A lucky escape if you’ve ever seen one.Qatari club Al Ahli were struck by a bizarre refereeing decision in their AFC Champions League match on Tuesday.Defender Salmin Khamis will certainly be thanking his lucky stars after his misjudgement, picking the ball up when he thought it had gone out for a goal kick, went unpunished.Al-Hilal were duly awarded a penalty after his error, but striker Carlos Eduardo could only slam the spotkick against the upright.
It’s derby weekend in the Premier League – with three high-profile clashes scheduled between local rivals. Tom Rennie is joined by two former Premier League stars to look ahead to all the action with Darren Eadie (Norwich City & Leicester City) and Matthew Etherington (West Ham, Tottenham & Stoke City).There’s the first Tyne-Wear derby for both Steve McClaren & Sam Allardyce as Sunderland take on Newcastle at the Stadium of Light. That’s followed by the Manchester derby with United hosting City at Old Trafford, looking to prove that they have what it takes to challenge for the title.There’s also a big derby in London on Saturday, as West Ham host their fierce rivals Chelsea for the final ever time at the Boleyn Ground.Also on the show, Emma Dodds from Dubai Eye (one of talkSPORT’s Global Audio Partners) plays the Predictor Game ‘Tom against the World’ & the former Arsenal man Adrian Clarke picks his ‘three to watch’.
LANCASTER – Twenty-eight motorists were arrested or cited for driving with suspended, revoked or no driver’s licenses, and one was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in Lancaster’s latest checkpoint operation. One person was arrested on a drug charge and four others on misdemeanor arrest warrants. Sheriff’s deputies screened 622 vehicles at the checkpoint Friday night at Sierra Highway and Avenue L-4. Three motorists were ordered to perform field sobriety tests, and seven were cited for miscellaneous traffic violations. City government had obtained a state Office of Traffic Safety grant toward operating the checkpoint. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
ALL IRELAND FINALS:Congratulations to both Donegal Senior & Minor Teams on their wins against Dublin at the Weekend. Well Done to Senior Player Declan Walsh who made appearance on Sundays Semi Final, the club was also represented by Stephen Mc Laughlin (Fildara). We would also like to congratulate Robert Farren member of the backroom team with the Donegal Minors on securing their place in an All-Ireland Minor Final. UNDER 13.5 BOYS:U13.5 hosted St. Eunan’s on Wednesday evening. The result wasn’t in favour of home team but the team showed great determination by being 12 points down at half time & reducing this to a 2 point margin at the final whistle.U16 BOYS:Well Done to the U16 Team that defeated Glenswilly in the Northern Board Division 2 Final on Monday Evening in Buncrana. With a final score of Malin 1:05 to Glenswilly 0:06, we would like to congratulate the team & management on their success.COLAISTI INIS EOGHAIN TRAINING:Rannafast Training. Will take place in Muff on Thursday at 5.30 pm.Corn na nOg Training. Will take place in Buncrana on Monday at 5.00 pm.For both these teams there is a need for coaches to help out. We would encourage as many club players to get involved as possible. CLUB SHOPThe Malin GAA club shop will be open in the clubhouse on Saturdays from 12-2 and on Sundays from 11-15 to 2-00.There are a large selection of club merchandise in stock, which can be purchased on the day. A list of other club gear, hoodies, rain jackets, shorts, socks, hats, scarves, kit bags etc are also available to order. The Malin half zipped training tops sponsored by Mark Monagle of 4Mark Construction are also available to order and are proving very popular. Club vouchers are now also available and would make an ideal birthday present, or for any occasion. For more details, contact Susan on 07493 70638.GET FIT WITH CHARLIE Get fit with Charlie restarts on Monday 1st September after the summer break. Come along and shed some of the summer pounds.Classes will be on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6-30 to 7-30 for women.While men classes get underway on the same nights from 7-30 to 8-30, all classes take place in the Malin GAA centre.CLUB NOTESAny items for the notes or social media updates for the week should be forwarded to Martin on 086 1585880 or Christina on 086 1980399 or alternatively send an email to the club email address email@example.com at no later than 9 o clock on the Sunday evening.CLUB NEWSYou can now stay up to date with all the latest happenings within the club by checking our facebook page www.facebook.com/malingaa, by following us on twitter @malainnclg, or by sending a text to the club texting service 0868668531 to avail of club fixtures.If anyone has any club related information which they would like posted onto our facebook or twitter accounts, feel free to send a private message to the relevant accounts.GAA NEWS: MALIN U16’S DEFEAT GLENSWILLY TO WIN NORTHERN BOARD DIVISION TWO FINAL was last modified: September 3rd, 2014 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:GAAMalinNoticesSport
TERMON are the county senior Ladies Football champions and Milford are the intermediate champions after today’s clashes at MacCumhaill Park.Favourites Termon saw off St Eunan’s in a comprehensive display although the Letterkenny ladies can hold their heads high for a battling performance.The Termon girls won 4-11 to 2-03 and county star Geraldine McLaughlin was the star of the show with a hat-trick of goals. Earlier Milford beat Aodh Ruadh in an entralling encounter – 3-09 to 4-04. TERMON AND MILFORD LIFT LADIES FOOTBALL TITLES was last modified: September 1st, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
THIS WEEK’S CALENDAR: MOVILLE AND GREENCASTLE PARISH NEWSLETTERSunday – 10 Isaiah and Peter are called. They each recognize their unworthiness but are reassured that God will be with them. We too received a call in baptism to build up God’s kingdom. With that comes the promise of God’s presence and his help.This weekend we welcome among us Msgr. Eamon Martin, our diocesan administrator, who will be conferring the sacrament of Confirmation on 60 of our 6th class pupils. He will meet the children and their families afterwards in Scoil Eoghain. Monday – 11 Our Lady of Lourdes. World day of prayer for the sick, instituted by Pope John Paul II in 1992. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass until 9pm.Wednesday – 13 Ash Wednesday: the season of Lent begins. A day to acknowledge our sinfulness and to hear the call to repentance. We begin the Lenten journey that is to bring us to the mystery of the Lord’s death and resurrection and to prepare us to celebrate it with hearts and lives renewed. A day of fast and abstinence. Fast means that we cut down on the amount we eat, abstinence means that we do not eat flesh meat. Ashes will be blessed and distributed at 10.00 Mass in St Pius X Church and 7.30 pm Masses in Ballybrack and Ballinacrae. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass and distribution of ashes until 9pm.Thursday – 14 St Cyril, monk, and St Methodius, bishop. Cyril (826-869) and Methodius (815-885) were brothers from Thessalonica in Greece. They preached the Gospel in Moravia, using their own translation of the Scriptures and the liturgy into Slavonic, the local language. Honoured as apostles of the Slavic peoples and declared patrons of Europe by Pope John Paul II in 1980. Friday – 15 Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass until 11.30.Saturday – 16 Confessions after 10 am Mass and 6.15 – 6.45. Vigil Mass at 7.00.LENT Wednesday of this week is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, our annual period of preparation for the celebration of Holy Week and Easter. During Lent we’re encouraged to take up something that will be good for ourselves and those around us, and/or give up something we consider to be a luxury or a habit.This year the Pioneer Association has launched a “Dare to be alcohol-free” campaign and is encouraging people to take a short-term pledge (at least until Easter). Anyone wishing to do so can either contact the Pioneers directly at www.pioneerassociation.ie or by calling 01-8749464.A pledge like this can be as public or as private as you wish. You may not want to discuss it with anyone, or take a formal pledge of any kind. Alternatively, you may wish to discuss it with family and friends and use the opportunity to talk about a drinking problem you or someone else may have. Many people simply give up drinking during Lent and offer it up as a private spiritual sacrifice.Whatever you take on or give up this Lent, may the Lord bless you in your efforts and, through you, bless your family, your neighbourhood, your workplace and our parish community. Pledge cards are available in Church porches Last week’s collection amounted to €3550. Thank you.We welcome into God’s family Ailbhe Carmel Eibhlin Diver, Ballymacarthur.Sympathy ~ we offer sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Terry Kelly, Poundtown and George Sweeney, Buncrana who died recently. May they rest in peace.Readers for Sat/Sun 16/17 February St Pius X Vigil Mass – Bernard Baker 9.30 am – Tiernan McDonald12 noon – Emma McDermottAnyone who wishes to have a Station Mass during Lent should contact the Parochial House.One of the first projects that the Parish Pastoral Council, in conjunction with the Justice and Peace group, would like to undertake, is the publication of a directory of groups and organisations which are active in the parish, in the local community and surrounding area. If you would like to have your group included in the directory, please contact Mary at 9382289 or 085-1072475 with contact details and some information about what your group or organisation does. It is hoped to have the directory published before the end of March.The “Welcome the Stranger” programme is an initiative of the Bishops’ Commission for Immigrants which is being supported by our parish Justice and Peace group. Training for anyone who wishes to be involved in the programme will take place in the Parochial House on Tuesday 12 February at 8.15pm.GAA jackpot now stands at €1100. The monthly meeting takes place in the Clubhouse on Tuesday 12 February at 9pm.Please contact Family Resource Centre if interested in a raised bed in the Community Garden. Cost €30 before 1 March.Naiscoil Cois Feabhail Greencastle is now taking enrolment for September and has an open day on Thursday 14 February from 11am till 12.30. For further details and registration forms contact Stephanie 0862836609.White Oaks Rehabilitation Centre is holding a one day support programme for those over 16 years who are affected by family or friend’s addiction. The course takes place on Saturday 23 February and costs €20. Booking is essential. Call 9384400 or firstname.lastname@example.orgThornhill Centre is running three courses during Lent – Lenten Thursdays, Moments of Meditation and The Psalms: A Pathway to Prayer. For information and to book call 04871351233.The monthly Latin Mass takes place in Long Tower Church, Derry, today, Sunday 10 February at 2pm.This year’s Divine Mercy Conference will be streamed live from the RDS to the Plaza, Buncrana on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 February. Doors open 9am each day. Mass will be celebrated on Saturday 16 at 5pm, and on Sunday 17 at 3.15pm. Details on www.divinemercyconference.com. book at email@example.com or Marie at 0749362617, Brian at 0874196045 or Parish Office 0749361253. €5 per day at the door.Serenity House: Telephone 074 9382945, firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook at email@example.com Names are being taken for a five day trip to Westport in May. Call to Serenity House to enrol in one of the many courses, including FAS funded courses. Places available on FETAC First Aid daytime course. Names are being taken for a Web Page Design, Train the Trainer and First Aid courses. Counselling service now available. Active Retirement meeting on Wednesday 20 February at 2pm. (Note time) Light exercise with Shane Canning every Monday at 10.30am.Congratulations to the winners of the February Parish Draw:Number Name Promoter€700, 201, Rose McKevitt, Oonagh McDermott€400, 680, Eamon & Frances Lake, Frances Lake€250, 633, Charlie Cavanagh, Agnes Cavanagh€150, 448, Laura & Tamara Byrne, Bridget McGhee€70, 502, The Furlong Family, Helen GillenGreencastle Community Centre: Contact 9381054 /firstname.lastname@example.org AGM for Greencastle Community Development takes place on Monday 11 February at 7.30pm. If you would like to volunteer some of your spare time please attend. Terry’s: Parent & Toddler Group – Monday 10am – 12noon; Fun Club – Wednesday 4.30pm – 5.45pm and Chess Club – Thursday from 4.30pm – 5.30pm. Contact Terry on 0861082110. Reflexology, Pilates, Tai Chi ,Yoga, Money Management, Basic Computers, Bridge, Conversational Spanish, French and Irish, Child Protection and Computers for Seniors (Friday 22 February) courses begin subject to demand. Names are being for one day Water Safety course on 23 February.* DonegalDaily.com – Beware Cheap ImitationsFollow us on Twitter – https://twitter.com/DonegalDailyDD LOCAL: MOVILLE AND GREENCASTLE PARISH NEWSLETTER was last modified: February 9th, 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:DD LOCAL: MOVILLE AND GREENCASTLE PARISH NEWSLETTER
The Oakland Athletics selected right-handed pitcher Daulton Jefferies’ contract from Double-A Midland and designated right-handed pitcher Jharel Cotton, the team announced on Wednesday.Adding Jefferies, 24, to the 40-man protects him from this season’s Rule 5 draft, and he certainly would have been meat on the market.The Cal alum, the A’s fifth pick in the 2016 draft, made major strides after undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2017, a procedure that capped a total of nine innings of …
6 November 2012 The National Rural Youth Service Corps is the future of rural development in South Africa, Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti said in Johannesburg on Tuesday. Nkwinti said the programme had taken on board over 11 000 young people from rural areas around the country and had helped over 4 000 of them to get theoretical training at Further Education and Training colleges. “We train them so that they can go back to develop their respective rural communities with the skills that they acquire from us, but some of them are being absorbed in urban areas [which is fine],” he said. Skills development and accelerated service delivery The programme, involving two years of training, was launched in 2011 with an initial 7 900 participants. To date, 4 500 participants have either received or are in the process of completing training in various disciplines, mainly in the construction sector. A further 855 have been trained in records management, and are currently scanning and counting land claim files in all nine of South Africa’s provinces. Eighty participants have been trained in disaster management for placement in municipalities. Nkwinti, who supports the idea of getting rural schools to teach farming skills to high school learners, said the programme was widely viewed as a success, but required additional resources. “Our view is that skills development for young people is critical in rebuilding our country. As government, we’ve done a lot in terms of accelerating water and sanitation provision, adequate roads, housing and electrifying households. “We’ve delivered early childhood development centres, clinics and other basic human rights needs that never existed before in areas such as Muyexe in Limpopo, and now we are moving to other areas in other provinces, where we are also building houses for needy beneficiaries.” Nkwinti said they still had many areas to get around to in terms of delivering services. “The pace is slow, but we are pleading with our people to be patient. We are getting there. The country is quite big and resources are very limited.” Source: SANews.gov.za
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