Email Print Linkedin Advertisement Andrew Carey [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up INVESTIGATIONS are underway by Gardai in Bruff after reports of a man brandishing a firearm around Cappamore were made this week.Emergency 999 calls were made by a number of locals after a male was seen on Tuesday afternoon with a gun in the Main Street.It is understood that the firearm was not discharged in the village but Bruff Gardai are making inquiries to ascertain the identity of the individual involved. No arrest have been made. Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleSpace station to light Limerick sky on Christmas EveNext articleLimerick public urged to prevent waste Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Facebook NewsMan seen brandishing gun on Main StreetBy Staff Reporter – December 24, 2014 828
4 Garden Grove, Carrara. 4 Garden Grove, Carrara.THIS riverfront homehas an “old-school” character rarely seen on the property market today.Owner Ruth Duthie said its peaked roof and brick and Tasmanian oak features were all part of its charm.“It’s a very warm home, it’s got a lot of character,” Mrs Duthie said.4 Garden Grove, Carrara.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago4 Garden Grove, Carrara.She and her husband have lived in the property with their children for the past 16 years.She said they had put a lot of work into it over the years, including repainting, fixing bathrooms and re-landscaping the entire property, so hoped the new owners “love it the way it is.”4 Garden Grove, Carrara.
KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – Leaders Guyana Jaguars resumed the Regional Four-Day Championship in the same manner they ended it at the Christmas Break, by dominating the opening day of the eighth round match against Jamaica Scorpions here yesterday.Opting to bowl first at Sabina Park, they bundled out Scorpions for 106 and then reached 75 for three at the close – 31 runs adrift of the lead heading into day two. .The three-time defending champions were heading to the close strongly at 57 for one but lost two quick wickets to lose some of their momentum.Sent in earlier, Scorpions folded meekly, with Test batsman Jermaine Blackwood and wicketkeeper Aldaine Thomas getting the joint top score of 24.They were two of four batsmen in double figures but the only ones to pass 15.Scorpions were undermined by returning West Indies left-arm seamer Raymon Reifer (3-21) and fellow pacer Keemo Paul (3-15) who grabbed three wickets apiece.Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul extended his healthy form with two for 25.Scorpions were in early trouble when they lost John Campbell for one, with two on the board in the third over, but Blackwood anchored two small stands to revive the innings.He put on 29 for the second wicket with Assad Fudadn (11) and a further 27 for the third with Brandon King (13).Once he perished, however, the last six wickets tumbled for 43 runs in quick time.Jaguars too stumbled early when Akshaya Persaud fell without scoring in the second over of the innings but Chandrapaul Hemraj counter-attacked with 47 off 53 balls to repair the damage.The left-hander struck eight fours and a six, adding 53 for the second wicket with captain Leon Johnson who made 13.However, both fell in the space of nine balls in successive overs, as Scorpions hit back late on. SCORPIONS 1st inningsJ. Campbell b Paul 1A. Fudadin c wkp. Bramble b Joseph 11J. Blackwood lbw b Permaul 24B. King c wkp. Bramble b Reifer 13P. Palmer c Paul b Reifer 7F. Allen stp. Bramble b Permaul 0A. Thomas not out 24D. Green c wkp. Bramble b Reifer 0D. Jacobs b Paul 8N. Miller c wkp. Bramble b Paul 2R. Leveridge run-out 0Extras: (b-5, nb-11) 16Total: (all out, 36.2 overs) 106Fall of wickets: 1-2, 2-31, 3-58, 4-63, 5-67, 6-69, 7-69, 8-86, 9-90.Bowling: Paul 8.2-3-15-3, Joseph 8-2-39-1, Permaul 10-3-25-2, Reifer 9-2-21-3, Persaud 1-0-1-0.JAGUARS 1st inningsC. Hemraj c Green b Miller 47A. Persaud lbw b Leveridge 0L. Johnson c Palmer b Green 13V. Singh not out 10S. Chanderpaul not out 3Extras: (b-1, l-b1) 2Total: (3 wkts, 22 overs) 75Fall of wickets: 1-4, 2-57, 3-63.Bowling: Green 6-1-24-1, Leveridge 7-1-22-1, Blackwood 2-0-8-0, Miller 6-2-16-1, Campbell 1-0-3-0.Position: Jaguars trail by 31 runs with seven wickets intact.