Wins for Cashel and Nenagh in Ulster Bank League

first_img© IRFU Cashel were away from home this weekend. They were in action against Blackrock College,They secured a bonus point win on a final scoreline of 27 to 13.Nenagh Ormond were in Belfast to take on Queens University in Division 2A of the Ulster Bank League.Despite a late surge by Queens, the Tipp side were victorious, winning on a final scoreline of 37 to 31last_img

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Man freed of Berbice businessman’s murder

first_imgAfter two brothers were indicted for the murder of a Hampshire, Corentyne, Berbice businessman and one of them was later killed during a prison brawl, the second was set free by Justice Brassington Reynolds.Dead: Devendra DeodatJustice Brassington Reynolds upheld a no case submission made by Attorney-at-law Chandra Sohan and instructed the jury to return a formal verdict of not guilty.On trial for the October 9, 2013, murder of Hampshire businessman, Devendra Deodat also called “Dave”, was Ramnarine Jagmohan.The State’s case, which was presented by State Prosecutor Mondel Moore was that Deodat, 34, of Lot 72 Hampshire, Squatting Area, Corentyne, was shot to his chest, chopped to his neck and hands and one of his fingers was severed in the attack at his home.According to the State, during the robbery, the now dead man’s father-in-law, Rafeek Abdul, called “King”, 57, of Lot 63 Williamsburg, Corentyne, was shot twice to his shoulder and Deodat’s wife, Shaneeza, was chopped to the head.However, Defence Counsel Sohan argued that the accused was not charged with attempted murder for those injured. He further noted that while the State claimed that Deodat’s wife, Shaneeza, was injured, and according to her, chopped in the head and received 90 stitches, the prosecution failed to produce a medical report to substantiate its claim.Accused: Ramnarine JagmohanDuring the trial, Surendra Oreall said he was sitting outside with Deodat’s son and daughter when the three bandits pounced on the family. However, Deodat’s wife said both of her children were inside the house when the bandits arrived.She told the court that she was able to identify the two accused during an identification parade. However, Sohan pointed out that there was no evidence that an identification parade was conducted.During the trial, the defence had asked Deodat’s wife why she did not lock the door after the bandits had locked themselves in the shop.She told the court that it was after the bandits had collected the jewellery and money and were leaving that she told her husband to fight back, resulting in him being shot. She also said that she took the bandits to a secret exit to get them out.Initially, the accused and his younger brother Neshan were charged with the murder of Deodat. However, on June 21, 2017, he was killed during a brawl in the New Amsterdam Prison. (Andrew Carmichael)last_img read more

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Record your games in 1080p with Hauppauges HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition

first_imgIt’s a well-known fact that gamers like to record their progress through video games. This is clear to see from all the game videos that get uploaded to YouTube, as well as the growing number of titles that actually have recording features built in.Inevitably this has led to some peripheral manufacturers launching dedicated digital video recording boxes compatible with the major consoles. One of those companies is Hauppauge, who has just announced an updated version of their HD PVR game recorder.The original HD PVR Gaming Edition connected to either an Xbox 360 or PS3 and recorded games as you played. The pass-through cable system meant there was no delay with the footage being transmitted and stored on your PC’s hard drive. The one shortcoming of the HD PVR was a limit to 1080i and 720p recording.With the launch of the HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition later this month, Hauppauge has solved that problem. You get the same no-delay Xbox 360 and PS3 recording, but now with the option of up to 1080p30 recording. All video is also recorded using H.264.Included with the device are two 6-foot HDMI cables, a 6-foot PS3 component cable, and one 9-foot USB cable so your laptop or PC doesn’t have to be right next to your TV. As for editing the video, Hauppauge includes a copy of ArcSoft ShowBiz, which should make clean up and video exporting pretty simple out the box.The HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition is expected to launch before the end of August for $169. If you’re serious about regularly recording your gaming sessions, one of these recorders and a large hard drive could make it a very simple task.last_img read more

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