…says OHS has hundreds of skills, Guyana teaching only 17Guyana has some way to go when it comes to its technical vocational training, a point emphasised on Saturday during an oil and gas forum when a Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (CTVET) official revealed how behind other countries Guyana really is.CTVET Head Floyd ScottAccording to CTVET Director Floyd Scott, one of several presenters at the forum in Albouystown, Guyana is missing hundreds of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) skills from its technical and vocational curriculums.“There is currently in the region of Occupational Health and Safety standards, 250 skills. In Guyana, within our TVET institutions, we only have 17 occupational skills being taught. So if there is a need for a skill outside of that 17, the foreigners will come.”Scott also revealed that during a recent meeting of the College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago (COSTAATT), he learned that they were now issuing skilled certificates to categories of workers.“The agriculture workers, security workers and domestic household… What was interesting is that what the skilled certificates mean, it’s a work permit to travel throughout the Caricom region. Guyanese cannot get it…because that certification is not afforded in Guyana.”“With oil and gas, you will see tourism. You will see a lot of hotels. You will see the need for people to be daycare workers. And the foreigners aren’t going to come and ask you to work for them because you look good. They want to know you are capable of doing the job.”Local content and what it will do for Guyana has been a burning question since the announcement of oil in the Stabroek Block. After Exxon first tempered expectations by saying that few job opportunities will be created by oil, it has since said that it will help with local content delivery.One measure it has taken is to set up a Centre for Local Business Development (CLBD). A prevailing complaint has been that Guyanese are losing out to foreigners when it comes to local content, especially as the Local Content Policy is still to be in effect.However, there have been steps taken to beef up Guyana’s capacity to train students in technical and vocational skills. Last year, an agreement was signed between the Education Ministry and the Organisation of American States (OAS).This signing ceremony was attended by a representative from the OAS, Jean Ricot Dormeus; Education Minister Nicolette Henry; Assistant Chief Education Officer Patrick Chenadu; Permanent Secretary of the Education Ministry, Vibert Welch; and the Director of the Department of International Cooperation and Foreign Affairs, Vanessa Dickenson.Ricot Dormeus, in remarks, stated that along with this agreement, Guyana has also benefited from a scholarship programme established by the OAS to boost technical and vocational training in secondary and post-secondary institutions.“It comes under the umbrella of quality, inclusive, equitable education promoted by the Development Corporation Fund managed by the OAS,” Dormeus said.Implementation of this programme will assist in the production of skilled individuals — a necessity in today’s society – and further enhance the sustainable development factor.“Our people need good jobs and good technical [and] vocational education. They will be able to secure good jobs and even set up a business of their own in the future so that the [country improves and the economy grows],” Dormeus had added.
Presiding Linden Magistrate Dylon Bess on Wednesday permanently disqualified the driver’s licence of a Speightland, Linden resident who appeared before him at the Linden Magistrate’s Court, charged with the offences of Driving under the Influence (DUI) and failure to have his vehicular parts maintained.Joshua Mangar was ordered to pay a fine amounting to a total of $12,500 after pleading guilty to the offences. The court heard that it was Mangar’s third DUI conviction, which, by law, is the requirement for disqualification. Prior to this, his licence was suspended twice for DUI. The court further heard that on December 4, 2019, Mangar, who is a taxi driver, drove motor vehicle HD 84 along the Bamia Public Road, Linden-Soesdyke Highway while his breath alcohol level was 185 micrograms, which is above the prescribed legal limit.He also admitted to failing to have the vehicular parts maintained in order to prevent danger. Prosecutor Vernetté Pindar told the court that it was Mangar’s third time appearing before the court on separate DUI charges, noting that his licence was suspended twice before and this was his third conviction. When asked by the Magistrate for a plausible reason why his licence should not be taken away, Mangar failed to offer a plea of mitigation. He was also fined $7500 or one week imprisonment on the DUI charge and $5000 for the motor vehicle maintenance charge.
VICTORIA, B.C. – British Columbians visiting other provinces and territories are now able to bring home liquor products for personal consumption without any restrictions or limits.Prior to July 8, 2019, residents were limited to bringing in no more than three litres of spirits, nine litres of wine and 25.6 litres of beer, cider and coolers. There was no limit on wine purchased from a Canadian winery and made from 100% Canadian product.There were also similar restrictions from other provinces on B.C. products, creating trade barriers. Personal alcohol exemption restrictions were lifted as of July 8, 2019, following a commitment made by Premier John Horgan at the premiers’ 2018 summer meetings.- Advertisement -This change aligns with similar action being taken in other provinces, which may result in increased sales for local producers to out-of-province visitors. Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia recently eliminated personal exemption limits and Prince Edward Island are committed toward implementation.“For too long, British Columbians faced restrictions when bringing wine, beer and spirits from other provinces back to B.C. Our government has taken action to fix this,” said Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology. “This policy is consistent with the direction from the Council of Federation meeting in Saskatoon last week, where Canada’s premiers committed to reducing limits on transporting alcohol across our borders.”
1 Reading winger Royston Drenthe is set to end his nightmare spell in England and make a move to China.Drenthe has struggled to make any impact with the Championship side and was shipped out on loan to Sheffield Wednesday this season.The Holland international has struggled to regain the form which saw him make a big move to Everton from Real Madrid back in 2011.Drenthe was not even given a squad number by former Reading boss Nigel Adkins during the summer.But having spent the first half of the season on loan at Hillsborough, the 27-year-old is now set to jet off to the Far East and hopes to finalise a move during the January transfer window.Reading boss Steve Clarke said: “The club called him back from Sheffield Wednesday because there’s an opportunity for Royston to get another move.“It’s progressing but until it actually happens it’s only speculation so we’ll have to wait and see.“But it looks in all probability that he’ll be going somewhere else for the second half of the season. If it comes off then it will be permanent.” Royston Drenthe
FROM JAMES TREARTY Termon 2–14 Urris 2–4Christy Connaghan with a final tally of 1–5 and Marty Sweeney who finished with 0–6 helped Termon to a ten point margin over an under strength Urris at the Burn Road.Termon who had big performances from John Mc Cafferty and James Gallagher in the first half were rocked just before the interval when a Long ball from Shaun Mc Daid who wore the number three shirt for Urris but played an attacking role delivered an inch perfect pass for Dean Kelly to fist past Michael Boyle in the Termon goal to leave HT Termon 0–9 Urris 1–2 Termon responded after the break with a Marty Sweeney point before Conor Bradley clawed back a goal for Urris following good inter passing . Man of the match Ollie Doherty had the goal of the game for Termon. Shaun o Donnell Termon picked up a wayward Urris pass on the midway line. As O Donnell made slow but steady progress towards John Noone.s goal he found an unmarked Ollie Doherty who placed the ball in Noones top right hand corner. From then onwards it was damage limitation for UrrisFinal score Termon 2–14 Urris 2–4 Termon team was, Michael Boyle,Joe O Donnell , Kevin Mc Daid, Barry Neilis, Shaun Mc Daid, Kevin Mc Gettigan, Daniel Connaghan, John mc Cafferty, Ollie Doherty, Steve Mc Ilwaine, Marty Sweeney, Aiden Sweeney, Paddy Mc Daid, Jimmy Gallagher and Christy Connaghan Urris team was John Noone, Daniel Delvin, Shaun Mc Daid, Kevin Doherty, Ml Grant, James Grant, James Cooke, Daniel Kelly,Phil Doherty, Jason Doherty, Dan Harkin, Conor Bradley, Alan Friel, Dean Kelly and Mark Mc LaughlinMan of the match Ollie Doherty TermonReferee Shane Toolan Ballyshannon GAA: DOHERTY STARS AS TERMON OVERCOME URRIS was last modified: September 29th, 2012 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:GAA: DOHERTY STARS AS TERMON OVERCOME URRIS
DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE REPORTSSATURDAYDowntown Cup Arranmore United 5 Erne Wanderers 0The visitors started this game well as Arran took time to settle. Erne Wanderers’ number 8 came close early on with a strike from 20 yards. Erne also had chances from two corners but failed to take advantage.Arranmore took the lead after some neat interplay between John Greene and Danny Rodgers down the left. Danny found the inrushing Gavin Mc Glanaghey at the back post with a great cross and he scored to put Arran one up. It stayed like this until the end of the half with the midfield becoming congested.Arran sprung out of the traps after the break and found themselves two up when Chris Mc Glanaghey found Daniel O’Donnell on the right wing. He beat his man and crossed to the back post for Gavin to score his second. The third goal followed minutes later as a bullet like header from Gavin found its way to the net. Erne came close after this on a few occasions but Michael McHugh and Danny Rodgers did well to break up the attacks. On 75 minutes Arranmore’s 4th goal arrived when Mark Ward beat his man down the line and crossed for Chris Mc Glanaghey to tap home. The 5th and final goal came in the 85th minute after Daniel O’Donnell put in a great cross for Michael McHugh to drill home.Team performance from Erne Wanderers with Martin Proctor and Gavin Mc Glanaghey best from Arranmore.Glenea United Reserves 1 Donegal Town Reserves 1Glenea got their Downtown Cup programme underway with this draw. The home side started brightly and created a couple of chances which they failed to take. Donegal came more into the game as the half progressed and took the lead on 30 minutes when Brian Feighan reacted quickest to a left wing cross to head home. Glenea equalized 5 minutes later from the penalty spot, which Declan Mc Garvey converted. At the start of the 2nd half Glenea started strongly and were unlucky not to take the lead through efforts from Dean Gallagher and Michael Mc Clafferty with both hitting the woodwork. As the game progressed both sides were finding it difficult to create any chances with Donegal’s best effort coming from a well struck free-kick that Shaun Mc Clafferty tipped over the bar. The home side had a late chance when Dean Gallagher got onto a loose ball in the box but saw his effort clear the bar. Best for Glenea were Shane Penrose, Kevin McFadden and Dean Gallagher while Declan Browne was best for Donegal Town. Referee: Paul Doherty.Curragh Athletic Reserves 0 Milford United Reserves 0 Curragh Athletic started this game brightly with good work from Gary Quinn setting up Dan O’ Brien for a shot in the 12th minute. Milford created more chances as the half progressed. Micheal Dullaghan pulled of two great saves from the Milford forwards. Curragh took control of the match in the second half with Dan O’ Brien hitting the post after good work from Gary Heaney. O’ Brien then sent in a corner but Justin Mc Bride’s header went inches wide. Curragh should have won this game when a great header from Sean Maxwell just missed the target. Best for Curragh was Micheal Dullaghan. Team effort from Milford.Glencar Celtic 3 Tullyvinney Rovers 0This game was played in perfect conditions at the flagpole field Rathmullan. Glencar started brightly with some early possession. Tullyvinney found their feet mid-way through the first half. However shortly afterwards they were undone by a great ball in behind their defence from Chris Malseed. Paddy Collins latched onto it and squared back to Shane Hilley who tapped into the empty net to give the home side the advantage. Shortly afterwards Glencar gave away a cheap freekick on the edge of their area. Froggy stepped up only to strike over the bar. The second half had much the same pattern as the first with both sides having spells of possession with no real goal threat from either team. It was only when Tullyvinney pushed for an equaliser that Glencar took full advantage and scored two goals in the last ten minutes. The first, a fine ball from Michael Molloy which found Martin Brogan who beat two men to finish calmly into the corner. The second saw excellent work from Shane Hilley down the right before he floated a ball under the crossbar for the simplest of tap-in’s for Michael Molloy. Best for Glencar: Raymond Quinn, good team performance from Tullyvinney Rovers.Keadue Rovers Reserves 0 Glenree United Reserves 2 Glenree went away from Central Park with a good victory from this cup game. It was a good day for football and the home side started well but had a goal disallowed on six minutes for offside. Keadue’s good opening continued and they looked dangerous especially from set pieces. Glenree had a good spell mid-way through the opening half and took the lead on twenty five minutes when Damien Nelis’s effort from the edge of the box went in off the post. Keadue responded well, creating a coupled of openings before Glenree took full control of the game on thirty four minutes. Damien Nelis again provided the finish for the visitors. Keadue had a good chance on forty two minutes, David McCarron shooting wide. Into the second half and after a scrappy start Glenree had an effort just wide of the post. Keadue went all out in an effort to gain something from the game. Adrian Hanlon set up Corey Gallagher’s who’s shot was saved. Donal Rodgers then shot over as Keadue kept up the pressure. Further chances fell to home sides way with Corey Gallagher and Donal Rodgers both hitting the woodwork. Best for Glenree were John Mc Clafferty and Damien Nelis while Conor Greene and David McCarron were best for the home side. Referee: Martin Coll.Gweedore United Reserves 1 Orchard F.C. 1This game got off to a lively start with both sides looking for the early goal. The home side probably edged the possession in the opening half with good chances falling to Sean Paul Mc Mahon and Eoin De Barra however Tommy Mc Laughlin in the Orchard nets was excellent on each occasion. The visitors had a number of half chances through Niall Bonner however the United defence stood firm. Orchard took the lead in the 41st minute when the ball was handled in the United eighteen yard box and the referee had no option but to award a penalty. Sean Sweeney stepped up and converted the spot kick to give the visitors a goal advantage at the interval. In the early stages of the second half United began to press in search of an equaliser however the Orchard defence and Mc Laughlin in nets were difficult to break down. The home side finally got the breakthrough in the 55th minute when Sean Gallagher scored from close range following a goal mouth scramble. There were chances at both ends with Stephen O’ Donnell and Hugh Martin Curran going close for the home side and Niall Bonner and Warren Mc Ginley going close for the visitors however this game ended in a 1-1 draw, which was probably a fair result on the day. Eoin De Barra, Sean Gallagher and Hugh Martin Curran played well for United with Niall Bonner and Tommy Mc Laughlin excelling for Orchard on the day. Referee: Michael MulhernSt. Catherines Reserves 0 Cranford United Reserves 0Both teams played well in the first half but cancelled each other out with very few chances created by either side. The second half saw ‘The Saints’ start the brighter with chances falling to Luke Kelly and Owen O’ Donnell but neither converted their opportunity. Dale Mc Fadden and Connor Shields showed impressive glimpses for Cranford. The Saints pressed hard but couldn’t break down a tough Cranford defence. Team performance from Cranford. Paul Cunningham best for St Catherines. Referee: Andrew MullanStrand Rovers 1 Castlefin Celtic Reserves 3Downtown Cup action came to Maghery on Saturday for the first time. The game started at a high tempo with Strand enjoying the best off it. Neither side could find an opening goal in the first half. The second half kicked off with Strand again enjoying good periods of possession. The visitors somehow took the lead and scored two quick goals, Keith Nelis and Brian Doohan doing the damage. Nelis then got his second to kill the match as a contest. With little to play for Strand kept going until the end and grabbed a consolation goal when Darragh Hanlon scored. Good team performance from Castlefin with Paddy Glackin and Brendan Brennan best for Strand Rovers.Old Orchard Saturday Division OneMulroy Celtic 1 Fintown Harps AFC 1The home side went into this game on the back of six straight defeats but they played throughout as a team in confidence. Both teams created chances as the game settled. Darragh Gallagher broke the deadlock when he picked up a loose ball and drove at the home defence and rifledhome. Mulroy got back on level terms when the excellent Packie Mc Elwaine beat the offside trap, controlled the ball and fired into the bottom corner. Michael Mc Grory then failed to convert from the penalty spot. Both teams could’ve snatched it but it finished level. Paul Coyle and Packie were best for Mulroy while Darragh Gallagher impressed for Fintown.DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEREPORTSSUNDAYFAI Junior CupCappry Rovers 3 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 5A hat-trick in the final ten minutes turned this FAI Junior Cup match on it’s head as Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. progressed to the next round. Cappry Rovers took the lead as early as the second minute when Dylan Ramsey converted Kyle Lafferty’s cross. Marty Mc Ateer levelled the scores before the interval when he scored direct from a free kick.Cappry again went in front when Kieran Gallagher scored from close range following a corner on sixty two minutes. Alan Patton doubled the home side’s advantage on sixty eight minutes when he ran through and shot under the outrushing keeper. Three minutes later Davitt Walsh headed a free-kick to the Cappry net to reduce the deficit. It was level again on seventy four minutes when Johnny Friel beat the off-side trap to get the first of his hat-trick. On eighty two minutes he put the Rab’s Park men in front for the first time in the match when he headed past O’ Meara. Two minutes later he completed his hat-trick and by doing so wrote the name of Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. into the draw for the next round of the FAI Junior Cup. A good team effort from Cappry Rovers with Seamie ‘Coshie’ Friel, Mark and Johnny Friel best for Kerrykeel. Referee: Paddy MartinLifford Celtic 1 Aileach F.C. 4Aileach started brightest keeping Lifford on the back foot for the early part of the first half without troubling Paul Given in the Lifford goal. Ross Porter had Lifford’s best chance of the half on the half hour mark but could only find the side netting. The Game looked like remaining a stalemate as half time approached until Aileach finished during a goalmouth scramble following a corner. The second half began with Aileach on the back foot as Lifford pressed more men forward. This proved to be Lifford’s downfall as they were caught on the counter-attack and Anthony Doherty finished from 18 yards. Lifford got back in the game immediately when Johnny Robb converted a penalty. Lifford looked like equalising as the game neared the eighty minute mark only to again to get caught on the counter-attack when Doherty grabbed his second. Aileach finished the game off when they grabbed their fourth following a late corner. Good team performances from both sides.Ulster Junior CupBallybofey United 0 Redcastle F.C. 1A goal two minutes from time was enough to send Redcastle F.C. through to the next round of the Ulster Junior Cup at the expense of Ballybofey United. The Twin Towns men put their off field difficulties aside as they attempted to progress to the next round of this competition. As the match unfolded their ambitions looked to have substance as they gave as good as they got against the “Foyle Park” men from Inishowen’s top flight.Chris Darby and Niall Mc Closkey were the first to try their luck albeit from distance. Redcastle then had the best chance of the match when Colm Mc Laughlin went through one on one with Chris Patton in the Ballybofey net. With only the keeper to beat Mc Laughlin pulled his shot wide of the post. Mc Closkey then sent Darby clear on the left-wing but his attempted cross was cut out by Redcastle’s Aidan Cunningham. Darren Kelly and Darragh Redmond were also playing well for the home side with the experienced John Gregg commanding around the centre of the field. Patton made sure it would remain scoreless at the interval as he saved well from Mc Laughlin who looked the most likely avenue for a Redcastle goal.At the start of the second half Darren Kelly had a shot saved by Michael Mc Cole after he had been set up by Redmond. Mc Laughlin then got in behind the Ballybofey defence and was taken down by Bonar. James Curran stepped up to send the spot kick high over the crossbar. Ballybofey later had a strong penalty claim of their own waved away by match official Packie Coll when Darragh Redmond was the subject of a two man avalanche just inside the Redcastle area. Mikey Grant replaced Gregg and with him went Ballybofey’s midfield experience. Redcastle took control and in the eighty eighth minute found the winner when Cunningham fed Mc Laughlin who had plenty to do as he stretched out his leg to get his toe to the ball with Patton rushing off his line in an effort to prevent the strike. It was enough to send the Inishowen men through to the next round of this season’s competition. Best for Ballybofey United: Patton, Gregg, Darby and Hannigan. Best for Redcastle: Curran, Breslin and Mc Laughlin. Referee: Packie CollBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionGweedore Celtic 1 Rathmullan Celtic 5Rathmullan had a convincing victory over the home side at the Screaban. Gweedore had the first chance of the match on fifteen minutes with Colin Ferry heading against the crossbar. Midway through the first half the visitors fired home two goals.A cross from the right wasn’t dealt with by the Gweedore defence and Oisin McMenamin stroked it in at the far post. Three minutes later the lead was doubled, a good build up from Rathmullan was finished by Dara Patton. Ten minutes into the second half the game was finished as a contest after Eamonn Sheridan fired home. Two more goals from Rathmullan had the game well and truly sown up on seventy minutes. Thomas Diver scored a consolation goal ten minutes from time. A good performance by Rathmullan. Referee: Ed MooreKilmacrennan Celtic 0 Glenea United 2Kilmacrennan found themselves under strength for this encounter, most notably Timmy Burke who was injured and Steve Mc Elwaine who had attended a function the previous night. Kilmacrennan started the brighter but found themselves one down when Ryan McFadden finished off a swift counter attack with a header. Both teams made chances but Glenea went two up on the hour mark when Donal Coll scored after a goalmouth scramble. John Sandilands could have got one back but inadvertently fired wide from 5 yards. Glenea closed out the game to take the three points.Milford United 1 Cranford United 2Milford lost their local derby against Cranford at Moyle View Park. Milford started brightly and were well in control and went one up through Gary Merritt on 30 minutes. Cranford began to grow in confidence and got one back when a Kyle Black shot was deflected off Mark Flood. Lee Burke had a golden opportunity on the stroke of half time when keeper Shaun Gallagher’s miss hit clearance hit Burke but his lob from the edge of the box went wide with the keeper beat. In the second half Cranford began strongest and showed more hunger and focus. Cranford’s winner came twenty minutes from time when Arthur Lynch headed home from a free kick. In the 89 minute Milford, Cranford and everyone in the ground thought Milford had snatched an equaliser when Mark Flood powered the ball home from a corner only for the referee to blow for a foul for climbing in the crowded box. Best for Cranford were Arthur Lynch and Sean Mc Elwaine with Kyle Black best for Milford.Referee: Mick Langan.St. Catherines 4 Curragh Athletic 1The Saints played host to Curragh and it was the home side that started the brighter controlling the game for large spells. Curragh however took the lead on thirty eight minutes when Ryan Carlin latched onto a free kick from Neil Lloyd. The Saints came out for the second half and had patience as they tried to level the score, Jason Noctor equalised for the home side on fifty one minutes when he tapped home a Brendan Mc Guire cross. Noctor got his second on fifty four minutes when he scored after a scramble in the box. Curragh pressed for the equaliser with chances from Carlin and Oliver just missing the target. The Saints pounced again on seventy minutes when Gareth Concarr broke and calmly slotted past the Curragh keeper. Cormac Cannon made it four for The Saints on eighty minutes when his shot across the keeper found the Curragh net. Team performances both sides. Referee: Marty Mc GarrigleWatson Hire Division OneKeadue Rovers 7 Lagan Harps 1Keadue Rovers kept up their recent good form with this big win over Lagan at Central Park. The home side started brightly and went ahead on four minutes when the Lagan keeper parried a shot and Sean Boyle followed up shooting to the net. On nine minutes they went two up when good work from Corey Gallagher was finished at the near post by Sean Boyle. However Lagan were getting more into the game and on eleven minutes Declan Sweeney headed well to the net from a free kick. On thirty eight minutes Sean Boyle headed home at the near post for his hat-trick. Keadue created more chances closer to half time and could well have been further ahead. Into the second half and it was Lagan who started the brighter. Drew Connolly dragged a shot wide on fifty three minutes. Keadue got their fourth on fifty eight minutes when Sean Boyle scored his fourth with a fine lob over the keeper from the edge of the area. Drew Connolly again shot wide on sixty two minutes for Lagan. Following some good combination work up front Corey Gallagher made it five for Keadue, finishing low to the corner. In the closing stages of the game Adam Neely’s header was fumbled over the line by the Lagan keeper and in the final minute Martin Redmond made it seven with the final kick of the game. Best for Lagan were Drew Connolly and Declan Sweeney while best for Keadue were Sean Boyle, Adam Neely and Martin Redmond. Referee: Ronan Floyd.Bonagee United 3 Dunkineely Celtic 4Gweedore United 5 Eany Celtic 0This game started with both sides giving very little away. United saw good chances fall to Niall Friel, Darren Ferry and Michael Connolly however Cathal Gallagher in the Eany nets was excellent on each occasion and throughout. As the game went on the home side began to settle and got the breakthrough in the 29th minute when Niall Friel finished from close range following a corner. The home side double their advantage in the 41st minute when Darren Ferry’s pass was well finished by Eugene Noel Ferry to make it 2-0. The visitors saw half chances fall to Mark Ward and Barry Rose however both went just wide. In the second half the visitors came out looking to pull one back and had good possession for the first 10 minutes. However it was the home side who got the next goal in the 68th minute with an excellent finish from Michael Connolly into United began to dominate the play and got their 4th in the 70th minute, and another good finish from Eugene Noel Ferry. Eany had chances through Fiachra Mac Ginley and Mark Ward however Liam Mc Fadden did well on each occasion. The home side made it 5-0 in the 83rd minute with another excellent finish from Michael Connolly following a good pass from Hugh Martin Curran. It was a good team effort from Eany with Eddie Gallagher and Cathal Gallagher in nets excellent on the day. United seen good performances from Niall Friel, Darren Ferry and Eugene Noel Ferry, however debutants James Boyle and Gary Mc Fadden were excellent on the day.Referee: Marty QuinnCT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps 7 Drumbar F.C. 0Before the game a minutes silence was held in memory of Danny Mc Gavigan who passed away on Saturday, may he rest in peace. The game itself was a one sided affair as Deele manager Willie Curran rang the changes following a run of bad results. The tone of the game was set early on as Cathal McGowan thundered in on a number of tackles. Deele didn’t let the away side into the game at all and opened the scoring early on when Conor Catterson fired home from inside the box. Shortly after Deele striker supreme Shane Gallagher opened his account for the day as he finished following good work from Aidy Gallagher. Aidy Gallagher himself created and finished another fine goal on the half hour. Conor Catterson added his second in the 35th minute, a sweet strike from 25 yards. Shane Gallagher added his second on the stroke of half time with a neat finish. Deele took the foot off the pedal in the second half but still added a further two goals with Shane Gallagher grabbing his 3rd and 4th goals. Referee: Gerry Gallagher.Copany Rovers 4 Dunlewy Celtic 3Copany Rovers ran into a 2-0 lead with two goals from Pauric Rooney in the 3rd and 17th minutes. Dunlewey pulled one back on the 23rd minute when they were awarded a penalty which was scored by Michael Roarty. Copany restored the two goal advantage in the 25th minute after a corner from David Graham was headed in by Thomas Given. On the 28th minute Dunlewey struck again after a long range shot from John Cannon was deflected past the keeper. Dunlewey made it all square when a corner from the right was scored by Hugh Cannon. It remained like this until half time. The second half started with few chances for either side as both sides cancelled each other out. In the 90th minute substitute Paul Clarke scored the winner for Copany following a corner. Dunlewey had two men sent off in the dying minutes of the game and Copany were also reduced to ten men. Best for Copany were Pauric Rooney and Rodger Leonard. Good team performance from Dunlewey.Glenree United 0 Raphoe Town 1A hard working and determined Raphoe took the spoils on a calm day in Glenree Park.Shots from distance from Damien Coyle and Marty Gallagher were the best Glenree could muster and Raphoe took the upper hand when Emmet Kelly rose highest from a corner to give Raphoe the lead in the 30th minute. John Cunningham in nets for Glenree kept the scores level going in at half time. Glenree had more bite in the second half but shots from Dan Mc Groddy and Damien Nelis were well saved. With Emmet Kelly playing a blinder for Raphoe Glenree could not get a foothold on the game and Raphoe almost doubled their lead before the end. A well deserved win for Raphoe with Emmet Kelly man of the match.Whitestrand United 2 Letterbarrow Celtic 0Fresh from their victory over Dunlewey Celtic last week Letterbarrow Celtic came to Whitestrand Park today and started brightly causing the home team some concern in the opening exchanges. However on 12 minutes Whitestrand got the opening goal through Paul Lynch. Good defensive play from Eamon Martin sent James Gallagher down the left wing, Gallagher neatly skipped past two defenders and delivered an inch perfect cross for the in-rushing Lynch who headed past the visitor’s keeper. Letterbarrow had an opportunity to get back on level terms on 20 minutes but their effort was well saved by Benny Friel. The home side had further attempts on goal on the 21st minute with a Sean Gallagher effort and again in the 35th minute when Paul Lynch headed wide. However the Strand got the vital second goal on the stroke of half time through Sean Gallagher. Gallagher picked up the ball in the middle of the park and unleashed a stunning drive, with his un-favoured left foot, which flew into the top left hand corner of the net past the helpless Letterbarrow keeper. At this early stage, Gallagher’s strike must be a strong candidate for goal of the season. The half time score was 2-0 to the home team.The second half proved to be a very evenly contested affair with both teams canceling each other out. With the visitors pushing for a goal to get them back into the match Whitestrand broke on several occasions in pursuit of their third goal but the final pass was often lacking. Letterbarrow’s best effort of the half came in the 80th minute but the Strand defence held firm. Eddie Blake squared the ball to Jerome Burke who somehow fired over the bar when it seemed easier to score should have wrapped up the game in the 85th minute. The final whistle sounded with the home team taking all three points on a score line of 2-0. Best for Whitestrand were Paul Lynch, Sean Barrett and Jerome Burke, who worked tirelessly up front all day. Best for Letterbarrow were Cathal Lowther and Pearse Mc Groary.DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUERESULTSSATURDAYDowntown CupArranmore United 5 v 0 Erne WanderersGlenea United Reserves 1 v 1 Donegal Town ReservesCurragh Athletic Reserves 0 v 0 Milford United ReservesGlencar Celtic 3 v 0 Tullyvinney RoversKeadue Rovers Reserves 0 v 2 Glenree United ReservesGweedore United Reserves 1 v 1 Orchard F.C.St. Catherines Reserves 0 v 0 Cranford United ReservesStrand Rovers 1 v 3 Castlefin Celtic ReservesOld Orchard Saturday Division OneMulroy Celtic 1 v 1 Fintown Harps AFCSUNDAYFAI Junior CupCappry Rovers 3 v 5 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.Lifford Celtic 1 v 4 Aileach F.C.Moville Celtic 2 v 1 Drumoghill F.C.Quigleys Point Swifts 3 v 0 Castlefin CelticUlster Junior CupBallybofey United 0 v 1 Redcastle F.C.Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionGweedore Celtic 1 v 5 Rathmullan CelticKilmacrennan Celtic 0 v 2 Glenea UnitedMilford United 1 v 2 Cranford UnitedSt. Catherines 4 v 1 Curragh AthleticWatson Hire Division OneKeadue Rovers 7 v 1 Lagan HarpsBonagee United 3 v 4 Dunkineely CelticGweedore United 5 v 0 Eany CelticCT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps 7 v 0 Drumbar F.C.Copany Rovers 4 v 3 Dunlewy CelticGlenree United 0 v 1 Raphoe TownWhitestrand United 2 v 0 Letterbarrow CelticDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEFIXTURESSATURDAY 30-11-2013 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Downtown CupTullyvinney Rovers v Arranmore United (K.O. 1 p.m.)Donegal Town Reserves v Fintown Harps AFCMilford United Reserves v Glenea United ReservesRamelton Mariners v Glencar CelticGlenree United Reserves v Mulroy CelticOrchard F.C. v Keadue Rovers ReservesCranford United Reserves v Strand RoversCastlefin Celtic Reserves v St. Catherines ReservesSUNDAY 01-12-2013 K.O. 2p.m. (Unless Stated)Ulster Junior CupErne Wanderers v Aileach F.C. (K.O. 1.30 p.m.)Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionDonegal Town v Lifford CelticRathmullan Celtic v Kilmacrennan CelticGweedore Celtic v St. CatherinesGlenea United v Curragh AthleticWatson Hire Division OneCastlefin Celtic v Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.Drumoghill F.C. v Gweedore UnitedDunkineely Celtic v Keadue RoversCappry Rovers v Lagan HarpsCT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps v Whitestrand UnitedBallybofey United v Convoy ArsenalLeague table for Brian McCormick Sports Premier LeagueTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsMilford United FC 6 3 1 2 18 9 9 11Gweedore Celtic 6 3 1 2 10 5 5 11Glenea United 5 3 1 1 9 3 6 10Rathmullan Celtic 5 3 1 1 10 6 4 10St Catherines FC 6 2 2 2 11 19 -8 8Kilmacrennan Celtic FC 5 2 2 1 11 13 -2 7Lifford Celtic FC 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 6Cranford FC 6 1 2 3 8 10 -2 6Donegal Town FC 7 1 4 2 13 18 -5 5Curragh Athletic FC 5 0 5 0 6 14 -8 0League table for Watson Hire Sunday Division OneTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsCastlefin Celtic 6 4 1 1 18 10 8 13Drumoghill FC 5 4 1 0 15 4 11 12Kerrykeel 71 FC 6 3 2 1 22 16 6 10Gweedore United FC 6 3 2 1 14 9 5 10Cappry Rovers 4 2 0 2 11 6 5 8Lagan Harps FC 6 2 2 2 15 15 0 8Keadue Rovers FC 6 2 3 1 11 13 -2 7Bonagee United FC 7 2 4 1 10 13 -3 7Dunkineely Celtic FC 5 2 3 0 15 18 -3 6Eany Celtic FC 7 0 6 1 9 36 -27 1League table for CT Ball Sunday Division TwoTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsConvoy Arsenal FC 7 5 2 0 11 9 2 15Copany Rovers FC 7 4 1 2 10 7 3 14Whitestrand United FC 5 4 0 1 16 3 13 13Glenree United FC 7 4 2 1 11 11 0 13Dunlewey Celtic 6 3 2 1 12 7 5 10Deele Harps FC 5 2 2 1 5 6 -1 7Letterbarrow Celtic FC 7 2 4 1 12 17 -5 7Ballybofey United FC 6 2 4 0 11 15 -4 6Raphoe Town 7 1 5 1 11 16 -5 4Drumbar FC 7 0 5 2 5 13 -8 2League table for Old Orchard Saturday Division OneTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsGlencar Celtic 7 6 1 0 23 6 17 18Erne Wanderers FC 7 5 2 0 18 8 10 15Fintown Harps AFC 6 4 1 1 14 7 7 13St Catherines FC 7 4 2 1 14 14 0 13Castlefin Celtic Res 7 3 3 1 16 19 -3 10Glenea United 7 3 4 0 14 15 -1 9Orchard FC 7 2 4 1 11 18 -7 7Ramelton Mariners FC 7 1 6 0 9 19 -10 3Mulroy Celtic 7 1 6 0 7 20 -13 3League table for Glencar Inn Saturday Division TwoTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsArranmore United 9 8 1 0 21 6 15 24Gweedore United FC Res 9 7 2 0 29 16 13 21Donegal Town FC Res 9 5 1 3 23 17 6 18Glenree United FC Res 9 4 3 2 25 25 0 14Keadue Rovers FC 8 4 3 1 27 20 7 13Tullyvinney Rovers 8 3 3 2 14 15 -1 11Curragh Athletic FC 9 2 4 3 16 25 -9 9Cranford FC 9 1 5 3 18 24 -6 6Milford United FC Res 9 1 6 2 10 27 -17 5Strand Rovers FC 9 0 7 2 9 17 -8 2DONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL THE RESULTS, REPORTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: November 24th, 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:Donegal LeaguereportsResults
MONDAY BOYS’ BASKETBALL Alemany at Canyon, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Valencia at Palos Verdes, 5:30 p.m. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals TUESDAY BOYS’ BASKETBALL Glendale at Hart, 7 p.m.; Santa Clarita Christian at Pilibos, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Santa Clarita Christian at Pilibos, 6 p.m. BOYS’ SOCCER Simi Valley at Canyon, 3:15 p.m.; Golden Valley at Valencia, 3:15 p.m. GIRLS’ SOCCER Valencia at Notre Dame, 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY MEN’S BASKETBALL COC in Vaquero Classic at Glendale, TBA GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Saugus in Santa Paula Tourney, TBA BOYS’ SOCCER Monroe at Saugus, 3:15 p.m. THURSDAY MEN’S BASKETBALL COC in Vaquero Classic at Glendale, TBA BOYS’ BASKETBALL Saugus at Beverly Hills, 7:30 p.m.; Golden Valley at L.A. Baptist, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Saugus in Santa Paula Tourney, TBA; Golden Valley at L.A. Baptist, TBA; Scott Academy in Antelope Valley Christian Tourney, TBA BOYS’ SOCCER Bell-Jeff at Golden Valley, 3:15 p.m.; Valencia at Quartz Hill, 6 p.m. FRIDAY MEN’S BASKETBALL COC in Vaquero Classic at Glendale, TBA BOYS’ BASKETBALL Canyon at Lancaster, 7:30 p.m.; California at Valencia, 7 p.m.; Golden Valley at St. Bonaventure, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Saugus in Santa Paula Tourney, TBA; Santa Clarita Christian at Frazier Mountain, 4 p.m.; Scott Academy in Antelope Valley Christian Tourney, TBA BOYS’ SOCCER Highland at Canyon, 4:30 p.m. GIRLS’ SOCCER Crescenta Valley at Canyon, 4:45 p.m. SATURDAY MEN’S BASKETBALL COC in Vaquero Classic at Glendale, TBA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL St. Ambrose at The Master’s, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Saugus in Santa Paula Tourney, TBA; Chaminade at Canyon, 6:30 p.m.; Highland at Golden Valley, 5:30 p.m.; Scott Academy in Antelope Valley Christian Tourney, TBA GIRLS’ SOCCER Saugus Alumni Game, 10 a.m.; Canyon in Buena Tourney, TBA SUNDAY MEN’S BASKETBALL The Master’s vs. Ripon, Hoop ‘N’ Surf Classic in Oahu, 9 a.m. Send updates to firstname.lastname@example.org. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Click on the video above to view the sickening moment a Mexican U19 international player cowardly kicks former Letterkenny Rovers player Dale Gorman in the head as he lays on the ground.A melee broke out during the Milk Cup international match between Northern Ireland and Mexico. In the video above Gorman is wearing the No.9 jersey, he is then thrown to the ground, as he lays on the ground a Mexican player sprints over to him and kicks him right in the head.The sickening footage has stunned organisers, and an investigation is underway into the incident, with many calling for a lengthy ban to the Mexican player in question and a lifetime ban for Mexico at the Milk Cup competition.Gorman from Letterkenny, is the son of former Finn Harps manager and Linfield player Anthony Gorman.He qualifies to play for Northern Ireland as he was born in Derry. Gorman is currently on the books of Stevenage Borough in England, and is in his second year at the club after signing in 2013. DDTV: SHOCKING FOOTAGE OF DONEGAL SOCCER STAR VIOLENTLY KICKED IN THE HEAD was last modified: July 31st, 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:Dale GormanDDTVnewsNOrthern IrelandSport
Coos Bay >> Kellen O’Neill has set the bar early. Now let’s see if anyone can reach it.The Arcata High School cross-country athlete and top-ranked North Coast Section distance runner ran a near personal-record time of 15:54.7 to win the prestigious Prefontaine 5K Memorial Run by a wide margin in Coos Bay, Oregon on Saturday.“This race, I really strategized for it,” said O’Neill, who got the itch to compete in cross-country meets running with friends in the eighth grade. “I looked at all the …
Click here if you are unable to view this gallery on a mobile device.And now for something completely different — a high-profile, decorated basketball star who is not demanding a trade, tampering with another team’s alpha baller, hissy-fitting over his playing time or airing grievances on social media.Welcome back, Andrew Bogut.Surely you’ve heard the news. Bogut is rejoining the Warriors for the rest of the regular season and the playoffs. It’s an unexpected reunion for the agreeable …