Stunning Photos Of Dominican Holidaze Day One, Starring Umphrey’s McGee And Disco Biscuits

first_imgSetlist: Umphrey’s McGee at Breathless Resort & Spa, Dominican Holidaze, Punta Canta, Dominican Republic –  12/3/15Set I: Goonville > 1348, Bad Friday, The Linear > Educated Guess, Make it Right, 40’s ThemeSet II: JaJunk > Puppet String, Believe The Lie, Day Nurse, Ringo, Miami Virtue > JaJunkEncore: The Triple WideSetlist: The Disco Biscuits at Breathless Resort & Spa, Dominican Holidaze, Punta Canta, Dominican Republic –  12/3/15Set I: Kamaole Sands-> Run Like Hell (fakeout)-> Pygmy Twylyte-> Minions-> Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy-> Kamaole Sands, Portal to an Empty Head, House Dog Party FavorSet II: Strobelights & Martinis-> Abraxas-> Strobelights & Martinis-> And The Ladies Were The Rest of The Night-> Gangster-> And The Ladies Were The Rest of The Night, Rockafella Dominican Holidaze got underway last night! Held at the beautiful Breathless Resort & Spa, the festival in Punta Cana, DR features an incredible lineup with artists like Umphrey’s McGee, Disco Biscuits, STS9, Lettuce and more! Last night, Umphrey’s McGee and The Disco Biscuits got things started with back-to-back, rip-roaring sets. Check out photos from Josh Timmermans of Noble Visions, and the full setlists below:last_img read more

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Midweek Galway Club Football results

first_imgAn Cheathru Rua 2-12 Killannin 2-5Tuam Stars 1-15 Caherlistrane 2-10Corofin 1-16 Killererin 0-4Cortoon Shamrocks 5-7 Caltra 0-11Milltown 1-14 Dunmore MacHales 1-8Cahill Cup:Oranmore/Maree 1-15 Athenry 1-8 John Dunne Cup: print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img Barna 3-11 Oughterard 0-17last_img

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Success for Galway owned horse in Fairyhouse

first_imgThere was great Celebrations at Fairyhouse yesterday evening as the Monivea Co. Galway Based Lostwelton Syndicate saw there Seven Year Old Mare Youcantcallherthat record her fifth success on the track to add to her one point to point success in the Grade 3 John & Chick Fowler Memorial Mares Novice Chase as she gamely outpointed the Willie Mullins trained 5/4 favourite Asthuria by six lengths at odds of 12/1 . The daughter of Brian Boru trained in Cloughjordan Co. Tipperary by Denis Hogan who also rose the mare who was conceding upwards of 4 lbs to her rivals took closer order from four out and jumping superbly was on top from the final fence to record an authorative victory an complete a hat-trick in the process following victories at Thurles & Limerick to add two earlier successes at Cork and Fairyhouse.George McDonagh reports… Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/Report%20On%20Victory%20Of%20Youcantcallherthat.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume..print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Galway footballers injury crisis deepens for trip to Monaghan

first_imgThe Tribesmen, however, have been hit with further injury setbacks as Declan Kyne, Cillian McDaid and Sean Andy O’Ceallaigh (shoulder) will all be sidelined for a number of weeks, with Kyne (ankle) and McDaid (foot) set to miss the remainder of the league. Long term injuries to Damien Comer, Eamon Brannigan, Paul Conroy and Adrian Varley continue to be monitored, while John Daly has also not played due to injury since lining out against Mayo in the FBD League last month. With the Corofin contingent absent due to their upcoming All Ireland club semi final on February 16th, manager Kevin Walsh is facing something of a crisis heading to Iniskeen on Sunday. Galway and Monaghan had little or no history in the league until the sides drew 1-8 apiece in the league in 1981, a year in which Galway last went on to win the title. Since then, Galway have played Monaghan on 7 occasions, with Galway winning 4 and losing 3. Galway’s first win in Monaghan came in December 1990, when Conor O’Dea kicked 2-2 and Val Daly 1-1 in Clontibret as Galway won promotion that season from Division 3. Their next win came in 2012 when Alan Mulholland’s side won by 1-14 to 0-12 in Iniskeen, with Padraig Joyce kicking 0-6 and substitute Danny Cummins getting the goal. All of Monaghan’s league wins over Galway have been at home; in 1996 corner forward Declan Smyth kicked 1-7 in a comfortable 1-13 to 0-8 win in Clones, Paul Finlay (0-6) and Conor McManus (0-5) did the damage in 2011 in Iniskeen in a 0-19 to 0-14 win, while Finlay also kicked a last gasp winner in Clones in 2014 when Monaghan won by 0-13 to 0-12.Galway V Monaghan Previous Meetings1981 – Galway 1-8 Monaghan 1-8 – Castleblayney1991 – Galway 3-12 Monaghan 0-6 – Clontibret1996 – Monaghan 1-13 Galway 0-8 – Clones2010 – Galway 1-20 Monaghan 1-14 – Pearse Stadium2011 – Monaghan 0-19 Galway 0-14 – Iniskeen2012 – Galway 1-14 Monaghan 0-12 – Iniskeen2014 – Monaghan 0-13 Galway 0-12 – Clones2018 – Galway 0-17 Monaghan 1-10 – Pearse StadiumGalway and Monaghan have met twice in the championship: lastyear in the Super 8s when Monaghan won by 0-16 to 0-8 in Pearse Stadium and inthe 1938 All-Ireland Semi-Final when Galway were victorious by 2-10 to 2-3.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email After a chastening 1-15 to 0-7 defeat to Dublin last Saturday night in Croke Park in the Allianz Football League, next up for Kevin Walsh’s side is a trip to Inishkeen to play Monaghan on Sunday (2pm). Both sides are on 2 points in Division 1 after Monaghan suffered a surprise defeat late on against Roscommon, so the loser next Sunday could find themselves in a battle to stay in the top flight. last_img read more

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