Both matches kick-off at 2.30pm. The North Tipp side sit fourth in the Division 2A table while the Spafield-based team are one place below them.Ormond also have a better points difference – +52 as opposed to Cashel’s +49.The latter face relegated Thomond at home this afternoon while Nenagh travel to take on 3rd placed UCC in the Mardyke in the final round of regular season fixtures.
Presidential elections may be over, but Americans are still pinning Mitt Romney and Barack Obama up against each other, debating which politician they would choose to “fly their plane”.According to a cheapflights.com.au survey of 19 past and current president and presidential candidates, Obama was selected as the preferred pilot, however, he was also the top choice that respondents would most like to “throw off” the aircraft.Following Obama, Ronald Reagan was selected as second best presidential pilot, winning 12 percent of the votes, followed by Mitt Romney in third place with 10.9 percent.When it came time to select which candidate respondents would ‘most like to toss off a plane’, Obama received 22 percent of the votes, while Romney swooped up 16.66 percent.Sarah Palin also made the top five of politicians people would most like to see falling from a plane, receiving 15.7 percent of the votes, followed by George W. Bush, with 9.6 percent. Of the president and presidential candidates, respondents said they’d most like to sit next to Obama, Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. Fly, fall, or sit with. Which president or presidential candidate would you most like to have fly your plane? Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J