Horoscopes By PsychicDeb for March 2018

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Aries – Mercury in your 1st house. New feelings of self-worth are generated by contact with a fiery type. You’ll come to life and realize the value of love in your existence. Dress sharply, wear bold colors, and be willing to stand out in a crowd. A romantic drama is about to unfold.Taurus – Venus in your 12th house – a secret meeting involves much talk, action and possibly a transformation of your views. Someone who is researching a special area wants to share information. Listen and be encouraging; romance can develop if you pay attention.Gemini – Mercury in your 11th house. A party mood surrounds you. You’ll be restless, happy-go-lucky, and a trifle careless about details. Membership in a group or organization sets the stage for a joyful adventure. Romance is light-hearted, not serious.Cancer – Saturn opposite your natal Sun. You don’t have to push so hard this month. Sit back; enjoy what you already own to the fullest. Show appreciation to a close relative who drops by. Memories of old times seem especially sweet and valuable. A tour of an old area brings pleasure.Leo – Ruling planet in your 8th house. You surge into the high lunar cycle, enabling you to express yourself in an inspiring way. Focus on your interest in mysticism, occult or other spiritual studies. Knowledge you have gained can be shared with one who is presently downcast.Virgo – Ruling planet in your 8th house. This month’s accent is on family and domestic adjustments. A loved one who feels undue limitations will confess impatience. It’s up to you to play the master diplomat. You’ll see the way to bring balance to the situation with a special, loving gift. Ask Libra for advice.Libra – Ruling planet in your 7th house. This month finds you in a leadership role, providing common-sense answers to tense situations. A partner, mate or associate turns to you for strength and encouragement. Differences of opinion fade away as you take charge. Capricorn and Cancer play roles.Scorpio – Jupiter in your 1st house. This month’s accent is on communication; e-mails and phone calls have piled up, waiting for your attention. Take time to do a thorough job with paperwork. Read a contract shrewdly; don’t take anything for granted. Follow rules and regulations.Sagittarius – Ruling planet in your 12th house. You’ll see how to present an old product in a new package. This puts you in one top spot for a step upwards in life. Romance takes place in glamorous surroundings where people with money gather. A Leo pays you a big compliment.Capricorn – Ruling planet in your 1st house. Don’t be impatient for rewards from a recent career move. Money is on its way. Meanwhile relax; spend more time with old friends and family members. You’ll gain a feeling of security that’s so needed right now. Cancer and Capricorn people make you feel comfortable this month.Aquarius – Ruling planet in your 3rd house. Energies may be scattered; try to finish one thing before you start another. Many errands in your local neighborhood could waste your time unless you plan ahead. A cheerful attitude will make you popular with daily associates. A Sagittarian plays a key role.Pisces – Ruling planet in your 1st house. It’s time to settle down and make a decision about your future direction. Organize your thoughts; make lists and schedules. It’s possible you recently overlooked the birthday or anniversary of a pal. Make amends; you’ve been strung out lately. Leo plays a key role.If You Know Your Rising Sign, Consult The Horoscope For That Sign As WellPsychicdeb has been a professional astrologer for over 25 years. She teaches Astrology for a nominal fee. Psychicdeb also uses the tarot to do psychic readings channeling her spirit guide Helen. Reiki is one of her obsessions. She is a Reiki Master and loves to teach others the benefits of Reiki. Call 516-236-7729 for an appointment in her private office. Or you can find her at the Original Psychic Fairs on Sundays. A listing of the Fair dates can be found on her website at astro-mate.org or join the Facebook page: Facebook.com/The-Original-Long-Island-Psychic-Fairlast_img read more

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Golden Jaguars could face Panama in June

first_img21PRESIDENT of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Wayne Forde told Chronicle Sport yesterday that the Golden Jaguars could face CONCACAF powerhouse Panama in the next FIFA International break in June (3-13).Forde had pledged to ensure that the Golden Jaguars – Guyana’s senior national football team – play on every FIFA international break. Guyana have already played Martinique in a goalless draw last Tuesday at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground in Linden.Speaking exclusively to Chronicle Sport, Forde pointed out that the GFF is in talks with several teams in CONCACAF, including Panama, Dominica and French Guiana, for possible games in June.According to Forde, “We’re talking with a few countries but I don’t want to give out much information at this time because, like I said, we’re still working on them. As soon as we (the GFF) have something confirmed and solid, we will make that announcement.”Forde said that the move is in keeping with a promise made upon taking office to revive the Golden Jaguars brand, to market it to the point where they could attract some of the top teams within the region and further afield.In 2012, at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez in Panama City, a team captained by now Jaguars assistant coach Charles ‘Lily’ Pollard, fell 2-0 to Panama.Guyana and Dominica have faced each other five times with the Golden Jaguars winning four of those encounters and drawing nil in their last meeting which was during the 2014 Caribbean Cup.Both French Guiana and Panama will feature in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, with the French Department falling in Group A alongside Costa Rica, Canada and Honduras. Panama will face Martinique, the USA and Nicaragua in Group B.Meanwhile, the GFF president did not state if those games will be played in Guyana or at home of the opposition.last_img read more

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Junior Caribbean Squash Championships

first_imgGuyana open team competition with wins against Bermuda, Cayman IslandsGUYANA’S Daniel Islam played the match of his life last night at the squash courts of the Georgetown Club but still went down in a rematch against Taylor Carrick, as the Guyana Boys team closed off with a 4-0 win over Bermuda, matching the 4-0 finish that the Girls team ended with yesterday morning when they came up against the Cayman Islands.As the first day of team competition in the Junior Caribbean Squash Championships commenced yesterday, Guyana started things off on the right footing, letting rivals know early on that the home team will be pulling out all the stops as they hunt for that exciting 13th team title.Unlike in the Boys’ Under-17 third-place playoff which ended in a 3-0 win for Carrick, yesterday’s rematch went to the wire, as Islam fought to avenge his earlier loss, and Carrick sought to ensure his team did not go out without at least one match win.In the end the cookie crumbled for Carrick but he was made to sweat for it every step of the way in the nail-biting five-setter. Despite the outcome the Guyana Boys’ team captain, Benjamin Mekdeci, was very proud of the “cutthroat” action that he saw from the boys, on their opening day.Guyana’s Daniel Islam (right) plays against Bermuda’s Taylor Carrick.“I feel every person on this team today gave their all, I mean sometimes we didn’t get the outcome we hoped for. We really wanted the 5-0, but we just have to go into our next match with the same mentality: cutthroat. We just need to do our best in the coming matches,” Mekdeci said.Mekdeci himself had his own intense battle when he got the ball rolling for the Boys’ team, taking on Bermuda’s Anaya Smith, and winning 11-3, 11-8, 11-3.It was 17-year-old Alexander Cheeks’ match against 13-year-old Matthew Elliott, which first gt the ample gathering of supporters fired up, as the young player gave Cheeks a run for his money. The modest 11-3, 11-2, 11-6 score did not do justice to the hard work that Elliott had to put in for every point he ekcd out against Cheeks out on the courts.The Bermudan handled many of Cheeks’ drop shots well and even had the Guyanese diving for a few of his own.Michael Alphonso had perhaps the easiest match among the Boys, triumphing 11-3, 11-1, 11-3 against Graham Moss. Boys’ Under-15 champion Shomari Wiltshire also closed in a straight-set win 11-7, 11-9, 11-0 against Charlie Riker.It all went down to Islam for him to see if Guyana could start off with wins in all five matches. Carrick was already established as the stronger player when the two met last Tuesday, but there was just a little more determination from Islam.Islam came out charging and was rewarded with the first game 11-7. Before Carrick could recover Islam bagged the second game with an improved 11-3 margin this time. Carrick realised he needed to tighten his game or he was about to lose his match, and he came out gunning for the third.Carrick’s increased aggression and the pressure of the match began to get to Islam. The situation was only compounded, as a number of strokes were awarded against him, the first one coming as he held the third set 10-7 in his favour. From there things crumbled for Islam, and Carrick’s drop shots were more than he could handle, ending the set 12-10, for the Bermudan.Both players fiercely stormed out back onto the court for the fourth set/ A well-placed drop shot from Taylor gave him the first point and set the tone of the match. Taylor, however, was also dealt his share of strokes as the intensity of the match increased.The set went 11-9 for Carrick before he returned and wrapped up the match 11-7.Earlier yesterday morning Girls’ team captain Taylor Fernandes continued to lead by example, defeating Emma Turnbull in straight sets 11-4, 11-5, 11-8.It was Kirsten Gomes, however, who had started the team’s good luck when she locked off a simple win against Olivia Kluyver, in a replay of her Girls’ Under=13 quarter-finals match. The Girls Under-13 finalist had an even easier time this time around, hardly giving Kluyver a chance to get in a few points, winning 11-1, 11-0, 11-3.Abosaide Cadogan followed by scoring a similar straight set 11-1, 11-2, 11-1 win against Shaelah Parchment-Henry. Girls’ team captain Taylor Fernandes continued to lead by example, and added another win for the team, when she disposed of Emma Turnbill 11-4, 11-5, 11-8.Makeda Harding’s loss to Jade Pitcairn tarnished the Girls’ winning streak. Although she gave it her all, Harding again came up short. Giving an improved performance, she drove the match to a four-set fight. She won the first set 11-5, but faltered as Pitcairn collected the next three sets 11-8, 11-9, 11-8.The girls final win went to Rebecca Lowe who beat Kali MacLean in another four-setter, ending 6-11, 12-10, 11-4, 11-5.last_img read more

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