Previous articleConviction of Strabane doctor affirmedNext articleSchivo rejects claims that workers were not consulted over redunancies News Highland Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Facebook Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Donegal motorists urged to pay heed to National Slow Down Day RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic By News Highland – August 28, 2015 Google+ Today is National Slow Down Day with motorists in Donegal warned to expect an intensive Garda national speed enforcement operation.Gardaí will be out in force, enforcing speed limits on both national primary and secondary roads.Speed vans, in-car speed detection systems and handheld speed detection devices will all be deployed.This initiative is supported by the Road Safety Authority, Donegal County Council and the Donegal Road Safety Working Group.7 people have died on Donegal’s roads this year – Donegal Road Safety Officer Brian O’Donnell says the aim of today’s campaign is to prevent that number increasing:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/brian1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
“They are open to offers for a huge number of players, with the exception being superstar Lionel Messi,” the article adds. CEST The report explains the effect the coronavirus pandemic is having on Barça and the club’s need to bring in funds to finance moves for other players. Nueve jugadores del Barça en el radar de la Premier SPORT.es Ter Stegen “happy” at Barça but confirms renewal talks are on hold Manchester United could push for Griezmann, while Luis Suarez’s name is also mentioned along with Ousmane Dembele, Ivan Rakitic and Arturo Vidal. IN SPORT.ES Coutinho is, of course, brought up as well. Bayern Munich will not take up their option to buy him and any number of Premier League clubs could be keen on him, including Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton and Newcastle. Upd. at 12:22 RELATED STORIES Defender Samuel Umtiti also appears on the list (he’s been linked with United and Arsenal) and Nelson Semedo and Sergi Roberto are both mentioned, too. Barcelona want to lighten the squad to push through with a move for Neymar or Lautaro Martinez and their openness to selling has not gone unnoticed in the Premier League. Sancho’s unforgettable 2017, replacing Dembele & snubbing Madrid 03/05/2020 According to tabloid newspaper The Mirror, as many as nine players have been offered to English clubs, “including France star Antoine Griezmann and Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutino.”
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The Nelson Leafs couldn’t keep Max Newton under wraps as the Bruins sniper scored three times.However, Nelson had the offence firing on all cylinders, scoring eight times during an 8-6 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Border Bruins Friday in Grand Forks.Nelson’s game star Robson Cramer led the assault, scoring twice while adding a pair of assists before an announced crowd of 351 in the Boundary City.Matt MacDonald also finished with four points, scoring once while adding three assists. Brendan Smith, Austin Seaman, Dylan Williamson and Darnel St. Pierre also scored for Nelson, which led 5-2 after 40 minutes.Along with Newton, now tied for top spot in KIJHL scoring with Paul Lautard of Summerland and Castlegar’s Bryan Lubin, Keven Moreau, Matt Lucero and Michael Rand, also scored for Grand ForksNelson Minor Hockey grad Coleton Dawson, playing for Grand Forks was held off the scoresheet.Brett Soles was back between the pipes after getting over the flu to register the win. Nelson outshot the Bruins 32-26.Kiernan Matsuba took the loss in goal for Grand Forks.Nelson, 10-3-2-1, increased its lead in Murdoch standings to four points over the Beaver Valley Nitehawks.The Hawks lost in overtime to Golden 4-3 while Castlegar was edged 4-3 by Fernie.Nelson, winners of three straight games, host the Golden Rockets Saturday at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.
Ollie Turner was live at Seven Bar, Bridge Street, Galway with Alan Mulholland, Conor Mortimer, Cathal McGinley, John Hynes and Tierney Talks as they looked forward to Sunday’s Connacht Semi-Final at Pearse Stadium between Galway and Mayo…. Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/LIVE%20FROM%20SEVEN%20BAR.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Throw in on Sunday is at 4pm print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Shield Competition Fri 8thD7.15pmORANMORELoughgiel Shamrocksvs.Ratoath Sun 10thFINAL15.40PMCONNACHT GAA CENTREWinner S F(1)vs.Winner S F(2) Sat 9thB10.45pmBALLINASLOEBallinasloevs.Portaferry print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Fri 8thC7.15pmKILBECANTYKilcormac Killougheyvs.Ballyduff Sat 9thA10.45pmLEITRIMKilnadeema/Leitrimvs.St Colms, Ballinascreen Sun 10thS Final10.45AMCONNACHT GAA CENTREWinner Q F(1)vs.Winner Q F(3) Sat 9thC10.45pmBEAGHMichael Cusacksvs.Kilcormac Killoughey Sat 9thQ Final (2)14.30pmCRAUGHWELL1st Group Bvs.2nd Group A Fri 8thB5.00pmBALLINASLOE CLUBEire Ogvs.Portaferry Fri 8thB5.45pmBALLINASLOE CLUBBallinasloevs.Castletown Slieve Bloom Fri 8thD5.00pmORANMOREOranmore Mareevs.Ratoath Fri 8thD6.30pmORANMOREOranmore Mareevs.Sylane Sat 9thQ Final (3)14.30pmCLAREGALWAY3rd Group Cvs.4th Group D Fri 8thA5.00pmLEITRIMKilnadeema/Leitrimvs.Naas Fri 8thC5.45pmKILBECANTYArdrahanvs.Kilcormac Killoughey Fri 8thA7.15pmLEITRIMSt Colms, Ballinascreenvs.Naas Sat 9thB10.45pmEIRE-OG, ENNISEire Ogvs.Castletown Fri 8thC5.00pmKILBECANTYMichael Cusacksvs.Ballyduff Sat 9thC10.45pmARDRAHANArdrahanvs.Ballyduff Sun 10thS Final (2)13.00PMCONNACHT GAA CENTREWinner Q F(2)vs.Winner Q F(4) Sat 9thD11.00amORANMOREOranmore Mareevs.Loughgiel Shamrocks Fri 8thB6.30pmBALLINASLOE CLUBCastletown Slieve Bloomvs.Portaferry Cup Competition Sat 9thQ Final (1)14.30pmTURLOUGHMORE3rd Group Avs.4th Group B Fri 8thA5.45pmLEITRIMTommie Larkinsvs.St Colms, Ballinascreen Sat 9thQ Final (3)15.30pmCRAUGHWELL1st Group Cvs.2nd Group D Fri 8thA6.30pmLEITRIMKilnadeema/Leitrimvs.Tommie Larkins Fri 8thD5.45pmORANMORESylanevs.Loughgiel Shamrocks Sat 9thQ Final (1)14.30pmCRAUGHWELL1st Group Avs.2nd Group B Sat 9thD10.45pmSYLANESylanevs.Ratoath Fri 8thB7.15pmBALLINASLOE CLUBEire Ogvs.Ballinasloe Fri 8thC6.30pmKILBECANTYMichael Cusacksvs.Ardrahan Sun 10thFINAL13.50PMCONNACHT GAA CENTREWinner S F(1)vs.Winner S F(2) Sat 9thA10.45pmWOODFORDTommie Larkinsvs.Naas Sat 9thQ Final (4)15.30pmCRAUGHWELL1st Group Dvs.2nd Group C Sat 9thQ Final (4)15.30pmCLAREGALWAY3rd Group Dvs.4th Group C Sun 10thS Final10.45AMCONNACHT GAA CENTREWinner Q F(2)vs.Winner Q F(4) Sun 10thS Final (1)13.00PMCONNACHT GAA CENTREWinner Q F(1)vs.Winner Q F(3) Sat 9thQ Final (2)15.30pmTURLOUGHMORE3rd Group Bvs.4th Group A
Castlegar Open Cross-Country Races – Next Saturday 22nd September sees the Castlegar AC organized Open Cross Country take place from 12 noon in Merlin Woods City Park, Doughiska. There is a full Juvenile programme of events, adult relays, a 2km introductory race, Ladies 4km, and the blue riband event, the Senior Mens 6km on the schedule, with the final race off at 3pm.Galway Primary Schools Races – The annual Galway Primary Schools Cross Country races will take place in Nolan Park, Renmore, firstly on Tuesday 25th September with the Semi Finals, where all schools in the county get the chance to try out cross country, with races for 3rd/4th Class and 5th/6th Class pupils. Tuesday 2nd October will see the Primary Schools Finals, again in Renmore. All Galway Primary schools have received entry forms which are due to be returned by Friday September 21st at the latest.Fit for Life – Galway City Harriers Fit for Life running programme resumes this week, with new beginners welcome to join. The headquarters for registration is Westside Library, at 7pm sharp, Thursday next 20th SeptemberCoaching Workshops – Athletics Ireland Regional Development Officer Paul Byrne hosts the second ofthree coachingworkshops at NUIG Athletics Track, Dangan, this Thursday, September, 20th, from 6 to 8 pm. This week’sworkshops will cover the basics of each of the following event groups; High Jump and Javelin with the final week featuring Long Jump,). Hurdles, Please contact [email protected] for any further questions. Coaches can register on the Athletics Ireland websiteprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email World Masters Outdoors – Galway’s top Masters athletes finished off an arduous two-week championship in Malaga in Spain at the World Masters Outdoor championships. Tommy Farragher of Corofin placed eleventh in the Throws Pentathlon at Over 65 level, a five-event competition, with his best placings being second in the Weight throw and third in the Hammer. Justin Lane of Tuam in his first championships produced strong performances in the Pole Vault (16th), 110 Hurdles (15th) and High Jump (19th) at O45 level. Sean McDermott of Castlegar AC competed well in very high quality 1500m and 5000m races clocking 4.50 and 18.47 at O40 level.
The Nelson Leafs lost to host team 8-4 at the Castlegar Minor Hockey Atom Tournament Sunday in the Sunflower City. The Leafs finished 2-1 in round robin, defeating both Kelowna 7-2 and Cranbrook 9-3. The result advanced Nelson as the fourth-place squad against first-place Trail Spartans. Nelson posted the upset, to advance into the final before concluding the tournament with the silver medal. The team includes, coaches Kevin Dewar, Aaron Shrieves, Shawn Correnti and players Dax Dewar, Theo Byers-Bohigen, Sebastien Conne-Correnti , Gunner Evenson Larson Proctor, Sawan Bhabra, Cash Linnen, Kale Gerhman, Grady Groenhuysen, Eryn Dimopoulus, Leif Luttmer, Austin Shrieves and Griffin Wanhella.
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