Philippines suffers another heartbreak, bows to Iran in 5 sets

first_imgMOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil It was the second straight defeat for the Philippines who also dropped a five-set decision to Australia last Sunday.Now the Filipinas got relegated to the classification round regardless of their match against Kazakhstan on Tuesday night.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissCoach Shaq Delos Santos refused to get interviewed and even hinted at filing a protest over a call late in the fifth set.But Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas secretary general Ariel Paredes said they will have to talk about it as a team before making a decision. At 11-10 Iran leading, the chair umpire gave a point to a hit that went wide. It fell behind Jia Morado which blocked the view of the line judge.The Philippines still equalized at 12 after that.“I know that we can’t do anything about it, it was done. But I noticed he was the same referee as last match,” said Delos Santos.Delos Santos later decided to sign the match results.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Photo by Marc Anthony Reyes/INQUIRERNAKHON Ratchasima, Thailand — The Philippines suffered another tight loss on Monday night against a higher-ranked opponent in a match where it was in control most of the time.This time it was the Iranians, who scored a come-from-behind triumph over the Philippines, 27-29, 25-16, 17-25, 25-12, 15-13, in the Asian Volleyball Confederation Asian Cup here.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Kenyan runner hit by car in ill-fated Colombian half-marathon Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown View commentslast_img read more

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Increased gold prices can benefit Guyana – Trotman

first_imgThe increase in gold prices on the international market could help Guyana surpass its targeted production.Minister Raphael TrotmanThe increase follows the United Kingdom’s (UK’s) vote to leave the European Union (EU) last Friday.Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman told the Government Information Agency (GINA) in an invited comment that “We’re happy that our (gold) prices have increased.”However, Trotman added “We’re not happy that our increases comes really on the back of a broken system elsewhere.” Gold is now trading at just over US$1300 per ounce on the international market.This increase on the international market is likely to help Guyana surpass its targeted production and declaration in gold locally. Guyana’s budgeted target for gold production this year is 550,000 ounces.“I don’t want to reveal what is our target internally but we’re working on a target that goes past 550,000 ounces. So I would say that we’re doing relatively well in the circumstances,” Trotman noted. He added that he would like to see production declaration surpass 600,000.Additionally, Trotman told GINA that as a “citizen of the world,” the situation in Europe concerns us all. “Stability is what the world wants so anything that disrupts the national or global order is something that we should all be concerned about,” Trotman said.“In as much as we’re happy for the increase in gold prices, very happy, we also would like to see stability and normalcy in all parts of the world including Europe,” the Natural Resources Minister added. Over the past year, the price of gold has declined significantly.In 2015, gold prices steadily tumbled, with a drastic drop. Experts had predicted that gold prices would have continue to slump, hitting a more than a five-year low, with a high possibility that the precious metal could plunge to a detrimental US$1000 per ounce.Compounding the situation was the fact that, the cost of production, particularly for the small and medium-scale miners of gold and diamond, had remained largely unchanged.last_img read more

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Supreme Court Halts Belgian’s Murder Case

first_imgThe full bench of Supreme Court has cited Speaker Chambers and his colleagues to appear before the Court today “to hear arguments” in the Ja’neh impeachment matterThe Supreme Court on Thursday, April 10, abruptly halted further proceedings in the murder trial of 12 persons accused of shooting and killing the Plantation Manager of Liberia Agriculture Company (LAC).Lawyers for the defense had filed a petition at the Supreme Court for a Writ of Certiorari. That Writ was granted Thursday.This move puts the case on hold until a Justice (or the full bench in the long run) properly reviews the defense team’s petition (appeal).The High Court also ordered Judge Yussif D. Kaba of Criminal Court ‘A’ at the Temple of Justice, who was hearing the case, to appear on April 13, before the Justice-in-Chamber, Associate Justice Philip A.Z. Banks.Accordingly, Judge Kaba has been ordered to send to the Chambers of the Supreme Court, a true and correct copy of the proceedings at the center of the writ.    Certiorari is a writ (order) of a higher court to a lower court to send all the documents in a case to it, so that the higher court might review the lower court’s decision.At Thursday’s hearing, Judge Kaba surprisingly announced in open court that “this court hereby terminates the trial, due to a necessity growing out of the issuance of the Writ of Certiorari, prayed for by the defendants; and as such, the trial jury is hereby ordered disbanded and discharged.”Judge Kaba said he had received the order concerning the writ at about 9:40 a.m. from his Court Clerk.“This morning at about 9:40 AM, the clerk of court received a Writ of Certiorari growing out of this case, from the Chambers of His Honor Philip A.Z. Banks, Justice Presiding in the chambers of the Honorable Supreme Court,” Judge Kaba disclosed.He pointed out the writ prayed for was issued by the Chambers Justice and that therefore the matter was subject to a review by said Chambers Justice. The matter would therefore be subjected to a continuance, (resumed at a later date) pending the hearing and disposition of the petition prayed for and granted.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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65 Percent of Citizens Disappointed in Lawmakers

first_imgIn April and May this year, NAYMOTE Partners for Democratic Development conducted a public opinion poll on citizens’ perception of the 73 lawmakers of the 53rd Legislature.Eddie D. Jarwolo told a news conference yesterday in Monrovia that the survey targeted 2, 800 registered voters, with respondents comprising 1, 640 males (57 percent) and 1, 220 females (43 percent) from 20 of the 73 electoral districts in nine of the 15 counties.The counties are Montserrado, Bong, Margibi, Lofa, Nimba, Bomi, Grand Bassa, Grand Cape Mount, and Grand Gedeh, from which the survey targeted registered voters.Mr. Jarwolo said the poll was conducted to understand voters’ perception of lawmakers and issues they want those seeking office to address, as well as to design a civic engagement program.“With five months to the presidential and legislative elections, the perception of citizens of members of the legislature is negative,” Jarwolo said.He said 65 percent of the respondents expressed disappointment with the current lawmakers in relation to their functions.Overall, he said 28 percent of the respondents have a favorable opinion of lawmakers, with seven percent responding “They do not know.”“Of the respondents, 66 percent said they would vote during the October 10 election, while 34 percent are undecided, with majority of them being women,” the NAYMOTE executive director said.On security, he said 59 percent of the respondents said they are satisfied with the current security environment as the country goes to elections, but three percent said they are unsure.“With respect to their development needs, 80 percent of respondents identified education, the economy and health as the most important issues they care about and want political parties or representative candidates to address when they are elected,” Mr. Jarwolo told the crowded news conference.He said the poll was conducted using a “phone-bank” system of over 9,235 names and contact details of registered voters in the 73 electoral districts.The 2,680 respondents were randomly selected by eight trained enumerators in random sampling methodology to conduct the survey, he added.According to Mr. Jarwolo, the 2011 elections witnessed a low turnout in the runoff, during which the retention rate of lawmakers was 34 percent, “meaning that the majority of the representatives who contested for re-election were rejected at the polls by the voters.”Similarly, Mr. Jarwolo said of the 13 senators who ran in the 2014 special senatorial election, only two were re-elected.He said with the findings revealing that 65 percent of registered voters are dissatisfied with the performance of the current lawmakers, “they need to do more work to convince the voters that they should be re-elected.”NAYMOTE promotes citizens’ understanding of the democratic process and the long-term benefits of their participation in the process. Established in 2001 by student leaders and activists, the institution is one of the leading grassroots organizations promoting democracy, peace building, human rights and civic engagement.The institution has since its inception initiated programs to foster political accountability, by making elected leaders more accessible, responsible and accountable to the electorates. NAYMOTE also seeks to  build the capacity of local leaders to be effective in service delivery; increase youth and women’s participation in the decision-making processes and conduct research on citizens’ perceptions on the work of the lawmakers.NAYMOTE has also produced publications on youth participation in local government, a legislative guide to organize town hall meetings, fostering social accountability and a civic and voter’s education guide.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) – Advertisement – Mr. Jarwolo: “The objective of the poll is to understand the perception of voters about the lawmakers…”last_img read more

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Tough year continues for Radmanovic

first_img“It was just a patch of ice,” Radmanovic said. “I had my hands in the pockets, I didn’t have time to pull them out when I was falling down. So I fell straight on my shoulder.” Lakers coach Phil Jackson was dubious at best of Radmanovic’s report, answering a standard where-do-you-go-from-here question by saying, “After we get Pinkerton on the case, we’ll get back to you on that.” “We have to accept that story and go from there,” Jackson added. “We have to believe that our boys are being honest with us in this situation, right? … It is a situation that’s a curiosity, for sure.” Jackson later described the time Radmanovic will miss as “filling out the term of his sentence.” The eight-week timetable for Radmanovic’s injury would have him returning in mid-April for the final two games of the regular season. “I hope that we’re going to make the playoffs and hopefully I’ll recover sooner than they’re predicting,” Radmanovic said. “I’m not losing my hope. We’ll see how things are progressing.” The Lakers could start either Brian Cook or Maurice Evans in Radmanovic’s place tonight against Portland. They continue to wait for Luke Walton’s return from a sprained ankle. Walton is hopeful he could play Friday; Jackson said it might be a week. Help wanted? Jackson said he hadn’t talked with GM Mitch Kupchak about the possibility of reuniting with 41-year-old Scottie Pippen, who said over the weekend that he would like to come out of retirement and play again. With Radmanovic injured, Jackson did say, “To get through (the season) and get into the playoffs we may need some help.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img EL SEGUNDO – As if Kwame Brown’s cake-throwing incident last month wasn’t absurd enough, the Lakers now have the story of how Vladimir Radmanovic went out for coffee in Park City, Utah, and came back with a separated right shoulder. That was the account offered as the Lakers reassembled following the All-Star break and Radmanovic tried to explain how he slipped on an icy sidewalk Saturday afternoon and wound up with a shoulder injury that will sideline him for eight weeks. last_img read more

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GAA: ST MARY’S CLG, CONVOY

first_imgBingo in Hall Tues @ 9 lotto results for 10/04/12 Denis Mc elhill c/o Jack Blake Shelia Given Convoy,Martin Mc Namee, Convoy J ack Gillispie Killygordon, Rosleen Houston Convoy, 5 with 2 counties Nx Wks €4400. Lottos available from commitee members.Congrats to all who received thier prizes from the Development Draw on Sat. Winners of the St Marys Development Draw1. €1,000 Jimmy O Donnell Ardara 2.LED Saor View TV Donal Maguire Killybegs3.500 Litres of home heating oil Michelle Murray Newmills4.1 Tonne Coal Tom mc Hugh Raphoe5.€500 Lucy Mc Cormack B bofey 6.iPod with iTunes Voucher & Vouchers for P.J.Designs Fergal Gillen Manor7.5OO Litres of home heating oil Leona Mc Gee B Bofey8.Laptop and Printer Micheal & Bried Doherty Fanad9.Mystery Prize Kathleen Callaghan Portsalon10. €250 ONeills Voucher & 6Mths gym Membership Clanree Hotel Katie Allan Raphoe 11.€500 Holiday VoucherSarah Mc Glinchey Raphoe12.Monster HamperAnthony Donnelly Ramelton13.€250 Maeve &Damien Moss Crossroads14.Mid-week Break for 4 & round of golf at Slieve Russell Hotel Madge O Doherty Tober (Bingo) 15. €5000 Martin Burns LiffordThanks to EVERYONE who helped in any way with the draw Big Thanks to all sponsors for you loyal support and Mannies Bar.Thanks to all coaches and children who helped out and took part in the coaching camp on wed 11th.Well done to John Moore who represented the club as part of Donegal Day in Croke Park on Wed.Reserves team had a 2-10 to 0-2pts victory over Moville They were in Control from the Start with a comfortable victory in the end Scorers Kevin Kelly 2-0, Paul Mc Mullan 0-3 Seamus O Donnell,Gary Mc Cullagh 0-2,Ryan Carlin,Ryan Bonner and J.A Mc mullin 0-1 each Good displays from Gavin Mc Brearty and Caolan Mc GinleySeniors had a 2-11 to 1 07 victory over Moville They had a 2-05 to 0-3 pt lead in the 1st half Moville came back strong in the 2nd halfbut the St Marys lads finished strongly to record a good victoryScorers Anthony Browne 2-03 Ryan Kettle 0-3 Packie Mailey,Laurence Mc Mullan,Conor Mc Nulty,Oisin Porter and Peter Blake 0-1 eachTraining Tues and Thurs @.7.30Senior Ladies play Dungloe on SundayTraining 8 on Fri nightWell done to all our county players on their games at the weekend.Local Ladie’s U14 Erica and Zoe And Our Minor’s Ciara, Fiona, Annierose and Alannah and the lads also and Raymond Mc Namee and Conor Cairns.GAA: ST MARY’S CLG, CONVOY was last modified: April 15th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:convoyGAA: ST MARY’S CLGlast_img read more

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NOTHING BETWEEN CHARLIE AND BEA – APART FROM 100 YEARS AND A DAY!

first_imgThis is the moment when little Letterkenny lad Charlie McGarry meets his 100 year old great grandmother.And all that separates Charlie and great grandma Bea McGarry from Longford, is 100 years and a day! The amazing picture also features five month old Charlie’s proud dad Conor McGarry from Ballyraine Rd.The moment was captured by Charlie’s granddad Mick McGarry.Conor is married to Georgina from Crewe (near Manchester) and Charlie their first child made his debut on the 28th May 2011 just a few hours before his great grandmother celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday 29th May in Ballymahon, Co.Longford.This photograph is their first meeting and you can tell they are glad to see each other. Charlie’s proud grandmother Mary McGarry said “It’s a wonderful moment and a great photograph and I am sure it will be cherished in the family for generations”While Bea McGarry’s long wait to see her first Donegal great grand child was finally ended, the wait for Anfield’s first premiership title continues for avid Liverpool fans Mick, Mary and Conor.Charlie is apparently non committal at this stage but has his mother’s Manchester roots to fall back on if the suspense of waiting to see a trophy becomes too much for him.NOTHING BETWEEN CHARLIE AND BEA – APART FROM 100 YEARS AND A DAY! was last modified: November 4th, 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:Bea McGarryCharlie McGarryConor McGarrylast_img read more

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Looking back: What we learned in 2005

first_imgIt’s time to reflect. I’ve been thinking about what my wife, Amy, and I have learned about our financial life in the past 12 months. So much has happened from reacquainting ourselves with our hometown after 15 years away, to dealing with Hurricane Katrina that any lessons threaten to get lost in a fog. So, I sat down with the stack of Love & Money columns from 2005 and realized that we’ve learned a lot about ourselves financially in the past year. And hopefully, enough of those lessons will stick with us that we don’t repeat our mistakes in the future. Lesson 1: Be careful what you wish for. You might get it. Amy and I each learned this lesson in 2005, though in different ways. For years I’ve wanted to invest in real estate, fixing up older homes and then selling them. I did just that with a house bought at auction earlier this year, earning a very respectable pretax return of 45% in eight months. Yet I went into this venture with my best friend, a guy I’ve known since 1972. He wasn’t into the plan nearly as much as I expected he would be, and rarely showed up to help. That strained not just our friendship, but my relationship with Amy, who early on saw that the project was troubled and would take far more of my time, and far longer, than necessary. Although I enjoyed the work, and would like to do it again, I’ll do it with my eyes open. I now know that any such project could leave me stretched too thin in the rest of my life. And I know that I can’t dismiss Amy’s concerns about the impact on the family just because I am focused on the potential financial return. Amy learned a similar lesson this year, in moving the family to Louisiana from New Jersey for her dream job a job from which she ultimately resigned. Though she found a far better job, she also found that her longtime singular focus on returning to our home state prevented her from seeing the effects on her and her family. In taking on an executive role, Amy is conflicted in the way so many parents and particularly women are these days: balancing the demands of a career she loves with the even greater demands of being a parent, which she also loves. Mix in the demands of a husband and suddenly her daily life is demonstrably different than what she faced as a part-time worker back in New Jersey. Plus, she now wonders whether we gave enough thought to the move’s impact on our son’s education, since we both believe he was in a better situation in a smaller, more-demanding school back East. We both got what we want, and we’re both generally happy. But if we knew then what we know now, we wonder what we would have done. Lesson 2: Be careful what you spurn. You might want it. This is the corollary to Lesson 1. I learned it specifically because of our relocation to Louisiana. For as long as Amy had wanted to return home, I didn’t. I was having too much fun living in places like Southern California, the Pacific Northwest and the New York area. Returning to the deep South, to my roots, didn’t appeal to me. Worse, I feared it would limit if not destroy my career. I was wrong. In going home again, I found that I cherish what I thought wasn’t important: proximity to family, LSU athletics, the south Louisiana culture, even the smell of the sweet olive blossoms in the spring and fall. These items especially the little stuff that fills our daily lives bring me a sense of contentment missing in my life for years. As for my job well, it certainly has limited my opportunities for advancement at the paper, and I do feel more exposed to any possible layoffs. At the same time, however, I’ve gained a certain confidence stemming from my independence as a stay-at-home worker. I have more time with my family than I’ve ever had, and I have the freedom to manage my personal life during the day. The trade-off is that I have to make up for those lost day hours by working a lot more at night and on the weekends. But it’s worth it. In short, I’ve learned that clinging too tightly to what you force yourself to believe prevents you from seeing that more enriching possibilities exist. Lesson 3: Count your eggs and smell the roses. I apologize for the double cliche. But I wanted to make two separate, but related, financial points. For as long as Amy and I have worked, we’ve disagreed on whether we’re saving enough. I always said no; Amy always said yes. So, early in the year I built a spreadsheet to calculate where we are financially in terms of our nest egg’s ability to cover our future expenses. My goal was to show Amy that we need to save even more. Instead, I discovered that Amy was right. We have been saving enough. Though my goal is still to be substantially overprepared so that we can spend excess cash on living a travel-heavy retirement, and not have to worry about money, I realize we have the opportunity to live a more memorable life today. To that end, we’ve begun to shift some future spending into the present so that we can take trips as a family or pay for items that make today a bit more enjoyable. Too often we spend our days saving without taking the time to measure where we are. But it does make sense to stop and smell the roses once you’ve counted your eggs. I want to be prepared for retirement, and we will be. I just don’t want to arrive there realizing I never lived along the way . Lesson 4: You can never be too prepared. As a reporter in New Orleans covering Hurricane Katrina, I saw directly the effects that catastrophes have on families. I also saw my own family’s lack of preparedness. If Katrina had ravaged my city instead, we wouldn’t have been ready for it. So, Amy and I created a family emergency plan to ensure that in a disaster we know how to find each other or communicate via friends and relatives. We set up a plan so that we both know who has our kids and how we’ll feed and shelter the family. We’ve also stockpiled some emergency cash in a secure location, knowing that when the power is out for days, access to cash is imperative. We hope we’ll never need this plan. But being prepared helps you quickly regain a sense of control when bad events arise. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Softball Splits Pair Of Games At Illinois State

first_imgDrake put at least one base runner on second base in the second, third and fourth inning. Junior Maddie Hooyman (Trenton, Mo.) had the Bulldogs’ best scoring chance when she tried to score from third base on a Redbirds’ wild pitch in the fourth inning, but was thrown out at the plate. Full Schedule Roster Preview Pena finished with two runs batted in while Smith finished with three RBI. The duo each finished with two hits each. Watch Live Drake answered in the third inning as Pena delivered again with another run-scoring single and sophomore Kailee Smith (Murrieta, Calif.) drove in a pair of runs with a double as the Bulldogs led 4-2. Illinois State cut the deficit to 4-3 in the bottom of the inning with a RBI single from Jordan de los Reyes and then tied the game at 4-4 in the fourth as Standgard came through again, this time with an RBI single. Bradley 5/7/2016 – 2:00 PM The second game was back-and-forth as the Bulldogs scored one run in the first inning from an RBI single by freshman Taryn Pena (Columbia, Ill.). The Redbirds took the lead in the bottom of the frame with a two-run home run from Riley Strandgard. In the fifth inning it was Smith’s turn to come up in the clutch for Drake as she broke the tie with a run-scoring single and two batters later junior Kaitlyn Finneran (Morrison, Ill.) added another run with her own RBI single as the Bulldogs led 6-4 after five innings.center_img Newman took the tough loss after pitching six innings. She allowed one run on five hits and struck out 10 and walked three batters. With the one win and one loss on Friday, Newman is now 19-12 overall this season. Drake had just four hits in the loss. Sophomore Nicole Newman (Madison, Wis.), who started in the circle and tossed her 22nd complete game, helped her cause with a solo home run in the seventh inning. In the circle, Newman allowed four runs on seven hits with eight strikeouts and she worked around five walks. NORMAL, Ill. – The Drake University softball team rallied to defeat Illinois State, 7-4, in the nightcap of Friday’s Missouri Valley Conference doubleheader at Marian Kneer Softball Stadium. The two teams split the doubleheader as Illinois State (17-30, 9-12 MVC) edged Drake (26-23, 14-8 MVC), 1-0, in the first game. Illinois State squeaked out the opening game behind a third-inning, solo home run by Allison Spence off Newman. Live Stats Next Game: The teams will play the series finale Saturday at noon. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Get a free go-karting track with this stunning traditional Donegal cottage!

first_imgIt’s the ultimate boyhood dream – owning your own racetrack. Now that dream can become a reality and all for the price of an average three-bedroom semi-detached house in Dublin. This stunning renovated country cottage in Castlefin in Co Donegal comes with its very own go-karting track set over a whopping eight acres of land.And for just €325,000, you can live in this traditional-style cottage and develop the go-karting business.Or you can simply live in the cottage and invite your family and friends around in the evening time to practise your driving skills to become the next Lewis Hamilton.The track, which to 1,000 metres in length, has been designed so users can reach speeds of up to 55 mph.And the cottage is straight off the winner’s podium also. The picture-postcard cottage located at Sessiagh requires no renovation and is ready to move into.Internally, this two-bedroomed cottage home has a very distinctive finish, benefits from having an oil fired central heating system, and a solid fuel stove.Over the years the cottage has been a very well maintained family home.It has been decorated using traditional red brick and the bedrooms finished to a very high standard.It boasts wooden floors and cast iron radiators and a traditional stove. There’s no need to worry about places to park when your friends call around for an evening on the go-karts.There is ample car parking space as well as outhouses which can be developed by the new owner.The full accommodation comprises of:• Entrance Hall: 2.53m x 2.75m• Tiled flooring and double radiator.• Living/Family Room: 5.11m x 9.01m• Tiled flooring, solid fuel stove and cast iron radiator.• Kitchen:• Tiled flooring, Antique Brick Kitchen, solid wooden worktop, Stanley range, Belfast sink.• Gallery: 6.05m x 2.54m• Velux window.• Dining Room: 2.64m x 5.13m• Tiled flooring and cast iron radiators.• Main Bathroom: 2.75m x 1.89m• Tiled walls and flooring, WC, wash hand basin, electric shower and double radiator.• Bedroom 1: 4.64m x 2.62m• Double bedroom with wooden flooring and double radiator.• Bedroom 2: 2.71m x 4.67m• Double bedroom with wooden flooring and double radiator. If you think this cottage and its unique go-karting track is for you then contact Ronan McAnenny on 04871886910.Get a free go-karting track with this stunning traditional Donegal cottage! was last modified: July 11th, 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:castlefincottagedonegalgo kartinghouseSALElast_img read more

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