Cumberland win 3-2 in five-goal thriller Wolmer’s Boys’ School were crowned the Under-19 high school water polo champions in a thrilling encounter with Campion College on Thursday night. It was a rematch of last year’s final when Campion College came out the winners, but this year the boys from Heroes Circle, led by their captain Orane Garrick, came out with a purpose and remained focused in securing an 8-7 victory. Both schools will renew their rivalry in the Under-16 final next week. Portmore Business House football at semi-final stage Passagefort, Garveymeade clash Wolmer’s are Under-19 water polo champions Defending champions Portsmouth Primary and arch-rivals Naggo Head booked their spots in the semi-finals of the INSPORTS Primary Netball League after commanding wins last Wednesday. Naggo Head trounced Bridgeport 23-3 and Portsmouth clobbered Ascot 21-6. In other games, Belmont Park defeated Greater Portmore 12-6. The other semi-finalists will be known after the playing of a fresh round of matches next week. the semi-finals will be on Friday, December 2, at a venue to be announced. The organisers of the INSPORTS Portmore Primary Football League have postponed the semi-finals which were scheduled for Thursday, November 24, due to the inclement weather. The semi-finals will now be played next Tuesday, November 29. The matchup will see defending champions Waterford against Naggo Head at 10 a.m. while the feature match at 11:30 a.m. will pit Portsmouth against Bridgeport. Both games will be played at the Portsmouth Primary playing field. Waterhouse United remained on top in the Jamaica Domino Council Association’s Premier League after last Sunday’s round of matches. Waterhouse United dismantled Mechanical Strikers 300-251 and surged to the top on 53 points, four points clear of second-place Caribbean Classic (49 points). Third-place Spit Fyah (46 points) failed to show for a game against International and they lost ground on the lead group. In other games, fourth-place Right Stuff (42 points) beat Small Axe 300-264; fifth-place Braeton All Stars (41 points) schooled Memory Lane 300-257; Bull Bay United outclassed Naggo Head 300-296; Jade Strikers defeated 300 Exceptional 300-282; Vintage Pub cut down Soursop tree 300-282. INSPORTS Portmore Primary Football semis postponed Portsmouth, Naggo Head advance to last four Waterhouse on top The INSPORTS/Charles Chocolates-sponsored 5-a-side Portmore Business House Football League has reached its semi-final stage. On December 2, Konnexx will take on Portmore Gas at 7:30 p.m. and Tyre Warehouse tackle Lasco at 8:30 p.m. Both matches will be played at the Sunshine playing field in Naggo Head, Portmore, St Catherine. In a game Wednesday night, Wisynco outscored Network Plus 4-2. Calberth Coke scored a double while Norman Bailey and Romario Mitchell notched a goal each for the victors. Kirk Edwards and Everton Thomas were on target for Network Plus. Cumberland scored a 3-2 win over arch-rivals Braeton United in the opening round of the York Pharmacy-sponsored Portmore Division Two Football League last Sunday. In another game, Westchester clipped Caymanas Gardens 2-1. The league has attracted 10 teams, with the top four advancing to the semi-finals. Tomorrow’s matches: 1 p.m: Southboro vs Waterford – Racing field. 3 p.m: Racing United vs Edgewater at Ascot High. 3 p.m: Daytona vs Three West. Passagefort United and Garveymeade square off in the final preliminary-round game of the MP Colin Fagan-sponsored South East St Catherine Inter-Constituency Domino Tournament at the Garveymeade Sports Club in Portmore, St Catherine, tomorrow. Match time 1:30 p.m. The game’s only significance is for ranking for the semi-finals as both teams have already qualified. In last week’s games, Passagefort United jumped to 35 points from 11 matches after they defeated Waterford 250-232; fourth-place Garveymeade (31 points) humbled Rising Sun 250-200: second-place Ken’s Wildflower (35 points) beat Westmeade Rising Star 250-230. The fourth and final semi-finalists, Cumberland (34 points), were idle this round. The semi-finals will be played on Sunday, December 4 and the final Sunday, December 11 at venues to be announced.
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A 37-year-old farmer of Moco Moco Village, Central Rupununi, Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) on Monday appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan slapped with the capital offence of murder.It is alleged that on December 25, 2018, at Moco Moco Village, Darrel WilliamsMurder accused: Darrel Williamsmurdered Elvis Aulicio.The prosecution is contending that Aulicio and the accused, who are known to each other, were imbibing at a birthday celebration when Williams accused him of stealing a haversack, which he denied. Williams, the prosecution stated, became annoyed, armed himself with a knife and followed Aulicio as he made his way into Moco Moco Savannahs. He then allegedly stabbed Aulicio to the neck and left him there to die.The Chief Magistrate remanded Williams to prison. The case will continue on January 17 at the Lethem Magistrate’s Court.
Essequibo River boat collisionA Brazilian national and a Guyanese electrician are still missing following a boat collision in the Essequibo River on Monday evening. The collision has so far left one dead and three hospitalised.The badly damaged boat after the collisionThe police have since confirmed that the dead person is a Surinamese businesswoman, identified as 54-year-old Sherry Khan.Reports are that on Monday night at 19:00h, the boat which was transporting Khan and five other passengers was heading in the direction of Buck Hall, Essequibo River, while the other vessel was travelling in the opposite direction at that time.Guyana Times understands that the impact of the collision resulted in the passengers and their luggage being tossed overboard.It was at this time that another vessel, which was passing, stopped to render assistance. Khan was in an unconscious state while Milton Duke and his wife, Yaluntie Hohamkirk, both 43, and Jaeva Veira Nunes, were conscious.They were taken to the Parika foreshore where they were transported that the Leonora Cottage Hospital.Upon arrival at LCH, Khan and Nunes were both transferred to the West Demerara Regional Hospital where the businesswoman was pronounced dead. Nunes was admitted for treatment and observation.Duke and Hohamkirk were later transferred to a private city hospital to receive medical care.Moreover, a search party is still out looking for those missing namely: 44-year-old Jose Francisco Joaquin, a Brazilian national, and Osafo Anthony Roberts called “Joinwire” a 25-year-old electrician of Lot 29 Devil Dam Philadelphia, East Bank Essequibo (EBE).Nevertheless, investigations into the collision continue as several statements are already obtained.
The odds on Mourinho losing his job have been slashed in recent weeks as he has clashed with the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward over a lack of signings.Mourinho’s anger at not being given the funds to boost his centre-back options was exacerbated by the poor showing of Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof in a disastrous defensive showing at Brighton last weekend.Both paid for that performance by being dropped as Mourinho made six changes in all, although Alexis Sanchez was still left on the bench.After a week in which Mourinho’s ability to turn the tide of negativity at Old Trafford was severely questioned, the Portuguese at least summoned a response from his players for the opening 45 minutes.United, though, were left to rue a series of missed chances by Romelu Lukaku before Spurs took control with two goals in two minutes just after the break.Lukaku’s biggest chance came after 15 minutes when Danny Rose’s short passback put the Belgian clean through on goal, but, after rounding Hugo Lloris, Lukaku pulled his shot wide of the far post.– Second-half Spurs surge –Action between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur in an English Premier League game at Old Trafford on August 27, 2018Lloris was then equal to a tame left-footed effort by the United number nine before Lukaku headed wide his third opening of the half.Tottenham hadn’t even scored in losing on their four previous trips to Old Trafford under Mauricio Pochettino.Yet, the Argentine’s half-time words of wisdom made a huge difference as Spurs came out a different side after the break.David de Gea had already denied Kane and Dele Alli had seen a goalbound effort deflected wide by the time Kane rose highest from Kieran Tripper’s corner to loop a header into the net.Lloris maintained his place in the side and the captain’s armband despite being arrested for drink driving in the early hours of Friday.And Pochettino’s faith in his skipper was rewarded when Lloris denied Lukaku again with a brilliant save to keep Spurs in front.A minute later, they doubled their advantage when Christian Eriksen’s cross was swept home by Lucas.Mourinho encroached onto the pitch to bellow encouragement to his charges. But the damage had already been done and the final reckoning could have been even more embarrassing for the hosts.Lindelof, on for the injured Jones, was handed a reprieve when De Gea denied Alli after a short back pass by the Swede before Kane headed wide when unmarked from another corner.Lucas did rub salt into United wounds six minutes from time when he outpaced Lindelof before firing into the far corner.Mourinho was goaded with chants of “you’re getting sacked in the morning” by the travelling Tottenham fans.Woodward is not expected to bite the bullet quite so soon. But with United already facing an uphill battle just to make the top four neve rmind challenge for the title, time is running out for Mourinho to get the 20-time champions of England back on track.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Lucas Moura wheels away in celebration after scoring against Manchester United in an English Premier League game at Old Trafford on August 27, 2018MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Aug 28 – Manchester United slumped to a second consecutive defeat on Monday to intensify the pressure on manager Jose Mourinho as Harry Kane and a Lucas Moura double moved Tottenham joint top of the Premier League with 3-0 win at Old Trafford.United now trail Spurs, Liverpool and Chelsea by six points and stand four adrift of champions Manchester City just three games into the new campaign.
The underage season gets underway this weekend with the U16s travelling to Cloughaneely for their opening league game.Tutoring is continuing For the Jigs and Reels show which takes place on Sunday night the 18th March in the Mount Errigal Hotel. The skills are improving and a super show is anticipated. Tickets are selling fast and will be limited. Contact any club officer to order your tickets today. Letterkenny Gaels Senior Ladies are resuming their training starting Monday 27th Feb at Woodlands National School. All players are asked to attend, and new players are welcome to join. Anyone looking for info can contact Oisin Cannon on 0867325955. Change of time for training in Woodlands on Friday evening. 6 years and under 5.45 – 6.30pm 7 and 8 years 6.30 – 7.15pm U14 fitness 7.15 – 8.15pm. Our young u12 hurlers took part in the indoor blitz finals last Sunday, only losing out to eventual winners Na Seamróga. Well done to all who took partOur finance committee have come up with a novel idea,where individuals or families can sponsor a block in our new clubhouse. The names of all participants will in future be displayed on a plaque in our club house. For more details contact Tom Murray on 0868341436. The offer will be limited to 100 names. More information is available on our club website http://letterkennygaels.donegal.gaa.ie Lotto results for W/ending the 19th February No’s 1,15,16,23. Lucky dip winner was Pauline Coll, Greenhills. Next weekend Jackpot is 2300Euro.GAA: LETTERKENNY GAELS GAA CLUB NOTES was last modified: March 1st, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA: LETTERKENNY GAELS GAA CLUB NOTES
Seamus Coleman leads by example against the Italians.Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill has said he couldn’t be happier with how Seamus Coleman stepped up to the plate.The Derry legend has revealed how the Killybegs man impressed him when he was give the captain’s armband before the game against Italy.And he hinted that Coleman could maintain the leader’s armband for some time yet. “He’s an impressive, young man,” said O’Neill. “He’s a very quiet, young man, but he’s shown a great intensity in this competition. He’s ready for it.“He embraced the captaincy, took it in his stride. I thought he was a captain in everything he did.“A couple of players mentioned that he was inspirational in his little speech to the players, which was great.”O’Neill also emphasised the importance of securing the win after producing such a round performance. He added: “We needed to seal that performance last night with a win because I don’t think we wanted to go home feeling, it was a great performance, but should have had a penalty but didn’t, Wes should have scored but didn’t, and do you know what? In two days’ time, it’s forgotten (if Ireland hadn’t won).“We’ve come up big at the end of the game and deservedly so, but for that to mean that we have qualified and gone through, it was just immense in that sense, so at least we will take great pride in that.”EURO 2016: O’NEILL HINTS COLEMAN COULD BE CAPTAIN FOR A LONG TIME was last modified: June 23rd, 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:donegalMartin O’Neillseamus coleman
“You look back at them playing at the World Cup, all of them – maybe with the exception of De Gea – all had really good World Cup and were all expressing themselves, but they come back and he sucks the life out of them.“He’s like a vampire.“He’s not the ‘Special One’, he’s the ‘Glum One’.”Listen back to Eamonn Holmes on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast IN FULL above! 3 But Holmes insists the players aren’t to blame for Man United’s dreadful start to the new season, their manager is.And he firmly believes there will be change of guard at Old Trafford this term.The TV hero told Monday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: “What is so special about the special one? Somebody tell me, because I’m missing it.“I genuinely believe Jose Mourinho is on borrowed time.“I don’t think there’s any love lost between him and the Man United management.“I don’t think he’s got any interest and I don’t think fans have got any interest in him. We’re looking at a January fond farewell.“Personally I would love to see someone like Sean Dyche in charge of Man United, but that’s not going to happen, they’ll go for an international name like Zidane.”Asked about Sunday’s game, which he watched from the stands at the Amex Stadium, Holmes added: “Brighton won it and deserved it – Chris Hughton is a great advert for what a manager should be.“The trouble we have at Manchester United is we have got a manager who sucks the life and sucks the confidence out of the players. It’s his way or no way.“You see this whether you’re a teacher, a bank manager, a television presenter, you get this strata of management that they know better, that they know exactly what goes on and it’s not left to you to shine in any way as an employee.“He doesn’t let those players express themselves! Eamonn Holmes has SLAMMED Jose Mourinho for ‘sucking the life’ out of the players Manchester United superfan Eamonn Holmes believes Jose Mourinho is on ‘borrowed time’ and says he would like to see Sean Dyche take over as manager at Old Trafford.The talkRADIO host has also branded the boss ‘a vampire’ and has accused him of ‘sucking the life’ out of his beloved club.All eyes are on Old Trafford on Monday morning after the Red Devils suffered a shock 3-2 defeat to Brighton in their second Premier League game of the season on Sunday.It was a shambles of a game for United – their defence was chaos, there was no organisation across the field and their players lacked discipline or guile of any sort.Mourinho refused to lay the blame on his players following the defeat, but pundits and the press have been more brutal in their analysis – with the United squad being hammered for their collectively poor performance. United stars react as Brighton go 2-0 up at the Amex “You can’t tell me Luke Shaw is a bad player, Anthony Martial is a bad player, Eric Bailly is a bad player – although he was yesterday – these guys are really good, they just have no confidence to actually express themselves – that’s Mourinho.“I say it more in sorrow than in anger. I mean, what do I know about football, he’s Jose morunhio and he’s won more trophies than anyone else.“But he’s dull to watch, he doesn’t play in the United way.“We were rubbish against Brighton, we were rubbish against Leicester as well last week and we were rubbish all tour this summer. Things haven’t got any better!“He has sucked the life and the confidence out of those players. 3 It is claimed the Manchester United board no longer fully trust Mourinho 3
BREAKING NEWS: Largo Foods, which employs 140 people in Co Donegal, is to close its local operation.Local TD Dinny McGinley after government funding was announce for the Largo plant some years back.Shell-shocked workers at the Gaoth Dobhair plant, have just been told of the announcement.The company plans to move all its operations to its main plant in Ashbourne, Co Meath. It is understood that 70 employees will be given the chance to move to work in the Co Meath plant.Údarás na Gaeltachta said it is very disappointed at the announcement.Largo Foods currently employs 110 people on a full-time basis and 30 people on the part-time basis at the company’s manufacturing facility in the Gaoth Dobhair Business Park, Co. Donegal.Largo say they have made this decision based on a strategic review by the company of its manufacturing sites in Ireland and in the UK which focused on the need to consolidate its operations, reduces its overall costs, and to allow it to operate sustainably in a very competitive snack-food market. Currently, 85% of the products produced in Gaoth Dobhair is exported to the UK and further afield.Competition in the snack-based market has intensified in the last decade, and in past five years the company has been continuously attempting to develop and introduce new high value-added products to Gaoth Dobhair to sustain its operations there, but to limited success.Údarás na Gaeltachta has supported and worked closely with Largo Foods group companies in the last 18 years since they were established in Gaoth Dobhair.“We very much regret the implications that this proposal will have for Largo Foods’ employees in Gaoth Dobhair. An tÚdarás will prioritise its efforts and put in place a strategic marketing drive in a bid to attract new investment and employment opportunities to the Gaoth Dobhair Business Park,” said a spokesman. DEVASTATION AS LARGO FOODS TO CLOSE ITS DONEGAL PLANT was last modified: March 15th, 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:Dinny McGinleyGaoth Dobhairjobslargo foods
Finn Valley AC’s Helen Stockdale.Finn Valley athlete Helen Stockdale’s winning streak continued last night when she clinched an impressive victory in the annual Millisle (Co Down) six mile road race.After claiming gold medals over 400 metres, 800 metres, 1500 metres and 3,000 metres at the NIMAA Track & Field Championships on Saturday last, the Northern Ireland international star showed her ability over the longer distance with an impressive win in 37:08.Orangegrove AC’s Leann Gibson followed in 39:47 with Julie Murphy (Lagan Valley AC) in third in a time of 40:36. ATHLETICS NEWS: STOCKDALE WINS AGAIN was last modified: September 4th, 2014 by johngerardShare 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:finnhelenmilemillisleraceroadsixstockdalevalley