Sam Houston State Men’s Golf Wins at Walden

first_imgMONTGOMERY, TEXAS – With just two tournaments left to play before the Southland Conference Championships, the Sam Houston men’s golf team is starting to hit its stride. Hosting the Bearkat Invitational at Walden, the Kats came from behind for a 14-stroke victory.In the process, Jake McCrory took the individual title while William Holcomb was the runner up. The two were the only golfers to finish under par, with McCrory winning running way at 9-under. Holcomb finished the tournament four shots back at 5-under after a team-best 68 on Tuesday.The Kats entered the day two-shots back of UTRGV, but after an 18-hole score of 285, Sam Houston finished at 7-under for the tournament and won by 14 shots. The Bearkats were consistent all three rounds, posting scores of 285, 287 and 285.In addition to the top finishes by McCrory and Holcomb, the Kats had a pair of other top-10 finishes. Noah Steele shot a 71 on Tuesday and jumped four places to finish tied for 6th overall at 2-over for the tournament. Austen Christiansen finished 5-over for the tournament, tied for 8th place.The Kats started the day strong, carding 10 birdies on the front nine, quickly jumping back into the lead.All three rounds in the tournament were under par for the Bearkats. There were only two other team rounds under par, with UTRGV shooting 280 on Monday and SFA a 286 on Tuesday.Sam Houston will head out to Arizona next week for the final tournament of the regular season before the Southland Championships April 23-25.last_img read more

Westbrook triple-double leads Thunder past Clippers

first_imgKevin Durant donates $3 million to University of Texas DeAndre Jordan led the Clippers with a season-high 26 points and 17 rebounds. Lou Williams had 26 points and Blake Griffin scored 24.The Thunder have won eight of 10. They beat the Lakers on Wednesday night and completed a back-to-back sweep in Los Angeles.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkThe Clippers led 97-94 at the end of the third quarter, but the Thunder — led primarily by their second unit — opened the fourth with a 12-0 run.Los Angeles missed its first seven shots to begin the final period. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Thunder: Complete their three-game road trip Sunday in Phoenix.Clippers: Host the Golden State Warriors on Saturday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense LATEST STORIES The Clippers played the second half without guard Milos Teodosic after he had a flare-up of his left plantar fasciitis. He previously missed 22 games with the injury.TIP-INSThunder: After scoring 24 points in his first career start Wednesday, rookie G Terrance Ferguson was back in the lineup. Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan said he had little concern Ferguson would suddenly grow cocky. “It’s not really who he is,” Donovan said. “But I think this is a great opportunity from the standpoint of being able to put behind you (Wednesday) and focus on what’s in front of you today.” . G Alex Abrines missed his second consecutive game with a sore groin. Said Donovan: “We don’t feel like it’s anything too severe.”Clippers: G Austin Rivers, originally diagnosed with a strained Achilles and expected back quickly, got a second opinion and now has been diagnosed with a bruised heel. The team called it posterior right ankle impingement. “It’s not the best news, obviously,” said coach Doc Rivers, Austin’s father. “He’ll be evaluated in two weeks, which doesn’t sound great right now. I think we’ll find out a lot more in a couple weeks.” Austin Rivers had started every game he played since the third game of the season.UP NEXTADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, right, shoots as Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)LOS ANGELES — Russell Westbrook had his 13th triple-double of the season, Paul George scored 31 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Clippers 127-117 on Thursday night to snap Los Angeles’ four-game winning streak.Westbrook finished with 29 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in his latest homecoming. Carmelo Anthony added 22 points for the Thunder.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacsonlast_img read more

Nabong on ejection: ‘I’m here to protect my players’

first_imgSteam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ “My teammate Sean is down on the ground trying to get the ball from Belga, they (referees) called a foul, the play was over,” said Nabong who finished with 13 points and four boards. “Sean was trying to get up and Maverick Ahanmisi came over and pushed him back to the ground.”“As a teammate, I was looking and the play was over with. Why would you push another player on the ground when you already got the foul? I will protect my team, my players, my coaches, management.”Nabong, though, wasn’t the only one ejected after the altercation as Ahanmisi was also thrown out of the game.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Svitolina emerges as French Open favorite with sweep of Halep in Rome “I wasn’t even in the scuffle, it’s more of protection,” said Nabong. “My teammates were in the ground trying to get a jump ball, and they were trying to get up and a little point guard pushed my player back to the ground. As a big man, I’m trying to protect my players.”“I’m not here to start fights, I’m here to end them and protect my players.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownGlobalPort’s Moala Tautuaa and Rain or Shine’s Beau Belga were the first to dive for the ball with Batang Pier’s Sean Anthony joining the two a second later.Painters’ Maverick Ahanmisi then, joined the three and pushed Anthony’s head that Nabong took offense to. Nabong came to Anthony’s defense as he shoved Ahanmisi away from the pileup. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments GlobalPort coach Pido Jarencio tries to control big man Kelly Nabong in an attempt to pacify the situation. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netGlobalPort big man Kelly Nabong insisted he was neither the instigator nor was he trying to pick up fights during their matchup against Rain or Shine in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup.The 6-foot-6 Nabong was ejected with 3:20 left in a heated game on Sunday that ended in a Batang Pier loss to the Elasto Painters at Smart Araneta Coliseum.ADVERTISEMENT Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operationslast_img read more

India’s unpredictable elections

first_imgDear Editor,The final phase (seventh) of voting in India comes to an end this Sunday, May 19. The outcome is unpredictable. This writer travelled to several parts of India to solicit opinions on how people are voting and to gather their views on the outcome.This writer believes the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will win the most seats and form the Government. But it is difficult to determine the proximate number of seats the BJP and the opposition Congress Party will win. Both major parties are contesting the elections with alliance partners – the BJP and its allies are known as the National Democratic Alliance or NDA while the Congress and its allies are known as the United Progressive Alliance or UPA. The NDA will win a lot more seats than the UPA, perhaps two to one. However, the NDA (BJP in particular) will lose seats and the Congress and UPA will gain seats.In travelling around India querying views, people largely parroted the polls’ findings that they read or heard about in the media just before the first phase of voting on April 11. The polls put the BJP and the NDA well ahead of the Congress and UPA. But polls in India are not known to be reliable.Almost everyone I interviewed in the urban areas said BJP/NDA will win and they will actually vote for BJP/NDA partner. Middle-class and upper caste voters (Brahmins and Chatris) are voting BJP. However, when one goes to lower-class neighbourhoods and in rural areas, voter preferences change. The lower castes and slum dwellers are divided in their votes. The BJP gets only a fraction (less than 20 per cent) of their support. Muslims are united against the BJP; only a very small percentage is voting BJP. The preference of female Muslims is not known; the BJP has tried to grant them equality. If female Muslims break for BJP, which is quite unlikely given that they have received instructions from clerics to vote for a candidate that has the best prospect to defeat the BJP candidate, the BJP will sweep. The lower castes and the Muslims make up almost 70 per cent of the electorate. No one knows for sure how the lower castes will vote – will they vote en bloc for the SP (Yadavs) and BSP (Dalits) alliance in Uttar Pradesh (UP) State? The two castes have had a history of antagonism and ill feelings towards each other and never quite got along; they were engaged in physical violence against one another. This writer projects BJP will lose a minimum 15 seats in UP but could reduce its losses if Muslims stay away from the polls or if Dalits don’t support Yadav candidates.There is some element of anti-incumbency in India. This means BJP will suffer losses not only in UP but in other states as well. Also, the caste alliance working against the electoral prospects of the BJP. The Dalits and the Yadavs have formed an alliance in UP, India’s largest state. A similar alliance is formed in Bihar and in a few other states. This caste alliance and the understanding with between the Congress and other parties representing lower castes poses a serious challenge to BJP and would cause it to lose several seats and for Congress to pick up seats. But the BJP party is also expected to make gains in seats in states it never won.In the 2014 elections, Congress won only 44 seats and the BJP 282 out of 543. The Congress is projected by this writer to win up to 25 more seats, making gains from the BJP in states like Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madya Pradesh, and Chattisgarh. The BJP/NDA, in addition to losing seats in these states, will lose seats in UP. While losing seats to anti-incumbency and the various alliances allied against it, the BJP will make gains in other states. The party could pick up anywhere between 15 and 20 seats to reduce overall losses. The final projection is BJP is expected to win between 250 and 275 seats and the NDA up to 40 seats for a total of anywhere between 275 and 315. In addition, the BJP will get outside support from the MPs in other states of approximately another 35 seats.To form a Government, 273 seats are required. So clearly, going by the numbers projected by this writer and the views of pre-election pollsters, the BJP and Modi are projected to retain office. But the number of seats the party or alliance will win is unpredictable. Even if the BJP/NDA comes up short, outside allies will make up the numbers. The UPA and a third front are not likely to have the numbers to form a coalition Government as they did in 2004-2009.Yours truly,Dr Vishnu Bisramlast_img read more

Region 9 REO expelled from Public Accounts Committee meeting

first_img…unprepared to answer questions about regionThe inability of Region Nine (Upper Takutu/Upper Essequibo) officials to answer Public Accounts Committee (PAC) questions regarding issues raised in the Auditor General’s Report has seen them ultimately being asked to leave the chambers.At the sitting, chaired by Member of Parliament Pauline Sukhai in the absence of Chairman Irfaan Ali, Regional Executive Officer (REO) Kerwin Warde wasPerforming the duties of PAC Chairperson was MP Pauline Sukhaiquestioned on the region’s procurement of drugs through inter- departmental warrants (IDWs). Warde could not even provide definitive details on the reconciliation from the Materials Management Unit (MMU) of the Public Health Ministry, as recommended by Auditor General Deodat Sharma in his 2016 report.“The 2016 budget was one of those early budgets. What caused you to only send an inter-departmental warrant in the sum of $48 million to the Ministry of Public Health for the supply of drugs and medical supplies?” PAC member Nigel Dharamlall asked.In response, Warde indicated that he could not answer that question. At this point Sukhai upbraided the REO, noting that, on appearing before the committee, he had a duty to come prepared to answer whatever questions are put to him.Describing Warde’s statement as unacceptable, Sukhai asked him to confer with his supporting staff to get the information. But even that failed to bring any results, resulting in PAC Member and Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence, getting involved.REO Kerwin Warde“I know that the (former) REO (Karl Parker) was in the region for a very long time. So why is it that you’re before the PAC without the answers?” she asked. When Warde admitted that he was ill-prepared, Lawrence suggested the officials be sent away until they could provide answers.“This is what I feared when the REO began answering questions. It appears he either doesn’t want to be helpful or he didn’t have the time to go through (the documents). I could immediately sense a lack of preparation. From the first question to where we are now, we have not had any clear-cut responses. I would want to recommend we terminate your session until you come prepared,” Sukhai said.Audit reportAccording to the 2016 report, a sum of $73.871 million was budgeted for the procurement of drugs and medical supplies under the Health Services Programme for 2016. It stated that amounts totalling $63.871 million were expended as at December 31, 2016.“Included in the amount of $63.871 million are two inter-departmental warrants (IDW) valued $58 million (and) issued in August and November 2016 in the sums of $48 million and $10 million respectively to the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) to purchase drugs and medical supplies on behalf of the Regional Administration. With respect to the warrant of $48 million, the Regional Administration received a financial return indicating that the full amount was expended. However, although drugs and medical supplies were received by the Regional Administration, the cost was not stated on the documentation that accompanied the deliveries”, the report detailed.“As a result, it could not be determined whether the full value was received for the sum warranted to MoPH. 902. With respect to the warrant of $10 million, the Regional Administration received a ‘nil’ financial return indicating that the amount was unexpended, as such, the Appropriation Account was credited with the unspent amount of $10 million.”The Audit Office had recommended that the Regional Administration put systems in place to reconcile supplies received by the respective health facilities with the drugs’ list initially submitted. It had also advised that the region obtain the cost of the drugs and medical supplies from the MoPH, so as to reconcile the value of the drugs and medical supplies received with that of the sum warranted to the Ministry.last_img read more

Reg 2 Govt and Opposition Councillors demand REO resign

first_imgCouncillors of the Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) Regional Democratic Council (RDC) have passed their saturation point with Regional Executive Officer (REO) Rupert Hopkinson as they led a picket outside his office on Tuesday calling for his removal. Both the Opposition People’s Progressive Party and the ruling A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition Councillors, united in their call for Hopkinson’s removal. This action followed repeated concerns Councillors have been registering over REO’s conduct and alleged misuse of public funds.The Councillors told Guyana Times they opted to picket the REO after they turnedRegion Two RDC Councillors protesting the REO’s office in Anna Regina on Tuesdayup at the RDC Boardroom in Anna Regina for the monthly statutory meeting, only to discover that a ‘junior staff’ was sitting in for the REO, who functions as the RDC’s Clerk and Accounting Officer. Chairman of the RDC, Devanand Ramdatt said the REO has been absenting himself from the RDC meetings without informing the RDC.The Regional Chairman said Councillors from “both sides of the RDC are very much disappointed with the behaviour of the REO, who “is not working in the best interest of the people of the region.” APNU/AFC Councillors Naithram and Hardat Narine also supported the call for the REO’s removal.Naithram, during the picketing exercise said the REO is “sabotaging the progressRegion Two REO, Rupert Hopkinsonof the region” and is doing work without consulting the RDC. He said too that he and Councillor Narine were both slapped in the line of duty and the REO never took any action even after he won his matter in court. Ram also said that the REO is busy building parks and a gated community while the entire regional machinery needs to be fixed or replaced. He expressed that millions of dollars were lost in the rice industry due to the lack of fixing the access dams.Non-consultationRegion Two, which is predominantly dependent on agriculture, only has one grader that has been reportedly out of order for several years. One of the main issues the Councillors said would be discussed at the RDC meeting is the submitting of the 2019 Regional Budget Proposals without the final consultation and approval of the RDC.The elected representatives have expressed much concern over the secretive nature in which the proposal is being formulated. Region Two Vice Chairperson Nandranie Coonjah had in fact written the Finance Ministry on the matter. In the correspondence seen by this publication, she revealed that the region’s budget proposal was ratified but not circulated by REO Hopkinson.According to Coonjah, this was despite changes being made to line items under regional administration, finance and agriculture. She noted in the correspondence that circulating copies of the ratified budget to the office of the Regional Chairman and Vice Chairman is mandatory.“We had a meeting with the REO where some of the things he had in the budget weren’t in agreement with the Council. And we had to remove and rectify and send it back for perusal to the RDC… the Regional Chairman and Vice Chairman office. And when they peruse, the Chairman and Vice Chairman will sign off a transmitter statement before it’s presented to the Ministry of Finance,” she said.Coonjah outlined that they were told that the REO had sent off the budget proposal even though she had not seen it. She even expressed fear that her signature may have been “forged”.“At our last statutory meeting last month… he told them that they signed off already. Because the meeting that they had, the attendance sheet was signed. But I’m told that a further investigation revealed that the signature we put on the 2018 budget that is what (was) used,” she revealed.She further informed this publication that when she was invited on September 18 to attend a budget debate, she told the REO that she had no information about the budget as she was not included in the consultations. The PPP/C representative said she emailed not only the Finance Minister but copied the letter to Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan as well, though her letter was “not acknowledged.” Speaking on Tuesday, she told Guyana Times that the REO is failing his duties, especially in education and health.She outlined that the doctor quarters in the hinterland were constructed and left unoccupied due to the lack of furnishing. She added that sanitary blocks at schools need to be fixed, noting that the Rest House built at Onderneeming for expectant mothers from the interior needs to be furnished.The REO had indicated to Guyana Times that he will be proceeding on leave. Calls to the REO on Tuesday went unanswered.last_img read more

Federal government announces investment to support Aboriginal participation in energy infrastructure projects

first_imgThe heavy equipment operator/mining and driving simulator are also portable, allowing training to be delivered in surrounding communities in northeast B.C.“NENAS greatly appreciates the funds provided through Western Economic Diversification for the acquisition of simulators and trailers, which opens doors for Aboriginal people residing in northeast British Columbia to compete for job opportunities connected to major industry projects,” Executive Director for NENAS, Audrey Sam said.Rempel reiterates what many of us already know, which is the rapid growth in the energy, as well as the mining sector, is creating a high demand for heavy equipment operators in northeast B.C.- Advertisement -With that in mind, Rempel says she wants to see youth and members of the Aboriginal community become an active part of this growth.“This project aids the rapidly growing energy and mining industries, while creating skilled jobs for northern residents, including Aboriginal people,” Rempel said. “The economic opportunities that these training simulators provide will be felt across northeast British Columbia.”The training equipment is reportedly capable of training up to 225 drivers and heavy equipment operators by April 2015, and makes NENAS the first institution to offer heavy equipment operator training in this region.Advertisement Over the next 6 years, jobs related to motor and transit drivers, as well as heavy equipment operators, are expected to have the highest number of openings.Members of the Aboriginal community got the announcement started with a traditional prayer and drum circle, while acting Mayor and Council member, Gord Klassen played Master of Ceremonies, announcing each speaker and thanking the minister for her ongoing commitment to the north.last_img read more

Gor Mahia appoint Briton Kerr as head coach

first_imgCurrently attached with Chesterfield FC academy as the head coach, Dylan is an English former professional footballer who played as a defender for known clubs like Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds, Doncaster, Reading and Burnley amongst other clubs.The 50 year-old was born in Malta and with a 13 years coaching experience, started his coaching career in the United States with Phoenix – Arizona before finding his way to Scotland as a Football Development Officer at Argyll and Bute in 2005.CONFIRMED: GOR MAHIA FC TO APPOINT DYLAN KERR AS HEAD COACH #Sirkal— GOR MAHIA FC (@OfficialGMFC) July 5, 2017In 2009, Dylan was appointed as an assistant manager by South African club Mpumalanga Black Aces.  He also coached Tanzanian giants Simba SC in 2015-2016 season.-By official Gor Mahia Website-0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Briton Dylan Kerr has previously managed Tanzania giants Simba SC.PHOTO/courtesyNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 5 – Gor Mahia FC has appointed Dylan Kerr as the head coach with the Briton expected to link up with the team on Saturday ahead of the team’s departure for Tanzania.The decision to appoint Kerr comes after an Executive Committee Meeting held on Tuesday evening.last_img read more

Quinn on Man City’s ‘nervy’ derby victory over Man United

first_imgFormer Manchester City striker Niall Quinn joined the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show to review the Manchester derby.Manuel Pellegrini’s side ran out 1-0 victors at the Etihad, following Chris Smalling’s sending off, as United’s worst start since 1986 continued.“It was a little bit nervy,” Quinn told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “It wasn’t your usually passionate derby where everyone just goes for it. It was very cagey.“Manchester United started the game very well and the City fans, having come through three tough games, weren’t in their usual voice.“It wasn’t subdued, but it wasn’t the sharpest Manchester derby I’ve ever been at.”last_img


first_imgClub Notes – Naomh Adhamhnáin – 23.07.12Well done to Rory Kavanagh and the Donegal team on Sunday’s performance to defeat Down in the 2012 Ulster SFC Final in Clones. Kevin was forced to miss this year’s final once again through injury.The Seniors and Reserves have no game this weekend with their League schedule nearly completed. The Juniors also have nearly completed their league programme and at time of writing there was no fixture available. The U21 Championship game scheduled for Tuesday night (24th) against MacCumhaills has been postponed for a couple of weeks.The Senior hurlers take on MacCumhaills at home this Wednesday in the Senior Championship in what is potentially a semi-final meeting after last week’s defeat against Burt. Throw-in is at 7:30pm. All support welcome.The Minor footballers will now move into a co. semi-final in this year’s league competition scheduled for this Friday, July 27th with their opposition still to be determined from Kilcar or Aodh Rua, Ballyshannon.The U-14 boy’s footballers defeated St. Michael’s in the Championship on Monday night. They take on Naomh Conaill in the League Final on Wednesday night in Ballybofey, throw-in at 7:30pm. All support would be welcome. The Minor Board are provisionally scheduling a meeting for next Thursday, August 7th at 7pm in the Clubhouse. A confirmation e-mail will be sent as well as details on Facebook.The U16 Hurlers had a 1 point win over Burt in the League in a game where neither side were ever more little more than a point apart. There is no U16 game this Thursday so training for U16 Hurlers will be held in O’Donnell Park at 5:15pm instead.The U12 Hurlers had a narrow loss away to the Four Masters in the League. Details of the game this Thursday will be given at training.Congratulations to Conor O’Grady and Caoimhin Lennon who were on the U15 Co Donegal Hurling team that won the Peter O’Keefe Memorial Tournament. The won all their group games and in the final against Roscommon came from a four point deficit to equalise with the last puc of the ball and went on to win in extra time.Both Academies will return this week after a break last week, Hurling & Camogie at 6:30pm on Friday and Football at 11am on Sunday. The historic 1992 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship winning team are holding a Gala Reunion in Donegal Town on Saturday night, August 18th. Tickets are available from Paul Carr and can also be purchased from the Mt. Errigal Hotel. The event will be hosted by broadcasting legend Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh and Highland’s Charlie Collins.There were 6 winners in this week’s Lotto draw. They matched 3 numbers and win €20 each. The numbers drawn were: 7-18-19-24. Anthony Cooke, Newtownhamilton, Co Armagh; Bernie Reilly, Coleraine, Co Derry; Donal Murphy, Castlebane, Letterkenny; Cian McGonagle, Tullygay; Oran Nibbs, Rathdonnell, Trentagh and Conor Mc Laughlin, c/o Blakes.We extend our sympathies to the Doherty and Dorrian (Rahan) families on their loss. GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTES was last modified: July 24th, 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)last_img read more