Man charged with murder of Limerick mother

first_imgNewsMan charged with murder of Limerick motherBy Staff Reporter – April 1, 2015 630 A 41-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Limerick woman Margot Seery in 1994.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Howard Kelly, with an address at Osprey Apartments, Naas, Co. Kildare was arrested last Friday morning in the Kimmage area of Dublin before being brought to court.He was brought to Rathmines Garda station where he was charged with the murder of Margot Seery at Kenilworth Square in Dublin on October 8, 1994. Ms Seery was 49 at the time of her death.Kelly appeared before Judge Michael Walsh at Dublin District Court as Detective Garda Gabriel Duffy indicated that the matter would proceed by way of trial on indictment and that the book of evidence had yet to be completed.Given the nature of the charge, Judge Walsh said he would remand the defendant in custody to appear at Cloverhill District Court next week. Bail can only be adjudicated on by the High Court.Granting free legal aid, the Judge said he was taking account of the fact that defence solicitor Stephen Walsh said that Mr Kelly “has mental health difficulties” and he ordered that all medical assistance should be granted to the accused while in custody.The body of Margot Seery was exhumed from Rathkeale Cemetery on September 16, 2014 and taken to University Hospital Limerick where a post-mortem examination was performed by deputy State pathologist, Dr Michael Curtis.Following the post-mortem examination, the remains were re-interred and a man was arrested and questioned in relation to the death. A file was then prepared for the DPP which subsequently led to the charges being made against Howard Kelly. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April TAGSfeaturedmargot seery First Irish death from Coronavirus Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended WhatsApp Linkedin Print No vaccines in Limerick yet center_img Previous articleLaunch night for Limerick Film Festival 2015Next articleCraft your network at ‘Business After Hours’ Chamber event Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Advertisement Facebook Twitter Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

MBB : Syracuse at Marquette breakdown

first_img Comments Beat writer predictionsTony OliveroMarquette 73, Syracuse 69Everything that could have gone wrong for this Syracuse team since its 18-0 start has gone wrong. It’s a true time of reflection, and against maybe the most overachieving team in the conference, the team that may be underachieving the most won’t have the mental fortitude on the road.Andrew L. JohnMarquette 76, Syracuse 73Seton Hall may have been the wake-up call Syracuse needed, but Marquette sees blood in the water.Brett LoGiuratoMarquette 81, Syracuse 72Panic. Spelled B-O-E-H-E-I-M. Point GuardScoop Jardine6-2, 190, JR.12.9 PPG, 5.6 APGDwight BuycksAdvertisementThis is placeholder text6-3, 190, SR.10.7 PPG, 3.9 APGBuycks is a steady senior point guard who has a 1.82 assist-to-turnover ratio. That doesn’t best Jardine’s 2.0 ratio, but heading into this game, Jardine has looked like anything but a seasoned point guard.Shooting GuardBrandon Triche6-4, 205, SO.10.3 PPG, 3.1 APGDarius Johnson-Odom6-2, 215, JR.16.5 PPG, 2.7 APGIt doesn’t get any easier for the top of the Orange’s 2-3 zone after Jeremy Hazell shredded it Tuesday. Johnson-Odom is perhaps the most underrated guard in the conference, and his slashing will test Triche and Scoop Jardine’s defensive will early.Small ForwardKris Joseph6-7, 210, JR.15.1 PPG, 4.9 RPGJimmy Butler6-7, 220, JR.15.5 PPG, 6.4 RPGButler led the Golden Eagles with 21 points on 50 percent shooting from the field and 100 percent shooting from the line in the tough loss to Connecticut Tuesday. He is the do-everything player who will log 33 to 38 minutes.Power ForwardRick Jackson6-9, 240, SR.13.1 PPG, 11.8 RPGJae Crowder6-6, 225, JR.13.0 PPG, 6.9 RPGCrowder could be the Golden Eagles’ X-factor against the SU zone, finding seams everywhere from the 3-point line to the block. He is a jack-of-all-trades who shoots 41 percent from 3, yet he hauls in seven rebounds per game.CenterFab Melo7-0, 44, FR.2.1 PPG, 1.9 RPGChris Otule6-11, 260, SO.4.8 PPG, 2.5 RPGOtule is one of the Big East’s young starting centers who most closely resemble Melo. He only plays about 14 minutes per game, but in those minutes the sophomore does much more than Melo, averaging close to five points per game on 60 percent shooting.CoachJim Boeheim848-296, 34 seasonsBuzz Williams74-45, 3 seasonsWilliams is 0-2 vs. Boeheim, but he has found a way of holding his own during his time in the Big East. He’s 27-17 in the conference since taking over prior to the 2008-09 season and has had success against some of the top teams in the league.Free throws• Saturday’s game will be played on National Marquette Day, a day designated for fans to show off their Marquette pride.• Marquette is 0-5 vs. Syracuse since joining the Big East prior to the 2005 season. Since then, the Golden Eagles have beaten Big East powers Connecticut, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Georgetown, West Virginia and Villanova.• Marquette’s four leading scorers have shot 108-of-269 (40 percent) from 3-point range this season. Syracuse has struggled to stop shooters during its current losing streak.Stat to know: 2006The last year Syracuse lost four consecutive games. SU will try to break its three-game losing skid against Marquette.Big number: 22The margin by which Marquette beat then-No. 11 Notre Dame inside the Bradley Center on Jan. 10. Published on January 26, 2011 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

El Clasico: Special Cameras for Ronaldo, Messi

first_imgTo ensure that fans don’t miss out on any of the action, the fixture’s leading lights, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, will both be tracked by dedicated player cameras throughout the 90 minutes.Two cameras will get up-close and personal with the Portuguese striker and the Argentine forward, allowing supporters to feast their eyes on every last move made by the global stars. The same applies to the two men in the dugouts, with a pair of cameras set to be trained on Zinedine Zidane and Ernesto Valverde right from the first whistle.In an effort to make television viewers feel as if they were lapping up the action from a seat in the stands, the Bernabeu is also to be equipped with a virtual Be The Player camera, which features Intel’s 360° technology and represents a first for a LaLiga broadcast.This camera captures events from the player’s perspective, offering spectators the same view of the match as their heroes.Another new feature which is set to be rolled out is the Laser Wall, a virtual wall that provides viewers with a clearer picture in relation to whether players are located in offside positions.For the first time in La Liga history, El Clasico will be produced in its entirety in 4K-HDR resolution. In addition, the coverage will break new ground with the 30 cameras to be deployed representing a global record for a 4K broadcast.By way of contrast, in the 2017 UEFA Champions League final in Cardiff, 10 real-time 4K cameras were used, with the remainder being HD to 4K upgrades sourced from the HD broadcast.Meanwhile, Pay TV channel, SuperSport has promised that the match will be broadcast Live and in HD on SuperSport 7, as DStv viewers join some 650 million people in 188 countries around the world in watching.Also, the game is going to be aired live to subscribers on the GOtv MAX package.Speaking on the epic football duel, the General Manager, Marketing and Sales for MultiChoice Nigeria, Mr. Martin Mabutho, said: “Every year, millions of people around the world tune in to watch the spectacle that is the ‘El Clasico’, a battle between two of the biggest Spanish clubs in world football. SuperSport has always ensured that Nigerians are not left out of the thrilling encounter and this year is no different. The clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona will be broadcast LIVE on SuperSport, and our viewers should tune in to find out who edges the other out: will it be Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi?”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram  Live Action on DStv & GOtvSaturday’s encounter between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, the first Clasico of the 2017/18 campaign produced by Mediapro, will feature the use of technology befitting what is considered to be the greatest fixture in world football.The game’s biggest two clubs go head-to-head at the Santiago Bernabeu in a contest that will be beamed live to followers in 182 countries. The millions of television viewers will be made to feel as if they were at the game themselves thanks to the ground-breaking technology in place for the eagerly anticipated showdown.last_img read more

NFL playoff clinching scenarios for Cowboys, Packers, Ravens, others in Week 16

first_imgMORE: Updated NFL playoff pictureThree divisions already had been clinched entering Week 16, and two more were settled this week, as the Patriots and Texans became champions of the AFC East and AFC South, respectively.In addition, two teams that had not yet clinched playoff berths, the Vikings and Texans, did so in Week 16.Below are all the NFL playoff clinching scenarios for the six teams that had chances to stamp their postseason statuses in Week 16, followed by a complete playoff picture.NFL playoff clinching scenarios for Week 16Green Bay Packers (11-3)(at Vikings)Packers clinch NFC North title with:Packers win or tieDallas Cowboys (7-7)(at Eagles)Cowboys clinch NFC East title with:Cowboys winMinnesota Vikings (10-4)(vs. Packers)Vikings clinch playoff berth with:Vikings win or tie ORRams loss or tie(UPDATE: The Vikings clinched a playoff berth with the Rams’ loss to the 49ers on Saturday.)MORE: How Vikings can win NFC North over PackersBaltimore Ravens (12-2)(at Browns)Ravens clinch a first-round bye with:Ravens win or tie ORChiefs loss or tie ORPatriots lossRavens clinch home-field advantage throughout AFC playoffs with:Ravens win ORRavens tie AND Patriots loss or tie ORChiefs loss or tie AND Patriots loss(UPDATE: The Ravens clinched the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs with their win over the Browns on Sunday.)New England Patriots (11-3)(vs. Bills)Patriots clinch AFC East with:Patriots win or tie(UPDATE: The Patriots clinched the AFC East with their win over the Bills on Saturday.)Patriots clinch a first-round bye with:Patriots win AND Chiefs loss or tie ORPatriots tie AND Chiefs lossHouston Texans (9-5)(at Buccaneers)Texans clinch AFC South title with:Texans win ORTexans tie AND Titans tie ORTitans loss(UPDATE: The Texans clinched the AFC South and a playoff berth with their win over the Buccaneers on Saturday.)Texans clinch playoff berth with: As has been the case over the last couple weeks, six teams again had NFL playoff clinching scenarios in play for Week 16, which began with three games on Saturday and runs through a Monday night game in Minnesota that’s crucial for the playoff picture.Eight teams entered Week 16 having already clinched NFL playoff berths, leaving four spots to be claimed over the final two weeks of the season. The seedings in both the AFC and NFC brackets were undetermined, but that changed in Week 16. The Ravens became the first team to lock themselves into a No. 1 seed, which gives them home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. Texans tie AND Steelers tie ORSteelers lossMORE: How Steelers can earn AFC wild cardNFL playoff pictureAFCSeedTeamRecordClinched1.Baltimore Ravens13-2No. 1 seed; division; playoff berth2.New England Patriots12-3Division; playoff berth3.Kansas City Chiefs11-4Division; playoff berth4.Houston Texans10-5Division; playoff berth5.Buffalo Bills10-5No. 5 seed; playoff berth6.Tennessee Titans8-7-In the hunt: Steelers (8-7), Raiders (7-8)NFCSeedTeamRecordClinched1.San Francisco 49ers12-3Playoff berth2.New Orleans Saints12-3Division; playoff berth3.Green Bay Packers11-3Playoff berth4.Philadelphia Eagles8-7-5.Seattle Seahawks​11-4Playoff berth6.Minnesota Vikings10-4Playoff berthIn the hunt: Cowboys (7-8)last_img read more