Dialog Semiconductor & Apple Inc have signed an agreement for the licensing of Dialog’s power management technologies and also transfer of certain assets and over 300 employees to Apple. The move is aimed at supporting Apples’ chip research and development process. The transaction is expected to be completed in the first half of 2019, subject to applicable regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions.Apple will pay $300 million in cash for the transaction and prepay $300 million for Dialog products to be delivered over the next three years. The employees who are being transferred have worked closely with Apple for many years, and this transition will foster deeper collaboration between the two companies. Dialog also announced that it has been awarded a broad range of new contracts from Apple for the development and supply of power management, audio subsystem, charging and other mixed-signal integrated circuits. Revenue from the new contracts is expected to be realized starting in 2019 and accelerating in 2020 and 2021.Dialog plans to accelerate its transformation to become a market-leading provider of differentiated custom and configurable mixed-signal ICs across a broader customer base in fast-growing segments of the IoT, Mobile, Automotive and Computing & Storage markets. Dialog’s power conversion, connectivity, configurable mixed-signal, audio and charging ICs address markets that are expected to grow at a 13% CAGR to reach $13 billion by 2021. The company will continue to deliver PMICs to other customers globally.Apple will employ more than 300 Dialog engineers and other employees already supporting Apple chip development, representing approximately 16% of Dialog’s total workforce. The iPhone manufacturer will assume certain Dialog facilities in Livorno (Italy), Swindon (U.K.), Nabern and Neuaubing (Germany).Following the agreement, Dialog updated its revenue outlook for the period 2018 to 2022. The company expects the combined revenue for its Advanced Mixed Signal, Connectivity and Automotive & Industrial business segments, estimated to be approximately $400 million in 2018, to grow at a CAGR of 10-15% from 2018 to 2022. Upon completion of the transaction, revenue from the new contracts and other ongoing Apple business is expected to increase from an estimated 2018 base of approximately $150 million at a CAGR of 30-35% over the next four years while the revenue associated with the licensing agreement – estimated to be approximately $875 million in 2018 – will begin to decline in the second half of 2019 and phase out by 2022.As a result of this transaction, Dialog expects no significant impact to gross margin. Upon closing, the transaction is expected to result in operating expense reduction of approximately $35 million on an annualized basis. The company intends to initiate a share buyback program of up to 10% of its outstanding shares following its Q3 trading update. Qatalyst Partners is acting as financial advisor, and Linklaters is acting as legal counsel to Dialog in relation to the transaction.
Eversure’s Garret Tabanao drilled two free throws with 1.5 seconds left to tie the count at 83-all.Eversure even had a 20-point led in the second quarter and settled at the break, 45-34, with Andre Tan, Tubby Villanueva and Beejay Paredes combining for 30 points.But JKT, with only six players, came close and Aldrian Tan forced the overtime.JKT was led by Luigi Coo with 26 points. Tan added 20; Errol Su, 13; Chua, 11; Chingsan Su, eight; and Biboy Uysang, six.Tubby Villanueva paced Eversure with 17. Tabanao added 15; Paredes, 15; Andre Tan, 11; Richard Tan and Berto Uy, 10 each; and Glenn Yee, eight.In Class A encounter, Marby Arcade La Salle got the hero from Jappy Cuaycong layup with 2 seconds to beat 365 Modern Café.Marby, sporting a 4-1 win-loss card, led the first quarter, 32-22, but 365 roared back in the take the lead at the break, 48-47.Marby again took the led, 64-62, in the third quarter and led changes going to the fourth quarter.Robbie Jalando-on gave the last lead for 365, but Oliver Manaloto tied it at 85-all with his free throws.Manaloto and Cuaycong had 15 points each. Mark Velez added 12; Ritchie Militante, 11; Mark Binguan, eight; and Bren Tajonera and Pao Pao Lim, six apiece.365 Modern Café is led by Jalandoon with 17; Franklyn Madrid, 15; Michael Ang, 13; Yan Yan Dy, 12; Biboy Yap, eight; and Dr. Chico Coruña, six.Northwest Inn on Friday upset top-seed and undefeated Bacolod Steel, 69-61./PN By CYRUS M. GARDEBACOLOD City — Aldrian Tan became a two-time hero when he bailed out Johann Kendrick Tan against Eversure Marketing, 85-83, in overtime of the Class B division, while Marby Arcade La Salle knocked out 365 Modern Café, 87-85, in the ongoing Fil-Sino Intercompany Friendship Cup at Po Hang Gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.Tan recovered an inbound pass in time to score from 18-footer jumper in the right corner to seal the fourth victory of JKT in five games.He also forced the overtime that ended at 75-all.
GSC Title Hopes Fall Short In 7-6 Loss To Valdosta State MILLINGTON, Tenn. — The University of West Florida baseball team could not hold off Valdosta State’s potent offense as they fell 7-6 to the Blazers to get eliminated from the Gulf South Conference Baseball Tournament Thursday afternoon. Leading 6-4 the Argos would surrender three unanswered runs to end their hopes for the program’s second GSC Baseball Championship.The Argos struck first in the bottom half of the first inning, posting two runs on back-to-back RBI singles from Tyler Hasting and Cody Campbell to take an early 2-0 lead. It was Campbell who once again powered the Argo offense in third with a double down the left field line to score Greg Pron from second, giving the Argos a three run lead.Valdosta State got their offense going in the fourth inning when Brandon Decker led off the inning with a solo homerun to left field. The Blazers would use the long ball again in the fifth on a Clayton Cain opposite field two-run homer which tied the game up at three.It did not take long for the Argos to strike back as they posted two runs in the bottom half of the inning to put them up 5-3. The teams would swap runs in the seventh to keep the Argos two run lead intact.In the eighth inning with a runner on and one down in the inning, the Blazers Brandon Graves delivered a game tying two-run homerun that knotted the game up at six. After a strikeout and a single, VSU reliever Austin Smith singled to right, sending home Matt Costello for the go ahead run.The loss eliminates the Argos from the GSC Tournament with a record of 2-2. All the Argos can do now is hope for a NCAA South Region bid into next weekend’s NCAA South Region Tournament. For more information on Argonaut athletics or to follow along with live stats, fans can keep up with the action at www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Version Share Cody Campbell (Photo courtesy of Pete Sintes)
Kenston: Evan Pyle 9-yard TD run 10:02 left in 1st Q 7-0 KenstonEastlake: 25-yard FG Spencer Wood 11:43 left in 2nd Q 7-3 KenstonKenston: Kee-SHaun Merrill 91-yard kickoff return 11:30 left in 2nd Q 14-3 KenstonEastlake: Chase Valletto 11-yard TD run 3:44 left of 2nd Q 14-10 KenstonKenston: Jon Tomcufcik 20-yard TD pass to Stanley Branson 7:22 left of 4th Q 21-10 KenstonEastlake: Jake Tanski 5-yard TD pass to Tyler Dodd, 2-point conversion good 2:21 left of 4th Q 21-18 Kenston Eastlake0100818 Kenston770721 Related TopicsEastlake NorthEastlake North RangersKenstonKenston Bombers Player of the Game: Jack Porter, RB KenstonIt was a pretty solid night Jack Porter had against the Rangers in Friday nights win. He carried the ball 25 times for 120 yards. The offense pretty much revolved around Porter all night as he was the driving force to the Ranger defense.“In the second half the offensive line opened up the holes for me.” Jack Porter said, “Nothing was really hitting after the first series, but they put it together in the Eastlake, Ohio– It didn’t take long for a Kenston touchdown Friday night in Eastlake. Kenston drove down the field on their first possession to open up the scoring.Taking up only a minute and 58 seconds, running back Evan Pyle made his way into the end zone from nine yards out. It was a night where Kenston never trailed in the game, which turned out to become a very vital part in their win Friday night.“We’ve been emphasizing that all year,” head coach Jeff Grubich said, “We want to start fast and we want to take the fight to them right away. It’s a good thing but unfortunately it was probably our cleanest drive of the night.”The first quarter started off quickly for the Bombers. A nice first drive got them up early on North. That ended up being the only score in the first quarter.The Bombers had some trouble with penalties early on though. Two penalties, which added up to 20 yards, made the Rangers march down the field on their first possession. Tyler Mintz of Kenston came up big on the defensive end as he ended up intercepting Jake Tanski’s pass when they got deep into the red zone.Penalties were a big problem throughout the night for Kenston. Big plays made on the offensive end were getting called back all night for the team. in fact, two long touchown plays got called back due to holding calls on Kenston. That’s a main problem the team as a whole needs to work on as the season goes on in order to take their play up to another level.The second quarter is where the scoring started to break free. Eastlake North finally ended up getting on the board by a 25-yard field goal from Spencer Wood. It didn’t take long for Kenston to answer back as Kee-Shaun Merrill returned the following kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown.One key factor for the Bombers all night was there outstanding defense. As the game went on, you can tell the defense was wearing out the offense of Eastlake North. The big plays just weren’t there for the Rangers. It wasn’t just one guy that stood out on the defensive end, the line as a unit brought trouble all night to Eastlake.“Conner Kure is a kid that’s got a lot of playing experience. He made some great plays tonight and he’s a selfless player.” Coach Grubich stated.One key standout on the defensive end for Kenston was Sophomore Tyler Mintz. Friday night he registered two interceptions, both coming in critical times during Eastlake’s possession.The speedy Sophomore now has four total interceptions on the season and that number is likely to continue to rise with the way he’s been playing.“I’m proud of that defense in general tonight. Those coaches got them adjusted at half time and the defensive players responded. Great effort by the defensive side of the ball.” Coach Grubich said after a remarkable effort on defense Friday night.Things got a bit interesting late in the fourth quarter. Jake Tanski threw a five yard touchdown pass to Tyler Dodd with 2:21 left in the game. Down 16-21 at that point, North ran a two-point conversion and they succeeded, cutting the deficit to only three.Minutes later North tried an onside kick and successfully recovered it at the Bombers 49 yard line. But their luck would eventually run out after failing to complete four straight passes to give the ball back to Kenston with two minutes left in the game.“It was a four quarter battle tonight.” Coach Grubich said after the victory Friday night. “It was a playoff atmosphere tonight, it was a week 12 kind of game where it comes down to the final possession.”The win against Eastlake North improves the record for Kenston to 4-0 on the season. Next week they host Brush at home as they look to continue to an undefeated season. As for Eastlake North, the loss drops their record to 1-3. Next Friday night, the Rangers travel to Willoughby South, as that’ll be a much needed win against their rival. Michael Trivisonno Michael Trivisonno is a current college student at Cleveland State University who covers high school sports throughout Northeast Ohio for NEO Sports Insiders. He’s also been the Lake County Captains beat writer the previous two seasons. Team1234Final
5) Kicking concernsIf you were hoping to ease any concerns you had over the kick game on Saturday, you were probably disappointed. While both Austin Seibert and Greg Joseph combined to be a perfect 3-for-3 on PATs, they also both missed long field goals of 52 and 53 yards respectively. Yes, those are on the longer side as far as field goal attempts are concerned but there are kickers all over the league who can nail kicks from that distance and on a team this loaded, average kicking just ain’t gonna cut it. It’s time to start worrying. After two highly physical days on the practice field against the Colts, the Browns took the fight to Lucas Oil Stadium for their second preseason game. They’d do so without the services of the majority of their starters, most notably Baker Mayfield, Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward. In a battle of backups it was the Browns coming out victorious 21-18 to improve to 2-0 in the preseason.Here are five takeaways from Cleveland’s preseason victory.1) Strong outingIt was a nice night for one Browns wideout trying to earn himself a spot on the roster. At first glance three receptions for 14 yards and a touchdown isn’t the most eye-popping statline. However, combined with two catches for 27 yards in the first preseason game, Strong has made a strong case for surviving roster cutdown day in two weeks. His four-yard touchdown catch was good for the Browns first score of the game as he put together a nice little night. Cleveland’s wide receiver room is easily their deepest position group, but Strong should comfortably make the roster if he keeps this up.Garrett Gilbert to @JaelenStrong for 6️⃣!#CLEvsIND pic.twitter.com/yhJJJ3zJYf— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) August 17, 2019 Spencer German What’s Next: The Browns are off on Sunday before wrapping up training camp with two final days of practice back home in Berea. They’ll hit the road later in the week as they’ll face the Buccaneers for their “final dress rehearsal” preseason game. Related Topics2019 Cleveland BrownsAustin SeibertBaker MayfieldD’Ernest JohnsonDontrell HillardDrew StantonfeaturedFreddie KitchensGarrett GilbertGreg JosephJalen StrongKareem Hunt 2) Baker’s BackupDrew Stanton provides the Browns locker room with a much needed veteran presence and has a great relationship with Freddie Kitchens, so it’s hard to believe anyone but Stanton begins the season as Baker Mayfield’s primary backup. That said, his disappointing outing in the first preseason game left much to be desired. Additionally, ex-AAF quarterback Garrett Gilbert has impressed in two preseason games, which has to make you wonder.Gilbert went 13-for-19, for 151 yards and two touchdowns against the Colts. Combine that and his 14-for-22 for 135 yards against the Redskins last week and Gilbert has completed just under 66-percent of his passes for 286 yards and two touchdowns. Yes he’s done this against team’s second and third stringers, but his performances have been too good to ignore. It sounds like Kitchens is at least considering keeping three quarterbacks so Gilbert may make the team regardless. Even if he only keeps two, Gilbert has done more to earn the No. 2 job than Stanton.3) Hit the laundromatA combined 29 penalties between the two teams made this one excruciatingly painful to watch. Indianapolis finished with 16 total penalties while Cleveland had 13. Throughout training camp, Freddie Kitchens has preached that they don’t want to practice bad habits and penalties so it’s safe to say a double digit penalty mark like this one won’t sit well with him. He’ll be addressing that with the team at practice this week.4) Kareem first lookBrowns fans got their first look at Kareem Hunt since he last played for Kansas City on Nov. 19 last year and it was a lackluster outing for the 24-year-old. With the the team’s offensive starters sitting this one out, Hunt was reportedly supposed to get double digit carries. Ultimately, he was handed the ball just only twice, picking up six yards. He was targeted once in the passing game but didn’t actually have a reception. He’s bound to get more action in the remaining two preseason games, especially considering he’ll be away from the team for eight weeks once the season begins.Regardless of Hunt’s minimal contributions the Browns did get a nice spark from D’ernset, who carried the ball 10 times for 53 yards anc caught three passes for 26 yards and a touchdown. With the emergence of Dontrell Hillard (he sat this one out with a hamstring injury) and now D’ernest, it’s easy to see why John Dorsey and company were so comfortable moving on from Duke Johnson before the regular season.Garrett Gilbert finds D’Ernest Johnson for a #Browns TD‼️#CLEvsIND pic.twitter.com/bq2dM7GrAX— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) August 17, 2019
Junior members and season card holders up to the age of 12* are invited to Ashton Gate Stadium for an afternoon of Christmas-themed fun.The event will be held on Tuesday, December 3rd and will take place from 5-7pm throughout the stadium and concourse areas. The event is FREE to members.Youngsters will have the chance to meet Bristol Sport stars**, take part in an interactive quiz on the big screen – by using your phone or tablet as a remote*** – as well as competing in sports activities.REGISTER ONLINEPlease note there is limited availability and spaces will be filled on a on a first-come, first-served basis.* Minimum age is five years old. Junior members aged five-11 and all Under-12 season card holders are eligible** Bristol Flyers and Bears Women players will be unavailable for this event due to team training commitments but due to very limited December availability, the event needed to be on this date*** Entry to the quiz is by phone or tablet device. Please bring a well-charged device
THE final day of the Woodpecker Products Junior National Squash Championships played out on Sunday at the Georgetown Club. After a long week of matches, excited athletes and well-wishers were ready to be part of the crowning of the Junior National Champions and to see if the favourites would reign, or if any under ranked contenders would come through for surprise wins.Once a prominent figure during these tournaments, Nyron Joseph has transitioned into a significant member of the organizing team; working tirelessly this week to support the smooth running of the championships. Along with Taylor Fernandes, they are two examples of seniors giving back to their fraternity since out-growing their junior status. Both were on hand to witness many of their own students giving their performances of the season.In the younger categories, the Fernandes sisters–Christiana and Paige–won their under-11 and under-13 categories respectively. The under 15 girls was a highly competitive category and as always, the final game between Kirsten Gomes and Abosaide Cadagon was well attended. Spectators were treated to the anticipated battle which began with Cadogan stamping her mark early for an 11/5 win. Gomes fought back to win the second 11/8 but Cadogan showed consistent form to win the match 3-1. This secured her three category domination as she won the under 15, under 17 and under 19, then topped this off by taking home the Most Outstanding Girl title.The junior boys saw the unbeaten Louis DaSilva take the crown in the under 11 after beating Chad DeAbreu in straight sets. In the under 13 boys, dominant Michael Alphonso completed his clean sweep by beating Demetrius DeAbreu 3-0. Anthony Islam and Samuel Ince-Carvalhal fought a hard battle in their first game, going to 19/17 with Islam taking the crucial point, and again going to 12/10 in the second. Ince-Carvalhal didn’t seem to bring much of that fight to the third game as Islam took the match11/5. King of the hill, Shomari Wiltshire held off ambitious Daniel Islam in three straight games, earning him the well-deserved clean sweep of the under 15, under 17, under 19 titles and also Most Outstanding Boy title. Wiltshire continues to dominate Guyana’s Squash with his seemingly effortless expertise, outstanding form and undisputed excellence on court.Most Improved Boy award was taken away by Nicholas Verwey and Most Improved Girl was Madison Fernandes.Trophies were handed out by the mothers of the winners in celebration of Mother’s Day.The Guyana Squash Association would like to express its gratitude to Woodpecker Products for its unwavering support to Squash over many years and its annual sponsorship of the Junior National Championships. We would also like to thank Banks DIH for its donation of Powerade to our athletes.To all our supporters and helpers, please accept our appreciation for being a part of a successful tournament.The list of winners is as followsGIRLSUnder 11Winner – Christiana Fernandes2nd place – Safira Summer3rd place – Malia MaikooUnder 13Winner – Paige Fernandes2nd place – Beau Fernandes3rd place – Christiana FernandesUnder 15Winner – Abosaide Cadogan2nd place – Kirsten Gomes3rd place – Madison Fernandes4th place – Aliyah PersaudUnder 17Winner – Abosaide Cadogan2nd place – Makeda Harding3rd place – Kirsten GomesUnder 19Winner – Abosaide Cadogan2nd place – Makeda Harding3rd place – Kirsten GomesBOYSUnder 11Winner – Louis Dasilva2nd place – Shiloh Asregado3rd place – Chad Deabreu4th place – Joshua VerweyUnder 13Winner – Michael Alphonso2nd place – Demetrius Deabreu3rd place – Ethan Jonas4th place – Mohryan BakshUnder 15Winner – Shomari Wiltshire2nd place – Samuel Ince-Carvalhal3rd place – Gianni CarpenterUnder 17Winner – Shomari Wiltshire2nd place – Daniel Islam3rd place – Anthony Islam4th place – Samuel Ince-CarvalhalUnder 19Winner – Shomari Wiltshire2nd place – Daniel Islam3rd place – Anthony Islam4th place – Samuel Ince-CarvalhalMost improved girl – Madison FernandesMost improved boy – Nicholas BvwerweyMost outstanding girl – Abosaide CadoganMost outstanding boy – Shomari wiltshire
ATLANTA – Blake Sims put together one of the best seasons for a quarterback in Alabama history, and there’s still more to go.And he even had a stellar SEC Championship Game as he won the MVP award.The senior quarterback completed 23 of 27 passes for 262 yards and two touchdowns Saturday evening in the Georgia Dome to help the Crimson Tide defeat Missouri.Success here was special opportunity for Sims, who grew up in the area in Gainesville.“It’s a great feeling,” Sims said. “Back in high school, I played here my last game in the championship, and we lost. Pretty much I was just playing for everybody down the road in Gainesville High. And just pretty much just going out playing, doing everything that coach (Nick) Saban has taught me and coach (Lane) Kiffin has taught me and just trust my players that they’re going to play our hearts out and leave no regrets on the field.”His completion percentage of 85.2 percent was an SEC title game record. He topped Auburn’s Jason Campbell, who completed 27 of 35 for a 77.1-percentage in in 2004.“He distributes the ball to the playmakers and allows us to make plays,” receiver Amari Cooper said.Sims also tied the SEC title game record for nine consecutive completions. He did that to start the game and finished with seven straight completed.His passing yards gave him the Alabama single-season record with 3,148 to surpass AJ McCarron, who had 3,063 last season.Sims completed 65 percent of his passes for 3,250 yards and 26 touchdowns on the season. He has at least the Sugar Bowl more to play, and maybe the national championship game.“Blake is a much better leader now, and he’s more confident,” Cooper said. “He has grown tremendously.” ■ Lineup update: Starting cornerback Eddie Jackson retained his position after a week of competition with Bradley Sylve. Jackson had a rough game against Auburn and Sylve excelled in relief.Backup inside linebacker and special teams standout Reuben Foster was held out of the game because of his continual stinger issue.Starting outside linebacker Denzel Devall suited out for the game, but Dillon Lee started again. Devall missed the last two games due to an ankle injury. He missed five of the last seven games, and was limited in the two games he did play in that stretch.Starting tight end Brian Vogler (knee) returned after missing a game. Backup receiver ArDarius Stewart (knee) was available after a week off. ■ Kicking woes continue: Place-kicker Adam Griffith (back) returned to full-time duty after missing a game and being limited last week.He made all six of his extra points, but missed his field goal attempt wide left from 43 yards out in the second quarter.The Crimson Tide is 14 of 22 on field goal attempts this season. Griffith is 12 of 19. ■ Jones playing more: Reserve running back Tyren Jones entered the game in the middle of the first quarter to relieve Yeldon.That’s the second time he was used before regular backup Derrick Henry. Saban said Jones has come on late in the season now that he has a full understanding of the position.Henry, however, did play in the first half and gained a game-leading 141 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries. Jones carried the ball three times for 26 yards. ■ SEC title appearances: Alabama made its ninth SEC Championship Game appearance since it began in 1992. That’s second to the 10 by Florida.The Crimson Tide improved to 5-4 with the win over Missouri. The program has wins over Florida (1992, 1999, 2009), Georgia (2012) and Missouri (2014). Losses have only been to Florida (1993, 1994, 1996, 2008). ■ Life indoors: Alabama enjoys playing inside domed stadiums with a 17-6-1 record. It’s 9-3 since the start of Saban’s tenure in 2007.The Crimson Tide won its only other indoor game to begin the 2014 season over West Virginia in the Georgia Dome.It’s next game is expected to be in the Superdome for the Sugar Bowl. A win there, and it’s on to the national title game inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. ■ Beating the best: Alabama improved its record to 31-10 against top-25 opponents and is 18-5 against them since the start of the 2008 season.The Crimson Tide is 5-1 this season against ranked opponents with wins over No. 21 Texas A&M, No. 14 LSU, No. 1 Mississippi State, No. 15 Auburn and No. 14 Missouri. The loss was at No. 11 Ole Miss. ■ The series: Alabama took the lead in the all-time series with Missouri at 3-2. The Crimson Tide has won three straight with the previous meeting in 2012, the first year Missouri joined the SEC.The first win was a nonconference game in 1978 in Columbia. The losses were in the 1969 Gator Bowl and 1975 in Birmingham. ■ NFL draft: By the time you reach the conference championship games, NFL scouts know there are top-caliber players on the field. There were 14 NFL scouts at the SEC Championship Game.Representatives were from the Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Rams, Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants. ■ Quick hits: Offensive tackles Austin Shepherd, safety Landon Collins and fullback Jalston Fowler were the captains for the game. … Alabama has scored in 182 consecutive games and has gone 102 straight games scoring in the first half — the longest active streak in the nation. … This was the eighth time in school history with 12 wins.
Floody Wins 7 Year Old ISH Studbook Series in Cavan Tags: ISH Studbook Showjumping Series Castleroche Rebel (ISH) by Metropole (KWPN) bred and owned by Marie Quigley and ridden by John Floody jumped double clear in a time of 46.69 seconds to win the 7-year-old final of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series at Cavan Show. One of only 11 double clears in the 7-year-old class, Floody beat off stiff competition from the 25 combinations who made it through to the final.John Floody and Castleroche Rebel (ISH) (photo: Laurence Dunne/jumpinaction.net)In the 5 Year Old final, five combinations jumped double clear to split the win. While in the 6 Year Olds, there were only five clear rounds. There was €9,500 on offer in Cavan from the Irish Sport Horse Studbook for these young horse classes. The next leg takes place in Mullingar on 2nd and 3rd June.Full results, including breeding information, are detailed below.5 Year Olds=1st Orestus Clover (ISH) mare by Orestus (KWPN) out of Optimistic Clover (ISH) by Clover Hill (ID) bred and owned by Ralph Morgan, ridden by Jessica Burke .=1st Castle Camiro (ISH) mare by Sligo Candy Boy (ISH) out of Camiro Lady (UNK) bred and owned by Noel Ruane and ridden by Vincent Howley .=1 Abc Caruso (ISH) gelding by Cardento (HOLST) out of Ardnehue Diamond Cruiser (ISH) by Cruising (ISH) bred by Patrick Kehoe, owned by Ivor Fox and ridden by Catherine Thornton.=1st Swift Action (ISH) mare by Ballycapple Diamond Cruise (ISH) out of Diamond Society (ISH) by Nigrasine (Gb) (TB) bred by Rory Finnerty, owned by Norman Allen and ridden by Olive Clarke .=1st Annaghquin Lady Jane (ISH) mare by Royal Concorde (ISH) out of Mockingbird (ISH) by Cavalier Royale (HOLST) bred by John Purcell, owned by Ballynakilly Farms Ltd and ridden by Garth Swaile.6 year olds=1st Pacino Amiro (ISH) gelding by Pacino (BWP) out of Carnone Dancing Queen (ISH) by Nc Amiro (AES) bred by Simon Scott owned by Aiden Mcgrory and ridden by Kenneth Graham.=1st Longfield Quinlui (ISH) mare by Quintender (HOLST)out of Dshlyi (ISH) by Luidam (KWPN) bred by Seamus Drea, owned and ridden by Derek Mcconnell.=1st Halltown Nala (ISH) mare by Kannan (KWPN) out of Athea Clover Mist (WNTR) by Clover Clon Vii (WNTR) bred by Paddy Musgrave, owned by Louise Musgrave and ridden by John Floody.=1st Erne Mountain Dew (ISH) gelding by Lux Z (HANN) out of Erne Blaze (ISH) by Aldato (KWPN) bred and owned by Hugh Fitzpatrick and ridden by Francis Connors.=1st Dothraki Warlord (ISH) gelding by Mermus R (KWPN) out of Tiamo Diamant (SF) by Diamant De Semilly (SF) bred by Patrick J Kearns, owned by Sorcha Hennessy and ridden by Derek Mcconnell.7 Year olds1st Castleroche Rebel (ISH) mare by Metropole (KWPN) out of Castleroche Monica (ISH) by Clover Hill (ID) bred and owned by Marie Quigley, ridden by John Floody.2nd Quality Street (ISH) mare by O.B.O.S. Quality 004 (OLD) out of Coirban Lady Lux (ISH) by Lux Z (HANN) bred and owned by Ciara Marron, ridden by Damien Griffin.3rd Tara M (ISH) mare by Luidam (KWPN) out of Lasina Ii (HOLST) by Lasino (HOLST) bred and owned by Natalie Macken and ridden by Francis Connors.4th Rock N Rolla (ISH) gelding by Tinaranas Inspector (WESTF) out of Villa Princess (RID) by Crannagh Hero (ID) bred by Michael Tierney, owned and ridden by Richard Murray.5th Carrow Kavanann (ISH) mare by Kannan (KWPN) out of Cavaliers Princess (ISH) by Cavalier Royale (HOLST) bred by Declan Mcgarry, owned by Ballywalter Farms and ridden by Shane Goggins.6th Hollystown Miss Lupin (ISH) mare by Lux Z (HANN) out of Thornfield Lupin (ISH) by Cruising (ISH) bred and owned by Patrick Sutton and ridden by Gerard Clarke Jnr.Photo Credit: Jumpinaction, Laurence Dunne Home » Breeding News » Floody Wins 7 Year Old ISH Studbook Series in Cavan Related news stories 10 May 2018, 19:04 Barnadown hosts the second leg of the ISH Studbook SJ Series this weekend 6 June 2019, 10:32 SJ Breeding: Irish Sport Horses dominate at Mullingar Home International 7 May 2017, 19:07 O’Neill claims victory in the second leg of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Series 17 May 2018, 17:00 Cavan Equestrian Centre hosts the third leg of the ISH Studbook SJ series this weekend 19 April 2018, 18:56 ISH Studbook Showjumping Series begins at The Meadows this weekend 20 May 2018, 15:50 11 May 2017, 18:29 ISH SJ Series at Cavan – Start Lists
Ghana’s new coach, Guido Buchwald would earns 30,000 dollars monthly.An unimpeachable source at the Ghana Football Association (GFA) told GNA Sports on Monday that the German “will not earn a thing more than what former coach Claude Le Roy had.”Coach Le Roy was reportedly earning around 30,000 dollars monthly, the highest ever paid for a trainer in the history of Ghana football.This is contrary to media reports that most supposed Licensed “A” coaches that the GFA had contacted demanded not less than 50,000 dollars.The source was categorical that “what a lot of people do not understand is that when you are coaching a good team, much of the money is made out of match bonuses.”Le Roy earned twice what the players’ took for every win. The source said the GFA has concluded contractual terms with the coach who is expected to arrive in Ghana later in the week ahead of the Black Stars World Cup and African Cup of Nations joint qualifier with Gabon slated for the Ohene Djan Stadium, Accra on Sunday.The GFA is expected to outdoor the new coach on Monday, June 23.Capped 74 times for Germany, the former defender previously managed Japanese side Urawa Red Diamonds and Alemannia Aachen in his native country.As a player his best career game was probably the final of the 1990 FIFA World Cup final when he effectively marked the Argentine creative genius Diego Maradona, earning him the nickname ‘Diego’.Buchwald who succeeds French coach Claude Le Roy was also part of Germany’s disappointing 1994 World Cup squad. The GFA head-hunted for the French’s successor in a move that drew names including Klaus Toppmoller and former trainer Ralph Zumdick close to the vacant position.Source: GNA