Sporting News has projections for all 40 bowl games here, and we will track the bids live throughout the day below.MORE: CFP rankings: Who are four teams in?College football bowl bid tracker 2019-20DateBowlTeamsDec. 20Makers Wanted Bahamas BowlBuffalo vs. CharlotteDec. 20Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco BowlKent State vs. Utah StateDec. 21New Mexico BowlSan Diego State vs. Central MichiganDec. 21FBC Mortgage Cure BowlGeorgia Southern vs. LibertyDec. 21Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton BowlFAU vs. SMUDec. 21Camellia BowlArkansas State vs. FIUDec. 21Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas BowlWashington vs. Boise StateDec. 21R&L Carriers New Orleans BowlAppalachian State vs. UABDec. 23Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla BowlUCF vs. MarshallDec. 24SoFi Hawai’i BowlHawaii vs. BYUDec. 26Walk-On’s Independence BowlMiami vs. Louisiana TechDec. 26Quick Lane BowlPitt vs. Eastern MichiganDec. 27Military Bowl Presented by Northrop GrummanNorth Carolina vs. TempleDec. 27New Era Pinstripe BowlWake Forest vs. Michigan StateDec. 27Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas BowlOklahoma State vs. Texas A&MDec. 27SDCCU Holiday BowlUSC vs. IowaDec. 27Cheez-It BowlAir Force vs. Washington StateDec. 28Camping World BowlIowa State vs. Notre DameDec. 30SERVPRO First Responder BowlWestern Kentucky vs. Western MichiganDec. 30Franklin American Mortgage Music City BowlMississippi State vs. LouisvilleDec. 30Redbox BowlIllinois vs. CalDec. 31Belk BowlVirginia Tech vs. KentuckyDec. 31Tony the Tiger Sun BowlFlorida State vs. Arizona StateDec. 31AutoZone Liberty BowlNavy vs. Kansas StateDec. 31Valero Alamo BowlUtah vs. TexasDec. 31NOVA Home Loans Arizona BowlGeorgia State vs. WyomingJan. 1Outback BowlAuburn vs. MinnesotaJan. 1Vrbo Citrus BowlAlabama vs. MichiganJan. 2TickerSmarter Birmingham BowlBoston College vs. CincinnatiJan. 2TaxSlayer Gator BowlTennessee vs. IndianaJan. 3Famous Idaho Potato BowlOhio vs. NevadaJan. 4Lockheed Martin Armed Forces BowlTulane vs. Southern MissJan. 6LendingTree BowlLouisiana vs. Miami (Ohio)College Football Playoff, New Year’s 6 gamesDateBowlTeamsDec. 28Goodyear Cotton Bowl ClassicPenn State vs. MemphisDec. 28Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (CFP semifinal)LSU vs. OklahomaDec. 28PlayStation Fiesta Bowl (CFP semifinal)Ohio State vs. ClemsonDec. 30Capital One Orange BowlFlorida vs. VirginiaJan. 1Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern MutualWisconsin vs. OregonJan. 1Allstate Sugar BowlGeorgia vs. BaylorJan. 13College Football Playoff championshipTBD vs. TBD The 2019-20 college football bowl schedule features 40 games between FBS teams, with the finale at the national title game on Jan. 13 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This year’s College Football Playoff semifinal games will be on Dec. 28. All of the bowl bids, including the CFP and New Year’s Day 6, will be revealed live during ESPN’s four-hour selection show on Sunday, beginning at noon ET.
Retire the question, please. Lamar Jackson, who won a Heisman Trophy at Louisville, had to answer it before he slipped to the final pick of the first round in the 2018 NFL Draft. He won the NFL MVP in his second season. That’s that.NFL COMBINE: Results tracker | 40 timesHurts, meanwhile, improved his NFL Draft stock with a strong showing Thursday at the NFL Combine. The Heisman Trophy finalist ran a 4.54 in the 40-yard dash — the third-fastest time among quarterbacks. He did not look much different in throwing drills than Oregon’s Justin Herbert or Georgia’s Jake Fromm, who are generally considered the next best first-round prospects behind LSU’s Joe Burrow and Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa. Hurts’ efforts garnered praise from pundits, and then comparisons to Dak Prescott — a fourth-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft who has started every game the past four seasons for the Cowboys — started to perk up. Jalen Hurts just ran a 4.59 40 – plenty fast for such a powerful young man at 222 pounds. Plenty enough arm, too. He can win lots of games as a starting QB in the NFL. Playmaker. Leader.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) February 27, 2020Jalen Hurts looking damn good out there!— Damien Woody (@damienwoody) February 28, 2020Hurts experienced the best of both worlds in college at Alabama and Oklahoma. He started in two College Football Playoff championship games for the Crimson Tide. He led a memorable comeback in the SEC championship game. Then he transferred to Oklahoma, pushed his completion percentage near 70 and piled up enough total yardage and touchdowns to be the third consecutive Heisman-finalist QB under Lincoln Riley. The first two — Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray — won the award and were back-to-back No. 1 overall picks in the NFL Draft. Hurts fits the winner description, too. He had a 38-4 record as a starter in college. Yes, he led Playoff bluebloods, but he handled the pressure of playing in both places with uncommon poise. Can Hurts do the same in the NFL? Didn’t we ask this question about Murray last year? It’s the same question the Saints and other organizations are asking about former BYU quarterback Taysom Hill now. We used to do it with Kordell Stewart. Hurts might be asked to play that slash-type role, but he is more than that. He’s a quarterback. He also has put in enough work to be more than just a Day 3 pick. There is now a chance Hurts will bump into the second round, especially for a team that is willing to push the mesh point with college and the pros. Arizona did that last year with Murray, and other franchises will follow. In what has become a tiresome rite of passage at the NFL Scouting Combine, Oklahoma’s Jalen Hurts became the latest quarterback to defend his position as he heads to the next level. “I’ve always been a team-first guy, but I think I’m a quarterback,” Hurts told reporters, via Touchdown Alabama Magazine. “I think that’s that.” Hurts might not be a starter in the NFL right away, but with the right fit he could get that opportunity soon enough. He answered that question on and off the field in Indianapolis. He’s a quarterback at the next level. That’s that.
Hey ya’ll, if you hadn’t noticed, in a minute “Black Mystery Month,” so sorry Charlie Chan, “Black History Month,” is about to fade into the sunset of the American consciousness. Another indicator that the month is about to come to a close is the media “joyriding” with recently released cinematic jewels that are about to join the future of BHM programming. The films “Red Tails” and “The Help” are about magical and romantic times. The stories profile the era when people of color had to rumble just to get a drink of water on a hot day and were faced with death because all they wanted to do was hang out and go to school with the ruling class; ya know, mundane and trivial stuff.As a few of the African-American actresses gathered to pick up awards for their performances, Viola Davis wore a stunning gown that prominently featured God’s endowments north of her waistline and I am not referring to the expensive weave that she was sporting. If her male employer in “The Help” had been aware what jewels were hidden under her work uniform, another title most likely to have been bestowed upon her would have been “the mistress.” Oh but I am sure that she was—well at least according to the acceptance speech that Hattie McDaniel gave when she accepted her Oscar for best supporting actress in the film “Gone With The Wind”— “a credit to her race.”Sports and entertainment are not separate entities. There are specific components of sports that make it life threatening on a game by game basis. There are also certain elements that compose our daily entertainment choices that pose a high risk for the performers as well. In any full contact sport, danger lies behind every route across the middle, every venture into the “painted” area and each journey across center ice. Also, when we travel to cinema houses to see action films, are we cognizant of what “stuntmen” endure to film the “action” scenes that cause us to sit on the edge of our seats. While viewing the NAACP Image awards, I sat on the edge of my seat when the Black Stuntmen Association recalled stories about how they had to fight and persevere just to place their lives in danger to pursue employment as stunt performers.The road to equality has been and continues to be paved in blood. When I hear all of these glorified stories about the social and economic struggles of any race of people I have and will always remain intrigued. We run our mouths about who received an invitation to the funeral of the late great megastar Whitney Houston and what they were wearing, but remain mystified concerning the graduation rates of our high school and college students.When it comes to our students and student/athletes, no child left behind just means that. They quit school, are in prison; and in some cases, as a result of escalating violence and immorality in our communities, have met their maker far too soon.There are definite and insidious cases of peonage that exist in our society. Let’s take “another” look at the system of secondary school and college athletics in America. (I say another because in my opinion a lot of people are still not getting it). What was the average unemployment rate of Black Americans being held, not living in but confined in the American south in 1862 just prior to being “liberated” and I use that term very, very, liberally. Well the jobless rate for people of color was very close to zero percent. When you have free labor you can hire as many employees as you please without any budgetary and fiscal restraints. It also appears that the only time the majority of Black student athletes become “unemployed” is when they step from under the “protective “umbrella of the NCAA.” Just as the southern majority did in slavery, the NCAA provides three hots and a cot for the athletes that fill their stadiums and arenas while pretending they demand academic excellence based on diluted G.P.A. standards. However the NCAA provides little and oftentimes no resources or safety nets for the athletes that may stumble slightly or fall prior to the completion of their education. For all intents and purposes, the one sided covenants and pseudo-obligations that the NCAA professes to have for all of the performers that rake in millions of dollars for them are voided as soon as the athlete steps across the borders of that particular campus. Don’t forget our high school educational system. If you look close enough you will plainly see that our secondary schools are nothing but a huge consortium of “grapefruit leagues” of which the primary purpose is to provide bodies for the incorrigible ruling powers of the NCAA. Talk about class warfare.Some folks are right; there is a continuation of the “war of the classes” that has been fought for the last 149 years with no peace treaty in sight. So when you hear some misguided fan complaining about the inflated salaries of Lebron James, Cam Newton or Prince Fielder, just softly reply in the words of the late Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson; “payback is real mother for ya.”(Aubrey Bruce can be reached at email@example.com or 412-583-6741.)
ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 25, 2017)–With California-bred or sired horses engaged, Saturday’s $100,000 Sensational Star Stakes came down to an inch–with 2014 winner Ambitious Brew just getting up to win by a nose under Mike Smith over Richard’s Boy and Victor Espinoza. A Pamela Ziebarth homebred 7-year-old gelding by Tizbud, he’s trained by Marty Jones and got the 6 ½ furlongs down Santa Anita’s hillside turf course in 1:12.05.Ridden by Mike Smith, Ambitious Brew, idle since well beaten down the hill in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint on Nov. 5, sat a close second to Richard’s boy the entire trip and gradually wore him down right on the money.“The field was short but tough,” said Smith. “I really wasn’t looking around too much, it was just about getting comfortable. Marty had him ready to go today. I thought I had it at the wire. Victor’s horse is game though. When I stayed close, his horse really responded…I didn’t want to stay too close and have Richard’s Boy fight harder and hold us off…I was hoping it would work…For a minute, I didn’t think I was going to get by him.”Off at 3-1 in a race that offered win wagering only, Ambitious Brew paid $8.20.“This is amazing,” said Ziebarth. “We’ve had a really slow year so far, but this is a good way to get things going. He just tries every time he goes out there. You can always depend on him to give his all. This whole family tries, everything out of this mare (Kathwen, by Forest Wildcat) tries.”A winner of the Grade III Eddie D. Stakes over the course two starts back on Sept. 30, Ambitious Brew now has six wins from 11 tries over the unique layout. With the winner’s share of $60,000, he now has earnings of $559,225, while his overall mark now stands at 22-8-7-0.“When they were going head and head like they were, I was thinking, ‘I hope he’s fit enough,’” said Jones. “Mike knows where that wire’s at. A three-horse race is a real tactical race for the jockeys and Mike’s the best, but the horse is a special horse. From day one he acted like a special horse and he’s been a lot of fun the last four years…He’s getting a little older so maybe we’ll give him a little more time between races and pick our spots.”Richard’s Boy, who was also off at 3-1, finished 1 ½ lengths in front of Bettys Bambino, who was heavily favored at 2-5 and trailed throughout.Fractions on the race were 22.45, 44.52 and 1:06.17. Note: The Sensational Star trophy was jointly presented by former Gilligan’s Island star Dawn Wells and Bill Spawr, who trained the multiple stakes winning Sensational Star. RACE IS PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA BRED OR SIRED HORSES
The Pacific MMI Lewas were given a close scare beating the Cricket Without Borders(CWOB) team by two wickets Thursday morning in Japan.The Lewas again got off to the perfect start to the game when they knocked off the first four CWOB batters for a measly 20 runs.However, complacency in the Lewas bowlers allowed CWOB to fight back and survive the full 20 overs to post a target of 93.The Lewas were expensive, giving away 15 runs through extras. CWOB’s Lauren McLean top scored with 31 runs.The Lewas’ run chase began in disastrous fashion as openers Sibona Jimmy (0) and Tanya Ruma (5) were sent back in the opening overs of the game.More wickets fell for the Lewas who at one stage found themselves on the ropes at 5/42. However, tail enders Varoi Morea (21) and Veru Frank (10) steadied the ship and guided the Lewas to victory with two wickets to spare in the 16th over.In their second match in the afternoon, 4 wickets from Lewas’ Boni David ensured them victory over Samoa by 24 runs.The Lewas posted a low target of 99, however managed to make up with the ball thanks to some David magic that snared her 4 wickets at the cost of only 12 runs.The Lewas have a rest today which will give them time to prepare for their biggest challenge yet, to play Japan on Saturday morning.
ArcelorMittal will have to share the Liberian rail line it is using to export iron ore with Sable Mining and others miners in Guinea who request access, Liberia’s finance minister Amara Konneh said on Wednesday.Liberia, which neighbours Guinea, has an existing rail link to the Buchanan port in the Atlantic and offers a far shorter export route from deposits such as the giant Simandou project and Mount Nimba in Guinea, which is vital for mines to be profitable at current prices.The rail line is currently operated by ArcelorMittal, the world largest steelmaker.”ArcelorMittal is open to the multi-use of the rail because it is enshrined in the mineral development agreement signed with them. The government of Liberia would like to use its rail as much as possible for economic integration that is going to benefit both sides,” he told Reuters.”So this year I will be travelling between Guinea and Liberia bringing all the stakeholders together so that we can close this deal (between Sable and ArcelorMittal).”The Guinean government has so far granted permission to export through Liberia only to Sable Mining (SBLM.L), which is aiming to start production in 2015 and hit 5 million tonnes per year output after that.To allow more companies to use the line though works need to be undertaken to expand its capacity and the companies wishing to use such lines will have to pay the bill for that, the minister said.Adding a second rail line is also an option, he added.A spokeswoman for ArcelorMittal said the firm is willing to discuss availability on the Yekepa to Buchanan railway with third parties who may want to use available surplus capacity without interfering with ArcelorMittal Liberia operations.It is unclear whether ArcelorMittal currently has spare availability for third parties but the steelmaker is ramping up its iron ore mining operations in Liberia and expect its production will grow from around 4 million tonnes a year to 15 million in 2015.MOUNT NIMBAThe Guinean government granted iron ore miner Sable permission to export through Liberia in October, which could increase the viability of its Nimba project.Sable then signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in November with the Liberian government.”The two government have agreed that they (Sable) will use Liberia and the Buchanan port to export ore from Guinea but just need to get the two companies to agree on the costs,” he said.Export through Guinea is also critical for the other Mount Nimba deposit owned by major miner BHP Billiton (BLT.L) and gold miner Newmont (NEM.N).BHP has been in talks over its 40 percent stake in the deposit with mining venture B&A Mineracao, co-founded by the former boss of Brazil’s Vale (VALE5.SA) Roger Agnelli, over the last few months.A source close to the deal said the possibility to have an export route through Liberia is vital to the sale.Konneh said the other companies developing the Mount Nimba deposit are also welcome to export through Liberia.”The question is about increasing the capacity so that the coming of these companies doesn’t hinder ArcelorMittal operations in Liberia,” he said.”We are discussing on how to make that increase happen. The companies who want to use (the rail) will finance that.”Rio Tinto had also initially looked at exporting iron ore from its slice of the massive iron ore deposit Simandou through Liberia.Rio Tinto however has late agreed with the Guinean government to develop a trans-Guinean route which would provide wider benefits to Guinea but would take longer to develop and involve multi billion investment.Guinea’s president Alpha Conde said in November he was confident of investor commitments to fund the costly infrastructure.Liberia has “medium-term” plans to launch an international bond but will first seek a debt rating, Konneh told Reuters in an interview on Wednesday.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — It should come as no surprise to anyone that, in looking ahead to the New Year, Mayor Lori Ackerman sees this city’s number one priority as economic growth and the challenges associated with it.However, in a year end interview, she took a look at those issues through a lens which she focused on quality of life and quality of experience.- Advertisement –
NEW YORK – Big companies like L.L. Bean and Hallmark are already in holiday mode, sending out catalogs and putting merchandise on display. Small-business owners might want to follow their lead. Although Christmas is still three months away, doing some holiday planning now will make life – business and personal – a lot easier come December. That includes thinking about year-end staffing and parties and buying gifts now. It can also mean getting customers ready. At Pooch Chicago, an upscale day-care, kennel and spa for dogs, owner Robin Tomb began reminding customers in July that they need to book early for the holidays, or risk not being able to board their pets when December arrives. “We have found over the past several years that come early December, we’re completely booked, and people haven’t planned,” Tomb said. Some of her best customers were surprised when they called Dec. 22 and learned it was too late to board their pets. To try to avoid such disappointments, the Pooch Hotel is sending another reminder this week “so we can take care of clients now,” Tomb said. Many companies have learned that planning holiday-staffing levels – including who’ll be off and at what times – is best done early to avoid conflicts between employees, and to be sure that customers and clients are taken care of. At PR by the Book, an Austin, Texas-based publicity firm, planning means asking employees how much time they need to take off for the holidays, and then coordinating the company’s workload accordingly. Owner Marika Flatt says the company won’t take on more projects than it can handle during the holidays because “we all have young kids and we all want to spend time around the holidays with our families.” “We like to prepare for that in advance; the worst thing we can do is overcommit and not deliver,” Flatt said. That can mean turning away some new business, but Flatt said that because two-thirds of the company’s clients are book-related, for the most part their needs can often be handled before or after the holidays. So she’ll arrange in advance with clients to do the work when it’s not the height of the holiday season. Early planning for holiday parties is critical if owners want to ensure they hold their events at the locations they want on the dates they want. Basho Strategies Inc., a Burlington, Mass.-based company that provides sales training, has picked dates for its client and employee holiday parties, and already booked a spot for the latter event. “It’s absolutely essential to start looking” early, said Renay Picard, Basho’s vice president of marketing. “If we had waited any longer, it would be too late.” Like many companies, Basho learned the hard way that it should have planned in advance, Picard said. Planning has also become critical because the company has grown so much; now, an executive assistant handles many of the details. Because Bridget Cavanaugh’s business planned early for its employee party, “we had all the choices of weekends – Friday and Saturday nights. Everything we were looking at, we had all the choices,” she said. Cavanaugh, co-founder of O’Berry Cavanaugh, a Bozeman, Mont.-based advertising agency, said the company waited too long last year, so planning became a very hectic affair. “We made a commitment as a company that we were going to nail down next year’s holiday party,” she said. Planning is also necessary if you’re looking to give client, vendor or employee gifts that are more unique and have a bigger impact than mugs or calendars. “Now is the time to really sit down and think about the kind of gifts I want to give my clients,” said Jennefer Witter, owner of New York-based The Boreland Group Inc., a public-relations firm. “I don’t like to rush; I want to think about who they are and what their interests are, and that takes time to put together.” After she comes up with some ideas, Witter said, she has an assistant who helps her track down the best places to find the gifts. She also tries to personalize the more than 200 cards she sends – “something so that it won’t be a rote holiday card.” That will also require more time than just stuffing identical cards into envelopes.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A brave St.Johnson mum of four is ticking off all the things on her ‘most wanted’ list after she beat cancer.Determined Denis Brown always dreamed of fulfilling her ambitions like recording her own CD, visiting New York and climbing Croagh Patrick.But when she was struck down by cancer in 2002 she never thought she would live to see those dreams come through. But now that she has beaten the dreaded disease, she is grabbing life by the horns.Denise, who now lives in Raphoe, revealed she was so convinced she was going to die that she wrote partner Paul a letter and even bought birthday cards and wrote them for her children right up to their 18th birthday.“That’s how scared I was. I didn’t just want to leave them on their own. I wanted to be with them on their birthdays.“I also knew that Paul would need some help so I wrote him out a letter of all the little things he needed to do for the children. I even told him that I didn’t mind if he met another woman as long as she was good to the children,” revealed Denise, 39. But despite being told by consultants at Letterkenny General Hospital that she might only have six months to live, she battled on.She had a mastectomy and had to undergo chemotherapy and even asked her children to shave off her beautiful blonde hair so they wouldn’t feel left out.Denise said her battle with cancer made her have a completely different outlook on life.She remembers people coming to repossess her car and not having enough money to pay the electricity bill but they were small things compared to her cancer.“All Paul and me were concerned about was helping me to live so we could continue to be a family together. People talk about the Celtic Tiger and how tough things are now. We never saw the Celtic Tiger because all out money went on cancer treatment and running to hospitals,” she laughed. As well as recording her CD and scaling the pilgrimage to Mayo, Co Donegal woman Denise also has a raft of other items on her ‘bucket list.’She plans to visit New York, wants to run in this year’s Dublin City Marathon, learn how to play golf and also wants to see Donegal life the Sam Maguire cup at Croke Park.But the inspirational woman has completed a few things already on her bucket list.She promised herself an old Mercedes car and moved to a bigger house. And she has also walked on the beach in Gweedore in her bare feet touching the sand. But the biggest thing on her list was having more children and seeing her eldest daughter Erin, now 13, making her First Communion.“Seeing Erin in her dress was something I honestly thought I would never see. The arrival of my two other children after the cancer, Conrad and Regan, are just the icing on the cake. Now my life is complete,” she said.Or perhaps almost complete.Denise also revealed that when she had her surgery, partner Paul arrived in the hospital with a ring and asked her to marry him.She told him she would when her blonde hair grew as long as she could grow it.“It’s now down my back and I don’t think it can get any longer. We don’t need to be married to know that we want to spend the rest of our lives together.“But maybe he might get the hint now that my hair is really long and ask me again,” laughed Denise.EndsDREAMER DENISE STARTS ‘BUCKET LIST’ AFTER CONQUERING CANCER was last modified: March 3rd, 2011 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)
FANCY winning a fabulous Christmas night out for you and your friends?Well Donegal Daily and the Mount Errigal Hotel in Letterkenny have come together so that one lucky winner can take NINE friends on a wonderful night out on Friday, December 12.Abba Reunion returns due to popular demand to the Mount Errigal Hotel that night. And we have a table for ten to give away. Celebrating Abba’s 40th year of Flares, Fame & Fabulousness! This is THE best Abba tribute in Europe, this group have toured the world and stars the original Frida from the West End!The Christmas Party Package includes:* A Warm Welcome By Your Dedicated Party Host* Bellini Cocktail By The Lobby Fire * 4 Course Meal to include the Mount Errigal Hotel’s Famous, 10oz Josper Sirloin Steak* Abba Reunion, superbly accurate harmony vocals, stunning replica costumes & excellent visuals.* Followed by Disco by Donegal’s best DJ – John Bosco.So how do you win this fabulous prize?It’s simple. Log on to http://www.mounterrigal.com/en/events/2014/12/ to see their fabulous Christmas Party Line-up. Answer this question:How many nights will Abba Reunion play at the Mount Errigal Hotel this Christmas?Then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org giving your answer, name, contact number and where you’re from! Simple.Closing date for entries is next Wednesday, November 26th at noon. Usual competition rules apply. The prize is for Friday, December 12th. No alternative dates are on offer and there is no cash alternative. Good luck!WIN AN ENTIRE CHRISTMAS PARTY NIGHT OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS! was last modified: November 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:Abba ReunionMount Errigal Hotelwin a christmas party