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Father of 9 Month-old Flees after Being Accused of Rape

first_imgSusan Kamara, who gave birth to her only child at the young age of 15, is committing the most hardhearted act: she is refusing to take care of her baby.Susan says she is unaware where the father of her 9-month-old son is and that’s because he was driven away when Susan’s pregnancy came to light.“My community ran his father away because they said he had raped me, but since he left, the same community people have turned their backs on me and this baby,” she added.Never acknowledging the child by name, nor holding him when he is in need of care, Susan says it’s not her duty to care for a child whose father has been chased away.“I don’t have any feeling for the child, at least not now. When I was pregnant with him, I did a lot of singing to him because I liked him deeply then. I guess now I realize that life is hard already and now I have to take care of a child too,” she added.According to relatives living in the yard, whenever Susan’s child Anthony moans with hunger and is given food by family members, Susan throws a fit of anger.“She doesn’t want anyone helping her with this baby and it’s sorrowful. Everyday we all want to take the child and hide him from his mother, but Susan can’t give us a chance,” lamented Ma Dabbah, the child’s aunt.Our reporter saw Anthony sitting stiffly on the ground in silence in front of an apparently empty house. He seemed hungry. When asked where the child spends his entire day, his mother says he sits on the ground in the same spot everyday, crying.“He was a sickly child and is unable to crawl or anything like that now. Plus, I took him off breast milk when he was 5 months old. I just don’t want to waste my time. I already told my people they can have the baby, but they shouldn’t carry him away.  He should always be where I can see him,” Susan added.Dressed in a skirt that was too small and wearing a shirt that exposed her breast cleavage, Susan says she knows that she is not a good mother because she’s not ready to take care of children.“For now, I have no (other) children.  I’m only letting him stay here because I know maybe one day his father will come back and he needs to know that his son is still alive. I don’t care what people are saying behind me, but none of them are helping me.  So, let the boy sit down there. He’ll be able to walk away one day,” she added.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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MURDER ACCUSED BAIL BID ADJOURNED

first_imgSamuel Clarke at a previous court sitting. Pic by Northwest Newspics.A JUDGE has adjourned a bail application from a murder suspect to allow bank account details of his son to be investigated.Samuel James Clarke, (52) of Magherane, Raphoe was charged in January this year with the murder of Mr Seamus Doherty, (67), in Drumnacoo near Churchill in June 2012. He had been granted bail in the High Court subject to signing on at a garda station twice a day and that an independent surety of €30,000 be provided, €10,000 of that in cash.Edwin Clarke, with an address at Galdonagh, Manorcunningham, and son of Mr Clarke today applied to Judge Paul Kelly at Letterkenny District Court to provide the surety.He admitted under cross-examination by Garda Inspector Goretti Sheridan that he “probably” wasn’t an independent witness.Peter Nolan, barrister for Samuel James Clarke, told Judge Kelly that 90 per cent of sureties in bail applications did come from family members.However Inspector Sheridan said gardaí are not satisfied it is an independent surety and believe Edwin Clarke could be using funds from his father’s farm business to provide the monies.Judge Kelly questioned Edwin Clarke about his bank account details. The judge said he wanted to see Edwin Clarke’s business accounts for 2014 and 2015 as well as details of loans taken out by Edwin Clarke in May and June of this year.Inspector Sheridan said gardaí had opposed the original bail application believing Samuel Clark was a flight risk and they feared possible interference with witnesses.She said the State is concerned that monies coming into Edwin’s accounts were coming through his father’s farm and his father’s cattle.She said a previous case before the courts had ruled that monies provided in a case by a woman for her son had actually come from the son, the accused in the case.Judge Kelly adjourned the case until next Monday, June 27, to allow the accounts of Edwin Clarke to be produced and also the registered herd numbers for Edwin Clarke’s farm and his father’s farm.MURDER ACCUSED BAIL BID ADJOURNED was last modified: June 20th, 2016 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:bail applicationdonegalmurder chargeSamuel James Clarkelast_img read more

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Brownlee on Rice 3rd quarter: ‘He was unstoppable’

first_imgRead Next Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa The 26-year-old Rice hit six 3-pointers and at one point made four straight triples in a pivotal point in the third quarter, where TNT blew the game wide open.“Man, that dude, he was unstoppable in the third quarter,” said Ginebra import Justin Brownlee.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBrownlee said the Kings had a defensive game plan laid out for Rice and it was to force the former Washington Wizard to shoot from the outside rather than make him put the ball on the floor and drive.But Rice had the hot hand and when he started knocking down 3-pointer after 3-pointer, Ginebra didn’t have any answers for him. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PBA IMAGESGlen Rice Jr. put on a shooting clinic and Barangay Ginebra couldn’t do anything but watch.Rice, the hot-shooting TNT import torched the Gin Kings with a game-high 36 points to lead the KaTropa to a 121-92 rout Saturday night.ADVERTISEMENT View comments BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight LATEST STORIEScenter_img E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  Ravena anchors 1-1 start for Chooks-To-Go Pilipinas Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  MOST READ He had 18 points alone in the third period.“I knew what type of player he was. We had a certain way we wanted to guard him. We knew him driving to the basket would hurt our defense. Of course, we didn’t want to give up that many threes, but he made a lot of three-point shots and made it tough for us,” Brownlee, who topscored for the Kings with 28 points, said.TNT clinched the first top four slot and Rice thinks the best is yet to come for the KaTropa.“I think we’re just getting better and better. The longer we play together, really the better we gonna get. I just feel that we are where we wanna be. We’re playing some of our best basketball until the end of season.”ADVERTISEMENT Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF presidentlast_img read more

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No love lost between TNT, San Miguel

first_imgLacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:33Leo Austria, SMB wary of ‘more experienced’ Hotshots ahead of PBA Finals rematch01:30’Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress MOST READ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netThere was no love lost between rivals San Miguel Beer and TNT as they figured in a highly-physical, drama-filled duel made for the playoffs, if not in a finals setting.At the center of it all was Beermen guard Chris Ross, who drew the ire of TNT’s Michael Craig Jr., Roger Pogoy and Ranidel de Ocampo throughout Wednesday night’s game.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games Magic Johnson wants Jordan Clarkson to win NBA 6th Man award next season “I told him that he’s a really good player, don’t get involved in anything else just play the game the right way,” Ross said of Pogoy. “You’re representing the country with Gilas, you’re there for a reason. He’s a very talented player so that’s what I told him and he’s young in the league and he’ll be in this league for a long time and you gonna get better.”Meanwhile, Ross understood where Craig, who struggled offensively but still had a solid game with 16 points and 18 rebounds, was coming from being as competitive as him.“He’s a good player, man. He’s a big boy, he’s a great passer, but I think the more he gets used to his team the more he gets better. He’s a competitor so I’m a competitor too.”ADVERTISEMENT FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ The matchup was a rematch of last conference’s championship series won by San Miguel in six games and the two teams picked up where they left off.“It’s the first time we play those guys in the last three weeks, last month or something. Obviously, it was for bigger stakes last month, but there were a lot of emotions in this game,” said Ross, who collected five points, eight rebounds and 10 assists to help San Miguel fend off TNT, 97-91.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsDespite his dustups with Pogoy and Craig, Ross had nothing but praise for the two after the game.As a veteran and many-time champion, Ross also offered advice for the 25-year-old Pogoy, who is only in his first year in the league. LATEST STORIES View commentslast_img read more

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The Latest Environmentalist blasts new pesticide guidelines

first_imgLOS ANGELES — The Latest on California’s recommended new restrictions on a widely used pesticide blamed for harming the brains of babies.(all times local):11:15 a.m.An environmental group is blasting new recommendations by California regulators to curb a widely used pesticide blamed for harming the brains of babies.The Pesticide Action Network says the state’s recommended rules for chlorpyrifos (klohr-PY’-rih-fohs) are voluntary and have no weight behind them.Spokesman Paul Towers says the state is passing the buck to local officials when it should take the pesticide off the market.The Dow Chemical Co. pesticide currently used on about 60 different crops — including grapes, almonds and oranges — has increasingly come under fire from regulators, lawmakers and courts.The state’s action is a temporary measure while it works to draw up regulations limiting use of the chemical. Those regulations may not be in place for more than two years.___9:31 a.m.California regulators are recommending new restrictions on a widely used pesticide blamed for harming babies’ brains.The Department of Pesticide Regulation is issuing temporary guidelines Thursday for chlorpyrifos (klohr-PY’-rih-fohs) while it considers long-term regulations.The department is calling for a ban on using the chemical in crop dusting, discontinuing its use on most crops and increasing buffer zones around where it’s applied.The pesticide is currently used on about 60 different crops, including grapes, almonds and oranges.The action comes as the Dow Chemical Co. pesticide is increasingly under fire.A federal appeals court in August ruled the Trump administration endangered public health by keeping the pesticide on the market despite extensive evidence showing harm to babies.Hawaii passed legislation in June to ban its use.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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Fiat Chrysler reaches settlement in emissions cheating cases

first_imgWASHINGTON — Fiat Chrysler will pay a $305 million fine to the U.S. government over emissions cheating allegations.The settlement was announced Thursday by the Justice Department and the Environmental Protection Agency.The Italian-American automaker separately agreed to pay $19 million to California. The company will also pay $280 million to settle lawsuits brought by vehicle owners.Authorities say more than 100,00 vehicles were equipped with diesel engines programmed to run pollution controls during lab tests that would turn off under certain conditions on the road.The settlement requires the company to start a recall to repair the Jeep SUVs and Ram pickup trucks made between 2014 and 2016.Fiat Chrysler says it didn’t deliberately install devices to cheat emissions tests. The company didn’t admit wrongdoing in the settlement.Michael Balsamo And Tom Krisher, The Associated Presslast_img read more

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If you can make it here youll make it anywhere Ban tells

Secretary-General Ban shows off his metro card. At left is Yukio Takasu, UN Under-Secretary-General for Management. UN Photo/Mark Garten While taking the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s (MTA) number 6 underground train to meet with Mayor Bill de Blasio, Secretary-General Ban is greeted by a fellow passenger. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon exchanges gift with Mayor Bill de Blasio at City Hall. UN Photo/Mark Garten “Big cities like New York generate and create some problems, but at this home of innovation, we can find solutions from this great city,” declared the UN chief following a meeting with Mayor de Blasio this afternoon at City Hall in downtown Manhattan.The Secretary-General welcomed the Mayors’ pledge for making New York a “green” city and also his framework for sustainable cities, which Mr. Ban flagged as a “very important innovative initiative.”With these and other measures in mind, Mr. Ban said he has invited Mayor de Blasio to the UN climate change summit, which will be held at Headquarters on 23 September. “I hope you will bring your ambitious visions for climate change to the Member States, so that the many cities around the world can emulate your leadership and vision,” he told the city’s top political official.“And I really appreciate your initiative in organizing New York Climate Week,” continued Mr. Ban, pledging to participate during the event.He went on to say that he and the Mayor, who assumed his post on 1 January 2014, had discussed a host of other issues, including, how large cities and the wider United Nations can work on emergency preparedness and also on reducing risks from disasters. On his way to meet with Mayor Bill de Blasio on the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s (MTA) number 6 underground train, Secretary-General Ban takes time out to sign an autograph. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meets with Mayor Bill de Blasio at City Hall. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meets with Mayor Bill de Blasio at City Hall. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meets with Mayor Bill de Blasio and other New York City officials, at City Hall. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon exchanges gift with Mayor Bill de Blasio at City Hall. UN Photo/Mark Garten ‹ › “I’m very glad that the Office of Emergency Management of New York City and the United Nations Emergency Preparedness Support Team have already been working very closely on this matter,” said the Secretary-General adding that the UN has also tried to be helpful with post Super Storm Sandy recovery.Mr. Ban said the United Nations draws great inspiration from its home in New York. “UN staff love living here because like New Yorkers, they are wonderfully diverse. New York is the city that never sleeps; the United Nations works around the clock, around the world, to address global challenges.”Looking beyond Manhattan’s famed skyline, the UN chief said that at a time of “test and transformation for the entire world” the UN is working to end the bloodshed in Syria, Central African Republic, South Sudan, Mali and Libya, and also working very hard to help de-escalate tension in Ukraine.“This is something which we have discussed during our meeting and you can count on us. At the same time, we count on the [United States] US leadership of President Barack Obama and other world leaders on these matters,” said Mr. Ban, expressing determination to deepen global foundations of peace and security through our efforts to advance development, create decent jobs and protect human rights.“I know these are among the hopes and hallmarks of your new administration,” he told Mayor de Blasio, adding that success in New York can send a powerful message around the world because you are a centre for economy, social development and innovation. “You know the famous saying: if you can make it here, you’ll make it anywhere,” declared Mr. Ban. read more

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Legendary singer will sing from the heart

The legendary Mavis Staples is coming to the Centre for the Arts.She’s won a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. She’s been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And at 72, Mavis Staples just keeps on going.With a career spanning more than five decades, the venerable rhythm and blues singer has released 13 albums and 16 singles. It’s a serviceable resume for any musician, but Staples, a gospel and blues legend, is not about to quit.“I’m dedicated to singing,” she says in a phone interview from her Chicago home. “My voice is a God-given gift, and I can’t abuse a blessing.”Staples will appear at the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre on Jan. 25 in one of about eight Canadian stops. Ten days earlier, she’ll perform in Oakland, Calif. for a 10th annual tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.The constant touring is a joy for Staples. She’s been playing gigs largely non-stop since her latest album You Are Not Alone was released in 2010, fitting in appearances on shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Late Show with David Letterman.“Earlier this year, we were coming home for two days, changing luggage and leaving again,” she said. “We’ve never traveled that much in one year.”Staples started singing professionally in 1952 with her family group, the Staples Singers. Doing songs that ranged from gospel to mainstream pop, the group released albums on a number of labels, including Epic and Stax Records. Their hits included “Respect Yourself” and “I’ll Take You There.”Staples has received multiple accolades since then. She’s been named one of Rolling Stone’s greatest singers of all time. June 19, 2007 was officially Mavis Staples Day in Illinois in honour of her career and lifelong dedication to civil rights. June 12, 2005 was Mavis Staples Day in Chicago. She’s done a duet with Bob Dylan (2003’s Grammy-nominated “Gotta Change My Way of Thinking”). Last year, she won a Grammy for best Americana album.Staples never grows bored of her career. She continues to be inspired by new audiences and new artists, she says. Her most recent favourite is British singer Adele, who she met recently in the UK. The young singer, couldn’t believe the gospel legend had heard of her.“My sister had to tell her, ‘Mavis never goes out and buys a CD, but she went out and bought yours,’” she says.Staples’ philosophy is to be as joyous as possible. She hopes Centre for the Arts patrons at her show feel uplifted.“So many people are having a really hard time today,” she says. “I want to make them feel so good, they feel it for the next six months.”She recalls at time performing as a young singer in New York City and following a group that had worn costumes and jumped around. When Staples took the stage, she tried to emulate them.“My father took me aside and said, ‘What are you doing?’” she recalls. “‘You’re singing God’s music. You don’t need gimmicks. What comes from the heart goes to the heart. Sing from the heart and you’ll get through to people.’ And every time I go onstage now, that’s what I do.”When: Wednesday, Jan. 25, 7:30 p.m.Where: Sean O’Sullivan TheatreCost: $55To order: 905-688-5550 x3257 read more

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Football Dwayne Haskins cements his place in Ohio State history

Ohio State redshirt sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins (7) gets ready for the play during the second half of the game against Michigan on Nov. 24. Ohio State won 62-39. Credit: Amal Saeed | Assistant Photo EditorAs Ohio State redshirt sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins took the field against Michigan on Saturday, he knew what to expect. He had faced the Wolverines before, leading the Buckeyes to 17 unanswered points and a 31-20 victory in Ann Arbor in 2017. That part of the story is well-documented, laying the groundwork for the beginning of the Haskins era at Ohio State. But head coach Urban Meyer saw something from the then-redshirt freshman a week prior. With a 38-0 lead against Illinois on Nov. 18, 2017, Haskins got the call to come into the game with about six minutes left in the first half. After handing the ball off to then-freshman running back J.K. Dobbins for 12 yards, Haskins dropped back and was sacked for 12 yards. His first drive in the second half was not much better, fumbling the ball and watching Illinois defensive back Ahmari Hayes return it 54 yards for the score.In the middle of the pouring rain, Haskins faced adversity for the first time, something that, in Meyer’s opinion, was vital to his success against Michigan the following week.“He was filling his toolbox,” Meyer said. “Because he certainly would not, in my opinion, would not have been able to do that in the rivalry game last year. And obviously the way he’s been playing, it’s just constant experience and filling the toolbox.” From that moment on, Meyer said Haskins has been “filling his toolbox” consistently, finding his place as starting quarterback at Ohio State.Saturday, in his second Michigan game and his first as the starting quarterback, Haskins showed that his toolbox could be full.Facing the No. 1 pass defense in the country, Haskins completed 20-of-31 pass attempts for 396 yards, tying his career high with six passing touchdowns. He also broke the single-season Big Ten records for touchdown passes (41) and passing yards (4,003). With these numbers brings a level of confidence that the starting quarterback showed after the 62-39 win on Saturday. “I’m not done yet, but I want to be one of the best to ever do it when I get done playing here at this university,” Haskins said. With each pass he throws, each touchdown he scores, Haskins has placed himself, statistically, as one of the best quarterbacks Ohio State has ever had. He holds the Ohio State single-season records for six different categories, including total offense (4,130). He is 142 yards away from breaking former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson’s Big Ten record set in 2010. One of three wide-receiver captains, redshirt senior Terry McLaurin is considered one of the main vocal leaders for the offense.However, over the course of the season, through what he considered as ups and downs against then-No. 15 TCU and a road win against then-No. 12 Penn State, McLaurin watched as a quarterback with tremendous throwing ability turned into the leader that the position needs.“He has always had the physical talent, never questioned that,” McLaurin said. “But to see him be more vocal and take charge of our offense and our team is what you want to see going down the stretch.”That is one area Haskins said he has most improved on over the course of the season: becoming a leader of the offense and taking the steps that every quarterback needs to in order to be successful, such as knowing protections and picking up blitzes. “I feel like I have gotten better with that every game and gotten all the tools I needed through coaching,” Haskins said. “All the trust I’ve gotten from the players keeps getting better and I think that has shown on the field.”Meyer, who calls the quarterback position one of the most unique in all of sport, said this level of leadership is an obligation. “What he’s asked to do — and coaches aren’t on the field, there’s 10 other guys looking at him every snap,” Meyer said. “You better give the right answer and they better trust and believe in him. And our guys certainly do.” Meyer always refers back to one play against Maryland that defines Haskins’ development. With less than four minutes left to go in the fourth quarter, Ohio State trailed Maryland 38-31. Haskins ended an 11-play, 75-yard drive by taking a snap and pushing himself across the offensive line for his second rushing touchdown of the day. “The Maryland game was one that he dropped his pads and dropped some other things probably, too,” Meyer said. “At the toughest time in the game against, once again, a defense, a very good defense, and got that yard.” But these accomplishments represent more to Haskins than just personal success. To him, it’s the work the offensive line and the receivers have done. It’s the team success, leading the No. 2 pass offense in the country. He knows the records that have been broken were significant and where they have placed him in terms of his place in Ohio State history. Haskins will reflect on that at one point, but not right now. “I can’t take too long on it because there’s another game to play,” Haskins said. “So I probably won’t think about the records or the stats I have broken until after the season.” Haskins still has something to do, something to add to his toolbox: a Big Ten Championship and a chance to play in the College Football Playoff. For Meyer, Haskins is not done proving himself. “Offensive football is a 10-yard war. Win each war,” Meyer said. “And however you get that first down, get the first down. And that’s how we approach it.” read more

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Quiz How much do you know about Country n Irish

first_img D B Spencer Fintastic Friday 3 May 2019, 9:00 PM May 3rd 2019, 9:01 PM What’s the name of this Irish country singer who is performing on tonight’s Late Late special? https://jrnl.ie/4616340 You scored out of ! Tweet The one and only Daniel O’Donnell is affectionately known as… Dolly O’Neill Tom O’Neill TONIGHT’S LATE LATE Show Country Special on RTÉ is set to have “Toy Show” levels of performance with host Ryan Tubridy tipped to sing a duet with Irish music legend Daniel O’Donnell. “It starts from the get go,” Tubridy said on Wednesday. “It’s a big number…an 80s tune that includes 100 dancers. We’re going Toy Show levels.”So, with the country music special on tonight, let’s test your knowledge of the genre known as Country ‘n’ Irish. Tom Clancy By Cónal Thomas Ah now Wee Daniel wouldn’t be happy with that performance. Tweet Shania Twain …and let me off. Top Dog …and leave me be. Born to Run Born Free J R Dallas Share Margo Tom McBride Tweet You scored out of ! Yee-haw! Fair play partner. And Daniel’s singing sister, what’s her name? Ride on outta down! Share What are ewe doing? Wee Daniel Majella 400,000 T R Dallas Share your result: Share your result: 1,000,000 260,000 Clever Cat Turtley awful 26,338 Views Share Loretta Lynch Gobnait Where’s My Tequila? Tweet Born for the Road Mary 600,000 Answer all the questions to see your result! Share Co Tyrone Nicely done wagon wheel! She Drinks Tequila Big Dan Garth Brooks sold how many tickets for his cancelled shows at Croke Park in 2014? Danny Boy Cliona Hagan Daniel the Spaniel 31 Comments He Drinks Tequila Share your result: Tweet B D Lumpkin Legendary Irish country singer Big Tom died shortly before last year’s Late Late special. What was the big man’s full name? …I’m going home. Share Nathan Carter’s most recent album, what was it called? You scored out of ! Born Baby Born Known as the ‘Queen of Irish Country’, Philomena Begley is from which county? Share your result: …you have my heart. Finish this lyric from Irish country singer Declan Nerney’s song.”Hey stop the world… You scored out of ! Share17 Tweet Email Quiz: How much do you know about Country ‘n’ Irish? Tonight’s Late Late Country Special starts at 9.30pm. Co Donegal Co Cork Co Fermanagh Who’s this famous Irish country singer? Tom Fitzpatrick You scored out of ! Share your result: We Are Family And finally, Crystal Swing’s 2010 single was… Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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