Fishing titles underway in Manus

first_imgThis is the first time ever for Manus to host the event.A total of 70 anglers in the men’s, women’s and junior men’s and women’s divisions are taking part in nine-day competition.The opening today was held at Naringel village, on Los Negros Island.Town mayor Ruth Mandrakamu and Member for Manus, Ronnie Knight were present to open the fishing titles.The event is being supported by a number of sponsors including Chauka Car Rentals, Kamalah Timbers and the Tapos Lodge and Tours.last_img

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Ángela Sosa: “The Super Cup is a great step for women’s football”

first_imgIt’s been a turbulent season at Atleti, what’s wrong with the team?We must assess what the staff has done in recent years. We were very affected by the change of the first coach. However, I think we are flying and it is important for everything that comes to us now.She is the top scorer of the team …It has cost us the start and, above all, to score goals, which in the end is very important to keep us as in recent years.Has the changing room changed the chip with Dani González?I think that in the last three months we had lost what had characterized us so much in recent seasons, that it was the fight. In the end Dani is going to try to recover this and I think that in a short time he is showing that this feeling has put us back in vein.How do you rate the tie in the Classic?For us it was not positive. It is not easy to come from a bad dynamic and stand up to a club like that, with a new coach.Do they give the League for loss?We do not take anything for lost. Despite not having the best start, we are alive in Super Cup, Cup, Champions and League.From Classic League to Supercup, how do they face it?They are very intense matches. It is a very exciting game. Playing against Barça is always beautiful.What do you think of Barça?He has always had very good players. It is one of the best teams in Europe. And of the Super Cup?It’s a competition that the boys had and we didn’t understand very well why we didn’t have it. So this Spanish Super Cup is a step forward in women’s football.New competitions arrive, but the agreement resists …We try to stay out, but we are a bit outraged. A signature was promised that has not yet arrived and we are waiting. At Atleti we are very fortunate because we have all rights covered, but we must put ourselves in the shoes of other companions. Therefore, we are here to fight and make women’s football professional.What does it mean for you to wear the Atleti shield?For me Atlético is heart. Here I have matured as a person and as a footballer. That is why Atleti is life for me.As described?I am very familiar. Although they call me vinegar in the locker room, I’m quite a clown.How do you see your future?I’m training as a coach and I’ve always had teams in the afternoon. It is something that fills me a lot.Could we be before the future Atleti coach?Yes (laughs). In the future who knows.What dream do you have as a footballer?To be able to make a competition with the shirt of my country and keep winning titles to take this club to the top.Did it hurt a lot not to go to the World Cup?It has not been a pleasant summer, but you have to accept it and support it from home.last_img read more

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True Confession: ‘What If I told Him I Loved Him?’

first_imgIt was one of those days, the sun had just begun to set as I made my way home from my office feeling very exhausted and wondering how I was going to make it home on time to release Alice; my son Abraham’s nanny off her duty. While standing at the intersection of Carey and Lynch Street not knowing which way would be best to stand in order to quickly catch a cab, there to my surprise a green Range Rover pulled over right in front of me.At first, I hesitated because the vehicle had tinted windows and I was afraid of entering in an unknown car not knowing what might happen to me. But taking into consideration how difficult it was trying to catch a taxi at that particular hour, nearing dusk, I walked to the vehicle. To my surprise there sat in the driver’s seat my long lost ‘crush’ Joe who I had not seen in a little over five years. Seeing this guy again after so long brought back a fresh memory of feelings I had for him which, I had thought, with time would heal but I guess I was wrong because looking into his face brought a shiver into my body that only one that has an emotional control over me, could. I was really excited to see my old crush once more with hopes and thoughts that maybe it was fate that brought him back into my life, most especially the fact that I was now a single woman. Quickly, I hurried into the car with so much hope! As I entered the vehicle I noticed another guy sitting in the passenger’s seat who I later found out was his new best friend. And then the conversation started:Me: Gosh! It’s been ages! Where have you been all these years?Joe: I was in Ghana for a while and came back last year.Me: Wow and you did not even bother checking up on me after all my inquiries about you?Joe: No it’s not like that, I have been asking about you but most of my friends didn’t seem to know you. Plus I lost all my contacts when I lost my phone.Me: Anyway it’s all in the past now. I’m so glad to see you. So do you still live on Duport Road?Joe: No, I moved on the Old Road (hesitating a little when he said that).Me: Oh good! You’re not far from me because I live right at the Airfield shortcut.My expectation was high, hoping, now that we’ve seen each other again, maybe it was fate and this time around we could actually start something intimate; remembering how he had chased me for over seven years and at that time I had told him I was saving myself for marriage. I was 80% sincere about my response to him but half of it was also due to the fact that I was afraid of getting my heart broken. He had recently come out of college and wasn’t ready for any kind of serious relationship, at least that was what I thought. But it still didn’t change the fact that I had feelings for him and all I did was to suppress those feelings at the time. Seeing him all over made me realize how much I still wanted him. So engrossed in our conversation, I had totally forgotten that there was someone else in the car with us; until Joe began to struggle with his response when I asked him where exactly on the Old Road he was living. And that’s when his friend decided to break the ice!Friend: But are you not going to tell her the truth?Me: Tell me what truth?Friend: (Thrusting a wedding invitation card in my hand) He’s getting married in two weeks and he lives with his fiancé on the Old Road.I couldn’t believe what I heard. My heart sank because my hope was shattered. My entire soul left my body for at least 30 seconds; disappointment was an understatement! My ears could not believe what they had just heard; my heart refused to send the message to my brain, that my long-lost love was getting married to another woman. Immediately my mind shut down with only seven thoughts of “What If” questions for me to consider.What if he was the one for me? What if I had not refused his love? What if I hadn’t told him I was keeping myself for marriage? What if I tried to change his mind? What if I told him that I loved him? What if I offered him all that he ever wanted; my body, soul, heart and mind? Would all of these make any difference now that I knew he had found love elsewhere? What if this was all an illusion, a hallucination of what my mind wanted it to be?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Search and rescue dog set standard

first_imgBella found the 20-year-old’s body in a ravine south of the Santa Susana Knolls, a discovery that helped lead to the conviction of her killer, Vincent Sanchez, known as the Simi Valley Rapist. In spite of flight restrictions on the night of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks, Bella was flown to New York City to search the rubble of the twin towers. Despite what Teller called heart-wrenching work, Bella’s ability to find victims helped bring closure to dozens of families. With tears in her eyes, Teller described Bella’s gentle nature with children, including Teller’s two daughters, now 17 and 14. “She loved people and she loved baby animals,” Teller said, explaining how Bella would act like a guardian angel to people who needed support. “She could tell if someone was really hurting. It was uncanny. She had a sixth sense about people who needed extra comforting.” When Bella retired as a search dog in 2003, one of her favorite activities was herding baby chicks. When she lay down to sleep, the chickens would climb on her back. Teller is hoping a memorial for Bella can be held soon, possibly late this month or in May. “Have fun herding your chickens in the sky,” she wrote in a message to Bella that she is preparing for the memorial. “Bella was my student, but even more than that, she was my teacher,” Teller said. “She taught me that with patience, love, faith and some good old squeaky toys she could become one heck of a wonder dog.” Before she died, Bella developed vestibular syndrome with symptoms such as a stroke and also developed liver and kidney diseases, all apparently related to old age, Teller said. She was having trouble walking and finally, in March, she collapsed and could no longer stand. “I kissed her and I petted her,” Teller said. “I told Bella I loved her a lot, and I told her it was OK for her to go.” People with inquiries about the date of the memorial can e-mail Teller at k9bcfd@aol.com. eric.leach@dailynews.com (805) 583-7602160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SIMI VALLEY Fifteen years ago, Deresa Teller first laid eyes on a little border collie named Bella. “She was only eight days old, and I fell in love with her right then and there,” Teller said. “Who would have known what a wonderful and amazing life she was going to have.” In 2002, Bella was inducted into the California Veterinary Medical Association’s Hall of Fame for her heroic efforts finding victims buried in the rubble of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City. Now Teller, a Los Angeles Fire Department inspector from Simi Valley, is planning a memorial for her beloved dog, who died last month from various ailments attributed to old age. Wilma Melville, the founder of the Search Dog Foundation in Ojai, has known Teller and Bella for years and was with them in Oklahoma City. “Bella came along at a time when people didn’t know how much dogs could do,” Melville said. “Bella was a leader among dogs.” Bella’s reputation grew as she worked alongside Teller responding to disasters. When the dog was diagnosed with cancer in January 2001, so many people from around the nation contributed money that Teller was able to pay off thousands of dollars for treatment and establish a Bella fund to help pay medical bills of other search dogs. As soon as Bella’s cancer treatment was completed, she was put to work in August 2001 with about 400 people searching for Megan Barroso of Moorpark, who went missing while driving home from a friend’s house. last_img read more

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Madoya wins June/July Player of the Month

first_img0Shares0000Zoo Kericho midfielder Michael Madoya was named the June/July SportPesa SJAK Player of the Month.NAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 26 – Zoo Kericho’s diminutive midfielder Michael Madoya on Tuesday bagged the SportPesa Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK) Player of the Month for the combined June/July.The award comes as a motivation boost for the club that was promoted to the top flight this season after the Kenyan Premier League body suspended them alongside Nakumatt FC pending hearing of Football Kenya Federation’s appeal on Justice Mativo’s ruling that the league should feature 16 teams. Madoya, fondly referred to as ‘Dogo’ found favor among the SJAK Football Commission who voted him June/July’s best ahead of team-mate Nicholas Kipkirui, Sofapaka’s Ezekiel Okare and John Mwita of Chemelil Sugar.Madoya bagged a 49 inch LG television set and Sh100, 000 for his heroics while the rest of squad shared Sh50, 000.The panelists resulted to combining the two months after having only one match played in June.His midfield mastery helped the top flight debutants grind six points from draws with Kariobangi Sharks, Mathare United, Kakamega Homeboyz and victory over Chemelil Sugar.Madoya garnered 27 votes followed by Okare who got 25 while Kipkirui and Mwita polled 14.Madoya and the entire Zoo fraternity expressed optimism following the crowning of Madoya. He is the local king of assists having helped create seven goals and boast of seven goals to his name and is the creative force in Zoo Kericho FC.“I have played for a very long time but this is the first award I’m getting. It comes at a time when things are not good for the club and I hope it’s the beginning of better tidings for Zoo.” the 26 year-old said.-Zoo to go to court-Michael MadoyaClub chairman Ken Ochieng is planning to stop the league through the court in a bid to get the issue resolved. Zoo had played 25 rounds up until the high court instructed the league to revert to sixteen teams.“It is not fair at all for the players who have worked hard to get the team promoted and through the premier league rounds. We don’t know where we are supposed to play because the high court didn’t say where we are going. Nonetheless, we will try to get redress so that we be allowed to finish our debut season.” Ochieng said.“We did not commit any mistakes and the federation and league body should address this issue so that the players don’t suffer.” he added.Zoo and Nakumatt were struck off the league on Monday when KPL issued updated standings without them.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Gangland turf extends to courtroom

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! In the murky realm of witness intimidation, this was a rare case of blatant, in-your-face harrassment. “Our gang unit was working a robbery and assault case, and a gang member in the crowd at court was trying to intimidate witnesses by photographing and taping them,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Joe Chavez. Now Chavez, who is assigned to the sheriff’s Pico Rivera Station, is working with gang investigators and prosecutors to convict the gang member – who they declined to identify – of intimidating a court witness. But most cases of intimidation are more subtle, authorities say. And often, even without receiving a direct threat, many witnesses refuse to talk to police. The mere perception of a threat, particularly in cases involving gang members, is enough to silence witnesses, officials said. “It’s a problem because nobody wants to be a witness to anything,” said Craig Ditsch, a homicide detective with the Sheriff’s Department. “Nobody wants to get involved. It affects our crime and solved rates. When our solve-rate goes down, our crime rate goes up.” Other than trying to reason with the person, law enforcement officers say they often have little recourse when a potential witness refuses to cooperate. “We try to talk to the witness and victims, to convince them that the only way to assist and help these crimes not happen is to come forward,” said Whittier Police Department gang investigator Scott Irwin. Inside the courtroom, police and deputies keep a keen eye on people. A glaring stare – “mad-dogging,” Irwin calls it – can sometimes be enough to make an arrest, he said. He recalled a case in 2001, when Irwin observed a gang member looking at a witness in court in an intimidating manner. “We took him into custody and filed a witness intimidation charge with a gang enhancement,” said Irwin. The man, who Irwin declined to identify, was found guilty and is now serving a 13-year sentence in state prison. “The district attorney portrayed to the jury in this case how gang members intimidate witnesses,” said Irwin. “Their whole issue is instilling fear, intimidating the community and witnesses testifying in a case.” The fear of being tagged a neighborhood “snitch” is sometimes enough to keep good people from coming forward to identify bad people. But that fear is often unrealistic, Chavez said. Ditsch recently investigated the Aug. 20 slaying of Jason Verde, 22, of Whittier. After identifying to detectives one of two suspects, Martin Marquez, 20, of Pico Rivera, as the shooter, several teen witnesses later changed their stories in court. The witnesses suddenly claimed that, while they witnessed the killing, they did not see who shot Verde. “It happens a lot,” said Ditsch, who added that the teens’ original statements will still stand in court. “One witness has been terrified through this whole case. The way he acts, you’d think he had received death threats and they were following him, but they’re not. “I’ve worked gangs 15 years and very seldom was that stuff carried out,” he added. To undercut intimidation, the state and counties offer witness relocation programs. Most of the participants are witnesses in murder cases, according to the program’s 2005 Annual Report to the Legislature. In 80 percent of the cases involving the program in 2004, the defendants were convicted of their charges, the report stated. “Our main purpose is to get them out of harm’s way,” said Judy Cornick, program analyst for California Bureau of Investigation’s Witness Protection Program. “We pay first and last month’s rent and take care of them as long as they’re needed to testify.” sandy.mazza@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026last_img read more

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Man who stole €1,100 in cash register trick escapes jail

first_imgA man who stole €1,100 when he tricked a shop-assistant while buying a bar of chocolate has been given a suspended three-month jail sentence.Pituan Angel of Malthouse Lane, Alumrock in Birmingham, England appeared at Letterkenny District Court in Co Donegal. Angel and another man entered Kavanagh’s supermarket in Buncrana on May 20th, 2017 just before 7pm.He bought a bar of chocolate and then asked for €50 to be changed into different denominations.He then distracted the shop-assistant by asking what some sterling notes were in the cash register and took some of the notes in his hand.When the shop assistant challenged Angel he put them back in the till.However, when totting up the takings that night it was discovered the till was short by €1,100.Angel and his accomplice were spotted on CCTV and were arrested shortly afterwards.Frank Dorrian, solicitor for the accused man, said this was a “ham-fisted” effort at a robbery.He said his family had put together €1,100 which was to be repaid to the supermarket in full.The court heard that 34-year-old Angel has 25 previous convictions including many for shoplifting.Solicitor Dorrian said his client came from an impoverished background and had never gone to school.However, Judge Paul Kelly said the theft was “deliberate and planned” and said he had to take into account that Angel had a significant previous record.He sentenced him to three months in jail but suspended the term for 12 months if he agreed to enter a bod to keep the peace.Man who stole €1,100 in cash register trick escapes jail was last modified: September 9th, 2019 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:courtKavanagh’s Supermarketrobberylast_img read more

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GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWS – CAMPAIGN TO START AGAINST LK GAELS

first_img*Unemployed*Are you in receipt of Social Welfare and unemployed for more than twelve months? Are you interested in coaching Gaelic Games? If so you may be eligible to partake in a Social Employment Scheme, Sponsored by the Club, training will be provided. For more information contact Joe at 086-8547114 or milforddonegalgaa@gmail.com*Senior League Campaign Begins* The Seniors and Reserves kick off their league campaigns this weekend at home to Letterkenny Gaels. The will take place on Good Friday with the reserve throw in at 4pm and the Seniors at 5.15pm. Lets get good support out to cheer the boys on.*Minors*CLG BnaG 2-7 Termon 5-12. A terrible first half from the boys left themselves an awful lot of hard work to do in the second half but they rallied back impressively in the second period to close the gap. Unfortunately they had left themselves far too much to do and were unable to come close to Termon in the end up. A lot of the boys are training well with some in serious contention for a starting spot on the Senior team so if they can keep up their performances in training and a few more of the minor team join them they won’t be far away come championship time. Best for CLG BnaG on Sunday were Jamie Heena, Gavin McFadden and Odhran Coll. Team: Gavin McFadden, Dara McGettigan, Gavin Grier, Jason McConigley, Shay Durning, Jamie Heena, Darragh Black (1-0), Kane Barrett (1-3), Dominic Hull, Emmett Conaghan (0-1), Caolan Bolton, Jason Scullion, Odhran Coll, Dylan Hegarty (0-3), Hugh McMenamin. Subs: Kieran Sheridan and Finian Ferry came on at half time.*Donegal U21s*The club would like to congratulate the Donegal u21 team on their fantastic victory over Tyrone in Omagh last Wednesday night. Donegal beat the bookies second favourites for the All Ireland 0-15 to 1-6. Christopher ‘Chippie’ Barrett was unlucky to only be on the bench for the team while Micky McGlynn is the team physio. Donegal will now go on to play Derry in the semi final of the Ulster Championship in two weeks time (3rd April). It will be played in a neutral venue yet to be decided.*Club Membership*Please note that club membership is now due. Membership rates are €20 for adults, €10 for children, and €50 per family. Alternatively you can download a standing order form from the club website (www.milford.donegal.gaa.ie) for the weekly club lotto. Entry to the lotto database costs €17 per month which also entitles you to 11 weeks free entry to the lotto as well as full family membership. PLEASE NOTE: The club will only source Donegal tickets for fully paid up members.*Lotto* This weeks lotto numbers were 1-4-6-16. No jackpot winner, 4 match 3 winners gets €20 each. The winners were: Seamus Durkan Snr, Drumbern, James Edward Friel, Margaret Orr, Ballyare, Kevin Coyle, Ramelton. Next weeks Jackpot is €5,820.*Sen/Res/u21/Minor Training*Training for all Senior, Reserve, U21 and Minor players continues every Monday and Wednesday at 7pm at the pitch in Milford. If for any reason you are unable to attend let the management know.*Ladies Training* Training continues at the pitch every Wednesday at 6.30pm and Saturday morning at 10am.*U14 Training*The U14’s have training every Friday at Fern from 5.30pm to 7pm.with League starting at the start of March it is important we get everyone out. Managers are Darragh Kelly and Gerry Crossan.*U12 Training Change*U12 training will now take place on Mondays at 5.30pm at the pitch in Milford. All welcome.*U10 Training*Milford GAA U10 Training continues on Friday at 6.00pm at Moyle View Park. Please bring Gumshields and a drink.*U8 Fundamentals*U8 fundamentals training begins this Friday from 6-7 in the Milford convent gym. Registration will also take place at 6pm. Any parents wishing to help out in any way are more than welcome to attend.*Milford GAA Club Gear*Club gear is now available to order. The range of club gear includes Hoodies, Tracksuits tops, Windcheaters, hats, navy polo shirts, white polo shirts, and t-shirts. There is some lovely gear available at very reasonable prices and photos are available to view on the club Facebook page. Orders can be placed with either Barry on 086-3400082 or Aidan on 087-1223177.Hoodies (Kids 5-11: €29.99. Kids 13-14: €38. Adults S-XXL: €39.99)Track top (13/14 – Adult XXL: €38)Windcheater (Adult S-XXL: €23)Hat (€7.50)Polo Shirts (Navy) (13/14 – Adult XXL: €29.99)Training T-Shirt (Kids 5-11: €18. Kids 13-14: €19.99. Adults S-XXL: €23)Initials can be added at an additional €2 each*Conversational Irish Classes*Conversational Irish classes continue every Wednesday at 7pm in the clubhouse at Moyleview Park. Adults and children welcome. Admission: Adults €2, Children €1. The classes will be for 1.5 hours and refreshments will be provided.The club wishes to establish a newsletter that can be emailed out to all interested parties on a weekly basis. In this weeks issue we had all your club news and lotto results, as well as upcoming fixtures and training schedules for the week ahead. We also have match reports from the recent minor and ladies games as well as the coaching section which covered the ‘Body Catch’ and we also have a blast from the past in our photo gallery with the victorious 1992 Intermediate Championship winning team. This weeks player profile is on Ulster All Star ladies forward Amber Barrett. if you would like to be included on this mailing list please text your name and email address to 0863400082 or email it to milforddonegalgaa@gmail.com.GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWS – CAMPAIGN TO START AGAINST LK GAELS was last modified: March 26th, 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:GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWS – CAMPAIGN TO START AGAINST LK GAELSlast_img read more

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Liverpool predicted line-up to face West Ham

first_imgLiverpool get their Premier League campaign underway against West Ham on Sunday.The Reds are considered by many to be Manchester City’s main title rivals this season, after a summer of heavy spending. Liverpool: Alisson; Clyne, Robertson, Gomez, Van Dijk; Milner, Wijnaldum, Keita; Mane, Salah, Firmino. Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener gameday Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more possible xi How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? highlights 2 LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Alisson, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri are all available to make their Premier League debuts for Liverpool, although Fabinho is a doubt.World Cup stars Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson could feature, but Dejan Lovren is definitely out.Here is talkSPORT.com’s predicted XI: impact Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade smart causal How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? NEW ERA Naby Keita could make his first Premier League start Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack possible standings How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures 2 ALTERED last_img read more

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DDTV VIDEO: JIM MCGUINNESS ON WHY THE COUNTY NEEDS THE CONVOY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE

first_imgDDTV VIDEO REPORT: Donegal GAA are currently fundraising for their new training facility in Convoy, which will facilitate all underage, senior footballers, Hurling and ladies football, and in the future cultural events.It is hoped that the first training sessions will take place in August, this year. In this video by jacksonmediatv county manager Jim McGuinness talks about the importance of Convoy for the future of gaelic games in the county.Click to play and watch  DDTV VIDEO: JIM MCGUINNESS ON WHY THE COUNTY NEEDS THE CONVOY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE was last modified: April 17th, 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:centre of excellenceconvoyDonegal GAAGAAJim McGuinnesslast_img read more

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