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Limerick businessman guilty of defiling teenage girl

first_imgLimerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick District Court Advertisement Facebook Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Previous articleWin cinema ticketsNext articleTanzanian adventures of a Coffeeshop Girl Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie The evidence was heard at Limerick Circuit CourtA LIMERICK businessman is facing the prospect of a maximum sentence of life in prison for having sex with the 13-year-old daughter of a man he knew.Michael Casey, (71) of Cois Roiga, Caherconlish, County Limerick was found guilty of 16 counts of the defilement of a child under the age of 15 and 17 years contrary to the Sexual Offences Act 2006.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Following a seven day trial, a jury of six men and six women took almost three and half hours to convict Casey by way of a 10/2 majority verdict on 16 of the 19 counts.The victim, who was attending secondary school at the time, was befriended by Casey as he knew her father and he would regularly be at her home. She was also alone in his company at various locations in Limerick and Clare.The trial heard distressing evidence from the victim, who is now 20, that the sexual contact escalated to such an extent that she ended up “just giving in”.“I never let him fully have sex with me but he did put his penis in my vagina and finger me. He would do it before I could say anything really. He did it several times and very often it was every week or more.”During the three-year period of abuse, the girl asked Casey why he did those things only to be told that he was doing it for later on in life and “to teach me sexual things”.Details of offences that happened in a nearby forest park and a disused factory were also described in great detail by the girl.“I realised what was going on but I was still young and vulnerable at that age”, she explained, adding that sexual incidents with Casey almost “became routine”.The day she started her Junior Certificate examinations, Casey was to bring her to school but he tried to have sex with her.“I screamed and got him off. I ran off crying and he still had to bring me to school. I sat through my exams but it was horrible.She said that incidents would also happen inside a van and at various locations in Limerick and Clare.“I was basically just a dummy, I didn’t say or do much as I was so young and was having this older man do this to me”.During tearful exchanges of cross examination with defence barrister Coleman Cody SC, the victim said that she tried to distance herself from Casey towards the end of December 2011.In January 2012, Casey left Ireland for West Africa and on January 27, she posted an entry into her diary, “It’s out now after I confided in someone, Michael Casey has been molesting me for the last three years.”Prosecution Counsel John O’Sullivan said that the matters came to light when the victim confided in a school friend, who told her school guidance counsellor and principal.The girl’s mother was immediately contacted and Gardaí were brought in to investigate.Following interviews with specialist investigators, Detective Garda Patrick Hogan took a statement of complaint from the victim and Casey was later arrested and questioned.He denied all the allegations and said that the girl was “simply making it up, it’s all a fantasy”.He accepted he had regular contact with her but denied ever having sex with her. He described the victim as being a deeply troubled young girl and said that the allegations “was not her language”.“It never happened it’s all lies, it’s all fantasy, it’s all rubbish”, he told Detective Garda Hogan.The victim was examined four days after the incidents came to light and it was found that her hymen had been torn.An application to remand the 71-year-old in custody was refused, but Judge O’Donnell directed that Gardai were to take his passport as a condition of bail. His name is also to be added to the sex offenders register.Michael Casey is to be sentenced o March 29 and can face up to life imprisonment for the defilement of a child. Print NewsLimerick businessman guilty of defiling teenage girlBy Staff Reporter – February 8, 2017 1880 Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live TAGScircuit courtfeaturedlimerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Twitter Linkedin WhatsApplast_img read more

Friendship State Bank looks to add to workforce

first_imgFriendship, In. — The Friendship State Bank is looking to grow its team and is currently hiring for a floating teller position.All positions are full-time with benefits. Review available positions and apply at friendshipstatebank.com. Select the “CAREERS” option under the “ABOUT FRIENDSHIP” menu tab.The Friendship State Bank is a full-service, community bank rooted in southeastern Indiana. Bank leadership attributes the bank’s success and century long legacy of reliability to its exceptional staff.“We have a truly exceptional workforce,” Beth Schmaltz, Human Resources Manager shared. “The Bank’s success is a direct reflection of the type of employees that are ‘lifers’ here. We are eager to meet those who will become our newest team members.”last_img read more

Syracuse beats Louisville in extra innings, ends 4-game losing streak

first_imgComing into its matchup with Louisville, Syracuse had dropped four-consecutive games, losing by a combined score of 33-2.But on Sunday, clutch hitting from Gabby Teran, Neli Casares-Maher, Toni Martin and Hannah Dossett secured a 4-2 extra-inning win. Syracuse (9-16, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) also needed a 159-pitch, complete-game effort from ace Alexa Romero to outlast Louisville (19-8, 2-1 ACC).To lead off the top of the eighth inning, sophomore Casares-Maher launched a fastball to left field for a stand-up double. Dossett drove her in with a blast that was about six inches from clearing the left field fence. Dossett had been struggling, going hitless in the previous four games, but her RBI double gave SU a 3-2 lead. Dossett scored on the next pitch off a Martin single up the middle, and Romero closed out the win.The Orange had a prime opportunity to avoid extras. With a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the seventh inning, Louisville’s Caitlin Ferguson hit a soft liner up the middle with one out, giving Syracuse a chance at a routine double play. Teran, the second baseman, fielded the ball cleanly, stepped on second, and fired a strike to first. The double play would’ve ended the game, but first baseman Alex Acevedo missed stepping the bag, allowing the Cardinals to send the game into extra innings.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSusie Teuscher | Digital Design EditorBefore Louisville scored on the error, the game was tied, 1-1, with two outs in the top of the seventh inning. Teran then took an outside fastball the other way, sending a line drive to right field. Her single on a 2-2 count scored Lailoni Mayfield from second.Syracuse originally established a lead in the first. With two outs, senior Alicia Hansen reached on an infield single hit toward UofL’s pitcher. Hansen then stole second and continued around the bases to score on two Louisville errors. Hansen’s aggressive baserunning had given SU an advantageThe next four innings went scoreless, but Romero struggled with her control. She walked one batter in the second inning, and put two on base in the fourth. She’d finish with six walks in her outing.Romero’s control caught up to her in the fifth inning, as she consistently fell behind in counts. Two singles and a sacrifice fly later, and Louisville tied the game, 1-1 in the bottom of the fifth.Louisville nearly cracked open the game in the next frame, if not for Teran’s glove. From second base, Teran tracked back into right field, where Taylor Roby hit a soft line drive. Right fielder Bryce Holmgren dove for it, but Roby’s hit snuck under her glove. Teran, backing up Holmgren in deep right field, picked up the ball and threw a laser to second base, taking away a leadoff double from Louisville. Romero got the next two batters out to end the inning and eliminate the danger.In the end, Romero struck out eight Cardinals and allowed two earned runs to help Syracuse hand Louisville its first home loss. Facebook Twitter Google+ Commentscenter_img Published on March 17, 2019 at 3:01 pm Contact Danny: [email protected] | @DannyEmermanlast_img read more

IN STATS: Colombia 1-1 Brazil

first_imgWC Qualification South America IN STATS: All the numbers from Brazil’s draw against Colombia 06:28 6/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Falcao Colombia Brazil WC Qualification South America Colombia v Brazil Brazil Colombia The Selecao’s winning run came to an end after Falcao cancelled out Willian’s opener in Barranquilla, as the two sides shared out the points Match Stats — Team StatsColombiav.BrazilAttackGeneral PlayDistributionDefence & DisciplineAttackGoalsColombiaComparisonBrazil150%50%1Total Shots (including blocked shots)ColombiaComparisonBrazil1043.5%56.5%13Shots On TargetColombiaComparisonBrazil457.1%42.9%3Blocked ShotsColombiaComparisonBrazil240%60%3Shots from outside the boxColombiaComparisonBrazil753.8%46.2%6Shots from inside the boxColombiaComparisonBrazil330%70%7Shot AccuracyColombiaComparisonBrazil50%50%30%30%General PlayPossession (%)ColombiaComparisonBrazil47.7%47.7%52.3%52.3%Duels won (%)ColombiaComparisonBrazil50%50%50%50%Aerial Duels Won (%)ColombiaComparisonBrazil50%50%50%50%InterceptionsColombiaComparisonBrazil733.3%66.7%14OffsidesColombiaComparisonBrazil250%50%2Corners takenColombiaComparisonBrazil444.4%55.6%5DistributionTotal PassesColombiaComparisonBrazil43747.7%52.3%479% of Passes LongColombiaComparisonBrazil10.1%10.1%9.6%9.6%Passing Accuracy (%)ColombiaComparisonBrazil83.5%83.5%86.4%86.4%Passing Accuracy opp. Half (%)ColombiaComparisonBrazil76.5%76.51821862348179%75.49019607843137%75.5%Total CrossesColombiaComparisonBrazil1254.5%45.5%10Successful Crosses (%)ColombiaComparisonBrazil16.7%16.7%40%40%Defence & DisciplineTacklesColombiaComparisonBrazil1653.3%46.7%14Tackles Won (%)ColombiaComparisonBrazil81.3%81.3%71.4%71.4%ClearancesColombiaComparisonBrazil1763%37%10Fouls ConcededColombiaComparisonBrazil1244.4%55.6%15Yellow CardsColombiaComparisonBrazil150%50%1Red CardsColombiaComparisonBrazil00%0%0 Action areas0-45 minutes    0-15 minutes        0-5 minutes        6-10 minutes        11-15 minutes    16-30 minutes        16-20 minutes        21-25 minutes        26-30 minutes    31-45 minutes        31-35 minutes        36-40 minutes        41-45 minutes46-90 minutes    46-60 minutes        46-50 minutes        51-55 minutes        56-60 minutes    61-75 minutes        61-65 minutes        66-70 minutes        71-75 minutes    76-90 minutes        76-80 minutes        81-85 minutes        86-90 minutesFull matchCreated with Raphaël 2.1.2South American WC Qual.Colombia v. BrazilPossession17.1%59.5%23.4%47.7%52.3% Loading… Match Stats — Player StatsDavid OspinaChoose Another PlayerDavid OspinaSantiago AriasCristián ZapataFrank FabraDavinson SánchezAbel AguilarEdwin CardonaCarlos SánchezJuan CuadradoJames RodríguezRadamel FalcaoYimmi CharáTeófilo GutiérrezWilliam TesilloAlissonDani AlvesFilipe LuísMarquinhosThiago SilvaFernandinhoNeymarPaulinhoRenato AugustoWillianRoberto FirminoGabriel JesusPhilippe CoutinhoRodrigo CaioGeneralDefenceAttackDistributionDisciplineGoalkeepingGeneral 90Minutes Played33TouchesDefence 0Total Tackles0Tackles Won1Duels1Duels Won1Total Clearances0InterceptionsAttack 0■ Total Shots (including blocked shots)0■ Shots On Target0■ GoalsCreated with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.20Shots from inside the box0Shots from outside the boxDistribution Created with Raphaël 2.1.212/ 24Accurate PassesCreated with Raphaël 2.1.20/ 0Successful crossesCreated with Raphaël 2.1.20Assists0Chances CreatedPass Direction %Created with Raphaël 2.1.270.8Forward8.3Right0.0Backward20.8LeftDiscipline Created with Raphaël 2.1.200Yellow CardsRed CardsCreated with Raphaël 2.1.21Fouls Won0Fouls ConcededGoalkeeping 3Shots Faced (on target)2Saves0Catches0Dropslast_img read more

North Carolina Basketball: Photos: This Charlotte-Based Cake Designer Makes Amazing UNC Basketball Cakes

first_imggrooms Cake of North Carolina's basketball court.IG/forgoodnesscakescharlotteSkilled pastry chefs and cake designers can make some amazing things out of their desserts, and Charlotte-based For Goodness Cakes definitely knows its audience. The business’ Instagram account has posted a number of amazing-looking cakes, including a number that are North Carolina Tar Heel themed. The always popular #heelshouse cake. #atleastinmyhouse #goheels #groomscakes #charlottecakes Inside: delectable peanut butter cake with milk chocolate ganache filling.A photo posted by For Goodness Cakes (@forgoodnesscakescharlotte) on Jun 5, 2015 at 9:21pm PDT  Here strictly for work. #heelshouse #deandome #carolinacakes #lovethisplaceA photo posted by For Goodness Cakes (@forgoodnesscakescharlotte) on Jan 24, 2015 at 11:33am PST  Not a wedding cake, but could be. Photo credit: @dreaphotoartist #carolinacake #tarheelwedding #nycskyline #uncchapelhill #goheelsA photo posted by For Goodness Cakes (@forgoodnesscakescharlotte) on Jan 24, 2015 at 7:54pm PST Don’t worry Duke fans, they’ll make you, and fans of other schools, cakes as well. Like I’ve always said, I’m an equal opportunity provider. Design piped by hand and by eye with buttercream! #dookcakeA photo posted by For Goodness Cakes (@forgoodnesscakescharlotte) on May 8, 2015 at 2:08pm PDT  Collage cake for a very lucky birthday girl. Sadly had to crop off the beloved sea turtle topper, but this one deserved a 360! #bruciesbirthdaybash #milestonebirthdaycake #collagecake #handpaintedandcreatedA video posted by For Goodness Cakes (@forgoodnesscakescharlotte) on Apr 11, 2015 at 7:09pm PDT  Who knew owning a cake business would be Sports Teams 101? #whodey #footballcake #charlottegroomscakesA photo posted by For Goodness Cakes (@forgoodnesscakescharlotte) on Jun 20, 2014 at 1:48pm PDT  “Chef’s choice” cakes start at $75: you choose 2 colors, flavors and theme and I come up with design, no fondant, all buttercream. #ugacake #graduationcakeA photo posted by For Goodness Cakes (@forgoodnesscakescharlotte) on May 23, 2014 at 5:26pm PDT If we were Tar Heel fans, we know where we’d go for our Dean Dome confectionery recreations.last_img read more

Howard Carroll lead guitarist for Dixie Hummingbirds dies

first_imgPHILADELPHIA – A lead guitarist for the influential and Grammy Award-winning gospel group the Dixie Hummingbirds has died in Philadelphia.Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services says Howard Carroll died Tuesday at an assisted-living facility at age 92.The Dixie Hummingbirds started as a quartet of students formed by James B. Davis in a Greenville, South Carolina, high school in 1928. The group toured widely and recorded a cappella for the Decca label in the 1930s and then relocated to Philadelphia in the 1940s.After World War II, as the sound of gospel changed, the Hummingbirds added bass, drums and guitar supplied by Carroll.They performed on Paul Simon’s “Loves Me Like a Rock” in 1973 and won a Grammy for their own version.The band’s influence extends well beyond gospel circles to artists including James Brown and Stevie Wonder.last_img read more

No eway bill if GST returns not filed for 2 months

first_imgNew Delhi: Non-filers of GST returns for two straight months will be barred from generating e-way bills for transporting goods effective June 21, the finance ministry said. Businesses under GST composition scheme, however, will be barred from generating e-way bill if they fail to file tax returns for two consecutive filing periods, which is six months. The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has notified June 21, 2019, as the day from which any “consignor, consignee, transporter, e-commerce operator or courier agency” would be barred from generating electronic way or e-way bill for failure to file tax returns for the stipulated time period as mentioned in the GST rules. As per rules, a composition scheme taxpayer who has not furnished the returns for two consecutive tax periods and a regular taxpayer who has not filed returns for a consecutive period of two months would be restricted from generating e-way bill.last_img read more

The Rockets Are Finally Playing Their Game In The Playoffs

The strangest thing about the Houston Rockets’ 126-99 dismantling of the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night wasn’t the final score, or the Spurs’ bloodless play, or even the 50 3-pointers (and 22 makes) that Houston threw up in the game. Those were all unusual, but in the way that any one-off game in a seven-game series might be. For Rockets fans, however, the big change was that for once in the playoffs, the Rockets looked like the Rockets.Over the last four seasons,1The period for which we have player-tracking data for the league. Houston general manager Daryl Morey has built the NBA’s model of efficiency. The Rockets of the regular season adhere to the fundamental tenets of Moreyball: shooting threes, driving for layups and drawing fouls. Then the playoffs begin. That’s when Houston has gone off script and played the sort of inefficient basketball it’s built to avoid. It’s unlikely that the Rockets will play the rest of the series at the level they played Game 1 — the 27-point loss was the worst of the Spurs’ season. But however the series plays out, it’s progress that the Rockets have finally brought Rockets basketball to the playoffs. The biggest change has been in the number of threes the team gets. Over the previous three seasons, the Rockets led the league in 3-point attempt rate (the share of field-goal attempts that are 3-pointers) during the regular season before seeing significant dropoffs in the postseason. That’s particularly unusual, considering the playoff field as a whole had a higher rate in this span than the leaguewide regular-season rate.This season, the Rockets have seen a similar slide toward the mean. But they began with such an overwhelming cushion that although they’ve gone from 46.2 percent of their attempts being threes during the season to 40.3 being so in the playoffs, that 40.3 number would have led all teams during the regular season.It’s especially promising for the Rockets’ identity that they’ve continued to put up shots even though they haven’t been falling. In the Oklahoma City series, Houston shot 28 percent from three over five games and 169 attempts, including 6-for-37 in the series clincher. This was somewhat because of good coverage — the Thunder held the Rockets to 10 uncontested2No defender within 6 feet. threes per game, five fewer than their regular season average — but mostly it was just a cold spell that seems to have corrected itself. Against the Spurs in Game 1, the Rockets got 14 wide-open threes, right around their season average.Houston’s free-throw rate (a team’s number of free-throw attempts per field-goal attempt) hasn’t seen as consistent a downturn in the playoffs as its 3-pointers, but it’s fluctuated. The team has finished in the top two in each of the last four regular seasons, but the fouls dried up in its 2014 and 2016 playoff campaigns. Through six games this postseason, however, the team is drawing free throws at by far the highest rate in the field. read more

Football Binjimen Victor steps up after Macks injury

Ohio State junior wide receiver Binjimen Victor (9) catches a pass in the second half of the game against Purdue on Oct. 20. Ohio State lost 49-20. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorNext man up.It’s been the mentality of the defensive line, with the loss of junior All-American defensive end Nick Bosa for the rest of the season. The Ohio State secondary has needed the phrase as well, with redshirt junior cornerback Damon Arnette failing to make the trip to Purdue last Saturday because of injury. Now, that phrase has made its way to the offense. Junior wide receiver Austin Mack suffered a foot injury in the second half of Saturday’s 49-20 loss to Purdue. On his weekly radio show, head coach Urban Meyer called Mack’s ailment a “fluke injury,” saying it was a non-contact injury and he was “twisted wrong on the field.” However, Meyer did give some hope, saying Mack could be back in time for postseason play. But moving forward, it’s back to the “next man up” mentality. In Mack’s absence, junior wide receiver Binjimen Victor will take the majority of his snaps in his place. Through eight games, Victor has 236 yards on 14 catches, recording three touchdown receptions. Even though Ohio State has older depth at the wide receiver position, with redshirt senior wide receivers Johnnie Dixon and Terry McLaurin splitting time at the other receiver slot, offensive coordinator Ryan Day said its Victor’s time to shine. “Ben’s got to step up and he’s now got to mature into a role where he’s going to be the starter over there,” Day said. However, that does not mean that McLaurin and DIxon will not be there to help in terms of picking up Mack’s production. Day said Ohio State has older players that know the offensive system very well, saying he will move some guys around if necessary. But Victor is not the only one with a statement to make in the absence of Mack. After recording two catches for 27 yards in three games during his true freshman season, now-sophomore wide receiver Jaylen Harris, a former four-star prospect, will have increased playing time with Mack shelved. Day called Mack’s injury Harris’ time to step up, calling for more from the Cleveland native. In four games this season, Harris has recorded two catches for 22 yards, bringing in one 16-yard catch against Oregon State. Meyer said Mack’s injury will also give freshman wide receiver Chris Olave, who has recorded two catches for 14 yards this season, an opportunity to get more playing time as well. However, make no mistake, Day and Meyer both agree that Victor is a starting receiver as Mack gets healthy. This is something Victor has been striving for ever since he got to Ohio State. Victor has shown it in bursts, bringing in two catches for 55 yards and a touchdown against Penn State and five catches for 67 yards against Purdue. After the 2018 Spring Game, Meyer highlighted the expectation he had of Victor going into the fall. “That’s one of the most talented receivers we have ever had,” Meyer said. “It’s consistency and the fight in those kind of things because when he does, it’s fun to watch.”Now, Victor is not the next man up. He is the man. read more

Portugal stick with Fernando Santos as head coach

first_imgThe Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) have decided to retain Fernando Santos as the head coach of the national team, despite their early World Cup exitFollowing their triumphant campaign in the European championship two years ago, Portugal arrived at Russia with a new crop of young promising players beginning to emerge with their captain and all-time record goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo still at the peak form.But the Navigators fell below expectations and, after finishing as Group B runners-up, they were handed an early exit after losing to Uruguay in the last-16.But, despite the disappointing World Cup campaign, FPF President Fernando Gomes has decided to retain Santos and they will now be turning their focus on to defending their European title in two years time.Cristiano Ronaldo, PortugalAli Daei wouldn’t be upset if Ronaldo breaks his scoring record Andrew Smyth – September 13, 2019 Iranian legend Ali Daei wouldn’t be upset to lose his record as international football’s all-time record scorer to the “great” Cristiano Ronaldo.“Everything has to go according to the plan. We decided to extend the contract of Fernando Santos till 2020 after our victory at Euro 2016. It was a well-considered decision,” said Gomes, according to FourFourTwo.“We understood all the perspectives and analyzed the problems, when we were making this decision. We took into account the fact that the World Cup would take place in 2018.”Since his appointment in 2014, Santos has since guided Portugal to their European triumph in 2016 and a third-place finish at the 2017 Confederations Cup.Portugal will now begin with their preparations for the UEFA Nations League, which begins in September.last_img read more