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West Brom boss says McLean needs to watch his temper

first_imgThe Republic of Ireland international was at the centre of a shoving match over his tackle on Watford’s Roberto Pereyra last weekend – which saw his opponent sent-off.Both clubs have been charged with failing to control their players.last_img


BetBright to bring on-board Metric Gaming’s golf solution

first_img StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Share EveryMatrix increases virtual sports offering via CasinoEngine March 19, 2020 Si14Bet: P2P betting is a driving force for the future June 26, 2020 Igor Vasilj: Making sure the price is still right for NSoft May 22, 2020 Share Metric Gaming has agreed a fresh partnership, that is to see the firm supply its golf pricing solution to digital entertainment and sports betting company BetBright.The sports betting technology, software and services organisation details that its service “offers operators the chance to differentiate themselves from rivals in an increasingly competitive market”.Giving customers access to a broad selection of in-play betting options across outrights and other 72, 18 and hole-by-hole markets, the service also enables golf fans to their expertise to the test across a variety of major PGA and European tour events throughout the year. Owen Duffy, Product Manager at BetBright, said: “We are delighted to have integrated Metric Gaming’s golf solution. We see Golf as an important element of our overall customer proposition and we look forward to a successful partnership with Metric in to the future.” Available on a standalone basis through the Metric modulus platform, the company’s proprietary golf and racing products provide “cost effective access to customisable products”.Accessible as either a fully managed or feed-out service, plans to launch a fully managed football product later this year were also detailed, which will encompass a create-a-bet solution.Jim Supple, Chief Operating Officer at Metric, said: “We are delighted to partner with another fast-growing and forward-thinking brand like BetBright. Metric’s cutting-edge Golf product will complement BetBright’s existing product range and support the impressive momentum the company has achieved to date.”This follows news earlier in the week that BetBright has entered into an agreement with Betradar, in a deal that sees the firm set to utilise its Managed Trading Services (MTS) division.Detailing that it is to engage in selective trading in key sports for the Dublin based operator, it was also noted that its fully managed outsourced trading solution offers various degrees of support, including fixtures to resulting, odds compilation and risk management.last_img read more


Security guard stabs reputed wife to death

first_img…walks into Police Station, confessesA rocky relationship spanning over half a decade came to an end on Sunday when a 34-year-old security guard fatally stabbed his reputed wife at their Freeman Street, East La Penitence home.Dead is 24-year-old Shenece Lawrence. According to the Police, the incident occurred at about 11:30h. Lawrence’s body was discovered in their Lot 272, Freeman Street home with a knife stuck in the neck.After committing the act, Lawrence’s reputed husband, Guyana Oil Company (GuyOil) security guard Jermaine Bristol, walked into the East La Penitence PoliceMurdered: Shenece LawrenceStation, located just a stone’s throw away from the couple’s home, and reported the crime. He was the one who led the Police to the body, and he has since been taken into custody to assist with investigations.Bristol’s aunt, Yvonne Morris, told Guyana Times she had last seen the couple at sometime between 10:00h and 10:30h, when they both visited her home at different intervals. She said that although her nephew was not a violent person, the duo had had a turbulent relationship, with constant intense arguments being featured.“She used to live with him, and one morning he came and said that she is not there anymore; that she gone. But they went to church (last) Sunday, and I don’t know what is the problem. This morning (Wednesday) she came and asked me for him, and I told her he (had been) by me and he went home back; and she gave me a number to call him, and when I called, the phone went to voicemail. He called back, and he asked where she is, and I said she gone,” the woman related.Undertakers removing Shenece Lawrence’s bodyMorris said she later learnt from her grandchildren that Lawrence did not leave the area, but had rather ventured to the Freeman Street home, and while she was there the incident occurred.“Next thing I know, about an hour after, my grandchildren called me and said, ‘Look Jermaine and a vanload of Police in the yard,’ and I try to find out what happened, and then I hear that Shenece dead. I don’t know what went wrong; I don’t know,” Morris informed.The woman said her nephew informed her that Lawrence had left the home sometime on Thursday last, but did not give a reason as to why she had so done. She said the couple had been together for over five years, but has no children together. They recently moved into the area after moving from Lawrence’s mother’s home in Broad Street, Georgetown. “After he done do what he do, heThe large crowd that gathered outside the murder scenewent to Police station and hand himself in. I don’t know what make he do that, or what get in to he; but he was not violent at all. They used to have their arguments and so, but I never know he hit she,” the woman said amidst sobs.At the scene, a large crowd of neighbours and passersby gathered with the common comment being disbelief that Bristol would do such a thing. When Lawrence’s mother, Nicola Lawrence, arrived on the scene, she immediately fell to the ground and had to be lifted away. A few minutes later, the undertakers arrived, and Lawrence’s brother, Ryan Lawrence, was asked to identify the body; but as he ventured into the yard and saw the condition of his sister, the man fled the scene immediately.Lawrence’s body was removed, and is now at the Lyken’s Funeral Parlour awaiting a post mortem examination, expected to be performed today.Over at the Lawrence home in Broad Street, Georgetown, this publication spoke to one of the dead woman’s brothers, and he explained that Bristol was “stupidy”, since the duo would fight ever so often. He described his sister as a “good girl”, and expressed disbelief at Bristol’s actions.Meanwhile, neighbours recounted one incident in which Bristol and Lawrence had been at a hotel in the city and he had begun to abuse her, resulting in her fleeingShenece Lawrence’s mother, Nicola Lawrence, being consoled by her brother, Ryan Lawrencethe location stark naked. That incident was reported to the Police, but it is unclear whether the matter had been investigated.Lawrence left Bristol’s home on Thursday and moved back to her mother’s, but according to her mother, her daughter only slept by her.“She came back on Thursday and would sleep and change and go to her work. She worked at the Hicksville Hotel,” she said.The distraught woman said she is aware that the duo had issues, and she said her daughter had informed her that she was planning to move back home; but she maintained that the couple had not been fully separated as yet.First Lady Sandra Granger had in March said that instances of domestic violence had increased some 14.2 per cent in the past six years, and had added that this societal scourge has become banal in Guyana. According to the First Lady, reported incidents of domestic violence by an intimate or previously intimate partner had risen from 74.8 per cent in 2011 to 89 per cent in 2017, with females accounting for an upward 80 per cent of the victims. (Lakhram Bhagirat)last_img read more


Stripped of sign, club takes city back to court

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! INDUSTRY – A strip club is getting a second hearing to appeal the city’s decision to force the club to turn off its animated display sign. Dale Manicom said the club did not get a fair appeal hearing. So the city has agreed to let the club speak at a City Council meeting scheduled for Thursday. The new hearing is in response to a lawsuit Manicom filed on behalf of the club. Manicom claimed club officials never got a chance to cross-examine city employees. He said they were allowed only three minutes to make their case and that city officials did not make clear how the club violated the city’s ordinance. He is seeking attorney’s fees and permission to reactivate the sign. City Attorney Michele Vadon said the city gave Deja Vu a fair hearing. Representatives from the club were welcome to talk to the city’s staff, she said, and advocates for the club could have taken all the time they needed. “I’m not sure their attorney had all the information he needed,” she said. “So we’re just going to do it again.” City officials forced Deja Vu`s owners to deactivate the sign in May after police officers noticed workers overhauling it without a permit, city officials said. According to city law, no new electronic signs are allowed in the city without a special permit. Signs already installed can be operated until Sept. 12, 2008, according to city law. City officials claim Deja Vu essentially made the sign new when they overhauled its electronic system. Manicom had little to say about the case, only that he wanted to save his arguments until the hearing. He did point out, however, that the city has an electronic display sign near City Hall. (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2703last_img