Melbourne win Senior Cup

first_imgMelbourne are the 2016 champions of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) Senior Cup.The Nikita Miller-captained outfit, whose last hold on the two-day crown was in 2012, won the tournament after defeating first-time finalists St Thomas CA by 75 runs at Sabina Park yesterday.Resuming on 38 for two in their second innings and with an overall lead of 108 runs – after scoring 181 in their first time at bat – Melbourne were dismissed for 159, despite 59 from former national youth representative Omar Allison.Batting at number seven, stroke-playing Allison was best supported by opening batsman, Guyanese Trevon Griffith, who, after being not out 15 overnight, went on to post 37, and Andre McCarthy, who added seven to his overnight 11.MULTIPLE WICKETSLeading the way for St Thomas was off-spin all-rounder Marvin Darlington, who snared five for 41, and Jamaica left-arm fast bowler Gavan Brown, who, after picking up two for 22 on day one, went on to end with four for 47.St Thomas, who scored 111 in their first innings, were then set an outright victory target of 231. However, courtesy of the ever-reliable and in-form Miller, they were bowled out for 156.Bowling his usual tight lines and mixing variations, Miller was seconded by his left-arm counterpart and seasonal sidekick Christopher Lamont, who gathered three for 61 and standout teenage fast bowler Oshane Thomas, who started the demise with two for 23.Carlton Baugh Jr, captain of St Thomas, was the pick of the batsmen for the losers with 48, while former Jamaica youth captain Jamie Trenchfield, with whom Baugh put on a threatening 67 for the fifth wicket, made 25.The victory was sweet delight for Melbourne, who, during the preliminaries, went down to St Thomas on first-innings points.Also as well, last season, Melbourne had their win against the men from the east in the national one-day championship overturned by the JCA, due to the use of inadequate sightscreens. The JCA ruling eliminated Melbourne from the tournament.”It’s a pleasing win,” said Miller, whose team, in addition to the trophy, took home $500,000. “It’s also good to know that after losing to St Thomas in the group stages, we turned up and won when it mattered most.”last_img read more

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Spot Valley’s Reid chasing 800m record

first_imgTyrese Reid of Spot Valley High school is chasing the 30 year-old ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships record in the Class One 800m.Speaking after Reid had won his 1500m races at the JAAA/Jamalco Development meet at Halse Hall on Saturday, coach Kerron Grant underlined his conviction that his charge can get past the mark set in an iconic Boys Champs race in 1987.The Spot Valley student-athlete established the fastest high school 800m time at 1 minute 53.68 seconds on January 14. At Halse Hall, he also won his 1500m heat on 4 minutes 12.54 seconds and Grant assessed that run, saying: “His first 700m was behind what we expected but he complained about getting caught in the pack but that can be worked so nothing to worry about.”The fastest Class One 1500m run of the meet came from Tahjay Wilson of Bellefield, who looked comfortable in an effort that took 4 minutes 09.74 seconds in another heat.SHOW OF SPEEDReid finished the day with a show of his speed. He produced the second fastest Class One 400m time of the day at 50.91 seconds on the Halse Hall grass. The best circuit was crafted by Agerian Jackson of Christiana High in 50.29 seconds.Coach Grant explained that the Spot Valley standout is doing well in training.”He’s responding good to the work and he knows what we want to achieve for the season,” said Grant.Reid’s training programme is designed to bring him to peak performance at Champs, which starts on March 28.”Based on where he’s at now, he has another two weeks before his programme changes so he should be in at least 3.58, 3.57 shape by Champs,” Grant programmed. “That’s where we’re planning to be and for the 800m, we’re trying to get him to 1.48.”Informed that the Champs record has stood at 1 minute 48.84 seconds to Sherwin Burgess of Vere Technical since 1987, Grant calmly replied, “Well definitely, that’s why we’re chasing it because we have what it takes to do it.”That epic Champs race saw four boys break 1 minute 50 seconds, with Burgess edging Kenroy Levy of STETHS 1.48.84 to 1.48.86 with two others Fitzroy Morrison of STETHS and Mark Jones of Vere also under 1.50. The last Champs Class One final with a time that fast took place in 1990. Clevon Clair of Jamaica College won in 1 minute 49.51 seconds ahead of Michael Williams of St Jago High School whose time was 1 minute 49.96 seconds.last_img read more

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Thrilla in Malaysia fast shaping up

first_imgIn fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ De La Hoya, who failed to grace the event’s launch-off press conference in Manila last month, has vowed to be at ringside in Kuala Lumpur on July 15.Pacquiao, out of action for almost a whole year, will try very hard, but will his best be enough? And how much has Manny really got left?He now trains under boyhood buddy Buboy Fernandez, who has taken over Hall-of-Fame coach Freddie Roach.Pacquiao has not even bothered to talk about a possible knockout.At the same time, he has confided in his first day back in the gym that he would be fully focused on conditioning.ADVERTISEMENT 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 FEU not giving up as La Salle guns for crown Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Philippine senator and boxing hero Manny Pacquiao, left, and Argentine WBA welterweight champion Lucas Matthysse pose for photographers during a press conference in Manila, Philippines on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The two are scheduled to fight on July 15, in a World Boxing Association welterweight title fight in Malaysia. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)Not monumental, burning-bronze, possessed as Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier were in Manila in 1975, but there’s every reason to believe the super warriors in the Fight of Champions WBA world welterweight championship in Kuala Lumpur on July 15 can cause the main event to sizzle, soar and explode into a classic Thrilla in Malaysia.Both Lucas Matthysse, the WBA welterweight champion, and challenger Manny Pacquiao are solidly committed to give their hardest best for a defining victory that will ultimately decide their respective careers.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames He would be needing all the stamina he could gain and store in challenging a younger opponent.Pacquiao swore the Matthysse fight would be both dangerous and difficult.Pacquiao, 39, has personally chosen this killer test against a magnificent 35-year-old hammer man, who has knocked out 36 of the 39 opponents he has beaten.There’s nothing sure, there’s no turning back.There are signs the Fight of Champions could finish like the Thrilla in Manila in October 1975 which, as the badly beaten winner Muhammad Al would swear, “FELT LIKE DEATH.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding MOST READ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC There’s the promise of blazing tactical combat, it could also be bloody and very brutal, with the defending champion repeatedly crying he would be ready and willing to die to keep his three-month-old crown.Charge it to hunger on Matthysse’s part. He owns only one world title, compared to Pacquiao, who has reigned supreme in a total of eight world boxing classes.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 crownIt could also pale out as a clash between a plebe intruder against an all-time ring monarch.But we must believe boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya who said: Matthysse vs Pacquiao has all the makings of a Fight of the Year sure bet. Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feastlast_img read more

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Two break and enters in one week at one business

first_imgThe Fort St. John RCMP are requesting the publics assistance with two break and enters that occurred over the past four days at the same business.On Monday May 18th and Thursday May 21st, Gear Serious Fitness, located at 9828 98a avenue was broken into.  The break-ins both occurred in the early morning hours.  The culprits took shirts and hoodies from the store on both occasions.  Damage and loss to the store is in excess of $3,000.The Fort St. John RCMP are continuing to investigate these crimes and are asking anyone with information to contact police at 250-787-8140.  If you wish you can remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.crimestoppersfsj.ca- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Rooney agrees to join Derby as player coach in surprise switch

first_img0Shares0000Former England striker Wayne Rooney will join Derby in January © AFP/File / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 6 – Wayne Rooney said his long-term desire to go into management spurred his decision to leave DC United as the former England captain agreed a surprise deal to become player-coach of Championship side Derby on Tuesday.The record goalscorer for both England and Manchester United signed an 18-month contract with Derby and will officially join the second tier club in January 2020 once he has finished the MLS season. Derby’s interest in the former United star emerged shortly before the Rams, under new boss Phillip Cocu, opened their Championship campaign with a 2-1 victory at Huddersfield on Monday.Reports suggested Rooney’s wife Coleen was homesick and had returned to Britain with their children.Rooney conceded he was keen to come back to England but he is working to secure his coaching qualifications and insisted the chance to learn from former PSV Eindhoven boss Cocu was a major motivation for his unexpected move.“The opportunity to come back to England and play, but also to take up a coaching role with the club and work under Phillip was too great for me to turn down,” Rooney said at a press conference on Tuesday.“First and foremost I’m coming to play and to help the team, and second I want to learn off Phillip and his staff, to gain experience for when I do stop playing and go on to that next step.“There were other clubs making offers and enquiring about me but I made the decision to come here and that was it, I wasn’t going to go back on my decision.”The 33-year-old hopes his time at Pride Park is another step towards eventually becoming a manager, with a representative of the Football Association due to travel out to the United States next week to help his coaching progress.Rooney is the eighth member of England’s Euro 2004 squad to go into coaching or management after Frank Lampard, who is now in charge at Chelsea following a year at Derby, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard and Macclesfield manager Sol Campbell.Gary Neville flopped in a short stint with Valencia, his brother Phil is manager of the England Women’s team and John Terry is assistant to Dean Smith at Aston Villa, while Paul Scholes had a brief, ill-fated spell as Oldham boss last season.“I think it’s great to see them going into management but it’s not just about what they’re doing now,” Rooney said.“This is something I always had as an ambition to do. It’s great these young English managers are getting opportunities.“Over the last 15 or 20 years we’ve not seen so many great ex-England players coming through so it’s great to see them doing that.“It’s something I always wanted to do when the time is right so hopefully it’s something I can move into.”Cocu said Rooney’s experience would be a huge boost to the club as they seek to return to the Premier League for the first time since 2008.– Exceptional leader –“The inspiration and motivation this can generate is massive for all of our players from the first team right through to the youngsters in the academy,” he said of Rooney, who has scored 23 times in 43 DC United appearances since he joined from Everton on a three-year contract last year.Derby have signed a lucrative new shirt sponsorship deal on the back of Rooney’s signing, with the income helping to pay for his reported £100,000 ($122,000) per-week wages.Rooney’s return to England comes in the twilight of a glittering career that established him as an icon for club and country.His meteoric rise started in August 2002 when he made his debut for Everton aged just 16, becoming the Premier League’s youngest scorer with a superb long-range goal against Arsenal before his 17th birthday.During 13 years with United, whom he joined in 2004, Rooney won the Premier League five times, the Champions League, the FA Cup and three League Cups.Rooney is the second-highest scorer in Premier League history with 208 goals.He also broke Bobby Charlton’s record of 49 England goals, finishing with 53 from 120 appearances, but his time with the Three Lions is largely remembered for his disappointing performances in major tournaments.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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DONEGAL CRIME WAVE: POLITICIAN WANTS BORDER COUNTY SUPPORT OVER GARDA CUTS SCANDAL

first_imgAlan Shatter: Hasn’t got a clue, says McGowanA DONEGAL politician is taking the case for more Gardai in the county to the other Border counties – accusing Justice Minister Alan Shatter of completely ignoring the crime wave gripping the county.Cllr Patrick Mc Gowan claimed that following several failed attempts from the Donegal Joint Policing Committee to impress on Minister Shatter and the Gardai Commissioner the importance of Donegal being considered as a special case because of location he has been backed by other representatives in Border counties in the State.“I have now received support through the members of the Border Regional Authority to write to all Border Counties Joint Policing Committees and Local Authorities seeking agreement to lobby together for special consideration for policing in borders areas,” he said. “JPCs and Local Authorities in Cavan, Monaghan, Louth, Sligo and Leitrim will be contacted over the coming weeks in a effort to bring further pressure on the Minister and Senior Gardai Management.“In Donegal we are cut off from the rest of country by the North on one side and the sea on another side.“There is no possibility of getting back up from another Gardai Division in a neighboring County in case of an emergency,while at the same time the border presents criminals with an easy escape route.“I am and have been frustrated at the lack of support for the Donegal JPC since it began and I have no doubt that the ongoing cuts to Gardai numbers will be concentrated on rural areas first, leaving them wide open for all sorts of criminally.” Cllr McGowan said: “There is a continuing feeling of isolation among rural communities living in fear.“Recent reports coming from Rank and file Gardaí that Garda HQ do not understand that they can’t patrol a Frontier Border region such as Donegal without sufficient recourses should be taken on board by all the Oireachtas members representing the County.“I am afraid that Donegal is not being heard in Dublin and its perhaps time to replace those who jobs it is to represent us in the Capital.”He said Minister Shatter’s “attack” on Garda stations and Gardai resources has been “going on since he took up office and we are hearing that Gardai numbers will be cut further due to unprecedented retirements at a time when the force is under pressure and stretched beyond capacity.”He added: “It will take at least two years to train new Gardai from whatever time the Gardai training will commence . We are losing all the policing knowledge and experiences learned over the last few decades and when new recruits are ready to take the beat they will be with any experience or local knowledge.” DONEGAL CRIME WAVE: POLITICIAN WANTS BORDER COUNTY SUPPORT OVER GARDA CUTS SCANDAL was last modified: December 12th, 2013 by John2Share 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:Alan ShatterBorder policingcluelessdonegaldumbGarda resourcesuselesslast_img read more

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In Pictures: Donegal IFA holds urgent meeting on weather

first_imgThe impact of dire weather on farmers in Donegal was discussed at a meeting held by Donegal IFA held on Tuesday, September 26th in the Mill Park Hotel Donegal Town.The meeting was attended by more than 70 people who have been affected and are facing a significant loss of fodder due to the poor conditions over the past number of months.Aidan Murray of Teagasc was the keynote speaker on the night and discussed the options available to farmers from a fodder and stock point of view. Aidan gave an in-depth presentation on the costings around keeping suckler cows in the areas affected by these conditions. John O’Connell, a farmer from County Leitrim discussed the changes he had to make to survive in farming on land that sees as much rain as South and West Donegal. John advised that maximising stocking rate while decreasing the weight of the animals he held on his farm were key to survival on heavy land.IFA Deputy President, Richard Kennedy along with County Chairman Michael Chance spent the afternoon in Donegal visiting farmers affected by the poor weather conditions.Reacting to the conditions on the farms he visited, Richard Kennedy said, “This is a real eye opener to see the hardship farmers are going through in the area. Not having second cut silage finished at this stage is a nightmare for these farmers who now find themselves housing animals with winter effectively landed.”The Deputy President warned that the early winter and increased cost of keeping animals for a prolonged winter will have adverse effects on farm incomes in the region. at the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive Wassonat the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive WassonSpeakers at the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. from left are Richard Kennedy, IFA Deputy President, Miffy Hoad, Heart Space Facilitation, Adrian Gallagher, County Secretray, Michael Chance, Donegal IFA Chairman, John O’Connell, Leitrim Farmer and Aidan Murray, Teagasc. Photo Clive Wassonat the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive Wassonat the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive Wassonat the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive Wassonat the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive WassonSpeakers at the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Seated from left are Michael Chance, Donegal IFA Chairman, Richard Kennedy, IFA Deputy President and Adrian Gallagher, County Secretray. Back from left Marcus O’Halloran , County Development Officer, Miffy Hoad, Heart Space Facilitation, Aidan Murry,Teagasc, Brendan McLaughlin, Donegal Vice Chairman, John O’Connell, Leitrim Farmer Photo Clive WassonRaymond Henry and Martin Meehan at the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive WassonEpoin Gallagher, William McElhinney adn John McGrory at the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive WassonJames Dunleavy and Tony Gildea at the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive Wassonpatrick Rooney and Joseph Dunleavy at the special IFA meeting in Donegal Town to discuss problems relating to weather, farm payments and farming related problem. Photo Clive WassonIn Pictures: Donegal IFA holds urgent meeting on weather was last modified: September 28th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:donegal ifafarmingweatherlast_img read more

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Communities encouraged to spend time with older neighbours during festive period

first_imgPeople are being encouraged to spend time with their elderly neighbours this winter, and to ensure that they have enough essential items, groceries, and fuel. Older person’s charity Alone, the Gardaí, and Dublin Fire Brigade are urging members of the public to check in on older people in their community this winter.Ardmhéara Mícheál Mac Donncha says that the winter months can be a difficult time for many people who may feel vulnerable, alone and isolated. “It can be a very frightening experience to be without shelter, warmth, food or essential items such as medication,” he says.“We are appealing to all to look out for the older people in your community who may live alone, have no family or may be at risk of suffering from fuel poverty, illness or loneliness. This campaign represents the community working together.”In 2012, 5% of Irish people over the age of 65 who lived alone were unable to keep their homes adequately warm. This rose to 10% in 2013.Seán Moynihan, CEO of ALONE commented, “Cold temperatures can have a serious affect on many older people, in particular those living alone, those with health issues, and those with limited mobility. “Given that 50% of Excess Winter Deaths (EWDs) experienced in Ireland can be linked to poor thermal efficiency in the dwellings, ALONE is urging older people to take extra care and encouraging those who are concerned about their own wellbeing during the cold weather to call for assistance and help if needed.”Alone are encouraging older people to prioritize their spending on heating during the winter months. For those who are struggling to keep up with utilities bills, you can reach out to your utilities company to set up a payment plan.ALONE has volunteers and staff ready to act on requests for assistance and can advise on issues relating to food, heat, or medication. Further information, including advice and tips for older people in cold weather conditions, can be found on www.alone.ie.For those who have concerns about their own wellbeing, or the wellbeing of a vulnerable older person in the community, ALONE can be contacted on (01) 679 1032 or visit www.alone.ie.So why not pop in for tea, check they have milk and bread, or offer to grab a bucket of turf? These small gestures will be very much appreciated by your neighbours. Communities encouraged to spend time with older neighbours during festive period was last modified: December 1st, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:aloneCHristmasCommunityDecemberelderlyolderpeoplelast_img read more

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Coast Guard helicopter tasked to Donegal GAA pitch to transfer casualty

first_imgThe Rescue 118 helicopter was dispatched to the Kilcar GAA pitch yesterday to transport a man to hospital in Derry.The Killybegs Coast Guard were tasked to the pitch in Towney to set up a landing area for the Sligo Coast Guard’s helicopter to land.A HSE ambulance had attended the scene after a man attending the All-County League Division 1 game between Kilcar and Milford suffered a suspected heart attack. Killybegs Coast Guard members assisted as the man was transferred to Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry, where he underwent surgery.The Kilcar club have extended their thanks to those who attended to the man.“There was a bit of panic for a while, but thankfully it happened with so many good people around to help,” a spokesperson said.Coast Guard helicopter tasked to Donegal GAA pitch to transfer casualty was last modified: April 16th, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare 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:kilcarKillybegs Coast GuardMilfordRESCUE 118last_img read more

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Discover new for 182 at Divers Hyundai Open Week

first_imgWith the National Hyundai Open Weekend clashing with the Donegal International Rally, the team at Divers Hyundai have decided to hold their ‘Open Week’ from tomorrow Friday 8th to Saturday next 16th June to launch our 182 registrations:For your convenience, we will be open all day this Saturday 9th from 10am.If you are thinking about a new car for the July 182 now is the time to call to our premises on Canal Road and view the full Hyundai range in stock. You can avail of 5 Years Unlimited Warranty: 5 Years AA Roadside Assistance: 5 Years Free Health Check plus you can choose from one of the following 5 Years Free Servicing or 3.9% APR Finance or scrappage up to €5,000. Hyundai’s range includes the ever popular i10: i20: i30: i30 fastback: i30 Tourer : i40: Ioniq, the all new Santa Fe, not forgetting the award winning Tucson and the all new Kona that is turning heads everywhere it goes. You can also view the i30N that has been getting fantastic reviews from all media sources both nationally and internationally since its launch.The all new Santa FeThe all new Santa Fe that will be arriving in our premises very soon marks a significant break with previous models, gaining much more distinctive styling electronically-controlled four-wheel drive system, called HTRAC. FINANCELet your Finance worries be our concern, we invite you to sit down with our sales team and discuss your own individual requirements. Talk to us confidentially and we will provide a package to suit you.WELCOMEHere at Divers Hyundai we pride ourselves in customer service so your new car purchase is just the beginning of a journey that will see us develop a relationship with all our customers from purchase right through to change.We welcome customers old and new along to our premises where you can view the full Hyundai range and look forward to meeting you during our Open Week, and remember we are open this Saturday from 9th. June all day from 10am.Discover new for 182 at Divers Hyundai Open Week was last modified: June 5th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare 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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