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Gardai uncover county Limerick grow house

first_imgLinkedin Twitter Email Facebook Previous articleGAA – Semi final weekendNext articleEmergency services respond to river call Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsAppcenter_img Print NewsBreaking newsGardai uncover county Limerick grow houseBy Staff Reporter – October 2, 2015 844 Detective Gardai, as part of an ongoing  intelligence lead operation, searched a house at Mountpleasant, Kildimo, Co Limerick together with Gardai from Newcastle West and the Divisional Drug Unit from Henry St on Thursday night last uncovering a grow house.During the course of the search Gardai discovered a cannabis plant cultivation operation in place at the house.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A total of €140,000 worth of cannabis plants (pending analysis) at various stages of maturity were discovered.The scene was preserved for a technical examination, there were no arrest. Investigations are continuing.Supt Tom O’Connor deecribed this as a sizable seizure.These operations use advanced analytical and intelligence methods to disrupt criminals and dismantle their networks.Drug seizures play a critical role in targeting the livelihood of criminals and reducing their ability to carry out illegal activities.Drug seizures also help protect communities from the devastating impact of drugs and the associated criminality. Advertisementlast_img read more

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Watch Prince, Jimmy Fallon, Bill Murray, And More Perform ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ At SNL Afterparty

first_imgIn February of 2015, Prince crashed SNL’s 40th anniversary afterparty. There were no plans for him to perform that night, though, until Jimmy Fallon reportedly dared him to. “All of a sudden, the crowd parts and there’s purple smoke and the dude, just floating towards the stage,” the television host remembers.As Prince made it to the stage, he pronounces, “Dearly inebriated,” before going right into “Let’s Go Crazy.” Immediately, celebrity performers, including Fallon, Chris Rock, Bill Murray, Martin Short, Emma Stone, members of HAIM, and Maya Rudolph (who fronts the tribute band, Princess) rushed to the stage to perform beside the Purple One.While this incredibly musical happening has only been seen through a few fort clips on the Instagram, former SNL cast member Tim Kazurinsky has finally shared the full performance. You can watch it below:Fallon recounts the evening on the next day’s episode. You can watch it below:Tonight, SNL will honor Prince with a 90-minute special, entitled “Goodnight Sweet Prince,” which will feature various clips from his many appearance on the television show over the years.[H/T CoS]last_img read more

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Extra time heartbreak for Sars

first_imgThey trailed 1-8 to 0-8 points at half time with a long range Pauric Mahony goal the difference at the interval.A Conor Stakelum goal put Sars in front midway through the second half but it eventually finished all square at the end of normal time.It was edge of the seat stuff for the 2,864 spectators at Walsh Park during 20 minutes of extra time.Ballygunner proved strongest and despite the best efforts of Thurles Sarsfields ended the game 1-21 to 1-19 winners.Afterwards Sars Coach Paddy McCormack said the team were naturally disappointed with the result. Thurles Sarsfields hopes of Munster club championship glory have ended in defeat at the quarter-final stage.Extra time was needed to separate Sars and Waterford Champions Ballygunner in their clash at Walsh Park.The Tipp champions never controlled the game and only led for brief periods. Photo © Tipp FMlast_img read more

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Frustrating end to tournament for Bombers

first_imgDavid Grey and Jaden Dyck have given LVR the two-goal advantage.Earlier in the day, the Bombers thumped Crowe Hawks in a physical encounter between the two West Kootenay rivals.Jonah Thiele and Nigel Ziegler scored for the Bombers.Marzicola was in goal for both games.Mount Baker thumped Crowe 3-0 to capture the top prize in the three-team round robin tourney.Liddell and Company now prepare for the Zones this weekend hosted in Trail.The young Bombers are ranked second heading into the five-team tournament behind David Thompson Lakers of Invermere.Crowe is third –ranked team in the tournament followed by Prince Charles of Creston and Golden Eagles.Golden and Creston will play off this week to determine the final team in the tournament.The winner represents the Kootenays at the BC High School AA Boy’s Soccer Championships next month in November. L.V. Rogers finished with a 1-0-1 record at the Bomber Invitational High School Boy’s Soccer Tournament Friday at the Lakeside Pitch.The Bombers opened with a 2-0 win over J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks of Trail before tying Mount Baker Wild of Cranbrook 2-2 in a wild finish later in the day.The tie against the Wild was a frustrating way to conclude the tournament for the Bombers.Leading 2-0 with the game winding down, but with the sun in the face of keeper Ryder Marzicola, Mount Baker was able to score twice in the dying minutes to secure the single point.“With the sun falling low . . . (Mount Baker) made a shot which careened off two players up and over our keeper Ryder Marzicola,” Bomber coach Simon Liddell explained.“Then with one minute to go another looping shot snuck through.”last_img read more

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SINGLE TICKET PAYS $319,148 AS SANTA ANITA THURSDAY PICK SIX POOL ATTRACTS $322,648 IN ‘NEW MONEY,’ TOTALING $432,490

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 2, 2017)–With a carryover from Sunday of $71,437 to take aim at, punters wagered $322,648 in “new money” Thursday, which coupled with a Single Ticket Pick Six Jackpot carryover of $38,404, created a total Santa Anita Pick Six pool of $432,490.Purchased for $648.00 through TwinSpires.com, there was just one winning ticket Thursday and it was worth a whopping $319,148.First post time for an eight-race card on Friday at Santa Anita is at 1 p.m.  The Pick Six will begin with race three, which has an approximate post time of 2 p.m. PT. SINGLETON PURCHASED THROUGH TWINSPIRES.COM FOR $648.00last_img

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