WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Email LEADERS of the criminal gang known as the Rathkeale Rovers are to be sentenced in England next month after they were found guilty of plotting to steal more than €70 million worth of Chinese artefacts and rhino horns from museums.Four of the gang’s leaders were convicted of a number of offences at Birmingham Crown Court including thefts and burglaries at two museums in 2012.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up John “Kerry” O’Brien Jr, (26), Richard “Kerry” O’Brien, (31), Michael Hegarty, (43), and Daniel “Turkey” O’Brien, (45), were found guilty after ten of their associates were convicted at previous criminal trials.The exhibits that were stolen were initially valued at £17million but the court was told that those estimates had since increased to more than £55 million due to the “booming” Chinese auction market.The convicted members of the Rathkeale Rovers, who have family connections in the west Limerick town, were also convicted of thefts from an East Sussex Auction house and of organising the disposal of the stolen artefacts.Computers used to search the internet for information relating to the commission of the offences were found in Rathkeale.Other members of the gang who were previously convicted are aged between 28 and 68 and are from the UK and Northern Ireland with a number being from the same Rathkeale family, including Travellers’ rights campaigner Richard Sheridan (47) who has an address in Cambridgeshire.Sheridan was found in the company of another man who was known to regularly travel to Hong Kong and was found with £50,000 in the boot of a car.The trial heard that detectives have yet to recover any of the 18 jade exhibits stolen from one museum in April 2012.Derbyshire chief constable Mick Creedon, the UK national policing lead for organised crime, said: “This case starkly demonstrates the level of threat, the lengths criminal gangs will go to and the importance of law enforcement agencies sharing intelligence and working together.”One of the men convicted has already been jailed and completed his sentence while the other 13 gang members will be sentenced in April. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” WhatsApp Twitter Advertisement News#Rathkeale Rovers gang leaders to be sentenced next monthBy Staff Reporter – March 2, 2016 1022 TAGSfeaturedlimerickRathkeale Roversrhino horns RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Previous article#ICYMI Sorry Cian, but I feel I’m drifting towards Sarah Jane’s embraceNext articleBogus charity collector stole from #Limerick pensioner Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Linkedin Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
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The moment, while awkward, did not ruin the Ashlee Simpson Show alum’s chances of being invited back. She returned as a musical guest the following year.The same cannot be said for other stars who sparked backlash on the show. Martin Lawrence is among those who have been banned from appearing after delivering a highly controversial monologue when he hosted in February 1994.“I don’t give a damn,” the comedian said during a 2020 appearance on The Breakfast Club. “I’m not banned from SNL. They banned me from NBC at the time for a minute. But then they realized the way it went down wasn’t what they thought and then they sent me an apology letter.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Ashlee Simpson, for one, made her mark in October 2004 when she flubbed her appearance as musical guest. While on stage for her second song of the night, “Autobiography,” a vocal track for “Pieces of Me,” which she had already performed, began playing. She walked off the stage after dancing briefly. Viewers were outraged that she planned to lip-sync.“It’s definitely not difficult to talk about. … That was a very long time ago,” Simpson told E! News in August 2018 when asked about the infamous incident. “It’s something that happened to me, and things in life happen to you and they make you stronger and they make you a better performer, a better person. I think things like that build your character and your strength and it’s how you handle them.”- Advertisement – With live TV, unexpected twists are bound to happen! Saturday Night Live has weathered more than one scandal in its decades-long run, thanks to its format and its entire premise as a sketch comedy show.The NBC series premiered in October 1975 and has become a central source for those who hope to get a laugh out of current events. However, Saturday Night Live has also found itself as the butt of the joke throughout the years due to musical guest snafus, headline-making host choices and more.- Advertisement – Scroll through the gallery below to revisit the biggest Saturday Night Live controversies of all time.
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Olawale Ajimotokan in AbujaAhmed Amate and Chris Osarumwense both from lBB International Golf and Country Club, Abuja over the weekend emerged the country’s flag bearers to the all expense- paid Amateur Golf World Cup (AGWC) that will hold in Spain this year.Amate booked his passage after producing the best nett score of 72 in the division 1 that featured ladies with handicap 19-36 and men with handicap 15-28. The 16-handicap player beat Chijioke Iloghalu on the count back, while a 73 nett left Uche Okpuno one shot off the pace.However, it was Osarumwense that posted the day’s best net of 69 and was handed the second qualifying ticket to Spain.The seven-handicapper, who competed in division 1 that paraded handicap 0-18 ladies and handicap 0-19 men, won by three strokes, beating MB Hassan and Faridah Wada, who shot 72 net a piece.The international final of the AGWC that holds from September 15-20 at Le Club, Murcia, Spain will feature contingents from 20 countries, including Nigeria.Amate exuded enthusiasm after the keenly contested final, saying he couldn’t wait to represent Nigeria at the global amateur golf showpiece.” I have never been to Spain and I can’t wait to get there and do Nigeria proud.“It is a great feeling to win the ticket and go to Spain and represent my country,” Amate said.The Nigerian final organised by TW Mulmedia Limited, had amateur players from across the nation scrambling over 72 holes.The Country Partner of the TW Mulmedia Limited, Faridah Wada, charged Amate and Osarumwense to work on all aspects of their game and aspire to bring laurels for Nigeria in Spain.“The two people who have won the tickets to represent us have to be on top of their game. I am going to keep eyes on them that it is not over yet until we get to Spain and comeback with the trophy,” Wada, a one time Lady Captain of IBB Club said.She urged other sponsors to emulate Well Charlton Hotel and Apartment and Nigerian Local Content Board for their support and commitment to the development of the game of golf in Niger.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram