GBTI launches “Celebrate in Style” Christmas Loan Promotion

first_imgThe Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) has launched an enticing Christmas Loan Promotion that will see lucky customers winning trips to Trinidad, local tourism destinations and a stay at the Marriott Hotel in Georgetown.Staff members of GBTI during the launchCustomers who qualify for any loan of $250,000 and more automatically enter for a chance to win one of the three fabulous prizes along with a Visa Credit Card.At GBTI, staff members understand the needs of the Guyanese populace and they know that every Guyanese loves to enjoy a good Guyanese Christmas.Hence, the Christmas Loan offer is designed not only to ensure that customers and potential customers have a good Guyanese Christmas but to do so in style.“Whether you want to spruce up your home, buy a new home, car or special gifts for your loved ones for the holidays, GBTI is here to make it easy for you to do so,” the Bank stated in a release.The promotion runs from October to December 31, 2018 and can be accessed at any GBTI branch across the country.last_img read more

Dafabet offer accumulator bets for international break

first_img0Shares0000The specials cover all qualifiers from the various continents and markets with their odds spreading from 8.3 to 140 odds.NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 31 – Ahead of the international break, Dafabet has prepared four special accumulator bets to entice punters with great values.With catchy names, such as: United Windom, Fearsome Four, Bore Bore Draw and ZISS Is It, the specials cover all qualifiers from the various continents and markets with their odds spreading from 8.3 to 140 odds. The bets are available on web, SMS and in store under the specials section.Asked about the thinking behind the specials, Bruce Tierney, Trading Executive said: “The break has reduced the amount of games persons can play on, we are committed to giving customers value.”Punters can expect more specials in the coming weeks.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Transfer Spotlight: Liverpool’s summer spree continues with ‘bid’ for this Italy ace

first_img1 Italy Under-21 defender Davide Zappacosta Liverpool have stunned supporters with a flurry of early transfer activity, and the Reds are targeting another defensive signing in Italian starlet Davide Zappacosta.It is understood Nathaniel Clyne’s imminent Anfield arrival will soon be finalised, and Brendan Rodgers is keen to provide further back-up at right-back, with Glen Johnson leaving, Jon Flanagan injured and Javier Manquillo coming into the final year of his loan from Atletico Madrid.talkSPORT’s Transfer Spotlight takes a look at the youngster Rodgers may look to…Name: Davide ZappacostaDate of birth: June 11 1992Birthplace: Sora, ItalyPosition: Full-backClub: AtalantaWhat’s the latest?Liverpool sent scouts to watch Zappacosta, as Rodgers looks to strengthen his defensive options and provide competition for Clyne. The Reds have reportedly been monitoring the 23-year-old for over a year. He impressed with a series of fine performances in Italy’s European Under-21 Championship campaign, though the Azzurri exited at the group stage. Tottenham, Torino and Fiorentina are also rumoured to be interested in the defender, who scored three goals in 29 appearances for Atalanta last season. Newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport claims Liverpool have made a bid for Zappacosta.Did you know?1) He began his career at six years of age for hometown club Sora as a forward.2) He joined Atalanta in 2011 but spent the next three seasons on loan at Serie B outfit Avellino, where he moved to the wing and later his preferred full-back position before rejoining his parent club, signing a four-year contract in June 2014.3) He scored his first senior Atalanta goal in January 2015, finding the net to seal a 2-2 draw with Serie A rivals Genoa.4) He scored another goal in their 1-1 draw with Chievo and later netted again against Fiorentina, though it could not stop his side slumping to a 3-2 defeat. The points his goals secured proved vital as the side narrowly avoided relegation.5) Hearing of the Liverpool rumours, Zappacosta admitted it would be a “dream come true to play in the Premier League”, and that he “feels ready for an experience abroad” and wants to “challenge [himself] at the top level”.6) Zappacosta has been described as a “big Napoli fan” by his agent. When the defender was linked with the Italian side earlier this year, his agent admitted he would “do anything to join Napoli, even if it meant playing in goal!”Video evidence:last_img read more

Manning, Colts look rusty in loss

first_img Panthers Pro Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers was also forced out in the fourth quarter with a shoulder injury. Peppers is expected to play against the Seahawks next week. Alexander may be ready Mike Holmgren said Saun Alexander was “wobbly” and “got dinged around pretty good,” but he is optimistic the NFL rushing champion will be ready to play in the NFC title game Sunday against Carolina. “Obviously, we have an extra day, which is good,” Holmgren said of the seven days between games. “(The doctors) seem to think that he’s going to be fine for next week.” Alexander will undergo more tests to ensure the injury isn’t more extensive than first believed. The league doesn’t require the Seahawks to give an official status on Alexander until Wednesday, when the first injury report is due. But Pro Bowl fullback Mack Strong already has an assessment on Alexander’s return. “No doubt, we have to get No. 37 back,” Strong said. “Whatever we have to do, (we have) to find a way to get him back and healthy in the lineup and ready to play next week.” First and inches The New York Jets interviewed Patriots defensive coordinator Eric Mangini on Sunday night for their vacant head coaching job. The New York staff will interview former Vikings coach Mike Tice today. Jeff Jagodzinski is returning to his home state as Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator. He worked with new Packers coach Mike McCarthy in Green Bay in 1999. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Peyton Manning couldn’t get comfortable against the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense Sunday. Then he had to squirm through the latest round of questions about another playoff failure. “All I know is to keep working, to come back next year and be a better quarterback, a better leader,” he said. “You get tired of saying that after every playoff loss because pretty soon, you start running out of years.” Indianapolis looked rusty, particularly Manning, who started out 0 for 4 and 2 for 9. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “I said before that we practiced well (during the bye week),” Dungy said. “We played hard and gave ourselves a chance but didn’t make enough plays at the end. They played better than we did.” Steelers coach Bill Cowher also defended Dungy’s strategy. “You fight for that bye to rest your players,” he said. “I’d have done the same thing.” Ailing Panthers Carolina running back DeShaun Foster broke his right ankle in the third quarter Sunday against the Chicago Bears, ending his season before the Panthers go to Seattle next week to play for the NFC championship. center_img By the time he heated up midway through the second quarter, the Colts were down, 14-0. They would never catch up. Coach Tony Dungy dismissed the layoff as a contributing factor in the defeat. last_img read more

AISTEOIRÍ GHAOTH DOBHAIR TO PERFORM ‘LE BÁNÚ AN LAE’ THIS SUNDAY

first_imgAs part of Errigal Arts Fesival, Aisteoirí Ghaoth Dobhair will perform a play entitled ‘Le Bánú an Lae’ in An Grianán Theatre, Letterkenny, on Sunday the 10th July at 8pm.This three-act-play, written by Tomás ‘Ac Giolla Bhrighde, is set during the time of the War of Independence in Ireland. Robert Munro, an Anglo-Irish landlord (and Parnellite) has to re-evaluate his loyalties when confronted with the unexpected arrival of an unwelcome visitor forcing him to face the harsh realities of the War.This 3 act play, as Gaeilge, focuses on the political and social upheaval of the time. It reflects on the impact that Parnell, the 1916 Rising and the Great War had on Ireland and her people. Aisteoirí Ghaoth Dobhair have embarked on an ambitious campaign to refurbish their historic local theatre facility, presenting a variety of art forms in the medium of the Irish language. The committee have recently secured state funding of €480,000 towards a total project cost of €600,000.Foireann;ROIBEARD MUNRO: Séan Ó GallchóirMAJOR RICHARD: Dónall Ó CnaimhsíSÉAN: Séan Ó MaolagáinMÁIRE: Máire Eirini IoannidisEILIS: Bernadette Ní DhuibhirDAPHNE MUNRO: Áine Ní Bhreisleain JOHNNIE MUNRO: Colm Mac Giolla EasbuicIKE O CEALLAIGH: Manus Ó DuibhirFEAR AN IRA: Aodán Ó CearbhaillFEAR AN PHOSTA: Cathal Ó Fearraigh SEARLUS: Liam Ó CnaimhsíFoireann stáitse;Léiritheoir :- Aisteoirí Ghaoth DobhairStiúrthóir :- Eoghan Mac Giolla BhrighdeStiúrthóir Cúnta :- Suzanne Ní Gallachóir & Pól mac CumhailFeistiú/ Props:- Maighread Ní DhubhgainTógálaithe Set :- Séan Ó Duibhir/ Manus Ó DomhnaillSoilse :- Cathal Ó GallchóirFuaim:- Niall HackettIf you would like to help raise the remaining funds or find out more, visit www.amharclann.com or email eolas@amharclann.comAISTEOIRÍ GHAOTH DOBHAIR TO PERFORM ‘LE BÁNÚ AN LAE’ THIS SUNDAY was last modified: July 7th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:aisteoirí ghaoth dobhairAn Grianan Theatrele bánú an laeletterkennytomás ‘ac giolla bhrighdelast_img read more