“The change in the date of the Euro Cup will affect young people”

first_imgBarcelona: “The life of a coach is complicated. You don’t know where you are going to be. I think I have left the doors open everywhere. I do not rule out leading another project in the future.”Train Messi: “There is a little bit of everything. I can’t tell Messi how to dribble or how he has to pass or shoot. He is an artist in all of that. But everything that is systems, game situations, he is told. How to push, where we have than to take the ball, how to position yourself. In that if we try to influence you. “Leaving Barça: “As a player I thought I had nothing more to offer. As a coach, the same thing happened. The relationship between player and coach is very intense and I seriously thought that they needed someone who would give them more things.”Hardest game with Barça: “There have been many. Any one in which we have been eliminated, losing important points, finals … Both Barça and the national team, the defeats hurt a lot.”Preselection: “We are a staff of five people. We distribute the players and we watch the games. We make reports and every 15 or 21 days we change the group of players and we all see everyone. Then, each one has their opinion and I decide who comes or no”.Condolences on the death of your daughter and return to the national team: “Thank you for your words. We are looking forward to going to war again. I have signed the contract with the national team and that is my goal. I hope to fulfill.”Team that stays as coach and which one you would like to train: “Of those I have trained, I have a very special relationship with Barcelona. I would train any team I have trained again”What do you ask the centrals: “More than the centrals, I ask the team to play good football, be superior, generate more chances than they do and don’t give us chances. To the centrals, I ask them to be attentive to the cons, to the coverage, to advance the line, that they follow the pressure of the forwards … I ask the centrals a lot. We want to start playing from behind, we must convince the player and give him confidence. It is a key position because you see all your teammates and you can lead in that position. “A match for the Spanish team: “When I was a child Spain-Malta and already in recent history, the World Cup final and the final of Euro 2012. That summer I was on vacation in Italy with my family, surrounded by Italians and they took it with great sportsmanship.”Communication: “We have a press officer who manages all this. A powerful press department also with social networks. I am preparing the press conference to see where the shots go and they manage the day to day and the press conference.” Luis Enrique, Spanish coach, spoke in the second part of the virtual press conference in which the questions have not been asked by journalists who cover the current affairs of the team but rather fans of La Roja. The list has starred in many questions for the coach, who positively valued the delay in the Euro Cup and focused on young players, in addition to denying that Ferrán Torres was the player he spoke about in the video he recorded during the last Spanish Super Cup. . Favorites for the list: “If you looked at the charts, you know a little bit about the idea we have. I would love to have more options. The more problems when choosing, the better. But I cannot tell you just one player, it would not be good for the rest.”One year late: “That they have changed the date is going to affect young people. We are going to have more games to work and it seems positive to me. I hope we can win the Euro Cup.”First list around the corner: “It is going to give us time to have more games, so that young people can tan one more year. Many people said that in the video from Arabia he spoke of Ferrán and it was not Ferrán. He was a player of his position but it was not him. I don’t know what I’m going to wear. The base is that of these months. We will see who can go to the Euro Cup. Expectations are maximum. Since we got the Euro Cups and the World Cup we have been a reference and I think we have a good level. We have to confirm if we are clear favorites. We haven’t lived up to the last two tournaments. “Adama Traoré: “We know Adama from the Barcelona first team. He has evolved a lot in Wolves and he is very interesting. The future will say, we are delighted with Adama.” Why doesn’t Iker Casillas go ?: “Because we all have a time when age weighs. Iker has been one of the benchmarks of world football in his position and I would have liked to have him at the time but time passes for everyone.”Sergio Ramos: “My relationship with Ramos is very good. With him and I dare say that with 99.9% of players regardless of whether it is closer or farther away. I have a very good relationship and with Sergio who is the captain, I knew him of references, of facing him and when I met him in the national team I was surprised. I knew he was different but for some reason he has the record for internationalities. He surprised me footballically but also as a leader and as a person. “last_img read more

Kirby Dreher enters day two at LPGA Manulife Classic

first_imgDreher finished her opening round, which was delayed by rain and had to be finished Friday, with a score of five-over 76.Her round included 11 pars, 1 birdie and 6 bogeys, hitting seven of fourteen fairways, and eight of eighteen greens in regulation, and included 30 putts.Dreher is currently on the course for her second round of play and Energeticcity.ca will have those results as soon as she completes her round.- Advertisement –last_img

China media warns Arsenal over ‘clownish’ Ozil

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal’s German midfielder Mesut Ozil criticised China’s treatment of the Uighur Muslim minority © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONSHANGHAI, China, Dec 16 – Chinese state media warned Monday that Mesut Ozil’s criticism of the country’s treatment of its Uighurs will have “serious implications” for Arsenal, stirring a backlash that saw the English football club’s weekend match pulled from Chinese TV.A Global Times editorial slammed what it called a “clownish performance” from Ozil, describing him as “confused” and “reckless” and saying he had abused his position as a public figure. Ozil, a German national of Turkish origin, condemned China’s crackdown on Muslim minorities in the western region of Xinjiang in a tweet on Friday and criticised Muslim countries for failing to speak up about the alleged abuses. Arsenal has distanced itself from his comments.The row, which has potential repercussions for Arsenal and the Premier League in the lucrative Chinese market, follows the opprobrium heaped on basketball’s NBA in October after Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeted his support for Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters.The response to Ozil’s criticism has been swift in China. On Sunday, state broadcaster CCTV pulled the live Premier League game between Arsenal and Manchester City from its programming.Leading streaming service PPTV also appeared to have cancelled its screening of the match, which Arsenal lost 3-0.In its editorial, the Global Times — one of the ruling Communist Party’s mouthpieces — accused the 31-year-old Ozil of being “a person who is confused, reckless in abusing (his) influence, easily incited and willing to incite others”.“Ozil’s move has ruined his image among Chinese fans and will have serious implications for Arsenal,” warned the newspaper.“Chinese people should see clearly that what Ozil did this time was a ‘clownish performance’.”– ‘Hurt Chinese feelings’ –The English-language edition of the Global Times carried a statement from the Chinese Football Association saying that “Ozil’s comments not only hurt his Chinese fans but also hurt the feelings of the Chinese people”.China has faced growing international condemnation for setting up a vast network of camps in Xinjiang aimed at homogenising the Uighur population to reflect China’s majority Han culture.Rights groups and experts say more than one million Uighurs and people of other mostly Muslim ethnic minorities have been sent to the camps in the tightly controlled region.“Korans are being burnt… Mosques are being shut down… Muslim schools are being banned… Religious scholars are being killed one by one… Brothers are forcefully being sent to camps,” Ozil tweeted in Turkish.“The Muslims are silent. Their voice is not heard,” he wrote on a background of a blue field with a white crescent moon — the flag of ‘East Turkestan’, the term many Uighur separatists use for Xinjiang.Arsenal posted on Weibo, China’s leading social media platform, that the comments were “Ozil’s personal opinion”, adding that the club had a policy of “not involving itself in politics”.But some Weibo users expressed delight at the team’s heavy home defeat to City, which left the London club ninth in the Premier League.Ozil played for only an hour before being substituted to boos over his performance in the match.“I’m an Arsenal fan and today I cheered for City’s victory,” posted one user.“Manchester City is a good friend of the Chinese people,” added another.0Shares0000(Visited 20 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Sylmar ignored, again

first_img 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 While gratified to see proposed left-turn signals in my neighborhood south of Shadow Hills and at my commute destination of CSUN, I am startled not to see Woodman Avenue north to west on Plummer, Woodman south to eastbound Terra Bella, and Osborne west and east to southbound and northbound Arleta. These are multiple-light-change waits. Neighborhood streets in the community of Arleta have become alternatives to Terra Bella, Osborne and Van Nuys for east-west traffic between Woodman and San Fernando Road. Arleta and San Fernando are both heavily traveled alternatives to the I-5 for north-south commute traffic. The long-awaited new high school on Van Nuys at the former Gemco site just around the bend from the DMV can be counted on to increase traffic and congestion in this area, as well. – Kris Ecklund Sun Valley Supervisors’ fault Re: “Baca’s blame game” (Editorial, Feb. 8): Re: “Left turns to be easier” (Feb. 9): I was very happy about hearing left-turn arrows were being installed in numerous places in the San Fernando Valley. I was shocked when I looked at the map and found out one was not being installed at San Fernando Road and Polk Avenue in Sylmar. There have been inactive lights installed there for approximately a year and I keep waiting for them to be activated. As usual, Sylmar is totally ignored. – Sandra Mantik Sylmar East Valley snubs Re: “Left turns to be easier” (Feb. 9): As a member of the Sheriff’s Department for over 23 years, I can tell you I know firsthand why there are recruiting woes within the Sheriff’s Department. The problem lies within the Board of Supervisors. They negotiated poor contracts with the deputies union that cannot keep up with other agencies in the county, or even the state for that matter. In doing so, they shunted all potential recruits to these agencies and they encouraged hundreds of current L.A. County deputies to move laterally to these other agencies. Because it is well known in law enforcement circles that the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department is one of the lowest-paid departments in the state, these agencies recruit deputies to be their new police officers that were already hired and trained at the expense of county taxpayers. m- Brian Jones Palmdale New-found sensitivity Re: “Compounding the error” (Editorial, Feb. 8): Loved your editorial condemning the Danish paper for publishing ‘insulting and offensive” cartoons about Mohammed. It calls to mind a letter I sent you following a cartoon you ran on Oct. 7, 2004. It showed a dog viciously attacking a man who is clearly a fanatic Christian, then wryly remarking “I try to put the ‘fun’ in fundamentalism.” I, a Christian fundamentalist, was insulted and offended and questioned whether you would run a similar cartoon with the dog attacking a Jew or black. But that letter never saw the light of day. So your new-found sensitivity rings false. – Joe Pool Calabasas offtag! Rebirth of Reseda? Re: “Theater of dreams” (Feb. 5): Hanging one’s hat on the rebirth of Reseda via a theater is as ridiculous as the fact that Canoga Park, overflowing with illegal aliens and gangs, won the title of All-American City. The next thing you know, we’ll be referring to the graffiti that the chronic disrespecters scrawl all over the San Fernando Valley slum in question as “performance art.” – Jim Henson West Hills Parents shirking duty Re: “Boy, 6, can’t spell it but still did it” (Briefly, Feb. 10): No wonder we are developing a misfunctional society. A 6-year-old certainly should be able to understand the word “no,” or the words “that is wrong.” Parents are shirking their responsibility to teach their children right from wrong. When the child misbehaves, they blame it on the schools and/or society. – Irving Leemon Northridge Eat right Re: “Low-fat diets may not cut cancer, heart disease” (Feb. 8): Forty-five years of health research has convinced me – the wrong foods with excess: fat, protein, carbohydrates, sugar, sodium, etc., are responsible for 95 percent of all health problems. Only medical “experts” who need illness would say diet isn’t important. Money isn’t available for research that wouldn’t generate big bucks. No incentive for the medical industry to find answers – for if people ate right, they wouldn’t need “cures.” – Barbara Charis North Hollywood Sowell the Libertarian Re: “Terrorism much bigger threat than wiretapping” (Their Opinions, Feb. 9): Thomas Sowell is concerned that “precious time can be wasted filing legalistic documents to get some judge’s permission” to tap a domestic terrorist’s phone while the phone is still worth tapping. “Legalistic document?” You mean … a warrant? Sowell says history reveals people are often preoccupied with trivial things while mortal danger looms. I am reminded that the government still finds time to keep many sick people from a medicine that works for them, namely medical marijuana. This proves to me that politicians are, in fact, not serious about the War on Terror. When they end drug prohibition – as a war measure – then get back to me about what rights I am willing to waive during this tragic time. – Edward Bowers Sherman Oaks A little license Re: “Bubble of anger” (Your Opinions, Feb. 9): Patrick Owens’ personal attack is half-assessed: I’m not a “right-winger,” just a proud American who doesn’t bow to phonies in either party. Owens is correct that I’m “angry,” but not because it’s fun, as he claims. I took a little literary license to jab both Justice Alito and his adversaries after Alito halted an execution to investigate the most ridiculous excuse – that death by injection after the condemned has been put to sleep by sedative is “cruel and unusual.” Maybe that’s just Alito’s super-cautious, plodding approach to everything, but we have genuine problems for our leaders to resolve without wasting time on lawyers’ tricks. – Charles K. Sergis Calabasas Committed no crime Re: “Laws don’t apply?” (Your Opinions, Feb. 8): Lisa Chase, have you seen the videotape of Elio Carrion’s shooting? I can’t believe you would make such a statement after viewing the tape. Carrion was not driving the car. What crime did he commit? Even if he was the driver, you don’t shoot an unarmed, nonthreatening subject. Please tell me I’m wrong and that you don’t believe it’s OK to shoot a person for a car chase. The driver of the car in the pursuit and Deputy Ivory Webb have not been charged at this time, nor Carrion. I’m waiting for the FBI’s review of the videotape and a written breakdown of what was exactly said. From what I saw and heard, attempted execution, I expect Webb will be charged with attempted murder and a civil-rights violation. – Joseph Martin Granada Hills Chuckle revisited Re: “Winning elections” (Your Opinions, Feb. 3): As I read David Ward’s letter, I couldn’t help chuckling to myself. He talks as if there is no actual definition of the term “majority” and as if every president in American history had not been elected as a result of winning the Electoral College vote. He also suggests that only Republicans have claimed “a clear mandate from the people” after a close election victory. In each of his elections, George W. Bush won at least 30 states and five-sixths of America’s counties. He is the first presidential candidate to receive a majority of the popular vote since his father in 1988. Bill Clinton nonetheless claimed a “mandate” after receiving only 43 percent of the popular vote in 1992. – Gregg Frazer Castaic Party of integrity I just want to thank the GOP for bringing honesty and integrity back to the White House. Now if you will excuse me, I have a bridge to sell. – Don Allen Santa Clarita 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Donegal mother treated to glam TV makeover

first_imgA Donegal mother has had a well-deserved pamper session and makeover – and will be revealing her new look this afternoon on TV.Róisin McBride, the Vice Secretary of Donegal Down Syndrome, was nominated for a beauty makeover on Today with Maura and Daithi at 4.10pm on RTE1.Today’s edition of the chat show is focused on friendship, so Roisin and her friend Ciara were treated to a busy day of glitz and glamour in Cork. Ciara had emailed Today to share their story. “It was a fantastic day because everyone was so kind,” Roisin told Donegal Daily. “We had a brief interview with Dáithí Ó Sé before being whisked off to get our hair and makeup done.”Roisin and Ciara took the opportunity to highlight the great work of Down Syndrome Ireland and share their personal stories. They also got to meet Hector Ó hEochagáin and Tipperary hurling captain Brendan Maher.Roisin’s daughter Eve has Down Syndrome. Just months after her birth, Eve had to undergo open heart surgery in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.It was there that Roisin met Ciara Reid from Dublin, whose baby girl Réiltín was going through the same procedure. “The two of us immediately clicked,” Roisin said. “Ciara is a very level-headed lady and was a fantastic support.”“If I was having a bad day or worried about Eve, I would go to Ciara and she would hash it out with me. She would help me see that my problems weren’t as bad as I originally thought.”Odhran and EveRoisin was in Crumlin with Eve for three months from October last year. Eve’s father Seamus and older brother Odhran would visit them often as she recovered.“Life in Crumlin was like a pressure cooker,” Roisin said. She found a great friend when she met Ciara in December and they have been close ever since.“Our two little ladies brought us together, I hope now that they will be good friends too when they are older,” Roisin said. “There is strength that comes from these babies.” Both Eve and Réiltín are doing well following their surgeries. Eve had feeding issues after she was released from hospital and Roisin found that she greatly needed outside help.“We had gone from high dependency to nothing. There is no service in Donegal for feeding issues. I called Donegal Down Syndrome and the support that I got from them was fantastic. They came out to talk to me and gave great advice,” Roisin said.“Ciara was going through the same thing and I was in contact with her everyday as she advised me on feeding issues.”“The best experience and advice you can get is from a parent.” Roisin will take the chance to sing the praises of Donegal Down Syndrome during today’sTV appearance and highlight issues facing paediatric cardiology services.“It’s important that other mammies from Donegal who are travelling to Dublin or are down there to know that DDS is there to support them.”“This was a great chance to bring awareness to Down Syndrome and congenital heart defects. Forty per cent of children with Down Syndrome have heart defects.”Roisin also added that one third of children in the Children’s Heart Centre in Crumlin had Down Syndrome. There are only 25 cardiac beds to cover both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and the centre has been funded by private donations and fundraisers.Donegal mother treated to glam TV makeover was last modified: November 4th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:makeoverMOTHERRTEtelevisionTODAYlast_img read more


first_imgIT’S hard to beat the GAA when you have decided to emigrate to start a new life abroad.And the Donegal Boston Gaelic Football Club, whose past players include Donegal manager Jim McGuinness, is offering a helping hand to Donegal folk who end up in the city.Says Majella McFadden from the club: “The club has come a long way since a group of ex-pats came together in 1988 to form what has become one of the leading lights on the Boston GAA scene. “Donegal Boston’s founding members were: Jackie Rushe (Castlefin), Eamonn Mc Ginley (St. Michael’s), Patrick O`Malley-Daly (Ballyshannon), Ricky Rushe (Castlefin), Manus Mc Fadden (Glenswilly), Anness Mc Clafferty (Downings) and Paddy Mc Devitt (Fintown)“Among the well-known inter-county stars from past and present who have represented the club are Kevin Cassidy, Jim McGuinness, Rory Kavanagh, John Gildea, Declan Bonner, Donnie McCole, Johnny McCafferty, Adrian Sweeney, Padraig Gallagher, James Ruane, Kevin McMenamin, Martin Caulfield, Ryan Bradley and Ollie Reid, Colm Mc Fadden, Christy Toye (all Donegal).“Players from other counties have also represented us including Martin Penrose and John Lynch (Tyrone), Dessie Dolan, Denis and David Glennon (Westmeath), Raymond Gallagher, Niall Cox, Dermot Feely and Cormac McAdams (Fermanagh). Colm Parkinson and Cahir Healy (Laois), Glen Burke (Tipperary), John Finucane (Antrim), Paul Noone (Roscommon) and Jamie Carr (Louth).“This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Donegal football club here in Boston. Plans are already in the works for a celebratory dinner dance for later in 2012. “If anyone is thinking of emigrating in 2012, Donegal GFC Boston can help people find work and accommodation. For more information please contact the club through our website, Facebook Page (donegalgfcboston) or the chairman at pmddonegal@gmail.com.”The club is in good Donegal hands.A recent meeting elected the new 2012 Donegal Boston committee. They are:Honorary President: Connie mc Elaney (Doagh Island)Chairman: Paddy Mc Devitt (Fintown) Vice Chairman: Eamon Kelly (Buncranna)Secretary: Denise Trimble (Glenties)Assistant Secretary: Paul Friel (Clonmany)Treasurer: Jonathan Byrne (Malin) Assistant Treasurer: Brian Kelly(Urris)PRO: Majella Mc Fadden (Creeslough)Registrar: Ricky Rush (Castlefinn)Delegates:John Cunningham (Glencolmcille)Brian Boyce (Downings)Paul Boyce (Downings)Gareth Ruddy (Carndonagh)Eamon Rushe (Castlefin)Michael Mc Bride(Downings)Senior Manager (T.B.A.)Junior A Manager: Gareth RuddyJunior B Manager: Brian BoyceDONEGAL BOSTON GAA CLUB OFFERS HELP TO EMIGRANTS was last modified: January 18th, 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:DONEGAL BOSTON GFClast_img

Calum Chambers completes Fulham switch on season-long loan

first_imgDelighted to have signed for @FulhamFC on a year long loan! I felt this was the right thing to do at this point in my career and I’m up for the challenge! Wish everyone at @Arsenal the very best for the season! pic.twitter.com/B6CbSwwE0I— Calum Chambers (@CalumChambers95) August 7, 2018On finalising his move to Fulham, Chambers said: “I watched a lot of Fulham last season, I really like the way they play football.“There’s a good manager, it’s a great club, so I’m really excited for the season ahead.”Fulham owner Tony Khan also expressed his delight at securing Chambers’ signature – describing him as a “versatile” defender. REVEALED FA Cup third round draw: Ball numbers, date and time and where to watch Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack I’m very pleased to announce that @CalumChambers95 has joined @FulhamFC on loan. Calum is a versatile defender, and the combination of his strong data profile + positive reports from our scouts confirm that he’s a tremendous talent. Let’s welcome him to our squad! Come on Fulham! pic.twitter.com/2Y4DWlCl2r— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) August 7, 2018Chambers spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Middlesbrough and signed a new contract with his parent club last month. Leeds back on top: What happened in the Championship on Tuesday night? Latest Fulham FC News Arsenal defender Calum Chambers has signed for Fulham on a season-long loan deal.The 23-year-old is the Cottagers’ seventh arrival this summer following the club’s return to the Premier League. ROUND-UP Fulham chief and AEW owner Tony Khan hits Stone Cold Stunner impact center_img round up Newcastle, Leicester and Fulham lead race for Championship striker ON THE MOVE? WHAT! Leeds lose at Fulham, West Brom held, Charlton’s winless run continues REVEALED Predicted – How the Championship table will finish in 2019/20 *December update* historic Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won last_img read more


first_imgThe family of a father-of-two who was murdered in Buncrana last month have held a candlelit vigil in Derry to mark what would have been his 25th birthday.Andrew Allen who was originally from Derry, was shot dead at his home at Links View, Buncrana in February.The vigilante group Republican Action Against Drugs later said it carried out the murder. The dead man’s sister Michelle said the support of the community in Top of the Hill was a big comfort to the family.Nobody has yet been arrested in connection wit the murder.Gardai recently appeared on RTE’s CrimeCall appealing for the public’s help in their investigation. FAMILY OF MURDERED MAN HOLD VIGIL was last modified: March 6th, 2012 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:Andrew AllenbuncranaRAADlast_img read more


first_imgAnn Marie Glynn did superbly well in OmaghLifford AC had a great showing when a team travelled to take part in the Omagh Half-Marathon.The highlight of the day coming in the ladies race where former Irish Cross Country runner Ann Marie Glynn claimed her first half marathon victory, in a comfortable time of 1.20.03.This was Mc Glynns first time to compete in this distance and she led from start to finish with her nearest rival over 3 minutes off the pace. Ann Marie has represented Ireland both at European and World Events in which she led the Irish team.Another highlight was Claire McGuigan who finished 4th overall in the ladies event picking a prize as well.In the men’s field Daniel Hannigan was the first home for the club with an impressive 11th place overall. Daniel is now expected to build on recent form and be one of the leading athletes in Donegal and Ulster. Daniel now turns his attention to the Belfast City Marathon in May.Coach Kevin Connolly has said that he is delighted and proud with all the Senior Athletes, and expects big results over the upcoming season. “The attitude that the athletes are showing in training is superb, and with this the results are starting to show.” Daniel Hannigan Lifford AC 01:16:11Ann-Marie McGlynn Lifford AC 01:20:02Sean Dudgeon Lifford AC 01:23:15Paul Kelly Lifford AC 01:24:26Eddie Kelly Lifford AC 01:25:30 Martin Devenney Lifford AC 01:26:47Claire MajellMcGuigan Lifford AC 01:27:39Maurice Sharkey Lifford AC 01:28:48Gary Gallagher Lifford AC 01:29:15 Gerard Campbell Lifford AC 01:35:07Dominic Carlin Lifford AC 01:35:36Conor Hayes Lifford AC 01:38:40Brian Breslin Lifford AC 01:39:00PadraigMag Loingsigh Lifford AC 01:43:38Liam Maguire Lifford AC 01:44:27Danny Devenney Lifford AC 01:44:26Amanda Monaghan Lifford AC 01:47:17Jacqui Timoney Lifford AC 01:52:52Rachel Friel Lifford AC 01:54:51ANN MARIE WINS OMAGH HALF-MARATHON FOR LIFFORD AC was last modified: March 31st, 2013 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:Ann Marie GlynnOmagh half marathonlast_img read more

North Carolina well represented at Cheyenne

first_imgCHEYENNE, Wyoming >> It was a smiling Eli Vastbinder who got off of his second bull at Frontier Park on Thursday, and an eight-second bull ride was critical for Garrett Smith at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo on Friday.Vastbinder, from Statesville, N.C., rode Smith, Harper and Morgan Rodeo’s bull named Kill Switch for 83.5 points, the exact same score that he received on his first bull on Wednesday. With the two rides, the 25-year-old cowboy moved to the top of the leaderboard in the overall …last_img