Reed aims for first Bellevue 5150 title LATEST STORIES Earlier in the third round, Juan Martin del Potro moved closer to securing the last spot for the finals by beating Robin Haase 7-5, 6-4.Del Potro, who lost to Roger Federer on Sunday in the Swiss Indoors final, is in 10th place in the race to qualify for the tournament. Only the top eight players will compete in London and there is one place left, to be taken in Paris.“I would love to reach London once again. It could be a fantastic moment for me,” said del Potro, who was way back in 47th place in the race before the U.S. Open. “I’m excited to keep improving for this kind of surprise.”Del Potro has a tough challenge next, against big-serving American John Isner.The ninth-seeded Isner, last year’s runner-up to Andy Murray, hit 25 aces as he beat sixth-seeded Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria 7-6 (10), 5-7, 7-6 (3).Seventh-seeded David Goffin of Belgium was through to the finals in London, despite a surprise loss to Benneteau 6-3, 6-3. The unseeded Frenchman reached the quarters of a Masters for the first time since Shanghai in 2014 in his final tournament before retiring.Goffin will have waited nervously on the result of Frenchman Lucas Pouille’s result against Jack Sock. But Pouille’s 7-6 (6), 6-3 loss to the American sent him through, at Pouille’s expense, making him the first Belgian to qualify for the season finale.“I would have preferred to have qualified by winning and Lucas is a friend,” Goffin said. “But I am still so happy to have qualified.”Dominic Thiem went out early again, falling to Fernando Verdasco 6-4, 6-4.Since losing to Del Potro in the fourth round of the U.S. Open, the fifth-seeded Austrian has won only two matches in five tournaments. 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Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “He had a very successful season, winning a lot of challengers, and now he’s playing well on the tour,” Nadal said of Krajinovic. “When you’re winning a lot of matches you’re in a good dynamic.”Cuevas competed well in spells against a nervy Nadal, who was erratic on serve and made countless unforced errors in a gritty contest.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogOne of the most glaring came at 5-5 in the second-set tiebreaker, when Nadal hit an easy forehand into the net to give Cuevas a set point. After a brief rally, Nadal hit a backhand long and Cuevas leveled the match.Nadal had some strapping under his right knee before the deciding set, then raced into a 3-0 lead before the jitters came back. It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Rafael Nadal of Spain arrives on court to play against Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay during the third round of the Paris Masters tennis tournament at the Bercy Arena in Paris, France, Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)PARIS – Rafael Nadal remains on track for an elusive Paris Masters title after beating Pablo Cuevas 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3 to reach the quarterfinals on Thursday.He has not reached the final since losing to David Nalbandian in his first appearance 10 years ago. Nadal improved to 4-1 overall against Cuevas and next plays Serbian qualifier Filip Krajinovic for the first time.ADVERTISEMENT “It’s not the moment to talk much about the knee,” he said. He also was elusive about whether it might prevent him from playing in the season-ending ATP Finals next week in London.“Anything can happen in one week and a half,” Nadal said. “But if nothing strange happens then I’m going to be there.”Nadal was not moving with his customary speed around court in the third set but held comfortably enough for 5-2. He clinched victory on his first match point when Cuevas sent a return wide.Nadal is guaranteed to finish the year with the top ranking for the fourth time. A maiden victory here would give him a record 31 Masters titles, one more than Novak Djokovic.Marin Cilic of Croatia downed Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain 7-6 (4), 6-2 and next faces veteran Julien Benneteau.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View comments
The motionless body of Guyanese Petronella Thom-Hinds, formerly of Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara, was on Thursday afternoon found at Farms Estates in St Kitts and Nevis by lawmen who responded to an emergency call made to the Police by medical services on the island.According to news coming out of that Caribbean island, the 34-year-old Hinds was found in the home of Muriel Archibald, a resident of Farms Estates.While her death remains a mystery, the Police have taken a number of items from the scene and have lodged same as evidential value.Dead: Petronella HindsMoments after the discovery, the lawmen visited several houses in the area and interviewed persons, but came up empty- handed in regard to leads about the mysterious death. The relatives of the mother of two are now awaiting the post mortem examination to determine her cause of death.The Police have taken one person in custody as investigations continue into the matter. When the Guyana Times contacted a relative of the dead woman, she related that family members are still seeking information as to what led to Hinds’s demise.“All I can say at this time is that we don’t know what really happen, but we are hoping to get some answers soon. Someone travelled to the country on Friday morning, so we are depending on them to give us some information,” the woman disclosed.A sister of the dead woman also echoed similar sentiments while expressing her shock upon receiving the news of her eldest sister’s death.Hinds left Guyana a few years ago to take up residency with her husband in St Kitts and Nevis.Thom-Hinds was a former pupil of St Mary’s Primary School and Covent Garden Secondary School. She leaves to mourn her mother, sibling, and many relatives in Guyana and St Kitts.Attempts to contact the Charlestown Police Station in Nevis proved futile.
A Fort Nelson man has been sentenced to a full year in prison, for marijuana trafficking.The North District Regional Investigation Section, along with the Fort Nelson RCMP, arrested James Beck in June, after receiving numerous tips from the public.- Advertisement -Throughout their investigation, police say they seized more than 120 grams of marijuana that the suspect had allegedly sold.On August 18th, Beck pleaded guilty to four counts relating to marijuana trafficking. He was sentenced to 365 days in prison, and also received ten-year firearms prohibition.
“The reason I’m running is not because the city is being run poorly, but I think the council has lost touch with the people on the street,” said Gutzeit, who is vice president of the Newhall County Water District board. “What I have loved about the water board is getting input from a lot of different interests and achieving a solution that works for everybody.” Gutzeit rates the city’s top issues as the Cemex mine proposed on the outskirts of town, community preservation in the older areas, and maintaining relations with the county. Past tensions in city-county relations seem to have eased of late. Councilman Tim Ben Boydston promised to be a place-keeper when the council appointed him in January to fill the 14 months remaining in Cameron Smyth’s term after Smyth headed to the state Assembly. Boydston promises not to veer from his word, though his affinity for the post has whetted his appetite. “I’m not saying I will not run in 2010 or for a different governmental seat,” he said. “In the long run, if I do stay in this I want people to know that my word is my bond and it means more than anything else.” Councilman Bob Kellar is serving his second four-year term and has said he will seek a third. Deputy City Clerk Susan Coffman said the trio have not yet applied for the job. The filing period for the at-large April 2008 election will open Dec. 17.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Spierer was the first sheriff’s office commander in Santa Clarita’s history and served 32 years in the Sheriff’s Department before retiring in 2001. A lively dialogue between the city and neighboring communities could spur annexations in coming years, and the Santa Clarita Valley is poised for substantial growth in the next two decades. Maintaining public safety tops the issues facing the city, Spierer said. “When we talk about quality-of-life issues – traffic, neighborhood preservation and jobs creation – you have to start at public safety,” he said later. “We need to take a careful look at how we can improve our position and make this an even safer community to live in.” A recent Money magazine survey named Santa Clarita one of the best places in the U.S. to live. Chemical engineer Gutzeit has joined the early race in part because fundraising for the expensive task takes time. SANTA CLARITA – More than a year before the next Santa Clarita City Council election, two high-profile candidates – who emerged as front-runners to fill a council vacancy earlier this year – announced Thursday that they plan to run for the two seats. Currently, one of those seats is held by an incumbent who plans to seek re-election, the other by an appointee who vows to keep his promise not to run. The challengers are Maria Gutzeit and Bob Spierer. Supporters at Thursday’s news conference kicking off Spierer’s campaign said his service record speaks for itself. “He was a great commander and police chief and did a fabulous job for our city, keeping us safe so we can enjoy our lives,” said Councilwoman Laurene Weste.
“I’m a little disappointed but I think it was a fair verdict,” Sherwood said. The jury deliberated about four hours over two days. McCombs and Harris, who both have prior convictions, are scheduled to be sentenced May 31. McCombs faces up to 24 years in prison; Harris faces 13 years, Sherwood said. The shooting occurred after Wheston, Harris and McCombs argued at Wheston’s home, sheriff’s deputies said. At some point, the three walked into the kitchen, where investigators believe McCombs and Harris began shooting at Wheston. The two assailants fled through a rear kitchen door and sped off in a silver SUV that was found later in San Bernardino County. Six days after Wheston’s death, McCombs was arrested in Pasadena in an unrelated case on suspicion of burglary and possession of a handgun, officials said. The murder charge was filed later. Harris was arrested in October 2005 in Philadelphia by the FBI after sheriff’s homicide detectives obtained information that he was hiding there. McCombs had been convicted at age 18 of vehicle theft and later of assault with a deadly weapon. He was released from state prison six months before Wheston’s death. Harris, who had a 2001 drug conviction, was on parole from prison when Wheston was killed and had stopped reporting to his parole officer, detectives said. email@example.com (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LANCASTER – Two ex-convicts were acquitted Monday of second-degree murder but convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the slaying of a man in his Lancaster home over what authorities said was a drug dispute. The trial was the second for Dwayne Harris and Kyle McCombs, who were accused in the January 2005 slaying of 22-year-old Eddie Ray Wheston. Wheston was shot dead in the kitchen of the home he shared with his mother in the 800 block of West Avenue H-14. The first trial ended in mistrial when Antelope Valley Superior Court jurors acquitted the two men of first-degree murder. Eleven of the jurors voted to convict the pair of sescond-degree murder while one held out for manslaughter. Deputy District Attorney Robert Sherwood noted that the victim was holding a firearm and there was some type of struggle that preceded the shooting.
“Jurgen Klopp has been fined £45,000 after accepting an FA charge for comments made following Liverpool’s league game against West Ham United on 4 February 2019,” the FA said in a statement.“His comments made during a post-match interview breached FA Rule E3(1), as they questioned the integrity of the match referee and/or implied bias.”In December Klopp was fined £8,000 after he charged onto the pitch to hug goalkeeper Alisson Becker following his side’s late derby win against Everton at Anfield.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaks to match officials after his side’s 1-1 draw with West Ham © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 21 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was fined Sh5.8 million (£45,000) by the Football Association on Thursday for suggesting referee Kevin Friend had favoured West Ham in his side’s 1-1 draw at the London Stadium earlier this month.Klopp, whose side are currently second on goal difference in the Premier League behind Manchester City, said he thought Friend realised he should have ruled out Sadio Mane’s 22nd-minute opener as James Milner was clearly offside in the build-up and tried to make up for it over the remainder of the game.
The ACLU filed a lawsuit earlier this year aimed at stopping immigration authorities from forcibly drugging deportees. The suit cited an incident at the San Pedro facility. The facility lost its accreditation in August after failing to comply with mandatory standards. ICE said the problems were quickly fixed and did not prompt the transfers.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Agency spokeswoman Virginia Kice said it’s important to do a thorough assessment of the facility before it is reopened. “If that takes longer than anticipated, we still need to do it right,” she said. Meanwhile, immigration judges have approved the government’s requests to move the vast majority of the 299 pending cases from San Pedro to other courts around the nation. But immigration advocates say the transfers have added to the delays. “It’s pretty grim,” said American Civil Liberties Union attorney Nora Preciado, who specializes in immigration detention. “It just keeps them sitting in detention for no good reason.” The detention center is one of several nationwide to come under scrutiny from immigrant and civil rights groups. Last summer, a transgender Mexican immigrant with AIDS being housed there died while in custody. The family claimed the immigrant was improperly denied medical attention, a contention officials rejected. Officials don’t know when they will reopen a troubled immigrant detention center that was closed for preventive maintenance and forced the transfer of hundreds of detainees to other facilities. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials closed the center Oct. 22, saying the repair work would take at least a month. But they now say they don’t know when the center will be reopened and are still assessing the repairs to the sprinkler and hot water systems. The center, located in the San Pedro area of Los Angeles, housed more than 400 immigrants who were detained by authorities and face deportation. The detainees were moved to other sites in California, Texas, Arizona and Washington. Last week, ICE declined to discuss the future of the center, issuing a statement saying: “At this time, ICE is working with engineering and construction professionals to evaluate the extent of the work to be done.”
www.inishowenfl.ieMoville Celtic 0-1 Clonmany ShamrocksNewly crowned Jackie Crossan Premier League Champions were given a guard of honour onto the pitch by Moville but that was as generous as it got.Clonmany started well and Conor Bradley pounced on a poor clearance to seee his effort deflected behind and from the corner Brian Devlin had another effort deflected away.Moville hit back and when Tony Boyce raced onto a Sean Doherty ball over the top his attempted lob drifted just wide.Marty Doherty for the visitors had one deflected shot saved by Sean McGuinness before seeing another effort also saved.Moville responded with Sean Doherty and Conor McLaughlin combining only for McLaughlin to drive an angled shot just wide.Hesitancy in the home defence then allowed Marty Doherty a sight of goal but again McGuinness saved well.Clonmany continued to press before the break with Steve Harkin seeing a header cleared off the line by PJ Barr before Marty Doherty saw another well struck effort tipped over by McGuinness.Movilel were first to show on the restart and were unlucky when Sean Doherty’s header from a Shane Canning free crashed off the post.Clonmany broke to the other end and a teasing Bradley cross just eluded Doherty rushing in at the back post.Moville repleid with Boyce racing clear but when his cross shot was not cleared the ball returned to Boyce who fired wide from ten yards when he should have done better.The breakthrough came on 57 minutes when Doherty for the shamrocks intercepted a defensive pass and squared the ball for Brian Devlin to slot home.Moville upped the tempo and Eamon Reddin flicked a header onto the roof of the net before a first time Conor McLaughlin shot was blocked by the legs of Patrick Harkin.Nigel McMonagle then cut in from the left and saw a shot saved before releasing Boyce who fired into the side netting.On the break Clonmany almost made it two nil after a Marty Doherty chip beat McGuinness but Alan Orr got back to head off the line.Movile had the final chance when Conor McLaughlin played a one two with Joe Doherty before unleashing a shot which was always rising over the bar. Glengad United 1-0 Carn FCWitht he wind Carn started the better and Daniel Mclaughlin’s dangerous cross was cleared by John McDaid to Shane Doherty who blazed over from ten yards.Glengad responded with patrick McDermott advancing through the middle but firing over from distance.A good move by the visitors released Conor Doherty but his but his effort was turned round the post by Martin McLaughlin who done well to collect a dangerous inswinging corner.Before the interval Seamus & Stephen Doherty fed McDaid whose defence splitting pass just eluded the inrushing McDermott.On the restart the home side started better with Christopher McLaughlin breaking and feeding Seamus Doherty whose effort was well saved by Gavin McLaughlin.Minutes later they took the lead after McLaughlin’s low cross was only partially cleared to Patrick McDermott who drilled low to the corner from the edge of the area.Both Stephen and Seamus Doherty had good half chances well saved by McLaughlin while Gary Kelly and Seamus Doherty were also \off target with good efforts.Carn spurned a gilt edged chance after Kevin Kelly flicked the ball on for the unamrked Shaen Doherty but he shot wide.In the final minutes Stephen Doherty broke clear for the home side but McLaughlin advanced to smothr Moville Celtic 2-3 Aileach FCMoville got off to a bright start in the 8th minute when Joe Doherty went on a run down the left wing squaring the ball to Tony Boyce in the Aileach box. He evaded some tackles but his shot was tame and Aileach keeper David McGeady saved easily. Aileach hit the front minutes later through Anthony Doherty from the penalty spot. After dispossessing a Moville defender Doherty tried to round keeper McGuinness who brought him down and referee Tom McAree had no option but to point to the spot. Moville replied straight away with a Raymond Campbell header from a corner brilliantly cleared off the line by Declan O’Donnell. Tony Boyce then was unfortunate in the 24th minute after winning the ball on the halfway line. He outpaced the Aileach defence and unleashed a brilliant 20 yard drive only for McGeady to equal him with a fine diving save. Aileach doubled their lead 10 minutes later through more Moville hesitancy at the back. Darren McMonagle seized on the chance and hit a fine low drive across McGuinness which hit off the post and into the net to make it two nil to the visitors. Again Moville tried to get a foothold with Doherty and Campbell combining in the Aileach area only for Campbell’s shot to deflect to Ryan McClenaghan who’s effort came off a defender for a corner. Moville continued to pressure the visitors with more attacks from the likes of P.J. Barr with a diving header and Campbell and McClenaghan both having efforts but with no result. On the hour mark McGeady again came to Aileach’s rescue with another fine save from sub Nigel McMonagle who’s fifteen yard angled shot from a Boyce backheel looked goalbound but for the keeper’s reflexes. Aileach were also pressing and in the 70th minute Anthony Doherty out on the left wing teed up Darren Gallagher who’s twelve yard shot was expertly blocked by McGuinness. Moments later substitute Ciaran Diver for Moville collected a fine diagonal cross out on the right wing from Conor McLoughlin. His low cross into the Aileach area was pounced on by Boyce but McGeady again was on hand to palm the ball away from the striker. Things got bleaker again for the home side in the 78th minute as the visitors went three up. A brilliant free kick twenty two yards out from Gavin Doherty was dispatched over the Moville wall and into the net with McGuinness helpless. With three minutes left Moville got a consolation goal through Tony Boyce who poked the ball home from close range after McLoughlin and McMonagle caused confusion in the Aileach area. However a Moville comeback of sorts looked on as in the 90th minute Ciaran Diver’s cross into the box was brilliantly controlled and dispatched into the right corner by Nigel McMonagle reduce the deficit to the minimum. Despite Moville pressure deep into injury time it was Aileach’s Ciaran Craig who had the last shot of the match from 22 yards which McGuinness dealt with comfortably on the stroke off full time.Strand Hotel First Division ReportsQPS 4-1 Gleneely ColtsThe home side began well with Seanan McColgan firing over after a good Raymond Buchanan cross. Gleneely responded with Daniel Nolan seeing a twenty five yards effort saved by Conor McColgan.The point took over after this with McColgan and Buchanan firing over before Mark Wallace fired a low shot across goal and past the far post.Karl Donnelly then broke clear with only Martin Mooney to beat but he fired wide before they broke the deadlock on 16 minutes when Buchanan crossed for Seanan McColgan to sweep the ball home from twelve yards.Buchanan then headed wide from McColgan’s corner.Against the run of play the colts equalised on 28 minutes when Patrick McLaughlin latched onto a ball over the top and fired low to the bottom corner from sixteen yards.The point laid siege to the colts goal then with Buchanan seeing a shot saved by Mooney before McColgan headed over.Before the break both Donnelly and McColgan fired wide when well placed. On the resumption the point continued to press with Buchanan firing wide of a gaping goal before being denied by Mooney in a one on one situation.They regained the lead on 62 minutes when McColgan fired a stunning thirty yards effort to the top corner.Mooney then kept his team in the game with saves from McColgna and Dean Barron before substitute Odhran McColgan headed wide when well placed.On 77 minutes it became three one after McColgan’s free found Barron and he fired home from twelve yards.Five minutes later it was four one after Mooney parried McColgan’s shot and Brin McColgan followed up to head home.Gleneely replied with Eddie McNamee’s free finding McLaughlin but his time Conor McColgan saved well.Mooney then produced a stunning save to deny Buchanan before the point completed the scorinf after Odhran McColgan broke through on the left and squared for Seaannan McColgan to slot home and complete his hat trick. Dunree United 3-3 Rasheney FCAfter an even opening the home side opened the scoring on 14 minutes after Liam Baldrick’s ball over the top found Philip McGuinness who neatly tucked the ball past Johnathan Noone. But Rasheney hit back and equalised when the home defence failed to clear and Damien Friel poked the ball home past Paul McGettigan.Minutes into the second half Rasheney stunned the home aside after John McLaughlin crossed for Ryan Doherty to head home from twelve yards.Dunree replied midway through the half when Neil Moran cut inside but he blazed over from twenty yards.At the other end a ball over the top released John McLaughlin but McGettigan saved well.Dunree got back on terms on 85 minutes when Conor Mc Bride headed home a corner at the near post.With time running out McGuinness beat his man on the left and squared for substitute Ryan Bradley to sidefoot home from twelve yards.But deep into stoppage time a long free from Noone was not gatherd by McGettigan under pressure and Anthony Doherty forced the ball home to salvage a point and leave Dunree hoping to snatch the title from QPS in the final game.Greencastle FC 1-0 Moville Res Greencastle gained local bragging rights with this narrow one nil victory over a Moville side who batteld to the end.After an even opening Sean McQuillan evaded two defenders and was only denied by a superb James Gillen tackle.Moville replied and a Josh Lafferty free was headed on by Danny Murphy but cleared by the home defence before a Josn Lafferty corner found Michael Gillespie whose effort was cleared by Michael Barr.Greencastle struck for the crucial goal on the half hour after James Henry and Ronan Doherty combined to release Sean Cavanagh and he teed up McQuillan to drive a powerful low shot inside the post.The home side went close again after a Gavin harkin free fell to Ciaran Moore whose shot was deflected wide and from the corner Barr fired wide.Before the interval Conor Lafferty shot wide in a scramble before Josh Lafferty had a free tipped over by Nathan Simpkins.Greencastle had the first attempt of the second period when Ronan Doherty crossed to McQuillan who fired into the side netting.Moville hit back and Conor Lafferty’s corner found Josh Lafferty who fired over .Again greencastle came back with Barr heading a gavin Harkin free over before substitute Dean McGeoghaghan fed Ronan Doherty whose effort was deflected over .Moville pressed and Josh Lafferty’s free was headed wide by substitute Sean Downey before John Gillen had a spectacular overhead kick tipped over. Late on Murphy ran onto a through nball but was denied by the advancing Murphy before the final piece of action saw a Ciaran Moore half volley whistle just over the barGreencastle FC 1-2 Buncrana Hearts ResThe visitors got off to a great start 7 minutes into the game when a cross in from the right hand side was neatly tucked away by Johnny Eccles to make it one nil for the away side.Up until the 40th minute the game was fairly tight with both sides creating some half chances but failing to trouble the respective keepers Dean McGeoghaghan and Caolan McGonagle.However on the 40th minute Alan Friel struck for goal number two from outside the box and gave the Greencastle goal keeper McGeoghaghan no chance to make it two nil for Buncrana. In the second half Buncrana started brightly however Greencastle responded well and in the 70th minute Tony McClenaghan struck from the 18 yard line to reduce the deficit.Greencastle tried hard in the closing stages but the Buncrana defence stood firm.Fr O Gara Cup Quarter Final report Redcastle Res 2-1 Carn ResRedcastle Res advanced to their second semi final of the season with this impressive victory over premier reserve side Carn Res.They began well with Aiden Cunningham firing just over from the edge of the area on 5 minutes.Carn replied then with Michael Doherty releasing Rory Brady who fired just past the left hand post.Redcastle took over then with Stephen McGowan advancing on the right but shooting narrowly wide.A minute later Cunningham feeds Antonio Rea who beats a defender and crosses for Greg Breslin but his shot was well saved by JJ Doherty.Cunningham then found Brelsin to round a defender but again Doherty came to his sides rescue with a fine save.Good interplay then from the home side saw Stephen McCauley find Rea who again crossed from the left but Breslin headed over.On the stroke of half time the pressure paid off after Rea played a one two with Cunningham and crossed for Breslin to fire low to the net from six yards.Minutes after the restart the home side had another chance after Cunningham sent Breslin clear in a one on one but when keeper Doherty forced him wide he laid the ball back to McGowan who blazed over the bar.They forced a corner then and Cunmninghams delivery found Liam McLaughlin but he slotted wide from close range.Redcastle increased their lead on 55 minutes after a short corner Cunningham found Mervyn Gourley whose effort was parried by Doherty but McLaughlin was on hand to slot the ball home.Midway through the half they were unlucky when Seamus Farren collected a kick out in the centre circle and saw his first time effort crash off the bar.Carn rallied and on 79 minutes reduced the deficit after Fergal Doherty unleashed a curling twenty five yards effort to the top corner past Ryan McCole.Both sides pushed to the end but neither side created a clear chance and it is Redcastle who prolong their season.INISHOWEN FOOTBALL: CHAMPIONS CLONMANY COMPLETE SEASON UNBEATEN was last modified: April 21st, 2013 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:INISHOWEN FOOTBALL: CHAMPIONS CLONMANY COMPLETE SEASON UNBEATEN
A guard of honour from Glenswilly National School will leave Letterkenny woman Maggie Doherty (nee Dorrian) to her final resting place today.The loving mother of five, who was just 34, passed away at Letterkenny General Hospital on Saturday morning after a brave battle with illness.There was huge shock as a result of Maggie’s passing. Hundreds of people called to Maggie’s wake in the past two days at the home she shared with her husband Ciaran and five loving children.Maggie was a member of the well-known Dorrian family from Rahan who run a building contracting business.She will be buried after her funeral mass at midday today at Glenswilly chapel and to the adjoining graveyard.She her survived by her husband and children and also by her mother Lil and her brothers and sisters. Donegal Daily would again like to express our genuine sympathy to the Doherty and Dorrian families.Maggie held a special place in many people’s hearts not least of her family for whom she lived every minute.A mother and wife can be afforded no greater tribute.Rest in peace Maggie. CHILDREN TO LEAD MAGGIE TO HER FINAL RESTING PLACE was last modified: July 22nd, 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:DorrianglenswillyMaggie Doherty
PICTURE SPECIAL: FROM A GLORIOUS DAY OF SCHOOLS ATHLETICS AT FINN VALLEY AC: was last modified: May 29th, 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:Arlene Crossancounty primary schools finalsdonegalFinn Valley ACFrank McGlynn Arlene Crossan and Frank McGlynn at the athletics finalsHERE’S more pictures from the County Donegal Primary Schools Athletics Finals held in Finn Valley AC centre yesterday.Well done to all who took part.