19 Jan

Garvo Lanete gives ailing Meralco a boost

first_imgBolts continue to lose key players as Hodge suffers suspected knee injury Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed The Ormoc native also put pressure in himself to churn out a better showing after turning 29 on Tuesday.Fittingly, Lanete lit up for a career second-best 24 points on a 4-of-9 three-point shooting to lead Meralco to a tight 92-90 victory over Phoenix that kept them alive in the playoff race in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“I’m just lucky and I thank Lord for that,” said the former San Beda sniper, who is always prepared whenever coach Norman Black calls his number.Lanete shared the spotlight with his peers who are trying their best to make the Bolts run despite the injuries that beset the squad. PBA IMAGESWith key cogs down for Meralco, Garvo Lanete expected a bigger responsibility in its game against Phoenix on Wednesday.“We had to step up because we don’t have Jared (Dillinger) and we don’t have Cliff (Hodge). So when we lost to NLEX, coach was firm in telling us that we had to treat this game as a championship game,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases MOST READ 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 “Every practice, the coaches have been telling me to not hesitate in shooting the ball. And it’s not just me, but the same with my teammates because we all stepped up. Me, Jason Ballesteros, Anjo Caram, Chris Newsome, Nico Salva, and of course, Cliff Hodge. Every game, we always have that same mentality.”With Meralco keeping afloat at 3-6, there’s not much room for error for the Bolts, especially with their Governors’ Cup Finals rematch set against Ginebra on Sunday.“It’s the same, we’ll have a championship game mindset,” he said. “Yes, we’re excited for the rematch, but we’ll treat that as a regular game. We just have to win.”ADVERTISEMENT Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours LATEST STORIES View commentslast_img read more

15 Jan

ILI-YI Commences 2nd Quarter

first_imgThe International Learning Institute-Youth Initiatives (ILI-YI) has commenced the second quarter under the theme, “Time 2 Read.”At the same time, the ILI-YI has commended the management of a privately-owned Morweh Energy Group for its “hard work and tireless efforts,” in supporting the ILI-YI as the entity commenced her national journey; with a just-ended successful 1st Quarter.The organization has also extended gratitude to the Ministry of Education (MOE), and congratulated all other locally-based advocacy groups for consideration in a long-term fruitful partnership with them as they continue their national journey towards youth development.“We say keep talking, continue to play that role. We ask that you don’t stop now, but become more proactive…. our time is now. Our time is here, and we as youth, must solve this national crisis together –Youth Development,” the entity’s leadership has said.The ILI-YI Team has earlier engaged in closely monitoring the work of major youth groups in Liberia where they have studied all mechanisms being used in solving the Youth Developmental Crisis.According to country director ILI-YI, Ambassador David Dean Sr., his entity has applied several approaches and have exhausted, except one, which include the practical approach that has been divided into three pillars such like service, education, and mentoring.However, Mr. Dean said, the ILI-YI applaud all advocacy groups locally for their tireless effort in trying to solve this problem, “and we say bravo thus far for groups like the Federation of Liberian Youth (FLY), LINSU, YAI, NU VISION, etc… we need your expertise that we may solve this problem together, because we embrace the spirit of unity through which success is sure.”“As we begin our 2nd quarter with the Morweh Energy Group, MOE, Press Union of Liberia (PUL) and all Advocacy groups locally and internationally, we have become one team and must remain a blessing to this Nation.”Through this medium, Amb. Dean requested every citizen, foreigner, guests to join the ILI-YI for her 2nd Quarter as we begin practical approach by volunteering 30 minutes of your busy schedule to teach a “less fortunate child” to read.The project is launch on the motto; “Feel the difference. Make the difference!”Teach with us every Wednesday and Friday – (12noon-2pm) at our Resource Lab located on Crown Hill, Broad Street Opposite YMCA at our Head Office.The ILI-YI says it has also begun decentralizing its activities into Jallah Town, Buzzy Quarter and West Point communities in Monrovia respectively.“The youth of Liberia is the country’s wealth, therefore, we must protect them, we must continue to remain a blessing to mama Liberia,” Amb. Dean noted.In response, the CEO and President of Morweh Energy Group, Christopher Neyor expressed gratitude to the institution for their outstanding performance in up lifting the one-one-education program in the country, and their immense contribution to the country rebuilding process.According to Mr. Neyor, Liberians people should learn to empower other most especially those that are in need, among them, the less fortunately ones to shape their living condition to another level.He used the occasion to call on people in authority to stop empowering people for expectation such like the politicians that are involved with the idea of assisting citizens during the political period.He urged ILI-YI leadership to use for its intended purpose whatever is given to them for the benefit of others.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

14 Jan

MoA, Partners Tackle Rice Value Chain

first_imgFor a country that imports 60 percent of its staple food, rice, Liberia has an uphill battle to cut that importation to a level where it can be food sufficient, create more jobs and be able to export the commodity to other countries. This was the major thrust of a workshop that was held over the weekend by the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and partners at a hotel in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.In a bid to develop and implement plans for boosting the rice value chain, the MoA hired a short term rice value chain consultant, Dr. Chijioke Osuji, to assist in developing plans for the paddy aggregation and rice processing centers to sustain rice production.Dr. Osuji initiated the Rice Strategy Workshop to enable stakeholders to provide inputs and agree on strategies for filling the gaps in the rice value chain to enable it to contribute effectively to the national economy and food security.After a challenge to come up with viable questions and suggestions from which the MoA would come up with solutions, Agriculture Minister Moses Zinnah said that he spends hours each day thinking of ways to end Liberia’s dependency on rice imports. “We don’t lack ideas, but unfortunately we spend close to 200 million dollars a year importing rice. We have to do something about it. What is holding back our ability to change this? Tell us what we need to do at the end of the workshop,” Minister Zinnah challenged the participants during his opening statement.He said although Liberia lost a lot of mileage on its way to developing the agriculture sector because of its dependency on iron ore and rubber, the country, however, needs to move forward. “Guide us to know the steps by focusing on those things that could improve the rice value chain,” he urged workshop participants.Giving an overview of the workshop, Dr. Osuji said there is a need to develop a vibrant rice strategy that will attract investment for locally produced rice.He said that the major problem confronting Liberia’s rice value chain is the need to produce import quality rice that can reduce the demand for rice importation.“There is an urgent need for the production of import quality rice from small scale rice processors. This will contribute to the reduction of the supply gap, while integrated rice mills are being set up to boost production,” he indicated.The Economic Advisor at the Ministry of Commerce, Sayon Henry Yaidoo, said it is sad to note that food self-sufficiency is not confronting only Liberia but almost the entire West Africa region.“There must be a reason why we are yet to achieve food sufficiency in the sub-region. So this gathering is very significant to help address the problems facing the rice value chain,” he said.For the country to increase local rice production to reduce imports, the issue of financing the sector must be addressed.Africa Rice country director Dr. Inoussa Akintayo stated that his institution is involved in supporting farmers to cultivate improved rice seed varieties for lowland and upland rice that meet market demand. “Fourteen improved rice varieties for both upland and lowland are being introduced to local farmers and they are eager to multiply these varieties,” he informed workshop participants.Meanwhile, some farmers at the workshop told this paper that although they are impressed with the Ministry’s efforts to stem the tide of imports and improve the rice value chain, they said that government lacked the political will to support agriculture to make the country food sufficient. “We are thankful to the Ministry for this initiative but I think it is belated. Why should we be talking about a rice strategy at this time after many years? The government is allotting 3 percent for agriculture in the National Budget yearly, which demonstrates lack of interest for agriculture,” said David Suah, a farmer from Sinoe County.For Jefferson Tokpa, who heads the Donkodan Farmers’ Cooperative in Nimba County, “there is no need for Liberia to continue to depend on other countries for food when farmers are willing to produce more.” In an effort to come up with strategies to tackle key focal points the MoA is trying to address in the rice value chain, workshop participants were separated into four working groups that looked at: seed system management/input support initiatives; policy initiatives/credit and financing; rice farming systems and research; and value addition initiatives/marketing. At the end of the sessions, each group selected a representative who presented a report on their deliberations. The workshop ended with Dr. Osuji making a presentation on the “draft strategy implementation framework.” Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

10 Jan

Germany’s forgotten hero Goetze relaunches career

first_img0Shares0000Sidelined for five months, Dortmund’s midfielder Mario Goetze is to resume playing on Saturday when the team hosts arch-rivals Bayern Munich for the German Super Cup © AFP/File / PATRIK STOLLARZBERLIN, Germany, Aug 4 – World Cup winner Mario Goetze admits the metabolism disorder which sidelined him for five months is ‘now part of his life’, with the Germany star poised to resume playing on Saturday.Borussia Dortmund host arch-rivals Bayern Munich for the German Super Cup — the annual pre-season clash between the German Cup winners and Bundesliga champions respectively — on Saturday. It will be Goetze’s first competitive match since withdrawing from all football in February, after featuring in Dortmund’s pre-season friendlies.“I feel good. I can take part in top level sport again, but I’m still in treatment through the medication that I have to keep taking,” Goetze told German magazine Kicker.“Everyone has their strength and weaknesses and the metabolic problem is a part of my life now.“I am just happy to be back and able to do what I love.”After a lengthy spell on the sidelines, Goetze knows he needs time to rediscover his form.“I am not going to come back and be 100 percent straight away after five months in rehab,” he said.“Of course, I will need the games and training sessions to refind my rhythm. That’s obvious to me and, hopefully, to everyone else too.”It was Goetze’s stunning chest and volley in extra-time at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium which won Germany the 2014 World Cup final against Argentina.Three years later, Goetze, still only 25, is far from assured of a place in Germany’s squad for next year’s tournament in Russia.A frustrating three-year stint at Bayern Munich, whose then-coach Pep Guardiola made it clear Goetze had no place in his first-choice line-up, ended in July 2016 when he returned to Dortmund.It seemed the perfect place to rekindle his career after Goetze broke into the Germany squad on the back of helping Dortmund win the 2011 and 2012 Bundesliga titles under Jurgen Klopp.– ‘No Rio bonus’ –But Goetze struggled for any kind of form in his first season back, which was cut short in February when his disorder was unearthed and therapy began.He says there were dark days in the first few weeks after the diagnosis.“At first, it was hard for me to understand that I couldn’t play even though I didn’t have a structural injury, no damaged muscles or torn ligaments,” said Goetze.“It meant I had to have a time point to work towards – the start of the new season and be able to play again. That is what I have been looking to the most.”Bayern have won the title for each of the last five seasons, but US international Christian Puliisc sees this as Dortmund’s ‘big chance to win the Bundesliga’.The Super Cup showdown will see Dortmund test themselves against Bayern under new head coach Peter Bosz, as striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang goes head-to-head with Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski.For Goetze, the Super Cup is also a chance to impress Germany head coach Joachim Loew before next month’s World Cup qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Norway.“Rio was an incredible event, but it doesn’t carry a bonus anymore,” admitted Goetze on his Russia 2018 hopes.“Only the best will go to the World Cup, and Loew will decide.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

6 Jan

Irish defender took on a World Cup winner, then this happened

first_imgWhen you play for St Mirren, it’s not every day you get to face a World Cup winner.So, when the Scottish side took on New York City FC in Manchester, most of their players will have looked forward to facing Spain striker David Villa, while one in particular took his chance against the ex-Barcelona star with glee.Jim Goodwin, spotting the relaxed gait of Villa, swept the ball between his opponents’ legs and completed a pass to a team-mate, and having nutmegged Villa, he celebrated wildly.You can check out the moment below… David Villa celebrates winning the World Cup 1last_img read more

3 Jan

MOTORSPORTS ROUNDUP Local drivers have it rough at Fontana

first_imgThe bump turned Gordon around a nifty 180 degrees on the front stretch. For a few seconds, Gordon adeptly steered the car parallel to the outside wall until it careened across the track and onto the infield. “It was my spotter’s fault,” Gordon said. “He didn’t tell me somebody was on the outside and I drifted up. I had the 41 (Reed Sorenson) on the inside. I saw him, but I never saw Bowyer come around the outside. “About the time I hit Bowyer, he was like, `Somebody is on the outside.’ I was like, `It’s too late.’ ” Ricky Rudd, who won his first NASCAR race at Riverside in 1983 and is retiring after this year, also had an early exit. On lap 179, he was sent flying off the track in a chain-reaction collision that started when Jeff Gordon tapped Jeremy Mayfield from behind. Rudd’s No. 88 Snickers/Generation Max Ford suffered the worst damage of the six cars involved, and the 50-year-old walked away gingerly clutching his left wrist. He was driven via ambulance to a local hospital for evaluation. From news services Jimmie Johnson was the poster boy for local-kid-makes-good. The native of El Cajon, an eastern suburb of San Diego, won his Nextel Cup-leading fifth race of the season on Sunday at his “home” track. As for the other drivers with Southern California ties, the Sharp Aquos 500 couldn’t have gone much worse. Start with Orange native Robby Gordon. On lap 87, his No. 7 Original Road House Grill/Jim Beam Ford went for a backward spin, literally, when he brushed against the No. 07 Jack Daniel’s Chevrolet of Clint Bowyer. It was a less-than-storybook ending to the 900th start of his career, second only to Richard Petty’s 1,185 in NASCAR history. Former Inland Empire resident David Gilliland was involved in the same six-car collision that ended Rudd’s night. Although Gilliland was able to continue in the race, his No. 38 M&M’s Ford sustained some body damage and, after climbing to 11th with under 40 laps to go, he settled for a 25th-place finish. Bakersfield native Kevin Harvick dropped behind Kurt Busch, from 11th to 12th, in the season points standings with a 12th-place finish. Detroit Indy Grand Prix Tony Kanaan, the leader after a late restart, had enough fuel to win the shortened race and avoid a last-lap melee that collected IndyCar Series points leader Scott Dixon and Kanaan’s Andretti Green Racing teammate, Dario Franchitti. It was Kanaan’s series-best fifth victory this season and 12th of his career. Danica Patrick avoided the wreckage and earned her first career second-place finish. Dan Wheldon was third. Despite the crash, which dropped Franchitti from fourth to sixth, he ended the day three points ahead of Dixon heading into Sunday’s final race at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill. Kanaan, 39 points behind his teammate, remains mathematically alive in the championship hunt. Dutch Grand Prix Justin Wilson won the Champ Car race at Assen, Netherlands, holding off Jan Heylen of Belgium to clinch his first race of the season. Bruno Junqueira was third. Sebastien Bourdais’ hopes of clinching a fourth straight title were hampered after a poor start forced him to drop from pole position. It was the Frenchman’s first loss in four races in Europe. Bourdais, who finished seventh, still has a 58-point lead over Wilson heading into the next race on Oct. 21 in Surfers Paradise, Australia. NHRA U.S. Nationals Jeff Arend led qualifying in Funny Car and Max Naylor was tops in Pro Stock at O’Reilly Raceway Park in Clermont, Ind. Top Fuel leader Tony Schumacher and Pro Stock Motorcycle racer Chip Ellis also led their events. John Force and Warren Johnson, the winningest drivers in NHRA history, failed to make the cut. Top Fuel contenders Whit Bazemore and J.R. Todd also failed to qualify. Staff writer J.P. Hoornstra contributed to this notebook160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
30 Dec

Rep. seeks to prolong area water cleanup

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre The $11.2 million was added to HR 123 – written by Rep. David Dreier, R-San Dimas – that already authorized $50 million in funding for the San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund. “Much has been cleaned up in Central Basin and the San Gabriel Basin, but much still needs to be done,” Napolitano said. “Continuing the cleanup effort will increase our region’s clean water supply and protect our communities against drought cycles, global warming and decreasing water supply from the fragile San Francisco Bay Delta,” she said. The bill – with Napolitano’s amendment – has been approved by the House Committee on Natural Resources and next goes to the House of Representatives. “We really are grateful the congresswoman did this,” said Art Aguilar, general manager for the Central Basin Municipal Water District, which operates the clean water project. “She has helped out not just us, but the other cities (Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs and Whittier) involved in the project.” The project, which was paid for with $10 million from the federal government, is nearly out of money. It has continued to operate with Central Basin using what’s left. However, the cities have been paying the bulk of the costs. Since June, the cities have been paying $250 per acre-foot for water cleaned up and thus usable as drinking water. That is expected to amount to $425,000 for Santa Fe Springs and $600,000 for Pico Rivera. Whittier hasn’t taken any water and thus doesn’t pay anything. Estimated annual cost is $1.2million. It’s an important project, Aguilar said. “Until we can be reasonably sure of the water quality in the (Whittier) Narrows, we need to keep this operating to make sure there’s no contamination that might make its way here,” Aguilar said. The treatment system includes two water wells in Pico Rivera, a 6,000-foot-long pipeline and the treatment plant itself. mike.sprague@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PICO RIVERA – Rep. Grace Napolitano has added $11.2 million to legislation that would allow a groundwater-cleanup project here to continue for another seven years. The project, which began operating in 2003, was designed to clean up polluted groundwater flowing toward Pico Rivera from the East San Gabriel Valley. Perchlorate from former aerospace operations and other toxic chemicals in the Valley were discovered in the early 1990s to have seeped into groundwater supplies. “Adding money for Central Basin to this bill is a major triumph for our communities,” said Napolitano, D-Santa Fe Springs. “My residents in Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs and Whittier can now be confident that their homes and businesses will have clean, safe water well into the future.” last_img read more

27 Dec


first_imgClub Notes – Naomh Adhamhnáin – 02.05.11  The Seniors were narrowly beaten away to Four Masters on Saturday, ending their recent good run. The Reserves continued their impressive start to the season with  agood win over the Donegal Town men, Lee McMonagle netting both their goals. This Sunday both teams travel to Ardara.The Junior Men began their League campaign with a good win over Naomh Columba. After a closely contested first half, a Michael Moreton goal early in the second half gave the lads some breathing space and they won comfortably in the end, 1-14 to 0-05. They are away to Glenfin this Saturday.The Senior Ladies were due to take on Moville on Monday in the Park but the Inishowen girls were unable to field.There was double disappointment for our underage teams over the weekend with the opposition unable to field. The Minor boys footballers were due to travel to Gaoth Dobhair on Friday night but the home side were unable to field. Then on Monday, the U-12 boys were due to travel to Downings for Go-Games on Monday evening but once again the home team informed us they would be unable to field a team. The U-16 Boys had an impressive win over Buncrana on Monday in Convoy in the Northern League Final. They await the Southern Board runners up which is likely to be either Dungloe or Aodh Ruadh.The U-11 team had an impressive win over Buncrana in the Go-Games in the Park on Monday evening winning by 3-11 to 2-06.The James Gallagher Cup team travelled to Fanad last Tuesday and had an impressive win. They have now qualified for the semi finals along with Gaoth Dobhair, Naomh Conaill and Ardara.There was a great win for the Minors in the Hurling Championship Semi-Final against Aodh Ruadh last Thursday. The U-14 Hurlers had a good win away to Carndonagh also last Thursday. The U-14 Hurlers took part in the Ulster Feile in Martinstown last Saturday beating St Brendan’s of Antrim and Burt. However they were narrowly beaten by a very strong Oisin Glengariff of Antrim. Well done to the lads.The U-14 Hurlers are home to Letterkenny Gaels this Thursday in the League. The Minor Hurlers await the winners of the Burt v Setanta Semi-Final. The U12 Camogie hosted the first of the Go-Game Camogie Blitz in O’Donnell Park on Friday. A very young team performed very well against Burt and MacCumhaills.U-12 & U-14 Hurling training is on Tuesday at 5:30pm. U-16 & Minor training is on each Monday at 5:30pm. There will be further U-10 Hurling blitzes on 22nd May, 26th June & 24th July.The Friday Hurling / Camogie Academy will resume this Friday, May 6th at 6:30. The next U-8 hurling blitz will be held on 8th May, 12th June and 10 July. There was one winner of last week’s Lotto draw. Aisling Mullen of Ballbofey matched 3 numbers and won €100. The numbers were 15-17-19-24.This week’s numbers weren’t available at the time of going to press and will be sent in a club e-mail later in the week and appear in next week’s notes.We extend our deepest sympathy to the Crossan family, Conwal on their recent bereavement.ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NOTES 02/05/11 was last modified: May 3rd, 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)last_img read more

27 Dec


first_imgTir Chonaill Gaels Club Notes 18/02/2013:AGM:The club will hold its AGM on Sunday 3rd March 2013 in the clubhouse with a 3pm start. This is a very important meeting for the club and all members are kindly asked to attend and throw their hat in the ring for the various positions.Nomination sheets can be obtained from out going Secretary Stephen Mc Loughlin and who has requested any new people wishing to join the club to come along on the day.Upcoming Events: Saturday 2nd March Gaels Selection v Ballylanders (Limerick) in Greenford at 2pm (Friendly)Sunday 3rd March Gaels Selection v St Dymphas (Luton) in Greenford at 1pm (Friendly)Saturday 20th April. The club is going back to Crossmaglen, Co Armagh to take part in their first International 7s tournament. Those interested please let Stocker know ASAP including players.Race Night:The club will be hosting a race night at the Three Wishes pub in North Harrow on Saturday 9th March at 8-30pm.Race cards can be obtained from Stocker with horses costing £5 and £30 to sponsor a race. Lottery:Lotto results for 14/02/2013Jackpot £3,100 Numbers drawn 2-4-10-22No Jackpot winners, £25 lucky dip winners, Margaret Shields, c/o Conningham Arms, S Lesley, c/o Three Wishes, PJ Rattigan, c/o Three Wishes, Pat Byrne, c/o British Queen. This week’s draw takes place in the clubhouse on Thursday 21st at 9pm with a jackpot at a whopping £3,150. Play online at www.tirchonaillgaels.comGAELIC GAMES: TIR CHONAILL GAELS GAA CLUB LONDON NEWS was last modified: February 17th, 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:GAELIC GAMES: TIR CHONAILL GAELS GAA CLUB LONDON NEWSlast_img read more

26 Dec


first_imgCOYLEThe death has taken place at his residence of Eddie Coyle, Kilraine, Cloghan. His remains will leave his home at 10.30am on Sunday for 11am Mass in The Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Glenfin, with burial afterwards in the local cemetery.WARD The death has taken place at Letterkenny General Hospital of Enda Ward retired school teacher Portsalon and formerly of Downings. His remains are reposing at his late residence in Portsalon. Removal from there tomorrow (Sat) evening at 5.15pm going to The Church of St John the Baptist, Carrigart to arrive at 6pm. Funeral mass on Sunday at 1pm with burial in the adjoining cemetery. House private 11pm – 10am.MURRAYThe death has taken place at her residence of Mary Murray, Keeldrum, Gortahork. Remains are reposing at her late residence. Funeral mass tomorrow, Saturday at 12 noon in The Church of Christ the King, Gortahork with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family time please from 11pm until 10am.Yesterday’s notices: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2012/01/12/donegal-death-notices-for-thursday-january-12-2012/ DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2012 was last modified: January 13th, 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:2012DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR FRIDAYJANUARY 13last_img read more