Horse Racing Results

first_imgPast the Finishing PostTrack Condition : Dirt : Good”RAKE” TROPHYRace 1 1400 M (Purse $780,000) 3YO&UP OVERNIGHT ALLOWANCE1. TOOTING KAT OEdwards4 48.52. JUNIOR DON AndrePowell4 50.0 11L* 3. BOLD AVIATOR AChatrie 51.5 Sh.Head4. AMICABLE JInnis4 49.0 2 1/4LWIN: $338.00PLACE: $120.00, $196.00, $68.00Final Time : 1:25.3Winner : 5yo ch mare – BURNING MARQUE out of TOOTING AGAIN byTrainer : PATRICK T LYNCHNOTE: HORSE #1 LADY BELRIDGE CAME 4TH, BUT WAS DISQUALIFIED AND PLACED 5TH.Quinella : (5,7) $7,425.00 Exacta : (5-7) $33,981.00Trifecta : (5-7-3) $7,380.00NORMAN MANLEY MEMORIAL CUPRace 2 1000 M (R) CLM ($250,000)1. DI COBRE DDawkins4 50.0* 2. ROCKETEER HPottinger4 50.0 6L3. NO COINCIDENCE JPatterson4 48.5 1L4. NEVER GIVE UP JInnis4 49.0 1 1/2LWIN: $1427.00PLACE: $301.00, $77.00, $661.00Final Time: 1:01.1Winner: 6yo ch horse – DAYTON FLYER out of SUB ZERO by FRENCH CHAMPAGNETrainer: WILFRED A CHINQuinella: (6,8) $1,928.00 Exacta : (8-6) $5,277.00D/E: (5-8) $15,585.00Superfecta carry-over : $145,544.75″XTRA” TROPHYRace 3 1400 M (Purse $800,000)NB2-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT1. KIMMY’S TRAIN OMullings 51.52. JAMAI RAJA SEllis 53.0 1 3/4L* 3. A THOUSAND STARS RHalledeen 52.5 3 1/4L4. BIG AL JErwin 53.0 5 1/2LWIN: $1326.00PLACE: $122.00, $101.00, $58.00Final Time : 1:26.2Winner : 2yo ch filly – LIQUIDITY out of DR. STEPHANIE by SWEPT TO VICTORYTrainer : HARRY PARSARDQuinella : (7,8) $1,774.00 Exacta : (8-7) $3,917.00D/E : (8-8) $23,418.00Superfecta : (8-7-3-2) $14,885.00Rolling Triple : (ALL-8-8,5-ALL-8,5-8-ALL) $4,646.00″KENT” TROPHYRace 4 1000 M (S) (Purse $590,000)3-Y-O & UP CLM($450,0-$400,0)/NB5YO-NW41. FORCE DE JOUR PFrancis 57.0* 2. SUNLIGHT EXPRESS SEllis 54.0 2L3. FRANKENSTORM OScott4 50.0 2 1/4L4. ELVIRA AChatrie 53.0 3 1/2LLate scratch : #6 BELIEVEWIN: $121.00PLACE: $56.00, $56.00, $77.00Final Time : 0:59.1Winner: 4yo colt – SHARP HUMOR out of SONG BIRD TOO byTrainer: WINSTON G MORRISQuinella: (3,10) $129.00 Exacta : (3-10) $265.00D/E : (8-3) $3,498.00 (8-6) $460.00Superfecta : (3-10-7-5) $2,985.00Rolling Triple: (ALL-8-3, 8-ALL-3) $2,639.00″CANTER” TROPHYRace 5 1200 M (Purse $530,000)NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE V(NW2)* 1. LITTLE TUFF MAN LSteadman4 52.02. FREE AS A BIRD JInnis4 49.0 3L3. LUCKYBEGOOD OEdwards4 48.5 1L4. CIGARETTEINTHERAIN AndreePowell4 48.0 NeckWIN: $111.00PLACE: $61.00, $117.00, $64.00Final Time: 1:15.3Winner: 4yo colt – RIZZI LEE out of ARABIAN DANCER byTrainer: DONOVAN PLUMMERQuinella: (5,10) $862.00 Exacta : (10-5) $905.00D/E: (3-10) $233.00Superfecta: (10-5-3-9) $6,913.00Rolling Triple: (8-3-10) $25,972.00HEROES DAY STAKES TROPHYRace 6 1600 M (Purse $560,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE III(NW3/OT)* 1. SPARKLING MICHAELA SMuir 51.52. RAJA SARANGI LSteadman4 52.0 2 1/23. GEISHA’S GLORY OEdwards4 48.5 1 1/44. GAGA LADY PFrancis 51.0 1 3/45. HOLIDAY WEEKEND BebHarvey4 51.0 2 1/26. MERITONE OWalker 53.0 23/1 HeadWIN: $152.00PLACE: $59.00, $73.00, $78.00Final Time : 1:40.3Winner : 4yo b filly – WESTERN CLASSIC out of SPARKLING by NATURAL SELECTIONTrainer: LANCE P RICHARDSQuinella: (2,5) $363.00 Exacta : (5-2) $716.00D/E: (10-5) $364.00Trifecta: (5-2-9) $558.00Hit-6 carry-over: $59,458.75Rolling Triple (3-10-5) $1,110.00Pick-4: (8-3-10-5) $68,284.00Super-6: (5-8-8-3-10-5) $13,634.40 (5 OF 6) Carry-over: $1,308,903.37″SUPER DASH” TROPHYRace 7 1100 M (Purse $768,000) NB3YO(NW2)/IMP3YO&UP(MDN)-REST.ALL.II1. DINNER BY SEVEN LSteadman4 52.02. YOGA WHenry 51.0 1 1/2 416.003. FIRE ALARM JInnis4 48.0 1 1/2 395.004. LEGAL ACCOUNT OFoster 53.5* 5. ABBEY ROAD SEllis 53.0 NoseLate scratch : #9 TRADITIONAL STORMWIN: $173.00PLACE: $100.00, $416.00, $395.00Final Time : 1:07.0Winner: 3yo b filly – LIQUIDITY out of COLONY BELLE by COLONY LIGHTTrainer: WAYNE A DACOSTAQuinella : (3,11) $1,152.00 Exacta : (11-3) $1,987.00D/E: (5-11) $660.00Trifecta: (11-3-8) $6,821.00Hi-5 carry-over: $265,187.00Rolling Triple: (10-5-11) $1,293.00″SPRINT” TROPHYRace 8 1100 M (Purse $768,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT(FILLIES)* 1. ALYCINTH PWilliams 54.02. TASHIE BABY HPottinger4 49.5 1 1/4L3. DOOLAHIN RHalledeen 53.0 2 1/2L4. RISING POWER AntThomas4 50.0 3/4L5. QUEENOFSAINTROSE SMuir 53.0 1 1/4LWIN: $150.00PLACE: $93.00, $216.00, $101.00Final Time: 1:08.0 Splits : 23.2, 47.0, ,Winner: 3yo ch filly – MARKET RALLY out of WAYS AND MEANS by DELAWARE TOWNSHIPTrainer: ENOS L BROWNQuinella: (3,6) $1,606.00 Exacta : (6-3) $2,815.00D/E: (11-6) $538.00Trifecta: (6-3-1) $2,024.00Hi-5: (6-3-1-2-11) $324,065.50Rolling Triple (5-11-6) $2,145.00″ONLY ONE FOR ME” TROPHYRace 9 1200 M (Purse $2,950,000) NB2-Y-O GRADED STAKES (SERIES RACE #1)1. DREAMLINER RMitchell 56.02. NUCLEAR AFFAIR OWalker 52.5 1 1/4L3. FUTURE KING RHalledeen 54.0 Neck* 4. SORRENTINO’S STAR PFrancis 50.0 Neck5. VISION LSteadman4 54.0 7LLate scratch : #3 ZUGULU, #5 GARY GLITTERWIN: $267.00PLACE: $88.00, $110.00, $100.00Final Time : 1:13.0 Splits : 22.4, 46.2, ,Winner : 2yo ch colt – PORTO SANTO out of GOLDEN OLYMPIO by OLYMPIOTrainer : WAYNE A DACOSTA Owner : VON G WHITEQuinella : (10,11) $905.00 Exacta : (10-11) $2,037.00D/E : (6-10) $1,295.00 (6-3) $110.00Trifecta : (10-11-4) $1,993.00Hi-5 : (10-11-4-9-6) $5,291.00Rolling Triple : (11-6-10) $5,828.00″BONANZA” TROPHYRace 10 1400 M (Purse $500,000) 3-Y-O & UP CLM($180,0)/NB6YO&UP-NW31. PERFECT FLYER SEllis 54.02. GRAN CORAZON HPottinger4 51.0 9 1/2L3. EXPRESS TRUCK DDawkins4 51.0 1/2L4. SINK THE BISMARCK JAnderson 52.5 1/2L5. GLORIOUS CAUSE OScott4 50.0 HeadWIN: $340.00PLACE: $117.00, $174.00, $325.00Final Time : 1:28.0 Splits : 24.4, 48.4, 1:14.1,Winner : 7yo b horse – DAYTON FLYER out of PERFECT STORM by LAW OF THE SEATrainer : PATRICK T LYNCHQuinella : (11,13) $2,683.00 Exacta : (11-13) $4,466.00D/E : (10-11) $3,492.00Trifecta : (11-13-1) $20,750.00Hi-5 Carry-over : $116,311.00Rolling Triple : (6-10-11) $17,484.00Pick-4 : (11-6-10-11) $116,592.00Super-6 : (10-5-11-6-10-11) $214,678.70 (6 OF 6)Pick-9 : (8-8-3-10-5-11-6-10-11) $7,415.00 (7 OF 9) (8-8-3-10-5-11-6-10-11) $251.00 (6 OF 9) Carry-over : $441,180.60PlacePot 8 : (7,8-3,10-5,10-2,5-3,11-3,6-10,11-11,13) $125,000.00 (8 OF 8)last_img read more

Chace The Great takes Easter Sprint Cup

first_imgChace The Great drifted to mid-track inside the final half-furlong, but was already well clear and pulled away to outclass rivals in yesterday’s Easter Sprint Cup at Caymanas Park. Trainer Dwight Chen was relieved but still concerned that the four-year-old gelding continues to drift in the straight whenever jockeys apply the whip. “In the last part, he still drifted. I told him not to use the whip, but I guess he was clear and just testing,” Chen said of jockey Jevvanne Erwin’s late decision after hitting the front and going clear a furlong out. Chace The Great will next race against open allowance horses, a tougher bunch than the 12 overnight allowance runners which he easily dispatched. Held off the pace down the backstretch if the 1100-metre feature race, Chace The Great made his move three furlongs out, while Dancing Queen, Force De Jour, Vision and Dreamliner went kamikaze on the lead. Chen’s runner attacked widest off the turn and had no problems to shoot clear under a hand ride. However, Erwin could not resist the urge of using his whip, which caused Chace The Great to drift off a true line close home. “That’s life, he’s not a whip horse, just like Crucial Appeal. It seems that I have the no-whip horses to contend with,” Chen pointed out. “With Chace The Great, he has been a headache from the start. When it’s not one thing, it’s the other,” he added, agreeing that his runner’s drifting habits could be exposed up in class against tougher opposition. TWO-TIMER Chace The Great closed a two-timer for Erwin, who also won the fourth race aboard Bars of Gold to share riding honours with Shane Ellis. Frankenstorm opened the 10-race card with Ellis aboard for Johnny Wilmot, the day’s leading trainer with two winners. Ellis had to pull out all the stops aboard Cheers to close his two-timer in the third event, lasting home by a nose from fast-finishing Xquisite Choice. Wilmot closed the programme with 4-5 favourite Da Jackal, who stayed on strongly with leading jockey Omar Walker, winning in a driving finish from 12-1 outsider Make My Day.last_img read more

Realtor slapped with fraud charge

first_imgA realtor, who allegedly defrauded a woman of $350,000 for the sale of a plot of land which was not up for sale was on Monday charged for the related crime.Twenty-two-year-old Baldeo Persaud denied that he committed the offence when he stood before city Magistrate Judy Latchman.The charge stated that on April 10, 2018 in Georgetown and with intent to defraud, Persaud obtained by false pretence $100,000 from Anurada Persaud as he claimed to be in a position to obtain for her a plot of land.Police Prosecutor Arvin Moore had no objections to bail, but told the Court that the Virtual Complainant (VC) visited the defendant’s office where she voiced her interest in a plot of land.She was instructed to make a down payment of $100,000 which she did and was later shown a plot of land on the East Coast of Demerara (ECD), when she paid another instalment of $250,000.However, some time later, the woman found out that the land shown to her was not up for sale.As such, she made a report to the Police, and Persaud was arrested and later charged.He was granted $100,000 bail. The case will continue on June 25, 2018.last_img read more

Local concerns raised during all candidates forum at the Lido Theatre

first_img“The gravel pit purchase was based on the information we had for the shortage with the upcoming projects such as Site C [and] LNG… It was reviewed with the reports, with the studies, with all the surveys that were needed to do to make a fiscal, sound decision on that gravel pit; and that’s what it was based on. It was based on the facts provided in the reports, in the surveys, and the need Fort St. John’s going to have for that gravel or use of in the coming years” Councillor Trevor Bolin responded.Reports dating back to March of 2013 indicate the money was spent from the Fair Share Fund for a price of $2.924 million before tax.Twila Soule, an original member of the Concerned Citizens for Health Care movement asked all council candidates, “What your position is on the heath care situation?” “What you can do to assist us?” “And how far you’re willing to go?”Councillor Dan Davies responded,”One of the things that we do need to work on is students that go into the Northern Medical Health program have a subsidy to attend that, and… there is no requirement that they stay in the north and I really think that’s something that needs to be looked at a little closer.”Advertisement Some other means in retaining doctors proposed by Councillor Davies was to focus on attracting the families, accomplished with institutions like the Pomeroy Sports Centre and the proposed indoor family park.Councillor candidate Karen Mason-Bennett also weighed in by saying, “This is a problem that includes immigration, it includes education; it’s not a short-term band-aide solution… if we’re changing the education system, we’re looking at 7 – 10 years before we see impact on that.”Mason-Bennett also said, if elected, she would keep the pressure on the province, and cites the struggles of having a voice heard in the northern region as a potential factor in what she alludes to be a sluggish response.The municipal election is being held on November 15, with early polling slated for November 5 and November 12, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.Below is a full audio copy of the entire forum recorded by Moose FM/Energeticcity.caAdvertisement Eleven out of the twelve candidates for Fort St. John City Hall were present, with only Christopher Clarke absent.When the debate first commenced, each candidate had two minutes to present their platform. It seemed that for at least the six incumbents, they somewhat echoed each other’s goals, which for the most part included roads and infrastructure, addressing the medical crisis, expanding boundaries, as well as the overall development of the city.However, when it came to non-incumbents, many candidates instead took the time to explain what they would try changing in City Hall, like Graham McCoubrey,  who pointed to what he sees as a strenuous relationship between the city and developers. Another change brought up was from Tamara Wilkinson, who claims there’s a lack of community engagement between the city and residents when it comes to planning and money spent, which she says would be best addressed by utilizing social media and other online platform.- Advertisement -As for the District of Taylor and the Peace River Regional District Electoral Area C, Robert Fraser and James Bergen were each present.The majority of questions were directed to the Fort St. John candidates, as some of the main issues included the partnership, or lack there of, between the PRRD and the city; plans for boundary expansion and the anticipation of resource development, the on-going health care crisis, and money spent.One attendee asked, “Council members are talking about the allocation of funds into proper areas. With that being said, do you believe the gravel pit was a good investment? Why? And where did this money come to purchase this pit?”Advertisementcenter_img [soundcloud url=”″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /][soundcloud url=”″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]last_img read more

Pressure is on Arsenal to win major titles, admits chief executive

first_img1 Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has said the club “need to win” major trophies and are constantly feeling the pressure to deliver them.The Gunners have not won the Premier League since their famous unbeaten season 12 years ago and ended a nine-year wait for a major honour when they won the FA Cup in 2014.They went on to defend it in 2015 but have still yet to record another Premier League crown, while they have fallen at the round of 16 in the Champions League for the past six years.Arsene Wenger’s side were top of the table at the turn of the year but ended up finishing in second place, 10 points adrift of champions Leicester.And Gazidis, who said last week the club will not break the bank to sign players, knows Arsenal need to go one better this time around.“We need to win the major titles, and we feel that pressure every day,” he told the New York Times.“And so for us, there is a sense of disappointment and frustration that last season we finished in second place. Second place isn’t what we’re aiming for. We’re aiming to win it.“Achieving consistency provides us with the opportunity to compete at that level and try to win it every year, and that’s obviously a good thing.“But that’s not our objective. Our objective is to win the major trophies, and to put the club in a position where it can consistently compete for the major trophies. And I would add, very importantly for us, to do it in a way that’s consistent with our club values.” Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis last_img read more


first_imgCROOK: FRANCOISExclusive: A FRENCH crook who swindled Donegal investors out of millions of euro is facing new charges in France, Donegal Daily can reveal.Francois de Dietrich, the fraudster behind a multi-million pound investment scam run from an office in Ballybofey, has been charged with a range of fraud offences in Paris. French fraud squad detectives HAVE charged him with stealing money from people in France – including members of his own family.Crooked de Dietrich ran a so-called Ponzi scheme in Donegal, telling big fat lies to investors by claiming he was putting their money into sure-fire investments.He hood-winked victims by giving them initial returns of up to 60 per cent so they would come back with more money.Instead Francois pocketed the cash, using some of it to set up a failed French restaurant in Letterkenny.He even sponsored rugby events in Derry and Letterkenny to eye up more victims.A number of Donegal people who became associates also got rich from the scam.Now Francois is in custody in France, victims here might finally see some justice.An international arrest warrant has been issued after he failed to disclose his worldwide assets at a court case two years ago. He is wanted both in Donegal and by the authorities in Belfast.Dozens of people on both sides of the border lost millions of euro in “investments”.Court proceedings launched by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) after a Donegal Daily investigation. This led to an injunction banning de Dietrich and his Ballybofey company, ETIC Solutions, from taking any more deposits.The businessman was last seen in France after being located by a crew from BBC’s programme which followed up our exclusive revelations.REVEALED: FRENCH FRAUDSTER FRANCOIS QUIZZED BY POLICE OVER NEW CON was last modified: November 30th, 2015 by John2Share 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:crookFrancois de Dietrichfraudsterlast_img read more

Volleyball Falls At Missouri State, 3-1

first_img SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Drake University volleyball team was held to just .103 hitting in a four-set loss at Missouri State Saturday, Oct. 5, evening.Missouri State prevailed by set scores of 25-23, 18-25, 25-18, 25-17, to collect its first conference win of the season and send the Bulldogs to 1-4 in the league standings.Junior Emily Plock led the Bulldogs with 10 kills on a night in which Drake (7-11, 1-4 MVC) registered just 31 kills in four sets with 18 errors. Paige Aspinwall directed the offense with 27 of the team’s 29 assists. Kylee Macke and Madi Ford both registered double-figures in digs with 14 and 10, respectively.Missouri State (4-14, 1-3 MVC) was led by 15 kills from Laynie Dake and 11 kills from Amelia Flynn. The Bulldogs return home next weekend for a weekend series against Illinois State and Bradley. The two-game homestand begins Friday night at 6 p.m. against Bradley in the Knapp Center. Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats ESPN+ Illinois State 10/11/2019 – 6 p.m. Watch Live Box Score (PDF) center_img Next Game: Full Schedule Roster Print Friendly Version Story Linkslast_img read more


first_imgSt. Eunan’s GAA Club and the Sports Science Dept. at LYIT have entered into a partnership that will benefit both groups in the coming months and years.On Wednesday, the first two groups from the club, the U16 and Minor Boys footballers were put through their paces by the LYIT Sports Science staff and students with a Functional Movement Screening for each player.The screen will identify each players strengths and weaknesses with regards to agility, balance and co-ordination and the payers will then be given an individual programme to work to work to improve their techniques before being reassessed in 6 weeks’ time. Together with the new GAA Activate warm-up the St. Eunan’s club hope that this new partnership will lead to both injury prevention and also improved performance.Club coaching Officer Jim Clarke was at the forefront of this new initiative along with Head of Sports science, Dr. Lynn Ramsey and Ronan Doherty (Sports Science Lecturer).“We have been very impressed with the Sports Science now on offer here in Letterkenny at LYIT,” said Jim.“Sports Science now plays a huge part in preparing players and teams to get the best out of themselves performance wise and also through injury prevention. Obviously injuries cannot be avoided altogether but with the aid of science we can ensure we get players properly rehabbed and back on the playing fields quicker and in better condition. “The players will have to take on board their individual programme themselves as when they are reassessed it will very obvious who has or hasn’t done the work” Jim enthused.“This new relationship will work both ways as these students will have players that they can use for real data for their course work and projects and hopefully the club benefits both physically and mentally with better educated players who know what work is required to maximise their potential.“We will be rolling out the Functional Movement Screening with other teams through the course of the year and we are very excited to use the expertise that now exists in LYIT in a mutually beneficial partnership that we hope will last for many years to come,” he concluded.LYIT SPORTS SCIENCE EXPERTS SET TO HELP ST EUNAN’S PLAYERS IN UNIQUE PROGRAMME was last modified: February 27th, 2014 by John2Share 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:LYITsports sciencest eunanSt Eunan’s GAA clublast_img read more


first_imgMusic lovers are invited to join award-winning cellist Leonard Elschenbroich, one of the most charismatic musicians of his generation, in an evening of masterpieces for solo cello at the Regional Cultural Centre tonight.This young German cellist is to present an intriguing programme of music with which he has a deep affinity and will interweave his playing with anecdotes and stories of personal connections to the pieces.Chosen as a BBC New Generation Artist in 2012, Elschenbroich has won a slew of awards and performed at many of the world’s most prestigious venues, including the Albert Hall, the Auditorium du Louvre and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and has also appeared at festivals throughout the world with artists such as Gidon Kremer, the Sitkovetsky Trio and the Piano Trio he formed with Alexei Grynyuk and Nicola Benedetti. This award-winning musician also advocates widening the appeal of classical music to more young people and said artists should play more concerts in schools.Speaking in a recent interview, he said: “Classical music is basically “slower” than the pace of our time in this century. That’s the real problem.“Of course there will have to be innovative programming, concert halls that are less stuffy and less intimidating, concert clothes and advertisement and a public image that fits our time, and all that is changing and is going to be fine. But the basic conflict of pace is a really tough one.“One thing I do is to meet school children before concerts. Almost every time I play a concerto, I talk to a group of children and play for them and let them play my Cello a little. Breaking down the barriers and accustoming children with the material is the foundation. But I really believe that children need to be taught to listen. It was the hardest thing for me when I was little, going to concerts several times a week with my mother.” Lauded for his gorgeous tone and wonderfully expressive playing, he has already been invited to perform with a number of eminent conductors, including Dmitri Kitajenko, Manfred Honeck and Christoph Eschenbach, who praised his “depth, expressivity, charisma and perfection” after a spell-binding duet with Anne-Sophie Mutter.Programme includes: Bach – Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007; Hindemith – Solo Sonata, Op. 25, No. 3; Piatti – 12 Caprices, Op. 25 (No. 7. Maestoso, No. 11. Adagio – Allegro); Tavener – Threnos; Lombardi – Essay 3MY CELLO, MY VOICE WITH LEONARD ELSCHENBROICH, SOLO CELLO,Tickets are still available through RCC box office at 0749120777 WORLD-RENOWNED CELLIST LEONARD ELSCHENBROICH SET TO DAZZLE DONEGAL TONIGHT was last modified: November 28th, 2014 by John2Share 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:Leonard ElschenbroichletterkennyRegional Cultural Centrelast_img read more