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Last year’s market plunge and quick recovery appear to have changed the way people feel about the value of guaranteed lifetime income, the firm found. That is based on the differences in two surveys — one conducted just before the pandemic and another in August. In February 2020, 71% of people said they regarded guaranteed lifetime income as highly valuable, but that figure had dropped to 63% by August.Meanwhile, financial professionals said the appeal of the products increased: In August, 62% said the value was high in the context of the interest-rate environment, up from 42% who said so last February, according to Cannex. In the context of the stock market, 66% of advisers in August said they favored the products, up slightly from 65% in February.PEOPLE STILL FEEL UNCERTAINThat a narrower majority of people said that they found guaranteed lifetime income valuable was surprising, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that people aren’t interested in annuities with those features, said Tamiko Toland, director of retirement markets at Cannex USA.“We don’t believe that that drop is actually a signal that people value guaranteed lifetime income less,” Toland said. “We think it has more to do with the question itself and other factors, including the market volatility piece.”The market’s fast recovery appears to have tempered people’s views on volatility, and therefore their thoughts at that moment in time about the safety that guaranteed annuities can provide. Financial advice goes viral on social media “Financial professionals don’t share that view,” Toland said. “They know not all market events will have such a quick recovery.” The differences between the two surveys sound a warning that advisers’ messages to clients about market volatility might not be as effective as they would hope. When asked how they felt economically, 46% of people said they were less secure during the pandemic, the surveys found. “People are still feeling uncertain. There are a lot of things to be uncertain about,” Toland said.Total U.S. annuity sales were down in 2020, largely due to a dip toward the first part of the year. But demand ramped up during the fourth quarter, rising 2% over the same period in 2019, according to data from Limra’s Secure Retirement Institute. The increase in sales was led by registered index-linked annuities and traditional fixed annuities.ANNUITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF A WIDER FINANCIAL PLAN Despite the drop in the percentage of people who said they find the idea of guaranteed lifetime income highly valuable, advisers said they’ve seen more client interest during the pandemic.A quarter of advisers said they’ve had more clients ask about the products, and about half of financial professionals said clients became more receptive to them, according to Cannex. Historically, advisers have underestimated how interested clients would be in guaranteed income, the firm’s prior surveys found. Advisers are seeing more value than ever in the guaranteed lifetime income provided by annuities, but their clients may not feel the same way, according to a report Wednesday from Cannex. “Advisers should be talking to their clients about it,” Toland said. “The barriers to the receptiveness of annuities really don’t reside with consumers.”Because annuities vary so widely in basic design and available features, a conversation with clients shouldn’t start with products, she said. Later, the discussion can get to specific products and how they fit within a plan. Some clients, for example, are not interested in how annuities can help them avoid the effects of market volatility, but they may be keen on products designed for accumulation.“It’s a very large tent. So let’s not focus on the big things or even annuitization … which is not typically what people purchase it for,” she said. “If a financial professional is doing their job, their clients trust them to provide an overarching narrative for their planning.”
For $379, you’ll get the head unit plus a speed/cadence sensor and heart rate monitor. Or, you could start with this bundle, then add the power meter later. Or just pair it with your current power meter – any ANT+ model should work. The computer has a touchscreen interface that allows for on the fly customization and zero-cal.And starting later this fall, it’ll also show gearing (top left of screen) and gear ratio (top right) when paired with Shimano’s D-Fly wireless transmitter for Di2 drivetrains.Pioneer’s cycling computers have built in WiFi, letting them instantly and automatically connect to their Cyclo-Sphere training software in the cloud. Now, that data can automatically post to Strava. Just go to your settings, then click “Web Link” on the top tabs, then “Link” and allow it to connect. Once done, the check box to transfer data to Strava should be checked, but best to make sure. By the end of September, they’ll add Training Peaks auto uploads, too. I set mine up and it worked immediately, sending my last ride straight to Strava in a matter of seconds.Check our first impressions and tech run down of the whole system here.PioneerElectronics.com Pioneer showed offer several improvements to both the system and the packaging to make them a more viable option among all manner of cyclists.For starters, you can now add their dual-sided power meter to your existing crankset. Originally, the sold a complete Dura-Ace 9000 or Ultegra 6800 crankset with power meter preinstalled for $1,850 or $1,550 respectively. Now, you can purchase the components on their own for $1,299. They come with a return shipping box, a “birth certificate” that you fill in with your information and they complete with the full installation procedure details. You send it in, they clean and prep the cranks, install it in their California-based clean room, and return it. The process will be facilitated by your local bike shop, and Pioneer will keep them posted on progress. Return time is estimated at 7-10 business days depending on how far you are from California.The power meter is compatible with any ANT+ cycling computer, but to display all of Pioneer’s advanced metrics, you’ll still need to buy the SGX-CA500 computer for $300. Or, you could get the new bundle…
LocalNews Businessman charged with 6 counts of sexual offences by: Dominica Vibes News – March 4, 2016 8471 Views 32 comments Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share Share A businessman, who was detained by police on Tuesday 2 March 2016, in connection with an investigation into a report of alleged inappropriate behaviour involving three adults and a fifteen year old female, has been charged.The businessman, whose name cannot be published in accordance with the Sexual Offences Act, appeared before Magistrate Candia Carette-George on Friday 4 March 2016.The magistrate ordered that the courtroom be cleared and as such the media was not allowed to sit in.The businessman was charged with three counts of indecent assault and three counts of unlawful sexual intercourse. He was not entitled to plead because these are indictable offences.The businessman was granted seventy-five thousand dollars bail and asked to surrender his travel documents.It is not clear at this point whether the magistrate ordered any reporting conditions.Another male adult was detained by police on Thursday 3 March in connection with the ongoing investigation.
Last year’s December meeting was stamped by Tennessee’s Derrick Henry rushing for 238 yards and four touchdowns, including a record-tying 99-yard scoring burst. In the same game, his Jacksonville backfield counterpart, Leonard Fournette, was held to only 36 yards on 14 carries.What will happen as the Thursday action returns to Duval County and now TIAA Bank Field? Here’s everything to know before betting on the “Thursday Night Football” game, including updated odds, trends and our prediction.MORE: Get the latest NFL odds at Sportsbook ReviewBetting odds for ‘Thursday Night Football’Spread: Titans -1.5Point total: 39Odds: Titans -105, Jaguars -105The Titans (1-1) have been holding steady as slight road favorites over the Jaguars (0-2). The Titans rolled over the Browns on the road in Week 1, and were edged by the Colts at home in Week 2. The Jaguars were blown out at home against the Chiefs, before losing by a point at the Texans.Titans vs. Jaguars all-time seriesThis rivalry dates back to 1995, when the Jaguars entered the NFL as an expansion team to battle the Titans’ former selves, the Houston Oilers, in the AFC Central. The peak came in ’99, when the wild-card Titans beat the division-winning Jaguars to advance to Super Bowl 34.Since 2002, when both teams entered the AFC South, the Titans hold a 21-13 edge. They are riding a four-game winning streak to further pad their differential.Three trends to know— The Titans have won five of the past six meetings and also are 5-1 against the spread in those games.— This has been a defensive-minded matchup. In only 8 of 25 meetings since 1996 has the point total gone over.— In addition to bettors flocking toward the under (63 percent), most of the action (58 percent) is on the Titans taking care of the number.MORE: Why Gardner Minshew might be the NFL’s most interesting QBThree things to watchHenry II?The Titans’ running back is picking up where he left off in 2018 with a hot start to ’19. Henry is sixth in the NFL with 165 yards rushing, averaging 4.9 yards per carry. He has 3 total touchdowns, including from scoring on a 75-yard reception in Week 1. He remains the centerpiece of the Tennessee offense, even with the line a little shorthanded without suspended left tackle Taylor Lewan.The Jaguars rank 17th against the run, just yielding a solid game to Texans power back Carlos Hyde. Look for Tennessee to give Henry his first 20-touch game as they try once again grind away to pull away.Fournette resultsIt’s been a different story for Fournette. He has a solid 181 yards from scrimmage with 36 touches over two games, but his rushing totals have been only 66 and 47 as the Jaguars haven’t gotten him going as much they would like to help rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew.The tight game script should allow Fournette to be a bigger factor on Thursday. The Titans have uncharacteristically struggled against the run early, giving up 269 yards rushing at a 5.0 yards-per-carry clip in two games.Minshew vs. MariotaMinshew has been an absolute gamer since Nick Foles went down in the opener against the Chiefs. He’s been fearless and efficient in pushing the ball downfield to speedy wide receivers D.J. Chark and Chris Conley. He also has been sacked five times and committed two turnovers. He faces his toughest test yet against the Titans’ No. 2-ranked pass defense, which already has 4 interceptions and 8 sacks with a good combination of edge rush and secondary coverage.Mariota also has had decent start. He’s battling a quadriceps injury already after being sacked four times in each game, but he’s also back to protecting the ball despite some mixed results when throwing downfield. He’s been helped by Henry and the return of tight end Delanie Walker, but he needs more from wide receivers Corey Davis, Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown to turn the corner as a passer and to earn a big next contract.MORE: Derrick Henry finally realizing potential for Titans with inexplicable power-speed combo When the Jaguars host the Titans to open the NFL’s 2019 Week 3 schedule, it will mark the fifth time in six seasons the teams have played on “Thursday Night Football” (8:20 p.m. ET, NFL Network).With the exception of 2017, half of this seasonal AFC South series has gotten the TNF spotlight. In ’14 and ’15, the Jaguars won back-to-back home games at then EverBank Field, 21-13 and 19-13. When the action moved to Nashville’s Nissan Stadium for ’16 and ’18, the Titans dominated in 36-22 and 30-9 routs. Stat that mattersSince the Titans unleashed Henry as their workhorse in that December game against the Jaguars, they are 4-2, losing only to the Colts twice. Meanwhile, the Jaguars have been waiting since the ’17 divisional playoff win against Pittsburgh for a healthy Fournette top 100 yards rushing in a game. They are 3-7 in the past 10 games he’s started.Titans vs. Jaguars predictionThere’s no reason to think this will be a high-scoring game with limited quarterbacks and good pass defenses. There’s every reason to think the game will be a shortened slugfest with the team who runs the ball more effectively winning. Minshew and Mariota may be a draw, but it’s advantage Henry over Fournette.Titans 20, Jaguars 17
PSC golf from The Billabong Golf BarMonday, August 11, Crystal Bay – StablefordWith just a couple of groups playing at Crystal Bay, due to players thinking holiday rates and the course being full, we had a four and a half hour round, which isn’t too bad. The locker rooms are being renovated here and are looking great but I think some money spent on the greens would be better placed. This course is a favourite within this group as some of the members have had their best games here but the greens are practically impossible to putt on.John Aylott, Mick Thomas & Owen Walkley. Rosco Langoulant was the winner on the day with a great 38 points ahead of Owen Walkley in second with 37. Third place went to Craig Wheeler with 36 points on a count back over Mal Farquharson, playing his best round for a long time.Wednesday, August 13, Green Valley – StablefordGreen valley today and the course as usual was in grand condition, although the greens had some quirky little breaks and if you were above the hole it was quite tricky to get the ball close and make it stop.We had a John Daly lookalike out with us and he actually walked the course, his first time walking in a long, long time but the bet back at the bar was that if he lost 16 kilos in the next 8 weeks Steve will give him a considerable amount of money for his new wardrobe.Brian Maddox & John PlayerWe didn’t have a big field but what we had certainly enjoyed themselves. The scores were very consistent with 35 points being enough for third and fourth places, Jim Grieve taking the higher rung on the ladder on count back over John Aylott. Mick Thomas came in second with a fine 36 points, but with a 4 for four points on the 18th hole Gus George took the top spot with 37.There was only one ‘2’ today, coming from Sel Wegner on the 16th and we all heard the shout from the green!Friday, August 15, Plutaluang – StablefordPlaying the Navy East and South we found the course in good condition but everyone was commenting on how low the lake is. The water is so low that you can walk in and hit a golf ball from about 20 yards from where it would normally be under water. In actual fact one of our group played his second shot from there, after much cajoling taking off his shoes and socks and proceeding to play bare foot, albeit up to his ankles in mud. Tiger Woods couldn’t have done better.In third place today was Brian Maddox with a fine 34 points, being beaten on a count back by Brett Pennington. First place went to John Player with a whopping 40 points, now that is a score on this course without doubt. There was only one ‘2’, coming from Tony Baker from about 25 yards off the green, a really great chip and it never looked like missing.Note: The Billabong is situated just off Siam Country Club Road looking straight down Lake Mabprachan. Give Bob a call on 082 204 3411 if you are looking for a game.
NEW YORK (AP) — The National Hockey League is hoping Snoop Dogg can heat up interest on the ice as the Stanley Cup playoffs get underway.The rapper and hockey fan is appearing in a series of Hockey 101 videos in which he gives shoutouts to the teams and some of the players. Snoop plays the character “Dogg Cherry,” who schools viewers about the rules and the Stanley Cup. That’s not to be confused with renowned Canadian hockey analyst Don Cherry.https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-101-with-snoop/c-297865448Dogg Cherry says the cup is not only the most iconic trophy in sports but also the one with the most “superstitions, traditions and any other kind of itions you can think of.”The playoffs started Wednesday, with Winnipeg, Pittsburgh and Vegas taking 1-0 series leads.https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-101-with-snoop/c-297865448 In this Sept. 17, 2016, file photo, Snoop Dog smiles at the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Tami Chappell, File)
Audio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/gbfm.podcasts/Minor+Ladies+Report.wav00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.After the game Darren spoke to a delighted winning Galway manager Daniel Moynihan… The Galway Minor Ladies footballers won their fourth Connacht Title in a row yesterday by beating Mayo by 3-16 to 1-12 in Ballyhaunis. The Galway goals came in the second half from Ailbhe Daveron, Ailbhe O’Regan and Leanne Coen and Daniel Moynihan’s side will now play Cork in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on July 16th. Reporting from Ballyhaunis is Darren Kelly… Audio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/gbfm.podcasts/Daniel+Moynihan+reaction.wav00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Darren also caught up with victorious Galway Captain Aine McDonagh…Audio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/gbfm.podcasts/Aine+McDonagh+reaction.wav00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The Galway team (pictured above) is:Back Row Left to Right: Sinead Heffernan (St. Michael’s), Caoimhe Keaveney (Glenamaddy/Williamstown), Leanne Coen (Corofin), Andrea Glynn (Claregalway), Sheena Heffernan (Killanin), Laura Hession (St. Gabriel’s), Lauren Diskin (Dunmore), Chelsey Blade (Corofin), Alannah McBrien (Salthill/Knocknacarra), Grace Cahill (Claregalway), Amy O’Donovan (Corofin), Sarah Donnellan (Salthill/Knocknacarra), Shauna Naughton (Dunmore), Aisling Murphy (Claregalway), Niamh Daly (Kilconly), Caoimhe Walsh (Killanin).Front Row Left to Right: Bronagh Quinn (Annaghdown), Orla Canney (Corofin), Ríona Ní Fhlatharta (Leitir Móir), Eimear O’Kane (Headford), Laura Corcoran (Moycullen), Niamh Daly (St. Gabriel’s), Ailbhe Davoren (Moycullen), Aine McDonagh (Moycullen), Siobhan Divilly (Kilkerrin/Clonberne), Ailbhe O’Regan (Salthill/Knocknacarra), Claire Dunleavy (Kilkerrin/Clonberne), Ellie Glynn (Claregalway), Grace Sheridan (Milltown).print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
In Intermediate, The winners of Oughterard andMicheal Breathnach who meet in their replay on Saturday week will face thewinners of the Roscommon and Leitrim Championships in the Connacht Semi-Finalon Saturday November the 9th at a Galway Venue. Tulsk and Oran willmeet in the Roscommon Final while Drumkeernan or Leitrim Gaels will meet in theLeitrim Decider. Meanwhile in Senior, Corofin or Tuam Stars will meetthe winners of the Leitrim or Mayo Senior Championship in their Connacht ClubSemi-Final on Sunday November 10th. Sean O’Heslins orGlencar/Manorhamilton meet on Sunday in the Leitrim County Senior Final inCarrick on Shannon with the Mayo decider between Ballaghaderreen orBallintubber taking place on the 19th of October in McHale Park. In Hurling, the County Junior 1 Champions who will be decided on Saturday in Moycullen at 1pm will face the winners of the Semi-Final between the Sligo and Leitrim Champions who are still to play their county finals. The Sligo Final takes place on Sunday with Easkey taking on Naomh Eoin in Markievicz Park at 4pm while in Leitrim, Carrick Hurling face Cluainin Iomáint in their County Senior Final on Saturday the 19th in Carrick On Shannon. Regarding the Connacht Intermediate Hurling ClubChampionship, The Galway Championship is still at the Quarter Final stage butthe winners will not have much time to celebrate as they are due to face thewinners of the Semi-Final that features London and the winners of the Mayo andRoscommon Senior Hurling Championships. Four Roads are the Roscommon championswhile Castlebar Mitchels and Tooreen meet in the Mayo County Final on Sundaynext. AIBConnacht GAA Club Senior Football Championship 2019Quarter-Final 1 Sunday 3rd November – Sligov RoscommonQuarter-Final 2 Sunday 3rd November – Leitrimv MayoSemi-Final 1 Sunday 10th November – Londonv Winner of Quarter Final 1Semi-Final 2 Sunday 10th November – Winnerof Quarter Final 2 v GalwayFinal – Sunday 24th November AIBConnacht GAA Club Intermediate Football Championship 2019Quarter-Final Saturday 2nd November – Leitrimv RoscommonSemi-Final 1 Saturday 9th November – Sligov MayoSemi-Final 2 Saturday 9th November – Galwayv Winner of Quarter FinalFinal – Sat/Sun 16/17th November AIBConnacht GAA Club Junior Football Championship 2019Quarter-Final Saturday 2nd November – Galwayv MayoSemi-Final 1 Sat/Sun 9th/10thNovember – Leitrim v SligoSemi-Final 2 Sat/Sun 9th/10thNovember – Winner of Quarter Final 1 v RoscommonFinal – Saturday 16th November ConnachtGAA Club Minor A Football Championship 2019Quarter-Final Friday 25th October – Roscommonv MayoSemi-Final 1 Tuesday 29th October – Winnerof Quarter Final v LeitrimSemi-Final 2 Tuesday 29th October – Galwayv SligoFinal – Friday 1st November ConnachtGAA Club Minor B Football Championship 2019Quarter-Final Friday 25th October – Roscommonv MayoSemi-Final 1 Tuesday 29th October – Winnerof Quarter Final v LeitrimSemi-Final 2 Tuesday 29th October – Galwayv SligoFinal – Friday 1st November AIBConnacht GAA Club Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019Quarter Final Sun/Mon 27/28th October – Roscommonv MayoSemi-Final Sat/Sun 2/3rd November – Winnerof Quarter Final v LondonFinal – Sat/Sun 16/17th November – Winnerof Semi-Final v GalwayAIBConnacht GAA Club Junior Hurling Championship 2019Semi-Final Monday 28th October – Sligo v LeitrimFinal – Saturday 9th November – Semi-FinalWinners v GalwayConnachtGAA U16 Club Hurling 20191st Round Saturday 19th October – Sligo vLeitrimQuarter Final Saturday 26th October – Winnerof 1st Round v MayoSemi-Final Saturday 2nd November – Winnerof Quarter Final v RoscommonFinal – Saturday 9th November – Galway v Winnersof Semi-Finalprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The First Galway team in action will be the GalwayJunior Football Champions Glenamaddy when they take on the Mayo Juniorrepresentatives Kilmaine who are managed by Dunmore’s John Donnellan at aGalway Venue on November the 2nd. The winners of that game will playthe Roscommon representatives Ballinameen in the Connacht Semi-Final on thefollowing weekend also at a Galway Venue. Both Kilmaine and Ballinameen stillhave county finals but their opponents Castlebar Mitchels and St Brigids are ineligibleto play in the Connacht Championship. The provincial club championships are fastapproaching with games scheduled to take place on the weekend of the 2ndand 3rd of November in Football while in Hurling, the games willbegin on the bank holiday weekend in October.
Limerick (8pts) head Group A, followed by Waterford (6pts), with Tipperary and Galway both on four points.A draw or a win against Waterford in the LIT Gaelic Grounds on Saturday night would secure a semi-final place for Limerick. If the Deise win, they will take the semi-final place on the head-to-head rule.Limerick beat Waterford twice last year (1-24 to 0-19 in the Division 1 final and 2-24 to 0-10 in the Munster championship).Galway v Tipperary will attract a big crowd to Pearse Stadium for what will be the first Allianz League clash between the counties since the 2017 final which the Tribesmen won easily. Their last competitive between the counties was in the 2017 All-Ireland semi-final, which the Tribesmen also won.A draw next Sunday would be enough for Tipperary to advance to the quarter-finals as they have a superior scoring difference to Galway.ALLIANZ DIVISION 1 RELEGATION PLAY-OFF: CARLOW OR WESTMEATH FOR THE DROPThere’s a tense week ahead for Carlow and Westmeath as they prepare for a Division 1 relegation play-off in TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar on Sunday (2.0).Both sides lost all five games in Group A and B , with Carlow finishing on a -70 point scoring differential while Westmeath were on -59 points. They last met in the Allianz League in 2018 when Carlow won the 2A final, securing promotion to the top flight. Westmeath were promoted last year. Carlow also beat Westmeath in the 2018 Joe McDonagh Cup final.ALLIANZ DIVISION 2A: OFFALY NEED WIN TO STAY IN PROMOTION HUNTAntrim and Kerry are both on eight points, with Offaly on six points. However, Kerry have completed the five-game group programme, whereas Offaly and Antrim face-off against each other in Tullamore on Sunday (2.0) in a tie that was postponed due to bad weather last month.A win for Michael Fennelly’s men would take them alongside Antrim and Kerry on eight points, guaranteeing them a place in the Allianz Division 2 final as they have a better scoring difference (currently 48 pts) than Kerry (27). Antrim are on +63 points after four games.Kerry will be hoping that Antrim do them a favour by either winning or drawing against Offaly. If Offaly win they will face Antrim in the final, with the winners being promoted to Allianz Division 1 where they will replace either Westmeath or Carlow.Antrim beat Offaly by two points in last year’s Joe McDonagh Cup.2020 ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE: RESULTS & FIXTURESDIVISION 1GROUP ARound 1: Limerick 2-14 Tipperary 0-18; Galway 1-24 Westmeath 0-10; Waterford 1-24 Cork 3-17.Round 2: Cork 2-24 Tipperary 1-25; Waterford 3-18 Westmeath 1-15; Limerick 1-19 Galway 0-14.Round 3: Cork 3-12 Westmeath 1-14; Galway v Tipperary – postponed; Limerick v Waterford – postponed.Round 4: Waterford 0-17 Galway 0-16; Limerick 0-29 Cork 2-21; Tipperary 3-27 Westmeath 0-16.Round 5: Galway 2-18 Cork 1-16; Limerick 1-24 Westmeath 0-18; Tipperary 0-24 Waterford 2-18.GROUP BRound 1: Wexford 2-27 Laois 2-16; Kilkenny 3-21 Dublin 0-18; Clare 1-27 Carlow 0-14.Round 2: Dublin 4-18 Laois 2-17; Kilkenny 3-21 Carlow 0-9; Clare 0-18 Wexford 0-15.Round 3: Dublin 0-20 Carlow 0-9; Clare 0-17 Laois 0-9; Wexford 1-16 Kilkenny 1-14.Round 4: Wexford 2-14 Dublin 0-18; Laois 0-15 Carlow 0-14; Kilkenny 1-19 Clare 3-13.Round 5: Clare 0-27 Dublin 1-15; Kilkenny 3-22 Laois 1-19; Wexford 2-29 Carlow 1-11.QUARTER-FINALS – Mar 14/15: 2nd Group A v Kilkenny; 3rd Group A v Wexford SEMI-FINALS – Mar 21/22FINAL – Mar 28/29ALLIANZ LEAGUE DIVISION 1 RELEGATION PLAY-OFFNext Sunday: Westmeath v Carlow, TEG Cusack Park.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Dublin , Ireland – 6 August 2017; Joe Canning of Galway celebrates scoring the winning point during the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final match between Galway and Tipperary at Croke Park in Dublin. (Photo By Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile via Getty Images) Limerick, Waterford (Group A), Clare, Wexford and Kilkenny (Group B) are already through to the knock-out stages, with the Bannermen guaranteed a place in the semi-finals. They topped Group B after taking nine of a possible ten points. Wexford (8pts) and Kilkenny (7pts) will play the second and third-placed finishers in Group A. Five of the six places in the knock-out stages of the Allianz Hurling League (Division 1) have been decided, leaving the final slot between Galway and Tipperary who meet in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (2.0).