SUNDERLAND,MANNONE,YEDLIN, KONE, KABOUL, VAN AANHOLT,KIRCHHOFF,CATTERMOLE, M’VILA,BORINI, DEFOE, KHAZRIWELBECK,SANCHEZ, OZIL, IWOBI,COQUELIN, ELNENY,MONREAL, KOSCIELNY, GABRIEL, BELLERIN,CECHARSENAL (4-2-3-1)This game has become hugely important for both teams. Sunderland, having won 3-0 at relegation rivals Norwich City last Saturday, could move out of the bottom three with a win over Arsenal, whose title aspirations are over and who now face a fight to qualify for the Champions League.Norwich, in 17th place, and 16th-place Crystal Palace, are without league games this weekend so the incentive for a home win is clear.Arsenal, who were at home to West Bromwich Albion last night in a rearranged game, have won just one of their last six away matches in the Barclays Premier League, though they have scored 32 goals on the road so far this season, the most in the division.Indeed, Arsene Wenger’s men have played Sunderland twice this season, both at home, winning 3-1 both in the league, in December, and in the FA Cup a month later.And the Gunners’ record at Sunderland in the Premier League is impressive, with seven wins – including their last four visits to the Stadium of Light – and four draws. They last lost in the league at Sunderland in November 2009 and have scored 19 goals in 14 visits, while the Black Cats have never scored more than one goal – and only eight in total – in those 14 games.Sunderland have a clean bill of health ahead of the game but Arsenal’s injury problems continue. They continue to miss several key players, including Santi Cazorla, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Tomas Rosicky and Jack Wilshere.
“When I looked over at the bench and everyone was sitting down,” Gonzalez said, “I could just see from the looks on their faces that it wasn’t good.”Back in 1989, Trinidad needed merely a tie to reach its first World Cup, but Paul Caligiuri’s long-range goal in the 30th minute put the U.S. in the tournament for the first time since 1950.That game was played before a crowd of 35,000-plus at National Stadium in the capital of Port-of-Spain. With Trinidad already eliminated, this one drew a few hundred fans at Ato Boldon Stadium, 24 miles to the south.The U.S. entered its final qualifier with a berth uncertain for the first time since 1989. Home losses to Mexico last November and Costa Rica caused the U.S. Soccer Federation to fire Jurgen Klinsmann and bring back Arena, the U.S. coach from 1998-2006. But after a loss to Costa Rica in New Jersey last month, there was little margin for error.Shocked American players slumped on the bench, and center back Matt Besler sat on the field after the final whistle as Panama’s game ended and then Costa Rica’s. Dejected U.S. players filed into their locker rooms with blank looks.“You can go around in circles a million times over again, but the reality is that it was all there for us and we have nobody to blame but ourselves,” U.S. captain Michael Bradley said.Arena, a 66-year-old member of the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame, agreed with his usual bluntness.“We foolishly brought Trinidad into the game with the own goal,” the coach said. “That was a big goal for Trinidad psychologically. That got them motivated.”Missing the World Cup is a devastating blow to the USSF, which has steadily built the sport in the last quarter-century with the help of sponsors and television partners. It also is a trauma for Fox, which broadcasts the next three World Cups after taking the U.S. rights from ESPN. The USSF hopes to co-host the 2026 tournament with Mexico and Canada, and Morocco is the only other bidder.“Every time you have a setback you have to look at things, re-evaluate and get better,” 38-year-oldgoalkeeper Tim Howard said. “And as a program we have to get better. This hex proved that. There’s somegood teams on the up and up and we’ve got our work cut out for us.”Arena left his lineup unchanged from Friday’s 4-0 rout of Panama in Florida, but the Americans couldn’t generate the needed energy and emotion. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours LATEST STORIES Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? “Our center backs were not confident enough with the ball and really often in the first half we were playing eight against 10 because they really need to carry the ball and bring a player to the ball and then move it a little quicker,” he said. “Our forwards were not able to hold the ball. They did a poor job there. We didn’t get Pulisic into the game. We played poorly. The first goal was unfortunate. Those things happen. The second goal was an incredible shot. What can you say?”Gonzalez said Jones’ cross struck his left shin as he tried to prevent it from reaching Shahdon Winchester.“One of the most unlucky goals ever,” Gonzalez said. “It is one that will haunt me forever. … I never thought that I’d see this day. This is the worst day of my career.”USSF President Sunil Gulati said the result felt unreal.“It’s a huge disappointment for everybody: for players, for the staff, for coaches, for the federation,” Gulati said. “It’s not good enough, obviously. In some sense, 2022 starts tomorrow for us.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments James returns, Cavaliers debut new starting lineup Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson MOST READ Panama trailed 1-0 to Costa Rica at halftime and Honduras was behind 2-1 to Mexico, but both rallied against nations that already had clinched berths. Gabriel Torres scored for Panama in the 52nd minute on a shot that did not appear to cross the goal line, and Honduras went ahead on Guillermo Ochoa’s own goal in the 54th and Romell Quioto’s goal in the 60th.At that point, the 28th-ranked Americans were playoff bound, but Roman Torres scored in the 88th minute to give Panama a 2-1 win, a third-place finish with 13 points and its first World Cup berth. Honduras finished fourth on goal difference and goes to the playoff.The Americans, who would have qualified with 13 points because of a superior goal difference, instead had 12 points and finished fifth in the hexagonal.“It’s a blemish for us,” coach Bruce Arena said. “We should not be staying home for this World Cup and I take the responsibility for that.”American players were not aware of the scores of the other games until after the final whistle.ADVERTISEMENT United States’ Christian Pulisic, (10) is comforted after losing 2-1 against Trinidad and Tobago during a 2018 World Cup qualifying soccer match in Couva, Trinidad, Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)COUVA, Trinidad — Twenty-eight years after the United States ended a four-decade World Cup absence with a stunning victory at Trinidad, the Americans’ chances for the 2018 tournament in Russia ended on this island nation off the coast of Venezuela in even more astonishing fashion.Needing only a tie and confident of victory against the world’s 99th-ranked team, the U.S. was eliminated from World Cup contention Tuesday night with a 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago that ended a run of seven straight American appearances at soccer’s showcase.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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 Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set “We let down an entire nation today,” said defender Omar Gonzalez, whose 17th-minute own goal started the collapse.Gonzalez casually tried to clear Alvin Jones’ cross and sent it looping from 15 yards over the outstretched right arm of Tim Howard. Jones doubled the deal in the 37th minute with a 35-yard strike.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogChristian Pulisic, the Americas’ rising 19-year-old star, scored in the 47th minute, giving the U.S. hope.Clint Dempsey, at 34 trying to make it to a fourth World Cup, entered at the start of the second half and was denied by goalkeeper Adrian Foncette’s leaping save in the 69th and hit a post from 22 yards in the 77th. Bobby Wood’s header in the 88th was sent wide by Foncette.Even a defeat could have earned a berth, but only if Panama and Honduras both lost. And if the U.S. and only one of those rivals were beaten, the Americans would have finished fourth and advanced to a playoff next month against Australia.
Rep. J. Fonati Koffa, Chairman on Judiciary, Rep. Larry Younquoi, Chairman on Good Governance and President George M. WeahAn Act prohibiting the Tenure of Public Officials within the Executive Branch of Government received its first reading yesterday, November 6, which marked the 2nd day sitting of the extraordinary session of the House of Representatives of the 54th Legislature.Twenty five members of the House of Representatives voted to send the Act to the Joint Committee on Judiciary, Good Governance and Government Reform to report on Tuesday, November 16, 2018.In the communication to Speaker Bhofal Chambers, President George Weah said legislative actions taken in past years have provided for security of tenure in statute amending or establishing several agencies or corporations of government, ostensibly to limit executive interference and provide that the statutory provisions of tenures granted officials in level of independence to the appointed officials of those entities.“However, after careful review of the costs and benefits of security of tenure, it has become necessary that the statutory provisions of tenures granted officials of government be removed by appropriate legislation,” the President wrote.“Honorable Speaker, security of tenure for certain appointed officials of government would likely impede, obstruct or affect adversely the development agenda of the President. Moreover, it is our considered opinion that the framers of the Constitution of Liberia were farsighted and resolved when they included “other government officials” in Article 56 to those who would hold other offices of government, and under their Rules, Article 50 of the 1986 Constitution clearly and exclusively vests in the at the pleasure of the President. They understood that as Head of State and Government, all policies are driven by the President, who has the ultimate responsibility of governance,” he said.The President added, “Honorable Speaker, as an example, while not taking anything away from tenured position, the ministers of Finance, Defense and Justice are powerful positions, heading the fiscal, defense and security areas of government respectively. These positions are equally significant or even more so than most tenured positions, yet they hold offices at the pleasure of the President. Therefore, l request your usual kind and timely consideration to enact into law this important legislation that will create an impetus to work towards the development of our nations.”Some members of the House of Representatives who requested anonymity said Article 50 of the 1986 Constitution clearly and exclusively vests in the President the executive power and authority of the Liberian State.The Legislators said the power and authority so exclusively defined, when combined with Article 56 and read together, imposes upon the President the unrestricted power to preside and administer the Republic of Liberia without any hindrance as sovereign Head of State, Head of Government and Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Liberia.Article 50 of the 1986 Constitution states: “The Executive Power of the Republic shall be vested in the President who shall be Head of State, Head of Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Liberia.The president shall be elected by universal adult suffrage of registered voters in the Republic and shall hold office for a term of six years commencing at noon on the third working Monday in January of the year immediately following the elections.No person shall serve as President for more than two terms.”Article 56(a) sates: “All cabinet ministers, deputy and assistant cabinet ministers, ambassadors, ministers and consuls, superintendents of counties and other government officials, both military and civilian, appointed by the President pursuant to this Constitution shall hold their offices at the pleasure of the President.”This means the heads of the General Auditing Commission (GAC), Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC), Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) and other institutions created by means of legislative enactments and appointed by the former President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, are covered under the constitutional phrase of “…and other government officials, both military and civilian…” and can only be removed through act of legislation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…floodwaters finally recedeResidents of Canal Number Two, who were flooded for weeks, have expressed their relief upon the rectification of their draining system, which was seen as the major cause of the recent flooding.A resident from the community told Guyana Times on Wednesday that the canal was cleared which allowed for the excess water to drain off their lands. According to the resident, the area was cleared after this newspaper published several articles highlighting their plight.“Right now, since the articles were published, they come and clear the canal and so now the water is able to leave. Like how we had heavy rainfall this morning (Wednesday), that would’ve affected us. Now, we don’t have to worry about it. Since they clean that, the water start to recede.”Another resident indicated that the presence of moss in the canal hindered the free flow of water from the land. Now that it has been cleared, water can drain from their premises unimpeded after heavy rainfall.However, while the water has now receded, residents are still worrying about the losses which they face after the damage caused by the floodwaters. The farmers are yet to replant and salvage all the crops which were damaged during the inundation.For over one week, farmers in the community were suffering from flooding, which caused severe damage at their farms and other premises. Residents from the community had indicated that the water was receding very slowly and at one point, it drained from the land one inch every two days.Later that week, the neighbouring Canal Number One Polder also experienced mass flooding, which inundated farmlands and resulted in millions in losses as well. Farmers explained that this could have been avoided had the Water Users Association not burst the dam to install large tubes.Cash crop farmer Morlene (only name given) told this publication her entire farm was under water, and she has incurred losses amounting to over half of a million dollars.Meanwhile, another farmer, Doodnauth Singh, had stated that his entire pineapple field has been under water as high as three feet for the past two weeks. He said his pineapples have withered and his cattle have had to relocate to higher ground to access feed.
The conservatives say that through a freedom of information request, they’ve revealed the actual number of animals at issue is 129. Under the Limited Entry Hunting system, which issues tags calculated on success rates, these 129 animals represent 405 tags lost by B.C. resident hunters, according to the conservatives.“Those 60 animals Minister Thomson referenced actually represents more than 400 Limited Entry Hunting tags” writes B.C Conservative leader Dan Brooks. “But more than that, hunter anger over the wildlife allocation policy is about thousands of tags B.C. hunters have lost over many years as the B.C. Liberals have shifted allocation in favour of non-resident hunters.”Brooks says theses numbers demonstrate that the current policy is still 4424 tags short of a 90 per cent resident hunter allocation – representing a 25 per cent loss of hunting tags.- Advertisement -He says the issue of a hunting allocation split can be resolved through his five point plan.Legislate allocation to provide greater certainty and stability.One fixed allocation for all species for all regions.Close allocation loopholes.End foreign ownership and foreign guides.Invest in greater conservation and wildlife management.“Having been an outfitter myself once, I know firsthand the problems facing the outfitting industry,” writes Brooks. “But using resident hunter allocation to fix outfitter problems is not a fair solution.”Brooks says he intends to take the new tag numbers with him to the B.C. Wildlife Federation Annual General Meeting this weekend in an effort to rally hunter support in favour of his plan.Advertisement
Zlatan Ibrahimovic assisted the opener before scoring the winner Zlatan Ibrahimovic hailed Paris Saint-Germain’s ‘patience’ as they knocked Chelsea out of the Champions League.The Swedish forward assisted the opener before scoring the winner as the Ligue 1 side won 4-2 on aggregate to advance to the last eight of the competition – read the full report here.The 34-year-old told BT Sport: “We did a good game, we did a very stable game. We had a lot of patience in our possession.“When we had a chance to strike we were creating the chances. We scored two goals and had more chances but it was enough to win the game.“I think we wanted to control the game and let’s say they were letting us control the game and they were striking when we did our mistakes, and that’s how the goal came for Chelsea.“But it was a solid game. We’re happy, we’re through. We’re doing good things, let’s continue to work hard and give our best.“Where we end up we don’t know. We’re happy at the moment but we’re not satisfied, so hopefully we can continue.”CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION: ‘An act of betrayal!’ – Chelsea fans slam Eden Hazard, who swapped shirts at half-time 1
Almost 200 people completed the Kilmacrennan 5k this evening in beautiful conditions.The first person home was Noel Diver from Rosses AC in a time of 17.25.Here is a list of all those who took part. Place Bib Name Sex AG Club Time1. 127 Noel Diver m SM Rosses A.C 17:252. 17 Paddy Ryan m SM Finn Valley 17:453. 143 Peter O Donnell m SM 17:474. 54 Anthony Doherty m M40 Milford A.C 17:495. 183 John Whoriskey m SM Ramelton 18:166. 46 Liam Mac Giolla Bhríde m SM Rosses A.C 18:247. 176 N.N. 176 18:368. 82 Brian Doherty m SM Milford A.C. 19:099. 108 James Donaghey m M40 Convoy A.C. 19:1910. 112 Monica Mc Granaghan w SW Letterkenny A.C 19:2611. 111 Gerard Mc Granaghan m SM Letterkenny A.C 19:2812. 63 Conán Bonner m SM 19:3213. 60 John Hughes m M50 Letterkenny A.C 19:4014. 45 Pól Mac Giolla Bhríde m SM Letterkenny A.C 19:4215. 121 Tiernan Boyle m JM 19:4216. 123 Paul Lee m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 19:4917. 35 James Whoriskey m SM Milford A.C 19:5618. 117 Ronan Brennan m SM 19:5619. 128 Martin Lynch m SM Milford A.C 19:5620. 116 Siobhan Gallagher w SW 24/7 Triathlon 19:5621. 149 Eoghan O Colla m SM Rosses A.C 19:5722. 172 Gwyn Yemm m SM 19:5923. 105 Michael Galvin m M40 19:5924. 78 Colin Mooney m SM Finn Valley A.C. 20:0225. 79 Christopher Murray m SM Cranford A.C. 20:0826. 184 Eoin Sheehy m M40 Milford A.C 20:0827. 52 Frankie Mc Elwee m SM 20:1228. 196 Kieran Murray m SM Milford A.C 20:1829. 139 Noel Kilpatrick m SM Milford A.C 20:2230. 2 Noeleen Scanlan w SW Letterkenny A.C 20:2631. 119 Irene Mc Fadden w SW Letterkenny A.C. 20:2832. 62 Kyle Mc Garvey m JM 20:4233. 192 Colm Mc Taggart m SM 20:4734. 187 Curly Coyle m M40 Ramelton 20:5235. 122 Seamus Kelly m M40 20:5636. 110 Keith Fletcher m M50 24/07/2016 21:0337. 191 Kevin Coyle m SM Ramelton 21:0338. 164 Sinead Boyle w W40 Rosses A.C 21:0439. 75 Rory Grant m SM 21:0740. 24 Gerard Dorrian m M50 Milford A.C 21:1141. 95 Rory Mc Grenra m JM 21:2242. 144 Patrick Mc Hugh m SM Fit 4 Fun 21:2443. 166 Ivan Simms m SM 21:3944. 13 Frank Pinder m M50 21:4645. 137 Barry Donnelly m JM Cranford A.C 21:5946. 66 Angus Hunter m M50 22:0047. 189 Glenn Hamilton m SM 22:0348. 4 Mark Scott m SM Milford A.C 22:0549. 190 Jack O Neill m JM 22:0850. 188 Joe Coyle m SM Ramelton 22:0851. 161 Noreen Mc Gee w W40 Rosses A.C 22:1552. 156 Eoin Fogarty m M50 Milford A.C 22:2953. 49 Aidan Mc Fadden m SM Triathlon 22:3254. 55 Richard Raymond m M60 Letterkenny A.C 22:3455. 135 Brenan Blaney m M40 Fit 4 Fun 22:3756. 171 Gavin Fisher m SM Run for Fun 22:3857. 94 Mel O Donnell m SM 22:4058. 72 Emmett Maguire m JM 22:5159. 25 Aodhán Dorrian m SM Milford A.C 22:5460. 26 John Pollock m M50 Milford A.C 23:0561. 142 Charlie Coyle m M40 Fit 4 Fun 23:0562. 181 Frank Mc Gettigan m SM 23:0763. 136 James Doherty m M60 Milford A.C 23:0764. 200 Danny Sandilands m JM 23:0965. 124 Joe Mc Laughlin m SM 23:1866. 18 Liam Doherty m SM 23:2267. 76 Philip Connolly m M60 Letterkenny A.C. 23:3268. 91 Michael O’ Hara m SM Milford A.C. 23:3369. 129 Hugh Coll m M40 Milford A.C 23:3570. 34 Áine Whoriskey w SW Milford A.C 23:3571. 100 Catherine Grier w JW 23:3872. 22 Eoghan Mc Elwaine m JM 23:3973. 177 Owen Browne m JM 23:4174. 59 Enda Gallagher m JM 23:4975. 33 Bernice Gallagher w SW Milford A.C 23:5176. 68 Donnachadh Devenney m JM 23:5277. 53 Martin Langan m M40 Convoy A.C 23:5478. 102 Caitlin O Hara w JW Cranford A.C 23:5579. 168 David Speer m SM 23:5880. 109 John Nc Gonigle m SM 24:0881. 178 Paul Doherty m M40 Run for Fun 24:1382. 57 Sam Faullaner m SM Run for Fun Letterkenny 24:1483. 87 Lexie Diver m SM 24:3184. 106 Brenda Mc Cahill w W40 24:3285. 185 David Mc Hale m SM 24:3586. 90 Shane Keaveney m SM 24:3987. 118 Brian Gallagher m M60 24:4588. 29 Charlton Cannard m JM 24:4689. 146 Michael Mc Gettigan m M40 24:4790. 103 Luke Downey m JM 24:5291. 157 Lorraine Duffy w SW Swanlings 24:5792. 162 Keith Patton m SM 24:5793. 155 Martin Mac Carbery m M40 Swanlings 25:0394. 6 Shane Browne m SM 25:2695. 93 Nigel Kewon m M40 25:2996. 39 Jason Hegarty m SM 25:3497. 138 Gerard Coyle m SM 25:3598. 134 James Browne m M50 25:3899. 97 Méabh Devenney w JW 25:53100. 51 Seamus Sweeney m SM 25:58101. 175 Sophie Kelly w W40 26:03102. 56 James Gallagher m M40 26:10103. 58 Erika Gallagher w JW 26:19104. 170 Lee Simms m JM 26:33105. 50 Shaun Sandilands m SM 26:33106. 31 N.N. 31 26:40107. 41 Anne Doherty w W50 26:43108. 23 John Mc Elwaine m SM 26:51109. 195 Paul O Neill m M40 26:51110. 65 Cian Page m JM 27:02111. 11 Eileen Pinder w JW Letterkenny A.C 27:13112. 159 Con Duffy m SM 27:17113. 99 Patrick Mc Geever m SM Fit 4 Fun 27:17114. 150 Conor Ferguson m SM 27:19115. 160 Declan Breslin m M50 27:20116. 107 Gerry Burke m M50 27:20117. 64 C.j. Mc Ginley m SM 27:24118. 80 Jake Borrows m JM 27:32119. 502 Trevor Duncan m M40 27:38120. 147 Martin Mc Hugh m M50 Milford A.C 27:46121. 145 Eileen Morning w W40 Swanlings 27:56122. 126 Cian Corcoran m JM Trentagh Bowsies 28:19123. 186 Denis sheridan m M50 Milford A.C 28:23124. 10 Frankie Pinder m JM 28:37125. 88 Andrew Simms m SM 28:56126. 89 Ellie Simms w JW 28:56127. 85 Hilary Moore w SW Ray Women on the Move 29:01128. 47 Marie Ní Dhónaill w SW 29:06129. 20 Kevin Mc Gettigan m JM 29:11130. 173 N.N. 29:13131. 28 Bonnie Culbertson w SW 29:48132. 165 James Reid m JM 30:16133. 98 Monica Grier w W40 30:21134. 152 Conor Tease m JM 30:30135. 44 Eleanor Mc Geever w JW 30:32136. 43 Kim Nugent w SW 30:32137. 148 Dan O Connell m JM 30:39138. 7 Niall Doherty m SM St Michaels 30:44139. 61 Gerard Grant m M40 30:47140. 125 Colm Corcoran m M40 Trentagh Bowsies 30:48141. 19 Enda Mc Gettigan m JM 30:50142. 5 Danielle Kelly w SW 30:53143. 71 Lauren Doherty w JW 31:04144. 1 Noreen Mc Shea w SW 31:04145. 151 Victor Murray m JM 31:21146. 83 Joan Merritt w W40 Ray Women on the Move 31:51147. 14 Noreen Pinder w W40 31:55148. 32 SallyAnn Mc Fadden 31:55149. 115 Desmond Brownlie m M60 Lagan Valley A.C 32:05150. 113 Mary T O Donnell w SW Milford A.C 32:12151. 114 Anne Gallagher w W50 32:12152. 141 Alastair Grier m SM 32:13153. 158 Gerard Sharkey m SM 32:16154. 27 Barry Foley m SM 32:20155. 179 Sarah Ann Mc Clafferty w SW 32:20156. 174 Shauna Mulhall w SW 32:20157. 30 Liam Sweeney m JM 32:33158. 73 Ian Gallagher m M40 32:37159. 74 Mary T Gallagher w SW 32:38160. 169 Aine Toland w JW 32:39161. 197 Oran Doherty m JM 33:03162. 506 N.N. 506 33:10163. 505 N.N. 505 33:14164. 132 Anne Doherty w SW Milford A.C 33:26165. 199 Fiona Mc Connell w W40 33:40166. 37 Christopher Doherty m JM 34:47167. 36 Kieran Doherty m M50 34:51168. 104 Grace Doherty w JW 35:40169. 101 Lucie Mc Garvey w JW 36:32170. 131 Roisin Mc Geever w SW 37:26171. 15 Muireann Reidy w JW 37:53172. 194 Hannah O Neill w JW 39:16173. 12 Mairead Pinder w JW Letterkenny A.C 39:32174. 70 Stephen-Lee Doherty m JM 40:05175. 96 Kevin Mallon m JM 40:05176. 153 Darragh Sweeney m JM 40:47177. 198 Frances Mc Bride w W40 41:16178. 48 Leeann Hegarty w JW 41:34179. 40 Elicé Baxter w JW 41:34180. 38 Megan Baxter w SW 41:47181. 167 Carson Reid m JM 43:06182. 42 Darina Nugent w SW 46:19183. 81 Kyle Burrows m JM 49:35184. 193 Willie Sheridan m M50 50:47185. 501 N.N. 501 51:28186. 120 James Mc Cloughan m JM 51:36187. 67 Gerard Doherty m JM 53:17188. 133 Margaret Mc Bride w SW 53:19189. 130 Mary T Gallagher w JW 53:20ALMOST 200 COMPLETE KILMACRENNAN NS 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: May 10th, 2016 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)
FEATURES: All roads lead to The Scarvey in Buncrana on Friday night as up to 100 boys and girls will be joined by many parents and GAA supporters from around Inishowen and Donegal for the Donegal Animal Hospital sponsored U9 & U11 Invitation Tournament Finals, which are organised annually by the Inishowen GAA Board with all proceeds being donated to Childhood Cancer Foundation. Scarvey GAA finals To HelpChildhood Cancer Foundation Donegal Animal Hospital U9 Final 6.45 pmBun Cranncha v Gleann- tSuilíDonegal Animal Hospital U11 Final 8.00 pmMalainn V Gleann- tSuilíIn the Under 9 final, which throws in at 6.45 pm host club Buncrana are sure to be cheered on by a big local crowd as they take on Glenswilly and with both sides having made it through the group stages unbeaten, something is sure to give. The boys from Glen emerged from a difficult semi-final against Carndonagh, but it took a massive second half performance before emerging with a two point victory. The Scarvey boys under manager Marty Coyle also overcame a stiff semi-final test when they travelled to O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny where they defeated a fancied St Eunans side. There will be very little between the two sides when the final whistle goes and difficult to predict a winner in what is sure to be a ding dong affair.The Under 11 final between Malin and Glenswilly which starts at 8.00 pm under the floodlights, will certainly have the crowd on their toes. Malin have been the kingpins of Inishowen football in the Go Games section for the past couple of years and have also performed well at tournaments in Newry and Bellaghy during the summer. They see this as a big test of their standing within the county and know it will not be easy against Lee Gildea’s young charges. A trip to Muff in the semi-final for the Malin boys was passed with flying colours and they are raring to go against the mighty Glenswilly. The influence of County players Michael Murphy and Neil Gallagher is clearly evident within the Glenswilly underage structure, they have massive numbers all wanting to progress in the same way as their heroes. These boys from Glen sailed through their five group games while a semi-final journey to The Scarvey did nothing to upset their rhythm as they eased into the final to make it a double for the club. They too see this game as a big test of where they are at, both clubs play with great intensity, skill levels are high and it promises to be a fantastic game to finish off a great tournament.The Tournament which is now in its second year, donates all proceeds to Childhood Cancer Foundation as part of their LightItUpGold campaign during the month of September, which helps to raise awareness of childhood cancer and contributes to improved services for children with Cancer and their families.The Inishowen GAA Board are delighted to acknowledge the support they have received from the Donegal Animal Hospital, Drumany Letterkenny and as a result of their generosity all proceeds raised on the night will go to Childhood Cancer Foundation, which has strong links in Inishowen and Donegal.Childhood Cancer Foundation:Childhood Cancer Foundation comprises volunteer parents and family members whose children are currently in treatment for or in remission from various childhood cancers. Through the generosity of our donors and work of our volunteers we are funding play services on St John’s paediatric cancer day unit at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin. The Charity is also funding a medical research project in the hospital, which investigates the benefits of complementary therapies for children receiving treatment for cancer. We will also be funding the roll out of the Internationally recognised Beads of Courage™ which is an arts in medicine programme provided to children with cancer in many paediatric hospitals in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and other countries which helps them to understand and cope with their cancer diagnosis.We will continue to run awareness campaigns including Light It Up Gold and to promote the recognition of the gold ribbon as the symbol of childhood cancer. We are advocating for the development of peer-to-peer support for parents and improved services for children with cancer and their families in the New National Cancer Strategy.Children unite to raise money for Childhood Cancer Foundation was last modified: September 21st, 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:CHILDHOOD CANCER FOUNDATIONDonegal Animal HospitalGAA
Swilly Rovers 2 – Drumkeen Utd 1Victory for the Ramelton men in a pulsating encounter at Swilly Park.On 4 mins Ryan Shields released Calvin Mooney whose lobbed effort was just over the bar. 2 mins later Swilly were ahead when Gareth Colhoun’s through ball found Darren Mc Geever who crossed for Calvin Mooney to produce a clinical finish from 6 yards.On 36 mins Swilly should have have further ahead when Mc Geever & Mooney combined again as Mc Cauley produced a brilliant save to deny Mooney, & Micheal McHugh’s goalbound effort hit the crossbar and bounced to safety leaving it 1-0 to Swilly at the break.Drumkeen who were always dangerous on the break were level when Philip White released Ronan Coyle, & the former Finn Harps man finished well from 8 yards.Swilly were back in front after 61 mins when Laurence Tolands powerfully delivered corner was headed home in some style by the inrushing Dylan Hegarty. Richie Moore of Drumkeen & Calvin Mooney of Swilly both had good chances in the final 10 mins but both efforts were narrowly wide. Dunccan Patterson hit the post for Swilly in the dying seconds after a great run.The home fans went home happy after an enthralling encounter.Swilly Rovers:Gareth Wade, Martin Mc Daid, Gareth Colhoun, Martin Boyce, Ryan Shields, Calvin Mooney, David Fisher, Dylan Hegarty, Michael Mc Hugh, Laurence Toland, Darren Mc Geever. Subs used: Duncan Patterson, Jordan Toland, Kyle Black, Subs unused: Darren Dunworth, Liam O’Donnell.Drumkeen Utd: Paul Mc Cauley, Michael Carroll, Benny Bonner, Brian Lafferty, Eunan Kelly, Philip White, Brian Mc Groary, Christopher Mc Bride, Conor Carlin, Ronan Coyle. Subs used: Richie Moore, Peter Mc Namee, Raymond Sweeney.Match Referee: Packie Coll. ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE CUP: SWILLY OVERCOME DRUMKEEN IN CLOSE AFFAIR was last modified: June 7th, 2014 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)Tags:donegalDrumkeen Utdswilly roversUlster senior league cup
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 His scorecard showed a 68, but didn’t include sketches of where some of his shots landed – one of them under an SUV parked in the woods, another that went off the cart path, over a 25-foot hospitality tent and was headed for the parking lot until it grazed someone’s leg and stopped on the stairs. Daly, who started with a bogey and a double bogey on his first three holes, was at 9-under 201 and poised to capture his first victory in 19 months. Montgomerie, who only last week ended his 19-month victory drought, closed with 10 straight pars for a 69, giving him another tee time with Daly today. They will be joined by Sergio Garcia, who shot a 67 to join Woods at 7 under. Perrot takes lead: Chile’s Nicole Perrot moved into position for her first LPGA Tour victory, shooting a 7-under 64 to take a three-stroke lead after the third round of the Longs Drugs Challenge at Auburn, Calif. The 21-year-old Perrot, the 2001 U.S. Girls champion, had a 14-under 199 total on The Ridge Golf Course. She had eight birdies – four in a row on Nos. 3-6 – and a bogey in the best round of her first full season on the tour. “It’s a lot of fun, but it’s stressful,” Daly said. “It’s great to be in this position, but it’s not the easiest thing to do.” Tiger Woods somehow finished two shots behind. John Daly relied on the long ball to get back into contention, then to take the lead away from Colin Montgomerie on Saturday in an American Express Championship that kept a chilled gallery in suspense. Daly hit a 378-yard drive that set up an eagle on the par-5 10th, ripped a 292-yard drive into the stiff wind for a chip-and-putt birdie on the par-4 16th, and finished with a 3-under 67 on the Harding Park course in San Francisco for a one-shot lead over Montgomerie. Sweden’s Liselotte Neumann (64) and South Korea’s Hee-Won Han (66) were 11 under, and Sherri Turner (66), Jennifer Rosales (67) and Sherri Steinhauer (69) followed at 9-under. Han won the Office Depot Championship on Monday in Rancho Palos Verdes. Hall of Famers Juli Inkster (67) and Beth Daniel (70) were in a group at 8-under, and Annika Sorenstam was nine strokes back at 5-under after a 71. Quigley has advantage: Dana Quigley shot a season-best 8-under 64 to take a one-stroke lead over Loren Roberts in the Greater Hickory Classic at Conover, N.C. The 58-year-old Quigley, a two-time winner this year who leads the Champions Tour money list with $1,812,298, had a 12-under 132 total on the Rock Barn Golf & Spa’s Jones Course. Roberts, the Jeld-Wen Tradition winner in August, shot a 65. Jay Haas (67), Jim Ahern (66) and Tom McKnight (68) were 9 under, and Brad Bryant (67) and Lonnie Nielsen (70) were another stroke back. Bickerton on top: England’s John Bickerton shot a 2-under 69 to take a one-stroke lead over compatriot Stuart Little in the Abama Open de Canarias at Tenerife, Canary Islands. Bickerton had a 7-under 206 total. Little shot a 72. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!