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first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:Clarendon College edged closer to gaining a berth in the inter-zone round of the 2015 ISSA-FLOW daCosta Cup as Group H winners, following a 1-1 draw at Lennon High yesterday.After seven matches, the defending champions are on 15 points and yet to lose a game. They are two points in front of a resurgent Edwin Allen High, while the faltering Lennon have 11 points from six matches.The Paul Davis-coached Clarendon College have racked up 30 goals and only four against to dominate the group, and with the return match against second-from-bottom Thompson Town to come on October 10, they are in pole position to be amongst the teams to participate in the cash-rich FLOW Super Cup, which will have its launch today in Montego Bay.Over in Group D, former winners Godfrey Stewart High defeated The Manning’s School 1-0 in the Savanna-la-Mar derby to jump into the lead on 11 points. Previous leaders Petersfield (10 pts) were idle and can retake the lead when they clash with Little London tomorrow.Manning’s remain third in the group with nine points and will have a tough time amassing enough points to keep either Godfrey Stewart or Petersfield from advancing.Knox College’s 1-0 win over Bellefield left Group G in a bind, as apart from leaders Holmwood, who tagged Alston 3-1 for their 14th point of the campaign, four of the remaining teams are locked on 11 points.Knox, Spalding, Alston, and Christiana are neck and neck in the race to advance – along with favourites Holmwood – from the group.last_img read more

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first_imgA property developer’s wife, who had plans to turn a 34 acre site into Donegal’s first six star hotel and marina, is trying to avoid being made bankrupt.Emma McElroy is arguing that she she signed loan guarantees without reading them and without getting independent legal advice.Mervyn and Emma McElroy were the directors of Lough Shore Development in County Fermanagh. Amongst its plans was to establish a luxury hotel and marina on the shores of Ball Hill outside Donegal Town.It went into administration in August 2010 owing its bank over £7m and Mr Elroy was bankrupted earlier this year.Allied Irish Banks is now seeking to have Mrs McElroy declared bankrupt.The details are contained in a recently published High Court ruling in which Mrs McElroy was successful in winning the right to introduce fresh evidence in an appeal to the bankruptcy court. The usual legal principle is that people should produce all available evidence to the bankruptcy court at the initial stage.The bankruptcy petition jointly named Mr and Mrs Elroy and they were jointly represented.However, Mr Justice Deeny accepted that it is not clear whether Mrs Elroy ever consulted the barrister.He gave her the right to introduce new affidavits which make the case that she was “a housewife of a farmer who then turned to property development” and that she “signed documents without reading them or without independent advice”.She further argues that she was not separately represented throughout the bankruptcy proceedings. EndsDONEGAL’S SIX STAR HOTEL PLAN PUT ON ICE AS COMPANY BATTLES TO SURVIVE was last modified: May 11th, 2011 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more

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