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first_imgSonia Mochón / AS Infografía ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Sonia Mochón / AS Infographic Rafael Nadal added Saturday on Acapulco the 85th diploma of his profession. He has received on all surfaces, open air and indoors, on fourth continents and 18 nations.He’s the fourth participant who has the most behind Jimmy Connors, Roger Federer and Ivan Lendl, forward of Djokovic. This graphic summarizes the profitable trajectory of the Balearic since profitable for the first time in Sopot (Poland), in 2004, and for 17 years in a row acquiring no less than one trophy.last_img read more

first_imgRoberto Carlos turned 47 this Friday and on the occasion of his celebration ESPN spoke with him. The former white player, who is now an ambassador for the club and FIFA, works on behalf of the entity in events and trips and is a commentator on Real Madrid TV, spoke of several chapters of his career. One of them was starring Marcelo. Real Madrid signed him in 2006 from Fluminense when he was 18 years old. He paid 6 million euros thanks to the excellent eye of Pedja Mijatovic, then white sports director. In that team, trained by Capello, was Roberto Carlos. He served as a godfather protector of the young Brazilian for a season since in 2007 he went to Galatasaray but at that time he helped Marcelo a lot to the point of influencing his future within the club. Madrid wanted to yield to Marcelo, but when Roberto Carlos learned of this, he spoke with the club and gave his opinion: “I met Marcelo here when he was 18 years old. Madrid wanted to transfer it to some clubs here in Spain and I was the first to say no, Nananinanão ”. It was not an easy drink to digest for Marcelo that, as soon as he arrived in Spain, the club wanted to give him up. The player recalled it like this on Real Madrid Television: “When I was 18, a manager called his office at the Bernabéu and I went alone. He told me that they wanted to transfer me to another club to gain experience and that they wanted me to return the following year. I told him that I was not going to move from Madrid. It was the worst moment because I knew that the team didn’t need me, but it was the moment in which I have been stronger. “ Roberto Carlos went out to the court and put his grain of sand for Marcelo to continue.It was not the only gesture that Roberto had with a newcomer Marcelo. He treated him like a little brother, and he even spent Christmas with his family Because of calendar and scheduling problems, he could not go to Brazil and return to train with the team. “I know how important Christmas is to families. Being away from Brazil, he had to have a home and feel like his home. I lived with my aunt and I told her: ‘Aunt, Marcelo and his family are coming, find him a table so that they feel comfortable with us”, Roberto Carlos recalled on several occasions. The advice and conversations between the two helped greatly in the adaptation of Marcelo, who ended up inheriting the position of Roberto and becoming one of the best left-backs in Madrid’s history.last_img read more

first_imgThe Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) named eight athletes who are involved in a camp in preparation for participation at the fifth Commonwealth Youth Games in Apia, Samoa from September 5-11. The announcement was made by Alan Beckford, JOA director and chef de mission of the team, at a press conference held at the JOA offices yesterday. Joan Rattray will double as assistant chef de mission and medical officer. The athletes are all national junior champions at the recently held National Championships and also World Youth Games representatives. The list include: (Females) – Junelle Bromfield (400m hurdles), Satanya Wright (400m). Males – Michael Bentley (200m, 4x400m relay), Lushane Wilson (800m, 4x400m), Jauavney James (400m, 4x400m), Leonardo Ledgister (300m hurdles, 3x400m), Leon Clarke (800m, 4x400m) and Kevin Nedrick (discus, shot put). The coach is Michael McIntosh. Track and field athletes apart, swimming will be represented by Annabella Lyn and Joseph Black. The coach is Wendy Lee. Natalie Neita-Headley, minister with responsibility for sports, urged the athletes to give of their best. “We have grown accustomed as a country to doing well in everything that we do as we only want the best. While we have great expectations as a people, we want you to do your best as that will be good enough,” the minister encouraged. “You give of your best and if you remain disciplined, if you remain dope-free, we are happy to have you represent Jamaica, so as you go off, remember this. Congrats to the JOA for creating the opportunity for you. Take this journey seriously for your life depends on it, your future depends on it,” she added. Michael Fennell, JOA president, spoke a bit of the history of the Commonwealth Youth Games, that started 15 years ago in Scotland. “The Commonwealth Youth Games has attracted seven sports, but has been growing steadily. It is not at the level of the Youth World Games or Youth Olympics,” Fennell shared. “UNICEF will once again partner with the Commonwealth and will conduct a number of workshops during the Games in Samoa for the young people. In addition to the sports, the focus will be on the athletes’ personal development. This we are very happy for.” The team will leave on August 31 and is slated to arrive in Samoa on September 2.last_img read more

first_imgThe Ministry of Labor (MOL),  through the National Bureau of Employment (NBE), has ended a two-day seminar on the Decentralization of the National Policy Action Plan.The workshop, which was held in Gbarnga, Bong County Bong County, brought together 25 participants from local line Ministries and Agencies in the county.Mr. George H. Saah, National Coordinator of the NBE, who spoke at the opening program, said the National Employment Policy is an instrument developed by the Government of Liberia aimed at increasing employment opportunities for Liberians.Liberia, like any other countries in the world, he said, has a huge unemployment record with youthful population accounting for about 60 percent.According to him, the policy is intended to provide employable skills in the labor force so that they may graduate from the informal to the formal sector of the country.Mr. Saah named five priority areas of the policy focus as: public infrastructure work, enhancing human capacity, revitalizing the agricultural sector, upgrading the informal economy and empowering vulnerable groups.If all these priority areas are fully implemented, a total of 250,000  jobs are expected to be created within the next four years, he stated.The NBE National Coordinator of the said that because of the importance the Government attaches to the policy, the MOL anticipates taking it to all counties in Liberia to solicit the views and imputs of stakeholders.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_imgForty children from the Upper Corentyne on Saturday benefited from more than $1 million in school clothing and supplies from a non-governmental organisation.Volunteers distributing the school supplies on SaturdayAbraham’s Tent, situated at Number 74 Villager, Corentyne, on Saturday donated to children of that community school uniforms, books and bags with other school essentials.President of Abraham’s Tent, Shamim Ibrahim, explained that the organisation is trying to reach out to the community.Most of the children are preparing for the 2019 National Grade Six Examinations. A few are in reading classes.Ibrahim comes from a family of 12 siblings who have all pooled their recourses to assist the community. He said the initial idea was to have an open space so that persons can come for whatever their needs may be.According to the organisation’s President, one of the initial concepts was to help women and children who may have social issues affecting them; however, because of the lack of the relevant human resources, there was a shift to providing assistance in the field of education.He said this is also what his parents wanted since they ensured that all of the children received an education although they were poor.“As such, we are trying to give back to the community by identifying those that are underprivileged and those who might be in need with some extra help with their regular curriculum at no cost,” he said, while noting that the organisation has realised that many children do not attend school regularly.“Because the parents themselves may not have had a higher education, they may not realise of getting their children an education and granted that many of them might be in dire financial stains right now, so we want to let them know that they should not be keeping their children home because of that reason; not as long as Abraham’s Tent is in existence.”The Tent has been in existence or the past decade.Ibrahim further explained that what was done is just the tip of the iceberg of what they would like to do to encourage children to attend school regularly.The overall programme also involves parents who should not be thinking of depriving their children of an education because of their circumstances.Noting that it is a known fact that not all will be academically inclined, Ibrahim says future plans include the teaching of a trade to children.“Such as plumbing, basic electrical, carpentry and so on… In addition to that one of the first projects we are going to undertake at the beginning of next year is sustainable chemical free agriculture,” he added.last_img read more

first_img.Milseog Na Mara creators, Mary Kate Carr, Ronan O’Hare, Aimee Byrne and Rebecca McShane from Colaiste Na Carriage, Co. Donegal, pictured here after they won the Youth Entrepreneur of the Year 2015. Pic Robbie ReynoldsBREAKING NEWS: A group of Donegal teenagers have been named European Youth Entrepreneurs of the Year 2015 at a ceremony in Budapest.Mary Kate Carr (16), Aimée Byrne (17), Rebecca McShane (16), Paddy McShane (16) and Ronan O’Hare (15) from Carrick won the award for their business ‘Milseog na Mara’, meaning Desserts of the Sea, which offers healthy alternatives to jellies and chocolate mousse using a type of locally sourced seaweed – Carrageen Moss – as the main ingredient.The competition is hosted by YouthStart, European Entrepreneurship Award – an affiliate of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in Budapest, which is run in Ireland by Foróige – Ireland’s leading youth organisation. Earlier this year, the young people were named the Youth Entrepreneurs of the Year 2015 in Ireland and their reward was to represent their country on the European stage.Ireland has now been honoured on the European stage at the awards for three consecutive years.The NFTE programme was founded by US businessman Steve Mariotti in New York in 1987 to prevent at risk young people from low-income communities from ‘dropping out’ of the education system.The programme teaches young people to think like entrepreneurs, to take calculated risks, to be open to learning and be empowered to own their own futures. The programme now operates in countries across the globe, including in the United States where the programme is supported by global star and Bad Boy Entertainment founder Sean “Diddy” Combs. In Ireland, a total of 1,500 participants who set up 600 businesses as part of this year’s Foróige NFTE entrepreneurship programme, generating a collective turnover of €250,000. The programme runs from September to May every year.Research carried out by NFTE among 3,600 young people who participated in the programme found that 70% of all participants have found a job, either as an employee or an entrepreneur. The survey also shows that each NFTE entrepreneur in turn employs an average of 3.5 people. BREAKING NEWS: DONEGAL TEENAGERS NAMED EUROPEAN ENTREPRENEURS OF THE YEAR! was last modified: November 13th, 2015 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:CarrickdonegalEuropean Entrepreneurs of the Yearlast_img read more

first_imgSlieve League, Sliabh Liag,Delegates from France, Spain, Italy, Croatia and a number of other EU countries are set to attend the EU Federation of Nautical Tourism Destinations (FEDETON) General Assembly Meeting in Donegal Town next week.The General Assembly meeting will take place on 7th July 2016 and FEDETON President, Mr. Bernard Faucon will be in attendance.The meeting will be hosted by Donegal County Council and Donegal Tourism Ltd, with a Marine Tourism Seminar the following day. Donegal County Council Cathaoirleach Cllr. Terence Slowey and Chief Executive Seamus Neely will welcome the delegates to Donegal.“This is an opportunity to showcase County Donegal to FEDETON and promote the county as a marine tourism destination of excellence. This event also provides a platform to discuss potential future EU marine tourism projects and collaborations with important and influential networks such as FEDETON” says Seamus Neely.Delegates will enjoy a tour of Donegal’s marine tourism assets including St. John’s Point, Killybegs, Sliabh Liag, Glencolmcille and other hidden gems of our county.On Friday 8th July Donegal County Council in association with Donegal Tourism Ltd will be hosting a marine tourism themed seminar with keynote speakers from the sector and attended by businesses from across Donegal who engage in marine tourism activities. This seminar is funded by Donegal County Council, MalinWaters and with support provided by the Marine Institute and funded under the Marine Research Sub-programme by the Irish Government. Topics presented on the day will include EU and other funding opportunities for tourism providers, a case study of a local marine tourism business, a guest speaker from Scotland who will present on the Scottish marine tourism strategy ‘Awakening the Giant’, a presentation on e-tourism strategies and the future of online marketing, the Clean Coast Strategy from An Taisce and much more. A Q&A session will take place at the end of the day offering attendees the opportunity to discuss marine tourism topics with the expert panel of speakers.Joy Harron, Donegal Tourism Ltd is urging anyone interested in marine tourism in Donegal to come along to this seminar.“This seminar will be of particular interest to those who are operating in the marine tourism sector in Donegal or who have an interest in protecting our coastal ecosystems and marine species and how we can continue to develop this sector in a sustainable way”.The Atlantic Coastal Opportunities for Marine Tourism seminar will take place on 8 July 2016 in the Central Hotel, Donegal Town. To book your place visit .DONEGAL TO HOST MAJOR TOURISM CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK was last modified: June 29th, 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)last_img read more

first_imgLETTERKENNY AC’S Fionnuala Diver won today’s Glenveagh 5k as hundreds of women took part in the annual event around the grounds of the national park.The sun shone on a mild day for the well-organised event.Catherine Lilburn from City of Derry AC was second with Clare Devenney of Finn Valley AC in third. But it was all about the taking part as thousands of euro was raised for charity by more than 200 runners and more than 200 walkers.All the results are below: 1Fionnuala Diver 18:11.9184Senior Woman 2Catherine Lilburn 19:09.469Senior Woman 3Clare Devenney 20:22.1118Senior Woman 4Sinead Peoples 21:00.2126Senior Woman 5Nicola Doherty 21:06.3102Senior Woman 6Irene McFadden 21:11.6152Senior Woman 7Helen McCready 21:34.1163Senior Woman 8Noreen Bonner 21:46.188Masters Woman 9Margaret Shiels 22:07.3155Masters Woman 10Cliodhna Dunne 22:30.2198Senior Woman 11Catherine McKinley 22:36.882Senior Woman 12Gillian Marley 22:55.8144Junior Woman 13Caroline McGuire 23:12.6190Senior Woman 14Sharon Black 23:13.6130Senior Woman 15Nancy McNamee 23:16.6191Masters Woman 16Grace Friel 23:17.338Masters Woman 17Maura O’Grady 23:23.666Masters Woman 18Fiona Coyle 23:24.697Senior Woman 19Amanda McNulty 23:28.1147Senior Woman 20Samantha Wilkinson 23:31.272Senior Woman 21Denise Muldoon 23:35.333Masters Woman 22Edel Carroll 23:45.6167Senior Woman 23Fiona Jordan 23:48.0181Senior Woman 24Aoife McElwaine 23:49.7127Senior Woman 25Laura Moore 23:50.0140Senior Woman 26Grainne McCafferty 24:01.8199Senior Woman 27Isobel Breslin 24:07.345Masters Woman 28Gloria Donehy 24:18.2119Masters Woman 29Amy O’Donnell 24:18.543Junior Woman 30Suzy Roarty 24:19.721Masters Woman 31Joanne Gallinagh 24:33.8182Senior Woman 32Frances Gallagher 24:34.0121Senior Woman 33Helena Hynes 24:34.515Senior Woman 34Pauline Sweeney 25:07.234Masters Woman 35Aoife McGrenaghan 25:07.896Senior Woman 36Nicola Ryan 25:08.6197Senior Woman 37Tina Smith 25:12.346Senior Woman 38Debbie Housten 25:15.1183Masters Woman 39Goretti Marley 25:15.2164Masters Woman 40Elaine Gallagher 25:22.951Senior Woman 41Adele Kelly 25:31.652Senior Woman 42Kathryn Kavanagh 25:34.754Senior Woman 43Arlene Devenney 25:34.819Senior Woman 44Mary Carlin 25:54.577Masters Woman 45Fiona Deasley 26:00.217Senior Woman 46Deirdre Friel 26:08.0153Masters Woman 47Sandra Ellison 26:08.732Masters Woman 48Megan Greene 26:14.0133Senior Woman 49Caroline McAteer 26:14.458Masters Woman 50Mary Martin 26:17.599Masters Woman 51Mary Boner 26:20.9141Masters Woman 52Sinead Giles 26:21.1105Senior Woman 53Orla Nallen 26:21.816Senior Woman 54Bernie Crossan 26:23.98Masters Woman 55Ann Robinson 26:25.7111Senior Woman 56Rachel Crossan 26:28.17Senior Woman 57Sinead Thornton 26:31.3203Senior Woman 58Róise Diver 26:36.490Masters Woman 59Bridget Moore 26:38.5107Masters Woman 60Aileen Boss 26:39.64Senior Woman 61Elaine Grant 26:41.486Senior Woman 62Sinead Trearty 26:42.1179Senior Woman 63Clare Harkin 26:43.637Senior Woman 64Stacey Blake 26:43.878Senior Woman 65Catherine Crawford 26:49.2162Senior Woman 66Catherine Boyle 26:50.8193Masters Woman 67Anette Toye 26:57.0202Masters Woman 68Louise Duddy 26:57.091Senior Woman 69Caitríona Gilligan 26:59.8180Senior Woman 70Jackie Ireland 27:04.940Masters Woman 71Patricia Peoples 27:07.044Senior Woman 72Sally Sherry 27:12.69Senior Woman 73Margaret Moran 27:14.753Senior Woman 74Lynette Morgan 27:23.371Senior Woman 75Eileen Duggan 27:24.8158Masters Woman 76Aileen MCCullagh 27:25.8136Senior Woman 77Joanne Kilmartin 27:27.0139Senior Woman 78Martina Mulhern 27:27.11Senior Woman 79Yvonne McGuinness 27:31.7189Senior Woman 80Patricia Nutty 27:32.242Senior Woman 81Jessica Morrison 27:33.66Senior Woman 82Emma Wallace 27:37.2146Senior Woman 83Ann Doherty 27:46.6101Senior Woman 84Liz McFadden 27:46.6100Senior Woman 85Sinead Scully 27:47.218Senior Woman 86Agnes Monaghan 27:47.564Senior Woman 87Rosemary McGee 27:51.373Masters Woman 88Una Harkin 27:51.825Senior Woman 89Tanya Hardiman 27:51.974Senior Woman 90Sinead Collins 27:52.1117Senior Woman 91Noelle Sweeney 27:53.755Senior Woman 92Hazel McFadden 27:54.793Senior Woman 93Niamh McFadden 28:02.179Senior Woman 94Margaret McConnell 28:06.4110Senior Woman 95Frances McBride 28:09.3128Senior Woman 96Mary Ruddy 28:10.9108Masters Woman 97Mairead Gallen 28:12.4186Senior Woman 98Jean McGlinchey 28:19.0177Masters Woman 99Ann O’Donnell 28:19.7123Senior Woman 100Ann Tinney 28:21.3104Masters Woman 101Caroline Toye 28:23.3149Senior Woman 102Treasa Kelly 28:24.4106Senior Woman 103Grace Garvie 28:27.6131Senior Woman 104Geraldine Hunter 28:29.611Senior Woman 105Patricia O’Donnell 28:31.7122Senior Woman 106Pauline Gallagher 28:35.213Masters Woman 107Mary McGrath 28:36.9192Senior Woman 108Carolyn Duffy 28:46.3187Senior Woman 109Tove O’Sullivan 28:50.45Senior Woman 110Louise Mailley 28:50.7137Senior Woman 111Sadie Toye 28:52.8148Masters Woman 112Aisling Dowds 28:56.735Senior Woman 113Vanessa Eastlick 28:59.341Senior Woman 114Sophie Kelly 29:05.3165Senior Woman 115Michelle Sibbald 29:11.756Senior Woman 116Linda McCann 29:12.4115Masters Woman 117Fiona Blaney 29:12.6138Masters Woman 118Kathleen Hall 29:20.8172Senior Woman 119Michelle O’Kane 29:23.249Senior Woman 120Dinese Harper 29:27.5120Masters Woman 121Catriona Costello 29:29.9204Senior Woman 122Andrea McFeely 29:32.892Senior Woman 123Aisling Gallagher 29:32.994Senior Woman 124Mary McFeely 29:36.185Masters Woman 125Annette Duddy 29:41.4170Masters Woman 126Darina Ferry 29:41.6109Masters Woman 127Michelle Green 29:44.0175Masters Woman 128Lorna O’Donnell 29:44.1160Masters Woman 129Martina McBrearty 29:45.781Masters Woman 130Cora Harvey 29:48.0185Senior Woman 131Linda Sweeney 29:53.095Senior Woman 132Eimear Dowds 29:54.536Senior Woman 133Bronagh Herrin 29:58.420Masters Woman 134Aofe Doherty 29:58.767Senior Woman 135Sylvia Robinson 30:02.2112Senior Woman 136Avril Larkin 30:04.6169Masters Woman 137Elaine Robinson 30:05.23Senior Woman 138Niamh Gibbons 30:05.5168Senior Woman139Denise McElwaine 30:09.084Senior Woman 140Fiona Harkin 30:12.428Senior Woman 141Andrea McGettigan 30:15.323Senior Woman 142Anne Sheridan 30:22.263Senior Woman 143Fiona Quinn 30:24.280Senior Woman 144Alicia Coll 30:33.050Junior Woman 145Aishling Crawford 30:33.587Senior Woman 146Mairead McNutty 30:35.948Senior Woman 147Patricia McGrenra 30:55.524Senior Woman 148Marjory Russell 31:00.6103Senior Woman 149Michelle McKinney 31:13.229Senior Woman 150Kerry McElhinney 31:14.1134Senior Woman 151Noleen Duggan 31:19.710Masters Woman 152Patra Hanlon 31:23.589Senior Woman 153Louise Dunne 31:29.3135Senior Woman 154Breege Burns 31:37.822Masters Woman 155Lynsey Harding 31:38.657Senior Woman 156Amanda Bonner 31:51.626Senior Woman 157Kireranna McCormick 31:52.8124Senior Woman 158Grace Harkin 31:56.0195Junior Woman 159Brenda O’Neill 31:56.0194Masters Woman 160Ciara Doherty 31:56.368Senior Woman 161Eimear Gibbons 32:00.6171Senior Woman 162Ginette McElwaine 32:01.3196Senior Woman 163Mary Duddy 32:03.9145Senior Woman 164Rachel O’Donnell 32:09.6125Senior Woman 165Louanne Lappin 32:17.3157Senior Woman 166Siobhan Kelly 32:18.183Senior Woman 167Agnes Devenney 32:22.339Masters Woman 168Angie McDaid 32:34.9178Senior Woman 169Roisin Kenny 32:38.2154Senior Woman 170Bernie O’Donnell 32:47.912Masters Woman 171Margaret Eastwood 32:49.398Masters Woman 172Maureen Gallagher 33:01.3159Senior Woman 173Sandra Ward 33:01.8188Masters Woman 174Michelle McNeal 33:02.5166Senior Woman 175Rosemary Boggs 33:04.72Masters Woman 176Sarah Doherty 33:38.7132Senior Woman 177Sheena Stewart 33:39.1151Masters Woman 178Lillian Lee 33:46.7150Masters Woman 179Catriona McDaid 33:47.0156Senior Woman 180Siobhan McLaughlin 33:47.2142Senior Woman 181Amiee Doherty 33:48.130Senior Woman 182Shaunen Cleary 33:48.631Senior Woman 183Elaine Wilkin 33:57.6176Senior Woman 184Rosemary Sharkey 34:20.962Senior Woman 185Kathy McGee 34:36.959Senior Woman 186Marie Davell 34:38.3116Masters Woman 187Ann McGinley 35:07.5173Masters Woman 188Veronica McBride 35:09.7174Masters Woman 189Rosemary Lane 35:59.014Junior Woman 190Noreen McGlynn 36:35.560Senior Woman 191Ursala Rogers 37:21.075Senior Woman 192Ann-Louise Scott 37:31.927Senior Woman 193Treasa Doherty 37:47.370Senior Woman 194Michelle McDaid 40:14.0200Senior Woman 195Tara McDaid 40:14.6201Senior Woman 196Clare McBride 40:15.3129Senior Woman 197Frances McBride 40:49.9143Senior Woman 198Joan McHugh 43:09.065Masters Woman 199Hanna Bouvaird 44:34.7114Junior Woman 200Sinead McNutty 46:45.647Senior Woman 201Tina Bouvaird 46:47.0113Senior Woman 202Patricia Martin 46:51.676Senior Woman 203Denise Bradley 47:22.4161Masters Woman        FULL RESULTS & PIX: HUNDREDS AT GLENVEAGH WOMEN’S 5K RUN was last modified: April 15th, 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:FULL RESULTS & PIX: HUNDREDS AT GLENVEAGH WOMEN’S 5K RUNlast_img read more

first_imgDFL (Donegal Football League) Magazine have just released their second issue about soccer in Donegal.In this months issue, the magazine features some great interviews, news and reviews. • The Interview features goalkeeper Joe Coll from Meenlaragh(Formerly of Glenea Utd and Manchester United Youths)• Club Preview: We feature St. Catherines FC, Killybegs• Manager Scope features Sean Sandilands of Bonagee Utd, formerly of Kilmacrenan Celtic• Player Scope features Jason Toner of Convoy Arsenal.• New additions: We’ve the ‘View from Finn Harps – Interview with Finn Harps legend Brendan Bradley’• The Match: Rathmullan Celtic vs Milford Utd Area Final Review(Match report and photos)• Sports Nutrition: Tips and advice on how to prepare and recover from a game • Physio Report: Tips and advice on how to prevent and treat injuries• Spot the Ball Competition – Guess where the ball is to be in with a chance of winning a €30 Gift VoucherThe 2nd issue of the DFL Magazine is now available to buy in the following Shops:Tobins Filling Station (Letterkenny), Paper Post (Main Street Letterkenny), Clarkes Newsagents (Main Street Letterkenny), Checkout (Oldtown-across from Old Dunnes Letterkenny), Swilly Food Store (Letterkenny), An Siopa (Annagry), Clerkins Shop (Leitir), Breslins Shop (Killybegs), Centra (Killybegs), Barry Gallagher … Shop (Bruckless), Inver Retail (Inver), Holmes Service Station, (Killybegs Rd, Donegal Town), An Siopa (Annagry), O’Donnells Shop (Crolly), Roartys Shop (Dunlewy), Spar (Kilmacrenan), McGees Esso (Falcarragh Main, St), Matt Bonnars (Bunbeg), Gallaghers Foodstore (Derrybeg), Molloys (Derrybeg), Sweeneys Newsagents (Dungloe), Sharkeys Filling Station (Dungloe), Alexanders Shop (Ballybofey) Bolands Newsagents (Ballybofey), Andies Supermarket (Stranorlar), Mace Shop (Stranorlar), Topaz Todays Extra (Castlefinn), Harris’ Service Station (Convoy), Moores Newsagents (Convoy), Gallens Newsagents (Rathmullen), McBrides Shop (Milford), Hays Shop (Milford)DONEGAL SOCCER MAGAZINE LAUNCHES SECOND EDITION AFTER GREAT START was last modified: October 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:Donegal Football League magazinelast_img read more

first_imgThe scene of the accident in Letterkenny this evening.There are major traffic delays in Letterkenny following a traffic accident this evening.The accident, which took place at the roundabout at Oldtown Bridge close to the Old Dunnes Stores, happened just after 6pm.Two cars were involved in the incident. Gardai and an ambulance are at the scene but it is not known if anyone is seriously hurt.TRAFFIC DISRUPTION AFTER ACCIDENT IN LETTERKENNY was last modified: November 7th, 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:accidentletterkennylast_img read more