UAAP goes back to its roots with first 3×3 tournament

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLa Salle and University of the Philippines emerge as the heavy favorites to win the first UAAP 3×3 basketball tournament on Sunday at SM Mall of Asia Music Hall.The Green Archers, bannered by Andrei Caracut, Aljun Melecio, Justine Baltazar, and Santi Santillan, as well as the Fighting Maroons, led by Jun Manzo, Juan and Javi Gomez de Liaño, and Gelo Vito, are primed to make a deep run in the landmark staging as the collegiate league brings the action from the hardcourt to the half-court.ADVERTISEMENT “We’re going back to our roots because even before I played 5-on-5 basketball, we all started in 3-on-3 in the streets,” said UAAP commissioner Rebo Saguisag. “It was a rite of passage. Manhood was measured by how good you were in the basketball court.”READ: New tournament aims to promote ‘fun, entertaining’ 3×3 basketball FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSeven men’s squad and eight women’s teams will participate in the one-day tournament, which will serve as a demonstration sport this UAAP Season 80.Teams are divided into two groups with crews playing in a single-round elimination format. The top two teams from each group will progress in a crossover semifinals, with the victors facing off in the Finals. 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UST opted to forego a chance to field a squad in the tournament.READ: High expectations for 2018 FIBA 3×3 World CupThe Soaring Falcons will parade Brendan Espeleta, Jude Longalong, June Buenaventura, and Lenda Douanga; the Blue Eagles will lean on Rodney Manuel, Dan Wong, Gabe Natividad, and Quintin Banzon; while the Red Warriors will field Philip Manalang, Mark Maloles, Alvin Pasaol, and Jason Varilla.Also, the Tamaraws will bank on Michael John Casiño, Wendel Comboy, Richard Escoto, and Ken Tuffin while the Bulldogs will rely on JP Cauilan, Chami Diputado, Theo Joshua Flores, and Anthony Sistoza.The women’s side will also have essentially the same groupings.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Rondina says ‘no one to blame but ourselves’ amid losing skid UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed READ: SBP starts forming best PH team for 2018 Fiba 3×3 World CupAdamson (Jonalyn Lacson, Jaime Grace Alcoy, April Cabug and Nathalia Prado), Ateneo (Katrina Guytingco, Johanne Nimes, Nicole Cancio, and Jhazmine Jason), La Salle (Vea Malarde, Lauryn del Campo, Angel Figueroa, and Marga Jimenez), and UE (Christine Cortizano, Joyce Francisco, Princess Pedregosa, and Anna Requiron) will make up Group A, while FEU (Claire Castro, Princess Soraya Jumuad, Valerie Mae Mamaril, and Fatima Quiapo), NU (Jack Animam, Afril Bernardino, Annick Fabienne Edimo Tiky, and Ria Nabalan), UP (Lourdes Ordoveza, Justine Domingo, Christine Iriss Isip, and Gene Amar) and UST (Angelica Anies, Jhenn Angeles, Karla Manuel, and Maria Sangalang) complete Group B.League officials are hoping that the initial staging of the 3×3 event will be a success as it serves as a platform for the discipline on its potential inclusion in the succeeding seasons.READ: 3×3 could be PH’s path to Olympic basketball stint“When 3-on-3 was announced to be an Olympic sport, we discussed it internally in FEU, then afterwards with ABS-CBN as something we wanted to push,” shared FEU athletic director Mark Molina.“This will be the start. Hopefully, this will be a regular sport in the UAAP come next season. If volleyball has indoor and beach volleyball, I don’t see any reason why UAAP can’t have 3×3 as a regular sport in the second semester by Season 81.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

School Female League Gets 100 Footballs

first_imgFootball to Develop the Destitute (FODEDE) has received 100 footballs from the YMCA to implement its school league.Presenting the footballs to officials of FODEDE on Monday, the Assistant Secretary General for Development at the YMCA, Timotheus Kamaboakia, said the donation is to “foster community youth sports.”Mr. Kamaboakai urged FODEDE to use the footballs for their intended purpose.Mr. Wallace Weiah, the President of FODEDE said FODEDE in partnership with Child Liberia and the Liberia Football Association, intends to take football to female students to develop the secondary league.For her part, LFA EC member Rochell Woodson hailed YMCA for the donation and described the donation as timely.The Executive Director of Child Liberia, Welleh Bohlen, disclosed that Football for Hope International has approved a grant of US$15,000 to introduce football in schools amongst female students under their program “Students on the Move.”The donation is part of One World Futbol donations to the country through the YMCA.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Old Fire Chunk Still not Hard to Catch

first_imgA. Ronald Freeman Jr., commonly known as Mighty Blow (formerly Nigga Blow) is one of the most talked about Liberian Hip-Hop/ Hip-Co rappers.Over the years, Mighty Blow has enlightened his audience with hit tracks such as “Old Fire Chunk (not hard to catch)” and “Strange Food In My Eating Pan”, gaining him a popularity and where he finds himself today as a international superstar/entertainer.Despite the many rumors and questions surrounding his music career and where he stands today in Liberia’s limitless entertainment industry, LIB LIFE caught up with the admired musician to find out the truth and to set the record straight once and for all about his career.LIB LIFE: Wow, I don’t know what to call you because I heard something about a name change, what’s up with that? (Laughter)Blow: Back in the days I was Nigga blow, but I changed it to Mighty Blow because of my manager. He told me to change it because of the general understanding that only a black man can call a black man “nigga”. It happened in Cellcom where I found white people calling me Nigga Blow and I understood what he was trying to say.LIB LIFE: Tell us things about Mighty Blow that we don’t know?Blow:  I was born and raised in Monrovia. I’m a Kpelle/Kru man from Bong County; my mother is a Kru woman while my father is a Kpelle man.  Back in the days in high school, I played football up to second division and thought that I would be a football player, but… (he laughs).  I’ve got skills up till now and plan on organizing a game with my crew Hip-Co All Stars and The State Runners Empire so people can see their musicians playing. From football I started break-dancing.  The dancing evolved into the whole entertainment business of music. I danced for 3-4 years.LIB LIFE: Wow, you’ve been entertaining people for quite awhile now, isn’t that so?Blow: Yes. Back in the day, even while I was playing football I used to like music. I’d rap at college shows imitating Tupac and Busta Rhymes, and it had everyone calling me Busta Rhymes in school. I listened to Tupac and learned his songs word for word. I used to listen to Biggie and Jay-Z, who’s my favorite rapper.LIB LIFE: With that said, how did you finally get noticed as an artist and into the recording studio?Blow: While dancing, a friend of mine named Ragga E, who works at Red Eyez Entertainment, heard me rapping freestyle one day and asked me if I had ever rapped in front of a crowd before. And I told him no. He actually inspired me to get into rap business because he said that I had a good voice.In that period of time, LIB records CEO Sammy Bokai Jr. came from London and opened auditions for fellas to come out and justify.  He wanted to form LIB records, and that’s how Ragga E took me to there and the CEO liked my voice. And I started to do my thing.LIB LIFE: I heard that your first track was prepared under troubling circumstances. Tell us about that.Blow: The 1st song I did was called “Tribute”. Our CEO along with George Weah took us to Sierra Leone (Salone) to record right after the war was over. While going to Salone, we had a serious accident and lost one of our friends named Tim. When we came back to Liberia we did a tribute song. After that incident, our CEO went back to London and LIB records split and everyone went solo.LIB LIFE: After going solo, what undertakings did you make?Blow: Well, “Strange Food In My Eating Pan” was my first single and also my very first hit song, which put me on the map. The track basically described me leaving my house with out giving my girl any food money, and then coming back home to meet chicken – chicken thigh in my pan – strange food in my eating pan. Where did she get it from because I wasn’t able to leave her with any money? (Laughter)LIB LIFE: That was your first hit single, but tell us a little about your second hit and how it led you to signing a contract with Cellcom?Blow: “Old Fire Trunk” made me popular and that’s when I signed a one-year contract with Cellcom.LIB LIFE: Must have been nice working with a GSM company, can you describe what it was like working with Cellcom?Blow: Working with Cellcom was straight up. But I only had problems with my own producers and manager.LIB LIFE: Rumor has it that Cellcom terminated your contract due to problems. Can you tell me about that?Blow: People contradicted the story saying that Blow had a problem with Cellcom. The truth is that people misunderstood this. I was with Cellcom and everything was fine. I signed a US$45,000 contract, was given a Nissan Pathfinder and we started operating. I used to travel and come back. The problem was with my manager and producer; they took a lot of money from me. Money I was to get from Cellcom. When they took the money and ran away with it, I went to Cellcom to ask about it when they told me they had already paid my manager. More contradictions came when one day I was in the crib when I heard my song off my album that I did with Cellcom being played by one of these street music vendors passing by. When I checked, I noticed that he had a duplicate CD of my stuff, and when I asked him about it, he confessed that he got it from the money exchange boys selling in front of Cellcom.  LIB LIFE: That really must have made you upset?Blow: I went to the boys that change money in front of Cellcom and met the duplicates there. I took the police for them and it had nothing to do with Cellcom. It was that scene that made people to contradict the story. In fact, my contract with Cellcom was already over by then, but I still used to visit the CEO and eat my small thing here and there. We were still cool.LIB LIFE: You just answered a major question that the Liberian community has always wanted to ask you. Now that we have that out of the way, what’s your relationship with Cellcom like now?Blow: I came recently and the CEO called me and told me to come over and sign another one-year contract and I’ve started doing the promotions and stuff. Cellcom is doing well for me, sponsoring me, taking care of my promotions, house, family and car.LIB LIFE: Now that you have again secured yourself and your career, what projects are you taking on right now?Blow: I’ve got my Hip-Hop and Hip-Co album coming out. Liberians only know me as a Hip-Co artist because of my two hit tracks that were done in Colloquia. But when it comes to Hip-Hop, I blow it as well. Liberia is my country and that’s why I do Hip-Co, but I want LIB to know that I can change my style and that’s why I decided to come out with a Hip-Hop album.LIB LIFE: That’s great and I wish you success in that. With the growing population of artists in the industry, do you think it will be a challenge to create a whole new image of your rap style?Blow: I just have to step up my game because in every area of life there is competition. When you look at music on the other hand, there is a lot of competition because if you sit there and don’t put any music out there and someone else does, people are going to listen to that other artist. As for me, I feel I have to work; being the best isn’t all about telling yourself you’re the best, you have to work towards it.LIB LIFE: Before we go, would you like to share anything with your fans?Blow: In the next five years I want to see myself hitting the world, not just Liberia, but internationally. I want to drop a song that will hit the whole market, that’s my focus right now. Keep on loving me because I am doing everything to strengthen my game to build up fire!Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Zidane says pursuit of history galvanises Real Madrid

first_img“What drives this club is to try to do the maximum, all of us, to regret nothing,” he said.Real is at home on Tuesday and leads 2-1 after the away leg.“If we execute well with desire and motivation we have a great chance of reaching our objective.”Sergio Ramos, the Real captain, added that the chance to play in a third final was “reward for all our work, our perseverance”.“We are making seem easy what is practically impossible. No one has won two in a row,” he said, which hasn’t happened since 1990, before the competition was enlarged switched a to a group format. “What motivates us, is to keep breaking records and winning titles.“One of the strengths of Real is that opponents are not all the same and we study them carefully to learn how to hurt them,” Ramos explained.“At 1-1 in the first leg, Bayern had to chase a victory and we knew we could do damage on the conter-attack. We would have liked to score more, but the result was good. The scenario tomorrow is very similar, the other team must overcome a bad result and we will try to exploit that. I hope we stay committed in defence.”While Ramos, the defender, emphasised defence, his boss talked of attack.“The key is to try to win the match,” Zidane said. “Not to retreat and not to do anything stupid. We must try to score quickly.“Bayern will not be worried,” he said. “They will come to play without inhibitions. We must be ready.– ‘We have not won anything yet’ –While Real are still chasing the Champions League, their chief Spanish rival, Barcelona, completed the Spanish domestic double on Sunday, clinching the league title to go with their cup victory.Sergio Ramos and Zidane were asked which achievement was greater.“Barcelona deserved to be a champion, we have to congratulate them, nothing more,” said Zidane. “We have not won anything yet, they have won two trophies and have had a great season. We do not minimise what they have done, but what interests us is what we’re going to do.”Ramos could not resist a dig.“Barca have done the double and that’s a good year for them,” he said. “But winning the Champions League, that’s worth two titles, maybe more.”Against Leganes on Saturday, Zidane coached his 200th match (57 with Real’s reserves and 143 in charge of the club).He was asked how has he improved.“Of course I have a little more experience, but experience of big moments, because I experienced them last year,” he said. “There are tons of coaches more competent than I am. But I have experience of being there and of the changing room.”Ramos said he had no choice but to sound as if he was giving in to flattery.“The results speak for themselves,” he said. “He is a great coach, we are proud that he is captaining this ship.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Zinedine Zidane said on Monday that Real will try to score quickly against Bayern © AFP / GABRIEL BOUYSMADRID, Spain, Apr 30 – The possibility of reaching a third straight Champions League final is “galvanising” Real Madrid for their semi-final second leg against Bayern Munich, Zinedine Zidane told a press conference on Monday.“It’s an extra motivation,” the Real Madrid coach said.last_img read more

Stars go glam

first_imgMoments later, a divine Hayden Panettiere of “Heroes” came floating by with her flowing Marc Bouwer empire-waisted gown, frayed at the seams and embellished at the cleavage with a sparkling brooch. Her hair was rolled back in a loose bun, showing off her H. Stern clustered diamond earrings. “Ugly Betty” star America Ferrera looked stunning in a strapless electric blue gown with a jeweled waist. Judith Light, a frequent guest star on “Ugly Betty,” wore H. Stern jewelry around her neck in the form of a vine-and-leaf-inspired necklace in diamonds and other precious stones. It was a perfect complement to her strapless Morgane Le Fay princess gown in off-white, a color trend adopted by a great many on the carpet, including Anna Paquin of the HBO miniseries “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” and Jamie-Lynn Sigler of “The Sopranos.” Jeweled tones, from reds to purples, were another fashion favorite, including “Heroes” star Ali Larter, who called her strapless goddess gown by Reem Acra “a little sliver of nothing.” Sally Field wore a simple magenta strapless gown by Valentino and another “Ugly Betty” cast member, Ashley Jensen, bragged about her fuchsia gown that she said, “Nicole Miller made just for me.” And Julia Louis-Dreyfus of “The New Adventures of Old Christine” looked delicious in freshly picked plum. Speaking of sweet, did everybody get a glimpse at “Don’t Forget the Lyrics” host Wayne Brady’s daughter, Maile? The 4 1/2-year-old clutched tightly to her father’s hand and scowled at reporters from behind her long, straight hair. When a publicist handed her a coat, the girl put it over her head and walked on. Talk about haute. The Associated Press contributed to this story.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Things were hot on the red carpet outside the Shrine Auditorium at the Emmy Awards on Sunday, all right. But the blazing sun was only partly to blame. Strapless, flowing gowns in jewel tones, creams and metallics along with art deco-inspired jewelry and clutches were just some of the smoldering trends embraced by a number of TV’s biggest and brightest, including the gorgeous Jennifer Morrison of “House.” Before slipping into her heavy metallic one-strap Elie Saab gown, the actress told “E.T.” correspondent Jann Carl that she had gobbled up an In-N-Out burger that morning. “That’s my new tradition,” she said, popping her thigh through the slit in the ’40s-inspired gown for a bit of air. last_img read more

Hearings offer some insight into Guantanamo detainees

first_imgSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The evidence against the Kazakh apple seller showed he had been captured by the Taliban and forced to work as a cook. In fact, the man told his U.S. military tribunal, he was only a cook’s helper, and had never heard of al-Qaida or the Taliban until he was kidnapped and conscripted by Afghanistan’s former hard-line Islamic regime. “I never had a weapon. I never carried a weapon with me and I’ve never been in any kind of armed fight,” he said in one of hundreds of military hearings to determine whether detainees at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay are being properly held without charges as “enemy combatants.” These and other details emerging from about 5,000 pages of transcripts released Friday suggest the Bush administration has cast a wide net in its War on Terror but often come up empty. “They’re all armed,” said John Pike, director of, a military policy think tank in Alexandria, Va. Mohammed Gul, from Afghanistan’s eastern Khost province, told his military tribunal at Guantanamo that he was captured at his home. A Kalashnikov assault rifle was found in the house, but Gul insisted he was just a farmer and not linked to forces attacking U.S. and coalition troops. The Bush administration scoffs at such claims of innocence. “They’re bomb-makers,” Vice President Dick Cheney said recently. “They’re facilitators of terror. They’re members of al-Qaida and the Taliban. If you let them out, they’ll go back to trying to kill Americans.” Only a few detainees openly acknowledge taking up arms against the United States. One is Abdul Hakim Bukhary of Saudi Arabia, who told his tribunal he fought in Afghanistan during the 1980s against occupying Soviet troops, then returned to battle invading U.S. forces after the Sept. 11 attacks. Bukhary said he had a change of heart in American custody and now would support democracy. There is no indication from the transcript whether his tribunal believed him. Other detainees were nabbed far from any battlefield. Bisher al-Rawi, a Londoner with wealthy Iraqi and Jordanian parents, was arrested in Gambia. He was accused of harboring radical Jordanian cleric Abu Qatada while in London. Videotapes of Qatada’s sermons were found in a Hamburg, Germany, apartment used by three of the Sept. 11 hijackers. The United States classified al-Rawi as an “enemy combatant,” a status the Bush administration says deprives detainees of rights afforded by the Geneva Conventions to prisoners of war. Al-Rawi said he was innocent and that he had helped MI5, Britain’s domestic spying agency, keep tabs on the Muslim community in London. There is no indication from the transcripts whether Gul, Bukhary and al-Rawi or any of the other hundreds of detainees who went through “enemy combatant” hearings remain in custody at Guantanamo Bay. The U.S. military will not comment on specific cases. What the documents do suggest is that in hearing after hearing, the unclassified evidence seems frustratingly inconclusive. Witnesses are not reachable, testimony may be twisted and unanswerable questions – such as whether a detainee would attack the United States if released – are left hanging. 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 MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant American troops have picked up any number of low-level suspects along with admitted al-Qaida and Taliban members and the rare high-value target, a Pakistani millionaire who twice met Osama bin Laden. Captured in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, the apple seller and dozens more men are identified for the first time in Guantanamo Bay transcripts the Pentagon delivered to The Associated Press. People from many walks of life were captured and brought to the prison at the U.S. naval base in eastern Cuba, where most remain held without charges. They range from peasants to millionaires, from illiterate villagers to college graduates. In a typical guerrilla war, conventional forces struggle to distinguish friend from foe. But the U.S. war against terrorism is unique. It is being fought across the globe, against enemies operating from the shadows of the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan to the alleyways of Islamabad to the neighborhoods of London; Madrid, Spain; and Jakarta, Indonesia. In Afghanistan, men often carry a rifle. Unless they are caught red-handed firing on U.S. troops, it is hard to tell the terrorists from the farmers. last_img read more


first_imgDonegalTV’s weekly show certainly packs a punch tonight.Tonight’s show at 9:30pm on Sky 266 Freesat 157 and at features a certain Conor McGregor and how he is helping a Donegal manUFC fighter McGregor along with Donegal’s professional boxer Jason Quigley, Dropkick Murphy’s Ken Casey  and Buncrana Mark Porter will be featured from the launch of the Battle at the Bay in Boston. There is also a special feature on Donegal as a film location with the launch of the Donegal Film Office website in featuring Irish Actor Sean McGinley.The crew also go behind the scenes in Malin on the Movie set of a Shine of Rainbows featuring Hollywood stars Aidan Quinn, Connie Neilson & Director Vic Sarin.There is also a feature from cross border project Cancer Connect Ireland which was founded by international cyclist Joe Barr.   –DONEGALTV TO PACK A PUNCH WITH TONIGHT’S SHOW! was last modified: January 22nd, 2015 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:Conor McGregorDonegalTVlast_img read more


first_imgRosses A.C. – Annagry 5K 2011 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 11 17.03 Gavin Crawford SM 24/7 Triathlon 2 8 17.38 Sean McShane SM Individual3 43 17.55 Noel Diver SM Rosses A.C.4 38 18.33 David Donaghy SM Lifford A C5 19 19.01 Brian Rodgers SM Rosses A.C. 6 37 19.10 Kevin Connelly SM Lifford A C7 40 19.41 John McCallion JM Rosses A.C.8 35 19.42 Jamie Boyle JM Individual9 31 19.50 Seamus Ferry M40+ Individual10 41 19.51 Patrick Gallagher SM Individual 11 12 19.53 Brendan McCole M45+ Rosses A.C.12 6 20.28 Michael Cavanagh M40+ Individual13 39 20.50 Patrick McGlynn SM Finn Valley A C14 7 21.14 Brendan McGarvey SM Individual 15 42 21.18 Martin Forker SM Rosses A.C.16 15 21.29 Fergal McGee SM Rosses A.C.17 21 22.10 Martin McFadden SM Individual18 22 22.17 Annraoi Cheevers SM Individual19 9 22.19 JP Wilson SM Individual20 10 22.19 Martin Wilson SM Individual21 29 22.39 Jack O Brien JM Individual22 30 22.43 James Ferry JM Individual23 5 22.46 Ita Gallagher W40+ Rosses A.C.24 24 22.46 Bernard McDaid SM Rosses A.C.25 34 22.50 Vera Haughy W45+ Tír Chonaill A C26 23 22.59 Danny Sharkey M50+ Individual27 17 23.02 Martin Greene SM Individual28 51 23.12 Sean Byrnes JM Individual29 3 23.19 Robert Kuncaitis M40+ Individual30 33 23.25 Jackie Harvey W50+ Tír Chonaill A C31 48 23.28 Sean Duggan SM Individual32 20 23.34 Tommy Boyle M40+ Individual33 32 23.45 John ferry M40+ Individual34 50 23.46 Patrick Rodgers JM Individual35 44 23.51 Deirdre Diver SW Rosses A.C.36 4 24.03 Duine Long SM Finn Valley A C37 49 24.10 Elise Gillespie SW Rosses A.C.38 1 24.43 Anthony Baikie M40+ Individual39 13 24.45 Darren McCole JM Individual40 14 25.19 Mark McCole JM Individual41 47 27.51 James Duggan SM Individual42 54 27.54 Kevin Gillespie SM Individual43 36 29.24 Angela Trimble SW Individual44 45 33.24 Diane Boyle SW Rosses A.C.45 46 35.16 Eugene Duggan M50+ Individual46 25 40.20 John Rodgers M50+ Individual47 26 40.30 Sally Rodgers W45+ Individual48 27 45.40 Sheila Ferry W50+ Individual49 28 45.40 Brid Ferry W45+ Individual50 2 52.35 Liam Russel M50+ Individual51 53 54.10 Margaret Rose Forker Walker Individual52 52 54.11 Cath Forker Walker IndividualTotal Runners: 52ROSSES AC – ANAGRY 5K RESULTS was last modified: May 30th, 2011 by gregShare 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:ANAGRY 5K RESULTSROSSES AClast_img read more


first_imgGAA: The mouth-watering clash between St Eunan’s and St Michael’s will be held on Saturday 26th at 7.30pm at Mac Cumhaill Park.St Michael’s booked their semi-final spot courtesy of their emphatic win over Malin at O’Donnell Park yesterday afternoon. Reigning Donegal SFC holders St Eunan’s delivered a superb display against local rivals Glenswilly.It was a closely fought opening period, but Glenswilly failed to convert their chances when they were on top and paid the price.A sweeping counter-attack was finished off by Lee McMonagle and there was no way back for Glenswilly after that.McMonagle added another goal and Eunan’s ran out comfortable winners in the end. St Michael’s have been in sparkling form all year and sit top of the All-County League Division One.They cruised through the group stages and dispatched Malin with ease yesterday afternoon.One worry for Eddie Harkin – without being disrespectful to the teams they have faced so far in truth St Michael’s haven’t been tested, where as St Eunan’s will have been given a huge boost with their win over Glenswilly.The clash will draw a bumper crowd to Mac Cumhaill Park, the clash between the two sides at the same stage last season was a superb match and it promises to be another cracking encounter.It’s expected that the other Donegal SFC semi-final between Kilcar and Glenties will take place in either Donegal Town or O’Donnell Park. SATURDAY NIGHT FIXTURE FOR DONEGAL SFC SEMI-FINAL BETWEEN ST EUNAN’S AND ST MICHAEL’S was last modified: September 14th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:newsSportlast_img read more

Championship round-up: Villa rescue late point, Will Grigg on fire for Wigan

first_img 3 3 3 Stoke 0-3 WiganWill Grigg bagged a brace to inspire Wigan to a dominant 3-0 win away at struggling 10-man Stoke.Grigg opened the scoring for the Latics three minutes before the half hour on a rain-sodden night in Staffordshire, converting Gavin Massey’s pinpoint cross.Massey got on the scoresheet himself shortly after, showing excellent determination to burst down the right and double the visitors’ advantage.Grigg notched his second from 12 yards on 57 minutes to complete a memorable away performance after referee John Brooks awarded a penalty following Joe Allen’s foul on Nick Powell.Late into the fixture, centre-back Ashley Williams was sent off for a second yellow card for bringing down substitute Josh Windass, compounding the misery which was felt around most of the bet365 Stadium. Neal Maupay scores Brentford’s first goal Tettey scored Norwich’s second from distance center_img Here’s what happened in the evening kick-offs in the Championship on Tuesday, August 21…Aston Villa 2-2 BrentfordJonathan Kodjia rescued a last-gasp point for Aston Villa as they grabbed a 2-2 draw against Brentford.Neal Maupay’s brace looked to have given the Bees their first ever victory at Villa Park.But Kodjia’s injury-time header – virtually the last touch of the game – earned Villa the draw they deserved in the Sky Bet Championship. Blackburn 2-2 ReadingCharlie Mulgrew netted a brace of second-half penalties as Blackburn mounted an impressive comeback to draw 2-2 with Reading and preserve their unbeaten start to the Sky Bet Championship season.Reading looked to be heading for their first win this term after a dominant first-half in which Jon Dadi Bodvarsson notched a brace of his own with a deft 12th-minute finish and an emphatic second midway through the half – the Royals’ first away league goals since March.They will be aggrieved not to have taken the points and captain Paul McShane was chief culprit, twice committing needless fouls in the area. Both times, Mulgrew tucked away penalties.It means Rovers stay unbeaten in the league at home since September 2017. Reading, meanwhile, have still not tasted victory on the road since January, and their difficult start to the season continues.Norwich 2-0 PrestonNorwich finally got their SkyBet Championship season up and running as two late goals earned them a flattering 2-0 victory over Preston at Carrow Road.Finnish striker Teemu Pukki fired home his third goal for his new club to break the deadlock with just 10 minutes remaining – and the points were quickly wrapped up with a 25-yard stunner from Alex Tettey six minutes later.The result was tough on the visitors, who had more than their fair share of the play, but it was the Canaries who came out on top to secure their first league win after taking just one point from their opening three fixtures. Grigg netted twice for Wigan Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 MillwallBarry Bannan and Tom Lees scored either side of the break to earn Sheffield Wednesday a 2-1 victory over Millwall – their first win of the season.Ryan Tunnicliffe scored for the Lions, who were previously unbeaten.Wednesday manager Jos Luhukay made five changes to his starting line-up, with Fernando Forestieri and Atdhe Nuhiu among those to miss out. They were among the substitutes. Young duo Fraser Preston and Matt Penney made their full debuts.Bolton 1-0 BirminghamWill Buckley scored Bolton’s first goal against Birmingham at the sixth time of asking as a 1-0 win moved them up to third in the Sky Bet Championship.Wanderers, who only protected their second-tier status on the final day of last season, remain unbeaten while Garry Monk’s Birmingham have yet to win in four attempts.But the visitors, who had won four of the five previous meetings against their hosts, deserved at least a point.Birmingham created the better chances until Buckley scrambled in a cross from fellow substitute Sammy Ameobi with 17 minutes left.last_img read more