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first_imgA player of Nimba County kickball team takes a kick during one of their matchesThe preliminary rounds of the ongoing National County Sports Meet yesterday continued across the country with several exciting and boring results from emerging from the second round of matches.Group IIn Gbanga, Bong Couty where Group I matches are being played, the Mountaineers of Nimba County advanced to the next stage of the competition after thrashing the ‘Wologize Boys’ of Lofa Couty 3-0 in the day’s first encounter. Nimba will take on Bong in their final match. In Group I second match, Bong, and Grand Gedeh failed to score a goal as both teams settled to a draw. The Nimbians are seated top of the group with six points, followed by Bong County with four points. Meanwhile, in kickball, Lofa girls also suffered a 3-4 defeat against Nimba, while Bong defeated Grand Gedeh 8-1 home runs.Group IIElsewhere in Group II, defending champions Montserrado County came from a goal down to defeat River Cess 2-1; tallying their points to four out of two games, while Grand Bassa and Margibi settled to a goalless draw. Montserrado and Grand Bassa are now leveled at the top with four points and a goal apiece. In their final fixtures, Montserrado will take on Grand Bassa, while River Cess will take on Margibi.In Kickball, Montserrado thrashed Rivercess  9-0 home runs. Bassa vs Margibi match will continue today after both sides played to a 0-0 home run in ten innings.Group IIIIn Group III that contains Grand Cape Mount, Bomi and Gbapolu counties, Bomi collected their first three points following a 2-0 win against Cape Mount and will take on Gbapolu in their second match. Cape Mount and Bomi are now leveled on three points, while Gbapolu remain at the bottom.Group IVMoving on to Group IV, Grand Kru County remain top of the group with following their 1-1 draw against Maryland county that are now seated in the third position with two points out of two matches. Sinoe County recovered from their defeat against Grand Kru and yesterday secured a 2-1 win against River Gee to move second in the group with three points. in the group’s final clashes, leaders Grand Kru will battle against River Gee, while Sinoe will take Maryland County.In the group’s kickball matches, Maryland edged out Grand Kru 4 to1 home runs, while Sinoe narrowly defeated River Gee 5-4 home runs.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgThe 14,551 students who sat the recent National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) will know their fate today as the results are expected to be announced by Education Minister Nicolette Henry at the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD).On March 28 and 29, 2018, Grade Six students from both public and private primary schools across the country wrote the examination so as to complete their primary education programme and gain entry into the secondary education system. They were tested in the areas of Mathematics, English, Social Studies, and Science.Last year, the highest possible score that could have been obtained was 529 marks in the combined subject areas.The Minister had at that time underscored that 2017’s results were an improvement over 2016’s and she once again observed that efforts would have been employed to ensure that this trend continued. The NGSA score is calculated by adding five percent of each candidate’s Grade Two scores in Mathematics and English, and 10 per cent of the Grade Four score in the same subjects.This is then added to 85 per cent of each candidate’s score in those subjects at the Grade Six Assessment. The combined scores in Mathematics and English were then added to the scores gained in Science and Social Studies.These students wrote their National Grades Two and Four Assessments back in 2012 and 2014 respectively.The NGSA was a replacement of the longstanding Common Entrance Examination, which was a one-off assessment at the Grade Six level.last_img read more

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first_imgKISSIMMEE, Fla. – On his first day at Houston Astros camp, Roger Clemens threw pitches and hit grounders to his son, Koby. That’s about all the baseball he feels like playing right now. He said Thursday he feels “very good” and “strong,” but knows that the older he gets, the harder it will be to get himself prepared for another season. “At one point, it’s not going to work out,” he said. “These are the questions I have to ask myself, that’s why I push myself so hard to find out before I get to that moment.” Clemens said he’ll wait until his agents, Alan and Randy Hendricks, get an offer he can’t refuse before he amps up his workout regimen. And even then, he might have doubts. “I don’t know what’s going to happen two months from now,” Clemens said. “I could get into the middle of a training session and know that I just can’t do it. That would be the easiest call for me to make.” Koby Clemens, a third baseman starting his second full season in the Astros’ minor league system, said his father told him last week he was “80-20” leaning toward not coming back. Then again, after the 2003 season Clemens said there was a 99 percent chance he would retire. “It’s a pretty serious number right now,” said Koby, the oldest of Clemens’ four sons. “I go, `Dad, right now, on the spot, if they asked you are you coming back or not, what are your percentages now?’ He said, `80-20.’ I go, `Coming back or sitting out the year?’ And he goes, `Probably sitting out the year.’ That was it.” On Thursday, Clemens wore a black Astros cap, black Astros T-shirt and white pants. But he said that doesn’t mean he’s favoring them over the Yankees or Red Sox. The fact that his son plays in the Astros’ farm system doesn’t give them an edge, he said. “He’s concentrating on what he needs to do,” Clemens said. “He doesn’t really care either way. That was the first time he really asked me, the other day in the gym.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! If he comes back, the 44-year-old said he’ll choose between his hometown Astros, the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Clemens said he’s not “milking” his decision in search of the highest bidder. He also said he’ll have no problem walking away when the time comes. “It’s 10 times harder to make the decision to come back and try to do it again,” he said. “I love what I do and I have high expectations to perform. When I don’t, it’s disappointing.” Clemens is on an easier workout regimen now than he was when he arrived at spring training last year to prepare for the World Baseball Classic. center_img The seven-time Cy Young Award winner is no closer to deciding whether he’ll play a 24th major league season. “Everybody knows where I stand. I don’t care to play, but if that decision comes up again, then it’s a big decision on me,” Clemens said Thursday. “It has nothing to do with anybody else. It’s a decision on me to go out and perform.” last_img
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first_imgThe schools split their Alpha League games this season, and both were reasonably close, Whittier winning by four points and Maranatha winning by two. “Yes, this time at least it seemed easier,” Heralds point guard Kim Yoshinaga said with a smile after she engineered the 19-point win. Whittier Christian spotted the Minutemen a quick basket and then went on an 8-0 run before finishing the opening quarter with an 11-7 lead. Neither team managed much offense in the second quarter, with the Heralds holding a 11-7 rebounding edge to increase their lead to 17-11 at halftime. “I thought we played a real gritty game for a first time in the semifinals,” coach Bill Crammer said. “We overcame our nerves in the second half and settled down. We played outstanding defense the whole game. “Jacko did a nice job of finishing off Whitley’s passes, and Whitley did a nice job of seeing the opportunity to get the ball to her.” Joseph finished with 12 points and Brown had eight rebounds. roger.murray@sgvn.com (562)698-0955, Ext. 3046 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LA MIRADA – Whitley Brown scored 13 points and had six assists, leading Whittier Christian High School to a 42-23 victory over Maranatha in Saturday’s CIF-Southern Section, Division V-AA playoff semifinals at Biola University. The victory put the Heralds in the school’s first CIF championship game in the sport. center_img “We all came out really hard. We had a lot of intensity. I’m so excited (to be in the finals). At the beginning, I didn’t think we would get this far. It seemed so far away at the time, the reality of it all.” Maranatha played without its leading scorer and rebounder, Natasha Herring, who missed the game because of a personal commitment. Without the 6-foot junior center, the Minutemen had no answer for Whittier Christian’s front line of 6-2 Jacko Joseph, 6-0 Kristen Schaefer and the 5-10 Brown. Brown was particularly effective in getting the ball inside to the other two, who helped the Heralds control the boards. “Without Natasha, we couldn’t prevent their big players inside from getting the ball,” Maranatha coach Duane Takayama said. last_img read more

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first_imgThe penultimate round of the Dunlop National Rally Championship, the Bailey NiteClub Redcastle Oceanfront Spa Hotel Donegal Harvest Rally took place on Saturday and attracted an entry of some 130 competitors.Fermanagh’s Garry Jennings (Mitsubishi) and his Letterkenny co-driver Rory Kennedy held off a late challenge from Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru WRC) to win rally. Jennings, who had originally planned to drive a Subaru WRC, reverted to his usual Mitsubishi and finished five seconds ahead of Maguire.Gary McPhillips/Gary McNern (Escort) was third – one minute and 32 seconds further behind. The Group N category was won by Trevor Bustard/Kenny Bustard (Mitsubishi).Monaghan’s, Sam Moffett (Mitsubishi), who did not take part, has won the Motorsport Safety Team Group N award within the Dunlop series.This video has highlights from Gleneely. DDTV: DONEGAL HARVEST RALLY VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS was last modified: October 9th, 2011 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:DDTV: DONEGAL HARVEST RALLY VIDEO HIGHLIGHTSlast_img read more

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first_imgGardai in Buncrana are investigating an attempted break-in at a local jeweler’s shop and also another “associated incident.”Gardai believe the incident happened around 2am on Saturday morning last at Crossan’s Jewelers at Lower Main Street in Buncrana.An alarm was activated and nothing was taken during the attempted heist. Garda Inspector David Murphy told Donegal Daily the investigation is still ongoing and cannot disclose too much information at this stage.“We are still in the middle of out investigation and because of operational reasons, we cannot say too much.“There was an attempted break-in to Crossans and also an associated incident.“We would appeal to any taxi-drivers or people who were out socialising at the time of this break-in to contact us if they noticed anybody acting suspiciously,” he said.    GARDAI INVESTIGATE ATTEMPTED BREAK-IN AT JEWELERY SHOP was last modified: December 11th, 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:break-inbuncranaCrossan’s Jewelerylast_img read more

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “They just wanted it more than we did,” Conquerors coach Ralph Eshom said. “They’re the defending league champions and my girls haven’t been to that plateau yet.” The Conquerors took command of the first game early when Stephanie Olivas served for nine consecutive points, including a pair of aces, and a 10-2 lead. She was helped with great defensive play by sophomore libero Kimberley Stupin. In what proved to be a precursor of things to come, the Conquerors seemed to lose their concentration letting the Bearcats back in the match. The Bearcats, behind the serving of Cara Simonsen, tied the game at 18 before the Conquerors went on a 7-1 run for the win. “I think Los Altos can play a lot better than that,” Bearcats coach Morgan Coberly said. “We didn’t pass well and their libero did a really good job. She passed well and played well defensively. We were trying to stay off her and we kind of, sort of, did.” The Bearcats faltered early but came back to earn a 19-25, 15-25, 25-22, 25-23, 15-13 victory over the talented, but inexperienced Conquerors. The win improved the Bearcats’ league record to 2-0 and gave them a head start toward defending their league title. Los Altos took a 13-3 lead and cruised to an easy 25-15 win in the second game. The Conquerors appeared to be in total control but showed their inexperience when they couldn’t finish off the Bearcats when they had the chance. “We went to Kellyanne (Kirby) in the third game,” Coberly said. “She kind of got us through that then we pulled it together.” The Bearcats, behind Kirby, the 2004 Miramonte League MVP, won the third game 25-22. “We also switched out middles,” Coberly said. “No. 1 (Leah Haproff) on their team was killing us. (Krista Hurley) is our leading blocker and she slowed her down a little bit.” The Conquerors had their chances in the fourth game, taking a 15-11 lead but Kirby and middle blocker Kellie Ruebsamen took over and pulled out a 25-23 win to send the match to a fifth game. The teams were tied at 12 when Hurley got a kill then served for a point. The Bearcats held on for the 15-13 win. “The key was Kellyanne Kirby,” Eshom said. “She just has way more experience than anyone on our team. They go to her every time and she came through in the clutch.” Kirby led the Bearcats with 25 kills and 25 digs. Ruebsamen had 11 kills and 22 digs. Haproff had 14 kills for the Conquerors and Debbie Beliakoff added 10. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img HACIENDA HEIGHTS — When first place is on the line in almost any sport, experience usually proves to be the difference. It was no different Tuesday night when defending Miramonte League girls volleyball champion Bonita High School traveled to Los Altos. last_img read more

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first_imgThe children’s ward at Letterkenny General Hospital will receive a very special delivery tomorrow.Letterkenny General HospitalBook specialists Folens are once again teaming up with Friends of Letterkenny Hospital to spread some festive cheer in the lead up to Christmas by donating their popular annuals; Súgradh, Siamsa, Sonas and Spraoi, for the children to enjoy.The company will donate 300 annuals for the children’s ward so sick children can enjoy reading for the rest of the year.  VERY SPECIAL DELIVERY PLANNED FOR LETTERKENNY GENERAL was last modified: November 4th, 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:annualsFolensLetterkenny General Hospitallast_img read more

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first_img4 Lanterns Ulster Senior LeagueResults & Reports 22.06.14DPD Division 1 Results Drumkeen Utd.   4   1   Fanad Utd.Swilly Rovers   1   5   Bonagee Utd.4 Lanterns USLFinn Harps Res.   2   3   Swilly Rovers Donegal News League CupGroup ABonagee Utd.   Cockhill CelticGroup BFanad Utd.   Letterkenny Rovers Reports Swilly Get Late WinnerFinn Harps Res.        2Swilly Rovers                       3 Harps started this game brightly and created a number of half chances, there best coming from Buchanan whose shot was blocked by Fisher which was well set up by Aaron Scanlon. There efforts paid off as on 14mins they took the lead after great work between Darragh Black, JP Malley played in Aaron Scanlon who finished expertly past Wade. Swilly responded well and created a number of chances, McHugh had a great chance to level as when he was played in by Jordan Toland, he rounded the keeper and Porter somehow got back to clear it off the line. Mark McGinley then made a great double save to deny Michael McHugh twice and from the resulting corner David Fisher headed wide. Conor McGlynn then made a great block to deny the onrushing McGeever at the back post. Harps finished the half brightly and had some neat passages of play in midfield and held out until the break.The second half didn’t take long to get going and with just 30 seconds gone Swilly equalised as from a Liam O’Donnell flick on, Laurence Toland finished at the back post to put Swilly back on terms.  Darren McGeever had a chance shortly after and McGinley made a great reaction to keep the scores level.  Harps got back in the game and started to push forward and from a Darragh Black cross JP Malley headed home in the 65th minute to put Harps back in the lead.  Dean McConnell had a good chance to extend the lead but he shot over under pressure from McDaid. In the 70th minute, Swilly equalised yet again as McGeever shot home from a Fisher cross. Both sides pushed on for the winner and the away side managed to get the winner in the last minute as from a Toland corner, Marty Boyle connected perfectly and finished high into the roof of the net to give Swilly the victory. A good enjoyable game all round.Finn Harps Res.: Mark Anthony McGinley, Conor McGlynn, Hugh Moy, Shane Porter, Dylan Quinn, David Ward, Dean McConnell, Shane Buchanan, JP Malley, Darragh Black, Aaron Scanlon.Swilly Rovers: Gareth Wade, David Fisher, Jordan Toland, Marty Boyle, Gareth Colhoun, Marty McDaid, Liam O’Donnell, Dylan Hegarty, Michael McHugh, Laurence Toland, Darren McGeever. Subs: Kyle Black for O’Donnell, Daniel O’Donnell for Fisher, Darren Dunworth for McHugh).League Cup Group BBig Win for RoversFanad Utd.                 1Letterkenny Rovers   5Letterkenny Rovers claimed all 3 points in this League cup encounter which puts them joint top of the group with Derry City Res. following an impressive 5-1 victory over Fanad Utd at a warm Leckview on Sunday afternoon. It all means that Rovers need a point at home to Finn Harps Reserves on Wednesday evening to qualify for the semi-finals.Letterkenny took to the field with a much changed line up with notable regulars Neil Lloyd, Matty Harkin, Owen Morrison, Glenn Gallagher, Stephen O’Donnell, Chris Malseed and Ryan Gildea all absent through a mixture of holidays, suspensions and being cup tied. In what was a cagey start to the game action was limited in the first twenty minutes with Daire McDaid for the visitors and Anthony Gorman for Rovers seeing long range efforts go over the bar. Rovers opening goal arrived on 26 minutes. The industrious Kevin McGrath did well to win a corner which was cleared by the Fanad defence as far as Kieran Doherty. He played the ball through to Anthony Gorman whose wonderful chipped cross to the far post found Darren McElwaine who rose to head powerfully past Joe Coll in the Fanad goal. This goal seemed to galvanise Fanad and they started to gain possession and created a couple of chances through Seimi Nani Friel and Mark Friel but both their shots went wide of the target. Rovers doubled their lead on 40 minutes. After some good work by Steve Okakpo the ball found its way to U16 international Gareth Doherty on the right. His defence splitting pass found McElwaine and he laid it back to Oisin McMenamin whose superb angled shot from 12 yards flew past Coll into the back of the net.Fanad started the second half the brighter and Seimi Nani Friel and Brian McVeigh had shots which went narrowly wide before Darren McElwaine shot straight at Joe Coll for the Letterkenny men on 56 minutes. Rovers didn’t have long to wait though for their third goal and end any lingering hopes of a Fanad comeback. Fanad lost the ball in midfield and as the ball found its way to Darren McElwaine he unselfishly played the ball through to substitute Kenny Doran, He did well to round the goalkeeper and roll the ball into the empty net.Rovers dominance was further emphasised on 71 minutes. Again Gareth Doherty – who was excellent throughout – was instrumental in the move with a super teasing cross which was like manna from heaven for McElwaine. His header was blocked by a combination of goalkeeper and defender but the ball fell into Aaron O’Hagan’s path and he made no mistake from 10 yards. Fanad did come into the game more and could have got a goal back after Kevin Murray headed narrowly wide from a corner on 80 minutes while they did pull a goal back on 87 minutes. Seimi Nani Friel with a super cross which reached substitute Declan Sweeney and his header found the target beating keeper Jason Quinn. Rovers weren’t finished though and they got their fifth right on 90 minutes. A Jonathan Minnock free kick came off the angle of crossbar and post and fell to John Doherty whose rasper of a hot flew high into the roof of the net giving Coll no chance.In the absence of so many of his squad Trevor Scanlon will be delighted at the commitment and tenacity of his team with a super all round team performance with some of his younger players to the fore like Gareth Doherty and substitute Liam Blaney to the fore while Fanad manager Michael Deeney admits it’s a work in progress for his side.Letterkenny next play Finn Harps on Wednesday while Fanad have a week off before travelling to play Cockhill when the league resumes on 6th July.Letterkenny Rovers; Jason Quinn, Kieran Doherty, John Doherty, Johnathan Minnock, Aaron O’Hagan, Anthony Gorman, Kevin McGrath, Gareth Doherty, Darren McElwaine, Oisin McMenamin, Steve Okakpo. Subs; Kenny Doran for McMenamin h-t, Liam Blaney for Gorman 60 mins, Kevin O’Donnell for McGrath 81 mins.Fanad Utd.: Joe Coll, James McCahill, Daire MCDaid, Seamie Coshia Friel, Kevin Murray, Jordan McBride, Mylie McBride, Seimi Nani Friel, Johnny Friel, Brian McVeigh, Mark Friel Subs; Caolan McDaid for McCahill 45, Jaydee Kiwaye for Johnny Friel 74, Declan Sweeney for Daire McDaid 74)Ref; Paul Duddy.League Cup Group ABonagee Hold HoldersBonagee Utd.                        0Cockhill Celtic          0The home side went into this game knowing that a defeat would mean that they exit this year’s league cup, but an excellent performance from them ensured that any one of the four teams in this group can still qualify.  The reigning League Cup holders started the game very well, controlling the game for the first fifteen minutes with their sharp passing and excellent movement off the ball. Neither goalkeeper was tested in the opening half, with both sides lacking that final touch in front of goal. The introduction of Garbhan Friel to the Cockhill side certainly gave the Bonagee defence problems, and he almost gave them the lead in the 62nd minute. A Brendan McLaughlin corner was met by Friel, and when it seemed destined to hit the net, Roy Duffy pulled of a terrific save to leave the score nil nil.  Bonagee had their chance to break the deadlock in the 74th minute when Jamie Lynagh weaved past two Cockhill defenders wide on the left and his ball across the six yard box was missed by the inrushing Aidan McLaughlin. The result sees Cockhill stay top of the group, and with Swilly Rovers and Drumkeen to play this Wednesday, all is still to play for in this group. Ref S Toner.Bonagee Utd: Roy Duffy, Gareth Breslin, Declan Lynch, Darek Frankowski, Daryl McDermott, Frankie McBrearty, Eoin Sheridan, Jamie Lynagh, Aidan McLaughlin, Anthony Appiah & Ryan McFadden.Cockhill Celtic: Gavin Cullen, Conor Keddy, Brendan McLaughlin, Johnny Havelin, Peter Doherty, Derek Doherty, Liam O’Donnell, Mal McDermott, Mark Moran, Gerard McLaughlin, James Bradley. DPD Div. 1Big Win for BonageeSwilly Rovers Res.              1Bonagee Utd. Res.               5Victory for Bonagee in a fairly one-sided affair at Swilly Park. Bonagee went ahead on 3 mins when Chris Moran’s corner was headed home by Paddy O Loan after Kevin Barr’s header had hit the post first. Bonagee went two up on 40 mins when Chris Moran’s low shot crept in at the near post. Ryan Mc Fadden made it three on 44 mins after a Mark Harkin cross.Kevin Doran with a low drive & Kevin Barr with a thunderbolt effort made it five. David Fisher got a consolation from the penalty spot near the end and Swilly’s Oisin Duffy was very unlucky with a fine 25 yard free kick which came off the bar. Moran & Barr both came close for Bonagee. Swilly lacked their usual flair & sparkle in the game & they will be hoping for a much improved performance next time out.Swilly Rovers: Caolan Bolton, Ryan McDaid, David Fisher, Anthony Fisher, Darren Dunworth, Kyle Black, Cormac Toland, Daniel O Donnell, Liam O Donnell, Brian Pyper, Kevin Coyle. Subs used: Glen McElhinney, Oisin Duffy, Martin McDaid.Bonagee Utd: Roy Duffy, Mark Harkin, Paddy Mc Laughlin, Paddy O Loan, Jack Lafferty, Jake Whelan, Ciaran Curran, Chris Moran, Ryan Mc Fadden, Kevin Barr, Kevin Doran. Subs: Sam Murray, Eamon Mc Cormack, Ciaran Mc Cormack, Conor Temple, Ciaran Gibson.Referee: Martin McGarrigle               FixturesWednesday, June 25th at 7:30pmDonegal News League Cup Group ADrumkeen Utd. v Swilly Rovers          Ref. T. McAreeGroup BLetterkenny Rovers v Finn Harps Res.           Ref. P. Coll Saturday, June 28th at 2pmDPD Div. 1Bonagee Utd. Res. v Drumkeen Utd. Res.      Ref. S. TonerFanad Utd. Res. v Letterkenny Rovers Res.  Ref. V. McLaughlinSunday, June 29th at 2pmDonegal News League CupGroup ACockhill Celtic v Swilly Rovers            Ref. P. CollDrumkeen Utd. v Bonagee Utd.           Ref. P. DuddyGroup BDerry City Res. v Letterkenny Rovers (Castle Park, Buncrana) Ref. T. McAree  Wednesday, July 2nd at 7:30pm Knockalla Caravans Cup Semi-final (E.T. & pens)Swilly Rovers v Cockhill Celtic            Ref. S. TonerAssistant’s P. Coll & P. DuddyDonegal News League Cup Group BFinn Harps Res. v Derry City Res.      Ref. V. McLaughlin     League Cup Group ATeamPWDLFA+/-PtsCockhill Celtic42207438Swilly Rovers32015416Drumkeen Utd.31026513Bonagee Utd.402216-52 League Cup Group BTeamPWDLFA+/-PtsLetterkenny Rovers4310145910Derry City Res.4310114710Finn Harps Res.310245-13Fanad Utd.5005419-150 DPD First DivisionTeamPWDLFA+/-PtsBonagee Utd. Res.11005143Letterkenny Rovers Res.11004133Drumkeen Utd. Res.21015503Fanad Utd. Res.201125-31Swilly Rovers Res.201126-41 4 LANTERNS USL: RESULTS, REPORTS, FIXURES AND TABLES was last modified: June 22nd, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:fixturesreportsResultssoccerUlster Senior Leaguelast_img read more

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first_imgA barmaid has been charged with allowing people to be drunk in her pub.Letterkenny court.Gardai revealed they visited the Millview Inn in Stranorlar at 3am on September 8th, 2013 and found nine people on the premises. Inspector John O’Toole told Letterkenny District Court that two people on the premises were very drunk.One of them had to be carried out of the pub while another was so drunk that he could not be woken.Gardai revealed they had called past the bar at 2am but did not suspect that anybody was on the premises.It was only later when they noticed a taxi pulling up outside the bar that they suspected there may be late-night drinking.Gardai spoke to barmaid Geraldine Bonar who was in charge of the bar.She said she accepted the seriousness of the matter and knew it was 3am but had no excuse why the bat was still open.Judge Paul Kelly asked solicitor Patsy Gallagher what excuse his client had for allowing two men to be “senseless drunk” on her premises at 3am.Mr Gallagher said hic client said one of the men had sneaked into the pub after being drinking in a different bar.However, he said she fully accepted she should have “kept a closer eye” but that she had no previous convictions.Judge Kelly fined Ms Bonar, 34, of Callancor, Drumkeen, €150 and dismissed other charges against her but stressed he was recording a conviction against her.BARMAID FINED FOR ALLOWING PEOPLE TO BE DRUNK IN HER BAR was last modified: September 13th, 2014 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:courtdonegalDrumkeendrunkGeraldine BonarMillview InnStranorlarlast_img read more

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