Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense A man, who Keen identified as Sherra Wright’s husband, attended the hearing, the newspaper reported. He did not speak to reporters.A December statement from the Shelby County district attorney’s office in Tennessee said Sherra Wright and a landscaper named Billy R. Turner conspired to kill Lorenzen Wright.Turner was arrested last month after a gun used in the killing was discovered in a lake in Mississippi. He also has been charged with first-degree murder. He has pleaded not guilty.Sherra Wright received $1 million from her ex-husband’s life insurance policy. She agreed to a settlement in 2014 in a court dispute over how she spent the money meant to benefit their six children, the Commercial Appeal newspaper in Memphis has reported.ADVERTISEMENT FILE – In this Sept. 29, 2008, file photo, Cleveland Cavaliers’ Lorenzen Wright poses at the team’s NBA basketball media day in Independence, Ohio. The ex-wife of former NBA player Lorenzen Wright will not fight authorities’ attempt to send her from California to Tennessee, where she’s charged with killing him nearly eight years ago. The Desert Sun newspaper reports that Sherra Wright briefly appeared in Riverside County Superior Court on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, agreed to go back to Tennessee to face first-degree murder charges.(AP Photo/Mark Duncan, file)RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The ex-wife of former NBA player Lorenzen Wright will not fight authorities’ attempt to send her from California to Tennessee, where she’s charged with killing him nearly eight years ago.Sherra Wright briefly appeared in Riverside County Superior Court on Monday and agreed to go back to Tennessee to face first-degree murder charges, the Desert Sun newspaper reported.ADVERTISEMENT Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Authorities now have 30 days to bring her to Memphis, where Lorenzen Wright’s decomposing body was found in 2010. The 34-year-old had been shot multiple times.He played for 13 seasons as a forward and center in the NBA, including several for the Grizzlies in Memphis, where he was born and raised.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSherra Wright was arrested in December. Her attorney, Eric Keen, would not say Monday why she decided to waive extradition after previously vowing to fight it. Keen said lawyers in Tennessee will now take over the case.Superior Court Judge David Gunn asked Sherra Wright several questions to make sure she understood she would be extradited. Each time, she said, “Yes.” Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals LATEST STORIES Wawrinka not worried about knee, says he’s ready for Aussie Open 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 Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ
Stanley Bronne’s wife, Alicia, with her baby and her mother-in-law, Sharmilla Bronne, and grandmother-in-lawThree weeks after a driver collided with a Berbice fisherman, causing his instant death and fleeing the scene, family members are calling for justice.It was on April 23, 2019, that Stanley Bronne met his demise.The 30-year-old fisherman was hit in front of his Lot 7 Number 11 Village, East Coast Berbice home.The driver, a 37-year-old businessman of Diamond, East Bank Demerara, did not stop at the scene after the impact.Villagers pursued him with a car. The car they stopped was being driven by an off duty policeman. He was apprehended five villages away.The dead man’s mother, Sharmilla Bronne, said that the family is not satisfied with what has been happening as it relates to the investigation.“When we go to the police, the police tell us that the documents gone to the DPP [Director of Public Prosecutions] and when we go to the DPP they tell us that no documents are there,” she told Guyana Times.Divisional Commander, Assistant Commissioner Paul Langevine in an invited comment said that the police are investigating the matter. Commander Langevine said he was unaware that the driver is an ex-policeman.The dead man’s grandmother told this newspaper that what the family is being told does not add up and they are concerned about the integrity of the investigation.“We went to meet the Commander and I told him what happen and he call someone at the station when I told him that the vehicle is not at the station. He called two times. I don’t know who he spoke with but the Commander was make to understand that the vehicle is there and where as we saw that the vehicle is not there,” the woman related.She said they were informed that the police officer who drove the vehicle which was involved in the accident was out of the station compound.Meanwhile, the dead man’s wife, Alicia, noted that Bronne died leaving her and two children – aged two and two-months-old. She explained that she is not working and because of having a young baby it is difficult to go out to work.Meanwhile, his mother is calling on the Police Commissioner and the Public Security Ministry to intervene in the case to ensure justice is served.
0Shares0000Basra Sports City stadium in the southern Iraqi city is set to host the first international football tournament to be played in the country since the 1950s © AFP/File / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALIBAGHDAD, Iraq, May 21 – Iraq is to host a West Asia Football Federation championship in the southern city of Basra in November, the first international tournament to be staged in the country since the 1990s.Iraqi authorities late Sunday hailed WAFF’s invitation to host the tournament, following the decision in March of world football’s governing body FIFA to lift a three-decade ban on Iraq hosting international football. Iraq is now “eager to organise a major footballing event and to show that it is ready at all levels”, Iraqi Football Association spokesman Kamel Zaghir told AFP, confirming Basra would host the tournament between 12 Arab countries.For years, Iraq has been busily building and upgrading stadiums and campaigning for its return to the international fold.FIFA’s decision followed an international friendly between Iraq and Saudi Arabia in the ultra-modern stadium in Basra on February 28.Iraq has not played competitive internationals on home turf since its 1990 invasion of Kuwait.The ban, covering all but domestic matches, stayed in place after the US-led invasion of 2003 that toppled dictator Saddam Hussein.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
“We need a new policy,” said board member Rob Collins, a former teacher for more than three decades who pushed the issue to the forefront. “Every school has a different policy. It should be more uniform. Parents need to work with teachers to better reach a solution. The teacher has a right to be informed.” School board member Carla Kurachi said she is not sure she can support the proposed policy because all complaints – anonymous or not – should be investigated. “I have a problem with this,” she said. “If they investigate and it’s true, what difference does it make if it’s anonymous? There have been incidents of severe inappropriate behavior that’s been anonymously reported and found to be true. I would hesitate to ignore them. If it’s true, you take appropriate action.” Kurachi said some parents might not want to disclose their names out of fear of retribution. Angie Valencia-Martinez, (805) 583-7604 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SIMI VALLEY – Under a proposal by local school officials, anonymous complaints against teachers would not be used to take disciplinary action against them. The new rule would bar the Simi Valley Unified School District from taking formal action against any of the district’s 1,000 teachers without first disclosing pertinent information to the employee – specifically, the complainant’s name. The proposal, being drafted by Arleigh Kidd, a teachers union leader, and the district’s assistant superintendent of personnel services, Don Gaudioso, must be approved by the five-member school board and would change the way schools handle complaints about staff members. “It’s not fair to the employee unless they know all the details,” Gaudioso said, adding that the proposal would be ready by month’s end. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Now, most complaints are handled at the school site at the discretion of administrators. A written policy, revised in 1995, details a step-by-step process of handling complaints concerning school personnel, but makes no mention of anonymous sources. The policy states that a parent or guardian with a complaint should attempt to resolve the issue with the teacher personally. If that doesn’t work, the school principal can get involved and open an investigation. If the complaint remains unresolved, the superintendent makes the final decision. Kidd, former Simi Educators Association president, said anonymous complaints have unfairly been used to take formal action against teachers in the past, including one case in which a teacher was going to be put on “an improvement plan.” Teachers are entitled to respond to the charges and tell their side of the story, he said. “Anonymous information should not be used at all,” said Kidd, now executive director of a local chapter of the California Teachers Association. “You have a right to know who your accuser is. How can you defend yourself when you don’t even know who is accusing you?” The policy should make its way to the school board in February or March, officials said.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsJackson was acquitted of the child molestation charges last year. Many jurors said a lack of credibility on the part of the woman and her children on the witness stand were major factors in their verdicts. During the trial in Santa Maria, she invoked Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination on the welfare fraud issue and did not testify about it. Fans of the superstar want to throw the book at her if she is convicted in the welfare case, the prosecutor said. He said he has explained that prison usually is not the sentence in first-time welfare fraud cases involving small amounts of money. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The woman whose son claimed Michael Jackson molested him at Neverland ranch was ordered Friday to stand trial on felony charges that she stole $8,000 from the government through welfare fraud. The 37-year-old woman waived her right to a preliminary hearing during an appearance in Superior Court and was set for arraignment June 21 on a count of welfare fraud and four counts of perjury by falsely applying for welfare. She answered “yes” when asked by the prosecutor if she waived her rights. She was released without bail. The woman did not speak to reporters as she left and a call to her attorney seeking comment was not immediately returned. The Associated Press has withheld her name to protect the identity of her son because he has claimed to be a molestation victim.
REPORTSSaturday 30th January 2016Glencar Inn Saturday Reserve Division St. Catherines Reserves 3 Glenree United Reserves 1(No Report Submitted)Sunday 31st January 2016Ulster Junior CupGlenea United 1 Moville Celtic 3 In wet conditions Glenea continued their good run in the Ulster Cup with a hard earned victory over Moville. The home side started well and took the lead in the first minute when Ciaran Mc Geady got onto a Jason McGee pass and Mc Geady fired home from the edge of the box. Glenea extended their lead on 5 minutes when Kevin Mulhern picked up a loose ball in midfield and from 25 yards found the corner of the net. Glenea continued to look for a third goal but as the half progressed Moville came more into the game and had a number of chances to score but failed to convert them. On the stroke of half time Glenea got their third when Moville failed to deal with a free-kick and it broke to Ciaran Mc Geady and he found the net again. In the 2nd half Moville pushed hard for a goal and the home side were content to play on the break. Joe Doherty forced a couple of good saves from Ciaran Gallagher in the home goal, but Glenea looked dangerous on the break and went close on a couple of occasions to extending their lead with Ciaran Mc Geady hitting the bar. Moville pulled a goal back on 90 minutes when Joe Doherty scored with a fine shot from the edge of the box. In a good team performance Sean Coll, Jason McGee and Ciaran Mc Geady were at the fore for Glenea, while Joe Doherty was best for Moville. Referee: Marty Mc Garrigle.Kildrum Tigers 7 Lifford Celtic 0Kildrum started brightly and were two up within 10minutes, goals from Mickey Crossan and Glenn Bovaird. Two became three when Glenn Bovaird scored a great free kick just before half time. Gareth Colhoun then scored after a good solo run. Kildrum dominated the 2nd half with two goals Reece Laird and one from O’ Donnell. Great team performance from Kildrum. Best for Lifford was Colin CarlinAileach 3 Erne Wanderers 2(No Report Submitted)Cavan Town 1 Convoy Arsenal 0 (No Report Submitted)Ulster Junior ShieldKS Eagles 1 Glencar Celtic 5Declan Scanlon has scored many important goals for Glencar Celtic. His strike to open the scoring against KS Eagles in the Ulster Junior Shield on Sunday afternoon will surely rank among those for future discussion. Eddie Mc Laughlin added two to the Donegal League side’s tally while stand-in goalkeeper Paddy O’ Kane saved a penalty to keep the Letterkenny men on course for the next round. Eugene O’ Sullivan and Jordan Mc Ginley completed the scoring.Moville Celtic 1 Glenea United Reserves 3(No Report Submitted)Brian Mc Cormick Premier DivisionRathmullan Celtic 2 Kilmacrennan Celtic 1A last gasp strike in injury time from super striker Eamonn Sheridan sealed a dramatic 2-1 win for Rathmullan over local derby rivals Kilmacrennan to put the Hoops in title contention after Gary Gorman’s opener was cancelled out by Ryan McCullough’s stunning equaliser at the end of the first half. At a rain soaked Flagpole field, the Hoops thrashed out a much needed but thoroughly deserved win to put their title credentials back on track as a resolute Kilmac defence narrowly lost out on a point having soaked up all of the pressure for the majority of the game with Gary Gorman leading their charge. Despite dominating possession in the opening period, the Hoops failed to take advantage and Eamonn Sheridan was left to rue a guilt edged chance on 33 minutes when the striker was put clean through one-on-one with keeper Jason Hegarty but his strike went wide of the target. Kilmac duly punished this missed effort and from Hegarty’s goal kick, winger Chris Waddle took advantage of a poor clearance and crossed in from the right wing for Gary Gorman to calmly slot his strike past Mark Gallagher in the Hoops goals. The Hoops upped the tempo and raids on the Kilmac defence with McCullough’s strike from outside the area saved well by Hegarty on 41 minutes, while Eamonn Sheridan saw the keeper save his header on 43 minutes as the visitors held on to their slender lead. The equaliser finally came in first half stoppage time as Ryan Connolly jinked in from the right wing before slipping Sheridan through on goals and his neat pass to the unmarked McCullough resulted in an exquisite dummy strike before curling a stunning right footed strike into the bottom right corner. Rathmullan dominated the second half but again were getting no result from the determined Kilmac defence. On 58 minutes Gorman produced a superb sliding tackle inside the area to block Sheridan’s strike which would easily have netted while Dara Patton saw his strike saved once again by the impressive Hegarty between the posts on 68 minutes. Kilmac were reduced to 10 men on 83 minutes when Mark Friel got his second yellow card following a late tackle on Shea Coyle. The Hoops took advantage and pushed centre half Coyle up front and it almost paid dividends as his header inside the area produced a remarkable reflexive finger tip save from Hegarty on 88 minutes. As the final whistle loomed, Kilmac’s defence thought they had earned their rewards but a final attack from the Hoops proved decisive. Paddy Sheridan whipped in a cross from the wing which Coyle headed down for Sheridan to unleash a dramatic clincher inside the six yard box to leave the Hoops singing in the rain and seal the win for the Seaside faithful. James Gallagher, Paddy Sheridan and Ryan McCullough spearheaded a superb Hoops team performance while Kilmac’s defence marshalled by Gary Gorman were matched by the class of keeper Jason Hegarty. Gweedore Celtic 1 Drumoghill F.C. 4The visiting team went away from Gweedore with all three points after an impressive performance. Having scored mid-way through the first half courtesy of Pajo Rafferty Drumoghill found themselves level with ten minutes left .Gweedore clawed their way back into the game and when they equalised through Declan Doherty and with momentum behind them, it seemed as if they could push on and take all three points. However poor defending at a corner allowed Rafferty to score his second and the crucial goal for Drumoghill. The home team went in search of a second equaliser but were caught twice in the 89th and91st minutes with Richie Moore and Keith Malseed scoring. Best for Gweedore Damien O’ Sullivan and Joe Bonar. For Drumoghill Pajo Rafferty ,Chris Malseed. Ref: Joe Mc HughCappry Rovers 3 Milford United 4Milford earned a valuable three points with a hard fought win over Cappry Rovers, holding on in a tight finish to win 4.3. Milford led 3-0 at half time with Adam Serrinha scoring the first after 5 minutes, a good finish from 12 yards. Two further goals came when Mark Flood headed home a Gary Merritt free kick and then Kyle Black finished a good run to tap home. Gary Merritt drove home following a good run by Kyle black who squared his cross for his strike partner to finish. Milford looked like they would run out comfortable winners but to their credit Cappry Rovers kept working hard and got back into it from the penalty spot when Colm Melaugh scored. Darren O’ Leary then tapped home before he then scored a 40 yard free kick which went into the roof of the net to leave a tense finish. To be fair to both teams they deserve great credit for playing good football in tough conditions. Referee: Paddy DuffyCastlefin Celtic 0 St. Catherines 3In wet and windy conditions at Park View it was St.Catherines who left with all three points. St.Catherines first chance came to Barry Rose who’s effort came off the post after 23 minutes. Castlefin looked to break the deadlock on the half hour mark, Matthew O’Rourke’s effort through a crowded box forced St.Catherines keeper Michael Mullin into a good save. St.Catherines took the lead four minutes before half time, a good cross from Conor O’ Rourke on the right wing found Barry Rose who headed into the top corner. Castlefin had a good chance to equalise on 48 minutes, Matthew O’Rourke and JP Malley playing a one two, Malley’s shot going narrowly wide. St.Catherines doubled their lead on 54 minutes, Barry Rose got his second after his strike took a deflection to beat Castlefin keeper Simon Mc Menamin. St.Catherines wrapped up all 3 points in the 73rd minute when a Barry Rose cross from the right wing found Gary Mc Hugh who took it excellently on the volley and finished into the top corner. Referee: Con McLaughlinTemple Domestic Appliances Division OneLagan Harps P Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. P(Match Postponed)Bonagee United 3 Cranford United 2Cranford came close on eight minutes when a shot from the edge of the box from Andrew Kelly went over the bar. Bonagee opened the scoring on eleven minutes when a cross from the left wing fell to Shane Kelly and he shot home from the edge of the box. Three minutes later Bonagee should have scored but Paddy Mc Gowan headed over from ten yards .Mc Gowan did score on twenty minutes after he was put through by a great pass from Eamon Cannon and he shot home from just inside the edge of the box. Brendan Devine for the visitors saw his strike from twenty yards just go wide of the post on twenty five minutes. Niall Doherty for Cranford saw his header from a corner go over the bar from ten yards on forty eight minutes. Mc Gowan again headed over from a Cannon cross from six yards on fifty minutes. Bonagee went three up on the hour when Cannon played the ball down the wing to Marty Mc Elhinney and his cross into the box was headed home from twelve yards by Paddy Mc Gowan. Bonagee had chances to go further ahead through Kelly and Mc Gowan but failed to finish easy chances. Cranford kept plugging away and Keelan Mc Gee scorer on seventy minutes when he shot home from eighteen yards. Cranford got their second on eighty minutes when a corner from the left was punched away by the keeper and the ball fell Niall Doherty at the back of the box and his shot flew into the top corner of the net. Team efforts by both sides in very difficult conditions.Raphoe Town 3 Keadue Rovers 1Raphoe Town welcomed ‘The Gulls’ to a very cold and wet Deele College Grounds. The weather had taken a turn for worse after a fine morning but the Deele pitch held up well in the conditions. It was a very tense first half with both teams very evenly matched Raphoe had a few half chances with David Craig coming very close and Jamie Gallagher had a great effort tipped over the bar by the impressive Keadue keeper. Keadue then came more into it and the home side had Craig Kelly to thank as he made a super clearance off the line with keeper Roy Duffy well beaten. Then Duffy made a great save from a snap shot from a Keadue forward. The second half belonged to the home side and a great move involving Frankie Mc Brearty, Oliver Quinn and David Craig was finished superbly by Emmett Kelly. Raphoe kept up the pressure and we’re awarded a penalty when captain Jamie Gallagher was brought down and up stepped Frankie Mc Brearty with nerves of steel to send the keeper the wrong way and score. Raphoe went again and after a superb pass by Stephen Craig the impressive Frank Mc Brearty took one touch and curled a superb strike past the Keadue keeper who made a few fine stops after this. Danny Doogan’s men kept going and got a goal back in the 80th minute but it wasn’t enough as the game petered out. A good team effort from a Keadue team with a few great young players. Oliver Quinn, Frankie Mc Brearty and David Craig were outstanding for Raphoe. Referee: Martin Mc AnnenyCT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps P Copany Rovers P(Match Postponed)Whitestrand United 0 Ballybofey United 4On a cold wet day Whitestrand United took on Ballybofey United at Mc Garvey Park. The game started at a frenetic pace and Ballybofey took an early lead when Ronan Mc Menamin scored with a shot from the edge of the box. The early setback did not deter Whitestrand who began to take control of the game. However Ballybofey remained dangerous on the counter attack. Whitestrand had chances but failed to take them as the game edged towards halftime in poor conditions. Ballybofey took a two goal lead early in the second half when Damien Glackin broke the offside trap and calmly rounded the keeper. The Whitestrand defence and management claimed in vain for offside but the goal stood. Then as the conditions deteriorated Ballybofey added to their lead when Mark Griffin crossed the ball and it went straight into the goal. This goal seemed to end the game as a contest and the final score was added to when Ballybofey added a late fourth.Letterbarrow Celtic 7 Dunkineely Celtic 2Letterbarrow Celtic came out on top in this encounter which was played in very wintery conditions. The home side opened the scoring after ten minutes when John Corley struck a fine shot with his left foot from twenty yards out. Dunkineely went close to an equaliser on twenty minutes but Corley made it two nil on the counter attack. John Corley secured his hat-trick on fifty minutes after a neat one two with Gerard Mc Brearty. Five minutes later James Mc Groary found the top corner from just inside the box to give Letterbarrow a commanding lead. Dunkineely fought back well and were denied by James McDaid on a number of occasions before John Ban Gallagher pulled one back from a corner. Kieran Kennedy made it four two when he finished from six yards. With Dunkineely pushing forward Letterbarrow were able to exploit the gaps at the back and Gerard Mc Brearty made it 5-2 on seventy minutes when he calmly slotted home from close range. Conor McDaid scored Letterbarrow’s sixth after some good control and it was Mc Brearty who finished the scoring when he got his second on eighty five minutes.RESULTSSaturday 30th January 2016Old Orchard Saturday DivisionOrchard F.C. P v P Arranmore UnitedFintown Harps AFC P v P Drumkeen UnitedGlencar Inn Saturday Reserve DivisionSt. Catherines Reserves 3 v 1 Glenree United ReservesSunday 31st January 2016Ulster Junior CupGlenea United 1 v 3 Moville CelticKildrum Tigers 7 v 0 Lifford CelticAileach 3 v 2 Erne WanderersCavan Town 1 v 0 Convoy ArsenalUlster Junior ShieldKS Eagles 1 v 5 Glencar CelticMoville Celtic 3 v 1 Glenea United ReservesBrian Mc Cormick Premier DivisionRathmullan Celtic 2 v 1 Kilmacrennan CelticGweedore Celtic 1 v 4 Drumoghill F.C.Cappry Rovers 3 v 4 Milford UnitedCastlefin Celtic 0 v 3 St. CatherinesTemple Domestic Appliances Division OneLagan Harps P v P Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.Bonagee United 3 v 2 Cranford UnitedRaphoe Town 3 v 1 Keadue RoversCT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps P v P Copany RoversWhitestrand United 0 v 4 Ballybofey UnitedLetterbarrow Celtic 7 v 2 Dunkineely CelticFIXTURESSaturday 6th February 2016 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Old Orchard Saturday DivisionMulroy Celtic v Arranmore United (K.O. 1p.m.)Strand Rovers v Orchard F.C.Glencar Inn Saturday Reserve DivisionErne Wanderers Reserves v Curragh Athletic ReservesSt. Catherines Reserves v Drumoghill F.C. ReservesMilford United Reserves v Glenea United ReservesKeadue Rovers Reserves v Cappry Rovers ReservesDonegal Town Reserves v Castlefin Celtic ReservesSunday 7th February 2016 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Brian Mc Cormick Premier DivisionCappry Rovers v Castlefin CelticGweedore Celtic v Glenea UnitedMilford United v Kildrum TigersSt. Catherines v Kilmacrennan CelticDrumoghill F.C. v Rathmullan CelticTemple Domestic Appliances Division OneKeadue Rovers v Cranford UnitedGweedore United v Bonagee UnitedConvoy Arsenal v Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.Lagan Harps v Donegal TownLifford Celtic v Raphoe TownCT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps v Curragh AthleticErne Wanderers v Whitestrand UnitedCopany Rovers v Letterbarrow CelticBallybofey United v Eany CelticDunkineely Celtic v Glenree UnitedDONEGAL LEAGUE: ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: January 31st, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal League
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week The Blue Jackets came into the game with a league-low seven goals scored, but the Ducks still managed to blow a two-goal lead. They were penalized 12 times, which came back to hurt them in the third period. Brian Berard scored on the power play with 16:46 left in the third period to tie the score at 2-2 and Hrdina’s game-tying goal also came on the power play. Lupul scored with 4:17 left in the second period to give the Ducks a 2-0 lead. Lupul’s goal, his third of the season and second short-handed goal of the season. He scored the goal off a rebound save by Leclaire, who stopped a hard shot by Ryan Getzlaf and the puck bounced to Lupul, who netted it over a pile of defenders attempting to clear the puck. Getzlaf scored the first goal with 12:20 left in the second period on a feed from Jonathan Hedstrom that went across the crease from the near-side. Getzlaf collected the puck and backhanded it over Leclaire and into the net. Hrdina cut the Ducks’ lead with a goal with 2:36 left in the second period. Even though the Ducks scored a power play goal, they have still scored only three power play goals. Conversely, they have given up four power play goals in 30 opportunities. NOTABLE Joffery Lupul’s second goal of the night, the streak-ending power play goal with 12:31 left in the game, gave the Ducks a 3-2 lead. Even though Lupul found the net on the man advantage, it was a hard-earned goal. Carney sent in a hard shot from the point that Leclaire saved. Lupul got the rebound at the near-side goal mouth and attempted to slot it past Leclaire, who saved it. Lupul again collected the rebound and caromed it off the foot of Columbus defenseman Adam Foote into the net. All of Lupul’s work almost went for naught as Hrdina scored with 4:07 left in the game to tie the score. ANAHEIM – The Mighty Ducks finally realized the power play was their friend. So was hard work and focus. The Ducks scored their first power play goal in three games Friday, but still needed a goal from Keith Carney to escape with a 4-3 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets in front of an announced 12,930 at the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim. Carney scored with 2:26 left in the game to break a 3-3 tie and give the Ducks (2-1-1) their first home victory. The Ducks fended off a late Blue Jackets (1-4-0) flurry in the final minute to preserve the victory. Ducks goaltender Jean-Sebastian Giguere made 19 saves in goal to earn the victory. Forward Sergei Fedorov (groin) and defenseman Sandis Ozolinsh (flu) were scratches for the Ducks. Both were listed as day-to-day … Rookie Corey Perry had an assist on Lupul’s goal, extending his club record for most consecutive games with a point to begin his career … Defenseman Jason Marshall took a puck to the face 2:27 into the game and did not return. He was diagnosed with a fracture and is questionable for Sunday’s game at Minnesota. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
With the temperatures set to reach the high 20’s for the rest of this week, why not keep cool by choosing one of a range of paddling and swimming pools available from Tinneys Toys in Letterkenny.Ranging from 6ft to a massive 12 ft Tinneys have pools to cater for everyone’s needs. Both the 6ft and 8ft pools are ready to fill with water in minutes.The massive 12 foot metal frame filtered pool (Pictured above) takes a bit more assemblty but it is still ready to fill with water within 30 minutes.Check the complete range at www.tinneystoys.com or call into their store on the Leck Road, Drumnahoe, Letterkenny, Co DonegalCOOL DOWN IN THE SIZZLING HEAT WITH A BRAND NEW PADDLING POOL FROM TINNEYS was last modified: July 24th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BusinessFeaturesnews
A group from a previous Trek4Mandela expedition on Mount Kilimanjaro. (Image: Trek4Mandela)When people climb Mount Kilimanjaro it’s usually a personal feat; but for the fourth year running Trek4Mandela’s climb will benefit underprivileged, mainly rural South African girls.Trek4Mandela benefits Caring4Girls, a programme to provide sanitary towels and menstrual hygiene information to underprivileged girls in rural communities.Since it was established in 2012, Trek4Mandela has attracted massive interest from the government, the private sector and NGOs locally and internationally. It has generated support for over 50 000 beneficiaries, mainly in Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.The climb, led by leading South African adventurer Sibusiso Vilane, celebrates Madiba’s legacy through supporting the education of South African girls who cannot afford sanitary towels. Many children cannot afford to buy sanitary towels and end up missing as much as a week a month of school as a result.The group leaves for Tanzania on 13 July and returns on 20 July. Climbers are expected to summit Kilimanjaro on 18 July, which is Nelson Mandela International Day. In all, there will be 27 climbers, one for each year that Madiba was in prison. Each climber is aiming to raise at least R1.5-million for Caring4Girls.If you would like to play your part in making sure underprivileged girls get their sanitary requirements and participate in the climb, register with the Nelson Mandela Foundation. There is a brochure with cost estimates.SUMMIT FOR MANDELATrek4Mandela was started in 2012 by Richard Mabaso, the chief executive of Imbumba Foundation, after he overheard a fearful conversation between his mother and his niece about puberty.He was prompted to do something for underprivileged girls, and approached his friend, Vilane, the first black person in the world to conquer the Three Poles challenge – South Pole, North Pole and Mount Everest twice. He asked Vilane to lead him on his first ever expedition to climb Mount Kilimanjaro as part of his Mandela Day challenge.In 2009, the United Nations declared 18 July Nelson Mandela Day International. The purpose is to encourage individuals across the world to dedicate 67 minutes of their time to doing some good in their communities. The 67 minutes represents the number of years that Mandela spent in politics fighting for justice and equal opportunities for all.On Trek4Mandela’s fourth expedition, 27 company executives, including ETV Sunrise anchor Penny Lebyane, will summit Mount Kilimanjaro. Lebyane told The Citizen newspaper: “I’ve been training, doing hikes and climbing stairs. I also go to Pilates three times a week. I have been through a lot in my life and I believe all the struggles and adversities I’ve overcome have given me the strength to overcome this.”Lebyane also had an inspirational message for girls facing challenges: “The adversities you face in life are like climbing a mountain. They can be trying and strenuous, but reaching the top is not impossible. You may be tired but if you go another hour or two you can reach you point of rest and try again tomorrow.”The objectives of the climb are to:Create awareness of the challenges facing impoverished girls from rural and poor schools during their monthly cycles;Raise funds to purchase sanitary towels to keep needy girls in school; and,Educate people about Mandela Day and the need to take action beyond 18 July, thereby helping to make every day a Mandela Day.CARING4GIRLSCaring4Girls aims to provide puberty and menstrual hygiene training to underprivileged girls, support them with sanitary towels for a minimum period of one year, and give each girl a booklet on menstrual hygiene.Studies have found that the majority of girls in Africa miss up to 50 days of schooling each year as a result of challenges around their menstrual cycles. This means that on average, a girl may miss up to 300 days (almost a whole year) of schooling over six years.The non-profit organisation has so far distributed over 67 000 sanitary pads to girls in poor rural communities. With the help of the South Africa Banking Association and the endorsement of the KwaZulu-Natal education department, it has published a booklet to help with the education of girls. So far, more than 100 0000 copies have been printed and distributed.Through its Puberty and Adolescence Demystified (PAD) campaign, its supports needy girls with sanitary pads, educates them about their body and hormonal changes as well as other related subjects essential for them as they embark on this journey of womanhood.Dr Kirsten Thompson, from the UK group Irise, said: “Worldwide, millions of women and girls have no information before starting menstruation and no sanitary product, clean toilet or clean water to allow them to cope with their periods.”Irise found that five out of 10 girls missed school every month as a result of menstruation, contributing to the gender gap, in East Africa.
Wasco Skylights will open a new manufacturing facility in Reno, Nevada, by next April in hopes of expanding its distribution west of the Rocky Mountains and keeping pace with industry giant Velux, company CEO Jeff Frank says.About 5% of Wasco’s business now comes from the dozen states west of the Rocky Mountains, Frank says, a market that represents about 26% of all construction spending.Wasco, founded in 1935 as a flashing company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, currently produces a line of residential and commercial skylights from a single plant in Wells, Maine. (For Martin Holladay’s review of Wasco skylights, see New Green Building Products .) The manufacturing plant needs to be near its customersSome 45% of the company’s business is in custom skylights, but Frank says Wasco is too far from Western markets to get standard products to buyers on a competitive timetable.“If you look at residential skylights, you need to have it to the guy’s door in two days,” Frank says. “Velux has kind of driven that. They guarantee 48-hour delivery anywhere in the United States. For me to make it in Maine, and ship it to Seattle, I’m going to have six days of freight in there. It’s kind of a snowballing effect.”Frank says he hopes to have a new plant operating by April 1. It will produce both standard and custom skylights. The company is currently looking for a building of between 40,000 and 50,000 sq. ft. and plans to hire 10 people or less to start.Reno is a “perfect location,” Frank says because it is 900 miles or less from all major west coast markets and is a transportation hub for that part of the country. Wasco will continue to make its own vinyl extrusions for skylight frames in Maine and ship them to Reno for assembly.