Pons eyes revenge against La Salle in FEU title bid

first_imgPons averaged 18.5 points in those two matches and she is determined to avenge those losses against a La Salle team that has appeared in the championship round for 10 straight seasons.“Those matches in the first and second rounds were really close and it’s just unfortunate that we lost both,” said Pons, who is playing on her first title series. “I’m really excited to take those losses back against La Salle.”Pons, could be playing in the last three games of her collegiate career, is aware of the disparity between the experience levels of the two teams but the outgoing Lady Tamaraw said they can counteract it through sheer unflappable will.FEU last won the title in Season 70 and last appeared in the finals in Season 71 where it lost to, as fate had it, La Salle.“Yes they’re well ahead in terms of experience because they’ve been fighting for the championship for so long but we’re always reminded that we should fight for every point,” said Pons.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ The finals series of the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament isn’t just about the matchup between defending champion De La Salle and the league’s winningest team in Far Eastern University.ADVERTISEMENT On a larger scale this would pit two of the most successful schools in a finals rematch that waited 10 years to happen, but on the micro level there is another narrative that had brewed in a matter of months.La Salle, a 10-time champion, beat 29-time champion FEU twice in the eliminations and those losses have lit a fire inside Bernadeth Pons that the skipper of the Lady Tamaraws plan on unleashing in the finals.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“I’m excited to get back at La Salle,” said Pons in Filipino Wednesday at FEU in a chat with Inquirer.The two FEU-La Salle matches in the eliminations were undoubtedly classics with both games ending in fives sets and the Tamaraws can add to thatrivalry on Saturday in the first game of the championship round. LATEST STORIES MOST READ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding “La Salle won’t stop until the end, so we should triple our effort because this is our first time going into the finals.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast 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 Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident View comments Aiken plays better in 2nd game for Dyip, but still ‘up for evaluation’ Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’last_img read more

‘1st, 2nd Divisions Spaces on Sale after July 17’

first_imgThe Liberia Football Association (LFA) has announced that clubs in the 1st and 2nd division teams that deliberately refuse to write the football house by Wednesday, July 17, 2014 about committing themselves to CAF’s Club Licensing System (CLS) will be dropped immediately.The LFA says the position of be clubs will be declared vacant and subsequently filled.Secretary General Alphonso Armah said yesterday that compulsory fill-in of spaces in the 1st and 2nd division is to uphold the revised statutes.He said key among the requirements are: youth team (ages 10-14 years), affidavit of ownership of clubs, stadium, practice pitch (at least up to three clubs could join), office space, proof of financial capacity, and a technical director (minimum high school graduate).Armah also noted that the LFA has agreed to use the Antoinette Tubman Stadium for all applied teams and stressed that 1st division to cover 50% of the key requirements, while 2nd division should do 30%.“These registration requirements serve as a prelude to the implementation of the LFA Club Licensing whose compliance for the participation of LFA 2014/2015 League,” Armah said.He added: “The decision is to improve the standard of football in the country in pursuant to FIFA and CAF directives.”Armah indicated that FIFA in its Circular No. 1128 of December 28, 2007 explained the Club Licensing Regulations as the “basic working document for the club licensing system, through which the different members of the football family can promote common principles in football.”He intoned that FIFA seeks to ensure that clubs participating in any competition fulfill minimum standard requirements and the regulations set forth by FIFA took effect from January 1, 2008.“For CAF, the 2012/13 season was slated as the take-off date but in a recent circular, the continental body granted a grace period and set a new date of November 30, 2014,” Armah said. “The circular mandated all its national affiliates including the LFA to confirm in writing by January 30, 2013 that the licensing regulation has been adopted by its congress which we did and subsequently adopted in our statute on January 18, 2014.”Meanwhile, some stakeholders who begged not to be identified reminded the LFA to take into consideration the country’s poor economy and be flexible in the implementation of the CLS.They noted that there should be a deferment and the LFA should meet CAF to set-up a role-map in achieving the Club Licensing System or else most clubs would pull out and hundreds of youths will lose their jobs.They said further that the LFA, like in Nigeria, should set up a body or committee which would be responsible to decide on whether a license is granted an applicant on the basis of the ‘final approved documents provided.’They also requested a committee, called the Appeals Body, which would be responsible to decide on appeals submitted in writing and make a final and binding decision on whether a license shall be granted.“It is for this purpose that governments exist to make rules and ensure that the rules are complied with. Every profession, business, social group and competition have their qualification thresholds and conditions for retaining membership,” they argued. “To participate in any sport, the organising body sets standards to be met by either nations, clubs or individuals and only those who are committed to abiding by the set regulations are admitted and retained. It is same for football.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Ngafuan Hails Outgoing Egyptian Ambassador Lotfi

first_imgForeign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan has praised outgoing Egyptian Ambassador to Liberia for his pivotal role played in cementing the cordial ties between Liberia and the Arab Republic of Egypt. Minister Ngafuan stated that Ambassador Sameh Lotfi has distinguished himself as a dynamic diplomat, who never ceases to identify new opportunities for strengthening the bilateral relations between Liberia and Egypt.A Foreign Ministry release quoted Minister Ngafuan as saying that the Egyptian envoy executed his duties with commitment, excellence and diligence, adding, “We are grateful for the true spirit of representation, which he has demonstrated on behalf of his great nation and people.”Minister Ngafuan spoke at the occasion marking the official celebration of the 63rd Anniversary of the July 23rd Revolution of the Arab Republic of Egypt and at a farewell dinner in honor of Ambassador Lofti, whose tour of duty has ended. He said Ambassador Lotfi’s tenure ends at a time when Liberia is just beginning to recover from the impact of the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD), which claimed the lives of many Liberians and caused social and economic disruption.“We would have loved him to stay a little longer to help us with this recovery from a virus, which he and his country helped us defeat. But the reality of his profession as I have seen is that diplomats are always on the move at the call of duty.” He further said that at the height of the onslaught of the Ebola virus disease in Liberia, the outgoing Ambassador worked tooth and nail to mobilize assistance from the Egyptian Government, in solidarity with the people of Liberia to fight the disease. “Mr. Ambassador, during your tenure, Egypt provided assistance in the form of medical supplies and equipment and doctors at the John F. Kennedy (JFK) referral hospital to assist the Government of Liberia in its combat against Ebola and other challenges of the health sector,” the Minister indicated with deep appreciation. Minister Ngafuan further observed that the relations between Egypt and Liberia have been cordial and mutually respectful and beneficial with Egypt providing technical assistance to Liberia including short-term training program and long-term bilateral scholarship based on Technical Cooperation Agreement between the Egypt Fund for Technical Cooperation with Africa and the Government of Liberia which continues to greatly impact the human resource development of the country. “We are happy that you turned a milestone in the history of your great country and your place in history is well deserved. I want to take this time to congratulate you on this joyous and auspicious occasion. I am particularly impressed by the remarkable progress that your country has made since the transition from the events at the Tahrir Square to democratic elections, which finally saw the ascendancy of President Al-Sisi to power.”Minister Ngafuan stated that the July 23rd Revolution played a significant role in the political and economic development of Egypt. He also noted that the decision to institute a republican government launched Egypt into a new era of Nationalism, industrialization, unprecedented infrastructure development and Agrarian reform at which time Egypt has begun to show early signs of the pivotal role it would play in the non-aligned movement of which Liberia is also a founding member. For his part, Ambassador Lotfi paid a special tribute to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and officials of her government for the cooperation and support accorded him during his three years of diplomatic assignment in Liberia. He stated that those three years have produced a stable development and cordial bilateral relations between Liberia and Egypt. While acknowledging the solidity of the relations and the existing cooperation between Liberia and Egypt, the Egyptian envoy stated that during his tenure, Liberia- Egypt relations was marked by mutual bilateral cooperation with rewarding benefits. He said his tour of duty in Liberia witnessed the visit of high level Egyptian officials including the General Director of the Egyptian Social Fund for Development and the Special Envoy of President, Al Sisi, to Liberia and reciprocal visits of Liberian official to Egypt for training and working of joint committee to be discussed in the near future. While reflecting on the deadly EVD outbreak, which ravaged Liberia, the Egyptian diplomat stated that his country’s refusal to shut its doors was a stance of solidarity with their African counterparts so as to share the country’s struggle to defeat the Ebola epidemic. Ambassador Lotfi also said the celebration of the 63rd Anniversary of the July 1952 Revolution marked a significant milestone in his country’s history, as the occasion corresponds with the inauguration of new projects such as the Suez Canal, which is now ready for navigation and will formally be opened on August 6. He further asserted that the newly constructed two way route promises to nearly triple revenue from the Suez Canal to over US$3 billion per year by 2023. The Egyptian envoy said the new canal will minimize the waiting time for vessels to three hours at most, instead of 8-11 hours and will support the Suez Canal Area Development Project that will turn Egypt into an international logistics center. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

First of Municipal All Candidates Forums Monday

first_imgWith the 2008 Municipal Election in less than 2 weeks, the first local All Candidates Forum will be Monday afternoon in Fort St. John.The Fort St. John Candidates will face off in a forum at the Senior Citizens Hall Monday at 1pm. The forum will focus on Senior’s issues in the community.With Fred Jarvis voted in by aclamation, the forum will feature all the candidates running for city council. The forum will take place at the Taylor School from 7pm to 9pm. Energeticcity.ca will have a complete recording of the forum posted to the site Monday. All the other forums will be streamed on Energeticcity.ca following the events. The Fort St. John Forum on Tuesday will be broadcast live on 100.1 Moose FM and Energeticcity.ca- Advertisement -Tuesday night, Fort St. John’s candidates will debate the issues at the Quality Inn at 6:30pm. Wednesday night, candidates in Hudson’s Hope will meet at Hudson’s Hope School at 7pm, and Thursday night, Peace River Regional District candidates will hold their forum at the Quality Inn in Fort St. John at 7pm. All forums are open to the public.Your first chance to vote in Fort St. John will be Tuesday November 5th from 8am to 8pm at the North Peace Arena.last_img read more

Wawrinka stuns Nishikori to reach second Rotterdam final

first_img0Shares0000Stan and deliver: Wawrinka celebrates winning his semi-final against Kei Nishikori © ANP/AFP / Koen van WeelROTTERDAM, Netherlands, Feb 17 – Three-time Grand Slam title winner Stan Wawrinka reached his second Rotterdam Open final on Saturday by knocking out top seed Kei Nishikori 6-2, 4-6, 6-4.Switzerland’s 2015 champion needed almost two and a quarter hours to defeat the Japanese star who was playing at the Dutch event for the first time. Wawrinka will face off for his first title since Geneva in May 2017 when he plays against good friend Gael Monfils in Sunday’s final.The French showman returned to the final as he overhauled Daniil Medvedev 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.Nishikori suffered only his second loss of the season against 11 victories, which included the Brisbane title and a quarter-final run at the Australian Open.Wawrinka, 33, won the first set from a 4-0 lead, trailed 0-4 as Nishikori levelled in the second before he broke in the final game of the third.The Swiss world number 68 sent a stinging service return winner down the line to clinch victory, which comes almost a year and a half after he underwent two knee surgeries in the summer of 2017.“It’s a big relief to reach my first final since my surgery,” Wawrinka said.“It’s really important to see that I can play a full week of matches. I’m feeling good physically, I’m glad to be in a final again and glad to do it here.”He added: “When you come back from surgery, you need to be patient with yourself. The toughest thing is to come back at the right level, where you want to be.”The Swiss won his last meeting with Monfils at Roland Garros two years ago.Wawrinka ended with eight aces and 35 winners while breaking Nishikori five times.“Stan was playing well in the first set, but not like amazing,” said Nishikori.“I made too many mistakes, too many unforced errors, I could have played better. I was missing too much.”Monfils said he will be heading into Sunday’s final needing painkillers to ease a left wrist injury.The 32-year-old had also reached the title match in his last Rotterdam appearance in 2016, when he lost to Martin Klizan.Monfils revealed that he has been suffering all week with a left wrist injury.“I fell heavily on day one and I’ve felt it every day. I’ve been on painkillers. It’s not so good but I’m working with my physio,” said the world number 33.“I try not to think of it. I hope the momentum will get me through.”Victory on Saturday was quick revenge for Monfils, who lost to Medvedev a week ago in the Sofia semi-finals, an event which the Russian won.Medvedev’s defeat was only his third loss of the season, leaving his record at 14-3.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Former Liverpool target reveals he turned down a host of top clubs to make Man United switch

first_img1 Memphis Depay in action for Holland New Manchester United signing Memphis Depay admits he turned down a number of offers to join the Red Devils.The PSV starlet has agreed a deal, believed to be around £25million, to join Louis van Gaal’s side at the end of the season.Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain were also interested in the 21-year-old, and the World Cup flyer admits he had a host of different offers.When asked whether a lot of clubs were interested in him, Depay said: “Yes, but you shouldn’t believe all the rumours in the media.“In the end it was just a matter of feeling, not a matter of money.“It was an exciting and pretty hectic period, and to have a choice between so many top clubs doesn’t make it any easier.“For me, Manchester United is an absolute dream club, so I didn’t need any convincing of the guys who already play at Manchester United.“They told me only positive things though, and I’m looking forward to playing with my Dutch teammates next to all the other great players of Manchester United. And working with manager Louis van Gaal again is also a big bonus.”last_img read more

Donegal businesses asked to help ‘alpaca’ punch to cancer

first_imgFormer RTE newsreader Aengus MacGrianna is urging businesses in Donegal to support cancer patients and their families by getting behind the Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day on Friday, March 22nd.Aengus, who lives on an alpaca farm run by his husband Terry, is calling on businesses in Donegal to help the Irish Cancer Society meet ever increasing demands for services such as counselling.Aengus was just 11 when he lost his mother to cancer, and her death was devastating for his whole family. He said: “Losing mum to cancer was heart-breaking, especially as she was so young and we were still growing up. It was an extremely tough time.“The Irish Cancer Society’s free counselling sessions for families affected by cancer didn’t exist when I was younger.“This support, which is only available because of Daffodil Day donations, could be a lifeline for someone struggling with the impact of a diagnosis. Get your workplace involved on March 22 to ensure families like ours can receive free services and get the help they need to cope with a cancer diagnosis. ”Last year, with the help of Daffodil Day donations, 318 counselling sessions were provided to people from Donegal to help them deal with a cancer diagnosis. This represents an 18% increase in the number of sessions provided in 2016. With cancer incidence on the rise, the Society expects even more people to seek counselling in 2019, a demand that can only be met if enough funds are raised on Daffodil Day.Companies can help rally around their customers and staff affected by cancer by hosting a fundraising coffee morning in work or by volunteering to sell daffodils on the day. Boots Ireland is the sponsor of Daffodil Day this year and all 87 stores are backing the campaign by selling daffodils and hosting instore fundraisers.Chief Executive of the Irish Cancer Society Averil Power said, “Because more people are getting cancer each year, not everyone is getting the care and support they need. We must do more to ensure we can support every cancer patient. With the help of local companies and supporters on Daffodil Day, cancer patients and their families can receive free counselling sessions across the country through our affiliated cancer support centres. To help deliver more care and support locally, and meet increasing demands, we are asking more companies to get involved in Daffodil Day this year.”Bernadette Lavery, MD, Boots Ireland said: “Boots staff come face to face with people facing cancer every day. We do our best to offer support through local services such as the Boot Irish Cancer Society Information Pharmacists, who are trained specifically to provide information and advice on cancer, and our Beauty Cancer Advisors, who help women manage the visible side effects of cancer. Staff in our 87 stores are looking forward to showing further support for people affected by cancer on March 22, with cyclathons, bake sales and other fundraising activities taking place in our stores around the country.”To get involved register at www.cancer.ie/daffodildayatwork Donegal businesses asked to help ‘alpaca’ punch to cancer was last modified: March 8th, 2019 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:daffodil dayIrish Cancer Societylast_img read more

Little Blue Hero Ray Campbell (6) joins the Garda force!

first_imgA ‘wee hero’ from Co. Donegal has been drafted into An Garda Síochana for showing outstanding bravery in his battle with illness.Ray Campbell (6) has joined the Donegal garda division through Little Blue Heroes – a charity foundation for children undergoing long-term medical treatment.Ray was the star of his school assembly at St Aengus National School Bridgend on Tuesday as three gardaí turned up to present him with his official Garda uniform. Photo Northwest NewspixThe senior infants pupil smiled from ear to ear when he was dressed up and he couldn’t wait to turn the sirens on in the garda car outside his school.Ray’s mum Patricia said: “The day was so special. Ray loved every part of it. It put everything into context because Ray is already a wee hero considering what he’s going through.”Ray has neurofibromatosis (NF1), which has the potential to cause tumours to grow on his nervous system. The brave boy has finished two years of chemotherapy which has successfully stablised a tumour behind his left eye. He is blind in his left eye as a result of the optic glioma.Patricia added: “This day was so special for Ray because he missed a lot of school last year. To be part of an assembly is amazing. And his eyes lit up when he was told he’d be visiting a local garda station soon.” Little Blue Hero Garda Ray Campbell arrests his own mammy Patricia! Pictured with Garda Laura Martin. Photo Northwest NewspixRay, who loves to laugh and sing along to his favourite country music artists, will soon be keeping his new colleagues on their toes when he inspects the Buncrana station in the months to come.Ray was nominated as a Little Blue Hero by Garda Laura Martin, who is a family friend of the Campbells and has fundraised for the charity initiative. Garda Martin recently completed her training in Templemore and works down the country. She was joined by Inishowen-based gardaí Declan Lambe (Muff Garda Station) and Gary Helferty (Burnfoot Garda Station) for the official presentation to Ray in Bridgend.Garda Martin said: “It was a very proud day for me to be able to do this. Ray is so lovable and so full of craic. We were delighted to see how excited he was on the day.”Ray was overwhelmed with excitement and loved showing his friends his shiny new uniform.He is now part of an elite unit of bright young gardaí in Donegal. He joins the force alongside Raphoe schoolboy Garda Jack Beattie (aged 7) who was drafted into the Letterkenny station earlier this year. A surprise cheque of €1,000 from Little Blue Heroes was presented to the Campbell family yesterday, which mum Patricia said was completely unexpected and much appreciated.“The money is a big help because we are still travelling up and down to Dublin. It will go a long way and we are so grateful,” Patricia said.Ray’s parents Patricia and Ronan Campbell added: “We’d like to say a huge thanks to Garda Laura Martin, who organised everything from start to finish. We can’t thank her enough. Thank you to Garda Halferty and Garda Lambe, thanks to the school and Principal McGowan for letting us disrupt their day with all the excitement at the assembly. “Thank you to the special medical teams who cared for Ray when he was going through his treatment in Crumlin and Letterkenny. Their kindness makes life better for us. “And thank you to everyone in our local community who have given us amazing support, who have fundraised for us and have always been there when we need them.”Garda Declan Lambe, Garda Gary Helferty and Garda Laura Martin present a cheque to Little Blue Hero Ray Campbell and his mother Patricia Campbell. Photo Northwest NewspixLittle Blue Heroes is a charity established by Garda staff which aims to support local Gardaí in providing financial assistance to families in need in their local communities who have children undergoing long-term medical treatment for critical illness.The foundation also aims to provide Garda themed distraction toys, activity books, and children’s events (e.g. Garda for a Day or Special Garda Open Days) for the children they support. To find out more or to donate, visit www.littleblueheroes.orgLittle Blue Hero Ray Campbell (6) joins the Garda force! was last modified: October 11th, 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:garda ray campbelllittle blue heroesSt Aengus National School Bridgendlast_img read more


first_imgDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionMilford United 1 Kilmacrennan Celtic 2 Kilmacrennan won this local derby thanks to two late goals from Eddie Doherty in a game switched to Rathmullan. Milford took the lead after 5 minutes when Paul Shields headed home from a Cathal Mc Gettigan corner. Milford playing with the wind had several chances to extend their lead but failed to find the net. Kilmacrennan pushed forward in the second half and their best chance fell to Eddie Doherty only for Caolan Mc Gettigan to save well. Milford broke with great chances falling to Brendan Murray, Cathal Mc Gettigan and TJ Evesson who failed to convert. Referee Joe McHughLifford Celtic 3 Lagan Harps 0Lifford Celtic maintained their title push with victory over Lagan Harps at Greenbrae on Sunday afternoon. Despite winning well in the end up it took the Lifford lads until after the break before they settled into their familiar style of play. Lagan Harps came to Greenbrae bearing little in the line of gifts for the title chasers. In the first half especially they battled for every ball and had they reached the interval level it would have being no injustice. Damien Patton spoiled those thoughts however for the Lagan men. After thirty minutes he stormed in undetected at the back post to connect with a Lifford free kick that had been floated from the left wing. Needing to find a second goal Celtic were having to be cautious in their approach. Fifteen minutes into the second half JP Malley found the net to settle the nerves. Eight minutes later he did it again, this time after Colin Carlin had made a right wing run to the byline before cutting the ball back across the Lagan box where Malley was lurking. The striker made no mistake from close range. Lagan competed till the final whistle but Lee White wasn’t troubled in the Lifford net. Kilmacrennan Celtic will be the visitors to Greenbrae next Sunday as Lifford play their game in hand before the league reaches it’s climax the following week. Referee: Patrick Martin.Glenea United 4 Castlefin Celtic 0 Glenea completed their home league programme with this hard earned victory over a youthful Castlefin side. The border side played with the aid of the strong wind in the 1st half and started well but were unable to create any clear cut chances. As the half progressed the home side came more into the game and started to look dangerous but could just not find the correct final ball. With Glenea looking for the points to continue their league challenge they started the 2nd half well. Michael Barry opened the scoring on 46 minutes when he was on hand to knock the ball home from close range after good work by Sean McBride down the right. Glenea extended their lead on 48 minutes when Ciaran Gallagher’s long clearance was controlled by Michael Barry who saw his shot well saved but Lee O’Brien was on hand to slot home the rebound. Glenea got the 3rd goal on 56 minutes when Michael Barry reacted quickest to a poor clearance and he fired home. Glenea completed the scoring on 75 minutes when Sean Coll’s header from a corner was forced home by Paul Sweeney. Best for Glenea were Padraig McGee and Ryan McFadden, while it was a good effort from a young Castlefin team. Referee: Mick Lagan.Glencar Inn Division TwoDeele Harps 3 Tullyvinney Rovers 1It was a case of going through the motions for Deele Harps when Tullyvinney Rovers were the visitors to the Athletic Grounds on Saturday. With the League title already secured they were playing to remain the only unbeaten side in the Donegal League. A victory by three goals to nil retained this statistic and Tullyvinney Rovers must be commended on putting on a competitive display.League table for Brian McCormick Sports Premier LeagueTeamPlayedWonLostDrawnGoals ForGoals AgainstGoal DiffPointsGlenea United17123241202138Lifford Celtic FC16114132171534Rathmullan Celtic1795342202230Milford United FC169613125628Kilmacrennan Celtic FC168623023726St Catherines FC176833030021Gweedore Celtic176921730-1320Dunkineely Celtic FC165743536-119Lagan Harps FC1761011941-2219Castlefin Celtic1701431449-353League table for Watson Hire Division OneTeamPlayedWonLostDrawnGoals ForGoals AgainstGoal DiffPointsDonegal Town FC18133240192141Curragh Athletic FC18111650123839Cranford FC18106243251832Cappry Rovers1896339251430Eany Celtic FC189633426830Drumoghill FC188823233-126Keadue Rovers FC186663332124Ballybofey United FC183872136-1516Arranmore United1831411749-3210Raphoe Town1811521567-525League table for CT Ball Division TwoTeamPlayedWonLostDrawnGoals ForGoals AgainstGoal DiffPointsGweedore United FC18143161194243Kerrykeel 71 FC18134153223140Bonagee United FC18124244321238Whitestrand United FC18117044261833Dunlewey Celtic1895441311031Glenree United FC188643531428Letterbarrow Celtic FC1861112351-2819Convoy Arsenal FC1831322950-2111Drumbar FC1811252253-318Copany Rovers FC1811342562-377League table for Old Orchard Inn Division OneTeamPlayedWonLostDrawnGoals ForGoals AgainstGoal DiffPointsErne Wanderers FC15102344222233Ramelton Mariners FC158343527828Fintown Harps AFC1574435231225Glenea United157442718925Glencar Celtic156453734323Castlefin Celtic155822733-617Mulroy Celtic155912829-116Kilmacrennan Celtic FC152942050-3010Gweedore Celtic8071825-171League table for Glencar Inn Division TwoTeamPlayedWonLostDrawnGoals ForGoals AgainstGoal DiffPointsDeele Harps FC15140152114143Donegal Town FC Reserves1585237241326Downtown United FC157352520526Keadue Rovers FC167633333024Milford United FC157712741-1422Glenree United FC155642321219Gweedore United FC154922635-914Cranford FC Reserves153751627-1114Tullyvinney Rovers1511311845-274DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE FIXTURESSATURDAY 27-4-2013                    K.O. 2p.m. (Unless Stated)Glencar Inn Division TwoCranford United Reserves                  v                      Gweedore United Reserves Glenree United Reserves                    v                      Deele HarpsTullyvinney Rovers                            v                      Donegal Town ReservesMilford United Reserves                    v                      Downtown UnitedSUNDAY  28-4-2013                         K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionMilford United                                   v                      Dunkineely CelticLifford Celtic                                      v                      Kilmacrennan CelticDivision One / Division Two – Play-OffBallybofey United                              v                      Bonagee United @ Diamond Park, BallyareDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE REPORTS: LIFFORD HOOPS CONTINUE TITLE PUSH was last modified: April 21st, 2013 by BrendaShare 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 JUNIOR LEAGUE REPORTS: LIFFORD HOOPS CONTINUE TITLE PUSHlast_img read more


first_imgIn windy and at times wet conditions, Tir Chonail’ls Mark McGuinness was an impressive winner of the Point 10k earlier today.Mark, who recently received excellent Laving Cert results, pulled away from M40 athlete Paul Ward as he passed his own door in the figure eight course outside DunkineelyThe Point 10k – 15th August 2104 Position Race Number Time Name Category Club1 33 36.42 Mark Mc Guinness JM Tir Chonaill A/C2 50 37.21 Paul Ward M40+ Tir Chonaill A/C3 8 39.48 Rob O’Brien SM St. Coca’s A/C 4 95 41.09 Brendan Boyle M50+ Killybegs5 42 41.57 kieran Reynolds SM N.C6 39 43.06 Damien O’Donnell SM N.C7 132 43.17 Patrick Trimble M40+ N.C8 104 43.32 Donal Haughey M50+ Tir Chonaill A/C 9 69 44.02 Joe Boyle M40+ N.C10 146 44.55 Nic North M50+ N.C11 101 45.06 Michael Carr Jm Killybegs12 94 45.12 Tony Hegarty M40+ Killybegs 13 73 45.20 Drew Doherty M50+ Finn Valley14 74 45.31 L O’Rourke SM N.C15 92 45.54 Gerard Mc Cafferty M40+ Tir Chonaill A/C16 36 46.07 Philomena Gallagher W40+ Tir Chonaill A/C17 88 46.15 Paul Kinsella M40+ Killybegs18 60 46.24 Edward Broekaark M40+ N.C19 10 46.50 Conor Mc Laughlin SM St. Naul’s Runners20 13 47.01 Robert Gunning SM N.C21 49 47.09 Chris Callaghan M50+ Carrick on Shannon A/C22 40 48.19 Caroline Kennedy W40+ Bruckless RR23 14 48.32 John O’Donoghue M60+ N.C24 87 48.39 Dermot Boyle sm Killybegs25 80 48.50 John Byrne sm N.C26 11 48.55 Liz Deane SW N.C27 81 49.16 Deirdre Ward SW N.C28 93 49.17 Pat Byrne M50+ Killybegs29 53 49.48 Vera Haughey W50+ Tir Chonaill A/C30 105 49.56 Jessica Cooke jw n.c31 54 50.05 Jackie Harvery W50+ Tir Chonaill A/C32 67 50.23 Rory Murray SM N.C33 28 50.24 Emma Raughter W40+ Kilcoole A/C34 124 50.55 Joe Shovlin sm n.c35 106 51.28 Claire Quinn W40+ N.C36 16 51.33 Frank Rogers M40+ Belle View Racers37 108 51.44 Martin Shovlin M50+ Naomh Ultan38 129 51.57 Dylan Henry jm Bruckless RR39 2 51.57 Barry Murray JM Bruckless RR40 26 52.01 Peter Duddy SM Bruckless RR41 61 52.18 Hugh Mc Nulty M40+ Tir Chonaill A/C42 58 52.29 Sean Kennedy SM N.C43 59 52.34 Jason Mc Garrigle SM Tir Chonaill A/C44 1 52.39 Alison Murray SW Bruckless RR45 97 52.50 Sharon Cunningham sw Bruckless RR46 149 53.21 Angela Trimble W40+ N.C47 22 53.27 Donal Mc Guinness SM Bruckless RR48 84 53.38 Seamus Harvery M60+ N.C49 35 53.40 Eamonn Bonner M40+ N.C50 46 53.42 Mary Boyle W40+ St. Naul’s Runners51 89 53.57 Sarah Mc Groary W40+ Tir Chonaill A/C52 68 53.58 Lisa Mc Crudden SW N.C53 24 53.02 Brian Sammon M40+ N.C54 139 54.08 Jimmy White M50+ Killybegs55 70 54.32 Ian Melly M40+ N.C56 109 54.40 Rory Lynch M40+ N.C57 62 55.20 Mags Mc Nulty SW Tir Chonaill A/C58 52 55.20 Carmel Monaghan jw Bruckless RR59 86 55.30 Billy Broderick M50+ Killybegs60 63 55.39 liz O’Sullivan SW Kerry Crusaders61 145 56.40 Pauline Mc Farlane SW N.C62 102 57.30 Conor Quinn SM N.C63 48 57.52 Tony Byrne M40+ N.C64 51 57.54 Dermot Mc Glynn JM N.C65 137 57.55 Sean Lorinyenko M40+ Tir Chonaill A/C66 47 58.07 AnneMarie Trait SW St. Naul’s Runners67 159 58.24 Christoper Boyle JM Bruckless RR68 85 58.40 Jackie Harvery W40+ Naomh Ultan69 56 58.45 Sarah Mc Gonigle sw N.C70 44 58.51 Marie Duffy W40+ Fit 4 Life FV71 43 58.55 Noel Duffy M40+ N.C72 72 59.15 Majella Cunningham SW Bruckless RR73 64 59.22 Ruairi O’Sullivan SM Kerry Crusaders74 12 60.02 Ian Behan M40+ N.C75 158 61.30 Phil Byrne W40+ Bruckless RR76 83 61.48 Jared Harvey jm Naomh Ultan77 128 61.55 Shaun White JM N.C78 147 61.09 Davy Byrne JM N.C79 55 62.11 Christina Wilkinson SW N.C80 77 62.12 Catherine Coughlan W40+ St. Naul’s Runners81 121 62.13 Alisha Mc Brearty sw St. Naul’s Runners82 65 62.14 Mary Mc Guckin W40+ St. Naul’s Runners83 79 62.58 Marina Mc Gunniness sw N.C84 140 64.27 Trevor V M40+ N.C85 78 65.08 Patrick Mc Gunniness sm N.C86 122 65.31 Anaoise Alvey jw Naomh Ultan87 76 65.42 Anne Gillespie W N.C88 144 65.56 Peter Mc Farlane SM N.C89 103 66.20 Mark Quinn M40+ N.C90 98 66.47 Jamie Cunningham jm n.c91 25 67.03 Kathleen Burke W40+ St. Naul’s Runners92 138 67.27 Declan Cunningham W n.c93 34 68.03 Sylvia Slater W40+ N.C94 125 68.44 Hannah Orpen sw N.C95 45 68.44 Francis Spencer SW Tir Chonaill A/C96 75 69.08 Naomi Long SW N.C97 107 69.27 Kathleen Meehan W40+ St. Naul’s Runners98 66 69.29 Finola Kennedy W40+ St. Naul’s Runners99 30 69.31 Noreen Hoad W50+ Tir Chonaill A/C100 110 70.08 Jacqueline Doherty W40+ St. Naul’s Runners101 82 71.14 Erin Harvery jw Naomh Ultan102 27 71.30 Adam Duddy JM Bruckless RR103 143 71.48 Tony O’Hara SM N.C104 148 72.11 Jacinta Boyle W40+ Bruckless RR105 136 72.12 Chloe Cunningham W n.c106 198 72.34 Anne Murray W40+ N.C107 5 74.36 Sheila Mc Dermott W40+ N.C108 71 74.27 AnneMarie Cunningham SW N.C109 161 77.21 Mark Mc Dermott JM N.C110 160 77.22 Luke Moran JM N.C111 115 79.33 Gerry Doogan M50+ N.C112 114 81.31 Briget Mc Fadden W N.C113 112 81.32 Mary Rice W40+ N.C114 20 83.31 Lorraine Mc Nern W50+ N.C115 29 83.32 Kathrina Mc Ginley JW N.C116 31 83.50 Bridget Rose W50+ St. Naul’s Runners117 99 84.07 Owen Cunningham w N.C118 90 85.49 Emer Carbery jw Bruckless RR119 91 85.49 Aoife Carbery jw Bruckless RR120 141 86.40 Marie Taheney w N.C121 142 86.40 Veronica Gallagher w N.C122 133 87.02 Tara Cunningham w N.C123 134 87.02 Kelly Cunningham w N.C124 135 87.03 Jackie Boyd w N.C125 32 88.32 Chloe Rose JW St. Naul’s Runners126 111 88.39 Norita Mc Ginley SW N.C127 113 88.39 Teresa Leslie W N.C128 23 89.28 John Sammon JM N.C129 155 89.55 Jessica Quinn W N.C130 154 89.55 Aisling Meehan W N.C131 41 92.58 Rev Ruth West W N.C132 120 93.40 Kirsty Hutchinson w N.C133 117 93.40 Deborah Murray w n.c134 123 93.40 Carla Hutchinson jw n.c135 38 94.49 Laura Beirne Gormley W N.C136 37 94.49 Dionne Shovelin W N.C137 126 96.21 Johanne Kelly W N.C138 127 96.21 Jamie Kelly JM N.C139 96 97.16 Richie Cunningham w N.C140 100 97.16 Eimear Cunningham w n.c141 130 98.05 Sharon B Cunningham W N.C142 151 99.01 Maria Kelly W N.C143 150 99.01 Mieke Willeloudge W N.C144 131 99.03 Mary Beth Cunningham W N.C145 116 100.11 Ann Walker w n.c146 119 100.11 Caroline Hutchinson w N.C147 17 100.11 Vanessa Purdy W N.C148 118 101.17 Martina Harvey w N.C149 15 101.17 Brede O’Donoghue W N.C150 152 107.46 Miriam Curran W N.C151 153 107.46 Paddy Mc Grenaghan M50+ N.C152 57 111.20 Fr. James Sweeney W N.C153 156 114.16 Ann Garrate W N.C154 19 114.16 Marian Murrin W N.C155 18 114.16 Rev John Purdy W N.CLEAVING CERT STUDENT McGUINNESS GETS TOP MARKS IN THE POINT 10K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: August 16th, 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:DunkineelyMARK MCGUINNESSTHE POINT 10Klast_img read more