first_imgDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division / Watson Hire Division OnePromotion /Relegation Play-OffCRANFORD DO ENOUGH TO GET PROMOTED Dunkineely Celtic 2 Cranford United 3Having taken the lead in this Premier Division / First Division play-off Dunkineely Celtic remained in the driving seat until the half time interval. Paul Mc Fadden opened the scoring in favour of the Darney Park men. Despite Philip Buchannan scoring from the penalty spot to level the game Dermott Gallier struck to reinstate Dunkineely’s advantage.Having enjoyed the lion’s share of possession during this match it was Cranford United who would triumph. Buchannan got his second when he headed to the net after Shaun Mc Elwaine had flicked on a corner kick at the near post. With time running out Cranford were awarded a second penalty. Up stepped Buchannan to complete his hat-trick and in doing so sending Cranford United up to the Premier Division for the 2013/’14 season. Dunkineely meanwhile will contest the Watson Hire Division One next season.Man Of The Match: Philip BuchannanDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUERESULTSBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division / Watson Hire Division OnePromotion /Relegation Play-Off Dunkineely Celtic 2 v 3 Cranford UnitedDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEFIXTURESSATURDAY 18-5-2013 K.O. 2p.m. Downtown Cup FinalErne Wanderers v Fintown Harps AFCSUNDAY 19-5-2013 K.O. 2p.mBrian Mc Cormick Cup FinalGlenea United v Rathmullan CelticSOCCER: DONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: May 12th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Donegal Leaguelast_img read more

Redmi flagship: What will be the name, key specs, features, and everything we know so far

first_imgRedmi is now an independent brand. It has been months now. In January this year, Redmi separated from Mi to become an independent entity and bring power-packed phones at various price segments. It must be noted that Redmi is an independent brand in China for now. In markets like India, Redmi and Mi come under Xiaomi brand name.Around four phones have already been launched under the Redmi brand this year. The phones are the Redmi Note 7, the Redmi Note 7 Pro, the Redmi Y3 and the Redmi Go. It now looks like Xiaomi wants to be everywhere. We say this because Redmi is now moving its focus to flagship level phones too. The company GM confirmed months ago that Redmi is soon going to launch its flagship device powered by Snapdragon 855 processor and several other flagship-level specs and features. Rumours had suggested that the Redmi flagship will launch on May 13 in Beijing, but looks like the rumours were not authentic.Redmi flagship nameBefore heading to the specs and features that the Redmi phone is expected to pack let’s talk about the name of the phone. So, what will be the name of the Redmi flagship? Past rumours suggested names like Redmi Pro 2 and Redmi X for the Redmi flagship. But later the Redmi GM Lu Weibing confirmed that the name of the Redmi flagship will be better than Redmi X. Soon after Weibing said that some leaks and rumours started suggesting Redmi K20 Pro as the name of the Redmi flagship. The company is yet to officially reveal the name of the Redmi flagship. Considering the leaks and rumours the company may introduce a new lineup for its flagship phones.advertisementRedmi flagship specs and featuresAlmost everything is known about the Redmi flagship. The complete specs sheet of the phone has been leaked ahead of the launch. Besides the rumours and leaks, the Redmi GM has also confirmed some of the key details about the Redmi flagship – that is expected to be called the Redmi K20 Pro. Let’s take a look at the specs that the Redmi flagship is said to offer to the consumers:–The Redmi flagship is expected to come packed with a 6.39-inch AMOLED notchless display. The company is yet to confirm this spec.–Rumours suggest that the Redmi flagship will be the cheapest Snapdragon 855 chipset yet. Another leak suggests that the Redmi flagship will come in two versions – one will be exclusive to China, while the second one will hit other markets including India as the Poco F2. –The Redmi flagship is rumoured to come in four different RAM and storage versions. The models include — 6GB RAM + 64GB storage, 6GB RAM + 128GB storage, 8GB RAM + 128GB storage and 8GB RAM + 256GB storage.–One of the key highlights of the Redmi flagship is said to the pop-up selfie camera on the front. This is said to be the first ever pop-up selfie camera phone from Xiaomi. Rumours suggest that the pop-up selfie camera of the Redmi flagship will include 32MP sensor in it.–Due to the presence of the pop-up selfie camera the Redmi flagship is said to include an all-screen display. This suggests that unlike the Mi 9 flagship phone the Redmi flagship will not include any notch on the screen to include the selfie camera in it.–Leaked posters reveal that the Redmi flagship will include three cameras on the back panel including — 48MP primary sensor + 8MP ultrawide sensor and 16MP telephoto lens. Notably, this is the first Redmi phone to come with three cameras on the back panel.–The Redmi GM has also confirmed that the Redmi flagship will launch with Android Q beta update similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro.–The Redmi flagship is tipped to sport the same 4000mAh battery setup as the Redmi Note 7 series.–The phone is expected to come in three colours options including — Red, Blue, and Carbon Fibre.–The Redmi flagship is expected to include an in-display fingerprint sensor.–The Redmi GM has confirmed that the Redmi flagship will include the 3.5mm headphone jack.Redmi flagship will come to India as Poco F2?That is what the rumours suggest. Leaks suggest that the Redmi flagship will launch in two versions. One of the two versions is expected to launch as Redmi K20 Pro for China, while the second model is expected to hit other markets including India as the Poco F2. Some rumours suggest that alongside the Redmi flagship the company is also gearing up to launch a Redmi laptop.advertisementALSO READ | Motorola One Vision photos and specifications leak, could challenge Redmi Note 7 Pro and Galaxy M30ALSO READ | iPhone XR successor could come in two new colour variantsALSO READ | Nokia 8.1 selling for as low as Rs 21,999 in May, makes it best time to buy the phonelast_img read more

Talking Horses: Sands Of Mali clashes with Brando on Royal Ascot trail

first_imgDel Mar, Deauville, Ascot, Meydan … and Hamilton. It is all in a day’s work for Sands Of Mali, the unexpected winner of the Group One Sprint on Champions Day last October, who will add the Scottish track to his impressively varied CV when he makes his first start of the year in Britain on Thursday.Hamilton deserve plenty of credit for pulling together the six-runner field for the British Stallion Studs Clyde Conditions Stakes, worth £17,000 to the winner, as Sands Of Mali is not the only Group One winner going to post. Talking Horses: Kieran Shoemark gets back on track after cocaine ban Support The Guardian Hide … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many new organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. But we need your ongoing support to keep working as we do.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism, to maintain our openness and to protect our precious independence. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Share via Email Read more features Twitter Share on Messenger Pinterest Thank you for your feedback. Talking Horses Magna Grecia pictured winning the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket. Photograph: Mike Egerton/PA Hamilton 2.00 Makyon 2.30 Alexander James 3.00 Onda District 3.30 Sands Of Mali 4.00 Strong Steps 4.30 Zig Zag Zyggy 5.00 Boundsy Haydock Park 2.10 Smeaton 2.40 Masaakin 3.10 Dubai Station 3.40 Tomahawk Ridge 4.10 Boundary Lane 4.40 Enough Already 5.10 Correggio  Ripon 2.20 Praxeology 2.50 Neileta 3.20 Aiya 3.50 Universal Gleam (nap) 4.20 Magical Spirit (nb) 4.50 Maamora 5.20 Funkadelic Chelmsford 5.25 Above 6.00 Goodnight Girl 6.30 Fields Of Athenry 7.05 Romola 7.35 Whimbrel 8.05 Tahreek 8.40 Croeso Cymraeg Ffos Las 5.35 Butlergrove King 6.10 Broughtons Rhythm 6.40 Bally Longford 7.15 Baiser Interdit 7.45 Victarion 8.15 Alltimegold 8.50 Belmont Jewel  O’Brien also strengthened his hand for the Royal meeting on Wednesday when it was revealed that Hermosa, already the 1,000 Guineas winner in England and Ireland this spring, will miss the French Oaks at Chantilly to run instead in the Coronation Stakes on day four of Royal Ascot.Hermosa was a 3-1 chance for the Coronation Stakes overnight but shortened to a top price of 7-4 following confirmation that she will attempt to emulate O’Brien’s filly Winter, who took both Guineas and then followed up at Ascot two seasons ago. Share on Twitter Brando, a classy and prolific at Pattern level for several seasons now, also has a win in the 2017 Prix Maurice Du Gheest to his name, and though Donjuan Triumphant, the third runner with a realistic chance, has not won at the highest level, he was placed behind Sands Of Mali at Ascot eight months ago.It is a remarkably strong contest for what is normally a fallow time between the Derby meeting and Royal Ascot and even the fact that it will be run on testing ground should not detract too much from the spectacle as all three of the main contenders have form on soft going.The ground should, in fact, be more to the liking of Sands of Mali (3.30) than the sounder surface at Meydan in March, when he finished only sixth in the Al Quoz Sprint. He made all to win on good-to-soft at Ascot last October and both the race conditions – all six runners carry 9st 4lb – and the lack of an obvious opponent for the lead will be in his favour as he attempts to do the same this time.Elsewhere on the Hamilton card, Zig Zag Zyggy (4.30) is up just 3lb for a recent course-and-distance win in a good time, while Boundsy (5.00) should also go well in the final event. Universal Gleam (3.50) and Magical Spirit (4.20) both have strong chances at Ripon, while Fields Of Athenry (6.30) is the pick in the one-mile handicap at Chelmsford in the evening, a fascinating race in which all six runners are priced between 9-4 and 17-2.Grecia hopeful for Ascot after Guineas flopMagna Grecia, one of the first horses beaten in last month’s Irish 2,000 Guineas, remains among the possible runners for an outstanding renewal of the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot in 13 days’ time after he was found to have pulled a hamstring when returning to light exercise after his run at The Curragh.Magna Grecia was the first of Aidan O’Brien’s three Classic winners in Britain so far this season when he took the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket on the first weekend in May. He was then sent off as the 6-4 joint-favourite for the Irish equivalent alongside Too Darn Hot, last year’s top juvenile, but faded rapidly from three furlongs out behind the 16-1 winner, Phoenix Of Spain.At the time, it seemed possible that a draw close to the stands’ rail might have exaggerated Magna Grecia’s superiority at Newmarket but the news that a minor physical problem emerged following his poor run in Ireland will offer reassurance to punters if he makes the line-up for the feature race on Royal Ascot’s opening day.Phoenix Of Spain and Too Darn Hot are also on course to run in the St James’s Palace Stakes, where they could be joined by Persian King, the French 2,000 Guineas winner, and King Of Comedy, a stable companion of Too Darn Hot at the John Gosden yard. King Of Comedy took the Heron Stakes at Sandown on 23 May, the same race which Gosden won in 2018 with the subsequent St James’s Palace winner, Without Parole. Was this helpful? Since you’re here… Show Royal Ascot 2019 Aidan O’Brien Reuse this content Share on LinkedIn Royal Ascot Share on Facebook Share on Pinterest Share on WhatsApp Quick guide Thursday tips Facebook Topics Horse racinglast_img read more