Youth Olympic Games: PH bet Christian Tio wins silver in kiteboarding

first_imgTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Milo Marathon runner hit by car View comments LATEST STORIES Deury Corniel of Dominican Republic bagged the gold medal while Toni Vodisek of Slovenia wound up tied with Tio to also win the silver.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazilcenter_img READ: PH kiteboarding star Tio eyes gold in first Olympic stintThe 17-year-old Tio, who hails from Boracay Island where his mother taught him to kite at 7 years old, was the only representative in the Asia and Oceanic regions.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissHe booked a trip to Argentina for the YOG after clinching the lone Asian berth during the qualifiers seven months ago in Thailand.READ: Tio clinches lone berth in Youth Olympic Games CONTRIBUTED PHOTOFilipino-Norwegian Christian Tio delivered the Philippines’ first medal in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.Tio, the country’s top young kiteboarding star, won the silver medal in the final of the men’s kiteboarding IKA Twin Tip Racing late Sunday night (Manila time).ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption 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 Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA titlelast_img read more

‘Color Green’ Donates Sets of Jerseys, Footballs to Communities

first_imgMr. Flomo, aka presents jerseys and football to Chocolate City leadershipYouths of at least seven communities and three islands in Chocolate City were elated on Wednesday, November 7, when Montserrado County District #13 Representative aspirant Edward Papay Flomo, alias Color Green, donated 20 sets of jerseys and 40 footballs. The donation, according to him, is valued at LD$640,000.In a colorful program marking the endorsement of Mr. Flomo at the Chocolate City Turning Point Community, attended by hundreds of citizens, the 40 footballs and 20 sets of jerseys (shirts and shorts) were given for what he called “entertainment.”Each community benefits four footballs and two sets of jerseys. His media coordinator, Winston Blyden, said the donation marked the 8th since the beginning of the by-election campaign.During the program, the communities and islands dwellers pledged their ‘unflinching support’ and to vote number two (#2) on the ballot paper for Mr. Flomo for a better representation in the House of Representatives of the 54th Legislature.Flomo is an independent aspirant but is a staunch member of the Congress for Democratic Change.  He served as one of the inner bodyguards of Mr. George M. Weah from 2005 to 2017.The 3rd Vice Chairlady for Women and Children Affairs, Madam Kulu Doville, expressed her thanks and appreciation to Flomo for the rehabilitation of the Chocolate City Health Center and the repairing of the bridge linking Chocolate City to Iron Factory Community and other donations.“Since you made us pleased, we too will make you pleased by voting for you,” Madam Doville said.Speaking for the men, Elder James Duncan, the Acting Chairman of the Elder Council of Chocolate City, said for the time he has gotten in contact with Mr. Flomo, he has proven himself to be a man by “doing what he talked.”He urged Mr. Flomo, if elected, to build a public senior high school to benefit the people living from Jamaica Road Bridge to the Supermarket Community.The Youth Chairman, Mr. George Kamara, expressed his thanks and appreciation and said the donation will help the youth to be engage in activities.Chairman Daniel H. Brownell, Sr. also thanked Mr. Flomo for his development initiatives undertaken within Chocolate City including the renovation of a ‘palava hut.’“We do not have a police station in Chocolate City, we need the police here to help protect lives and property in our community,” Mr. Brownell said.In response to the endorsement, Aspirant Flomo said the rehabilitation of roads, bridges, scholarship opportunities to over 150 students and microloans under these challenges and difficulties, is his way of showing his love for the sake of the people.“I will not make development lazy. If l am elected, there will be more developments,” Mr. Flomo said. “If you identify the spot for the Police Station, tell me, so we will start now.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Klopp to replace Wenger at Arsenal? Gooners react

first_img1 Arsenal were well beaten by Dortmund in their Champions League opener, losing 2-0 in Germany.The result may not have been a surprise, but the tame nature of Arsenal’s surrender has stirred the debate about Arsene Wenger’s leadership once more.Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp appears to be the name many Gooners want to replace the current boss.Wenger has won three Premier League titles and the FA Cup five times, but just one of those trophies has come in the past nine years.Meanwhile, Klopp has guided Dortmund to successive Bundesliga titles and one German Cup.Both have reached the Champions League final once.Below is a selection of tweets from disgruntled Gooners, keen to see Klopp swap North-Rhine Westphalia for North London.What do you think? Comment below… Jurgen Klopp to manage Arsenal eventually? last_img

Exclusive – Wenger will help Welbeck emulate Henry, claims ex-Arsenal striker

first_imgFormer Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell believes Danny Welbeck can emulate Gunners great Thierry Henry.The Frenchman arrived in north London with a point to prove, having previously been used in a wide role by Serie A giants Juventus, and went on to become a legend at the club.Welbeck suffered a similar fate at Manchester United and Campbell claims Arsene Wenger can bring the best out of the 23-year-old – just like he did with Henry.“I do see similarities between Welbeck and Henry,” he told Hawksbee and Jacobs. “Thierry Henry was nowhere near the finished article when he arrived at Arsenal, and just look what happened to his game. It was elevated to the highest level.“I would like to think Danny Welbeck can get up to those heights, there or thereabouts anyway.“Arsene Wenger is very good at developing players and Welbeck is a willing learner. He has everything.“He is only going to get better because his confidence is going to grow. Somebody like Welbeck, with his skill set, is going to be a very dangerous striker in the Premier League.”last_img read more

Contract for Metro transit patrols up for grabs

first_imgCompetition for the $62.5 million annual contract to police the city’s mass transit system is heating up among some law enforcement agencies, months before bidding wars begin. Metro’s five-year agreement with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will expire June 30, 2008, and officials do not yet know if they will renew it. The transit agency is reviewing other security options that could dismantle the sheriff’s grip on the mass transit system and save about $4.7 million. Roger Snoble, Metro’s chief executive officer, said at a recent workshop that the security-program review should not be considered a criticism of the Sheriff’s Department and its staff assigned to the transit agency. “We are very happy with the Sheriff’s Department,” said Snoble. “But we are always looking for the best fit.” “We are definitely interested in the contract,” said Tanaka. “We believe it is a good contract for the Sheriff’s Department. We believe it is a good contract for the people we provide service to: the Metro authority and its ridership.” Metro security work was shared from 1998 to 2003 by its own officers; by the Sheriff’s Department, which patrolled unincorporated Los Angeles; and by the Los Angeles Police Department, which covered the city of Los Angeles. The job involves security on five rail lines, a dedicated busway and 2,250 buses. But in 2003, the Sheriff’s Department beat out the LAPD for a five-year contract to police the mass transit system, after submitting a proposal that was $7 million cheaper in its first year than if the LAPD had continued sharing duties. Although the stage could be set for another tug of war between the two law enforcement agencies, LAPD officials on Friday were not aware of any plans to bid on the impending contract. “There is no tug,” said LAPD Lt. Roger Mora. “There isn’t even a pull.” Ultimately, a decision will come from Metro’s board, which will hash out the direction for its security program and then solicit bids. It could involve a variety of competing interests. Among the 13 Metro board members are all five members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, which oversees the Sheriff’s Department’s budgeting, as well as L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and his three Metro appointees, including Councilman Bernard Parks, former chief of the LAPD. Others on the Metro board include Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian, Santa Monica Councilwoman Pam O’Connor and Long Beach Councilwoman Bonnie Lowenthal. A Duarte councilman also serves. Security would be fractured if multiple police agencies handled it for the transit agency, said Dan Finkelstein, Metro transit police chief and a Sheriff’s Department commander. “Having an entity that can cross all the geographic boundaries makes sense,” Finkelstein said. At a recent workshop to review security, Parks warned the board that reducing the number of armed deputies and replacing them with lower-level security officers, just to save some money, puts all security at risk. “It could be a ticket they (passengers) show them,” said Parks. “Or it could be a gun.” (818) 713-3746160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Metro is considering fattening up its own staff from 94 to 350 security officers who can conduct more of the lower-level activities that some deputies are performing now, such as checking passengers’ fares. In addition, Metro would contract with a law enforcement agency to act as the central core of its operations, as the Sheriff’s Department now does and could bid to continue doing. But Metro is considering paring down sworn officers from the 387 working today to about 100, said Jack Eckles, Metro deputy executive officer for systems, safety and security. The transit agency could then negotiate contracts with other local police departments getting paid overtime to patrol buses and rails passing through their jurisdictions. Already, police agencies from Pasadena, Long Beach, Glendale and Santa Monica are interested in the shot to patrol the bus and rail lines running through their jurisdictions, Eckles said. The county Sheriff’s Department is interested in pursuing the contract again, as long as the Metro board believes the agency is providing the appropriate level of service, said Paul Tanaka, assistant sheriff. last_img read more

Google stock at $600 a share

first_imgThe biggest beneficiaries of the stock’s ascension have been Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who began developing their search engine, then called BackRub, in a Stanford University dorm room in 1996. Page and Brin, both 34, rank among the world’s wealthiest people, with fortunes approaching $20 billion each. Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, and top sales executive Omid Kordestani have also accumulated enough stock in the company to become multibillionaires. Hundreds of other Google employees are millionaires. Google’s stock has reigned as one of the hottest commodities on Wall Street because its search engine has turned into a moneymaking machine as advertisers spend more on the Internet to connect with consumers who are increasingly shunning television, radio and traditional print media. Google’s search engine is the hub of the Web’s most lucrative ad network. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! MARKETS: Internet company continues its surge and reaches yet another milestone. By Michael Liedtke THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Google Inc.’s stock price sailed past $600 for the first time Monday, extending a monthlong rally propelled by the lofty expectations surrounding the Internet search leader’s upcoming third-quarter earnings report. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityThe Mountain View-based company’s shares traded as high as $610.26 before slipping back to $609.62, a gain of $15.57, or 2.6percent. It marked the sixth time in the past 12 trading sessions that the stock has reached a new high, showing investors are confident Google’s third-quarter profit will be impressive. The results are scheduled to be released Oct. 18. The latest milestone served as yet another reminder of the immense wealth created since Google went public in August 2004. The shares have increased more than sevenfold from their initial public offering price of $85, bringing the nine-year-old company’s market value to $190 billion – eclipsing bigger, more mature businesses such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Coca-Cola Co., Hewlett-Packard Co. and IBM Corp. It took 10 months for Google’s stock to leap from $500 to $600 and more than a year for the journey from $400 to $500. The shares hurdled $300 in June 2005 after passing the $100 and $200 thresholds in 2004. Analysts began predicting Google’s stock would reach $600 at the start of 2006 when the shares were still hovering around $420. Some analysts are already predicting Google’s stock will hit $700 within the next year, but the average target price for the stock is $614.64 among analysts polled by Thomson Financial. last_img read more


first_imgMILFORD GAA CLUB NOTES*SP Barrett Appointed Donegal Minor Manager*The Club was delighted to learn late last week that Shaun Paul Barrett had been put forward by the Donegal Executive for the position of Minor manager and that has been ratified at County Committee last night. This is a brilliant achievement for Shaun Paul and no less than he deserves. He is one if the best qualified coaches in Ulster and has managed several underage Donegal teams in the past, including guiding the U17s to the McGuigan Cup in 2014. Shaun Paul is currently the manager of our Senior team who are sitting top of Division 3 and play Aodh Ruadh in the Quarter Finals of the Intermediate Championship at 8pm in Convoy on Friday. SP has put in countless hours of coaching and is as dedicated and committed a manager as you could get and all at the Club wish him well as Donegal Minor manager. *Emigrants Mass*On Sunday September 13th, at 3 00 pm, a special Mass for our exiles will be held in St Peters Church in Milford. The theme of the Mass is “Reaching Out” and anyone who has friends or family abroad can let them know that the Mass can be watched by tuning in to CLG BnaG would like to let all former players, mentors and club members, who are away from home, anywhere in the world, know about the Mass and to let them know that family and friends at home are thinking of them always.*North American Championships*Well done to Caoimhe Barrett who along with her Aisling Gaels teammates from Chicago won the North American Championships yesterday in Chiacgo. They beat Fog City from San Francisco 2-14 to 2-8 with Caoimhe scoring 1-3 from half forward. Well done Caoimhe from all at the Club and enjoy the celebrations stateside!*Intermediate Championship Quarter Final*CLG BnaG v Aodh RuadhConvoy, Friday 11th @ 8pmIt will be a case of Friday night lights for our Seniors next Friday when they take on Aodh Ruadh under the lights in Convoy in the Intermediate Quarter Final. Throw in time in Convoy is at 8pm and it is hoped as much support as possible will travel to get behind the lads.*8 & U10 Training Continues*There will be no underage training this Friday evening the 11th due to our Seniors playing Aodh Ruadh in the Championship in Convoy. We would encourage all our young members to come support our Senior team in their Championship Quarter Final in Convoy on Friday at 8pm. *Minor Championship Final*CLG BanG v KilcarMacCumhaill Park, Sat 19th @ 2pmIt has been confirmed that our Minors will take on Kilcar in the Minor Division 2 Final at 2pm on on Saturday 19th in MacCumhaill Park. This will be a huge day for the parish as our young men from Ramelton, Milford and Rathmullan look to take back the Minor title for the first time in 10 years. All support in MacCumhaill Park on the 19th would be greatly appreciated for this talented young team.*U16 Ladies*CLG BnaG v St EunansMoyle Park, Tonight @ 6.45pmOur U16 Ladies will take on St Eunans tonight in a group decider. Both teams have won 4 group games with the winners of tonightd clash advancing to the A Quarter Final. Throw in is at 6.45pm and all support greatly appreciated.*Seniors*CLG BnaG 2-10 Buncrana 0-9Our Seniors got back to winning ways on Sunday to maintain their position at the top of the table with a win over Buncrana. It was Buncrana who got off to a flier though and scored 3 unanswered points to leave them 0-3 to no score up after 10 minutes. It was Christopher Barrett who got Na Galloglaighs first score after 12 minutes before Cathal Mc Gettigan scored 2 points to level the game up after 15. The next few scores were tit for tat with McGettigan and Tj Evesson scoring points before a superb team move from our own kick out saw Chippie finish to the back of the net on 27 minutes. This put the boys 2 points clear and this became 5 points when Jonny Logue got another goal on 29. Another good team move saw Logue clean through and his first effort brought a great save from the Buncrana keeper but Jonny reacted quickest to score the rebound. A McGettigan free with the last kick of the half put the boys in a commanding 6 point lead at half time, 2-6 to 0-6. The second half was a low scoring affair with Buncrana scoring first after 41 minutes and scored again on 44. Na Galloglaigh responded with 2 of their own from Gavin Grier and Barrett to maintain the 6 point lead. The defence was on top for much of the second half and seen out the game relatively comfortably, although Sean Gallagher was called upon to make 2 superb saves in the last few minutes. As the game came to a close some security points were scored by Darragh Black and Grier again to leave the full time score 2-10 to 0-9. Next up for the boys is a Intermediate Championship Quarter Final clash with Aodh Ruadh on Friday night under the lights in Convoy, 8pm throw in. With Aodh Ruadh losing at home to Letterkenny Gaels this evening the boys will be hoping the fixture goes to form and they advance to the Semi Final. All support greatly appreciated. Team: Sean Gallagher. Kieran Sheridan, Sean Black, Gavin Grier (0-2), TJ Evesson (0-1), Gary Merritt, Enda McHugh, Jonny Logue (1-0), Joey Cullen, Pauric Curley, Christopher Barrett (1-2), Kieran Mc Laughlin, Kyle Black, Cathal McGettigan (0-4), Paddy Peoples. Subs: Darragh Black (0-1) for McLaughlin (40m), Adam Serrinha for McHugh (54m), Barry McNulty, Shay Durning, Paul Grier.*Reserves*CLG BnaG 3-7 Buncrana 1-16Na Galloglaigh went down to Buncrana in the Reserve match which sees Buncrana extend their winning streak to 10 games. Once again a poor first half left them with too much to do in the second period. Nevertheless the second half was a greatly improved display.Playing against a breeze the boys struggled to get the ball up the pitch and didn’t win enough breaking ball in the middle third. Buncrana were ruthless to leave the half time score 0-2 to 0-12. The second half was much much better from Na Galloglaighs point of view and when a long range effort from Paul Fisher ended up in the back of the net the boys started to get a bit of belief, especially when Dylan Hegarty added a second goal moments later. Buncrana responded to this with a goal of their own to put 7 between the sides again, much to the disappointed of Na Galloglaighs defence as they felt there was a throw ball in the build up. At the other end Dylan Hegarty was denied a strong penalty shout which would have come in handy as gaffer Ciaran McHugh put just 3 between the sides with a goal on 57 minutes. In the end Buncrana ran out with a 3 point win, and on the balance of play deserved the victory, although Na Galloglaigh will feel like they nearly could have nicked it. No game for the Reserves next week due to the Intermediate Championship. Team: Gavin McFadden, Shay Durning, Barry McNulty, Emmet Conaghan, Cormac Friel, Paul Grier, Connor Jason Meakin, Paul Sweeney, Anthony Fisher, Paddy Mc Carron, Luke Trearty (0-1), Paul Fisher (1-4), Dean Burgess, Dylan Hegarty (1-2), Brandon Toye. Subs: Tony McGettigan for Conaghan (HT), Hugh Mc Menamin for Toye (HT), Caolan Bolton for Meakin (HT), Ciaran McHugh (1-0) for McCarron (HT), Patrick Ferry for Sweeney (45m)*Minor Championship Semi Final*CLG BnaG 2-8 Bundoran 2-6Na Galloglaigh have sealed their place in the Minor Championship final after a thrilling win over Bundoran in Killygordon last Wednesday night. The opening period was a tight and cagey affair with Bundoran slightly on top but both teams struggling to make scoring chances. It was Bundoran who got the first score of the match when their centre half forward snuck in for goal to stick the ball past Gavin McFadden on 11 minutes. Gavin Grier got Na Galloglaighs first point after 13 minutes but some poor passing and choice selections made scoring chances hard to come by. It was in the last 15 minutes of the half with the score at 0-1 to 1-1 before the boys started to come to life. Their strong direct running at the heart of the Bundoran defence cut them open on numerous occasions and it was one such run from Adam Serrinha which saw Na Galloglaigh get their opening goal when he smashed home on 19th minutes. Further points from Luke Trearty, Shane McNamee and Serrinha in the last few minutes left the boys in a strong position leading 1-4 to 1-1. The second half was much the same with Bundoran being on top again in the opening exchanges, and they scored 1-1 in the first 5 minutes to put them back in the lead. Nevertheless Na Galloglaigh kept making numerous goal chances when they ran straight at Bundoran and had a gilt edged chance to go back into the lead on 38 minutes. A great run from McNamee saw himself and Martin Doyle clean through and bearing down on goal, but McNamees unselfish pass was just too high for Doyle. Bundoran then went up the pitch to go 2 points clear with 15 minutes left. Na Galloglaigh never gave up and created more goal chances with Grier and Kane Barrett shooting narrowly wide. Grier got a point with 11 minutes left to narrow the margin to the minimum, before seconds later Connor Gormley leveled the game up. Bundoran responded with another point on 51 before a minute later Gormley, effectively playing on one leg after a very heavy knock in the first half, finished to the back of the net to leave the score 2-6 to 2-4 with 8 minutes left. Substitute Kane Barrett then stepped up to knock over a point before Gormley scored again on 55 to put 4 between the sides. Bundoran knocked over a free on 57 to make for a nervy finish with a goal in it. Deep in injury time a sweeping Bundoran move saw them bearing down on goal before Cormac Toland, who had been superb all game at corner back, made a match saving tackle just outside the box. Bundoran tapped over the free but there wasn’t much time left afterwards as the referee blew the final whistle to see Na Galloglaigh win 2-8 to 2-6. It was a deserved victory for the boys who will have badly wanted to win this game tonight after losing to Bundoran in the league final. Na Galloglaigh will now take on Kilcar in the final as they defeated Cloughaneely 1-10 to 0-7 in the other semi final, venue an date to be announced. Team: Gavin McFadden, Patrick Ferry, Kieran Sheridan, Odhrán Coll, Ryan Mcmahon, Ronan Docherty, Cormac Toland, Luke Trearty (0-1), Connor Gormley (1-2), Conor Mc Hugh, Adam Serrinha (1-1), Ryan Spike Flood, Gavin Grier (0-2), Martin Doyle, Shane McNamee (0-1). Subs: Kane Barrett (0-1) for Doyle (40m), Ryan Toye for Flood (40m), Peter Curran, Hayden Curran, Jamie-Lee Blaney, Paddy Mc Carron *U16 Championship*Buncrana 4-16 CLG BnaG 0-6With 3 teams on 4 points a threeway playoff was needed to see who advances past the U16 Division 1 group stages. Unfortunately Na Galloglaigh were defeated in Buncrana last night in the first of these playoff games leaving them with a must win game now against MacCumhaills, provisionally fixed for this Friday evening. The Club would like to wish a speedy recovery to Ronan Docherty who broke his collarbone during last nights game. Ronan has been a key man for the U16s and Minors this season and will surely be a huge loss to the Minors for their Final v Kilcar on Saturday week. Hopefully he will be back better and stronger than ever for the Minors and Reserves next year.*U16 Ladies*Naomh Colmcille 0-2 CLG BnaG 5-20Well done to our U16 Ladies who had a great win over Naomh Colmcille on Tuesday night. The Ladies will now take on St Eunans next Tuesday yo decide who will go through to the A Quarter Finals as both teams have won all 4 of their games.*U13s*Our U13s had a good win at home to Burt on Sunday thanks to goals from Shane Black, Dara McFadden, Owen O’Donnell and Jake Doherty. Some of the stand out performers in a very fine team performance were Matthew McLaughlin, Dara McFadden and Barry Donnelly. Next up for the U13s is a home match against Gaoth Dobhair this Friday at 6pm. Fixtures for the season can be found below:Fri 11th @ 6pm: Gaoth Dobhair (H)Sun 13th @ 11.45am: Glenfin (H)Sun 20th @ 11.45am: Robert Emmets (A)Sun 27th @ 11.45am: Convoy (A)Sun 4th @ 11.45am: St Eunans B (A)Sun 11th @ 11.45am: Carndonagh (A) The Club is also delighted to announce that this season we will be fielding a B team. The B team had a bye this weekend but their fixtures for the season ahead can be seen below, times TBC:Sun 13th: Lifford (H)Sun 20th: Letterkenney Gaels (H)Sun 27th: Urris (A)Sun 4th: St Eunans C (H)Sun 11th: Naomh Colmcille (A)*Lotto*This weeks lotto numbers were 1-12-14-20. No jackpot winner, 1 match 3 winner, wins €70. Pat Bonner, Letterkenny. Next weeks Jackpot is €1,020. Don’t forget you can enter the lotto from the comfort of your own home by playing through our own FREE Club App. Usual rules apply, pick 4 numbers per box, €2 and €5 options available. Numbers must be entered before 10pm or else they roll over to the next week. Perfect way for our many supporters and exiles overseas who would like to continue to support their Club.*Training Schedules*Seniors – Tues & Thurs @ 7pm (Pitch)Senior Ladies – Mon & Wed @ 7pm, Sat @ 10am (Pitch)Minors – Fri @ 8pm, Sun @ 10am (Pitch)U16s – Fridays @ 7pm (Pitch)U16 Ladies – Mon & Wed @ 7pm, Sat @ 10am (Pitch)U14 Ladies – Mon @ 5pm (Pitch).U12 Mixed – Wed @ 6pm (Convent Gym)*Underage Coaching*Anyone interested in getting involved in the coaching of underage teams are asked to contact Shaun Paul Barrett on 086-6052169*Lotto Database*Lotto database players are reminded that end of year payments are now due. Anyone wishing to join the lotto database in 2015 can download the standing order form from the Club website or contact Joe McNulty. The benefits of joining the database are:– Full family membership for 2015 included– Entered into every draw every week– Automatically in Christmas hamper draw (One for database members only)– 11 weeks free entry to lotto draw*Lotto Sellers Required*The Club is seeking lotto sellers in the Milford, Ramelton and Rathmullan areas. If you are interested contact Joe McNulty on 086-8547114*Contact Us*For all information and queries contact, follow us on Twitter on @CLGBnaG, and on Facebook on or see our website*CLG BnaG Club Gear*A selection of club gear is available to order. Photos and prices of these items are on the club website and on the new Team App. Orders can be placed with Agnes Ryan 0868194751GAA NEWS: MILFORD CONGRATULATE SP BARRETT ON MINOR TEAM POST was last modified: September 8th, 2015 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:MILFORD GAA CLUBlast_img read more

Shaun Graham Memorial 3K takes place this evening

first_imgThe Shaun Graham Memorial 3K run and walk takes place this evening in Letterkenny.Entries will be taken from 5.30pm at the Community Centre.Shaun Graham Memorial 3K takes place this evening was last modified: October 7th, 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)last_img


first_imgA MAN accused of stabbing a pensioner in his home will find out on December 16 what charges he will face at his trial.Patrick McLoughlin was stabbed at his home in Convent Road in Carndonagh in May this year.Lee Mitchell, who is 33 and has an address at Windmill Park in Letterkenny, has been charged assault causing harm and with a burglary at another address in Carndonagh on the same day. Inspector David Murphy told Judge Paul Kelly the case was being adjourned until December 16 to await directions from the DPP.STATE AWAITING DIRECTIONS FROM DPP ON INISHOWEN ASSAULT SUSPECT was last modified: October 26th, 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:Carndonaghchargesstabbinglast_img read more

Picture Special: Over 350 students enjoy Engineers Week Showcase

first_imgSecondary school pupils were amazed, educated and entertained on all things to do with engineering careers at a special showcase on Wednesday, February 28th. Transition Year and Senior Cycle students visited the LYIT to meet and interact with companies in the industry to discover the many opportunities available in the profession.Engineering companies held fun demonstrations to help spark enthusiasm about the engineering profession among young people. The event was organised by Engineers Ireland’s Donegal Region in partnership with LYIT. See all the photos by Clive Wasson Photography in the gallery below:Neil Meehan, Engineers Ireland, Noreen Durning, LYIT, Karen Kane, Donegal County Council and Charlie Kerr, Engineers Ireland Chair at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonLYIT Students, Ryan Tyrell and Mikela Dunleavy at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonAdrian Sweeney from Terex with students at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonRyan O’Byrne, DSM with Tony Toye, Paul Nellis and Shane McDaid, St. Eunans College at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonMartin Gallahger, Randox, Pauric Keenaghan and Dermot McFadden, Colasite Colmcill at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonKeith Sheridan from the LYIT Electronics and Engineering courst with visiting students at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonStudents from Moville Community College with Karen Kane at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonMulroy College students at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonRoyal and Prior students with Noreen Durning, LYIT at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT from left are Matthew Hamilton, Torin Woods, Shane Russell and Andrew Orr. Photo Clive WassonKaren Kane, Noreen Durning and Anne Boner with Royal and Prior students Jordan Devenney, Kelly McClafferty, Jack West, Jake Watt, at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonColaiste Colmcille Ballyshannon Students at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonKevin Harley with Colaist Colmcille Ballyshannon students at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonCrana College students and teachers at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT from left are Michael McGirr, Ryan Hegarty, Jonathan Fergiuson, Caolin Dillion, Liam Grant, Noreen Durning, LYIT and Mr. Joe Ward. Photo Clive WassonScoil Mhuire Buncrana students at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonZeus engineers with studenst at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonLiving life in virtual reality at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonRosses Community School students at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonAmy McGowan from Aran Mor with Damien McCauley and Isioma Osadebe from Abbots at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonElliott Ruddy From Ballyshannon trys out virtual reality at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive WassonAine McHugh, Kevin Roarty and Peter Noel Doherty at the Engineers Week Showcase event in the LYIT. Photo Clive Wasson     Picture Special: Over 350 students enjoy Engineers Week Showcase was last modified: March 5th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Engineer’s WeekeventsLYITpicture specialschoolsSTEMlast_img read more