The Regional Democratic Council (RDC) of Region Two (Pomeroon/Supenaam) is appealing to Government to be facilitated an urgent meeting to address a number of issues which have become a burden to the region.Region Two ChairmanDevanand RamdattFrustrated Regional Chairman Devanand Ramdatt has claimed to have written a number of letters to Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson several weeks ago in an attempt to address numerous urgent matters within the region, and on Monday, Ramdatt disclosed that none of his letters has received a response.According to a letter sent to the minister, a copy of which was received by this newspaper, Chairman Ramdatt requested a completion date for the Onderneeming Sand Pit Road, repairs to which commenced since last year and are still incomplete. This letter also sought insight on several other projects which were promised, such as the sea defence project to address the rapid erosion between Zorg and Johanna, and the installation of new generators at the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) station in Anna Regina to prevent the far-too-frequent power failures which continue to affect the entire region, especially the business community.Plans to strengthen the river and sea defences in Region Two were announced by Government in April of last year, while the Region was reportedly promised more generators to tackle the issue of power outages.Chairman Ramdatt has also complained that the Region Two Administration has not yet been made aware of the villages which will receive street lights, nor has a date for the commencement of installation works been communicated, although the Infrastructure Ministry (MoPI) had announced plans to install the much needed street lights since last month.Additionally, residents are asking for the only public airstrip in the region, located in Mainstay, to be given priority treatment in 2019, and that the ferry service which links the region to other parts of the country be reviewed.Residents of Onderneeming Sand Pit, Essequibo Coast have recently voiced their concerns over the poor quality work done on the community’s main access road. According to residents, part of the road, completed only a few months ago, has already begun to show deterioration of the surface, and there are potholes appearing. Residents, especially vehicle owners, are questioning the quality of work done, and the poor design.Guyana Times was told that the access road is the gateway to the backlands, and on a daily basis is being used by heavy-duty vehicles transporting logs, sand, and other materials.This publication understands that, owing to heavy rainfall, works on the road were put on hold, to be continued as early as weather conditions permit. The contract was awarded through Central Government by the Public Infrastructure Ministry.The Department of Public Information (DPI) had reported since last October that plans were underway for the rehabilitation of the Mainstay airstrip, but no work has commenced there.
Red Hughs GAA NotesSenior MenThe seniors and Reserves were in action in Milford on Saturday evening. The reserves got the show on the road with a 6pm thrown in. Sporting a very youthful side with the exception of a couple of more experienced players the put on a fantastic show.They dominated the game throughout and never looked like they were in any danger. They ran out easy winners on a scoreline of Red Hughs 4-6 Milford 1-5. Well done to the team and management . They are now sitting joint second in the table.The senior game threw in at 7.30 and the Reds got off to a slow start and the home side took control in the first half going in with a six point lead at half time 0-8 to 0-2The lads from the Cross put in a much better second half performance and out scored the Milford men 0-11 to 0-3 in but the gap proved too much for them and lost the game by two points. The final score was Red Hughs 0-13 Milford 0-11.Training for seniors & minors continues on Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30 Senior LadiesThe senior ladies played Convoy at home last Thursday and put in a fantastic performance from start to finish. They really played some lovely football moving and passing the ball very well indeed. The took some fine scores from distance and never stopped playing until the final whistle. They were easy winners on the night. Very well done to the team and management.The Final score was Red Hughs 3-11 Convoy 0-3Training continues for the ladies on Monday at 7.30 & Thursday at 7.30.Minor BoardUnder 12 Girls Well done to the u12 girls who hosted their own blitz today.The girls done well in all their games.Thanks to Marie, Moninne and Alice for helping with refreshments afterwards and to Charlie Doherty & Joe Gallen for referring the games.One more blitz for the girls in Glenfin in two weeks time.Under 14 GirlsThe girls are away to Robert Emmetts on Monday evening throw in is at 8pm. Good Luck to the girls and management.Under 16 Girls The under 16 girls will have their first training session this Wednesday evening at 7pm. Cathal asks that the girls make a big effort to come out to training.Under 8 Boys & GirlsPlayed their blitz on Saturday in Glenfin. They had two teams competing on the day & played five games against Buncranna and Glenfin. Well done to all involved. Their next blitz is on Saturday the 31st of May in Termon.Training continues on Saturday mornings at 11am.Under 10 Boys & GirlsThe under 10 boys are playing their first blitz this Saturday in Glenfin. Bus is leaving the pitch at 10.15am Bring lunch & €2 for the bus.Under 12 BoysThe young lads are playing away to Lifford this Monday evening in their second game if their season.Under 14 BoysThe under 14 boys played their first game in their division 3 championship group stage. They played Downings at home. The lads from Downings proved too strong for the young lads and and they were defeated on a scoreline of Red Hughs 0-6 Downings 2-11Their next game is on this Wednesday away to Milford throw in 7pmUnder 16 BoysThe under 16 lads played Glenfin away last Friday evening. It was a very evenly matched contest from start to finish with very little between the sides at any stage. The young Cross lads fought to the final whistle and ran out winners by a solitary point to spare. Final score Red Hughs 2-11 Glenfin 3-7They will have no more games now until after the Junior cert exams.Lotto & 100 + Club ResultsLotto Results 15/05/14Numbers Drawn Were 5,6,3,2,8,7,4,1,One Winner Matched 3 NumbersCaroline Dullaghan Liscooley Receives €50Next Weeks Jackpot is €3975100+ ClubThis Weeks Luck Winner Was Number 106Anne Sweeney Ballinaman Receives €100Thanks to everyone for their continued supportOther NewsThe club wish to thank sincerely the Mc Menamin building Contractors for sponsoring a new set of Jerseys for the senior team.Ceili dancing continues in the clubhouse on a Tuesday evening from 8pm until 10pm they will continue until the end of June. everyone welcome, from 14+ great evening of socializing and aerobic exercise.Zumba fitness on Wednesday evenings at 7pmJiving lessons continue on Thursday evenings at 8pmImportant club meeting on Wednesday evening at 9pm. Would all club members make an effort to attend these meetings.The club still have some terrace tickets available for The Donegal v Derry match in Celtic park. Contact Kathy Kelly or Andy DohertyMinor Board meeting in Clubhouse on Thursday evening at 9pm. All team coaches & managers please attend.Concussion AwarenessUlster GAA are delivering concussion awareness workshops next week in each county across the province.This is an extremely important information evening for all club coaches and parents and anyone that may have an interest in this area. It is important that as many as possible attend these workshops so we can disseminate the information.The Donegal workshop will be in Glenswilly GAC on Wednesday 21st May, 7:30pm.Cake SaleThe U12 and U14 girls are hosting a coffee morning/cake sale on Sunday 8th June in the Red Hughs clubhouse and we need your help. If you can bake or if you know anyone who can bake and would like to help the girls out then please contact Maura Mc Crudden or Sabrina White. All help would be very much appreciatedGAA NEWS: RED HUGHS NARROWLY DEFEATED BY MILFORD was last modified: May 20th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAANoticesRED HUGHS.Sport