PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):Out-of-favour Test batsman Narsingh Deonarine has signed on to play for Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in this year’s Professional Cricket League, in a swap deal that will see Nkrumah Bonner heading to Leeward Islands Hurricanes.The left-handed Deonarine, who scored over 500 runs last season representing Guyana Jaguars, declined a retainer contract with the Georgetown-based outfit and opted to enter the draft where he was selected by Hurricanes.Deonarine’s switch to Red Force was accommodated due to the fact that his wife is Trinidadian and playing for the Port of Spain franchise would allow him to spend more time with his family.The 32-year-old Deonarine will be a major asset to a Red Force side that struggled in last year’s competition and finished one from bottom in the six-team campaign.He was one of the catalysts behind Jaguars’ victory bid, stroking 514 runs at an average of 42 with two centuries. Deonarine can also bowl off spin and took 14 wickets last season.The PCL is set to bowl off in November.
Dear Editor,The Coalition Government should be nominated for the Best Comedian Award at the next Oscar Awards Ceremony, and I am sure they will outclass all the others by miles!Firstly, they refused to accept a matter of simple mathematics; not calculus or trigonometry, but simple arithmetic. It was a matter of simply finding the majority of 65. Even a Grade 5 student would have told them that the answer is 33, and not 34.The erudite and learned Senior Council Mr Nigel Hughes bewildered the Attorney General, another ‘learned’ Senior Council, (and that was effortless) into believing that the majority is 34, and not 33, as is succinctly outlined in our Constitution. Even though the learned High Court Judge ruled that it is 33, they had to take it to our Appeal Court to make the 34 stand, albeit temporarily. It did appease them for a while after a much controversial decision granted in their favour; it was 2 to 1 in favour.Maybe some judges need to be nominated into that category as well!Our final Court of Appeal, the Caribbean Court of Justice, ultimately made minced meat of our ‘learned Attorney General and his legal team. The decision was a historic landmark which will forever be etched in the legal annals, since it once and for all shattered the nonsensical argument that 34 is the majority of 65.The Coalition’s team also took a sound trashing in constitutional law and jurisprudence. It not only taught Basil Williams and Nigel Hughes basic arithmetic, but gave them a lesson in a simple and literal meaning of Article 106 (6) of our Constitution.But this scenario is not the only reason for the Oscar nomination.Secondly, one would have thought that after the legal trashing by the CCJ, the Coalition would have sharpened up their basic English skills. But that did not materialise. It seemed as though the mindset of the Attorney General is rooted in absolute ignorance of the literal interpretation of Constitutional laws. But alas! Not only him, but ‘learned’ lawyers in the Coalition, such as Nagamootoo and Ramjattan!These should be nominated for comedians in a supporting role! They do not seem to understand that our Constitution already provided a 3-month time period wherein General and Regional Elections must be called after the date of successful passing of the no-confidence motion (NCM). There is no compromise, unless a two-thirds majority agrees to extend this timeline, which is an absolute impossibility! The Opposition is simply not interested.But the comical theatrics did not stop there. Ramjattan had to make himself a mockery when he told Berbicians that the President should submit a list of nominees for the GECOM Chair, and that since the Leader of the Opposition rejected Granger’s list, then Jagdeo is not acting in ‘good faith’! He kept chattering about ‘consensuality’ and ‘hammering’ out a positive outcome, but Ramjattan failed to realise that there is an Article in our Constitution which provides for the process which must be adhered to, and the CCJ made this clear: that ‘consensuality’ should be in accordance with that Article.Nothing outside of that was recommended, as Ramjattan wants Berbicians to believe. This man should stop thinking that he is the only ‘bright boy’ Berbice produced! Article 161(2) should be ‘hammered’ into his senses. It provided the steps in this process, wherein it is the Leader of the Opposition who must provide the names of the nominees and, if rejected, it is the President who must, according to the CCJ, provide reasons for his rejection. It must be recalled that Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George-Wiltshire had likewise so adjudicated.Moreover, the President is bound to do so, having now regard for the 3-month time limit. Any attempt to stall and frustrate the speedy appointment of the Chairman is unconstitutional and against the ruling of the CCJ.Lastly, what makes this comedy more laughable is that these comedians failed to realise that house-to-house registration, apart from being unwarranted, will not be in accordance with the 3-month time limit; therefore, any continuance with this process is in complete defiance of the CCJ’s ruling: that General and Regional Elections must be held within 3 months, as per our Constitution.This is an election for which GECOM had since 21 December, 2018 to prepare. It is time for Granger to select the GECOM Chairman from the list provided by Jagdeo; someone who is ‘not unacceptable’ to him, and announce the date for elections. This ‘comedy’ is no longer a laughing matter! Ramjattan should quit his asinine statements to Berbicians!Yours sincerely,Haseef Yusuf
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0Shares0000Action between Kisumu Day and Ebwali Secondary School during their National Football School Games match at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on July 30, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluKISUMU, Kenya, Jul 30 – James Isaboke struck with eight minutes left on the clock as Vihiga’s Ebwali Secondary School saw off home side and crowd favorites Kisumu Day 1-0 in the first day of the Kenya Secondary National School Games at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on Tuesday.Isaboke raced through on goal after the ball was planted behind the defense to lob the ball over the advancing keeper to break the deadlock in what was billed as a ‘mini Mashemeji Derby’. Ebwali are making their first ever appearance in the national school games and it is no wonder they have achieved the fete as they are coached by Francis Muhambe who took Olbolosat into the nationals for the first time last season and went all the way to the final to lose to Kakamega High School.The Vihiga County champions who finished third in the regional games earned the right to play in the nationals after finalists St Peters Mumias and St. Mary’s Kibabii were eliminated due to irregularities.And they showed that they truly deserved to play in the grand stage of Kenyan school games with a scintillating performance against Kisumu Day who were playing on a pitch just across their school.Ebwali keeper Hannington Injendi was the first to be called up to duty when he did well to palm away a third minute effort from Erick Oucho. The Vihiga based side had their own chance when Kevin Owala’s scorching effort from distance was blocked for a corner.The ‘visitors’ were patient and played well behind the ball. They used the best opportunity they had late in the game to register their first win.Ebwali will take on Mbooni in their second match on Wednesday morning while Kisumu Day will look for redemption taking on Dagoretti High School.Meanwhile, St. Anthony’s Kitale started their campaign on a high with a nervy 1-0 win over Shimba Hills.In the Girls’ category, Nyanza’s Nyakach Girls whipped Central Region’s Karugwa 8-1 while Itigo hit Dagoretti Mixed 1-0.0Shares0000(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)
Here is a selection of the top news stories from Sunday’s newspapers…Liverpool have contacted representatives of Jurgen Klopp and Carlo Ancelotti. (according to the Sunday Express) Real Madrid want Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, 24 and Barcelona want Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho. (Sunday Times) Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal believes the intensity of the Premier League is behind the struggles of English clubs in the Champions League. (Daily Star Sunday)United are eyeing a deal for Charlton’s 22-year-old Welsh defender Morgan Fox, as a replacement for the injured Luke Shaw. (Sunday Mirror) Liverpool are potting a deal for Dinamo Zagreb and Croatia midfielder Marko Rog. (Sun on Sunday) Defender John Terry could soon return for Chelsea after the Blues defence conceded two goals against Newcastle on Saturday. (Mail on Sunday) The Football Association has denied Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino’s claim that Harry Kane is exhausted because he played for England him in the European Under-21 Championship in Czech Republic last summer. (Mail on Sunday) Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish has chosen to play for England rather than the Republic of Ireland because he wants a better chance of playing at major tournaments. (Sunday Express) Fifa president Sepp Blatter and Uefa president Michel Platini could be suspended by world football’s governing body, scuppering Platini’s hopes of succeeding Blatter. (Guardian)And here is a selection of the top stories on talkSPORT.com…Brendan Rodgers cannot fathom ‘hysteria’ surrounding his job at LiverpoolLouis van Gaal’s verdict on Manchester United going top of the table‘Get behind Rodgers and stop being moronic, Liverpool fans!’The potential at Tottenham is massive, says Spurs bossThis Arsenal star ‘has got it all’Massive Messi blow for Barcelona Transfer rumours 1
Jordy Clasie could leave Southampton this summer 1 Out-of-favour Southampton midfielder Jordy Clasie has emerged as a potential target for Italian giants Lazio.The Dutch international, who joined the Saints in the summer of 2015, was a peripheral figure for much of last season and could well be loaned out during the transfer window.Clasie, who started just 12 Premier League games this season, has admitted his desire for first-team football and with midfield competition at Southampton very fierce, he may be forced to consider a temporary spell away.And, according to Corriere dello Sport, Lazio are exploring the possibility of bringing the 25-year-old to the Stadio Olimpico on a loan deal.The midfielder joined the south coast club from Feyenoord two years ago and has scored just once in 48 appearances for the Saints.
Cardiff City have splashed the cash once again this summer to sign Bristol City’s Bobby Reid for a reported £10million.Reid, 25, came through Bristol‘s youth academy and will now get his first taste of Premier League football with Neil Warnock‘s newly-promoted Bluebirds. moving on 3 three-way race targets TOP WORK RANKED LATEST Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade LIVING THE DREAM LATEST TRANSFER GOSSIP ON TALKSPORT.COM Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Reid’s penalty put Bristol 1-0 up at the Etihad in the League Cup semi-final, before falling 5-3 on aggregate to the Premier League champions Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland REVEALED The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer 3 Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Reid is Cardiff’s fourth signing of the summer after finishing second in the Championship to gain promotion back to the top flight last season.He joins new boys Josh Murphy, signed from Norwich City, left-back Greg Cunningham from Preston North End and Smithies, taking the club’s spending to around £28.5m.Cardiff boss Warnock said of Reid: “I think his best is yet to come, he’s capable of scoring goals at the top level.“People like him and Josh Murphy are hungry, I’ve got to get hungry players now and they’re both really looking forward to the challenge.” Flint also left the Robins this week after five years with the club The deal marks a second blow in as many days for Bristol City, who lost centre-back Aden Flint to Middlesbrough on Wednesday.Flint, 28, spent five years with the Robins after joining from Swindon Town, scoring an impressive 39 goals in 246 games before making a £7m switch to Boro.Flint and Reid achieved cult status at Ashton Gate, starring in the club’s famed goal GIFs, which lit up social media particularly throughout their League Cup run last season, including a 2-1 last-minute win over Manchester United in December. Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father targets Reid’s breakout 2017/18 season at Ashton Gate saw him hit 19 goals in the Championship and 21 in all competitions, having netted just 11 times in six previous seasons as a professional.The forward was named in the Championship team of the year for his efforts and also gave Bristol a shock lead in their League Cup semi-final first leg away at Manchester City.He signs a four-year deal at Cardiff, who also announced the signing of QPR keeper Alex Smithies for £3.5m on Thursday.Speaking after completing the deal, Reid said: “I’m delighted to be here and to be a Premier League player. I want to show my high energy and work rate, as well as being creative and working for the team. I’m buzzing to get started.” Reid spent time on loan at Cheltenham Town, Oldham Athletic and Plymouth Argyle while with Bristol IN DEMAND 3 Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing
DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEREPORTS SUNDAYBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division Cranford United 0 Glenea United 1Glenea left Cranford with all three points but it was a lucky escape for the title challengers as the winner came against the run of play with just seven minutes remaining. In a tightly contested first half chances were at a premium with Marty McBride and Shaun Mc Elwaine having efforts for Cranford and Kevin Mulhern and Ryan Mc Fadden for Glenea. The second half saw Cranford mostly on the front foot and they were unlucky to have two penalty shouts turned down when Kyle Black and then Philip Buchanan went to ground in the area. Glenea scored the goal which turned out to be the winner in the 83rd minute when a Denis Boyle deflected shot hit the net off the crossbar. Cranford still had time to see a Seamus Friel shot brilliantly tipped over by Joe Coll. Best for Glenea were Joe Coll and Sean Maguire with Seamus Mc Laughlin and Ryan Mc Gonagle best for Cranford. Referee: Joe Mc Hugh.Lifford Celtic 3 Rathmullan Celtic 1Played in heavy conditions, Lifford settled quickest and went one ahead on 5 minutes thanks to a Stuart Carlin volley from 30 yards. Rathmullan cleared from a corner only for the full back to rifle the ball to the bottom corner. Lifford doubled their advantage soon after when Johnny Robb headed to the bottom corner following a cross from Alan Gethins on 15 minutes. As the half wore on Rathmullan got their reward when Oisin Mc Menamin headed home following a goalmouth scramble from a corner kick on the stroke of half time. The second half was a more even affair with both defence’s coming out on top resulting in very few clear cut chances for either team. Dara Patton almost equalised for Rathmullan from point blank range but Lee White was equal to the task. From the resulting kick-out Lifford wrapped up the three points when Mark Neeson was on hand to lob Ian Strain from 20 yards in the 85th minute. Team performances from both sides in what was a spirited game played in poor conditions.Curragh Athletic 3 Gweedore Celtic 1Curragh gained their first points of the season thanks to a very good performance and three well taken goals from Dan O Brien (2) and Shane Barclay. Playing against Gaeltacht club Gweedore Celtic, the home team deserved their victory and although they had to defend in numbers in the last ten minutes, they fully deserved the victory. The first half saw both keepers keep out certain goals, with Mickey Mc Kelvey tipping over a thunderbolt from Marcus Oliver before Roy Duffy produced the save of the match palming a point blank header against the bar. On thirty one minutes Shane Barclay shot wide as Curragh began to dominate and they deservedly went in front when forward Dan O’ Brien was put through on goal by Marcus Oliver and his delightful chip beat keeper Mickey Mc Kelvey to put Curragh one up at the break. The second half continued well for Curragh who then doubled their lead on forty nine minutes when Shane Barclay produced a brilliant individual goal beating three players before also chipping the ball over the advancing Mc Kelvey. Both teams then played some good football with Gweedore always looking to push forward and Curragh looking dangerous on the break. The Gaeltacht team did pull a goal back following a corner with Kieran Ferry netting on sixty five minutes but Dan O’ Brien wrapped up all three points on eighty one minutes when he rounded the keeper and scored from a very tight angle. Best for Curragh were Roy Duffy, Mickey O Brien, Neil Lloyd, Alan Boal and Dan O’ Brien along with youngsters Justin Mc Bride and Dillon Irwin. Best for Gweedore Celtic were Kieran Ferry and Mickey Mc Kelvey. Referee: Marty QuinnDonegal Town 2 Kilmacrennan Celtic 2It was honours even at the Hospital Field as Donegal Town and Kilmacrennan Celtic played out an entertaining two all draw. The first half was a quiet affair with both sides cancelling each other out and there were very little in the way of clear cut chances. The game sprang to life in the last half hour when Benny Byrne put the home side in front, finishing from close range. Kilmacrennan responded well and got an equaliser when Steven Mc Elwaine slotted the ball home. The home side then pressed in search of a winning goal and an excellent strike from Clint Walsh looked like it had sealed the three points for the home side. Kilmacrennan had different ideas and ensured they left with a point when Michael McLaughlin slipped through the defence to slot the ball under the town ‘keeper Dermot Mc Cafferty. Both sides pushed for a winner late on but the game ended all square. Good team performances from both sides. Milford United 1 St. Catherines 4Milford were beat by a harder working St. Catherines’ team who scored at vital times . The visitors took the lead on twenty minutes through Shane Molloy and Jamie Heaney equalised a minute later driving home a ball from a corner. The Killybegs men took the lead on the stroke of half time with a well worked team goal. Milford had a great chance on 60 minutes when Joey Cullen shot wide at back post and St. Catherines went up the field on the break an Daniel Breslin tapped home for a three one lead. Milford pushed to get back in to game but never created any clear cut chances. Killybegs scored a fourth in the final minutes through O’ Rourke.. Best for St. Catherines were Shane Molloy and Daniel Breslin. Best for Milford were Caolan Mc Gettigan, PJ Hagan and Pauric FerryWatson Hire Division OneBonagee United 1 Gweedore United 1 Mark Hunter came close on seven minutes for the home side, after a good through ball from Garry Patton, but his strike went just wide of the post. Bonagee took the lead on twelve minutes when Noel O’ Donnell fired home from ten yards after a Reece short cross from the left. Paul Doohan had a free kick from twenty five yards well saved by Carr in the home goal. Owen Doohan came close for the visitors on thirty five minutes but his header from six yards went over the crossbar. Gweedore started the second have a lot sharper and efforts from Michael Connolly and Ken Sweeney were just wide of the home goal. Gweedore levelled the match on fifty seven minutes when a free kick from twenty five yards from James Boyle found the top right corner of the net. Both teams had chances, for Coyle and Short for the home team and Michael Connelly and Ciaran Mc Fadden for the visitors. Both defences cancelled each other out and a draw on the day was a fair result. Referee: Kevin Logue.Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 5 Keadue Rovers 0The ‘71 got back to winning ways with a good win over a young Keadue side, the score-line not reflecting a good performance from the Dungloe men. Kerrykeel started well with Paddy Mc Grenaghan and Cathal Martin doing well in midfield and their first chance fell to Niall Doherty but his effort was well saved by Donal Boyle. Keadue had a goal ruled out for off-side on ten minutes and again went close on eighteen minutes with Ryan Green’s effort going wide. The ‘71 went in front on thirty five minutes when a great Aidan Mc Ateer cross was met by Johnny Nanny and he fired home from eighteen yards.Kerrykeel had a great start to the second half when Seimie Coshia Friel found room in the box and cooly shot home. The points were made safe on fifty eight minutes when Paddy Mc Grenaghan played in Niall Doherty and he brilliantly rounded the keeper and hit the bottom corner. Keadue, to their credit, never stopped but found Marty Mc Ateer, Patrick Mc Conigley and Aidan Mc Ateer a hindrance in defence. Paddy Mc Grenaghan made it four on seventy five minutes, this time Mark Friel set him up and he drove home from ten yards. Mark Friel rounded off the scoring on eighty eight minutes when he broke clear down the right and beat two defenders before striking from ten yards to beat Boyle. A good win for the ‘71 which keeps them in the promotion race.Best for Kerrykeel ‘71: Cathal Martin, Seimie Friel, Patrick Mc ConigleyBest for Keadue: Ryan GreenReferee: Victor RaineyLagan Harps 2 Castlefin Celtic 3Lagan will wonder how they came away with no points from a game they dominated for long periods. They started strongly but passed up some great chances early on. Austin Mallon went closest but young Anthony O’Hagan pushed it round the post. They paid for this when Castlefin took the lead on twenty five minutes. PJ Mc Menamin scored with a freekick from thirty yards. They doubled their lead when they were awarded a penalty on thirty eight minutes. Ronan Tourish converting the kick. Lagan got a lifeline when Ruairi Crawford’s cross was turned in by a Castlefin defender. Lagan pressed for most of the second half but between good defending and poor finishing they couldn’t get the equaliser. Castlefin grabbed a third on eighty five minutes when Ronan Tourish pounced to score from close range. Lagan grabbed a second when they were awarded a penalty and Eunan Diver converted. Despite a late flurry Castlefin held on for three hard won points. Best for Lagan were Ronan Lennon, Ruairi Crawford, Oisin Kelly and Eunan Diver. For Castlefin Aaron and Anthony O’Hagan, Ronan Tourish and Simon Mc Glinchey did well. Referee: Ed Moore.Dunkineely Celtic 2 Drumoghill F.C. 4Played in perfect conditions at Darney Park this was a very competitive and entertaining contest. Dunkineely had the first strike on goal in the opening minute when Cian Kennedy shot narrowly wide following a long throw. Liam O’ Donnell had Drumoghill’s fist effort on 10 minutes which was just over the bar. Drumoghill took the lead on 28 minutes when Kevin Kelly scored with a direct free kick from the edge of the box. Dunkineely’s reply was instant. From the kick off they forced a corner and in the resulting scramble the referee awarded a penalty for a foul on Martin Cunningham. Adrian Nesbitt scored the penalty. Drumoghill continued to press and had a shot cleared off the line by Declan Murrin. On 40 minutes they drew level when they were awarded a penalty. The keeper saved the first attempt, but the referee ordered it to be retaken for encroachment by Dunkineely. Liam O’ Donnell scored at the second attempt but once again the referee ordered it to be retaken for encroachment by Drumoghill. Liam O’ Donnell put the third attempt away to level the score.The second half was a close affair with both sides having half chances without really testing either keeper. Drumoghill took the lead on 75 minutes. With the home team expecting a whistle for a foul Damien Crossan fired in a long range shot which flew into the top corner. They scored their fourth to seal the victory on 78 minutes when David O’ Connell headed home a free.Referee: Martin Mc AnnenyEany Celtic 0 Cappry Rovers 7Cappry Rovers secured all three points at Eany Park but it wasn’t till early in the second half that a fortunate goal from Dylan Ramsey got them on the scoresheet. The first half ended 0-0 with Cappry dominant but a defiant Eany also had chances fall to Pauric McHugh and Barry Rose. Following Ramsey’s goal in the 50th minute further goals in a twenty minute spell from Brian Lafferty, Dylan Ramsey and Michael Lafferty saw the visitors break Eany’s resolve. It wasn’t till late on in the game that the other goals from Mark Griffin and Kyle Lafferty completed the Cappry performance. Team performances from both sides. Referee: Marty Mc GarrigleCT Ball Division TwoCopany Rovers 2 Deele Harps 1Copany Rovers entertained Deele Harps at Ballykillone Park for what proved to be a closely contested game. Copany opened the scoring in the 28th minute with a good passing move up the right wing which found its way to Glenn Harron who neatly slotted it home. David Graham made it two nil in the 37th minute. It remained like that until half time. Deele Harps started the second half strongly. Their pressure paid off when they were awarded a free kick on the edge of the box which Darragh Kelly slotted home via a deflection. Copany started to up their game and were unlucky on numerous occasions, hitting the woodwork twice. The game ended in a well deserved win for Copany Rovers. Good team performances from both sides.Letterbarrow Celtic 1 Ballybofey United 1Letterbarrow Celtic came from behind to claim a share of the spoils from their home match with Ballybofey United on Sunday afternoon at Tymeen. The Twin Towns outfit took the lead on fifteen minutes when David White scored. After that both sides had numerous chances but neither could add to the score-board. Letterbarrow got their equaliser ten minutes into the second half when Paul Murrin registered and that completed the scoring in this CT Ball Division Two match. A minutes silence was impeccably observed before the match in memory of Kara Mc Cole. Referee: Seamus Mc GroaryRaphoe Town 2 Dunlewy Celtic 1It took Raphoe a while to get into this game as the first 25 minutes went by without any goal mouth action. Raphoe sprung to life when a fine move involving David Craig and Jamie Gallagher who set up Gavin Mc Brearty to slot home with a fine finish. Raphoe stayed on top after this and went two up just after half time when Jamie Gallagher was on hand to slam home a rebound after a fine effort from Seamus Bogle was saved by the Dunlewey keeper. Raphoe should have made it three but Gallagher and Craig where both denied by some last ditch defending but credit to the away side they kept going and got a goal back after a great run by Mc Geady, beating four men and finishing well. Raphoe had to withstand some late pressure but held out and claimed a vital win. Stephen Craig, Seamus Bogle and Finbar Allen were best for Raphoe and a good team effort from a determined Dunlewy.Whitestrand United 2 Convoy Arsenal 1On a cold fresh day Whitestrand United took on Convoy Arsenal at Whitestrand Park. The match started with both teams being evenly matched and not many chances coming for either team. As the match progressed Convoy began to take control of the game and Whitestrand were second best for large parts of the early stages. The Whitestrand keeper kept his team in it with two superb saves as Convoy pressed for the opening goal. Then against the run of play Anthony Fisher seized upon a hopeful ball forward and he squared it to Paul Lynch who struck for goal. The Convoy keeper saved but was unable to keep out Michael Sweeney’s rebound conversion. That goal came against the run of play but it spurred “The Strand” on to score a second when James Gallagher hit a cross come shot which crossed the line in the 36th minute. The game was stop start as the referee gave a lot of free’s. This led to Convoy getting a goal back when Luke Harkin’s free found the bottom corner on 38 minutes. The referee then blew for half time with the game poised at 2-1.The second half was quite bad tempered with a few yellow cards and again a lot of free kicks. The game was much more evenly balanced with Michael Sweeney in particular having a few chances, which were saved by the Convoy keeper. Sean Gallagher hit a good strike from range, which went narrowly over the bar. As the match wore on Whitestrand seemed content to hold on for the victory, which was exactly what happened as late Convoy pressure led to nothing and the game ended 2-1. Best for the Whitestrand were Eamon Martin and Sean McFadden and it was a good overall team performance from Convoy.Glenree United 4 Drumbar F.C. 2On a bitterly cold but day on the banks of Sheephaven Bay it was JJ Mc Gettigan’s Red Shirts of Glenree who finished off a hard battle in style. The visitors got off to a good start when Brogan, their number ten, shot on goal and a Glenree defender deflected the ball to wrong foot his keeper on 10 minutes. Glenree responded positively with great work from Paul Coyle to assist Andrew Kelly who scored on 12 minutes. The visitors seemed to have the rub of the green on the day and Brogan again notched, this time a good effort top corner.And so the half finished with Drumbar having the advantage.A more positive approach to the game from United in the second half saw them equalise on 46 minutes through Paul Coyle. Then a masterclass of a dead ball free kick from Danny Langan saw the ball hit top corner. The final minutes were played out cagey enough and it was Danny Langan again who scored from an acute angle to tie up the affair.A good battling performance from Drumbar with John Cunningham and Danny Langan having a good game for the Carrigart men. Referee: Gerry RoddenDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEREPORTSSATURDAYDowntown CupDonegal Town Reserves 3 Curragh Athletic Reserves 1Donegal finished off their Downtown Cup campaign with a 3-1victory over a Curragh Athletic. In a game played at a frantic pace it was Curragh who played the better football and created some good scoring chances in the opening stages. Donegal then settled into the game and took the lead when Joe Lafferty powered home a Ciaran O’Reilly corner. Donegal doubled their lead on the stroke of half time when Alex Mc Nelis pounced on confusion in the Curragh defence to put the home side two up at the break.Donegal came out strong for the second half and dominated the early stages with David Bustard and Paul Gerard Duncan both going close. Curragh remained a threat but where thwarted by some last ditch Donegal defending. The victory was sealed with twenty minutes left on the clock when Ciaran McGinley got the goal his performance deserved, running through to round the ‘keeper and slot the ball home. Curragh kept playing away and got a consolation goal when Dan O’Brien finished well inside the area. An entertaining game overall with good team displays from both sides.Erne Wanderers 2 Glencar Celtic 3Erne Wanderers hosted Glencar Celtic in this “Winner Take All” encounter in the Downtown Cup on Saturday. It was the visitors who came out on top in a very entertaining game which saw a host of chances for both teams. Erne got off to the perfect start and scored after only two minutes when Diarmuid Spratt found the net after a centre from Alan Russell fell to his feet, via a miscued effort from Michael McNeely, and he blasted into the roof of the net. Celtic levelled on twenty minutes when Pajo Rafferty broke into the box and went down under a rash challenge from Cassidy. Rafferty finished the penalty straight down the middle. Wanderers took the lead again on thirty minutes when Spratt broke the offside trap and rounded the keeper and centred for David Dolan to find the bottom corner from ten yards. Erne were now on top and had another three good chances to extend their lead but to no avail. At the other end Pajo was keeping the Erne backline on their toes and created three or four good chances that went abegging. The second half started with Glencar fast out of the blocks and they hit the post inside a minute. With Spratt causing problems for the Celtic defence Erne were still a threat on the counter attack and had two or three half chances but no end product. Glencar thought they levelled on the hour mark but it was ruled out for a marginal offside. The leveller came on seventy minutes when Erne went to sleep from a throw in and the centre was tapped in at the back post by Pajo from two yards. Erne pushed hard for a winner in the last quarter but Glencar were a serious threat on the break and thats what happened on eighty four minutes when an Erne shot from the edge of the box was blocked and the ball fell to a grey shirt and a long ball over the top found Pajo who raced clear and found the top corner from twenty yards with a left foot drive. This floored Wanderers and although they threw everything at Celtic in the last few minutes Celtic held firm. A great game between two fully committed teams with both teams looking like scoring every time they attacked. Best for Erne were Spratt and O’ Brien in nets with Pajo Rafferty the pick of the visitors. Referee: Andrew Mullin.Tullyvinney Rovers 2 Ramelton Mariners 2This Group B match pitted two teams together who have struggled to find any form in this season’s Cup competition. With both sides having lost their opening three matches in the group it was a credit to the players who played out an entertaining encounter. At the end a draw was probably a fair result and it means that neither side have finished the group stage without registering a point on the table. No doubt both sides will have better fortunes in the League.Referee: Barry HunterOrchard F.C. 3 Glenree United Reserves 3Orchard F.C. took the lead fifteen minutes into this game when Martin Sweeney chased down a back pass to the Glenree keeper, nicking it off him and scored easily. Five minutes later Orchard had a man sent off for an off the ball tangle in the Glenree eighteen yard box. Orchard went two up when Joe Mc Carron sent a through ball to Niall Bonner who slotted home.Glenree came out all guns blazing for the second half. They scored after ten minutes to reduce the deficit. They then equalised from the penalty spot to set up an interesting finish. With the momentum favouring the visitors they grabbed a lead goal with fifteen minutes remaining.Orchard looked to have slipped up but a great cross from Eddy Moore was finished off by Sean Sweeney to see the match finish in a draw.Mulroy Celtic 0 Gweedore United Reserves 2Gweedore United Reserves moved into third position in Group C of the Downtown Cup with this hard fought victory over Mulroy Celtic on Saturday. This match was played in near perfect conditions and both sides gave good accounts of themselves. The home side had numerous chances to score but they found the final ball elusive and failed to really test the visiting ‘keeper. Gweedore had Sean Paul Mc Mahon to thank as the hit-man weighed in with two goals to give his side the points. Best for Mulroy Celtic: Dougie and Barney. Best for Gweedore United Reserves: Sean Paul Mc Mahon. Referee: Charlie Crerand.Glencar Inn Saturday Division TwoArranmore United 2 Cranford United Reserves 0Arranmore took the points at home to Cranford United Reserves as they won by two goals to nil.Arranmore began well and were keeping possession with ease but with no cutting edge. Danny Rodgers went close from a corner as did Gavin Mc Glanaghy. The breakthrough came with thirty six minutes gone when Gavin Mc Glanaghy did brilliantly to turn in the box and his legs were taken from under him. Daniel O’ Donnell stepped up and placed the ball into the bottom corner.Cranford started the 2nd half the brighter going close from a long ball which was flicked on but their number 9 failed to connect from six yards.. Again the Cranford number 9 fired over when he found himself in front if goal. Danny Rodgers, Doalty Boyle and Gavin Mc Glanaghy all went close before great play between Daniel O’ Donnell and Mark Ward resulted in a through ball to Jamak, who had just come off the bench. He in turn squared for Chris Mc Glanaghy to finish into the bottom corner. Michael Mc Hugh and Gerard Diver were best for the home sideTeam performance from Cranford. Referee: Martin CollKeadue Rovers Reserves 5 Strand Rovers 2Keadue Rovers came out on top in this local derby played at Central Park on Saturday. Played in good conditions for the time of year it was the home side who started the brighter and created a number of half chances. Keadue took the lead on nine minutes when Damien Hanlon’s flicked header from a corner was flicked to the net by Ryan Greene. After that the home side were well in control producing a number of chances which fell to David Ward and also to Shaun “Yank” Boyle whose effort went off both posts but somehow stayed out. On twenty minutes Strand had their first effort on target, a good effort from Brendan Glackin which was well saved by Chris Mc Gonagle in the home nets. On twenty five minutes Keadue went two up when Ryan Greene grabbed his second from close range. Strand came more into it in the latter part of the first half and gained most possession while the home side were content to hit on the break. The second half started with Keadue to the fore. They created some good chances in the opening ten minutes with Ryan Greene and Luke Neely both going close. In the sixty fourth minute Ryan Greene completed his hat-trick by heading home from a corner. Strand made a few substitutions after this and one of them, Tommy Brennan, turned well on the edge of the area and from his shot which was saved, Brendan Glackin poked home the rebound. They gained confidence from this goal and started playing better. Keadue made the game safe on seventy five minutes when Shaun “Yank” Boyle scored. Strand kept battling and on seventy nine minutes they got their second. Chris Mc Gonagle and Tommy Brennan competed for a ball that ran loose to Brendan Glackin who got his and Strand’s second. Keadue completed the scoring in the eighty second minute when Ryan Greene ran onto a through ball and finished well under the keeper. Strand kept going and finished well forcing a few corners but they failed to trouble the home defence. A good victory for Keadue who move up the table and a decent performance from Strand.Best for Keadue were Adam Neely and Ryan Greene who capped a great display with 4 goals. Best for Strand were Adrian McGeehan and Brendan Glackin.Referee: Brian O’ Kane.DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUERESULTSSATURDAYDowntown CupDonegal Town Reserves 3 v 1 Curragh Athletic ReservesErne Wanderers 2 v 3 Glencar CelticTullyvinney Rovers 2 v 2 Ramelton MarinersOrchard F.C. 3 v 3 Glenree United ReservesMulroy Celtic 0 v 2 Gweedore United ReservesGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoArranmore United 2 v 0 Cranford United ReservesKeadue Rovers Reserves 5 v 2 Strand RoversSUNDAYBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionCranford United 0 v 1 Glenea UnitedLifford Celtic 3 v 1 Rathmullan CelticCurragh Athletic 3 v 1 Gweedore CelticDonegal Town 2 v 2 Kilmacrennan CelticMilford United 1 v 4 St. CatherinesWatson Hire Division OneBonagee United 1 v 1 Gweedore UnitedKerrykeel ’71 F.C. 5 v 0 Keadue RoversLagan Harps 2 v 3 Castlefin CelticDunkineely Celtic 2 v 4 Drumoghill F.C.Eany Celtic 0 v 7 Cappry RoversCT Ball Division TwoCopany Rovers 2 v 1 Deele HarpsLetterbarrow Celtic 1 v 1 Ballybofey UnitedRaphoe Town 2 v 1 Dunlewy CelticWhitestrand United 2 v 1 Convoy ArsenalGlenree United 4 v 2 Drumbar F.C.DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEFIXTURESSATURDAY 25-01-2014 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Old Orchard Saturday Division OneGlenea United Reserves v Castlefin Celtic ReservesSt. Catherines Reserves v Fintown Harps AFCErne Wanderers v Mulroy CelticOrchard F.C. v Ramelton MarinersGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoArranmore United v Glenree United Reserves (K.O. 1 p.m.)Donegal Town Reserves v Milford United ReservesSUNDAY 26-01-2014Ulster Junior Cup K.O. 1.30 p.m.Gweedore Celtic v Redcastle F.C.Milford United v Carndonagh F.C.Dunree United v Lifford CelticClonmany Shamrocks v Cranford UnitedGweedore United v Rathmullan CelticMoville Celtic v St. CatherinesGweedore United Reserves v Aileach F.C.Cockhill Celtic Youths v Whitestrand UnitedDrumbar Celtic v Moville CelticRaphoe Town v Cockhill Celtic YouthsWatson Hire Division One K.O. 2p.m. (Unless Stated)Cappry Rovers v Bonagee UnitedDrumoghill F.C. v Eany CelticCastlefin Celtic v Dunkineely CelticKerrykeel ’71 F.C. v Lagan HarpsDONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: January 19th, 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:Donegal League
Popular South Donegal Election candidate John McNulty is calling on everyone to get out and use their vote this Friday in the Local and European Elections. McNulty said, “If people in Donegal want change and want fresh thinking and strong representation in Donegal County Council, then I encourage them to use their democratic vote wisely.McNulty who is on the Fine Gael ticket in the Donegal Electoral Area, which has 6 council seats up for grabs, faces stiff competition from sitting Councillor Brendan Byrne (FF) and new Independent CandidateNiamh Kennedy for an ‘in-through’ seat. He has been very visible on the canvass trail in South Donegal and knows the lie of the political landscape.McNulty told Donegal Daily, “Of course I am asking everyone I canvass for the number No.1 vote, but I respect that some of the public are voting for the local candidate in their own town, and I am asking them to give me their highest preference possible. McNulty’s passion for success is very palpable in conversation, and whispers from the South West are saying that an upset could be on the cards, putting further heat on current sitting councillors.McNulty, who lives in Kilcar and who has a Mace Store in Stranorlar is well known in GAA and Soccer communities,and has put in some strong debate performances recently on Ocean FM and SWDCR FM and competed well against seasoned sitting councillors. Throughout his campaign he has been very vocal about the future development of KIllybegs as a “Recovery Hub”for south Donegal and has had constructive conversations with Minister Simon Coveney and the Killybegs Fisherman’s Organisation about what could be done to diversify local industry, and create more jobs.Whilst on the canvass trail McNulty has met local farmers who are looking a change in the Farm Inspection process.McNulty added, “I am fully supporting farmers and the Donegal IFA , whom I have met, in attaining a “Farmer’s Charter of Rights”.“Currently when farmers are inspected, any discrepancies in herd number or stock, can mean an immediate effect on farm payments.“I will lobby and advocate that farmers are given a specific timeframe to get any discrepancies resolved, which is a fairer system, and would be more in line with other Irish statutory inspections. McNulty has also highlighted SliabhLiag which is a signature point on the Wild Atlantic Way as a priority for him to work on with the local tourism committees if elected.He also highlighted the urgent works required at the beautiful Silver Strand beach in Malinbeg, which has major safety concerns for locals and visiting tourists.McNulty concluded, “Any Donegal County Councillor should be approachable, available and dependable for their people in Donegal, and if elected, I will put my heart and soul into working for the people of South Donegal from Glencolmcille to Bundoran.ELECTION 2014: COULD FINE GAEL CANDIDATE JOHN MCNULTY CAUSE ELECTION UPSET was last modified: May 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:Election 2014:john mcnultynewsPolitics
It has also earmarked more than R1.7-billion for the country’s Further Education Training (FET) colleges for 2012, compared to R1.2-billion last year. For example, Khena indicated that Walter Sisulu University would receive nearly R250-million in 2012 compared to the R148.7-million it received last year, while Tshwane University of Technology would get R393-million compared to R42.7-million last year. Source: BuaNews 17 February 2012 At the same hearing, Higher Education South Africa acting chief executive Jeffrey Mabelebele made a proposal that students who owed universities money should still be allowed to graduate. He proposed that these students sign a formal contract committing to pay their outstanding fees once they got a job, adding that they should not receive their certificates until their debts were cleared. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) projects that it will allocate over R3.6-billion to South Africa’s universities this year, up from R3.4-billion in 2011. Limpopo University has been earmarked to receive R203-million compared to last year’s R186.9-million, while North West University would get R124-million compared to the R115.9-million from last year. On FETs, Boland College in Stellenbosch would get R35.7-million in 2012 compared to last year’s R23-million, while King Sabata Dalindyebo FET College in Mthatha would get R24-million compared to the R17-million it received in 2011. Mabelebele said universities were willing to provide employers with a letter confirming that the student had graduated. Addressing MPs on Parliament’s portfolio committee on higher education in Cape Town on Wednesday, NSFAS chief executive officer Nkosinathi Khena said the allocations took note of historically disadvantaged institutions, as well as how money had been spent in the previous year.