Young Everton fans left distraught by Andre Gomes’ horror ankle injury

first_imgTWO young Everton fans were left visibly distraught after witnessing at close quarters Andre Gomes’ horror ankle injury.The Everton midfielder, 26, was rushed to hospital when a collision with Spurs’ Son Heung-min left him with a fractured and dislocated ankle.4 The two young Everton fans were left in shock after witnessing Gomes’ ankle breakCredit: Sky Sports4 The fans were clearly stunned too with many turning away in horror4 Players from both sides were shocked by the sickening blow, with Son reduced to tears and Aurier taken offSon was inconsolable when he realised the magnitude of the impact and team-mate Serge Aurier was subbed off while clearly in shock.But the devastation was not confined to the players.Television footage showed two young Toffees supporters in the front row covering their mouths in horror.Another next to them screamed when she saw the position Gomes’ foot was in as medics rushed on to help.And a fourth covered her eyes because she simply could not look, while several young lads behind them had to turn away from the sickening scenes.Son broke down in tears on the pitch and has been targeted with sick abuse from trolls in the wake of the incident. In between a flurry of comments wishing him well and telling him it was not his fault, one user wrote: “You have destroyed Andre’s career. You do not deserve to play football anymore butcher, killer.”Gomes had surgery on his ankle today and it is said to have gone “extremely well” – although it is unlikely any of his Everton team-mates will be able to visit him due the painkillers he will have to take.Son was initially going to be given a yellow for his challenge before referee Martin Atkinson changed it to a red.It is believed that Spurs are going to go ahead with appealing the red.The Premier League released a statement explaining why Son was sent off.It read: “The red card for Son was for endangering the safety of a player which happened as a consequence of his initial challenge.”Cenk Tosun described the pain of seeing Gomes in such a state.4latest football newsSILVA’S GOLDEN GIRLModel Ines Tomaz has been helping Bernardo Silva through quarantineGossipCROWD RETURNFA Cup final ‘may see 20,000 at Wembley in trial allowing some fans at games’CommentPHIL THOMASDiving and whining was never a good look and will seem worse after lockdownExclusive’I’M IN A BAD WAY’Ex-England star Kenny Sansom talks for first time since being attackedExclusiveBOURNE AGAINHowe says Cherries are stronger after lockdown with FIVE fit-again starsExclusiveSWAN THAT GOT AWAYSwansea wanted £3m Davies three years ago but couldn’t get work permitHe said: “Everybody is so sad inside.”Some players, they nearly cried. Andre was in shock. His eyes were open so big. He was crying, shouting and screaming. I just tried to hold him and speak to him. I tried to tell him to stay calm.”We couldn’t understand him. He was the one who had got the injury.”Mauricio Pochettino brands Son’s sending off ‘unfair’ after referee Martin Atkinson changes his mind from yellow card to red Son breaks down in tears as Gomes screams in agony from broken ankleProof Martin Atkinson changed his mind on Son red card after horror Gomes injuryPrem release statement on why Son was sent off after Gomes leg horrorEverton confirm surgery for Gomes on Monday after breaking right ankleEverton stars including Coleman went into Spurs dressing room to comfort SonSon ‘in Spurs changing room in tears refusing to lift head’ after Gomes woeTosun recalls harrowing moment Andre Gomes lay crying in shock with his eyes wide open after Son tackle last_img read more

Laurie Foster: JAAA drops the baton

first_imgThe fast-approaching Christmas season is traditionally a time of good cheer, the seeking of blessings from a Supreme Being, consumption of an enormous amount of food, and the exchange of gifts. Although the act also follows a path of tradition, the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA), through its president, delivered its own gift of another body blow to the sport. One can almost hear in response shouts of ‘What’s new?’ or ‘Nothing better was expected’. Dr Warren Blake, Jamaica’s track and field head man, is once again under the cosh. Blake is widely accepted and acclaimed as an orthopaedic surgeon of the highest quality. However, from the comments being voiced – including social media – his latest action does not quite make the cut (pun intended). The ‘proof of the pudding’ in making what could be deemed a harsh criticism is inherent in a statement to the media recently. The stage was a press conference to announce nominees for the annual Golden Cleats Awards put on by the JAAA. On the world stage, Russia had been banned from international competition by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). The move was effected after investigations by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) found them to be involved in state-supported violation of the code. Many of their top performing athletes at the global level were facing the loss of medals won. As a sequel to this, the Russian city of Kazan was stripped of its host status for the 2016 World Junior Championships. A replacement venue was to be announced after a new bidding process. SEEKING APPROVAL The JAAA had announced its intention to seek approval to be hosts. Success would mean that the black, green, and gold would be blessed with the prestige and privilege of so doing for the second time. Few will forget at the first staging in 2002, the comments of the then IAAF president Lamine Diack. He described it as “the best ever”. The Senegalese has since been disgraced – fingered by the same WADA probe for accepting a bribe of €1 million for culpability in drug test results concealment. Blake seized the opportunity at the awards press conference to issue a statement on the progress of the bid. He spoke of the local bid being withdrawn. It carried a price tag of US$10 million. Also mentioned, presumably as a reason for the withdrawal, was the likelihood of such a figure being realised. There was no mention in the excerpt of the interview, carried by national media, of any consultation prior to the decision to ‘lock it down’. One was left with the feeling that not even the Government had had an input in the verdict. If that is the case, several questions must now be asked. UNILATERAL DECISION? Was Blake’s decision really a unilateral one, taken without giving an ear to the battery of track and field savvy that surrounds him? One sincerely hopes not, but if that was the case, how could they come up with what must surely be a lame decision. It clearly has not factored in the increase prestige that adheres to the country’s image since the heroics of Beijing 2008 and sustained thereafter. Would that not have attracted the financial support from investors always in search of embellishment to their own profile? Yes, it is also Olympic year, with advertising spoils to be shared with the Rio spectacle. But where are the experts and bright marketers? Could not there be a combo where those interested in the spend could invest in both and widen their reach? Again, what about the Government? If they had a say in the matter, why not say so? At least that would have focused the scrutiny elsewhere. For feedback: E-mail read more

Diamond Debate | No stopping mighty McLeod

first_imgRaymond Graham (RG): Fans are in for something special in the men’s 110m hurdles as, despite it being May, this is definitely a preview of what’s to come at the World Championships, as the best sprint hurdlers in the world will line up at the start in Shanghai tomorrow. AndrÈ Lowe (AL): The 110m hurdles always delivers exciting action, and with many of the big names turning up in Shanghai, another fast time is promised on a track known to produce impressive times. RG: Omar McLeod will remember a year ago at the same venue, where he posted a world-leading 12.98 seconds to defeat his countryman, Hansle Parchment, but this time around, he will have a handful. Parchment will be back, but McLeod’s biggest challenge will come from Orlando Ortega, David Oliver, Aries Merritt and Sergey Shubenkov, who is back after a year out of competition. AL: It will be interesting to see what Shubenkov does here against a top field. McLeod was excellent at the Drake Relays in truly miserable conditions, and the Olympic champion already looks unstoppable. Despite the quality he has to face, he knows that he’s the man. They know it, too. He’s going to be hard to beat here. RG: Yes, I also thought that he was unstoppable last year, but in Lausanne, he ran into Ortega, who defeated him, and the Spanish athlete is no chicken. Remember, he was top of the world in 2015, when he had a world best of 12.94 seconds in Paris. AL: That was 2015. The world has belonged to McLeod since 2016, and by the looks of things, he’s keeping the key in 2017 as well. Ortega is the obvious threat, but his 13.95 seconds, ran a few days ago, isn’t going to scare anyone. Parchment had that injury issue ahead of the Olympics. This is a good test for him to gauge where he is. A positive result here and he will be back in the conversation. RG: And why are we ignoring the American duo of Oliver and Merritt? Remember both have big titles in the past. While I think McLeod is the man to beat, I am not going all out on this as Shubenkov, the defending World champion, is hungry and will want to make a mark as he aims to defend his title in London this summer. AL: I’m not ignoring them. I see them bright and clear – running for second place. Given his dominance in the event, the others will have to convince me that they can beat McLeod. His raw speed and the suggestion that he has adjusted flawlessly to his new seven-step approach means more fluidity and more bad news for his rivals. McLeod for the win, Merritt second. Third place, who knows? RG: McLeod is, no doubt, the fastest in the field. He should lead early, and once he negotiates the obstacles well, he will be hard to overtake. With the expected competition, a sub-13 seconds is in store once again.last_img read more

Jazz guard Rubio to miss Game 1 vs Rockets with hamstring injury

first_imgRubio missed a few games late in the season with soreness in the same hamstring, but had not left a game with the problem in the postseason until Friday.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 crown Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – APRIL 25: Quin Snyder of the Utah Jazz gives instructions to Ricky Rubio #3 of the Utah Jazz as they play the Oklahoma City Thunder during the second half of game 5 of the Western Conference playoffs at the Chesapeake Energy Arena on April 25, 2018 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. J Pat Carter/Getty Images/AFPHOUSTON — Utah Jazz point guard Ricky Rubio will miss Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets because of a strained left hamstring.Rubio left Friday night’s game against the Thunder in the first quarter with the injury. The team says it does not know how long he will be out, but coach Quin Snyder said after Friday’s game he hoped it wasn’t too serious. He said the injury “caught up with him a little bit” in a “tough series.”ADVERTISEMENT Shaquem Griffin finally hears his name at NFL draft MOST READ Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES 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 awardcenter_img Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

Simpson feeling good in Alaska return: ‘PBA is one of my favorite places ‘

first_img“There are some pretty good teams here and we are in second place, which is easier that when I was here the last time.”Alaska finished as the no.4 team in the 2010 Fiesta Cup with an 11-7 record after a double round robin elimination stage.Simpson, then at 22-years-old, played with the likes of Cyrus Baguio, LA Tenorio, Reynel Hugnatan, Sonny Thoss, now Phoenix assistant coach Topex Robinson, and now Alaska assistant coaches Jeff Cariaso and Tony dela Cruz.No one from the 2010 team, with the exception of Thoss, is still with the Aces, who now have Best Player of the Conference contender Vic Manuel, Chris Banchero, Jeron Teng, JVee Casio, and Simon Enciso.“I didn’t have to work as hard because a lot of players are good so that’s a plus,” Simpson said.ADVERTISEMENT Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team PBA: Ginebra gets spot in top 6 after thumping Globalport Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew 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 LATEST STORIES MOST READ PBA IMAGESAlmost a decade has passed since Diamon Simpson wore an Alaska jersey, let alone play in the PBA, yet it looked like he never left when he returned on Friday.After eight years, Simpson showed that he still knows his way around, finishing with 19 points, 18 rebounds, five assists, and four blocks in Alaska’s 114-91 win over Phoenix in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup.ADVERTISEMENT “It’s good to be back, the PBA is one of my favorite places especially with the Aces, it’s like a family organization so I’m glad to be back,” said Simpson Friday at Cuneta Astrodome.Simpson’s return was also of utmost timing as he helped the Aces clinch the no.2 seed that came with twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Jeron Teng, who got involved in a stabbing incident in June, was back playing for the team as well.“If we win, that’s a plus but I think we should focus on playing as hard as we can,” said Simpson who led the Aces to the 2010 Fiesta Cup. Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West Simpson handled the dirty work under the boards but it was Manuel who took care of the offensive duties with 28 points to lead the team.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Basketball League wraps up semi-final action

first_imgAs always, the Junior division kick-started the night, with Junior Player of the Game honours being awarded to Jacob Ziebart, Justin Paradis, Keryana Donald, Kaleb Calverly, Justin Bovee and Catherine Ross.Next to hit the hardwood were the Senior Girls, with game one resulting in D. Bauer defeating Northern Valve 51-18. Jade Mah was the D. Bauer Player of the Game displaying an extremely well rounded game. That same honour went to Northern Valve’s Sarah Kim, for an amazing display of improvement since the beginning of the season.The second Senior Girls game had Focus narrowly defeat Lube-X 33-29. Chelsea Fisher’s excellent rebounding and ability to take control of the offence earned her Player of the Game honours, while Stacey Hansen of Lube-X earned that same title for controlling the end of the game within the paint.- Advertisement -Next on the schedule was the second last round of Senior Boys games, which began with D. Bauer beating Sunlife 46-38. D. Bauer’s Player of the Game was Lucas Reimer, putting on a defensive clinic and displaying quick hands resulting in lots of steals. Sunlife nominated Steven Smith as their Player of the Game, for his tough play and strong rebounding.The final game of semi-final action saw Lube-X beat Northern Valve 55-38. Lube-X gave the Player of the Game honour to George Seguin-Morin, for a strong effort, lots of hustle and tough rebounding. Chris Seguin was the Player of the Game for Northern Valve, for displaying strong offensive positioning, while also paying close attention to defensive details.The Spring Basketball League will hold its final set of Games Wednesday, June 13.Advertisementlast_img read more

Province to invest in literacy programs for adult learners; Northeast BC to receive funding

first_imgVANCOUVER, B.C. – The Province of British Columbia has announced that it will be making investments in creating more access to literacy programs for adult learners.According to the Government, $2.4 million will be shared among 94 community adult literacy programs that are run by 69 different service providers.Societies and Organizations within Northeast B.C. to receive funding, through Northern Lights College, include the Fort St. John Literacy Society, Dawson Creek Literacy Society, Chetwynd Public Library, and Tumbler Ridge Public Library.- Advertisement -Funding will go towards supporting both adult and family literacy programs.The Government says more than 700,000 British Columbians are estimated to have significant literacy challenges, with 45 percent of adults in B.C. having some difficulty with daily living tasks due to limited literacy skills.last_img read more


first_imgTODAY is going to be one of the hottest days of the year so far – and Donegal SPCA has issued advice to pet owners over the rising heat.Temperatures are rising and the beach is the place to go; and the park, and the lakes. But hot weather can pose a real threat to pets.Here are some tips from DSPCA on caring for pets in hot weather: Animals simply CANNOT tolerate extreme temperatures; so, as a responsible pet owner you must make absolutely sure that your pet is safe.Never, ever leave your animal in a car. Pet owners should know the dangers of leaving any animal in a hot car; even for just a few minutes. This particularly applies to dogs. Dogs love to travel in a car and it’s tempting to let them go to the supermarket with you when buying supplies for that all important barbeque. But don’t leave your dog inside, even with the windows open.Temperatures do not have to be in the 20s for a car bound dog to be in serious trouble. Even at much lower temperatures, even under a cloudless sky, the humidity inside the car turns it into a sauna.Remember this: Research has shown that if it’s a sunny 21C, the temperature in a car, with the windows open, rises at least 10C degrees in 30 minutes. Temperatures in air conditioned cars can reach the same temperature as outside within just five minutes of being turned off.A parked car in hot, sweltering weather is a killer! This is what will happen: On a hot day, it takes a matter of minutes for a dog to end up organ-damaged or dead!Watch out for warning signsIf your dog pants quickly, looks very tired or collapses, it could be suffering from heatstroke. Put it in a cool, shady spot and spray its body with cool water, or give it a cool bath immediately. Never cool your dog so much that he/she begins to shiver. Let your dog drink small amounts of cool water. Contact a veterinary surgeon urgently for further advice as heatstroke can be fatal.Therefore, the advice is to leave your dog at home. Place his bed/kennel in a shaded area and he will automatically go to that shaded area when he needs rest from the hot sun. Leave them plenty of water and leave the water in the shaded area. Check their water bowl regularly to make sure there is plenty of fresh water.If you are taking your dog out with you in the car, make sure you have him well strapped in. Purchase a car safety harness for your dog. This is for your safety as much as theirs! They are available in any good pet shop or from the DSPCA gift shop. Cats should always be in pet carriers when travelling in the car.One small jolt in traffic can have a very sad result for an unsecured pet. Also, if you’re driving a car, and are forced to brake suddenly, an unsecured animal can be thrown forward, hitting you in the back of the head or neck, causing painful injuries to both you and your pet.Make sure the car window is open while driving; enough to give your animal plenty of ventilation. Don’t leave your dog in the car if you need to leave your vehicle. If you know you will be leaving the dog alone in the car don’t bring your dog with you, leave them at home! When walking your dog, remember there are areas and times during the day where temperatures soar. It makes sense to walk your dog in the early morning or late evening, when temperatures are lower. Not only are peak times uncomfortable for them, but the hot concrete can actually burn their sensitive paws. Never excert your dog during hot weather.Always take along water both for yourself and for your dog. Stop frequently to allow both of you to have a refreshing drink. Many domestic animals do not sweat to keep cool. Dogs, for instance, have no sweat glands and can only lose heat by panting. Make sure they always have plenty of water to help them keep cool.Tip: Temperatures are at their highest during midday and 3pm. Try to avoid these times.Keep your dog & cat groomed: This is always a good idea but particularly important during the hot weather. If your pet has long hair then that’s just like you wearing a fur coat in 30C degrees of heat! It’s not comfortable for you! Regular brushing also helps remove the winter undercoat and can help your pet better regulate his body temperature. It’s not comfortable for your pet!However, you do need to remember that if your dog has been trimmed, they are susceptible to sun burn. Sunscreen should be applied to dogs and cats with white tipped ears and noses.Tip: Children’s sunscreen, Factor 50+ is particularly good.Keep an eye out for insects: We protect ourselves from insects during the hot weather, but we sometimes forget our furry friends are also at risk. Make sure your dog and cat get their regular flea and tick preventative. And… keep that first aid kit close by in case of bee and wasp stings.Water Safety: If your dog likes the water, he will instinctively want to swim during the hot weather. Please put a life jacket on your dog. You can never be too cautious when it comes to your beloved pet and water safety.FOR THE BIRDSPlease do not leave bird cages or fish tanks on windowsills! Move them into the shade. Cages or aviaries located on sunny patios or in courtyards can become like furnaces as a result of radiated heat from the floor and wall surfaces.BUNNIES & OTHER SMALL FURRIESDo not leave rabbit hutches in the full glare of the sun. Move them to a shaded area now! The same applies to guinea pigs & ferrets. Warning! Bunnies are prone to fly strike (maggots). This can be fatal. Maggots can enter your bunnies’ bottom when they have a poo and this can kill your pet within 24 hours. Make sure your bunnies’ bottoms are clear of feaces. (Poo).FISHFish can have just as many problems in warm weather as other animals. Indoor fish should be kept out of direct sunlight. Change the water and keep it clear of algae which spreads much faster on sunny days.Fish ponds in the garden should be fitted with a suitable pump and filter to reduce the build up of waste products and to promote good water circulation.WILDLIFEBe wildlife-friendly in the garden – take care when using a lawn-mower or strimmer and keep toxic pesticides out of reach of animals.Disturb bonfires before burning garden rubbish.HORSESPlease provide ample, fresh, clean water for your horse or pony. Check buckets and troughs daily and make sure they are not contaminated with bird droppings or insect larvae.Remember, ponies and foals may have trouble reaching to the bottom of a shallowly filled trough so make sure everyone can reach the water!Sponge your horse down gently, making sure not to get water in his ears or on his face.If you must work/ride your horse, make sure to do it early in the morning or late in the evening when the temperature is cooler.After riding your horse, cool him down slowly. Loosen girths or belly bands immediately and offer sips of cool –not cold – water and walk your horse slowly. His muscles are more likely to stiffen if he is allowed to stand. Moving his muscles will dissipate heat more effectively for the animal.Make sure your horse has a shaded place to rest – away from the sun.Apply sunscreen (Factor 50+) to horses with pink noses to prevent sunburn.Hot weather means the grass growth slows down and the pasture quality declines. Make sure your horse is getting fodder and maybe you could supplement if necessary.Hot weather brings biting insects and these can keep your horse pacing or stomping. Make sure they have plenty of field shelter.Leaving any animal without adequate food, water or shade is a serious offence and will be considered an act of cruelty.PET OWNERS WARNED OF RISKS TO ANIMALS IN HOT WEATHER was last modified: July 19th, 2016 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)last_img read more


first_imgLETTERKENNY GOLF CLUB LADIES REPORTWell done to Kay Kelly and Celine Bradley, our first two big scores in 2013. Both ladies brought in a fabulous 22 points over the front nine holes with Kay winning on BOT.The latest date for news of the Daily Mail draw is February 27th so watch this space for news of the next round for our club winners Kay Kelly and Bridie Gildea. Owing to the inclement weather, the Drive In was postponed and is now due to take place on Sunday next, February 24th. Arrangements are as previously announced – refreshments from 10am in the Clubhouse with drive-in taking place at 11am. Everyone is very welcome whether you wish to play or just support our Captain, Lady Captain and President official launch our centenary year’s season in Barnhill. Food will be served in the Clubhouse following play.As the Drive-In date had to be changed, consequently the Bingo had to move too so it is scheduled for the end March – more details to follow.The Ladies have launched a new online Newsletter which will keep you up to date with events, whether related to our golf, social or club matters. If you wish to receive a copy of this, please ensure you provide us with your up to date email address. We also have an excellent texting system for ladies that can let you know at short notice if a competition is called off, a meeting is arranged or anything we need to let you know about. Again, please ensure we have your current mobile phone number.We have collected 146 used mobile telephones for our defibrillator drive – we are inching our way to the required 250 and would be delighted to receive any old mobiles lying around your house, office, car etc.  GOLF: LETTERKENNY GOLF CLUB LADIES NEWS was last modified: February 18th, 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:GOLF: LETTERKENNY GOLF CLUB LADIES NEWSlast_img read more


first_imgAll Ireland School First Years Semi FinalColáiste Phadraig, CBS Lucan  4-1 St. Columba’s College, StranorlarSt Columba’s College Stranorlar suffered  heartbreak this afternoon when their First Years were beaten in the All Ireland Semi final by 4 goals to 1 by Coláiste Phadraig, CBS Lucan at  Kingspan Century Park , Monaghan. Columba’s got off to the best possible start when a Gareth Doherty free was tucked away by Dewi Bolger Moore for 8 yards out after just 6 minutes on the clock. But Lucan levelled the tie 2 minutes later  when Dylan Hayes scored direct from a free kick and they went in at half time 2-1 to the good through Tom Prior.Two more goals in the 52nd and 55th  minutes from Titi Baddington  and an Og killed any chance of St Columba’s getting back into the game and a possible final place against either Crescent College Comprehensive, Limerick or Rice College, Westport in a final down for decision next Wednesday afternoon. ST COLUMBA’S COME UP SHORT IN SCHOOLS SOCCER SEMI-FINAL was last modified: May 15th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ST COLUMBA’S COME UP SHORT IN SCHOOLS SOCCER SEMI-FINALlast_img read more