Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? LATEST STORIES Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netDon’t expect any reunion between Louie Alas and son Kevin at Phoenix in the PBA–at least not in the immediate future.Just minutes after the story broke that Alas would be taking the head coaching duties of the Fuel Masters, the soft-spoken former Alaska assistant said he would rather let Kevin spread his wings with the NLEX Road Warriors.ADVERTISEMENT “Likewise, I am sad as I’m leaving Alaska, especially coach Alex, who has been very supportive and is a dear friend to me and my family.”Sources said Alas signed a three-year deal with Phoenix.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Lanete gets boost from starting gig, pounces on chance to make impact MOST READ The younger Alas has been entrusted with a major responsibility by NLEX coach Yeng Guiao and has responded with aplomb.“He’s doing good at NLEX,” Alas told the Inquirer from Hong Kong, where he was awaiting an 8 p.m. flight back to Manila.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogIt was earlier reported that Alas would replace Ariel Vanguardia, who reportedly resigned as Phoenix coach. Alas said his staff would be made up of Lyceum coach Topex Robinson and his former deputies at Letran, brother Mel and Kris Reyes.“I’m super excited to take on a head coaching position again as it will be a big challenge,” said Alas, who once coached Mobiline (now TNT) in the early 2000s. View comments Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene
Hero Caribbean Premier League 2018With both teams oozing confidence ahead of today’s deciding matchup, captains of the final two teams in the Hero Caribbean Premier League 2018, Chris Green and Dwayne Bravo, have declared their sides ready, roaring and rearing for the thrilling encounter this evening.“From our side of things we’re really excited! We also come in with a bit of momentum at the back end as well. We’re all really looking forward to the clash,” Guyana Amazon Warriors captain, Chris Green, has stated.Trinbago Knight Riders’ captain, Dwayne Bravo, had this to say: “I think only the two best teams remain, and the fans are going to get a very good cricket game. For us, there’s nothing about preparation. We played last night (Friday) and it was a good win, so we just want to take that momentum into the game tomorrow (today).”The Brian Lara Cricket Stadium pitch, where the drama will play out, has a surface very similar to the one at Providence in Guyana, but it has proven to be a bit slow to start. However, both captains are positive that their players would be able to manage both batting and bowling there.“It’s nothing that the local players are not accustomed to! So I think the wicket tomorrow is going to be similar, slowish but a good one,” DJ Bravo has stated.“Even the international players have played the best part of 10 or 11 games here in the CPL, and know what each game’s conditions are going to hold for them. We just have to adapt to that on the night,” Chris Green’s declared.On the topic of final eleven and injured players, Dwayne Bravo told media operatives that he is unsure about Sunil Narine’s condition, his having played their qualifier match against St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots with an injured shoulder.“To play a game and bowl the way he did on a very bad shoulder shows his class and the commitment he has for the team. We have a very good medical team, the doctor and the physio are going to do everything in their powers to make sure he’s up and ready to go,” Bravo declared.The Warriors’ camp has been without medium-pacer Keemo Paul, who is recovering from an injury. Warriors’ captain shared, “I’m pretty sure that we have a fully fit squad. I think they’re still sweaty on the fitness of Keemo. But other than that, no injury clouds for me as yet; so that’s great.”The highly anticipated clash will bowl off at 17hrs today, and by the look of things, both teams are gunning for the new trophy.“To have the opportunity to defend our trophy is a great result for us despite how the game goes tomorrow,” DJ Bravo has said.“Everyone back home in Guyana has been really supportive throughout the tournament, and we know how much our success means to them. If all goes well and our way, then we get to hold the trophy up at the end of the night,” Chris Green has stated in optimism.
Nearly 60 percent of Valley residents still fall within the middle class, defined as households earning $35,000 to $150,000. And most are non-Hispanic white homeowners with families. But the new face of the Valley is marbled with changing demographics that have created pockets of disparity among neighboring communities. Harris’ Tarzana-Encino neighborhood has emerged as one of the Valley’s relatively affluent communities. The Harris household’s annual income of $125,000 is just a bit above the $112,000 average for his community. In a neighborhood where half of all households still bring in less than $70,000 a year, that puts the Harris family in the upper tier. Harris is a non-Hispanic white – like 75.6 percent of the residents in his community. He also owns his own home, as do 62.2 percent of his neighbors. For more than four decades, San Fernando Valley native Bill Harris has watched the allure of the American dream reshape the fabric of the region. The 45-year-old accountant, who commutes between his Encino home and an office in mid-Wilshire, has seen a tide of diversity create increasingly unique economic and cultural pockets. For Harris, this evolving “richness” is what he relishes about his neighborhood. “It’s even different from Calabasas, which is a more homogenous community,” he said. Harris epitomizes the demographic picture of his neighborhood that has emerged in a new snapshot of the region released today by the San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center. While long seen as a bastion of middle-class suburban families, the Valley portrayed in the new report is a tapestry of widely diverse communities. With three kids – they attend public school in Sherman Oaks and Bel-Air – the Harris household is larger than the average household of 2.44 people. Harris went to Birmingham High School, lived in Reseda and Van Nuys after he married, and now lives “south of the Boulevard,” a phrase that embodies the fulfillment of the American dream. Harris says he’s happy in the Valley and enjoys friends of different ethnicities, cultures and sexual orientations – many developed through his kids’ activities in softball and soccer leagues at Balboa Park. While Harris said he sees some “downside” to diversity when it manifests in gang violence or other problems, he says for the most part it’s a positive for his family and the Valley’s economic and cultural life. “There’s a place for laborers, whether it be craftsmen working construction, or manufacturing,” he said. “Everyone can’t be an accountant or a lawyer or a stockbroker – and conversely, not everyone can be a craftsman, a plumber or an electrician. So the diversity is good for the economy.” And Harris said his children have benefited from exposure to all kinds of people and the relative economic equity. The difference may boil down, he said, to some extras: trips to the theater, or dues to attend a temple. “But I don’t think my kids do a lot of things that other kids aren’t able to,” Harris said. “My oldest daughter has a cell phone; most kids she knows have a cell phone. We have Internet; they have Internet.” email@example.com (818) 713-3731 Tarzana-Encino Median household income: $69,575 Percent of people below poverty level: 7.3% Percent of renters: 37.8% Average household size: 2.44 Hispanic: 11% Non-Hispanic white: 75.6% Asian: 8.3%160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal will make his first appearance at Old Trafford in a pre-season friendly against Valencia on August 12.Van Gaal’s role as Holland coach will end after Saturday’s third-place play-off against Brazil at the World Cup and he will then turn his attention to making the Red Devils competitive again after last season’s seventh-placed finish – a dismal season which cost David Moyes his job.The Valencia friendly is also likely to feature new signings Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw playing at their new home for the first time.“This event marks the start of the next chapter at Old Trafford. With a new manager and new players making their first appearances in front of a home crowd,” said group managing director Richard Arnold. 1 New Man United boss Louis van Gaal
Stoke City chairman Peter Coates has told talkSPORT reports of the formation of a new European Super League should not be taken seriously.Claims in The Sun on Wednesday suggested representatives from the Premier League’s five biggest clubs met with American billionaire Stephen Ross in London to discuss the potential of a new inter-Europe competition.Manchester United’s Ed Woodward, Liverpool’s Ian Ayre, Chelsea’s Bruce Buck, Manchester City’s Ferran Soriano and Arsenal’s Ivan Gazidis were all pictured leaving the capital’s Dorchester Hotel on Tuesday, with all the men shaking hands before they departed back to their respective clubs.The plans from Ross, the owner of the Miami Dolphins, are seen as the biggest threat to English football since the 1992 Premier League breakaway, while it could also spell the end for the Champions League, with Europe’s elite clubs all competing week in, week out. But Coates believes the story is nothing but rumour, with the Stoke chairman telling talkSPORT it is hard to believe with the Premier League about to enter the most financially prosperous period of its history.In an exclusive interview with the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, he said: “I think it’s just somebody flying a kite, a bit of speculation. I find it difficult to take it seriously.“I don’t know what they were meeting about, it could have been for all sorts of things, but one thing I don’t think it would have been about a break-up. saying that, I have no idea why they would exclude current leaders Leicester or Tottenham – it seems to be race between them for the title this season.“It’s just hard to believe the story. The new Premier League TV deal comes into force next season, so that’s a huge amount of extra revenue for everyone and it’s hard to work out why anyone would want to change that. I just don’t take it seriously.“The Premier League doesn’t show signings of bursting, it’s obviously a product that works well. We’ve got a very good system and the clubs all work well together, we’ve got something that is exceptionally good and the demonstration of that is the kind of international following it has around the world. When you talk about 2.4 billion viewers a week in 900million homes, it’s pretty impressive stuff.“It would have ramifications throughout Europe wouldn’t it? This thing has been around in the past and it raises its head now and again for whatever reason.“The other leagues are, understandably, very envious of the Premier league because of its revenues. Spain have two dominant clubs, Germany really only have one and it’s similar in Italy – it doesn’t work very well for them.“Paris Saint-Germain have a 25 point lead in France. What kind of competition is that?“I just wouldn’t give it any credence. I know nothing of it and we’ve had no discussions amongst the clubs along these lines, so I would dismiss it.”Asked if he was contact to be a part of the meeting, the Stoke chief added: “I haven’t had a call, no, but I’d like them to ring me. Maybe next time.” 1 Stoke chairman Peter Coates is against any talk of a potential European Super League
Arsenal fans are still waiting for Arsene Wenger to signal a message of intent in the transfer window.The Frenchman may have lured midfielder Granit Xhaka to the Emirates, but that remains his solitary marquee signing.That may not be enough if the Gunners are to challenge for the Premier League title.And with Per Mertesacker and Gabriel Paulista suffering injuries during pre-season, Wenger’s defence is in trouble ahead of the league’s kick off this weekend.So who should Arsenal be looking to sign this summer?With this question in mind, talkSPORT has taken a look at 10 of the north London outfit’s reported targets and ranked those listed, from who shouldn’t be a priority for Wenger to who should.Check out the 10 by viewing the slideshow above. 10 10 10 9. Isco (attacking midfielder) – Few doubt the quality of Isco, but despite his talent, it’s difficult to see who he could replace at Arsenal. 3. Julian Draxler (winger) – This is perhaps a deal Wenger should have sealed earlier in the window. With Alexis Sanchez and Draxler on opposite flanks, Arsenal would have one of the best attacks in the Premier League. 10. Javier Hernandez (striker) – to see the full ranking of Arsenal’s top 10 targets, from worst to first, click the arrow above, right – A striker may be a priority for Wenger, but the Frenchman should be looking for a player of much higher quality than Hernandez. 10 10 10 10 10 10 5. Alvaro Morata (striker) – It looks likely that Morata will remain at Real Madrid, but Arsenal could be wise to test the Spanish outfit’s resolve. He would be viewed as an upgrade to Giroud and would certainly offer an alternative option going forward. 8. Mauro Icardi (striker) – Icardi is often linked with a move away from Inter and may be assessing his future in the wake of Roberto Mancini’s sacking. He is quicker than Olivier Giroud, but wouldn’t be a major upgrade. 4. Lukas Klostermann (centre back) – Arsenal need a centre back (or two). Klostermann, who is with Germany for the Rio 2016 Olympics, is reportedly on the Gunners radar. The 20-year-old could be a gamble well worth taking. 10 6. Riyad Mahrez (forward) – Mahrez was outstanding last season for Leicester City and is a rumoured target for Arsenal. He would certainly strengthen the Gunners, but with so many attackers at his disposal, his signing wouldn’t be necessary for Wenger. 7. Jonny Evans (centre back) – An experienced centre back is exactly what Arsenal need. Evans is far from an exciting option, but he won’t cost too much and could be a wise short-term fix. 2. Alexandre Lacazette (striker) – While a centre back is a priority, a striker should also be. Lacazette is reportedly eager to move to north London, making it all the more frustrating at the stubborn Wenger not coughing up the cash. If Arsenal dont land the Frenchman this summer, fans should be furious with their club. 1. Shkodran Mustafi (centre back) – Mustafi fits the profile of what’s needed at Arsenal. Good in the air and adept in possession, Wenger should be looking to bring the Germany international to the Emirates this summer.
A Letterkenny woman has pleaded guilty to arson at Burnside apartments in Letterkenny.Susan Murray was charged with the attack at 4 Burnside Apartments at Lower Main Street on September 28th, 2011.The court heard there was smoke damage to the stairwell and landing of the apartment. Judge John O’Hagan ordered a psychiatrist’s report on Ms Murray and released her on bail until the next sitting of the circuit court in October.WOMAN CHARGED WITH ARSON ON LETTERKENNY APARTMENT was last modified: July 22nd, 2013 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:Burnside ApartmentsletterkennySusan Murray
There was a tremendous turn-out for the 42nd annual Primary Schools Athletics Finals today at the Finn Valley Centre.With 1270 athletes representing 82 schools in the area, it was indeed a memorable .One looks for outstanding performances on days such as this but everyone was a winner as schools participating in athletics grows year on year . Overall there is the motivation of being regarded as best school in the various categories and on this occassion those titles go to Scoil Iosagain,Buncrana:Annagry N S and Gleneely,Killygordon.There were noteworthy performances amongst them including athlete of the meet James Kelly of St Baithins, St Johnston a whooping 15.38m to win his shot.Other notable showings included Aine Kerr ,St Bridgets,Convoy ,Aaron Mc Glynn ,Comeen:Jessica Quigley,St Marys Stranorlar;Laura Crossan ,Lurgybrack;Conor Black,Kilmacrenan;Aoife Lennon,Scoil Iosagain;Sean Mc Donagh ,St Josephs with a mighty Ball throw 47.28m;BryanMc Namee ,St Bridgets;Pauric Harold ,Dooish and Janine Boyle ,Dooish;Stephaie Okoh ,SMGS ,with a jump of 4.02 for a girl born 2003 is exceptional;Jack Gillespie and Oisin Mc Elhinney from Gleneely;David Boakye,Scoil Colmcille;Michaella Galvin,Drumoughill.The list goes on and on but suffice to say all associated with the event deserve great credit for the uninterrupted organisation and those schools that did respond to the invitation to paricipate provided a valuable learning experience to the children in their care . Schools athletics returns September 26th with cross country again back at Finn ValleyBelow you find some of the pictures and also ALL the results on what was a proud day for Donegal schools and their pupils.ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE DAY – PLUS PLUS PLUS – MORE PICTURES BELOW!!Boys Shot Putt 1999/20001. James Kelly, St. Baithins 15.38m 2. Ryan Boyle, Acres 12.11m3. Jerome Atnahena, Scoil Colmcille 11.66m4. Branden O’Donnell, Lurgybrack 11.45mBoys High Jump 2003 1. Patrick Marry, Annagry 1.05m2. Jamie McDaid, Scoil Iosagain 1.00m2. Orin McLaughlin, Scoil Iosagain 1.00m2. Barry Byrne, Termon 1.00mGirls Long Jump 20001. Lauren Crossan, Lurgybrack 4.09m2. Alisha Green, Rannafast 3.93m3. Murrin Duffy, Dooish 3.87m4. Tara Harley, Ranafast 3.86mBoys Ball Throw 20001. Brendan Biogan, St. Marys Castlefin 45.41m2. Keegan Hegarty, Scoil Iosagain 43.76m3. Philip Blazejczak, Scoil Colmcille 43.67m4. Dillon Lafferty, Droim Mor 42.77mGirls High Jump 20031. Connie Doherty, scoil Iosagain 1.04m2. C. Doherty, St. Marys Stranorlar 1.04m3. Aisling Davis,St. Marys Stranorlar .90m4. Rachel McKnight, Raphoe Central .90mBoys Long Jump 20021. Stephen Black, Kilmacrennan 4.20m2. Adam Whoriskey, Scoil Iosagain 3.85m3. No. 443 3.80m4. Cahair Doherty, Scoil Iosagain 3.51mBoys Long Jump 20001. Janie Doherty, Woodland N.S. 4.55m2. Conor O’Donnell, Scoil Colmcille 4.25m3. Dylan Lafferty, Dromore 4.25m4. Andtzej Blader, St. Marys Stranorlar 4.16mBoys High Jump 20001. James Kelly, St. Baithins 1.35m2. Thomas Mullin, Raphoe Central 1.30m3. Adam Duffy, St. Mhuires, Tooban 1.25m4. John Timlin, Scoil Iosagain 1.20mGirls Shot Putt 1999/20001. Naoimh McGranaghan, Castlefin 11.03m2. Lucy Jackson, Scoil Iosagain 8.26m3. Tara Ni Ahrlight, Ranafast 7.95m4. Thayane Souze, SMGS 7.65mGirls Ball Throw 20001. Ciara Arthur, Scoil Iosagain 30.33m2. Erin Duffy, St. Pats, Castlederg 28.47m3. Leah McGee, Raphoe Central 25.97m4. Tegan McDaid, St. Pats Carndonagh 25.53mGirls Long Jump 20021. Kate Smith, Magherabeg 3.89m2. Michella Byren, Nil Mor 3.86m3. Danella Jansen, Dromore 3.54m4. Yvonne Byrne, Annagry 3.28mBoys Long Jump 20011. Rory Dalton, Castlefin 4.05m2. Ronan Frain, Woodland N.S. 4.00m3. Pauric Harold, Dooish 3.98m4. Mike McFadden, Annagry 3.90mBoys Long Jump 20031. Pat Marry, Annagry 3.50m2. Jamie Murray, St. Marys 3.45m3. James O’Hagan, Scoil Iosagain 3.32m4. Christopher Mulligan, Fintra 3.30mBoys Shot Putt 20011. Charlie Worth, Gaelscoil, Lk 9.00m2. Dillon Duffy, Tiernasligo 7.80m3. Mark McElhinney, Castlefin 7.76m4. Maciek Orlik, Illistrin 7.63mBoys Ball Throw 20011. Sean mcDonnagh, St. Josephs Drum 47.28m2. Mark McFadden, Scoil Iosagain 38.98m3. Kian Harkin, Woodland N.S. 38.69m4 Reece Uftan, Milford 37.95mGirls High Jump 20001. Jill McGettigan, Kilmacrennan 1.20m2. Caoimhe Boyle, Annagry 1.20m3. Cathy Callaghan, Dromore 1.15m3. Cathy Bannigan, St. Marys, Stran 1.15mGirls 60m 20051. Jenny McGettigan, Kilmacrennan2. Roisin Doyle, Naoimh Brid, Muff3. Hannah Murray, St. Marys Castlefin4. Leah McMonagle, St. Marys StranorlarBoys 60m 20051. Caydeen Atoge, Woodland N.S.2. Caolan Fox, Gael Scoil, LK3. Athan Doherty, Scoil Colmcille, LK4. Ciaran Crawford, MurlogGirls 60m 20041. Michella Galvin, Dromoghill2. Kelly Anderson, Dromoghill3. Brenda Carr, Dooish4. Ainne Irwin, DromoreBoys 60m 20041. Oisin Kelly, Kilmacrennan2. Abraham Hassan, Gaelscoil, Lk3. Ewan Douglas, Milford4. Armanas, DromoreGirls 80m 20031. Stephanie Okoh, SMGS2. Ciara McGarvey, Creeslough3. Orla McElchar, Gleneely4. Kelly Duffy, ToobanBoys 80m 20031. David Boakye, Scoil Colmcille, LK2. Denzil Frinpong, Scoil Colmcille LK3. Jamie Murray, St. Marys Stranorlar4. Luke Downey, KilmacrennanGirls 80m 20021. Jessica Quigley, St. Marys Stranorlar2. Lauren Callaghan, Dromore3. Michella Byre, Niall Mor, Killybegs4. Kate Smith, MagherabegBoys 80m 20021. Conor Black, Kilmacrennan2. Bobby McGettigan, Kilmacrennan3. Owen Dowling, Woodland NS4. Darren Connaghan, St. Bridgets ConvoyGirls 100m 20011. Aine Kerr, St. Bridgets Convoy2. Sinead Gallagher, St. Marys Stranorlar3. Amy Boyle Carr, Glenties4. Lee Walsh, SMGSBoys 100m 20011. Pauric Harold, Dooish2. Aaron McDaid, Scoil Iosagain3. Michael McFadden, Annagry4. Shane O’Donnell, Scoil Colmcille, LKGirls 100m 20001. Hannah McElchar, Gleneely2. Alisha Greene, Rannafast3. Murrin Duffy, Dooish4. Gemma Doherty, Scoil Naoimh BridBoys 100m 20001. Jamie Doherty, Woodland NS2. Thomas Mullen, Raphoe3. Ciaran Black, Kilmacrennan4. Conor O’Donnell, Scoil Colmcille LKGirls 300m 20031. Connie Doherty, Scoil Iosagain2. Chloe Coyle, Dromore3. Annie McClintock, GaelScoil LK4. Ciara McGarvey, CreesloughBoys 300m 20031. Liam Hannigan, Gael Scoil LK2. Patrick Marry, Annagry3. Michael McLaughlin, Gaelscoil, Buncrana4. Dean Quigley, LiffordGirls High Jump 20011. Aoife McGlade, St. Patricks Castlederg2. Chantelle McGrath, St. Muras tooban3. Mia McDevitt, AnnagryGirls Long Jump 20011. Aine Kerr, St. Bridgets Convoy 4.34m2. Sinead Gallagher, St. Marys Stranorlar 4.29m3. Amy Boyle Carr, Scoil Mhuire, Glenties 4.04m4. Clare Doherty, Woodland N.S. 3.72mGirls Ball Throw 20011. Jodie Carlin SMGS Lifford 30.53m2. Roisin Rodgers, Rannafast 26.12m3. Leah McDaid, Scoil Iosagain 24.16m4. Chloe Carter, Raphoe Central 23.66mLong Jump Girls 20031. Stephanie Okoh, SMGS LK 4.02m2. Charlene Patton, Dooish 3.23m3. Kaitlin Gorrell, Fintra 3.17m4. CJ Doherty, St. Marys Stran 2.90mGirls Shot Putt 20011. Casey McGarvey, Annagry 7.24m2. Tiegan O’Donnell, St. Columbas 6.49m3. Megan Moss, Dooish 6.16m4. Dominika Godlenska, Scoil Mhuire 6.04mBoys High Jump 20011. Oisin McElhinney, Gleneely 1.28m2. Alex McGeehan, Dooish 1.25m3. Aaron McDaid, Scoil Iosagain 1.25m4. Michael McFadden, Annagry 1.20mGirls High Jump 20021. Aoife Lennon, Scoil Iosagain 1.13m2. Lauren Callaghan, Dromore 1.11m3. Caitlin McGonagle 1.11m4. Lara Jane Doherty 1.11mBoys High Jump 20021. Ben Lynch, Scoil Iosagain 1.15m2. Stephen Black, Kilmacrennan 1.15m3. John Barry Quigley, S. Iosagain 1.15mGirls 100m 20041. Brenda Carr, Dooish2. Michaela Galvin, Drumoghill3. Aisling Amponsar, Illistrin4. Aine Irvin, DromoreBoys 100m 20041. Oisin Kelly, Kilmacrennan2. Michael Adu, Scoil Colmcille, LK3. Ewan Doughlas, Milford4. Abhahan Hassan, GaelscoilGirls 800m 19991. Altan Ni Mhuirchu, Gael Scoil LK2. Saoirse Callaghan, Gael Scoil LK3. Janine Boyle, Dooish4. Edel Smith, LurgybrackBoys 800m 19991. Brian McNamee, St. Bridgets, Convoy 2.24.552. Denver Kelly, Tooban 2.29.163. Calvin O’Brien, St. Marys Stranorlar 2.32.624. Oisin Hession, Tiernasligo 2.33.48Girls 600m 20021. Danielle Jansen, Dromore 1.59.792. Meagan Ryan, Milford 2.00.403. Jessica Quigley, St. Marys Stranorlar 2.03.164. Jennifer Sanches, St. Marys Stranorlar 2.05.07Boys 600m 20021. Conor Black, Kilmacrennan 1.51.442. John Reid, St. Bridgets, Convoy 1.58.253. Carlos O’Reilly, Creeslough 2.00.114. Dylan Dorrian,Droimin, Ballyare 2.0084Boys 600m 20011. Jack Gillespie, Gleneely 1.48.922. Ronan Frain, Woodlands 1.53.153. Shane McMonagle, Tooban 1.56.104. Cian Mccolgan, Muff 1.59.00Boys 800m 20001. Aaron McGlynn, Coimin 2.27.992. Luke Gavigan, Dooish 2.37.693. Ben Carr, Woodlands 2.38.444. Samuel McClintock, St. Marys Stranorlar 2.38.56Girls 600m 20011. Zoe Kelly, Dromore 1.58.992. Jodi Carlin, Lifford 1.59.963. Karen Gallagher, Scoil Mhuire Cashel 2.02.054. Aoife McGrath, St. Pats, Castlederg 2.05.11Girls 800m 20001. Laura Crossan, Lurgybrack 2.39.352. Jill McGettigan, Kilmacrennan 2.50.003. Eadaoin O’Raw, Dessertegney 2.53.254. Lauren Callaghan, Scoil Iosagain 2.55.36Girls 100m 19991. Janine Boyle, Dooish2. Amy Hanna, Annagry3. Chloe grant, Scoil Iosagain4. Emer Clerkin Scoil IosagainBoys 100m 19991. Jerome Atuahene, Scoil Colmcille, LK2. Ronan O’Donnell, St. Bridgets Convoy3. Calvin O’Brien, St. Marys Stranorlar4. Denver Kelly, ToobanRelays 2002 & 2003 GirlsSMALL SCHOOLS1. Gleneely2. Rosses3. DonoughamoreMEDIUM SCHOOLS1. Annagry2. Dromore3. CarndonaghLARGE SCHOOLS1. St. Marys Stranorlar2. Scoil Iosagain3. KilmacrennanRelays 2002 & 2003 BoysSMALL SCHOOLS1. Fintra2. Lifford3. TiernasligoMEDIUM SCHOOLS1. Newtowncunningham2. Annagry3. St. Bridgets ConvoyLARGE SCHOOLS1. Kilmacrennan2. Scoil Iosagain3. Woodland NSRelays 2000 & 2001 GirlsSMALL SCHOOLS1. Gleneely2. Rannafast3. DrumfriesMEDIUM SCHOOLS1. Dooish2. Annagry3. St. Marys CastlefinLARGE SCHOOLS1. SMGS LETTERKENNY2. St. Marys, Stranorlar3. Scoil IosagainBoys Relay 2000 & 2001SMALL SCHOOLS1. Fintra2. Gleneely3. LoughanureMEDIUM SCHOOLS1. Dooish2. St. Muras Tooban3. St. Marys CastlefinLARGE SCHOOLS1. Woodland NS2. Scoil Iosagain3. Scoil Colmcille LKOVERALLLARGE SCHOOL1. Scoil Iosagain, Buncrana 71 points2. Kilmacrennan N.S. 54 points3. St. Mary’s Stranorlar 45 pointsMEDIUM SCHOOL1. Annagry N.S. 37 points2. Dromore N.S. 31 points3. St. Bridgets Convoy 24 pointsSMALL SCHOOL1. Gleneely N.S. 28 points2. Fintra N.S. 15 points3. Lifford N.S. 12 pointsDONEGAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS ATHLETICS FINAL – ALL THE PICTURES AND RESULTS was last modified: May 30th, 2012 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:Primary Schools Athletics Finals
EASTER WEEKEND PICTURE SPECIAL: What a superb weekend club revellers had at the newly renovated Pulse Venue Letterkenny over the Easter holiday period.A new clubbing experience was sampled for the first time since The Pulse underwent significant renovations in overhauling the hugely popular nightclub.The venue was packed all weekend as clubbers were desperate to experience what the new-look Pulse Venue had to offer them.By all accounts it was an UNBELIEVABLE weekend at The Pulse but the general consensus giving the new-look Pulse a big thumbs up.Above are a selection of images taken from over the weekend.EASTER WEEKEND PICTURE SPECIAL FROM THE NEWLY RENOVATED PULSE VENUE LETTERKENNY was last modified: April 8th, 2015 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:EntertainmentFeaturesnewspicture specialPulse Venue
The Bonagee team which beat Finn Harps Reserves.FINN HARPS Reserves’ return to the Four Lanterns Ulster Senior League ended in a narrow defeat to Bonagee United, while there were draws in the Cockhill-Letterkenny and Swilly-Fanad games.Bonagee United 2 Finn Harps Reserves 1Finn Harps Reserves return to Intermediate football ended in defeat to Bonagee United on Sunday at Dry Arch Park.Harps manager Joe Boyle will be pleased by the way they applied themselves in their first game in the Ulster Senior League since their withdrawal in February 2015.Bonagee started the game brightly, and took the lead in the 11th minute Aidan McCauley played a neat pass into the path of Francesco Crisco, and the Bonagee winger made no mistake from ten yards.Harps should have drawn level in the 14th minute. Ryan McGarvey brought down Alex Carolan inside the box, but Gareth Doherty’s resulting spotkick was saved by Gareth Wade in the Bonagee goal.Harps had efforts late in the first period through Aaron McCready and Declan Sharkey, but neither efforts troubled the home goalkeeper too much.Bonagee doubled their advantage in the 75th minute when Aidan McLaughlin drew a mistake from Tommy Lee McCarron in the Harps goal and the Bonagee number 9 had the easiest task of rolling the ball into the empty net.Harps response was positive and they halved the deficit in the 85th minute when, following a punch clear by Wade, Declan Sharkey sidefooted home from twelve yards to make it 2-1.The men from Ballybofey almost got the equaliser just at the death, when Sharkey somehow managed to put a header wide, after a cross from Paul Ferry. Best for Bonagee were Aidan McCauley and Crisco, while Ciaran Kelly and Sharkey starred for the newcomers.Bonagee United: Wade, Doherty, Breslin, Russell, McGarvey, Lynagh, O’Doherty, McCauley, McLaughlin, Crisco, McCroary.Finn Harps Reserves: McCarron, Ferry, Ellison, Kelly, Doherty, McCready, Carolan, G Doherty, McCroary, Sharkey, FinnCockhill Celtic 2 Letterkenny Rovers 2COCKHILL CELTIC twice came from behind to draw with Letterkenny Rovers at the Charlie O’Donnell Sports Grounds.Goals by Steve Okakpu-Emeka and Igor Arriel had Letterkenny ahead, but Cockhill levelled twice through Peter Doherty and Ronan Doherty.Cockhill went close early on when Peter Doherty headed over from Gerry Gill’s corner.On 19 minutes, a Paul McDermott cross was flicked on by James Bradley to Derek Doherty, whose volley clipped the bar on the way over.Letterkenny took the lead on 21 minutess when Kevin McGrath’s shot hit the post and was bundled home from close range by Okakpu-Emeka.Cockhill replied with William O’Connor’s ball being controlled by Gerard McLaughlin into the path of Ronan Doherty who shot narrowly wide.Cockhill equalised just before half-time when Peter Doherty advanced from defence before firing past Kelly from 30 yards.The second half started with Cockhill dominating possession but Letterkenny looked dangerous on the break.They regained the lead on 56 minutes when a long ball released Arriel who, despite McLaughlin getting a touch, found the net from 15 yards.They had a big chance to win the game on the hour when Paul McVeigh broke clear of the Cockhill defence but his shot was saved by McLaughlin.A minute later, Cockhill were level.After inter-play between Bradley and Gill, Ronan Doherty curled the ball home from the edge of the box.Both teams had chances to win the game in the end-to-end finish to the match. Cockhill’s best chance coming when Bradley found space in the box, Kelly’s smothering save broke to Derek Doherty whose shot was deflected over.This was followed by a Paul Boyle header for Letterkenny being cleared off the line.The final chance fell to McVeigh who, again, broke through. This time he rounded McLaughlin before his shot was cleared off the line by the covering Oisin McColgan. Swilly Rovers 1 Fanad United 1Action for the Swilly vs Fanad game.THIS local derby was played in glorious sunshine on an excellent playingsurface at Swilly Park.Swilly went ahead on 38 minutes when a stray pass by Fanad’s Matthew Crossan, found Ryan Mc Daid who, with the outside of his right foot, curled a delightful shot into the far corner of the net.Shane Graham denied Swilly’s Laurence Toland with a stunning save and Toland then headed over a Ricky Fisher cross.Fanad were the more physical side and with more experienced players and the contrast in styles was interesting. Swilly’s defence stood firm against a frantic Fanad in the opening 20 minutes.In the second half Mark Wilson and Laurence Toland both came very close forSwilly but they were somehow denied.Fanad’s Seamus Nanny Friel was sent off for a second bookable offense.Heavy Fanad pressure paid off in the 86th minute when John McGarvey connected a Daire McDaid cross to make it 1-1.Swilly Rovers: Caolan Bolton, Paul Bradley, Shay Durning, Damien Friel,Jordan Toland, Barry Mooney, Ryan McDaid, Dylan Hegarty, Ricky Fisher,Laurence Toland, Brandon Wilkie. Subs used: Matthew Sweeney, Mark Wilson.Fanad United: Shane Graham, Seamus Friel, Martin McAteer, Shaun McElwaine,Kieran Gorman, Declan McGarvey, Killian Gallagher, Matthew Crossan, Daire McDaid, Davitt Walsh, Keelan McElwaine. Subs used: Gary Gorman, Martin McElhinney.Referee: Marty McGarrigle.RESULTS Four Lanterns Ulster Senior League, Sunday October 2Bonagee United 2-1 Finn Harps ReservesCockhill Celtic 2-2 Letterkenny RoversSwilly Rovers 1-1 Fanad UnitedFIXTURESFour Lanterns Ulster Senior League, Sunday October 9, kick-off 2pmLetterkenny Rovers v Swilly RoversDerry City Reserves v Bonagee UnitedNOTES‘FR MICK’ ULSTER SENIOR League Chairman Johnny McCafferty and Secretary Niall Callaghan were represented on Friday night at a function in the Silver Tassie Hotel to honour founding Ulster Senior League member Fr Michael Sweeney.Fr Sweeney was instrumental in the formation of the USL in 1986 and was also a founder member of Fanad United FC in 1972.As a manager, he won an All-Ireland Schools title in 1982, an FAI Youth Cup with Fanad United in 1979 and, the daddy of them all, the FAI Intermediate Cup with Fanad in 1988.Many of his former players and Fanad United colleagues were in attendance at Friday’s function.*Picture attached of Fr Mick and USL Chairman Johnny McCafferty at Friday’s functionDERRY CITYWELL done to Derry City for battling back to draw 2-2 with Dundalk in Sunday’s FAI Senior Cup semi-final and best wishes to Kenny Shiels and his team in Tuesday’s replay at the Brandywell. Ronan Curtis, who was a regular member of Derry’s USL teams in recent seasons, scored the equaliser for Derry.Ryan McBride, Ben Doherty, Josh Daniels, Barry McNamee and Nathan Boyle were others to feature in Sunday’s game for the Candystripes who have been prominent features in the USL since Derry’s return.CLUB NOTESULSTER Senior League clubs are asked to forward weekly notes to new League PRO Chris McNulty at firstname.lastname@example.org for circulation to the media and for inclusion on the Ulster Senior League website. Ulster Senior League: Bonagee spoil Harps’ comeback party was last modified: October 2nd, 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)