Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Shutterbugs, start your cameras!Suffolk County announced Thursday a photo contest in which the winner—whoever takes the picture that gets the most likes on the county executive’s Facebook page—wins a new digital camera.“Capture that uniqueness and beauty of Suffolk County and share it,” said Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, who dubbed the contest #SuffolkSnapshot.Photographers are encouraged to take pictures of county parks, landmarks, downtowns or anything else that conveys “the beauty, history and/or spirit of Suffolk County.”The first place prize is a Canon PowerShot SX280 HS digital camera valued at more than $200. Second place wins a $100 gift certificate to Blend Wine & Tapas in Hauppauge and third place takes home Mets memorabilia.Contestants can email their photos to email@example.com by Sept. 14, when the images will be posted on Facebook.com/SteveBellone. Winners will be determined by how many “Likes” each photo receives on that page. Voting runs through Sept. 28 and the winners will be announced on Sept. 29.County employees, contractors, their employees and employees’ families are not eligible. For official contest rules and entry information, visit SuffolkCountyNY.gov/photocontest.
The boss says it’d be great to claim his first piece of silverware since taking charge.Waterford manager Derek McGrath says Tipperary’s achievements so far in the championship have been undervalued.Throw in on Sunday is at 4 o’clock….Tipp FM will have full live coverage, getting underway shortly after 3 in association with Mulcahy Car Sales, Ardcroney, NenaghTipp FM will also bring you live coverage of the Munster Minor Hurling Championship Final between Tipperary and Limerick from 2 o’clock on Sunday with thanks to O’Connell’s Centra, Church Street, Templemore. Tipperary manager Michael Ryan says winning Sunday’s Munster senior hurling final would be a huge boost for his side.The Upperchurch-Drombane club man’s charges face Waterford in the provincial decider.Tipp had five points to spare over the Déise in last year’s final at Semple Stadium.
Photo: © epcrugby.com Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall says he’s really pleased with the way his side attacked Clermont to retain the European Champions Cup.The holders got a 28-17 victory over the French side in the final at Murrayfield to claim back-to-back titles.McCall says he’s very proud of his players’ spirit. Sarries are also in the running to win a third Premiership title in a row.