Chairman of the Courtney Walsh Award selection committee, Brian George, suggested that as the prestigious Award evolves, teams could be considered as possible candidates for selection. George pointed to the Sunshine Girls as an example of a team that truly epitomised the values and character of the Courtney Walsh Award, which is hosted by the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund. “As we talk about the harmonious development and contribution to country, and we consider the values of what the Courtney Walsh award stands for, teams such as the Sunshine Girls come to mind … . They are examples that truly epitomise the values and character of what the Courtney Walsh Award represents. I hope the committee will consider this going forward,” said George. He added that sports should represent fair play and respect for others. “Sports is more than just about winning and achieving great results on the field, but should represent fair play, respect for others and respect for the rules and harmonious development and contribution to a country,” the selection committee chairman pointed out at the 11th annual opening of nominations for the Courtney Walsh Award for Excellence. The launch took place at Cuddy’z Sports Bar and Restaurant in New Kingston last Thursday. In appealing to the wider community to send in nominations, George urged them not to always look for the obvious choice or be seduced into thinking that it is a popularity award, but rather to select someone in the sporting field who genuinely represents the characters of sportsmanship set out in the criteria for selection. Minister with responsibility for sport, Natalie Neita-Headley, said she noted with pride that apart from the resilience and excellence being displayed among our athletes, there was also the growing trend of humility, which was one of the main criteria for selection in the Courtney Walsh Award for Excellence. “It’s not about the beating of the chest, but being grateful to God, to their coaches and managers for guiding them this far,” noted Neita-Headley. She also expressed her gratitude to CHASE for partnering in the process of celebrating excellence in sports. outstanding achievement The criteria for selection stipulate that the awardee must be Jamaican and possess qualities that include a history of outstanding achievement in their chosen sport, with notable achievements in the calendar year preceding the award; a spirit of sportsmanship and goodwill; appropriate leadership skills; appropriate deportment, a high level of discipline and integrity, both inside and outside of the sports arena and humility even in the face of victory. The winner of the award will receive $500,000 and an exquisitely designed crystal trophy. Male and female athletes at the secondary level will again be recognised with an award at this year’s ceremony for both academic and sporting achievements. The first awards were presented in 2013. Winners will be presented with a cash award of $250,000 and trophies. Nominations for the award close on September 18, with the award ceremony taking place on October 15 at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. The selection committee includes Mike Fennell, president, Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA); Horace G. Helps, senior journalist; Compton Rodney, JOA; Don Anderson, chairman, Institute of Sports; Dr Walton Small, president, ISSA; Donovan Bennett, secretary, Jamaica Cricket Association; and representing CHASE, Saleem Lazarus, Dr Winston Dawes and Fae Ellington.
‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The Revellers can complete the upset with another win on Thursday in Game 2 at Ynares Sports Arena.Simon Camacho was the lone bright spot for the Falcons with 13 points and six rebounds, while Sarr could only muster 12 markers and 10 boards.The Scores:CHE’LU BAR AND GRILL-SAN SEBASTIAN 70 — Ablaza 22, Viernes 16, David 7, Taganas 6, Bulanadi 4, Costelo 4, De Leon 4, Batino 3, Ilagan 2, Siruma 2, Collado 0, Faundo 0.AKARI-ADAMSON 60 — Camacho 13, Sarr 12, Ahanmisi 9, Lastimosa 9, Mojica 8, Manganti 4, Espeleta 3, Catapusan 2, Bernardo 0, Pingoy 0, Zaldivar 0.ADVERTISEMENT Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ LATEST STORIES Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Quarters: 24-16, 34-35, 61-56, 70-60.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “Usually, in these level of games, I really go to the veterans,” said coach Stevenson Tiu, whose four-seed Che’Lu-San Sebastian halted Akari-Adamson’s five-game tear.It was the Revellers’ defense that did the trick in the deciding fourth frame, limiting the Falcons to just four points and frustrating top gunners Jerrick Ahanmisi and Papi Sarr to shoot a combined 7-of-23 clip from the field.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“I know (Akari-Adamson) is pressured because they’re the number one team. But our veterans are ready and they’ve all been in this situation before,” said Tiu.Che’Lu-San Sebastian relished the grindout win where it silenced Akari-Adamson’s snipers and held them to a 2-of-15 trip from three while translating its foe’s 29 miscues to 25 easy points. MOST READ PBA IMAGESBanking on its veterans, Che’Lu Bar and Grill-San Sebastian pulled off a 70-60 stunner over Akari-Adamson to draw first blood in their 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup semifinals series Tuesday at Pasig Sports Center.Cedrick Ablaza poured 12 of his 22 points in the third quarter turnaround for the Revellers, to go with his four rebounds, and three steals, while Jeff Viernes had 16 markers, eight boards, and two dimes in the victory.ADVERTISEMENT Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast PBA legends set to return to hardcourt for a cause Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments
Public Telecommunications Minister Cathy Hughes has charged the graduating class of the Wisburg Secondary School to consider careers in Information and Communications Technology (ICT).Graduates of the Wisburg Secondary SchoolThe Minister was at the time addressing the 17th Annual Graduation and Prize Giving Exercise of the Wisburg Secondary School on Wednesday.Minister Hughes told the students that Guyana was rapidly progressing with a brand-new business model that includes a focus on increased entrepreneurial activities; a new oil and gas (or hydrocarbon) industry; an expanded manufacturing sector; and a broader agricultural sector that includes agro-processing.“My point is that Information Technology is the key element of these industries. In fact, ICT is important to every single industrial sector in these times we live in.”Minister Hughes advised the graduates to pursue higher education, whether it be at a university or technical/vocational institution or online. She noted that across the board, secondary level students are turning in better performances in the subjects that are most needed in the world of work, and in the world of higher technology.“I want to remind you that “you are the chosen generation, because of the technological skills required in today’s world, you are naturally proficient in. You know that minicomputer called a smart-phone better than I do. Many of you are creating apps, establishing your own small businesses, promoting your services and products on your Facebook page, Whatsapp and other social media applications,” Minister Hughes said.The graduation saw teachers, eager graduates and their proud parents gathered in the school’s auditorium to witness this rite of passage.
The 61-year-old pandit and his son, who were found murdered in their Delph and Craig Streets, Campbellville, Georgetown home on Tuesday morning will be laid to rest today.Pandit Deonarine Liliah and Gopaul LiliahPandit Deonarine Liliah, called Dewan Liliah, and his 28-year-old son, Gopaul Liliah, were found after a tenant, who lives in the lower flat of the house, reported to Police that she had not seen her landlord or his son for days and that there was a foul smell emanating from the upper flat of the building.Guyana Times was told by a source close to the investigations that the Police were making strides in the investigation.Late Wednesday evening, Police swooped down on a Campbellville house where two suspects, wanted for questioning into the incident, were arrested.This publication was told that CCTV footage from a nearby house revealed a masked man jumping the western fence into the now deceased men’s yard. The footage also showed the suspect entering the home from the northern door and exiting via the back entrance, with two bulky bags and a bucket in his hands.According to information, the duo who lived in the upper flat of the property was last seen by the tenant on July 7, 2018.The 40-year-old woman told the Police that she recalled hearing footsteps about 21:00h on Saturday evening. When ranks from the Kitty Police Station arrived at the house they found the back door ajar and Gopaul Liliah’s lifeless body lying face down on the floor in a pool of blood while his father was lying on his back in the living room.Meanwhile, the bodies will be at Sandy’s Funeral Parlour at 10:00h today for viewing, then to the Good Hope Crematorium for cremation.
“The four power-play goals were a big factor,” Adduono said. “It’s tough to blame anyone on the PK. We just aren’t quick enough … and the goalie has to be your best PK guy.” Dave Borrelli scored the Falcons’ third power-play goal at 15:12 of the second to give Fresno its first lead. But the Ice Dogs’ Brad Bonello answered less than two minutes later. Then in the final minute of the second, Fresno’s Matt O’Dette scored his second goal of the game, a stoppable slap shot from the point that goalie Mike Brown allowed to slip through his pads. Ten seconds later, Adduono pulled Brown, who allowed five goals on 22 shots, in favor of Brett Jaeger, who stopped nine of 11. “That one can’t go in. That’s a back-breaker. (Soft goals) have killed us all year,” Adduono said. Luke Curtin netted his second power-play goal of the game at 5:40 of the third period, giving Fresno a 6-4 lead. The Ice Dogs’ Brandon Schwartz scored with 11:58 remaining, but 1:55 later, Fresno’s Brett Hammond netted the game’s final goal. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LONG BEACH – Having games in hand during any playoff chase is a nice luxury, especially when you need to make up some ground. The reverse side of that is the games mean nothing if you don’t make them count. The Ice Dogs got to use one game in hand Sunday evening in their attempt to rally past Utah and Victoria and into the ECHL Kelly Cup playoffs. Unfortunately for them, it didn’t count as they fell to the Fresno Falcons, 7-5, before a Long Beach Arena crowd of 3,013. The loss capped a lost weekend for the Ice Dogs, who played very well at times but dropped all three games. The Ice Dogs (19-30-3) still have four games in hand against Victoria, which holds the eighth and final playoff spot in the National Conference and has an eight-point cushion, and two against Utah, which remains two points ahead. “We are blessed with games in hand,” coach Rick Adduono said. “But we’ve had four chances at home like this to make up some ground and step to the forefront, but there is always some factor that kills us.” The factor Sunday was goaltending, at least in Adduono’s mind. “I thought our forwards played pretty well, generated chances and scored enough for us to win the game,” Adduono said. “You can’t give up seven goals.” The Ice Dogs had their highest-scoring first period of the season, with Andrew Winnik, Ash Goldie and Terry Harrison doing it against Falcons goalie Scott Stirling in the first 9:24. However, they also gave up three goals, including two of Fresno’s four goals on six power-play chances.
Both Rio Ferdinand and Steven Gerrard claimed the reason they and the others who made up the so-called ‘golden generation’ fell short at successive finals was they could not shake off their different club rivalries when they joined up with their England team-mates.Kane, though, told the English daily newspapers this is not the case with the present group under Gareth Southgate — as many of them have played with each other at Under-21 level.“It’s not something we’ve had to deal with really — we all get on very well and have come through the ranks together,” said Kane.“We definitely don’t have that divide in the team any more.– ‘Lot of attacking flair’ –England manager Gareth Southgate careful not to heighten expectations © AFP / Paul ELLISKane also took issue with Ferdinand who told The Times last month his priority had been winning trophies with Manchester United.“It’s the one competition that everybody dreams of winning. That’s No 1.“I’d be surprised if the majority of players did not say the World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world.“I’d love to win everything with Tottenham, but for me personally the World Cup outweighs them all.”Kane, who says his mum cried when he was handed the captaincy by Southgate, does not expect a repeat of the woeful Euro 2016 campaign which saw them beaten by minnows Iceland in the last 16 and cost then manager Roy Hodgson his job.“I’m confident it won’t happen (again) — I won’t say 100 per cent because you never know in football — but in this team we wear our heart on our sleeve.“We’re proud to be here, we will work hard, be energetic. First and foremost we will run around and do that aspect of the game. We have a lot of attacking flair that can do some damage.”Southgate, who experienced the pitfalls of international football when he missed a penalty in the shootout loss to old foes Germany in the Euro ’96 semi-finals hosted in England, did not wish to heighten expectations which has so often been a crushing burden for the national side.“We hope we can send people to work the following day having enjoyed our matches, I know what those tournament experiences can be like and we desperately want to bring that,” said Southgate, whose side have warmed up with wins over fellow finalists Nigeria and Costa Rica.“We know we are not the finished article, in fact we’re a long way from, but I think people see signs of progress and enjoy watching us and the manner in which we try to play.”Kane and England open their World Cup campaign against Tunisia in Volgograd next Monday, followed by dates with Panama and Belgium.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Captain Harry Kane says England approach the World Cup as a tight knit unit, devoid of the divisions that have hindered past World Cup campaigns © AFP / Paul ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Jun 12 – Captain Harry Kane says England’s bid to end their World Cup drought stretching back over half a century will not be undone by a divided squad.The 24-year-old striker said there were no cliques within the squad that flies out to Russia later on Tuesday seeking to emulate their 1966 predecessors in lifting the trophy.
1 Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…Barcelona are set to scupper Manchester United’s £30m attempt to sign Colombian midfielder Juan Cuadrado, 26, from Fiorentina. (Daily Express) Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 29, has not ruled out the possibility of returning to Manchester United. (Manchester Evening News) Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has been told that £32m Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala, 23, will be his last signing this summer. (Times)Barcelona and Brondby are considering making a move for Liverpool’s Danish centre-back Daniel Agger, 29, who is considering his future at Anfield following the arrival of £20m defender Dejan Lovren from Southampton. (Daily Mail) Arsenal may make a move to sign former Liverpool defender Alvaro Arbeloa, 31, from Real Madrid if Thomas Vermaelen, 28, leaves the Emirates Stadium. (AS)Manchester United are ready to sign Vermaelen for about £12m, despite the fact the centre-back is suffering from a minor hamstring injury he picked up with Belgium during the World Cup. (Guardian) Liverpool have suffered a setback in their pursuit of Paris St-Germain’s 29-year-old forward Ezequiel Lavezzi, with the Argentina international preferring a move to Juventus. (Daily Express) Newcastle boss Alan Pardew says he has given up his attempt to sign QPR’s 27-year-old striker Loic Remy. (Newcastle Chronicle) West Ham are lining up a move for Stoke City striker Peter Crouch, 33, as they look to bolster their attacking options after Samuel Eto’o priced himself out of a move to Upton Park. (Daily Star) Southampton’s Polish goalkeeper Artur Boruc, 34, has emerged as an unlikely transfer target for German champions Bayern Munich. (Telegraph) Liverpool are lending Manchester United a helping hand in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels, 25, with the Reds willing to let 21-year-old Portuguese defender Tiago Ilori move to the Bundesliga on loan to replace the German. (Daily Star) Everton and Norwich City are both keen to sign Ostersunds FK’s Gambian striker Modou Barrow, 21, according to his agent Willie McKay. (Sky Sports) Tottenham are in talks to sign Villarreal’s £21m-rated Argentine defender Mateo Musacchio, 23, who has previously been linked with Barcelona. (Daily Mirror) QPR are considering a loan move for Juventus’s 26-year-old midfielder Mauricio Isla. (Daily Mail) And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Exclusive – Mourinho must replace Lukaku, claims former Chelsea starExclusive – Cech set for Chelsea exit if Courtois is handed No.1 spot, claims BosnichVan on the move! Norwich City’s record signing set to leave on loanBlow for Arsenal and Newcastle? Lyon star distances himself from summer exitRonaldinho set for New York moveDutch star insists he has not spoken to QPR over Premier League moveFormer QPR midfielder set for Norwich moveTorino keen to keep midfielder in wake of interest from Man City, Man United and EvertonJuventus register interest in Aston Villa’s VlaarTottenham transfer report: Defensive star still on Barcelona’s radarWenger admits Man United target Vermaelen may leave Arsenal this summerWenger ‘open’ to more signings but insists Arsenal are NOT in for Porto starEverton raid Chelsea again! Young winger to follow Lukaku to Goodison Park Transfer rumours and paper review – Saturday, August 2
SCHOOLS: Candidates for the district’s board are divided over expanding extended-day program. By Paul Clinton STAFF WRITER Two sitting board members on the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District are trying to thwart each other’s ambitions by supporting a pair of challengers in the Nov. 6 election. “When you start a program and you offer it at some schools, you have to think through that you’ll have to provide it at all schools,” said Vanden Bos. “But you have to have a stable funding source.” Candidates in the rather quiet race have also sparred over management of the district’s $77million construction and modernization plan. Tomblin has said the district is $10 million short of the amount needed to finish all 55 projects approved by voters in Measures R and S, which passed in 2005. Vanden Bos and de la Rosa discount that number, calling it guesswork, but concede the district needs to update project costs that are more than two years old. The district’s projects have been well managed, de la Rosa said. “Of the projects we have undertaken thus far, we are on time and on budget,” de la Rosa said. “All we have done so far is approve the next set of priorities. It’s our job to continue to evaluate and re-evaluate.” In the summer, the board will begin receiving an additional $600,000 from Measure P, a parcel tax renewed by voters June 5. The candidates say they’re also looking to improve curriculum and course offerings in one of the state’s highest achieving districts. Tomblin supports additional counselors and more vocational education. “All of our students do excellent, but vocational training is an area for a wide segment of our students that I hope we can expand on,” he said. Here are a few more biographical details on the candidates contending for two seats: Incumbent Dora de la Rosa, 45, lives in Rancho Palos Verdes. She won a seat on the the board in 2003, after successfully leading the campaigns for two ballot measures. Paul Neights, 43, lives in Rancho Palos Verdes. He’s the chief technology officer of Del-Jen Inc., a publicly traded company that specializes in education and career placement. Incumbent David Tomblin, 55, lives in Rancho Palos Verdes. He’s the president and chief executive of the Tomblin Asset Management Group Inc. in Torrance. He won election in 2003. As a board member, he helped start an after-school program at Palos Verdes High School, known as the Palos Verdes Institute of Technology. Larry Vanden Bos, 48, lives in Rolling Hills Estates. The entrepreneur and business executive is a vice president of Vernon-based Rose & Shore, a food processing business. His wife is Debby Stegura, the former co-president of the Peninsula Education Foundation. He graduated from Rolling Hills High in 1977. firstname.lastname@example.orgWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Dora de la Rosa, a two-time board president and retired business attorney, and David Tomblin, a real estate investor, are at odds over the district’s kindergarten program. Tomblin and Paul Neights, a technology executive, both say the district should immediately expand an extended-day kindergarten program now offered at four of the district’s 10 elementary schools. Neights believes the board hasn’t moved fast enough to implement a 20-to-1 class limit – a move that would require the district to hire additional teachers and perhaps add classroom space – across the board. “One of the frustrations we’ve had is everybody said kindergarten was a no-brainer,” said A.J. Poulin, who spoke for the unavailable candidate. “They weren’t doing anything to implement it.” On other other side, de la Rosa and Larry Vanden Bos, a member of the district’s bond oversight committee and Rolling Hills Estates planning commissioner, say a more cautious approach should be followed. They support the expansion once the district completes a curriculum review and proper resources are identified.
ROSSES NEWS: St Patricks day celebrations – Burtonport 12-2Come and join us on St Patricks day 12 – 2 in St Columba’s community centre, Acres, Burtonport, for our annual St Patricks Day Celebration of Irish culture.Entertainment on the day is free and includes – traditional music and dancing, marching bands, traditional games, free tea/coffee and stew etc.. If you have money to spend however there will be plenty of ways in which to do it. There will be fun games, raffles, rickety wheel, lucky leprechaun’s hat etc… that you can spend your money on. All donations and takings on the day will go towards the local the local lifeboat and the local summer festival. This event is a bring and share event which means that we need as many of you as possible to bring along a tray of sandwiches, packet of biscuits/buns or some traditional baking, to share with others over a cup of tea and some craic. If anyone fancies trying your hand at traditional recipies such as fadge, boxty, pancakes, etc…. this would be greatly appreciated. In past years we have run out of food so we need as many donations of food as we can get.We would also appreciate help setting up the day before. We will be at the community centre from 1.00 on Saturday 16 March if you can help with the set up or if you’d like to drop in some baking. Looking forward to seeing you. Thank you.“Discover The Leprechauns Secret”Fun Family walk for St Patricks weekend: If you would like to find out where the local Burtonport Leprechauns are hiding their crock of gold and be in with a chance of winning it as a prize, then come along to “The Old Railway Walk” in Burtonport anytime between 10 o clock on Friday 15th and 6 o clock Monday 18th March. Local leprechauns will be out and about with clues which will reveal the crocks secret location. Register for the walk by picking up an entry form with details from “The Check Out Service Station”, Burtonport. Cost is €5 per family entry with all funds collected going towards developing “Playmatters” which is situated in the CDP, Dungloe. The Irish Duck RaceAs part of Burtonport’s St Patricks day celebrations the first “Irish Duck Race” will be held on St Patrick’s day in Meenbannad. Give your duck an Irish name and see how fast it can make its way to the finish line which will be under the bridge near Paddy Neilleys Pub in Meenbannad. Ducks are €5 each and are on sale at some local shops and post offices. Alternatively contact Donna at the Cope in Annagry or by phoning 0860730517 to purchase a duck. Only 100 ducks in the race with prize money totalling €300. All proceeds from The Irish Duck Race will be shared between lifeboat and Burtonport festival.The Burtonport Welcome CentreThe Welcome Centre will reopen for the 2013 season on Friday 15th March. from 8pm -10pm. The opening will consist of an arts and crafts exhibition. Exhibitions and events will continue through the season until the end of October. Submissions of paintings and sculpture will be acceptedon Wednesday 13th March from 2pm -5pm, should those times be unsuitable please contact email@example.com Craft exhibitors can set their stalls up from 10am on Friday 15th March RSVP BY EMAIL PLEASE. DD LOCAL: ROSSES COMMUNITY NEWS was last modified: March 10th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:burtonportrosses community news
FEATURES: It was an amazingly successful day at the Junk Kouture Northern Regional finals for Deele College, with three teams being selected for the grand final in the 3 Arena, which will pit the best student designers in the country against one another.While three of Deele’s entries made it to the final , the other three entries narrowly missed out on the short list but are still in the running and still hoping to be selected as a wildcard selection for the grand finale. The outfit ‘Trashparency’ made by Breenagh Golden, Shannon Collins and Chloe Lafferty ‘White Lightning’ made by Louise Brogan and Megan Barnett and ‘Osiris’ made by Diarmuid Drumm, Nicole Kelly and Coral Morning all made it through to the Grand Final.The outfits ‘Atlantic Queen’ made by Rebecca Quinn, Nicole Kavanagh and Shannon laird ‘Nailed It’ by Shannon McNamee, Rachel and Jessica Wood and lastly ‘Splish, Splash, Splosh’ by Courtney Downey, Louise Brogan and Rachel O’Donnell narrowly missed out on the shortlist.Louise Brogan from ‘White Lightning’ explained that their dress was made from shredded paper rolled into small quills, recycled crisp bags and broken CD’s. When her team began to make the dress they decided early on that they wanted to make a glamorous dress and they would take their time with it. They started in late October and finished earlier this year.She spoke about how long it took to curl up the paper using a quilling tool and each individual crisp bag had to be rolled up and cut into eight squares to make up the bottom of the dress. Louise said she and her team are really looking forward to the Grand Final. We would like to take this opportunity to wish all the teams good luck in the Grand Final which will be staged in the 3 Arena in Dublin on the 14th of April.DEELE COLLEGE STUDENTS SHOW ‘THRASHPARENCY’ FOR JUNK KOUTURE EVENT was last modified: March 10th, 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:deele collegeEntertainmentFeaturesJunk Kouturenews