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January 19, 2020 | | Post a Comment

first_imgHontiveros returns to action, joins Alab Pilipinas Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Meanwhile, Cleveland is expected to honor Irving with a video tribute on opening night, according to a separate report from Cleveland.com’s Joe Vardon.  Khristian Ibarrola /raRELATED STORIES:Kyrie Irving on opening night showdown vs. Cavs: ‘There’s no pressure at all’Cavs, Warriors gear up to begin championship quests againSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next — Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) October 17, 2017James also made it clear that he holds no ill feeling toward his former point guard and that he respects his decision to leave.“At the end of the day, the kid did what he wanted to do. That was his destiny,” he shared.“The three years that we had together, unbelievable three years. I wish we could have continued that, but it didn’t work itself out. Now, my energy is to the guys that’s in ‘The Land.’”ADVERTISEMENT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene LATEST STORIES It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set MOST READ View comments Former Cleveland Cavaliers teammates LeBron James (23) and Kyrie Irving (2). (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)Kyrie Irving’s return to the Quicken Loans Arena for the first time as a member of the Boston Celtics remains as the top storyline heading into the 2017-2018 NBA season.The 25-year-old former Duke product is expected to receive a hostile welcome from the city’s fans, but LeBron James believes it won’t be as bad as the treatment he got during his first game back as a member of the Miami Heat on Dec. 2, 2010.ADVERTISEMENT Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Speaking alongside new Cavalier teammate Dwyane Wade in an interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, “The King” explained why he thinks Irving will be “fine” come opening night on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila).“Everybody’s good. Everybody’s good. KD (Kevin Durant) last year in Oklahoma City, Paul George going to go back to Indiana, you know, D-Wade’s going to go to Chicago, Kyrie’s coming back to Cleveland. No (it won’t compare,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“They will be fine. People were throwing batteries at us,” James added, recalling his first game back in Ohio after the now infamous “The Decision.”The real story of @KingJames & @DwyaneWade‘s 14-year friendship: draft camp, playoff battles, ducking batteries, banana boats & so much more pic.twitter.com/7SFzLwzkUe Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’last_img read more

January 17, 2020 | | Post a Comment

first_imgDear Editor,As a motorist traversing the David Street/Sheriff Street area, I have observed the ongoing construction of a massive new wooden structure being erected at the confluence of those two streets where the Kitty Abattoir was once situated.Thinking that it was a new Abattoir being constructed to supplement the dilapidated one in Water Street, I stopped to chat with the construction crew. I was told that it was now private property and a private structure. I was disheartened and confused to say the least.How could the Council divest the city of this property without consulting the residents of Kitty? Is this another Bel Air Park or Subryanville playfield heist? How much did the city earn from this transaction? Who authorised the divestment.Why did the Public Relations Officer of the Council, who is always in the press propagating a lot of piffle about what is going on at City Hall and trying to represent errant officials there, not tell the residents of Kitty of what is going on in their ward?I am publicly appealing to the Councillor which represents the constituency of the Kitty ward to openly inform the citizenry of what is going on there. Will the residents of Kitty now have to approach the courts to stop this illegality?Sincerely,Sean Leviuslast_img read more

January 12, 2020 | | Post a Comment

first_img– recaptured, charged for robberyChaos broke out at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court on Monday after two prisoners escaped while being escorted into the compound by Police but after running some distance, they were recaptured.Recaptured: Navin Alli and Ceon RayThe two men, 24-year-old 24-year-old Navin Alli of Third Street, Alberttown, Georgetown and 20-year-old Ceon Ray of Lot 64 Sussex Street, Campbellville were charged for armed robbery and were due to make their court appearance on Monday.Nevertheless, as the vehicle carrying the two prisoners arrived at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court, they were being taken out when they started to run.Ali ran in the direction of the Kitty bus park and was accosted by a group police officers who became alerts due to the gunshots that were fired. Ray on the other hand ran towards Lombard Street but quick actions by the police ranks resulted in him being arrested.Ali reported suffered laceration to his forehead and claimed that he was beaten by the Police ranks. As they stood before Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus, Ali explained that he was beaten by the Police while Ray told the court that after exiting the vehicle, Ali started to run and he follow suite.However, Police stated that the two men on June 15, 2019 at Kingston, Georgetown robbed Tarrell Chu a quality items valued at $17,000. In addition, they were accused of robbing Isan Singh of a quantity of items valued at $56,500.Alli plead guilty to both charges, while Ray entered a not guilty plea.Stating the facts of the case, Police Prosecutor Quinn Harris explained that the victims are construction works and on the day in question, they were having lunch at the Kingston Seawalls when they were confronted by Ali and Ray who threatened to shoot if they moved.The victims did as was requested and it was this time, they were relieved of their valuables. The two suspects made good their escape.In fear, the victims raise an alarm and members of a Police Mobile Unit gave chase and managed to apprehend the bandits. Upon searching them, the items were found in their possession.The two men were taken into custody and a confrontation was held during which the victims positively identified them as the robbers.Ali told the court that he normally “clean-up” the beach and about a month ago while he was asleep, some men tackled him and stabbed him to his abdomen.He claimed he was robbed of $15,000 cash and that he reported the matter to the police outpost at Stabroek and was sent to seek medical attention.The court further heard that Alli was released from prison on Thursday last, after serving a six-month sentence for armed robbery. He was also charged seven times in the past.Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus after listening to both sides, sentenced Alli to 2 ½ year imprisonment on each charge, each will run concurringly. She then remanded Ray to prison, where he will be slated to make his next court appearance on June 24.last_img read more

January 3, 2020 | | Post a Comment

first_imgBrentford have extended the loan spell of Everton forward Chris Long until the end of the play-offs following his successful spell with the Championship club.Long joined the west London side back in January and has played his part in helping Mark Warburton’s team secure a top six finish which keeps alive their hopes of reaching the Premier League next season.The 20-year-old has scored four goals in ten appearances but has been forced to miss the final month of the season through illness and injury.However, he is now back in action and will be available to face Middlesbrough in the crucial play-off semi-finals which get underway on Friday.Warburton said: “It has been a frustrating few weeks for Chris with a combination of illness and niggling injury.“However, he is now approaching full fitness and we hope very much that he will have a role to play in the crucial games that lie ahead.“He is a talented player and hungry to be involved and the type of lad who adds value to the squad.” 1 Chris Long in action for Brentford last_img read more

December 29, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_img1 Felipe Anderson in action for Lazio Chelsea have emerged as favourites to sign Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson.The Brazilian has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the past but the Red Devils were unable to agree a fee with the Italian club.Anderson changed his agent recently and is now represented by Giuliano Bertolucci, who has close ties with new Chelsea boss Antonio Conte.And, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Conte has been in contact with both Anderson and his agent about a potential switch to Stamford Bridge.Lazio were determined to keep hold of Anderson earlier in the summer but the 23-year-old has apparently fallen out with manager Simone Inzaghi about participating for Brazil in the upcoming Olympics.Conte has reportedly told Anderson he will allow him to travel to Rio if he signs for Chelsea and further talks are expected to take place this week.last_img read more

December 29, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_img Eden Hazard scored against Tottenham to end their title hopes last season, and N’Golo Kante made sure he thanked him for it 1 The ink on N’Golo Kante’s Chelsea contract was barely dry when he sought out Eden Hazard to thank him on behalf of Leicester’s players for their glorious title win last season.The new £30m signing was speaking to chelseafc.com about his new club’s bruising encounter against Tottenham, which saw the Blues fight back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 and crown the Foxes Premier League champions in the process.Kante revealed he was watching the game at Jamie Vardy’s house and, when it looked like Spurs were on course to win, the players’ thoughts turned to their next match against Everton.But Hazard’s moment of magic with seven minutes remaining levelled things and ended Tottenham’s hopes of catching Leicester.It then turned into “a very good night,” according to Kante.“When I saw Eden Hazard here at Chelsea I said to him you maybe do not know but everyone thanks you,” he explained.last_img read more

December 27, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgThe winning relay teams at the small school’s championships.The Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Athletics for Small Schools County Finals 2013 were held at the Danny McDaid track in Letterkenny on Friday.This is the 10th year for the championships which are becoming more and more popular with the smaller schools in the county. Children are given the opportunity to compete on a level playing field with other pupils from similar sized schools.Thanks to the generous help from Donegal Sports Partnership Cumann na mBunscol can make these championships completely free to all participants, unlike other commercially based athletic events for primary school children in the county. This year 558 children from small schools (1 – 4 teacher schools) all over the county participated.Schools which took part this year for the first time were Roshine NS, Rosses, SN an tSraithe Móire, Glendowan, and Acres NS, Burtonport.There were some memorable performances from the young athletes and great fun and enjoyment was experienced by all involved.Pupils that came to the fore were: Tommy Mac an Ultaigh, Scoil an Choimín; Kelly Anderson, Drumoghill NS; Mia Baikí, Acres NS; Karen Gallagher, Cashel, Fanad; Saoirse Bonner, Keadue NS; Evan Duddy, Srath Mór; and Dean Harkin, Tiernasligo, Urris. The overall county championships for 1 and 2 teacher schools was won by Keadue NS, Rosses who have now won two-in-a-row. St Joseph’s Rathdonnell was a close second.In the 3 and 4 teacher division Frosses NS was victorious but they were pushed all the way by Scoil Eoin Baiste, Carrigart, Drumoghill NS and Scoil an Choimín, Gleann Fhinne.Cumann na mBunscol is indebted to the many teachers who brought their pupils along to the event, which for many was their first experience of Track and Field athletics. Indeed over the last 10 years many successful county athletes began their athletic careers at these championships.A special word of thanks to all parents, teachers, young adults and Rosses AC club members who worked tirelessly once again to make these championships the success that they are today.We also appreciate the generosity of both Letterkenny AC and Lifford AC in allowing us to use its equipment. Cumann na mBunscol is now planning ahead to widen these championships to cater for larger size schools as many teachers in the larger schools as dissatisfied with how schools athletics is at the moment. Action from one of the many races at the small schools athletics championshipsOverall Schools Results.1 and 2 teacher schools.1 Keadue NS, Rosses 46½ pts2 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell 38 3 St Riaghan’s, Glenties 274 Edininfagh NS, Glenties.3 and 4 teacher schools.1 Frosses NS 103½2 Scoil Eoin Baiste, Carrigart 1003 Drumoghill NS 964 Scoil an Choimín, Glenfinn 895 Roshine NS, Rosses 73Junior Infants Girls 60m1 Emma-Jane Shovlin Frosses NS2 Aibigh NicMeanmain Scoil an Choimín3 Fionnuala Campbell Edininfagh NS4 Sarah-Jane Crawford Frosses NS5 Emma McDaid Srath MórJunior Infants Boys 60m1 Ryan Duignan Frosses NS2 Cian McFadden Eoin Baiste3 Aidan Diver Drumoghill NS4 Jamie Kennedy Frosses NS5 Dabhóg Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínSenior Infants Girls 60m1 Abby Kerrs Frosses NS2 Lucy Meehan Frosses NS3 Lonán Ní Mhaonaigh Scoil an Choimín4 Millie Hanlon Keadue NS5 Danielle Diver Srath MórSenior Infants Boys 60m1 Tommaí Mac an Ultaigh Scoil an Choimín2 Kyle Gallagher Acres3 Darragh McGonagle Ballylast4 Ryan Patton Frosses NS5 Oisín Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínRelays 1+2 Teacher Junior (3rd + 4th)1 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell2 Keadue NS3 St Riaghan’s NSRelays 1+2 Teacher Senior (5th + 6th)1 St Riaghan’s NS2 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell3 Keadue NSJunior Infants Girls Teddy Bear Race1 Aibigh Nic Meanmain Scoil an Choimín2 Sarah-Jane Hartnett Roshine3 Emma-Jane Shovlin Frosses NS4 Leah Jordan Drumoghill NS5 Amellia Connolly BallylastJunior Infants Boys Teddy Bear Race1 Ryan Duignan Frosses NS2 Aidan Diver Drumoghill NS3 Kyle McLaughlin Srath Mór4 Daniel Breslin Edininfagh5 AJ Curran Srath MórSenior Infants Girls Teddy Bear Race1 Danielle Diver Srath Mór2 Lonán Ní Mhaonaigh Scoil an Choimín3 Abby Kerrs Frosses NS4 Saoirse Rodgers Drumoghill NS5 Lucy Meehan Frosses NSSenior Infants Boys Teddy Bear Race1 Tommaí Mac an Ultaigh Scoil an Choimín2 Ryan Nibbs Rathdonnell3 Kyle Gallagher Acres4 Oisin McGlynn Scoil an Choimín5 Callum Gallagher AcresRelays 3+4 Teacher Junior (3rd + 4th)1 Drumoghill NS2 Roshine NS3 Tiernasligo NS4 Frosses NS5 Scoil an ChoimínRelays 3+4 Teacher Senior (5th + 6th)1 Roshine NS2 Frosses NS3 Eoin Baiste4 Tiernasligo NS5 Scoil an ChoimínFirst Class Girls 60m1 Aoife McGee Roshine2 Casey Diver Drumoghill NS3 Anna McGuckin Frosses NS4 Ulitah Boyle Keadue NS5 Ava Nic Meanmain Scoil an ChoimínFirst Class Boys 60m1 Jack Treacy Roshine2 Cormac Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an Choimín3 Ross Ó Brollcháin Scoil an Choimín4 Ryan McGee Drumoghill NS5 Dylan McGlone Eoin BaisteFirst Class Girls 100m1 Aoife McGee Roshine2 Anna McGuckin Frosses NS3 Ava Nic Meanmain Scoil an Choimín4 Casey Diver Drumoghill NS5 Caoimhe McCalliog EdininfaghFirst Class Boys 100m1 Ross Ó Brollcháin Scoil an Choimín2 Cormac Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an Choimín3 Callum Crampsie Drumoghill NS4 Dylan McGlone Eoin Baiste5 Jack Tracey RoshineSecond Class Girls 60m1 Kelly Anderson Drumoghill NS2 Nizarra McFadden Eoin Baiste3 Fynn Moulton Acres4 Tegan Doherty Tiernasligo NS5 Ellen Travers Eoin BaisteSecond Class Boys 60m1 Jamie Barron Drumoghill NS2 Alan Howe Eoin BaisteMax Roarty Eoin Baiste4 Declan Duignan Frosses NS5 Donal Gallagher Srath MórSecond Class Girls 200m1 Kelly Anderson Drumoghill NS2 Nizarra McFadden Eoin Baiste3 Ciara McCarron Tiernasligo NS4 Emma Price Srath Mór5 Tegan Doherty Tiernasligo NSSecond Class Boys 200m1 Max Roarty Eoin Baiste2 Ryan Brennan Roshine3 Donal Gallagher Srath Mór4 Christopher Diver Srath Mór5 James Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an ChoimínThird Class Girls 60m1 Niamh Maughan Frosses NS2 Mia Baikie Acres3 Nadine Gallagher Eoin Baiste4 Eleanoe O’Donnell Roshine5 Sinead McBride Eoin BaisteThird Class Boys 60m1 Conor Cheevers Eoin Baiste2 Shane Breslin Frosses NS3 Shaun Boyle Frosses NS4 Cathal Ivors Tiernasligo NS5 Niall Toye Eoin BaisteThird Class Girls 300m1 Mia Baikie Acres2 Chloe Murphy Keadue NS3 Grace Dunleavy Frosses NS4 Niamh Mohan Frosses NS5 Clodagh Friel Eoin BaisteThird Class Boys 300m1 Shaun Boyle Frosses NS2 Shay Doherty Drumoghill NS3 Niall Toye Eoin Baiste4 Conor Cheevers Eoin Baiste5 Philip Noble RoshineFourth Class Girls 80m1 Melissa McGee Roshine2 Ciara McGarvey Eoin Baiste3 Clara Doherty Tiernasligo NS4 Marcella Dolan Eoin Baiste5 Blathnaid Gallagher Srath MórFourth Class Boys 80m1 Dean Harkin Tiernasligo NS2 Carlos O’Reilly Eoin Baiste3 Tiernan McBride Eoin Baiste4 Caythal Ó Dochartaigh Scoil an Choimín5 Joseph Campbell Frosses NSFourth Class Girls 400m1 Michaela McMonagle Srath Mór2 Clara Doherty Tiernasligo NS3 Danielle Nig Fhionnaile Scoil an Choimín4 Blathnaid Gallagher Srath Mór5 Zoe McCarron Tiernasligo NSFourth Class Boys 400m1 Carlos O’Reilly Eoin Baiste2 Dean Harkin Tiernasligo NS3 Seán Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an Choimín4 Patrick Gallagher Srath Mór5 Gerard McKelvey Drumoghill NSFifth Class Girls 100m1 Karen Gallagher Cashel Fanad2 Saoirse Bonner Keadue NS3 Molly Trearty Eoin Baiste4 Amy Lynch Drumoghill NS5 Arlene Bonner Drumoghill NSFifth Class Boys 100m1 Luke Doherty Tiernasligo NS2 Luke McCarry Eoin Baiste3 Evan Duddy Srath Mór4 Calvin Holmes Drumoghill NS5 Kaine Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínFifth Class Girls 600m1 Karen Gallagher Cashel Fanad2 Molly Trearty Eoin Baiste3 Lily Kelly Frosses NS4 Justine Boyle Keadue NS5 Ciara Nic Daibhéid Scoil an ChoimínFifth Class Boys 600m1 Evan Duddy Srath Mór2 Dara Breen Eoin Baiste3 Odhran Mag Fhloinn Scoil an Choimín4 Ciaran McNicholas Keadue NS5 Kaine Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínSixth Class Girls 100m1 Thea Duffy Eoin Baiste2 Molly Roarty Eoin Baiste3 Olivia Boyle Roshine4 Rebecca Willis Drumoghill NS5 Zara Galvin Drumoghill NSSixth Class Boys 100m1 Oisin Harley Rathdonnell2 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS3 Hugh Ferry Acres4 Darragh Waldron Ballylast5 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill NSSixth Class Girls 600m1 Kerri O’Loughlin Frosses NS2 Zara Galvin Drumoghill NS3 Rebecca Wallace Drumoghill NS4 Leah McGuinness St Riaghan’s NS5 Molly Roarty Eoin BaisteSixth Class Boys 600m1 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS2 Oisin Harley Rathdonnell3 Thomas Harnett Roshine4 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill NS5 Cormac Dunleavy Frosses NS3rd and 4th Class Girls Long Jump1 Mia Wilson Tiernasligo NS 3.15m2 Blathnait Gallagher Srath Mór 3.05m3 Melissa McGee Roshine 3.00m4 Chloe Murphy Keadue NS 3.00m5 Michaela McMonagle Srath Mór 2.75m3rd and 4th Class Boys Long Jump1 Dean Harkin Tiernasligo NS 3.75m2 Neil Noble Roshine 3.68m3 Cathal Ivors Tiernasligo NS 3.29m4 Jack Lennox Frosses NS 3.28m5 Finn Nicholas Keadue NS 3.25m3rd and 4th Class Girls Ball Throw1 Nicole Doherty Srath Mór 22.80m2 Kellie McDaid Drumoghill 19.20m3 Naomi Kelly Frosses NS 19.00m4 Danielle NicFhionnaile Sc an Choimín 18.70m5 Eilis McFadden Roshine 18.65m3rd and 4th Class Boys Ball Throw1 Luke MagFhloinn Scoil an Choimín 29.26mDarragh Kirk Rathdonnell 29.26m3 Lorcan Burns Ballylast NS 27.13m4 Neil Noble Roshine 25.30m5 Jack Lennox Frosses NS 24.99m4th, 5th and 6th Class Girls High Jump1 Chloe Murphy Keadue NS 1.15m2 Rebecca Wallace Drumoghill 1.15m3 Leanne Doherty Srath Mór 1.10m4 Nikea McGovern Roshine 1.10m5 Clara Doherty Tiernasligo NS 1.05m4th, 5th and 6th Class Boys High Jump1 Oisín Harley Rathdonnell 1.30m2 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill 1.25m3 Cormac Dunleavy Frosses NS 1.10mCiaran Nicholas Keadue NS 1.10m5 David Hanlon Roshine 1.10m5th and 6th Class Girls Long Jump1 Zara Galvin Drumoghill 3.70m2 Karen Gallagher Cashel, Fanad 3.65m3 Kerri O’Loughlin Frosses NS 3.45m4 Leah McGuinness St Riaghan’s NS 3.35m5 Jemma Ní Bhrollcháin Scoil an Choimín 3.25m5th and 6th Class Boys Long Jump1 Hugh Ferry Acres 4.20m2 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill 3.90m3 Oisín Harley Rathdonnell 3.85m4 Dermot McCarron Tiernasligo NS 3.50m5 David McGuckin Frosses NS 3.40m5th and 6th Class Girls Ball Throw1 Saoirse Bonner Keadue NS 31.35m2 Caoimhe Gallagher Srath Mór 29.65m3 Kimberley Koesling Scoil an Choimín 26.50m4 Jemma Ní Bhrollcháin Scoil an Choimín 24.34m5 Alannah Whte Daly Srath Mór 24.20m5th and 6th Class Boys Ball Throw1 Eoin Moore Eoin Baiste 35.05m2 William Meehan Drumoghill 34.29m3 Odhrán MagFhloinn Scoil an Choimín 34.23m4 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS 33.22m5 Dermot McCarron Tiernasligo NS 31.70m4th, 5th and 6th Class Girls 2kg Shot Putt1 Saoirse Bonner Keadue NS 8.55m2 Alannah Whte Daly Srath Mór 7.30m3 Stephanie Sweeney Acres 6.97m4 Kimberley Koesling Scoil an Choimín 6.95m5 Caitríona Duddy Srath Mór 6.80m4th, 5th and 6th Class Boys 2kg Shot Putt1 David Hanlon Roshine 10.10m2 Cian McCready Acres 10.00m3 Hugh Ferry Acres 8.60m4 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS 8.50m5 William Meehan Drumoghill 8.40mOverall Result1 and 2 Teacher Schools 3 and 4 Teacher SchoolsScoil Pointí Scoil Pointí1 Keadue NS 46½ 1 Frosses NS. 103½2 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell 38 2 Scoil Eoin Baiste 1003 St Riaghan’s, Glenties 27 3 Drumoghill |NS. 964 Edininfagh NS 6 4 Scoil an Choimín 895 Roshine 736 Srath Mór 637 Tiernasligo NS. 578 Acres NS 389 Ballylast 9MORE THAN 500 PUPILS COMPETE IN SMALL SCHOOLS ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS was last modified: June 16th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in 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December 27, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgIreland play Belgium tomorrow in Bordeaux in a group where it is all still to play for as qualifying spots into the knockout stages are up for grabs.Italy have defeated Sweden this afternoon 1-0 which is a good result for Ireland because if Ireland can get maximum points tomorrow it can give them a huge chance of qualifying.Ireland are going into this game as massive underdogs and are not expected to win, but try telling the Irish players that. Ireland drew 1-1 with Sweden in the first round of games, a draw was a good result for Ireland but they could of easily got maximum points.Ireland will be without the services of Johnathon Walters for tomorrow’s group E clash, Ireland manager Martin O’Neill said “Saturday has come to early for Johnathon”The Irish fans are still in full flow and are optimistic of Ireland’s chance of qualifying. Pictured below are some fans in Bordeaux after their trip from Paris for the game tomorrow. Below is some of the Donegal contingent that have made the journey to Bordeaux.  ITALY DEFEAT SWEDEN – CAN IRELAND CAPITALISE TOMORROW VS BELGIUM? was last modified: June 17th, 2016 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:Donegal fansireland vs belgiumpicture speciallast_img read more

December 25, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgMore than 200 runners and walkers turned out for this evening’s Churchill 5K. The event was won in an excellent time of 15.14 by Chris Johnston from Letterkenny AC followed by clubmates Ivan Toner and Paul Toner.The following are the placing and times for what proved to be a very enjoyable event as part of this weekend’s Churchill Fair. Place Number Name Time Category Club1 133 Chris Johnston 00:15:14 SM Letterkenny A C2 26 Ivan Toner 00:16:02 SM Letterkenny A C3 15 Paul Toner 00:16:34 SM Letterkenny A C 4 33 Dominic Bonner 00:16:35 MM Finn Valley A C5 32 Ryan Porter 00:16:36 JM Finn Valley A C6 74 Brian Crossan 00:16:53 SM Unattached7 79 Kieran McBride 00:17:01 JM Unattached8 75 Brian Ferry 00:17:03 SM Unattached9 8 Jude O’Donnell 00:17:13 SM Unattached 10 70 Shane McNulty 00:17:14 SM Finn Valley A C11 72 Michael Logue 00:17:18 SM Unattached12 102 Joe Gibbons 00:17:28 SM Unattached13 16 Joe English 00:17:32 MM Letterkenny A C 14 48 Liam Murray 00:17:37 SM Unattached15 61 Garth McLaughlin 00:17:44 SM Inishowen A C16 47 Martin Gormley 00:17:47 MM Letterkenny A C17 7 Tom Thomson 00:17:50 MM Finn Valley A C18 131 John McFadden 00:18:05 SM Unattached19 67 Henry Cheevers 00:18:28 SM Letterkenny A C20 51 Raymond Birch 00:18:31 SM Letterkenny A C21 109 Ciaran O’Donnell 00:18:32 MM Letterkenny A C22 6 Kieran Coyle 00:18:33 SM Unattached23 24 Dale Gallagher 00:18:37 JM Unattached24 43 Catherine Lilburn 00:18:38 SW City Of Derry25 71 Anthony McDaid 00:18:48 SM Unattached26 123 Patrick McGlynn 00:18:50 SM Finn Valley A C27 117 Sean Crossan 00:18:58 SM Letterkenny A C28 29 Christopher Murray 00:19:04 JM Cranford A C29 31 Noleen Porter 00:19:05 MW Finn Valley A C30 101 ConarMcGonagle McGonagle 00:19:37 MM Finn Valley A C31 112 Seamus Nallen 00:19:48 SM Unattached32 57 Nicola Doherty 00:19:49 SW Unattached33 128 Liam Marley 00:19:50 MM Cranford A C34 100 Kevin Greenan 00:19:54 MM Letterkenny A C35 3 Darren Price 00:20:04 SM Unattached36 134 Paul McGettigan 00:20:11 SM Unattached37 125 Gerome Burke 00:20:15 SM Unattached38 49 Anthony Murray 00:20:19 MM Unattached39 36 Richard Raymond 00:20:21 MM Letterkenny A C40 59 Eugene Mulligan 00:20:24 SM Unattached41 145 Johnny Watson 00:20:28 SM Unattached42 104 Naoise Enright 00:20:30 SM Unattached43 9 Shane Keaveny 00:20:32 SM Unattached44 147 Patrick McMonagle 00:20:34 MM Unattached45 86 Michael McDermott 00:20:35 SM Unattached46 144 Darren Ferry 00:20:45 SM Unattached47 116 Paul Catterson 00:20:48 SM Unattached48 126 Johnny Scanlan 00:20:49 SM Unattached49 124 Siobhan Gallagher 00:20:52 SW Unattached50 127 Damian Diver 00:20:53 SM Unattached51 103 Kieran Gibbons 00:21:00 JM Unattached52 34 Ryan Toner 00:21:00 JM Unattached53 27 Paul Lee 00:21:09 MM Unattached54 69 John Crawford 00:21:10 SM Unattached55 28 Geoff Turtle 00:21:11 MM Unattached56 30 Joe McGlynn 00:21:25 SM Finn Valley A C57 55 Danny McDaid 00:21:43 MM Letterkenny A C58 96 Margaret Shields 00:21:48 MW Letterkenny A C59 81 Vera Haughey 00:22:02 MW Unattached60 132 Stephen Clinton 00:22:07 SM Unattached61 82 Jackie Harvey 00:22:08 MW Unattached62 105 Hugh Doyle 00:22:15 MM Unattached63 141 Johnny Nelis 00:22:43 SM Unattached64 107 Eugene McGinley 00:22:44 MM Unattached65 11 Paul Russell 00:22:45 SM Unattached66 80 Matt Doherty 00:22:46 MM Unattached67 97 Amanda McNulty 00:22:50 MW 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first_imgDONEGAL photographer Adam Rory Porter has done it again – with another sensational snap of our sky at night.And this time he managed just about capture a hint of the Northern Lights above Inishowen, with the Milky Way in all its glory.Said Adam: “I was out and about last night near at Kinnego Bay. “I was a nice surprise to see the Northern Lights, a wee hint of them on the horizon as the edge of the Milky Way was rising over the North Atlantic.”Adam is a member of the Buncrana Camera Club which has brought stunning images of Inishowen and the rest of Donegal to a massive worldwide audience through their incredible snaps – many of the Northern Lights.“We’re not doing too badly for a wee group set up just four years ago,” said Brendan Diver the club.“There was a dozen of us with an interest in photography and we began to meet up in O’Flaherty’s pub in Buncrana every Tuesday to talk about our passion. “We go outdoors at least once a fortnight as a group and picture what we can. When the Northern Lights turn up it is always special for us.”Looks like we’re in for a decent weekend (apart from the first half of Saturday).Here’s our weather report:https://www.donegaldaily.com/2014/04/25/glorious-mainly-the-dd-weekend-weather-report-with-the-mount-errigal-hotel/Want to find out when the Northern Lights will be back Follow this:Tweets by Aurora_AlertsWOW! ADAM DOES IT AGAIN WITH SNAP OF MILKY WAY AND THE DONEGAL NORTHERN LIGHTS was last modified: April 25th, 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:adam rory porterdonegalInishowennorthern lightslast_img read more