Football plays a large part in the lives of both young and old Liberians, and especially with Liberia producing the only person to emerge as a World Player the important role of the game cannot be overlooked.The establishment of an old-timer football league in the country, which allowed former professionals and amateur players at the age 40 to participate for physical recreation, offers many benefits, ranging from simple enjoyment to improved health and social interaction.In the just ended ECOWAS Integrity and Solidarity Old-timer Football Tournament, Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan was the skipper for the Barnersville Old-timer team.The winger cum striker’s side whipped Paynesville old-timer 8-7 in a penalty shoot-out after the 70 minutes ended 2-2.The likes of former Lone Star players Sam Chebli and Janjay Jacobs were teammates to the Minister with Chebli on the extreme right while Janjay was in front of the goal.Paynesville showcased the likes of former Lone Star players Kelvin Sebwe, Jonathan Boye Charles Sogbie and Papie Sumo.Inarguably a fling from Ngafuan to Chebli gave Janjay early head up in the 8th minute. Papie Sumo struck the equalizer in the 14th minute, but before the break Sam Chebli increased the tally from a sublime pass from the Foreign Minister.Twelve minutes to stoppage time, the Minister was substituted and six minutes later, Kelvin Sebwe squeezed the rotation.Debatably, the Minister’s absence in the semi-finals against Lakpazee on Sunday might have caused the 2-1 defeat. Prince Harrison and Stephen Nimely in the 5th and 60th minutes threw Barnersville out in spite of the consolation goal by Wearl Venn in the 13th minute.Earlier, the tournament’s favorite Alpha Old-timer was spanked 2-0, courtesy of Ben Saydee and Rufus Neufville in the 2nd and 28th minutes. Youth and Sports Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe wouldn’t push enough to get either an equalizer or a win and there was no one to convert his three encouraging crosses.Many Alpha players said that the absence of Sen. Amb. George M. Weah, Finance Minister Amara Konneh, NOCAL boss Dr. Nathaniel McClain and others caused their defeat.Labour Minister Neto Lighe’s Sinkor Old-timer was also thrown out in a lottery kick after the field-of-play ended goalless.Howbeit, Bame clinched the ECOWAS Cup, having whipped Lakpazee Old-timer 4-2 in a lottery shot after 70 minutes of entertaining football ended 1-1.According to the former Secretary of Alpha, Bryant McGill aged people are actively engaged in the game in order to reduce the likelihood of a person developing many chronic diseases.Bryant named some of health benefits of playing soccer as increased aerobic capacity and cardiovascular health; lowering body fat and improving muscle tone; building strength, flexibility and endurance; increasing muscle and bone strength and improving health due to shifts between walking, running and sprinting.He said another benefits to old-timer footballers is teamwork. It also enables the old timer to share; help them to ‘think on the run’ and increases concentration, persistence and self-discipline.“Through old timer football we make new friends and subsequently get employment,” Mr. Bryant said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Cameroonian Ambassador Beng’Yela Augustine Gang delivering remarks at his country’s 47th independence anniversary, observed in MonroviaCelebrates 47th Independence AnniversaryIn 2015 and 2016 the Republic of Cameroon could not just jubilate on their Independence Day, which occurs on May 20, but had something to show. During celebration images of major development in infrastructure and socioeconomic development were displayed for the view of invitees.However, since 2018, the desire for development has come to face challenges arising from violent clashes between separatist fighters and the national army in the North-West and South-West of the country, thereby killing people, burning towns and villages, and displacing tens of thousands of citizens.In his deliberation in Monrovia on the celebration of National Day on May 21, 2019, one day later after the main day, May 20, Ambassador Beng’Yela Augustine Gang said, “In recent months, my country has been traversing stormy weather with some vibrations being felt under the stout national edifice.”Amb. Gang, however, mustered the courage that for the very large majority of Cameroonians, the long-established reputation as a haven for peace in the sub-region will not easily pass into oblivion.He said amid the national challenges, both their leadership and citizenry have always deployed immense passion and conviction in the task of consolidating mutual tolerance.According to the ambassador, the Cameroonian populations, despite the tough moments in the country’s history, have continued to move with confidence into each other’s ethnic and linguistic zones to find temporary fraternal relief.While confronted by national crisis that has the propensity to halt development, Amb. Gang said the government’s intention for development of the people of Cameroon remains on the agenda.He said in the last two years the government has been actively engaged in peace and reconciliation initiatives characterized by the creation of an exclusive, special Common Law section at the National School of Administration and Magistracy that trains career judges and civil administrators and state financial managers.He added that under a decree of December 13, 2018, there was suspension of prosecution followed by the release of almost 300 detainees arrested in connection with the Anglophone unrest; the creation of a National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and multiculturalism by Decree of January 23, 2017, the opening of an English-speaking Higher National Polytechnique in Bamenda as an undergraduate-level institution attached to the University of Bamenda that was itself opened in 2011 as the second purely English Language State University of Cameroon.Other were the launch of the over 20 million dollar National Emergency Humanitarian Assistance Program for the North West and South West regions, and the creation by presidential decree of November 30, 2018 of a National Committee for Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration.The NCDDR holding centers, according to Amb. Gang, has started receiving “Repented” fighters, who are assured that the laying down of their arms would be tantamount to total pardon and rehabilitation.“With the slight resurgence of Boko Haram incursions, especially in North East Nigeria, Cameroon has been under renewed pressure to host over 30,000 hew refugees with UNHCR support; and lastly, but without being exhaustive, recent repeated calls by President Paul Biya that we have now reached the time for urgent forgiveness, pardon and reconciliation,” Amb. Gang said.He said recent visit to Bamenda, Buea, Kumba and Limbe by Prime Minister Dion NGUTE in this May at the request of President Biya confirms that the mood in favor of dialogue and reconciliation is stronger.He assured that Cameroon will in all circumstances move steadily toward a developing nation with the hope of attaining socioeconomic emergence as a respectable middle income country by the year 2035 (Cameroon Vision 2035).In line with its vision, Cameroon is said to have completed various hydro-electric power plants; the kribi deep sea port, a modern, indigenously-owned cocoa transformation plant in the West Region, and a new, modern state hospital.The defense forces of Cameroon, the Ambassador noted, has continued to play key development roles—building modern roads in areas abandoned by foreign contractors scared away by Boko Haram threats.In sports, Amb. Gang recounted that Cameroonian under 17 National Football team won the African Nations Cup in Tanzania in April 2018, while the senior Indomitable Lions qualified for the next African Nations Cup, and aim to give excellent account of themselves in Egypt this June.A number of activities including sport encounters in Basketball with Liberia preceded the celebration on May 21, and with the cooperation of Liberians, Amb. Gang extolled the people and the police of Liberia for making the celebration a success.For Liberia’s situation, Gang said Cameroonians truly feel what Liberians feel, and in its current moment of tension have lessons to learn from Liberia’s past.However, he added “We also nurture fraternal hopes that Liberia does not slip back by undue presumptions into a past that we all neither want to remember, nor to see repeated.”He lauded his diplomatic colleagues in Liberia for remaining tireless, neutral, respectful and discreet in helping Liberia to avoid retrogression.Minister of State without Portfolio, Trokon T. Kpui, on behalf of President George Weah and the people of Liberia, extended warm felicitations to the government and people of Cameroon and recalled how President Weah has his football history tied to Cameroon.He expressed the hope that the bilateral relation between the two countries will continue to be nurtured.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
− owner estimates losses in excess of MTwo families were rendered homeless on Thursday after a midday fire destroyed two houses at Lot 328 Fifth Field, South-East Cummings Lodge, Greater Georgetown.The blaze commenced sometime around 12:00h and gutted two homes, which were located in the same yard. The front house was a two-storey concrete building, while the back building was a wooden structure, rented to two brothers.The burnt remains of the two houses destroyed during the midday fireGuyana Times understands that the fire emanated from the wooden house at the back and quickly spread onto to the front house, destroying both buildings. Only the concrete section on the ground floor of the front house was left standing after the blaze was put out.At the time of the fire, no one was home in either of the two buildings. However, a neighbour related to this newspaper that they saw smoke coming from the back house and within 10 minutes time, the blaze engulfed the wooden structure and moved over to the front house.“We just saw the back house on fire, we don’t know how it caught fire, but it spread to the upstairs onto the front house… Everybody tried to put out the fire, all the boys around throw water to out the fire but they couldn’t do it,” the woman explained.The traumatised owner of the destroyed housesShe continued that by the time the fire service arrived at the scene, the two houses were already engulfed, and so they immediately went into action to contain the fire. To prevent the blaze from spreading further, the fire fighters also drenched the neighbour’s house, during which many of their belongings were destroyed by the water.Meanwhile, Guyana Times also spoke with the owner of the two houses which were destroyed, Roopnarine Sukhram, who explained to reporters that he was at Wales, West Bank Demerara, repairing his car when he got a call from one of his daughters, who informed him that their house was on fire.“One of the neighbours called and tell her that the house is on fire and when I come, the house done burn down and the fire service was here but they done out the fire,” he stated.The traumatised man noted that he is not sure what might have caused the blaze but was told by neighbours that it originated from the tenants’ quarters. Sukhram and his two daughters occupied the two storey concrete house, which he said was fully furnished with all modern amenities. He estimated his loses to be somewhere around $30 million.Meanwhile, the two tenants, one of whom is a teacher attached to the St Stanislaus College, were at the scene and appeared visibly shaken as they realised that they too lost all of their belongings. The men have been renting the property for about three years now.This publication understands one of the brothers was at home earlier in the day and left to go pick up his daughter from school. However, at the time there was a female in the house, who disappeared after the fire.
1 It’s been a miserable season for the Villans, but they will be lifted by news of their club’s sale Aston Villa have confirmed that an agreement has been reached with Recon Group, owned by Dr Tony Jiantong Xia, to take 100 per cent ownership of the club.The takeover is subject to approval from the Premier League and the Football League.Randy Lerner had made no secret of his desire to sell and current chairman Steve Hollis flew to China to complete the deal as soon as the Villans’ dismal top-flight campaign was complete.A club statement read: ‘Aston Villa Football Club is pleased to announce that an agreement has been signed today for the sale of 100 per cent ownership by Randy Lerner to Recon Group owned by Dr Tony Jiantong Xia subject to the approval of the Premier League and the Football League.‘Once those approvals have been granted and the new board members approved under the fit & proper rules of both leagues, Dr Xia will become Chairman of Aston Villa. The club will announce the appointment of a new manager shortly.’Roberto Di Matteo, according to reports, is understood as the preferred candidate.Recon Group is a holding company which has a controlling interest in five publicly listed companies on the Hong Kong and Chinese stock exchanges. Xia, a former footballer himself, claims to have been a Villa fan for some time.
A huge turn-out of more than 700 walkers and runners made the inaugural Glenswilly 5k a huge success last night.The race was won by Johnny Patton from Letterkenny followed closely by Michael Black. But the emphasis on last night’s 5k was on participation and fun.And the people of Glenswilly can be immensely proud of producing such a special occasion for all concerned.Not even a BULL wandering onto the course could put those who took off their stride!The event was staged to raise funds for underage football at Glenswilly GAA Club and all money raised will go directly towards helping the youngsters at the club to enjoy their sport. Blessed with superb weather, the organisers would like to thank the Gardai, all marshals, sponsors and most of all anyone who took part.Plans for next year’s event are already underway!THE FULL RESULTS ARE BELOW THE FOLLOWING PICTURES………….Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 691 16.06 JONATHAN PATTON SM Letterkenny A C2 511 16.08 MICHAEL BLACK SM Letterkenny A C 3 134 16.23 IVAN TONER SM Letterkenny A C4 405 16.35 kevin ferry SM Letterkenny A C5 166 16.42 sean mcgettigan SM Finn Valley A C6 140 16.45 COLIN WATSON SM Individual 7 148 16.49 Ciaran McBride SM Letterkenny A C8 493 16.53 brian crossan SM Letterkenny A C9 443 17.05 GERARD MC GRANAGHAN SM Letterkenny A C10 548 17.14 MICHAEL LOGUE SM Individual11 436 17.18 Humphrey Murphy M45 Letterkenny A C12 132 17.19 JOE ENGLISH M50 Letterkenny A C13 67 17.29 Joe Gibbons SM Individual14 404 17.33 marcus mcclintock M40 Letterkenny A C15 184 17.54 PATRICK DUNLEAVY SM Letterkenny A C16 419 17.56 glen duncan SM Individual17 458 17.58 STEPHEN SWEENEY M45 Individual18 449 18.05 GARETH MCLAUGHLIN SM Individual19 428 18.24 jason unknown M40 Letterkenny A C20 154 18.25 aonroi cheevers SM Letterkenny A C21 78 18.26 conor gallagher SM Lifford A C22 51 18.28 Dale Gallagher JM Individual23 524 18.33 liam doherty SM Individual24 697 18.50 JOHN PRUNTY SM Individual25 495 19.00 martin devenney SM Lifford A C26 103 19.01 lee gildea SM Letterkenny A C27 687 19.09 RAYMOND BIRCH SM Individual28 174 19.10 noreen mcgettigan SW Letterkenny A C29 662 19.15 anthony sweeney SM Individual30 701 19.17 SEAN CROSSAN M40 Letterkenny A C31 156 19.21 raymond mcgahey M40 Individual32 135 19.23 KEVIN TONER M60 Letterkenny A C33 532 19.25 COLIN MOONEY SM Individual34 705 19.26 PATRICK MCGLYNN SM Finn Valley A C35 483 19.27 MICHAEL MAGUIRE SM Individual36 30 19.32 Colm Farrell SM Individual37 482 19.33 IRENE MCFADDEN SW Letterkenny A C38 128 19.33 paul mcmonagle SM Letterkenny A C39 38 19.38 Stewart Magee SM Individual40 441 19.38 Paul 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129 30.38 maria mcginley W40 Lifford A C324 131 30.39 LORRAINE CONNOLLY SW Lifford A C325 181 30.40 emma logue JW Individual326 95 30.48 rachel craig Girls 16 Individual327 6 30.53 orla callaghan SW Individual328 76 30.53 mary carr W40 Individual329 251 30.59 Frances Collum Walker Individual330 252 30.59 Teresa McLaughlin Walker Individual331 704 31.12 ELEANOR MCGILL SW Individual332 519 31.14 claire hyland SW Individual333 242 31.18 Geraldine Galligan Walker Individual334 48 31.28 Damien Friel SM Individual335 512 31.28 ANNE KELLY SW Individual336 415 31.42 rosemary diver SW Individual337 219 31.42 Karen Mc Hugh Walker Individual338 3 31.47 nicola mcdaid SW Individual339 420 31.48 grainne mcgonagle SW Individual340 37 31.52 Mary Hegarty Brogan SW Individual341 34 31.52 Catriona McDaid SW Individual342 54 32.25 Daniel McDaid JM Individual343 72 32.50 rebecca fletcher Girls 16 Individual344 408 32.55 mary duddy SW Individual345 492 33.04 cormac mckelvey Boys 16 Individual346 168 33.09 siobhan mclaughlin SW Individual347 178 33.40 IRENE MCFADDEN SW Individual348 93 34.34 labhaoise temple W40 Individual349 92 34.34 seamus temple M60 Letterkenny A C350 198 34.35 LAURA ROBINSON SW Individual351 199 34.39 ANGELA QUINN SW Individual352 222 34.40 Andrea Anderson Walker Individual353 418 34.41 olive doherty W40 Individual354 208 34.42 Mark Moore Walker Individual355 236 35.04 Mary McHugh Walker Individual356 12 35.05 mark mcginty Boys 16 Individual357 234 35.08 Noreen Russell Walker Individual358 130 35.08 sharon mcfeely W40 Individual359 457 35.12 ANGELA SWEENEY W50 Individual360 11 35.36 conor mcginty Boys 16 Individual361 161 37.07 cathal sheridan M50 Individual362 33 37.15 Aine Carberry JW Individual363 467 37.38 lisa mackey SW Individual364 167 37.45 frances mcbride SW Individual365 96 38.45 patrick boyle Boys 16 Individual366 255 39.08 Geraldine Rodgers Walker Individual367 254 39.08 Maureen McBrearty Walker Individual368 75 39.23 kyle canning Boys 16 Individual369 124 39.47 corina gibbons JW Individual370 218 40.33 Eileen Quinn Walker Individual371 232 40.34 Caroline McMonagle Walker Individual372 211 40.35 Rosie Doherty Walker Individual373 253 40.40 Mary McBrearty Walker Individual374 205 40.56 Siobhan Goppert Walker Individual375 500 41.00 MARK MCCONNELL SM Individual376 233 41.07 Geraldine Carr Walker Individual377 702 42.52 RACHEL MULLEN Girls 16 Individual378 81 42.57 Anita O’Donnell SW Individual379 150 42.57 sue ellen henaghan SW IndividualTotal Runners: 379GLENSWILLY 5K A HUGE SUCCESS – AND THAT’S NO BULL! was last modified: June 19th, 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 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Donegal Bay Rowing Club are hosting the first regatta to be held in Donegal Town in 20 years next Sunday, July 15th.Clubs from all over the county will be joining us for traditional skiff and curragh racing. Racing is expected to kick of at 2pm.Children’s entertainment and refreshments will be available on the day at the pier. Please come along and support.Donegal Bay Rowing Club joined the RNLI for their annual fun day at the pier in Mountcharles on July 1st.Teams from Teelin, Loughross, Killybegs, and Traigheanach joined us for the event.A great day’s fun and racing was had by all. All proceeds raised by Donegal Bay Rowing Club were presented to RNLI after the event. Medals and trophies were presented and sponsored by Michael McGroarty stone from Mountcharles. DONEGAL TOWN TO HOST ITS FIRST REGATTA IN 20 YEARS was last modified: July 9th, 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:DONEGAL BAY ROWING CLUBregatta
Well done to our seniors who won Division One for the second time in three years and twelfth time overall after a brilliant performance in Glenties against Naomh Conaill the final score was 2-16 to 3-08 and thanks also to the massive traveling support that travelled to the match and indeed for all the support all season, our reserves finished their season with a 3-17 to 3-12 defeat to Naomh Conaill. Well done to Ryan McHugh on winning a well deserved All Star on Friday.Club MeetingThe final club meeting before the AGM takes place in Áislann Chill Chartha on Tuesday at 8:30pm all welcome. Ten Week Development DrawWeek Three Winners: €1,000 Connie O’Gara, Glencolmcille €500 Seamus J McGinley, Glencolmcille €300 Adam, Sophie, Louise and Kevin Barnes, Towney Road, Kilcar €200 Mary Conroy c/o Patrick McBrearty, Carmel Byrne, Riverside, Carrick and Tara and Aishling Molloy, Yonkers, New YorkClub GearWe have Club gear on sale in Áislann Chill Chartha with adult and kid’s club home jerseys, half zip tops, polo shirts, kit bags, shorts etc bobble hats are due back in stock shortly. Club AppWe have 237 members on our FREE mobile app if you would like to sign up just follow these steps to download your free team App for CLG Chill Chartha. 1. On your phone or iPad go to the app store 2. Search for Team App 3. Install Team App to your phone 4. Search for CLG Chill Chartha 5. Log in and register for the CLG Chill Chartha Club app. 6. You will receive an email notification when you are added you to the system.Lotto There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot so next week’s Jackpot is €3,000 this week’s numbers were: 1, 5, 11 and 13 winners were: €50 Goretti Kennedy, Cruckarra Kilcar €30 Declan Callaghan, Leitir, Kilcar €20 Hugh and Mary Ann Byrne, Straleel and Tom Glynn, Drimnafinagle.Club Bingo Jackpot €8,400 There was no winner of the Jackpot so it’s now €8,400 on 45 numbers; Club Bingo is on in The Parish Hall on Sunday nights at 8:30pm so please support to be in with a chance of winning the Jackpot and thanks to all who continue to support our Bingo! This week’s winners were: €220 Mary Ellen Urpin €80 Rose McFadden €70 Marion Boyle, Michelle Lowther, Mairead Byrne, Mary Gaisley, Jacqui Gallagher, Teresa Dolan and Karen Gallagher.For the latest news visit our website www.clgchillchartha.com you can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter at facebook.com/CillCharthaGAA and @KilcarGAAKilcar GAA club express their pride as Ryan McHugh wins an All-Star was last modified: November 8th, 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:GAAkilcarSport
Alli scored for England at the World Cup 3 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade The deal was so good, the White Hart Lane faithful even have a song for it, which includes him being hailed as better than Mesut Ozil.But they almost didn’t have him, as Brendan Rodgers explained in 2016.Alli grew up supporting Liverpool and loved Steven Gerrard so the club managed to get him, Karl Robinson, his MK Dons manager as well as his parents up to the city to talk about a possible transfer.“We thought we had him at Liverpool,” Rodgers said.“The manager of MK Dons actually drove him down to us. They played a game on the Saturday and we were playing West Ham on the Sunday.“We’d had contact with Dele, it was all above board, I was speaking with Karl Robinson and I spoke to Dele and his adoptive parents. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won REVEALED Dele Alli started his career at MK Dons, making his debut at the age of 16 in 2012 no dice Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions impact “Karl did really well with him and he came to me and said: ‘I’ve got a really exciting player, I’d love to see him at Liverpool’.“I spent a couple of hours in a hotel room with him and he wanted to come to Liverpool. It was all about getting the deal done with the club but unfortunately it never got done.“On Saturday evening we thought it had got done but eventually he went to Tottenham, which was frustrating and disappointing. He’s done really well there.” huge blow BEST OF Tottenham v Watford is live on talkSPORT 2 at 20:00 on Wednesday 26 September hereSpurs return to where they committed one of the steals of the century when they host high flying Watford at Stadium MK.It’s here, the home MK Dons, where Dele Alli made his way in professional football as he began the ascent from League One to the Premier League and eventually England international.And all he cost was £5million. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won 3 3 silverware Alli joined Tottenham in 2015 and has scored 38 Premier League goals in 111 games Spurs got the deal for Alli done in January 2015, but loaned him back to MK Dons for the rest of the season.Discussing the transfer with Football Focus in 2016, Alli said he did travel to Merseyside and was told he’d meet Gerrard.“At the time when I was at MK there was contact with Liverpool before I signed for Tottenham, but that was before we’d even spoke to Tottenham,” he said. “I think it was six months before.“We went up there and I think they knew that Steven Gerrard was my hero, so they said he was going to come down to meet me, but when I got there he was asleep apparently.“I think he had a game the next day though so I understand.”Finishing the season in Milton Keynes in 2015, he helped the club win promotion to the Championship and was named the Football League Young Player of the Year.“I was sad when I left but I knew it had to be done. It was a decision I made and to come into the Premier League, to come to Tottenham… I haven’t looked back since,” he told tottenhamhotspur.com.In his first season at Spurs his performances, where he scored 10 goals, won him the PFA Young Player of the Year award, which he picked up again the following year. In between came his first England cap and goal – a bloody good one at that – and he has since become a regular in the national team and scored in a World Cup quarter-final.Basically, he hasn’t done too badly for himself.Tottenham v Watford is live on talkSPORT 2 at 20:00 on Wednesday 26 September here Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? MONEY Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move ADVICE Most popular football news RANKED REVEALED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card
SEAMUS O’DONNELLThe death has taken place in Cardiff, Wales of Seamus O’Donnell, formerly of Meenmore, Dungloe. His remains will arrive at his late residence tomorrow, Thursday, at 2pm. Funeral mass on Friday at 11am in St Columba’s Church, Acres, followed by Belcruit cemetery. House private please from 11pm to 9am.LOTTIE JOHNSTON The death has occurred of Lottie Johnston, Church Road, Bundoran. Reposing at the Rock Nursing Unit Ballyshannon today, Wednesday, from 5pm until removal at 6.30pm to the Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bundoran to arrive at 7pm. Requiem Mass tomorrow, Thursday, at 11am. Burial afterwards in St. Ninnidh’s Cemetery Bundoran.DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012 was last modified: May 23rd, 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:2012DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR WEDNESDAYMAY 23
Eureka >> For his longtime coaching work at a school of less than three-dozen students, Southern Trinity High School head coach Clint Maybee was named the 2017 recipient of the North Coast Section’s Honor Coach award for volleyball.“To be awarded the NCS Honor Coach of the year is a big deal for our area,” Humboldt-Del Norte League commissioner Jack Lakin is reported to have said. “This is the first time a coach from our league has ever received this in the sport of volleyball. Coach Maybee …