FRISCO, Texas – Stephen F. Austin guard/forward Kevon Harris is the Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced Monday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank. Harris’ efforts in Europe earned him a spot on the Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic Goliath Bracket All-Tournament Team. Men’s Basketball Player of the Week – Kevon Harris, Stephen F. Austin – Jr. – Guard/Forward – Ellenwood, Ga.The junior knocked down 7-of-13 shots from the floor, tallying 15 points while pulling down 10 rebounds to fuel SFA’s 66-51 over the Panthers Saturday in Belfast. The double-double was the Lumberjacks’ first of the season and Harris’ scoring and rebound totals were each game highs. Harris recorded a double-double to help the Lumberjacks to a 66-51 win over Milwaukee in their final game of the Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic in Northern Ireland. A day earlier in Belfast, the Georgia native poured in a team-high18 points in SFA’s 76-58 setback to then-undefeated San Francisco. Saturday’s win marked the 1,500th win in program history for the ‘Jacks and first victory on international soil. SFA, now 5-2 on the season, returns to game action Friday when they host Louisiana Tech. The game will be broadcast nationwide on ESPN+ and via the ESPN app. Honorable Mention: Cameron Delaney, Sam Houston State; Nick Garth, Lamar; DeAndre Jones, Central Arkansas Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Minnesota student athlete battling rare disease Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Zach Randolph led Marion High School to a state championship in 2000 before heading to Michigan State University and then the NBA. In addition to the Kings, he has played for the Portland Trail Blazers, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies. He is a two-time NBA All Star.In a statement, Kings General Manager Vlade Divac called Randolph’s death “tragic,” adding “our prayers, heartfelt condolences and thoughts are with Zach and his family during this painful and difficult time.”Roger Randolph was also a gifted basketball player growing up in Marion, but he got into trouble and was kicked off the high school team. His mother sent him to a boarding school in Pennsylvania, according to a 2004 story by The Oregonian.ADVERTISEMENT China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film OAKLAND, CA – MAY 03: Zach Randolph #50 of the Memphis Grizzlies sits on the bench during their loss to the Golden State Warriors during Game One of the Western Conference Semifinals during the NBA Playoffs on May 3, 2015 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images/AFPINDIANAPOLIS — Authorities say Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph’s brother was shot and killed early Saturday outside of a bar in the Indiana city where the two grew up.Police said that an officer heard gunfire at around 5 a.m. and found Roger Randolph bleeding between two cars outside of Hop’s Blues Room in Marion, which is about 60 miles (97 kilometers) northeast of Indianapolis. They said investigators don’t know the circumstances surrounding the shooting, but they don’t think it was a random attack.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Roger Randolph, who was 35 years old, had several brushes with the law, including for a 2004 shooting at a nightclub that wounded three people and landed him in prison.Roger Randolph was sentenced to three years in prison in 2005 for his role in the nightclub shooting in Anderson, which is about 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of Marion and is where court records say he had been living when he was killed. The shooting apparently stemmed from an argument on the dance floor.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 crownZach Randolph was at the club that night and was questioned, but he wasn’t charged.Roger Randolph was charged last year with OWI, the Indiana equivalent of driving under the influence. There was a hearing last week in that case, which was unresolved. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ 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 Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments
Dear Editor,From what I have seen in the media and during my visits, the people in the community of Wales and its environs are suffering untold hardships because of the shutdown of the Guyana Sugar Corporation’s (GuySuCo) operations there simply because it was done without proper structure.The suffering and hardships are mirrored in every facet of the sugar-producing district where GuySuCo has slammed the doors shut on sugar workers. This is precisely why I wrote, before and after the closure of our major sugar estates, that there will be serious repercussions for the entire country if sugar production is cut and the factories closed.Sugar workers are not the only ones suffering. What about the sudden decline of spin-off businesses? What about the drastic drop in spending power among jobless sugar workers? What about farmers and grocers whose income depended largely on sales to sugar workers and their families; the people who produce or who are vendors of milk, chicken, fish, vegetables etc?What if many of the unemployed former sugar workers turn to producing cash crops and cause a glut in the market? Prices will fall, sales will dry up and there will be more widespread hardships. This will affect other cash crop growers and, inevitably, lead to more theft and other crimes.I am very sad that Government apparently did not do due diligence studies before closing the sugar estates. This failure has unleashed a multitude of terrible penalties and crushed the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in Guyana.In my opinion, those who pushed hard for the closure of the estates might have had sinister motives. For instance, we saw the son-in law of a senior member of the Alliance For Change trying vigorously to sell off Skeldon and other sugar estates via business connections he made in the Caribbean and further afield.I believe Government made a tremendous mistake by closing the estates. Even Government officials and supporters are admitting that they cannot sell non-functioning estates at the sale prices they had expected, so the rewards or compensation will be too small. Why didn’t they think of this before?It is common knowledge that if one has to sell something like a car; it must be working properly before one can get the best price. Why didn’t the sellers of our sugar estates use the ordinary man’s marketing technique, called common sense, instead of just closing the estates and putting them up for sale?It seems that some of our politicians want to do the same thing that was done back in the post-colonial era when former (then) Prime Minister Forbes Burnham sold out our train system to a British company that later sold it to an African nation for many times what Guyana was paid for it.It is known that PM Burnham regretted that decision. Imagine the great benefits of a local train system today; think of the modernisation and expansion. Trains (street cars) would have been traversing the city streets, like they do in Amsterdam, San Francisco, Toronto, Germany and all across Guyana. Motor cars would not have been necessary within the city and the air pollution, the glut and the smog would not have been an issue. Our people would not have been so dependent on unreliable, unregulated minibuses.Now I am seeing the same dilemma with the closure of the GuySuCo estates. Reactivating the abundant lands to make them ready for sugar planting once more will call for a tremendous financial investment. That is why I was saying: If you wish to sell, keep the estates alive and churning while looking for a market.Otherwise, diversify using former sugar factories for milk production, milk processing, converting milk to powdered milk or evaporated or condensed milk. Let’s learn from countries with flat lands like our coastal plane, like the Dutch. Unlike the Dutch, we are lucky in that we do not have winter here.What will happen to the non-functioning estates? Are we going to leave the machinery and equipment to grind to a complete halt so that they rot and are torn apart by vagrants?Why not use the non-functioning estates to produce powdered and canned coconut milk or canned and bottled coconut jelly and water; canned fruits like jack fruit and cane pieces steeped in cane juice; soaps and detergents? We had a golden opportunity to partner with the same countries and people who were and are interested in buying us out for nothing. I know it’s hard because maybe the people in the Government are not business-oriented.Since, we were being hit by big losses in the sugar industry, it would have been far more worthwhile for us to invest in exploring different diversification options to keep our people employed, rather than close the estates and throwing workers to the wolves.Also, if you have to sell, wouldn’t it be easier to sell fully operational estates rather than defunct factories? Didn’t they learn from Burnham? He did not intend to do a bad thing when he closed the railway and nationalised industries. But look what happened?Burnham thought he was doing a good thing. But we were not mature; we were not ready for nationalisation. The Marxist-Leninist system had heavily influenced both he and the late President Cheddi Jagan and they thought we had the ability to manage our resources.We lacked and still lack proper managerial skills for such vast industries.They did not take into consideration that our people are not accustomed to that kind of administration, so the communities and the people of the nation suffered. The people will continue to suffer even more if we do not act wisely and reverse what is happening with the closed sugar estates.Sincerely,Roshan Khan Sr
0Shares0000Welshman Gareth Bale failed to stop Real Madrid being knocked out of the last 16 of the Champions League © AFP / JAVIER SORIANOMADRID, Spain, Mar 6 – Santiago Solari vowed to fight on but the reign of Real Madrid in Europe is over and their season effectively is too after they were stunned by a 4-1 defeat at home to Ajax on Tuesday.In seven days, Madrid have been knocked out of the Copa del Rey, La Liga’s title race and now the last 16 of the Champions League, the competition they had come to believe was their own. They had won it three times in a row, four times in the last five years, while the last time Madrid failed to reach the quarter-finals was 2010, in Cristiano Ronaldo’s first year at the club.Ronaldo rescued them last season in the quarter-finals and then Gareth Bale won them the trophy, but the former is gone and the latter started on the bench here, dropped again by Solari.Solari oversaw an improvement after Julen Lopetegui was sacked in November but his team, 12 points behind Barcelona in La Liga, have watched their season unravel in a week.Madrid president Florentino Perez is now faced with deciding whether it is worth keeping his coach until the end of the season, let alone beyond the summer.“I did not come to the club in such a difficult moment to give up,” Solari said afterwards.He could have few complaints. Ajax were hard-done-by in the 2-1 first-leg defeat and dominant at the Santiago Bernabeu, their scintillating victory confirming a 5-3 win on aggregate and a place in the quarter-finals. On this evidence, they can go further.Hakim Ziyech and David Neres put them two up at half-time and the excellent Dusan Tadic made it three before Marco Asensio gave Madrid hope. It lasted two minutes, as Lasse Schone sent a bending free-kick into the top corner before Nacho was sent off in injury-time.“The week has been hard for us,” said Nacho. “We have practically said goodbye to the league, the cup and today was like a final in the Champions League.”“I’ve never felt as sick as this, I don’t know how to explain it,” said Dani Carvajal.Bale was on after 29 minutes for the injured Lucas Vazquez but hit the post and then missed two good chances. Sergio Ramos was in the stands, having earned a deliberate booking to clear a ban, believing this tie was already won.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Dimitri Payet 1 West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has backed new recruit Dimitri Payet to make every player better at the club.Bilic hailed the £11m summer capture from Marseille but admitted he will chase two more Upton Park additions.France playmaker Payet is set for his full competitive debut as West Ham host Astra Giurgui in Thursday night’s Europa League third qualifying round.“It’s still early days but Dimitri it’s not only my opinion but I know so far he’s not only a great player, he’s a great professional, he’s a good lad,” said Bilic.“He has mixed already. He’s the kind of player I thought we really needed, that’s going to make every player better than they actually are.“He’s got everything. He likes to take responsibility.“He was my number one target and I am grateful to chairman that we got him. And it was done like that – not in four weeks.“He’s doing really well at the moment. Not only him but all the guys but you ask about him.“It may go a bit up and down. But we’re going to help him and he’s going to help us.”
1 Javier Pastore is set to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer AC Milan and Inter Milan are set for a San Siro battle to sign Chelsea and Liverpool target Javier Pastore.The Argentina ace could leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer after falling down the pecking order at the Parc des Princes.Pastore managed just nine starts in Ligue 1 during an injury-affected campaign in the French capital but remains on the radars of both Chelsea and Liverpool.However, according to L’Equipe, it is fierce same-city rivals AC and Inter who are currently making moves to sign Pastore.The 27-year-old made his name in Italy during two years at Palermo, who he joined from Huracan in his homeland during 2009.And it has been suggested that Pastore would be open to a return to Serie A after enjoying some of the best form of his career there before arriving at PSG.
BELOW are all the results from the 10km and 10mile walkers challenge in Bundoran today.All the runner’s results are also on the Donegal Daily front page10-mile walker results: 1» eddie mcgowan Male 668 (1:46:57) 1:46:572 » Garrett Fortune Male 717 (1:53:11) 1:53:113 » Jim Rushe Male 682 (1:56:11) 1:56:114 » Anne Fortune Female 718 (2:01:56) 2:01:56 4 » Tommy White Male 688 (2:01:56) 2:01:566 » Sheila Mc Dermott Female 661 (2:04:11) 2:04:117 » raymond dawson Male 639 (2:04:32) 2:04:328 » Eveleen Mcgurran Female 670 (2:08:51) 2:08:519 » Gerry Doogan Male 698 (2:11:10) 2:11:10 10 » Laura Mc Nulty Female 663 (2:12:13) 2:12:1311 » Donna O’Halloran Female 690 (2:12:14) 2:12:1412 » Emer McShea Female 673 (2:12:14) 2:12:1413 » Mary Mc Nulty Female 664 (2:12:15) 2:12:15 14 » Paul Doherty Male 1112 (2:12:35) 2:12:3515 » Anita Meehan Female 693 (2:12:36) 2:12:3616 » Amanda Morrow Female 692 (2:12:36) 2:12:3617 » Tom McNeely Male 691 (2:12:37) 2:12:3718 » Nuala Doherty Female 641 (2:13:55) 2:13:5519 » Marian Doherty Female 712 (2:13:57) 2:13:5720 » John Coleman Male 956 (2:14:26) 2:14:2621 » Siobhan McGuckan Female 669 (2:14:55) 2:14:5522 » Liam Travens Male 683 (2:15:09) 2:15:0923 » Marina Flood Female 649 (2:15:09) 2:15:0924 » Roisin Fallon Female 1151 (2:15:15) 2:15:1525 » nicola hourihane Female 655 (2:15:16) 2:15:1626 » Sinead Drummond Female 643 (2:15:22) 2:15:2227 » Geraldine Feehily Female 647 (2:15:51) 2:15:5128 » Mai Feehily Female 646 (2:15:51) 2:15:5129 » Jennifer Mc Clay Female 660 (2:18:31) 2:18:3130 » Rossa McKosker Male 696 (2:19:26) 2:19:2631 » James O’Doherty Male 677 (2:19:26) 2:19:2632 » Emmey Travers Male 695 (2:19:27) 2:19:2733 » Elaine Doran Female 1133 (2:20:36) 2:20:3634 » Orla Doran Female 1132 (2:20:36) 2:20:3635 » Angeline C. Driver Female 631 (2:21:04) 2:21:0436 » Gerry Driver Male 697 (2:21:04) 2:21:0437 » Sharon MCAleer Female 666 (2:21:59) 2:21:5938 » Shirley Roberts Female 681 (2:22:00) 2:22:0039 » Teresa Gilchriest Female 652 (2:23:38) 2:23:3840 » Betty Maguire Female 658 (2:25:10) 2:25:1041 » Patrick McCaffery Male 667 (2:25:44) 2:25:4442 » Kieran Kelly Male 657 (2:28:36) 2:28:3643 » Elaine Carty Female 633 (2:28:39) 2:28:3944 » deirdre ormston Female 679 (2:29:18) 2:29:1845 » lauren cleary Female 635 (2:29:18) 2:29:1846 » liz Carr Female 632 (2:33:23) 2:33:2347 » Agnes Hastings Female 654 (2:33:24) 2:33:2448 » Bernie Mc Nulty Female 665 (2:34:18) 2:34:1849 » Noelle Mc Nulty Female 662 (2:34:19) 2:34:1950 » Frank Ward Male 687 (2:34:39) 2:34:3951 » Emma Ward Female 694 (2:34:40) 2:34:4052 » Gillian Ward Female 686 (2:34:41) 2:34:4153 » Claire Donnelly Female 642 (2:37:33) 2:37:3353 » Audrey O’hagan Female 678 (2:37:33) 2:37:3355 » Geraldine Quinn 1558 (2:40:51) 2:40:5156 » Donna Quinn Female 680 (2:40:51) 2:40:5157 » Geraldine Fitzpatrick Female 648 (2:43:44) 2:43:4457 » Patrick McLoughlin Male 671 (2:43:44) 2:43:4459 » Brian Fitzpatrick Male 1162 (2:43:44) 2:43:4460 » Mary Cleary Female 634 (2:44:23) 2:44:2361 » JIM TURBETT Male 684 (2:51:05) 2:51:0562 » david turner Male 685 (2:51:12) 2:51:1263 » patricia meehan Female 674 (2:51:39) 2:51:3964 » james devlin Male 640 (2:51:39) 2:51:3910km walkers results1 » Karen McBrearty Female 771 (42:18) 42:182 » Tracy McGee Female 770 (42:18) 42:183 » Garrett Mc Govern Male 738 (1:04:08) 1:04:084 » Roisin LeeFox Female 733 (1:04:29) 1:04:295 » Lisa Gallagher Female 720 (1:08:12) 1:08:126 » stacey devers Female 711 (1:09:15) 1:09:157 » Mairead Hegarty Female 725 (1:12:08) 1:12:088 » Geraldine Thomsa Female 768 (1:12:09) 1:12:099 » Alicia Mulhein Female 761 (1:13:45) 1:13:4510 » Declan McCormack Male 762 (1:13:46) 1:13:4611 » Karen McGrath Female 742 (1:15:11) 1:15:1112 » Frances Mc Curtin Female 736 (1:15:11) 1:15:1113 » Jim McCaffery Male 689 (1:15:43) 1:15:4314 » marion kelly Female 729 (1:16:47) 1:16:4715 » glenda farnan Female 714 (1:16:48) 1:16:4816 » Maria Logue Female 735 (1:17:42) 1:17:4217 » RuthAnn Fenton Female 716 (1:19:03) 1:19:0318 » Barbara Langreck Female 732 (1:19:06) 1:19:0619 » Ciaran Dunne Male 645 (1:20:03) 1:20:0320 » Cathy Conneely Female 773 (1:21:02) 1:21:0221 » Sarah Gilligan Female 723 (1:22:34) 1:22:3422 » Antoinette Delanney Female 710 (1:23:24) 1:23:2423 » Hilary Sweeney Female 757 (1:23:24) 1:23:2424 » Regina Doherty Female 713 (1:23:29) 1:23:2925 » Susan McGowan Female 772 (1:23:54) 1:23:5426 » Andrea Toth Female 758 (1:23:55) 1:23:5527 » Loretta Feeney Female 763 (1:24:24) 1:24:2428 » Kathleen Boyle Female 701 (1:24:24) 1:24:2429 » jane stagg Female 753 (1:25:00) 1:25:0030 » Oonagh Heeney Female 724 (1:26:22) 1:26:2231 » Siobhan McSharry Female 745 (1:26:22) 1:26:2232 » John Kelly Male 728 (1:26:53) 1:26:5333 » Rosleen O Keefe Female 750 (1:26:55) 1:26:5534 » Veronica Campbell Female 705 (1:27:47) 1:27:4735 » Rachel Campbell Female 706 (1:27:47) 1:27:4736 » Bridie Corr Female 760 (1:28:04) 1:28:0437 » Julie Graham Female 769 (1:28:29) 1:28:2938 » George Craig Male 709 (1:28:58) 1:28:5839 » Siofra Stirrat Female 756 (1:29:26) 1:29:2640 » Andrea Boyle Female 702 (1:29:46) 1:29:4641 » Leola Mc Hugh Female 739 (1:29:46) 1:29:4642 » Madeline Thomas Female 765 (1:29:55) 1:29:5543 » Marie McLoone Female 957 (1:30:12) 1:30:1244 » Aishling McLoone Female 776 (1:30:24) 1:30:2445 » Aoife Rooney Female 777 (1:30:25) 1:30:2546 » Maureen McGroary-Meehan Female 744 (1:30:53) 1:30:5347 » Danielle Mc Nulty Female 740 (1:30:54) 1:30:5448 » Shane Heraghty Male 726 (1:30:54) 1:30:5449 » Cormac Meehan Female 746 (1:30:55) 1:30:5550 » Kate Hurst Female 766 (1:31:31) 1:31:3151 » Irene Meehan Female 747 (1:31:43) 1:31:4352 » Jayne Travers Female 759 (1:31:43) 1:31:4353 » Robert John Barnes Male 700 (1:32:31) 1:32:3154 » Marina Granaghan Female 767 (1:32:31) 1:32:3155 » Pauline Kelly Female 764 (1:32:36) 1:32:3656 » Ann McGrath Female 743 (1:32:46) 1:32:4657 » Tess McCaughey Female 741 (1:32:46) 1:32:4658 » Doris Cassidy Female 707 (1:32:47) 1:32:4759 » Grace McGuinness Female 775 (1:32:50) 1:32:5060 » Anthony McGuinness Male 774 (1:32:56) 1:32:5661 » Claire Burke Female 704 (1:32:59) 1:32:5962 » caroline stirrat Female 754 (1:35:32) 1:35:3263 » bernadette stirrat Female 755 (1:35:32) 1:35:3264 » Theresa Cummins Female 2025 (1:36:32) 1:36:3265 » Grainne Daly Female 2028 (1:36:33) 1:36:3366 » Jackie Spratt Female 752 (1:36:59) 1:36:5967 » Rachel Neill Female 748 (1:37:33) 1:37:3368 » Marie Neill Female 749 (1:37:33) 1:37:3369 » Anne Gilligan Female 722 (1:39:55) 1:39:5570 » Rachel Clarke Female 708 (1:43:03) 1:43:0371 » Eilish conway Female 638 (1:44:19) 1:44:1972 » Tony Liston Male 734 (1:44:20) 1:44:20RESULTS: 10M AND 10KM WALKERS’ RESULTS FROM BUNDORAN 10 CHALLENGE was last modified: March 9th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new 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NEWS from the Donegal Ladies Gaelic Football Association:U12 Development BlitzThe original date for this blitz was the 9th August. As the county men’s team are playing in the quarter finals in Croke Park on this day we are proposing to change this blitz to the 16th August. The LGFA want clubs to send their best 11 players for what is a 9-a-side tournament, in essence most girls should have been born in 2002. No club will be allowed to bring more than 11 players. Venue to be confirmed. U13 competition.Entries for this competition should be in at this stage. If any other clubs would like to enter could they let county secretary Siobhan Coyle know asap.(The following clubs have entered: Glenfin, Downings, Moville, Dungloe, Cloughaneely, N.Muire, Buncrana, Termon, Fanad Gaels, St Eunan’s, Convoy, St Naul’s, Red Hughs, N. Columba, N.Conaill)U16 Competition Round 1 games in this competition must all be completed by the 5th August.ChampionshipNext round of Championship will take place on Sunday 10th August with the following fixtures:Senior Semi Finals (1st Leg)Moville v Termon Glenfin v MilfordIntermediate Semi Finals (1st Leg)Four Masters v ConvoyGaoth Dobhair v Aodh Ruadh/Ardara …Junior Semi Finals (1st Leg)Buncrana v N. ConaillCarndonagh v DungloeJunior B Quarter Finals (1st Leg)Glenswilly/N.Muire v Termon BKillybegs v Lifford(Referees for championship are appointed by county board. Home club pays the referee)Donegal v KerryGame is in Birr, Co Offaly (4pm) next Monday August 4.DONEGAL LGFA NEWS: NEW DATE FOR U12 ELITE BLITZ was last modified: July 28th, 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:donegalLGFAnewsU12 blitz
Otway Golf NewsAfter a busy winter so far at Otway, a big percentage of members have either bagged a bird or snared a hamper, with only the chance of a bottle to wash it all down with left to play for this Sunday 21st.Last Saturday members battled it out for the festive hampers, and after the usual stories of lucky chip-ins, a ball stuck in a tree (in Otway ???) and extended placing, a winner was declared in Brendan Gallagher on BoT from Noel Fisher who took second spot. Philip Friel claimed the gross prize, and Noel Kiernan took third, with the nines going to Dave Hughes and Peter Friel. The absence of ‘Rathmullan’ winners was balanced up somewhat in the Sunday scramble when Pat McNulty and Damian Gallagher bagged a bird, joined by Ballyare’s Patsy Gallagher. Congratulations to all the winners and participants who just keep trying, and the committee wish all it’s members and guests a very happy and healthy Christmas and a peaceful new year! GOLF NEWS: BRENDAN GALLAGHER COMES OUT ON TOP AT OTWAY was last modified: December 17th, 2014 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:golfNoticesOtwaySport
St. Michael’s NotesAll County LeagueThe Reserves recorded a good victory over Termon at the Burn Road on Saturday evening last in very wet conditions. The final score was St. Michael’s 2-17 Termon 2-7. The St. Michael’s team and scorers were: Dean Fleming, Denis Trearty, Patrick McFadden, Chris Carr, Brendan Devine, Ruairi Friel 0-3, Dara McCarry, C. Kelly 0-1, Paul Baird, Daniel Doak, Odhrán McFadden 2-3, Stephen Coyle 0-7, Shane Langan 0-3. Subs: Thomas O’Donnell for Brendan Devine, Hugh O’Donnell for Chris Carr and Jamie Hunter for Paul Baird.National Club DrawSt. Michael’s Club officials will be selling the annual National Draw tickets door to door in the Dunfanaghy and Creeslough areas over the next few weeks. All support would be greatly appreciated for this important fundraising event for the club. Tickets are priced at €10 and included in this is a local, County and National Draw.St. Michael’s Mini Lotto There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 5,12,13,14,18,20. The Match 5 winner was Edward Brennan C/o Francis Brennan Creeslough. This weeks Jackpot be €2100.The Club would like to thank Brian and Margaret Anne Dolan, Molly’s Bar Dunfanaghy, Seamus Sweeney Kildarragh Construction Philadelphia, Shaun Langan Creeslough Pallets and Michael McColgan Dunfanaghy for their continuing sponsorship of the lotto jackpot, it is very much appreciated.Tickets are on sale in local businesses in Dunfanaghy and Creeslough and at the Bingo Session in Massinass Community Centre Creeslough on Sunday evenings, tickets for the St. Michaels Mini Lotto can now also be purchased on line anywhere at at onlinelotto on facebook .St. Michael’s Bingo Session The €100 on the 5th Game at the Bingo Session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was won by Sarah Ann Ferry Murroe Dunfanaghy the €100 on the 10th Game was won by Bridget Sweeney Magheramena. Every house New Car if you check on 45 Numbers or less with the Lucky number in the Panel and also called in the first five numbers of that game.The Magic Number from 1 to 90 is drawn out every Sunday night before the bingo begins. In addition every House winner will receive a free entry to the weekly lotto, this weeks Jackpot is €2100. The single book is €8, Double, Double Book €12, Sheet €2. Bingo continues every Sunday evening at 8pm in the Massinass Community Centre.2017 Season Tickets& Club + CardsSales & Renewals will commence on Monday 10th October. Adult Season Ticket Benefits Costs only €99 All National League Games for your County. 1st Round of the Ulster Championship Option to purchase tickets for the Championship as your county progresses. Option to purchase All Ireland Final Ticket should your county have qualified& you have at least 60% attendance at games. U16 Season Ticket Benefits Costs only €20 All National League Games for your County. 1st Round of the Ulster Championship Option to purchase tickets for the Championship as your county progresses. Option to purchase All Ireland Final Ticket should your county have qualified& you have at least 60% attendance at games.Adult Club + Card Benefits for Members Costs only €200 All Adult Club Games within the control of Donegal GAA (Not eligible for games at U18 Grade & Lower) All National League Games for your County. 1st Round of the Ulster Championship Option to purchase tickets for the Championship as your county progresses. Option to purchase All Ireland Final Ticket should your county have qualified No Attendance Record Required.Pitch GatesAll Managers and everyone else who uses the Club Naomh Micheál Pitch at The Bridge in are asked to please close the Gate as they leave.SOS for Photographs! Nicola is currently gathering photographs for the clubhouse. If anyone has ANY team photographs from winning senior, reserve, u21 or any underage teams in league/championship/Gaeltacht she would really appreciate if you let her know. All hard copies of the photos will be returned to you safely once we make a copy of them or likewise photos can be emailed to email@example.com Please spread the word as the team photos required date back to 1967!! All help with this little project would be much appreciated. Thanks everyone.Club GearMichael Murphy Sports & Leisure is now stocking St Michaels club gear in children and adult sizes.Initials can be embroidered on tops if requested in the shop.St. Michael’s Minor BoardScór Na nÓgThe first round of the competition will take place in Glenfin on Saturday 12th November. Any member of St Michaels who wishes to take part in this years Scor na nÓg is asked to come to the Club House in Dunfanaghy on Thursday 20th October between 7-9pm.Categories include: Solo Singing, Ballad group, Recitation, Instrumental group Quiz team.Please have rehearsed a piece to perform on the night. All competitors must be under 17 on 1st January. For more information contact St Michaels.This is a great way to get involved in the club and we encourage as many as possible to come along!Clothes Bank A clothes bank is now situated on High St, Creeslough ie around the corner from McNultys Bar in aid of St. Michael’s Minor Board. If anyone is clearing out presses etc. all donations of clothes, shoes, bags, curtains etc would be much appreciated.U8s Training continues as normal this Thursday October 11th from 6-7 pm at Bridge, bus leaving Creeslough 5.45pm.€3 for bus please.RegistrationAnyone still wishing to register/pay outstanding monies please contact either Suzi on 0872849214 or Anne Marie on 0879454107 ASAP.Parish League BookletAnyone who wishes to receive a Parish League Booklet can contact Margaret Ann on 0876207919.Also some league champions 2015 booklets still available.St Michael’s reserves record fine win over Termon was last modified: October 18th, 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:GAASportSt Michaels