Photos: The Irish Chamber Orchestra, remembering the late John Kelly, former…

first_imgLinkedin 18-5-19 The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Email 18-5-19Charlotte Eglington ICO and Imelda Dervin: ICO John Kelly Decication . Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Brian Dunning and Malachy Robinson ICO;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Print 18-5-19 Stephanie Walsh, Dr. Edward Walsh, Peter Finnegan and Aibhlin McCrann;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Malachy Robinson, ICO, Michael Houlihan, John Horgan and Eamonn Lawlor;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Sarah Jane Kelly (John Kelly’s daughter);The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Imelda Dervin and Margaret Kelly;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Advertisement Facebook 18-5-19 Irish Chamber Orchestra performs with ICOYO: The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wisemancenter_img 18-5-19 The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith WisemanThe Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday May 18, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra.   A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family.   ICO musicians with students from the Sing Out with Strings community programme performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father.Rounding off the string recital with flute, the Orchestra played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by principal bass Malachy Robinson, a tune that “was John’s all time favourite and that he loved to murder when he played it,” according to current chief executive Gerard Keenan, hosting the reception..  More than 200 guests and Friends of the ICO supported the warm and emotional celebration. Then Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio, purpose designed and built under John’s stewardship,  to his memory. Daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque to his memory which will hang in the studio, located on the outer reaches of the Plassey campus.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up 1 of 13 18-5-19 MImelda Dervin, Aibhlin McCrann, Charlotte Eglington and Gerard Keenan, CEO ICO;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Lily Broderick and Don O Connor;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Frances Shanahan and Margaret Kelly;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Twitter NewsPhotosPhotos: The Irish Chamber Orchestra, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEOBy Staff Reporter – May 27, 2019 560 18-5-19 Sarah Jane Kelly with Gerard Keenan, CEO, ICO :The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 John Horgan, Helen Rackhart and Kostas Wootis;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. 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News story: New appointees to British Transport Police Authority board

first_img The BTPA prides itself on having the expertise and experience to guide British Transport Police performance and objectives, and the new board members will bolster these vital qualities. With passenger numbers at record levels, it is vital that we ensure an effective and efficient network police force continues to maintain exceptional safety standards, guided by a skilled and adept board. I am delighted to welcome our 4 new members – Graham, Craig, Andy and Kenna. They bring a wealth of experience from across policing, industry and the public sector and I look forward to their contributions towards the work of the authority. new members bring wide range of experience and expertise to BTPA board backgrounds include rail industry, police force, parliament and nuclear industry authority plays vital role in overseeing effective and efficient police coverage on rail network BTPA chair Ron Barclay-Smith said: Four new members have been appointed to the board of the British Transport Police Authority (BTPA), Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced today (21 May 2019).Sir Craig Mackey, previously Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service is appointed alongside Andy Cooper, soon-to-retire as Managing Director of Cross Country Trains, former MP and parliamentary private secretary Graham Evans, and former member of the Civil Nuclear Police Authority Kenna Kintrea.They officially joined the body that oversees the British Transport Police (BTP) on 20 May and will work with Chair Ron Barclay-Smith who took on the role in March last year.Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: Rail media enquiriescenter_img Out of hours media enquiries 020 7944 4292 Media enquiries 020 7944 3021 Switchboard 0300 330 3000 The BTP is a specialist, national force that provides a service to rail operators, their staff and passengers. It also polices other networks – the London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, Croydon Tramlink, Tyne and Wear Metro and Glasgow Subway. It has around 3,000 police officers and around 600 PCSOs and special constables.The BTPA was established in 2004 to improve the public accountability of the BTP. It is responsible for setting objectives, strategic direction and performance standards for the BTP. It works closely with train and freight operators to ensure adequate policing levels across the network on trains, at stations and other railway property.last_img read more

Webb sentence delayed again

first_imgFORMER CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb has had his sentence hearing delayed yet again by a United States court.The 52-year-old former FIFA vice-president, who was scheduled to face the court on May 11 has successfully had that sentence delayed by three months and will now face his verdict in June.The defendant’s lawyers had originally asked for a six-month delay, but that request was not granted. The former FIFA official, who agreed to cooperate in a plea deal, could be facing up to 20 years in prison.Webb was originally expected to be sentenced June of last year after pleading guilty to racketeering, conspiracy, wire fraud and money-laundering in relation to millions of dollars of bribes and kickbacks in relation to regional tournaments, tickets and marketing rights.Lawyers for Webb, once thought to be a prospective FIFA president, however, successfully argued for a six-month delay and that pushed the date to November 18 of last year. In November, without reasons revealed, his attorney’s once again successfully argued for another six months’ delay.Webb remains under house arrest at his home in Georgia, in the United States, but had also seen conditions of the sentence relaxed allowing him to travel beyond the 20-mile restriction initially imposed.As part of a plea deal, he agreed to forfeit more than $6.7 million.(Sportsmax)last_img read more

Avery Bradley will opt out of Lakers’ NBA restart

first_img Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersBradley was one of two Lakers to openly express concern about the NBA’s restart, the other being Dwight Howard. While Trevor Ariza and Davis Bertrand previously opted out, Bradley is the first starting player from a legitimate title contender to decline to play — adding uncertainty to an NBA plan that has drawn increased scrutiny from players in recent weeks.The Lakers will be able to sign a replacement player for Bradley, who started 44 games for the 49-14 Lakers and was valued primarily as an on-ball defender.On Tuesday, Danny Green said on his “Inside the Green Room” podcast that he had been in contact with both Howard and Bradley in the past few weeks, and couldn’t say with certainty that they were going to play. While Green said he believed Howard would join the Lakers in Orlando after a conversation over the weekend — Howard told Green that he never said he wouldn’t play — but Green said he would understand if Howard opted out.“There’s a lot of other things going on behind the scenes that people don’t know about, and I understood,” Green said. “I said, ‘Obviously we need you man, we love you like a brother. You’re family. We want you to be a part of this. But regardless of what your decision is, we know it’s bigger than basketball and that there are things that are more important.’”Green said he was hopeful that he would talk to Bradley again soon. Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years center_img This was set against the backdrop of the NBA testing members of the proposed travel parties for the 22 NBA teams, its first big step to creating a campus at Walt Disney World Resort meant to insulate players and staff from the ongoing COVID-19. But that step offered some foreboding developments as word leaked of at least two teams with positive tests.The headliner was Nikola Jokic, the franchise center of the Denver Nuggets, whose positive test will delay his return trip to the United States from his native Serbia, the Denver Post reported. Two Phoenix Suns players also tested positive, according to the Arizona Republic, which shut down their voluntary workouts at the facility.The Lakers, too, were tested Tuesday, but results were not immediately available. While the Lakers previously disclosed in March that two players had tested positive for COVID-19 and remained asymptomatic, the NBA has generally transitioned to not disclosing positive test results for medical privacy reasons.Players also have a chance to opt out of the restart if they feel unsafe. The intial deadline for players unwilling to participate to notify their teams is Wednesday according to the NBA’s health memo: “He must so notify his team and the NBPA of such decision in writing by no later than the end of the day on June 24, and the NBPA must then by the end of the day on June 25 send a written notification conveying the player’s decision to the NBA.”  But ESPN reported that many teams were choosing to hold off those final decisions until rosters must be formally submitted to the league on July 1.Those who have not been determined to be at high risk by a physician panel could face a loss of pay per game missed. Two players, Portland’s Trevor Ariza and Washington’s Davis Bertans, have already acknowledged that they will not participate. ESPN reported that the NBA and NBPA agreed to “an enhanced insurance plan” for those who contract COVID-19 or are injured during the restart.The timeline was designed in part because positive tests were anticipated: There are still two weeks before teams are scheduled to privately charter to Disney World where the NBA is planning a July 30 restart. Traveling members will face more testing and quarantines when they arrive.But the NBA hasn’t made clear exactly how many positive tests it is willing to withstand to return to play. The 113-page health memo only briefly addresses the potential for cancellation, saying: “The occurrence of a small or otherwise expected number of COVID-19 cases will not require a decision to suspend or cancel the resumption of the 2019-20 season.”ESPN reported that several league executives had been nervous about a flood of positive tests once players returned to their respective markets. Nationwide, the U.S. is seeing a surge of COVID-19 cases, particularly in the South and West. California set a daily record for new cases with more than 6,000.Could Cousins come back?As part of the NBA’s restructured agreement for the CBA, teams are allowed to sign free agents to their roster if they have a spot. Intrigue has circled around center DeMarcus Cousins for the last few weeks: The former All-Star has spent most of the last year recovering from a torn ACL he suffered last July, and the Lakers waived him in February to sign Markieff Morris.But Cousins’ readiness is still unclear: The Athletic reported that interested teams were told that Cousins was planning to skip the restart and continue to rehab for next season. The Los Angeles Times reported that Cousins had not yet made up his mind.Excel Sports Management, Cousins’ agency, did not immediately return a request for clarification to Southern California News Group.Related Articles If the Lakers are able to chase a title again next month in Disney World, they’ll have to do it without one of their starting guards.Avery Bradley has informed the Lakers he will opt out of the NBA’s restart in Orlando, a blow to the Western Conference leader’s chances.A person with knowledge of the situation confirmed Bradley’s decision to Southern California News Group. ESPN first reported that Bradley had decided, at least in part, out of concern that his oldest child would not be allowed in the NBA’s restrictive campus due to an underlying respiratory condition.“As committed to my Lakers teammates and the organization as I am, I ultimately play basketball for my family,” Bradley told ESPN. “And so, at a time like this, I can’t imagine making any decision that might put my family’s health and well-being at even the slightest risk.” Cousins has remained close to the Lakers: He’s a friend of franchise forward Anthony Davis, traveled on team trips when he was injured, and was permitted to continue rehabbing at the Lakers’ practice facility after he was waived. The Lakers could potentially sign Cousins if they chose to free up a roster spot by waiving someone else.Described as an X-factor before his season-ending injury, Cousins has still shown effective scoring and rebounding when healthy, but has struggled to regain All-Star form since a 2018 Achilles tendon rupture. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more