The Anna Regina Community Centre Ground came alive on Sunday night as hundreds flocked the venue to support their favourite artistes vying for the National Chutney Monarch 2019.Newly-crowned Chutney Monarch Steven Ramphal during his performanceAfter some excellent performances, Steven Ramphal was named the winner for his tune, “Rang Ke Baare” followed by the 2018 Chutney Monarch, Bunty Singh, who performed “Pholourie”. The third spot was won by former Chutney Monarch, Pooran Seeraj with “GT Ladki” and rounding off the top spot was Arjit Singh who performed “Ring on the Lukanee”.An elated Ramphal was lost for words after the announcement. The young artiste, who also secured second place at the Carib Soca Monarch, said that he remained humble during the competition and had his eyes on the prize from the inception.However, the show was of high standards which saw the Shakti Strings Orchestra accompanying the artistes. As Trinidadian Chutney singer, Adesh Samaroo took to the stage, the crowd went hysterical. He was the guest performer at the event promoted by the Social Cohesion Ministry.Fourth place winner Arjit Singh on stageHowever, the lone female singer, Goonwattie Harrynarine, also called “Amrita” of Berbice who performed “Dulaha Dulahin” at the semi-finals claimed that she was cheated.She told Guyana Times that while on her way to Essequibo, she was told to return to Berbice since the winners of the competition were already chosen. She also claimed that she attempted to speak to an official but did not get any satisfaction.Meanwhile, the winner will collect $1 million along with two airline tickets to any Caribbean Airlines destinations.The second place winner will receive $600,000 while the third place winner will receive $400,000 and $200,000 will be given to the person who secured the fourth spot.
The drastic loss of form of Darren O’Leary remains a concern for Cappry ahead of their crucial clash with Milford United this weekend.The Manchester City fan has seen his beloved side beaten by Arsenal and then humbled by Middlesbrough in the FA Cup.The embarrassment has affected O’Leary’s form and Cappry will hope City’s encouraging draw with Chelsea will ensure there towering centre-half returns to the form of old. O’Leary is a quality centre-half and one of the best in the division, but perhaps the fact he has to cover every week for the tactically inept Gavin Reilly has now taken its toll.Cappry Rovers are in for a very tough game when they travel to Moyle View Park, Milford on Sunday.They are to take on Milford Utd who are on a bit of a high after winning the two games on the trot, their last a very impressive 5-3 win against Drumoghill FC. Kick off in Milford, 2pm.All support welcome. CAPPRY ROVERS NOTES 02/02/2015CAPPRY ROVERS LOTTOLast weeks lotto numbers were 7, 18, 19, 21. There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was Noel McMenamin, Conkers.Next weeks jackpot is €1900. Remember if you’re not in you can’t win!! DONEGAL YOUTH LEAGUECappry Rovers 3-0 Fanad UtdOur U18’s beat Fanad Utd 3-0 at home today. Goals from Ethan McGlynn, Brian Foy and Stephen Carr. Well done to the lads on a difficulty day, with better finishing we could have had a few more.Training on Monday nights as usual at 7.30pm, Cappry Park .UNDER 10’sUnder 10 training for Cappry Rovers will be starting back on Friday 6th of February, time to be confirmed.CAPPRY CLUB GEARWe will be holding an order evening for Cappry Club gear on Thursday, Feb 5th. Time will be confirmed closer to the day.LAST MAN STANDINGWe are entering our 3rd week of our Last Man Standing competition and we still have 104 participants left in the competition.This weekends selections will be posted on our Facebook page.Good luck to all.O’LEARYS LOSS OF FORM FOR CAPPRY ROVERS WORRYING AHEAD OF CRUCIAL CLASH WITH MILFORD was last modified: February 3rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Cappry RoversNoticessoccerSport