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first_img“My son is my best competition. The tables have turned and now I’m learning from him,” said Hunt, especially proud to see Mitchell race his way into the Big Dance two years ago. “I’m going to give it my best this week. I know we’re going to be up against the best of the best . We’re going to see what happens.” A Michigan driver who made a long-awaited return to victory lane last weekend hopes to see his new streak continue this week at Boone Speedway. Jerry Hunt Jerry Hunt earned the IMCA Modified win at Thunderbird Raceway over the weekend, along with $1,000 and a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth. He made the tow to Super Nationals with son Mitchell, a third generation driver who was elected to start the upcoming version of that race.  Hunt was retired for more than three years before getting back on the track during the Fourth of July Weekend in a GRT by S & S Motorsports ride bought from Shawn Bearce.last_img read more

first_imgAn agreement for the importation of cheap natural gas from Venezuela was signed on Saturday between T&T Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The terms of agreement was between the National Gas Company (NGC), the Venezuelan NGC, Shell and the Venezuelan state-owned oil and natural gas company, Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (Petroleum of Venezuela).Secure source of gas“We may have been able to save our industry by getting a secure source of gas for the downstream sector. It may over time also allow us to look at the expansion of the downstream sector and investments there, as long as we can show investors we have a secured stream of gas,” Rowley told journalists on the flight back from Venezuela.He also revealed that the NGC has been able to negotiate a tranche of gas for power generation at an even lower price than the rest of the gas to be used by the petrochemical sector.Oil pipeline to be builtRowley said the pipeline carrying the gas from Venezuela’s Dragon Gas field in Eastern Venezuela to Shell’s Hibiscus platform off the North Coast will be built and owned in a joint venture between the NGC and Shell Trinidad.The estimated cost of the construction of the pipeline is over TT$1 billion (One TT dollar =US$0.16 cents).During the signing Rowley and Maduro acknowledged that the agreement had come a year and a half after they signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the project.The Dragon field is located within Venezuela’s maritime territory, just off the north-west coast of Trinidad. It is close to the Hibiscus platform, jointly owned by the Trinidad and Tobago government and Shell.Shell is also the operator of Dragon. The deal will hopefully see Venezuelan gas from Dragon transported to Hibiscus and then to Point Fortin, where Atlantic will turn it into liquefied natural gas (LNG).Shell is also the helping the Trinidad and Tobago government develop and process gas from Loran-Manatee, which is off the south-east coast of Trinidad, and spans the maritime borders of Venezuela and Trinidad and Tobago.The Loran-Manatee field has an estimated 10.25 trillion cubic feet of gas of which roughly 74 per cent belongs to Venezuela with 26 per cent belonging to Trinidad and Tobago.last_img read more

first_imgSt Michael’s have set-up a semi-final clash with St Eunan’s after their Donegal SFC quarter-final victory over Dungloe.St Michael’s have booked their place in the Donegal SFC semi-final after defeating Dungloe at Mac Cumhaill Park this evening.Tony Wilkinson’s side have now set-up a mouth-watering clash with St Eunan’s in the last four of the Donegal SFC.Maxi Curran’s St Eunan’s side booked their semi-final place following a comfortable victory over Four Masters last night. St.Michael’s employed the ultra defensive strategy they’ve used all year, and again, like it did against Kilcar a fortnight ago, it worked to great effect.Dungloe struggled to break down the St Michael’s defence, who flooded their own half-back line with players, regularly getting thirteen men behind the ball.That defensive formation is ultimately implemented to frustrate their opponents, and that’s what it did to Dungloe, who were forced to attempt scores from distance.Dungloe also played a number of diagonal balls inside to forwards Conor Greene and Adrian Sweeney, but they couldn’t hold on to possession as they were simply outnumbered by the mass St Michael’s defence. Dungloe faced an uphill battle right from the start, after the concession of a goal in the first minute of the match.Good play from Christy Toye released Andrew Kelly who then set up Brian McLaughlin who fisted home past Ciaran Sharkey.Christy Toye then added a good score from play to extend St Michael’s lead.Adrian Sweeney opened Dungloe’s account with a fine free, before Colm McFadden scored his first point.Adrian Hanlon then fired over two great scores within a minute, both coming from play which brought Dungloe back into the game. However, a brace of points from Colm McFadden, Michael McGinley, and a great 45 from goalkeeper Marc Anthony McGinley put St Michael’s in a commanding position.Dungloe fought back again though, and hit back with two good points from Shaun Sharkey, before McFadden added another score just before half-time.Half-time score St Michael’s 1-06 Dungloe 0-05 St Michael’s continued to frustrate Dungloe in the second-half, and turned them over in possession on numerous occasions. Then they counter attacked at great pace, and reeled off three points in the opening ten minutes to put them seven ahead.Dungloe refused to give in and Adrian Hanlon kept them in touch with a couple of well-taken frees.Dungloe then had a great goal opportunity, when a free from Adrian Sweeney dropped short and Noel McBride was on hand to punch it towards goal, it beat goalkeeper Marc Anthony McGinley but it was then cleared off the line.Dungloe really needed a goal to get back in the game, and that was there opportunity, but unfortunately for Tony Boyle’s side they weren’t able to convert it.St Michael’s were clever and economic in possession in the last fifteen minutes, and added a couple of points to put real daylight between the sides.Adrian Hanlon and Barry Curran scored late-on for Dungloe to bring it back to six, and that’s how it ended.Final score St Michael’s 1-13 Dungloe 0-10Next up for St Michael’s is an enthralling semi-final clash with St Eunan’s next weekend.Glenswilly will face the winners of Ardara and Naomh Conaill who meet in a replay on Wednesday night.DONEGAL SFC: ST MICHAEL’S DEFEAT DUNGLOE TO SET-UP MOUTH-WATERING SEMI-FINAL CLASH WITH ST EUNAN’S was last modified: October 19th, 2014 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:Donegal SFCDonegal SFC quarter-finaldungloeGAAnewsSportSt Michaelslast_img read more