTES: The winning owners are Charles and Susan Cho who reside in Massachusetts and race as Baoma Corp. JOCKEY QUOTESJOHN VELAZQUEZ, BAST, WINNER: “This means a lot. (Jerry Bailey) is a guy who I rode with for so many years and have looked up to for so long. It’s incredible.”“Going to the backstretch, she looked really good, and I was pretty confident. We got to the turn and I thought we might go a little wide, but I said ‘no, no – you have to stay there.’ I got up to her and she cruised down the lane and put her head out in front of the other horse. She gave me a lot today. I felt she gave me what she could to win the race.”last_img read more

Stoichkov: “It would be fairer for the League to end as it was”

first_imgThe former player of FC Barcelona Hristo Stoichkov referred this Sunday to the possibility that leagues like the Spanish one cannot end because of the coronavirus and pointed out that “it would be fairer to end as it was“, although they would also have to raise the first two of Segunda.Stoichkov, who is “calm, with his family close“and asked” not to be afraid “but” discipline “in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, he said, in an interview on the Cope Network Playtime program, on the assumption that LaLiga does not resume, something that for him would end with Barça champion for going first when the competition stopped after 27 days. “If we see how the issue is, with the games that have been played, it would be fairer to end as LaLiga was. Below many could be saved, there are many parties. The league could stay as it is and no team goes down and the first two of the Second team can enter directly and have a league of 22Because they have also done a lot of work and won many games, “he said.last_img read more

Monchi: 20 years, 20 transfers

first_imgPoulsen. First wonderful blond arrived from Schalke to Nervión, free, in the summer of 2006. Danish balance for the pivot, Juve bought it in 2008 for 10 million.Seydou Keita. More stability for the midfield and round business from 2007 to 2008. He arrived from Lens for 4 million and a year later he left for Barcelona for 14.Fernando Navarro. Commitment and versatility for the left-hander, he signed for 4.7 million for Mallorca in 2008 and lifted the Europa League as captain in 2015. Now he helps Monchi in the sporting direction.Ivan Rakitic. One of those market opportunities in January 2011, for 1.5 million and Schalke, where it was free. He left his mark in the Pino Montano neighborhood (his wife is from there) before going to Camp Nou in 2014, for 18 million. To return to.Coke. Another one of those footballers who convert squads into a team. It cost 1.2 million to Rayo, in the summer of 2011, and left in 2016 (to Schalke, go transfer) for 4 million and after scoring two goals against Liverpool for the 5th Europa League.Kondogbia. The now Valencianist is another one of those cases of maximum profitability. Signed with 19 years, for 4 million, and on the way to Monaco only a year later when paying his 20 clause.Bacca. How to bring in a 27-year-old striker from Belgium, no matter how many goals he scored there? Monchi did it in 2013 and took 49 goals from him before selling him to Milan in 2015 for 30 million.Vitolo. The magic also came from Segunda, from Las Palmas. It cost 3 million to reach internationality and the 36 that Atlético paid for this Canarian winger, who left when Monchi was not there, by the way.Krychowiak. One of those footballers who have performed in Nervión like nowhere else. Powerful Polish pivot bought from Reims for 5.5 million in 2015 and sold to PSG for 28.Banega. His career stalled in Valencia after several extra-sports errors and Monchi bet on him in 2014, for 2.5 million that today sounds like laughter. He has ruled the midfield of Sevilla in two stages with an impasse at Inter.Ben Yedder. 9.5 million euros cost him from Toulouse in 2016 and for 40 he went to Monaco last summer. The Franco-Tunisian striker almost never convinced but always scored, Monchi brand effectiveness. Today it is worth even more.Pablo Sarabia. Getafe’s descent in 2016 put him on a platter to Monchi for about 400,000 euros. His performance in goals and assists (70 in three seasons) made the 20 million that PSG paid for his clause seem very few.Ocampos. One of the last miracles of King Midas of soccer. Arrived from his Potosí, the French market, for the Argentine extreme 15 million were paid to Marseille last summer and it is already priced at least four times more. Julio Baptista. Monchi signed him as a defensive pivot for Sao Paulo in the summer of 2003, in exchange for 3.5 million. Caparrós converted him into second striker and, fifty goals and two campaigns later, the Beast ended up at Real Madrid multiplying its value to 20 million euros.Adriano Correia. A Dani Alves from the left wing and with lesser success, but not a little, in January 2005. This ambidextrous arrived from Coritiba for two million. Four and a half years and several titles later he also went to the Camp Nou multiplying his price by five.Kanouté. “Oh Kanouté, friend Kanouté”, composed El Arrebato for the farewell of what many consider to be the best striker in Sevilla’s history. No foreigner scored as many goals as the 136 scored by the Malian from 2005 to 2012. He came from Tottenham in exchange for 6.5 million and many said he did not see the door …Luis Fabiano. Frederic’s couple, nicknamed with a joke in their first bad months as ‘Luis Fallamos’. Porto transferred it and Sevilla would later buy it for 10 million. For many, the best Matador in Sevilla. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of May 1, 2020center_img At the end of April 2000, Roberto Alés, president of Sevilla, commissioned the transfer parcel from Ramón Rodríguez Verdejo, the goalkeeper who had been and the delegate who was at that time the Nervión club. “There was not even for balls”, had said Alés of those hard moments in the history blanquirroja. The magic of the sports director turned Seville’s history around. These are 20 of his best, most profitable and significant signings at Sánchez Pizjuán.David Castedo. This slight left back arrived in the summer of 2000, free, unknown and at 1.61 tall from Mallorca. He grew up with European Sevilla until the captaincy and the first titles. It is the archetype of performance during the Monchi era: unknown, committed and very winning.Gerardo Torrado. The Mexican pivot cost in 2001 60,000 euros, coming from the Poli Ejido. It brought international impact and character. Then he would play three World Cups.Dani Alves. Their disorderly first races by the band, in 2002, caused stupor in Pizjuán. He arrived on loan from the Brazilian Bay in the summer of 2002 and was acquired for 550,000 euros in January 2003. In 2008, the best right-back of the 21st century and player with the most titles was sold to Barcelona for 45 million.last_img read more

Another Lennon, XLCR showdown

first_imgLennon High School will go for their seventh Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) schoolgirl football title when they play Excelsior High in tomorrow’s final at the Spanish Town Prison Oval.Lennon beat Denham Town 4-2 on penalties – after a 1-1 draw with the Corporate Area school – in the semi-finals at the said venue on Tuesday.Renae Gordon’s late equaliser for Lennon sent the game into extra time. Denham Town took an early first-half lead through Tianna Wilson. However, the Clarendon school held their nerve to come away clear winners on penalty kicks.”It’s a very good feeling to reach the final,” said winning coach Sherlon Lennon.He noted that Denham Town played an impressive game before taking the lead, but thought his team’s experience saw them through. “They (Denham Town) were organised and they possess the ball well, but we had the majority of the chances. We just didn’t capitalise because we weren’t settled,” he said.”Once we settled down, we played better and eventually got the equaliser. We pushed for the second goal and got the chances, but didn’t get the goal,” he continued.He is now confident of winning their second straight title, and seventh in nine years.RETAINING THE TITLE”We played them last year. We beat Excelsior in the final. We are looking forward to playing some good football and retain the title,” he stated.In the other semi-final, Excelsior defeated St Jago 1-0 on Taramia Clarke’s 70th-minute goal to set up a repeat of last year’s final.Excelsior’s coach, Xavier Gilbert, who has reached the last eight finals with just one win to show, is looking to avenge their 3-0 defeat to Lennon last year.”They (XLCR team) have exceeded my expectations, so I am happy to be in the final. We will approach the game similarly to how we did today (Tuesday). It was a keenly contested game, they had better possession, but we nullified their opportunities. But we went ahead from a set-piece and those are the things we strive on when we are in tight situations, and it worked for us,” he said.last_img read more

IAAF re-testing reveals 32 more adverse findings from Helsinki 2005 and Osaka 2007

first_imgThe IAAF’s long-term storage and retesting strategy concerning IAAF Championships, which began in 2005 with the storage of anti-doping samples from that year’s IAAF World Championships in Helsinki, has led to disciplinary action being commenced against a further 28 athletes following a second reanalysis. In 2012, the IAAF conducted a first round of reanalysis of urine samples taken at the Helsinki World Championships, which had been proactively stored by the IAAF at the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses (LAD), the WADA-accredited laboratory in Lausanne, in anticipation of new scientific developments. This strategy first revealed six adverse findings from Helsinki, which were announced in March 2013, and to date, nine athletes have been sanctioned following retesting of samples from various World Championships. Beginning in April 2015, using the latest technology available in the field of anti-doping and taking advantage of the new World Anti-Doping Code’s provision extending from eight-10 years the period during which samples can be tested, the IAAF made a second reanalysis of Helsinki 2005 and Osaka 2007 samples. This reanalysis has confirmed a further 28 athletes with 32 adverse findings. PROVISIONALSUSPENSIONS Due to the legal process, none of these athletes can be named yet. A large majority of the 28 are retired, some are athletes who have already been sanctioned, and only very few remain active in sports. The IAAF is provisionally suspending them and can confirm that none of the athletes concerned will be competing in Beijing. The IAAF embarked on this long-term storage and retesting strategy in 2005 to ensure that clean athletes are ultimately rewarded for their honest efforts in IAAF competitions. The IAAF is committed to use every means at its disposal within the World Anti-Doping Code to root out the cheats however long it takes. Martial Saugy, associate professor, PhD, life sciences and director of LAD commented: “The latest scientific breakthroughs in anti-doping technology and analysis have been employed in the reanalysis of these samples to allow us to find previously undetectable substances. “We are at the cutting edge of the fight against doping. In our 10-year partnership with the IAAF, we have been using every scientific advance and legal opportunity at our disposal to catch the cheats. The IAAF and the IOC, working in cooperation with the LAD, clearly showed the way 10 years ago, and other anti-doping organisations and sport federations, on WADA’s recommendation, are now considering, or have started implementing, such a retesting policy.”last_img read more

RCMP arrest several men after entering vehicles

first_imgEarly Friday morning the RCMP received a call of a male entering an unlocked vehicle in a residential driveway in the 8500 block of 94th avenue in Fort St. John.The Fort St. John RCMP followed the suspects footprints in the fresh snow and located two males a short distance away. The males were arrested and transported to the Fort St. John RCMP detachment where they remain in custody.A small amount of stolen property has been recovered. A third male was later arrested and subsequently released. All tree males are believed to be responsible for entering multiple vehicles in the South East corner of the city.- Advertisement -The RCMP are requesting that anyone who’s vehicle has been entered or has discovered anything stolen to please contact the RCMP at 250-787-8140.last_img

Mourinho should stay at Man United, says Giggs

first_imgGiggs, who played almost 700 games for United and was at Old Trafford on Tuesday for a 0-0 draw against Valencia in the Champions League.“I said that last time: where do they go?” Giggs said when asked about United at a press conference to announce his Wales squads for matches against Spain and Ireland on Thursday.“My stance hasn’t changed. United are going through a tough time at the moment. But change now and you will be in the same position in a year or two years quite possibly.”Giggs has included Gareth Bale in his Wales squad even though the forward missed Real Madrid’s midweek Champions League defeat through injury.The 25-man squad also includes Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who was given special dispensation to miss his side’s Europa League appointment with Qarabag on Thursday as his wife is expecting twins.Speaking about Bale, Giggs said: “He had a little groin strain. The scan has come back clear and he expects to play on the weekend.”Giggs does not expect Ramsey’s contract stand-off with Arsenal to harm his Wales form.“What I have seen is a fantastic professional. I expect the same,” said Giggs.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Wales manager Ryan Giggs says Jose Mourinho should remain at Manchester United despite a poor run of results © AFP/File / Geoff CADDICKLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 4 – Wales boss Ryan Giggs said on Thursday that Jose Mourinho should remain as Manchester United manager despite the mounting crisis at the club.Mourinho is under increasing pressure at Old Trafford with United a lowly 10th in the Premier League and winless in four games in all competitions.last_img read more

Crystal Palace chief hoping Chamakh will stay

first_imgCrystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish remains hopeful that the club can agree terms on new contracts with Marouane Chamakh and two other unnamed players.Parish is determined to keep his best players at Selhurst Park after they defied all the odds to stay in the Premier League last season.Chamakh rediscovered his best form in the top flight following nightmare spells at Arsenal and West Ham and manager Tony Pulis will be keen to see him stay next season.Other players including Damien Delaney only have a year left on their current deals and Parish is keen to see them pledge their long-term futures to the club.Parish, speaking in the Croydon Advertiser, said: “We’re very hopeful of agreeing terms with a couple of players. Marouane Chamakh is one of those who is out of contract at the moment.“We’re hopeful on a couple of others at Palace who only have a year left, but we’re not overly concerned. I’m fine with that – if we can’t get an agreement on those two, we can’t get an agreement.“Conversations are being held, just to try and extend things with them but we won’t let those drag on. In terms of bringing in new players, I was fine with it last year, we stayed in the league and it was great.“The reality of it is we’re not the masters of our own destiny entirely, are we? We’re in the market of who is available and we’re not prising players away from people physically. But we do have one or two conversations going on.” Crystal Palace striker Marouane Chamakh 1last_img read more

Pic Special: Great turnout for Simon Community’s Letterkenny ‘Sleep Out’

first_imgThe North West branch of the Simon Community held their annual sleepout on Letterkenny’s Market Square on Friday night. The event was launched by Mayor James Pat Mc Daid who highly commended the daily work done by The Simon Community.The North West Simon Community is an organisation that works tirelessly to prevent homelessness in Donegal, Sligo, and Leitrim. One lady who took part in the sleepout commented; “It was a great event, surrounded by amazing people even thought it was bitterly cold we have to realise we all had nice warm beds to go home to unlike so many others.”Local businesses did their bit to help those participating by helping in any way they could. The Brewery Bar delivered freshly made sandwiches and soup for the volunteers, followed up by delicious pizzas from Pat’s Pizza, and the support and hospitality from the Four Lanterns. The hotels and bars throughout Letterkenny were very welcoming of the volunteers during the collection, too.The Simon Community thanks all who donated, including passers-by and ‘not to forget those who even gave us a good aul sing song!’, including Noel Sweeney of Swilly Driving School of Motoring who kept everyone entertained, and even managed to nod off for a while! They also extended their gratitude to their volunteers, saying “thank you to the wonderful bunch of volunteers for getting involved and for making the night such a flawless and enjoyable night to include: AIB team Lettekenny, Menarys Letterkenny, United Health Care team. Jason Black and Voodoo Venue Letterkenny for supporting the event each year and for your continued support to North West Simon Community.”“To end, thank you all for helping make a difference to Simon in your Community and please spare a thought tonight for all those individuals and families throughout Ireland who are currently homeless.” Pic Special: Great turnout for Simon Community’s Letterkenny ‘Sleep Out’ was last modified: October 3rd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:charityhomelessletterkennyNorth West Simon Communitysleep outlast_img read more