first_imgLeeds are breathing easier after finding a ready-made replacement for runaway PNG international Segeyaro, snapping up Parcell.Segeyaro was expected back at Leeds pre-season training in January but told the club he would not return from Australia and see out the final two years of his UK contract.However, Leeds chief executive Gary Hetherington said they would still require a hefty transfer fee from NRL clubs for Segeyaro – a situation he did not expect to change for the next two years.Leeds recently proposed a STG250,000 ($A427,000) fee for the ex-Penrith rake, who has been linked to NRL champions Cronulla.”The situation with James Segeyaro has not changed even though we have signed Matt Parcell,” Hetherington told The Yorkshire Post newspaper.”James Segeyaro remains on our register and on the (England governing body) RFL’s register as well and he may well remain for the next two years.”He will only be off that at the expiry of his contract but he remains on the transfer list and is available to anybody who makes an acceptable offer.”Segeyaro initially joined Leeds on loan from Penrith in July, helping them win nine of their last 10 matches and retain their Super League status.He signed a two-year contract in September, even removing a get-out clause in his Leeds contract.However, Segeyaro revealed after an off-season break he had been homesick at Leeds and did not want to leave Australia.Leeds moved to soften the blow of Segeyaro’s departure by snapping up Parcell.”He has a genuine interest in coming to England,” Hetherington said.”We have got someone who really wants to be here and who is going to be popular with the fans, players and everyone else.”He is coming into the prime of his career and is fully committed to being part of us for three years and, hopefully, longer than that.”last_img read more

first_imgIn fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced 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 MOST READ Tunisia coach says his team is feeling pressure The public is seeing a new side of the players. Not only are they more relatable but painted in a more sympathetic light, beyond the caricatures of millionaire mercenaries just chasing more money.“That connection with the supporters is really important,” coach Gareth Southgate said. “There have been perceptions about our players for a long time … so it’s been really good for our public to see how much it means to the players to play, to see a different side of their personality.”In a move unthinkable in years gone by, when a since-departed FA official blocked Rooney talking about his Christianity, defender Danny Rose recently opened up on his problems dealing with depression. Publicly praised by Prince William for raising awareness of health issues, Rose realizes how players can use their new platform to show their human side and inspire others.“A lot of people messaged me to say thank you, that they know someone who is going through this or has been through that and that I’ve helped them and given them the confidence to express themselves,” Rose said. “We have a lot of down time and I’m going to think of something to help others when I get back. I’ve got time to think while I’m here and when I get back from the World Cup about how I can go forward and help people.”It’s not just about the players feeding a voracious traveling media pack with material. Kieran Trippier, who is also Rose’s club teammate at Tottenham, told the left back he appeared no longer burdened by a private plight in England’s last World Cup warm-up game.ADVERTISEMENT Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial “I was playing with a bit of freedom,” Rose said of the victory against Costa Rica. “I think he’s got a point.”Southgate is credited with encouraging the warmer environment, far removed from the controlling regimes under Fabio Capello and Gary Neville, who was Roy Hodgson’s assistant for the dismal 2014 World Cup and 2016 European Championship last-16 humbling to Iceland. A bemusing, running theme in the British papers at Euro 2016 in France was the players’ refusal to divulge any details of a darts tournament. The squad has been overhauled by Southgate and it has even been playing darts with the media at the World Cup base near St. Petersburg.Southgate has been playing his part, going to fan forums in the buildup to the tournament to recognize the commitment and cost involved watching England abroad.“Sometimes those really good people who follow us are overlooked at the expense of some who have caused problems in the past,” Southgate said.Ultimately, results dictate the public mood and England hasn’t won a knockout game at any tournament since 2006.“It’s about how we perform,” Southgate said, “but there’s a bigger picture.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding “They appear more relaxed. They appear more normal,” supporter Gavin Hughes said, overlooking the Volgograd Arena where England opens its World Cup campaign against Tunisia on Monday. “They appear human. They are just lads playing football at the end of the day. That’s been the problem in the past. There’s more of a togetherness.”A defining clip of the 2010 World Cup was Wayne Rooney bellowing down the barrel of a camera after a 0-0 draw with Algeria: “Nice to see your home fans booing you, that’s what loyal support is.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownThat disconnect with the public has been bridged by the 23-man squad facing the media in a 45-minute, Super Bowl-style session before leaving for Russia. The English Football Association’s approach is in a marked contrast to club duty where they are largely closeted away, save for appearances with paying broadcasters or often in controlled appearances.“We’ve done a lot for the fans on social media so they can see what we are up to, which has not always been the case,” captain Harry Kane said Sunday. “It’s important while we have free time is to try to let the fans know what we are up to.” Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew England’s Harry Kane answers a question at a press conference for the 2018 soccer World Cup, at the Volgograd Arena in Volgograd, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. England play Tunisia in a group G match Monday June 18. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)VOLGOGRAD, England — Whatever happens to England at the World Cup, at least the reception facing the squad should be less brutal than it was in 2014 after its exit following the group stage.For once, the players can’t be accused of hiding away, retreating behind their headphones. The hallmark of England’s preparations for Russia has been shedding the past reticence to engage with the public, a calculated move by the team leadership to reconnect with a public disaffected by years of failure at tournaments and uninspiring performances.ADVERTISEMENT Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations LATEST STORIESlast_img read more

first_imgThe Monrovia Medical Unit erected by the United States Department of Defense to treat healthcare providers who came down with Ebola has been decommissioned and turned over to the Liberian government.The sophisticated mobile unit was built last year in Charlesville, Margibi County, by the Public Health Service under the Operation United Assistance (OUA) to provide adequate treatment for health workers contracting the Ebola virus while treating patients.Prior to the unit’s erection during the peak of the Ebola crisis last year, over 50 health workers died from contracting the virus while attending to patients. The Unit was built by US troops sent to Liberia to help fight the virus.Sharing his experience during the Ebola crisis, the commander of the Commission Corps Ebola Response in West Africa, Scott Giberson lauded Liberians for their resilience in observing health protocols.He said their response to the Ebola disaster also included yellow fever, tsunami, the 9/11/ terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, amongst others.He then commended the Government of Liberia and international partners who collectively joined forces to battle the Ebola virus that today Liberia stands to soon be declared free.He said 42 patients were cared for at the unit, and information from the public affairs section of the unit notes that nine persons survived from the virus.US Ambassador, Deborah Malac also lauded the United States Public Health Service team for its role in ending Ebola in Liberia.She emphasized that health workers were at high risk and were dying from the virus, but the coming of the US Public Health Service team, under the Operation United Assistance, created hope and safety for health workers.She, however, extended gratitude to the Liberian government and people, stressing, “If not for the extraordinary efforts of the Liberian government and the Liberians themselves, combined with the assistance of the United States and other international partners, the country would not be in the position that it is in today, that is, just days away from being declared Ebola-free.”Meanwhile, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf commended the United States Government and Public Health Service and said while the Liberian government, civil society and the media were finding solutions without knowing which direction to take, international partners, including the United States, China and others intervened to build the hope that Liberians can overcome.Counting lessons from the crisis, President Sirleaf indicated that the health system of Liberia collapsed during the crisis because Liberians themselves were not prepared.She also noted that despite the collapse of the health system, all Liberians participated by playing their roles in observing health protocols and carrying on contact tracing.Furthermore, she said partnership through which resources were mobilized to fight the disease immensely helped to put Liberia in the state it is today, thanking the US Government, China, and the European Union, and the rest of the partners for their humanitarian roles in the fight against the disease.She reiterated Liberia ‘s post-Ebola recovery plan to include the rebuilding of the country’s health system, education and infrastructures, and reminded partners of their commitment to assisting Liberia to meet these goals.The ceremony was attended by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, House Speaker Alex Tyler, members of the Diplomatic Corps, government officials and others.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgHowever, the district has again noted in a news release, it is important for haulers to clearly understand, permission to use the facility will not be provided until all information, forms and documents have been received, reviewed and approved.For that to happen, they must be delivered to the PRRD offices in either Fort St. John or Dawson Creek, and cannot be accepted by the attendant at the facility.For further information you can contact the regional district main office by calling 250-784-3200.- Advertisement –last_img read more

first_imgAs for the credibility of Ottawa’s criticism, the minister has reaffirmed the province’s 33 per cent reduction goal.“There’s no question that we met our interim target in 2012,” Polak goes on to say. “We certainly have out-preformed other provinces in seeing our GHG emissions decline [and] our GDP go up.”It was the Liberal government of Gordon Campbell which legislated the targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in 2007 and they not only call for a 33 per cent reduction by 2020, but also 80 per cent by 2050. “…There have been some fuel standards, yes. But by and large, they’ve been laggards on this issue.”Provincial Environment Minister Mary Polak was quick to respond to the criticism of the climatologist MLA.She argues the fact that Premier Christy Clark has been invited to address the G-20 on B.C.’s carbon tax is proof.“Internationally, we are viewed as leaders on the fight against climate change.”Advertisement This is not a new argument but Andrew Weaver is critical of the Clark government for promoting the LNG industry development, which he claims would make it impossible for the province to reach the already legislated target of a 33 per cent reduction in emissions by 2020.The government continues to insist it is a leader in fighting climate change, but Mr. Weaver says that claim no longer has any credibility.“You can say we’re ‘world-class this,’ ‘word-class that,’ [but] the reality is we’re not,” says Weaver. “We were – we’re not.”- Advertisement -His comments follow federal government accusations this week that B.C. is lagging behind the rest of the country when it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.However, Mr. Weaver, while agreeing with that statement, also had some choice words for the Harper government.“It’s a bit of a ‘pot calling the kettle black’ there,” Weaver goes on to say. “What have the feds done? Almost nothing – in fact, pretty close to nothing.”Advertisementlast_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsWhile it is too early to tell how much the toll roads will cost to build, officials are examining options such as those already in place along the 91 Freeway. Fasana said. There, drivers purchase “FasTrak” passes equipped with radio transmitters that charge their accounts based on the time of day that they use the freeway’s express lanes. “I think if we are able to make this work in the San Gabriel Valley,” Fasana said, “it may control demand by making people use the freeway during off-peak hours when they can use it for cheap.” MTA officials are also looking at tiered pricing, in which vehicles with one occupant would pay a higher fee than those with two or three. Fasana said allowing those with four or more occupants to use the toll lanes for free is also “on the table.” Most important to Fasana is the fact that state law would require that revenues generated by the toll roads be spent on transportation improvements along the road’s route, and not elsewhere. “My hope is to go beyond that and have the cities along the corridor decide how the funding is used,” said Fasana. According to an Orange County Transportation Authority report on the 91 Express Lanes, the toll route made $44.2 million last year, nearly 12 percent more than in 2005. About $1.6 million of that money was used to repave portions of the 91 Freeway. Any revenues from the toll roads in the San Gabriel Valley could go toward the Gold Line extension along the 210 corridor, or direct carpool connections from park-and-ride lots along the 210 and 10 freeways, Fasana said. “Right now we have a million projects out there that can be done, and we could certainly use the extra money,” he said. “(Toll roads) could get us there.” La Verne Mayor Jon Blickenstaff, chairman of the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority, was cautious about how beneficial the toll roads would be. “I want to get more information about the specific details to see how it will impact our area and how much money could be raised,” said Blickenstaff, adding that any revenues should be used locally. “My question is how do you tax these commuters equitably?” Transportation advocates, including the Automobile Club of Southern California, wonder if the plan would actually worsen the commute on the area’s already congested carpool lanes. That is a possibility if the program is not implemented carefully, said Lisa Schweitzer, a transit policy expert at USC’s School of Policy, Planning and Development. “If it is priced based on time of day, there is a possibility of overburdening (the lanes) if the prices aren’t set high enough,” said Schweitzer, adding that the pricing scheme used in Orange County has worked to reduce congestion there. While drivers might consider the concept of paying to use the freeway as bordering on the blasphemous, from a policy perspective it makes sense, Schweitzer said. “Right now we have an unjust system and drivers really should pay as much of their costs as possible,” she said, adding that it makes sense to invest the revenues from the tolls into mass transit projects like the Gold Line. “You don’t go into a store and ask them to give you apples at a subsidized cost.” Revenues that have traditionally been used to subsidize roadways, including the gas tax, have obviously been insufficient, Fasana said. State gas tax revenues have often been diverted to non-transportation related projects in the past. “In this case it is something we have to do,” he said. “There is frustration from people that vote for these taxes, and transportation bonds, and then see them evaporate elsewhere in the system.” (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Local officials want to divert money that would come from proposed toll roads for transit projects such as the Gold Line extension. Prices have yet to be determined. But a similar toll road on the 91 Freeway in Orange County charges drivers anywhere from $9.50 during the Friday evening rush hour to $1.20 at midnight weekdays and weekends. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board voted Thursday to join Caltrans in applying for federal funds through a program that helps cities convert carpool lanes into toll lanes. Preliminary plans call for targeting carpool lanes along the 10 and 210 freeways through the San Gabriel Valley. The toll lanes could become operational by late 2009, said Duarte Councilman John Fasana, a member of the MTA Board. last_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “At this point, I think it’s more likely we would want to do more research,” Summerbell said. The pollsters told residents they were calling to determine the level of support for a school-improvement measure and named several possible projects that would be funded, Summerbell said. The projects included a junior high gymnasium at Boron High School; health and safety improvements; upgrading of facilities, including libraries and science labs; repairing and replacing leaky roofs and old windows; and improving student access to computers and technology. Of those polled, 64.5 percent said they would support a bond, 6.5 percent said no, and 29 percent were undecided. No monetary amounts were mentioned, Summerbell said. District officials earlier said they were considering a $6 million bond that would levy taxes on homeowners in Boron and North Edwards of less than $25 a year. The board voted in December to hire consulting firm Caldwell Flores Winters, an Emeryville, Ca.-based company that has helped get bond measures passed in other Antelope Valley school districts. The average assessed valuation in Boron and North Edwards is $47,000 for single-family residences, district officials said. District officials have said the bulk of the tax payments would come from U.S. Borax’s huge open pit mine and plant in Boron. Karen Maeshiro, (661) 267-5744 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NORTH EDWARDS – A telephone survey indicated nearly 65 percent of the Muroc Joint Unified School District’s registered voters would support a bond measure to build and improve school facilities. The survey by a consultant hired by the school district polled 660 voters, mostly in the communities of Boron and North Edwards but also on Edwards Air Force Base, though base residents would not be affected by a bond because they don’t pay property taxes. “The company that we are exploring the bond issue with did a very brief and general survey of registered voters in our district to see what the initial reaction would be from people in our district if we were to do a bond issue,” Superintendent Mike Summerbell said. The results of the survey were discussed at Wednesday’s board meeting. Trustees have not decided whether to pursue a bond, and if they do, it will most likely be placed on the November ballot rather than the June ballot. last_img read more

first_imgDunkineely/Bruckless/Killaghtee NewsDunkineely Community Ltd Office Hours Please note that DCL Office Hours will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Tuesdays and Thursdays are dedicated to projects outside the office. If someone is in the office on these days, please come in. Car Boot SaleA Car Boot Sale is planned for Saturday September 5th at Killaghtee. This is an extra event to make up for the cancellation of the June Bank Holiday wash-out Car Boot Sale. Fingers crossed for reasonable weather!  Men’s Walk Over Slieve LeagueDunkineely Methodists are organising a walk up Slieve League on Saturday the 5th September, meeting at Carrick supermarket at 11am. For more information ring Rev Davis on 9737052 or 0894831156. All are welcome. Words and MusicMeas Writers’ Group will be having an evening of song, poetry and readings, in the Manhattan Steakhouse in Donegal Town on Wednesday 9th September at 8pm. Featuring local and Irish-American performances. Nursing StudiesSt. Catherine’s V.S. Killybegs, still has places still available on its FETAC Level 5 Nursing Studies course commencing in September.  Contact 074 9731491 for details. Autumn Program of Courses DCL is trying to put together an autumn program of courses and would love to hear for people who are interested in any of the following courses.Basic Computers*Calligraphy*1st Aid (Basic 1 day)*1st Aid (3 day Occupational) *Defibrillator CourseCreel Making*Carpentry*Art*Creative WritingInterior design *Upcycling (i.e. converting old and waste materials into something new and useful)Family HistoryThe courses marked with an asterisk (*) have been run before.If you are interested in any of the above, please call to the DCL office, phone us on 0749737678 (9:30-12:30)  or email us on Also if anybody has any ideas for courses, please let us know.Photoshop – An Introduction To Image Manipulation Dunkineely Community Ltd is hoping to run an introductory course for people who already have Photoshop on their computers. Contact us if you are interested on 074 9737678 (9:30-12:30) or at dunkineelycommunity@gmail.comAdult Religious Education Course8/10 weeks – one evening per week starting in September (PG).  Topics covered:  Baptism, Penance, Eucharist, Extreme unction, Holy Orders, Matrimony, Our Lady, The Saints.  This will be a short course with basic information on the Sacraments and is suitable for anyone with an interest in Catholicism.  It will be helpful for those who would like to gain more knowledge about the faith; the title of the course is “I Believe”.  Contact Parochial House Bruckless 074 97 37015 for details/booking.  The cost will be €5 per night to cover rent/course materials/refreshments. Ceol agus CraicTraditional music session each Wednesday at McIntyre’s Bar, Dunkineely at 10pm. All musicians and singers welcome.Recovery from Emotional DistressG.R.O.W. – Gradually, Regaining, Our, Wellbeing! Support and a program for recovery. Weekly Meetings at Niall Mor Centre, Killybegs on Thursday evenings at 7:30pm. Also in the Day Hospital, adjacent to Donegal Hospital on Tuesday evenings at 8:00pm. For further information contact Marian on (086)7856912. All are welcome. DCL OfficePlease feel free to pop into the office any morning Mon-Fri 9.30-12.30 and chat with Michael, use the Internet (20c per half hour),  print or photocopy documents (20c per page) or borrow a book (20c per book).Going on a Sun Holiday?Print your Boarding Pass with us in the DCL office.Researching a Family Tree?DCL has a copy of the adjoining Methodist Church index of Births & Marriages 1860 -1899 (Ardara and Dunkineely). Also the Burials Register for the same congregations from 1950 to 2007.LibraryDunkineely Community Ltd (DCL) –  Has a small library of over 500 books from Children’s Literature, Teenage Fiction (The Fault in our stars), Classics (Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice), Horror, Comedy, Booker-Prize etc.  Borrowing 20c per book.COMMUNITY NOTICE: DCL LAUNCH VAST RANGE OF EXCITING NEW AUTUMN COURSES was last modified: September 3rd, 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:FeaturesNoticeslast_img read more

first_imgSENIOR FOOTBALL. Our senior footballers took on Naomh Bríd in near perfect conditions in Mac Cumhaill park. We were slow to start and missed several chances, whilst Naomh Bríd took all their opportunities. Half time had Mac Cumhaills trailing by 7 points.There was a massive improvement in the second half, with Mac Cumhaills moving the ball quickly into the inside forwards. Mac Cumhaills levelled with 3 mins to go and added another 2 points, including a superb long range effort from David White. Final Score Mac Cumhaills 2-10 Naomh Bríd 0-14. Scorers were Marty O Reilly 1-08(1-05 from play), Benny Mc Loughlin 1-01 and David White 0-01. Please see our Facebook page for a full match report.RESERVE FOOTBALL.Our reserves played Naomh Bríd. Management of the reserves have used a lot of new players in the team and it payed dividends. All new players played extremely well and overall this was a very good team performance. Scores were Stephen Mulligan 1-02, Mark Dorrian 0-03, Ryan Duffy 0-01, Chris Gallen 0-05, Paddy Kelly 1-02 and Seamus Mc Ginty 0-01. Well done lads. THIRD TEAM. Training for the 3rd team this Tue at 8.30pm.We need everyone to attend as our first match is away to Pettigo on Sat night at 7.00pm. For more details contact Anthony Logue 0876830320.SENIOR HURLING. Our senior hurlers play Na Seamroga in the quarter final of The Tain Club Hurling league on Sat in Mac Cumhaill park at 2.00pm. Please support the lads as they progress through this competition SENIOR LADIES FOOTBALL.Anyone wishing to play or help out with the Ladies team please contact Enda on 086 8876401.UNDER 16. Well done to our under 16’s who beat St Eunans in Mac Cumhaill park on Sunday evening. Two wins in the last 2 games. Well done lads.FIXTURES.Under 14 Girls away to Glenfinn Wed 4th at 7.00pm.Under 14 Hurling. Away to St Eunans Thur 5thUnder 18 Hurling. Home to St Eunans Thur 5th.Seniors and Reserves are home to Killybegs on Good Friday. First match 6.00pm.Senior Hurlers home to Na Seamroga Sat 7th at 2.00pm. Third Team. Away to Pettigo Sat 7th at 7.00pm.Under 16 Football. Home to Carndonnagh. Check facebook for match times.Please keep an eye on our Facebook page. We will update any changes to fixtures etc.CONGRATULATIONS The annual Donegal awards Banquet took place in the Abbey Hotel on Fri 30th March. Sean Mac Cumhaills was well represented, with 17 players receiving 22 medals. Mac Cumhaills players received medals for Ulster U21 Hurling Shield, Lory Meagher Winners 2011, Lory Meagher Runners up 2010, Ulster U21 Championship medals and All Ireland runners up.Well done lads, you are a credit to the club. For a full list of our medal winners, please see our Facebook page.DONEGAL V ARMAGHHelp is needed for this game. Steward’s, shop, programmes etc. Anyone interested in helping out, please contact Peter 0872363337.REGISTRATIONRegistration is now overdue for 2012. ALL players and members must be registered before 31 March 2012. If you are not registered before this date, it will affect your player insurance and your voting rights at the AGM. Please contact Stephen Lynch 0874147764. Cost of membership is: €70 for Family membership, € 30 for Adults and €10 for children.MAC CUMHAILL’S CLUB LOTTOThere were no winners of the lotto this week. Numbers were 10,23,25,28.There were no match 3 winners.Three names drawn out were Tessie Galvin, Nora Gallagher and Jason Mc Ginty.Each receives €30NEXT WEEK’S JACKPOT IS A MASSIVE €9,000€2 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €100€5 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €240.Contact any club committee member for detailsIF YOU’RE NOT IN, YOU CAN’T WIN!!!!!!!UNDERAGE TRAININGTraining for underage teams is as follows,THERE IS NO TRAINING FOR UNDER 6’S, 8’S AND 10’S THIS WEEK.Under 12’s Boys:We have changed to Tuesdays 6.00-7.15. Contact Luke Gavigan 0877980865Under 6’s Boys and Girls: Wed 5.30pm. On Astro pitch Contact Alan Martin 0861723899Under 8’s: Boys and Girls : Wed 6.30 on Astro pitch.Contact Noel Doherty 0866028868Under 10’s Boys. Wed 6.30- 7.30 on Training pitch, weather permitting.Contact John Burke 0868185915Camogie: Under 12/14 Tues 6.00-7.00All ages Fri 6.00-7.00pm.All new players welcome.Girls Underage FootballTraining for girls 14-18 is on Thurs 5.45pm and Sundays 11.45am.New players welcome. Contact Michael Gordon 0877941058FOR SALEClub socks and togs for children up to age 14 and Canning hurls from sizes 26 – 35. Please contact John Burke at 086/8185915 for order form. IDEAL BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.MAC CUMHAILL’S BINGOMac Cumhaill’s Weekly Bingo is in Jackson’s Hotel this week at 8.30pm. Everyone Welcome.CLUB MEETING’SClub meetings will be held on the Last Monday of every Month at the Clubhouse. Any person wishing to get involved in the club please come along or contact any member.The Clubhouse bar is now taking bookings for parties: Contact Simon at 085 1503092 for moreGAA NOTES: SEAN MACCUMHAILLS was last modified: April 2nd, 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:Sean MacCumhaill GAA noteslast_img read more

first_img 1 LIVING THE DREAM RANKED targets Anthony Martial leaving the club symbolises everything that’s wrong with the club. He’s 22 and could be here for the next ten years, yet Mourinho doesn’t use him because he’s hardly developed. It’s a one shot lottery for Jose next season. No league title and he’s gone. #mufc— Jamie (@zJamie_) June 14, 2018 Martial looks set to leave Old Trafford this summer IN DEMAND LATEST Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Is it only me that believes @ManUtd need to dispense of Mourinho for the sake of the future of the club? Pogba, Rashford, Martial & Shaw all unhappy & why? Shaw once rated best upcoming full back, Rashford & Martial are 2 of the most exciting up & coming wingers! Pogba is awesome— Gareth Earnshaw (@GarethEarnshaw1) June 14, 2018 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland targets Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti REVEALED Anthony Martial looks set to leave Manchester United this summer, and fans are not happy.Although the France international has delivered for the Red Devils when called upon, he has never been able to nail down a first team spot under Jose Mourinho. The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Mourinho needs to go! Can’t afford Martial to be sold! This club is going bonkers #mufc— Abhishek (@Abhi_ggmu) June 14, 2018 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Twitter users flocked to the social media site and seemed to lay the blame solely at Mourinho’s feet for the starlet’s decision to quit Old Trafford.Check out the best reaction below! The arrivals of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez have pushed the 22-year-old even further down the pecking order.And now, it seems the France international has had enough.His agent revealed on Wednesday that the forward ‘wants to leave Manchester United’.After missing out on selection for the World Cup, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea appear to be the two sides set to offer Martial an escape route.But United fans are not happy. Mourinho has just pulled a de bruyne and salah on martial. Guy is going to be stupidly good. I see it already.— $0NNi£ (@idaks_official) June 14, 2018 Latest Transfer rumours We sold Martial the day we signed Jose Mourinho. U can’t teach an old dog new tricks. The only reason rash will stay is bcos he’s English. Jose will ruin us. Watch this space…— Sanford (@shatti_rahmoney) June 14, 2018 Kevin De Bruyne, Mohamed Salah, (Anthony Martial?)The Mourinho effect— Digby’s Ghost (@RIP_Digby) June 14, 2018 At this point I’d rather see Mourinho leave than Martial #mufc— Daniel Hankey (@danielhankey) June 14, 2018 moving on Anthony Martial is being wasted by Jose Mourinho and it really breaks my heart💔💔.— Dee💪 (@deemandiya) June 14, 2018 Wonder what Mourinho’s excuse will be when martial starts performing at his new club.— HM (@mrraumdeuter) June 14, 2018last_img read more