RECORD LOW Captained then by spinner Nikita Miller, Jamaica made 188 for nine off their allotment of 50 overs, to which Guyana replied with 189 for four. A season earlier, Jamaica were blown away for a record low 49 at the same stage by hosts Trinidad and Tobago, who replied with 51 for three. “It’s a pretty decent squad, full of talent and confidence and I am expecting a lot,” noted Bennett. “The preparation was good, with four trial matches and a practice match and, in addition, the team has gelled well.” The Scorpions, after their first three group games, are slated to welcome West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor and batsman Jermaine Taylor, who are currently in Australia with the West Indies team. They are down to replace emerging pacer Nicholson Gordon and Shacaya Thomas, who are not part of the original 14-man squad, but has been added as cover. Jamaica will start against the Trinidadians tomorrow at the Queen’s Park Oval, before going up against ICC Americas on Saturday at the Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Ground. They are then slated to face Barbados next Monday, also at Queen’s Park, in their third group fixture. The teams will then replay each other, before the top two from the group advance to the semi-finals. Guyana, co-hosts Leeward Islands Hurricanes, Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners and Windward Island Volcanoes will contest Group B. Jamaica Scorpions squad: John Campbell (captain), Trevon Griffith, Jermaine Harrison, Andre McCarthy, Jermaine Blackwood, Tamar Lambert, Brandon King, Devon Thomas, Nikita Miller, Damion Jacobs, Aldaine Thomas, Marquino Mindley, Sheldon Cotterell, Jerome Taylor. Reserves: Shacaya Thomas, Nicholson Gordon. After surrendering at the semi-final stages of the WICB NAGICO Super50 for the past two seasons, Jamaica Scorpions coach Junior Bennett is hoping to go better this time. The team, with new captain John Campbell, is considered one of the tournament favourites alongside co-hosts Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, Barbados Pride and Guyana Jaguars. “The aim is to definitely go beyond the semi-finals this year,” stated Bennett, prior to the team’s departure on Monday. “Last year we played fairly well in early stages, but the luck just did not go our way.” Jamaica, who last tasted regional one-day success in 2011 – under the captaincy of Chris Gayle – defeated Leeward Islands Hurricanes by nine wickets, before losing to Trinidad by 17 runs in their second fixture of the 2014 season. They then rallied to beat West Indies Under-19s by nine wickets in their third fixture to qualify. They were, however, beaten by Guyana Jaguars by six wickets in the semi-finals.
Want to have a major impact on the world of nightlife and entertainment?We are looking for an experienced, passionate, and dedicated graphic designer with a flair for marketing to join our team.In this role, you’ll play a key role in creating all visual assets for a number of different businesses within the group, assist with all aspects of marketing, social media and a wide variety of other marketing and advertising elements. On a daily basis, you’ll work directly with senior management and venue management, the ideal candidate should have experience working in nightlife, and possess a passion for music, current trends and the world of social media.You are:• A jack-of-all-trades with a passion for good design• Versatile, curious, and self-motivated• Experienced with working in a fast-paced and constantly changing environment• Able to juggle the needs of multiple businesses while still keeping an eye on process and quality• Adept at reading between the lines to simplify the over-complicatedYou should have: • A minimum of 3 years of experience working on an in-house or agency marketing or creative team• A portfolio demonstrating your skills• A thorough understanding of the nightlife industry• Advanced skills in Adobe Creative Cloud, Sketch or something similarA positive attitude and interest in being part of diverse teamApplicants must submit a portfolio to be consideredJob Type: Full-timeLocation:• Pulse Venue & Voodoo Venue Letterkenny – Co. Donegal• Please send Cvs to Pulseniteclub@gmail.com Job Vacancy: In-House graphic designer & marketing assistant was last modified: January 15th, 2019 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:donegalGraphic DesignerPulse NightclubVOODOO
An Bord Pleannala has granted planning permission for a controversial petrol station in the centre of Letterkenny.Well-known businessman Tony Kelly has been seeking permission for the station for a number of years.However another well-known business-owner Eddie Tobin of Tobin’s Petrol Station on the Port Road, had objected to the plans. In February last Mr Tobin appealed a decision by Letterkenny Town Council to grant permission to his rival.However An Bord Pleannala has now given the green light for Mr Kelly to build his petrol station at Paddy Harte Road close to the McDonald’s fast-food outlet.There are a number of conditions attached to the permission.Ends BUSINESSMAN FINALLY GETS GREEN LIGHT FOR CONTROVERSIAL PETROL STATION IN LETTERKENNY was last modified: August 11th, 2011 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:EDDIE TOBINletterkennyTONY KELLY