Costigan determined to tackle fixture backlog.

first_imgJohn Costigan believes that regular consultation with officials from the four GAA areas in Tipp will be vital to achieving that aim.The former intercounty hurler and County Board Chairman was approached to take up the role earlier this month.He says that while there has been a lot of good work already done by the CCC with regard to fixture planning the situation could still be improved…last_img

Lonzo Ball suing Big Baller Brand co-founder Alan Foster

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersESPN was first to report that the family first learned last year that $1.5 million was missing from the BBB coffers, which the lawsuit alleges was invested in Ethiopian assets, so Foster could embezzle it and not pay taxes on the cash. It also accuses Foster of starting other companies in Wyoming (where BBB is incorporated) without Ball’s knowledge, botching tax filings, and overcharging for loan referral fees with questionable authenticity.Related Articles Lonzo Ball has since cut ties with Foster, removing him as manager of the company, which recently hosted an All-Star Game for young prospects but whose future is very much in doubt. The company has struggled with customer service and deliveries.According to the lawsuit, Foster has refused to account for the missing money to Ball.Per the ESPN report, Foster owned 16.3 percent of the company, while Lonzo owns 51 percent. LaVar owns 16.4 percent and Lonzo’s mother Tina Ball owns 16.3 percent.Ball traveled with the Lakers on their latest road trip despite being shut down for the year with a left ankle injury. Teammates believe Ball is positioning himself to sign a contract with an established apparel company during the offseason. Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs A power schism within Big Baller Brand is headed to the courtroom.Lakers guard Lonzo Ball and Big Baller Brand are suing company co-founder Alan Foster, accusing him of fraud and improperly taking $1.5 million from company accounts to use for his own ends. Filed Tuesday to California Superior Court, the suit seeks more than $2 million in damages.Obtained by The Orange County Register, the court filing lays out the narrative of Foster, who previously pled in 2002 and served almost a decade in prison, as a con artist who intentionally got close to the Ball family for a “fraudulent scheme” to shave off the spoils of Lonzo Ball’s basketball career.The document accuses Foster of misrepresenting himself to the Ball family, particularly patriarch LaVar Ball, who he met in 2010. After Lonzo Ball was drafted by the Lakers in 2017, the lawsuit alleges that he trumped up his business credentials to the family to get them to start Big Baller Brand instead of signing with an established company, then benefited from his control over the corporate accounts. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

THINGS GO SWIMMINGLY WELL FOR ROMANTIC NEW YEAR’S DAY PROPOSAL!

first_imgFiona and Gregory get signed up for marriage! Picture by Alison McLaughlin of the Image Mill.A Co Donegal man is relieved that his unusual wedding proposal went ‘swimmingly well’ after he popped the question during a New Year’s Day swim.Romantic Gregory McGuinness, from Culdaff, had thought about many ways to propose to girlfriend Fiona Rooney from Sligo.But he decided to do the necessary while both took part in yesterday’s New Year’s Day swim on Culdaff Beach. But Gregory, 29, the son of Donegal County Councillor Bernard McGuinness, has revealed he was terrified the ring would fall out of his pocket!He spent almost a year thinking of romantic ways to ask Fiona to be his wife.He finally settled on the idea of the New Year’s Day swim and asked his sister to make him a sign which they held up on the beach.Thankfully Fiona, also 29, said yes and all those who had gathered for the swim clapped with delight – but only after she managed to wipe all the saltwater from her eyes. “I was hoping he would eventually ask me. We have been going out together for three years.“But not in a million years did I think it would be in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on a New Year’s day.“When we were in the water Greg pointed to these people holding lots of signs up but I had so much water in my eyes that I could see it at first. Then I saw Greg with the ring.“I didn’t know what to say at first and he asked me again. And then I said ‘of course, of course,” revealed Fiona.Greg revealed how he had to ask Fiona’s friends to try to find unusual ways of getting her ring size and what kind of ring she liked before getting the sparkler. “They had to get a few glasses of wife into her and they were all trying on rings and discussing types of rings so I could get it right. Thankfully she loves it and everything went great on the day,” added Greg.The couple, who live together in Stoneybatter, Dublin, have been celebrating with friends since being carried away on a ‘wave’ of excitement!THINGS GO SWIMMINGLY WELL FOR ROMANTIC NEW YEAR’S DAY PROPOSAL! was last modified: January 2nd, 2015 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:culdaffdonegalFiona RooneyGregory McGuinnessproposalringswimlast_img read more