Looking back at the game, he said that although Portmore created some good chances, it was down to his team turning over the ball a lot. “A lot of their chances were as a result of turnovers. We have to correct the mistakes and come back,” he said. UWI should welcome back the experienced duo of defender Kemar Flemmings and midfielder Dawyne Smith, who missed the game due to different reasons. “We will have back Flemmings, who missed the game because of a one-match suspension, and Rick (Smith), who had work commitment. They will make the team stronger,” Peart explained. Patrick Brown, who entered the field as a substitute in the second half, scored the all-important goal. “It is a semi-final, so to come off the bench and score the winning goal is a great feeling,” Brown said. “We have to go back and focus on the second game. We will continue the good work and move on to the final,” he added. Meanwhile, losing coach Linval Dixon rued the missed chances. ‘We missed a lot of chances that we should have scored and it came back to haunt us,” Dixon reasoned. “We have to get ourselves ready for the second leg,” he added. In the other first-leg semi-final, Arnett Gardens face off against Humble Lion at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Trench Town tonight, starting at 8. The University of the West Indies (UWI) FC made a bold step towards a place in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) final when they staged a come-from-behind 2-1 win against Portmore United yesterday at the Wembley Centre of Excellence in Clarendon. Portmore took the early lead when Ricardo Morris netted in the third minute. However, Girvon Brown equalised when he scored a header in the 22nd minute. Substitute Patrick Brown scored the winner in the 68th minute. The Portmore team had some clear chances to score, but were let down by faulty shooting from Morris, Cleon Pryce and second-half substitute Maalique Foster. UWI’s assistant coach, Andrew Peart said that it was a good feeling for his team after ending a four-game win-less streak during the late part of the preliminary stage. “Yes, we are satisfied with the team’s performance and victory, based on previous games in which we failed to win,” Peart told The Gleaner. He admitted that it was a slim lead, so the two-way tie was far from over. “We are fully aware that a one-goal lead is not much to play around with. We will go back home and prepare for the return game that is set for our home turf,” the coach said. GOOD CHANCES
Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title 76ers: Signed G Corey Brewer to a 10-day contract. He has career averages of 8.9 points and 2.8 rebounds in 783 games.WHAT A HALFThe team record for points in a first half is 86. The Sixers shot 66 percent (31 of 47) and had 21 assists on 31 baskets.JIMMY JAMButler had voiced his frustration with the state of the Timberwolves and was soon traded to the Sixers. The Sixers need more big games from him to contend.“There are times that I wished he’d shoot more 3s. There are times I wished he’d put this thumbprint deeper into the game,” Brown said. “But he plays the game the right way.”SIR CHARLESSir Charles is ready for his close up.Charles Barkley, the 76ers great whose retired No. 34 hangs in the rafters, is set to play a substitute gym teacher in Wednesday’s episode of “The Goldbergs.”“In my gym, we’ve got two rules. Number one, we NEVER give up. Number two, aliens are real and they walk among us,” he says in the episode. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Philadelphia 76ers’ Joel Embiid, center, hangs on the rim after a dunk during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)PHILADELPHIA— Jimmy Butler’s final miserable months in Minnesota were blighted by trash talk toward his teammates and a sour demeanor that forced the Timberwolves to trade him.At home in Philadelphia, Butler is still working out the kinks with his new star teammates. But Butler had one final parting gift for his old team: a complete thrashing that left the Timberwolves in tatters.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title ZOO HOURSThe 76ers honored broadcaster Marc Zumoff for 25 years as the team broadcaster.UP NEXTTimberwolves: Host San Antonio on Friday.76ers: Play Thursday at Indiana.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Warriors score NBA-record 51 in 1st quarter to crush Nuggets Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Simmons, who had 20 points and 11 rebounds, flexed and Embiid waved his arms to an adoring crowd after big baskets.Butler took a backseat in his first game since the Timberwolves sent him to the 76ers in a package deal that brought forwards Robert Covington and Dario Saric in return.“It was everything that I thought it would be,” Butler said. “Seeing some old faces. Not too much trash talking, though, I don’t think anybody’s talking like that. I like the fact that we beat them.”Covington and Saric were popular core pieces of Philadelphia’s Trust the Process rebuild and both received massive ovations from an appreciative crowd in tribute videos.“It means they really appreciate what I did the last three years here,” Saric said. “I’m thankful for that. They really respect me.”The Sixers found thumping the Timberwolves a breeze. They’re having a tougher time molding the Butler-Simmons-Embiid combination into a dominant Big 3 instead of a big mystery. The Sixers have a thin bench and are experimenting with rotations to find the right ones that can make them evolve into the Eastern Conference favorites they expected to become this season.Sixers rookie general manager Elton Brand hits the Feb. 7 trade deadline with a major mission: strengthen the reserves. Former Sixers Marco Belinelli and Ersan Ilyasova steadied the Sixers last season as midseason pickups and Brown needs more of that punch for a deep run in the East this season.TIP-INSTimberwolves: Derrick Rose led the Timberwolves with 15 points and Saric had 11 in his return. Covington sat out with a knee injury. Tyus Jones left with a sprained left ankle.“We’ll look at the film and work on moving forward,” coach Ryan Saunders said. “Our communication was not up to our standards.” LATEST STORIES 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 Butler scored 19 points in the first meeting with Minnesota since the trade, and the 76ers scored 83 points in the first half in a 149-107 rout on Tuesday night.“I do want to beat those guys,” Butler said, “but I want to beat every team.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissThe Golden State Warriors were the only team to score more first-half points in a game this season when they dropped 92 on the Chicago Bulls on Oct. 29. The Sixers hit a team-record 21 3-pointers and reached their highest point total in the 22-year history of the Wells Fargo Center.Joel Embiid had 31 points and 13 rebounds in a final tuneup before the Sixers hit a pivotal stretch of the season. View comments MOST READ Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college “We’ve got some heavyweights coming in but so be it,” coach Brett Brown said.The Sixers needed the breather against Minnesota. They play their next 12 games against teams with winning records and the Sixers are not quite where Brown wants them as they go toe-to-toe with those NBA heavyweights.“Not to the level that I wished it was,” Brown said. “It’s not anything that I’m panicking about.”They never had reason to worry about Minnesota.The Sixers stuffed a season’s worth of highlights into the first half. They cut to the hoop with ease for layups and big Ben Simmons dunks. 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After much anticipation and expectation, Government has finally taken the Telecommunication and Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Bills to the National Assembly.The Bills were tabled by Telecommunications Minister Cathy Hughes on Tuesday. They were read for the first time.Earlier this month, Minister Hughes told Guyana Times that she intended to have the proposed legislation presented to the National Assembly before the end of the month. However, at the time, the Bills were with the Attorney General (AG) Chambers for legal vetting.The Bills were then handed to Cabinet for final review before presentation to Parliament. GTT currently holds a 20-year plus monopoly over the telecommunication sector and stakeholders, particularly Digicel, have long been calling for this control of the telecoms market to be broken.The Telecoms Bill, which was first introduced in 2011 and revised in 2013, was with a Special Select Committee in the 10th Parliament and was near conclusion when Parliament was prorogued in 2014. The Bill is among 12 others that were recalled in the 11th Parliament.Meanwhile, under the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Administration, the Telecoms Bill underwent a new set of consultations with the two main players in mobile service and other stakeholders including the Private Sector Commission (PSC) and several Non-Governmental Organisations before it was submitted to Cabinet for review.Government had even appointed two overseas consultants – Janice Brendman and Geeta Ragubir – to complete the work on the Bill. The Telecommunications Bill seeks to create a competitive regime in the telecommunications sector. It provides for an open, liberalised and competitive sector that will be attractive to new market entrants and investors, while preserving the activities of the current participants.By creating this competitive environment for telecommunications, the Bill is expected to result in greater choice, better quality of service and lower prices for consumers. The Bill also specifically addresses the expansion of telecommunication networks and services into unserved and under-served areas, through the institution of a new universal access/universal service programme, in an effort to further national and regional social and economic development.At the launch of Digicel’s 4G Internet service earlier this month in Bartica, the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kevin Kelly urged the immediate passage of the Bill, noting that a liberalised telecommunications sector in the country will stimulate competition, which will in turn result in better services for customers.Kelly added that once the Telecommunications Liberalisation Bill passes, Digicel will take immediate steps to introduce cheaper services such as Internet rates and international calls as well as the possibility of landline services.Meanwhile, in a more recent interview with Guyana Times, CEO of GTT Justin Nedd said his company is ready to relinquish its hold on the telecoms sector. He pointed out that this will provide a level playing field for all the players in the sector. “I believe that the sector is already liberalised, though not formally, but once the Bill is passed and assented to law, everybody will have to play by the same rules, report to the same regulator, pay the same taxes and I believe we are ready for that because we have been doing it for decades,” the CEO stated.When asked about the impending competition that will follows the break of the 20-plus year monopoly that the company has over the sector, Nedd posited that GTT has been competing with its main opponent Digicel for several years on many fronts and so customers can expect only better things.
Two Patentia, West Bank Demerara (WBD), residents were placed on $30,000 bail each following their appearance at the Wales Magistrate’s Court on counter charges. First was 28-year old unemployed Melissa Duncan, who was accused of damaging Deopattie Singh’s gold chain worth $80,000 on September 18, 2018, at Patentia, WBD, where they both reside.She entered a plea of not guilty after the Police prosecutor applied to have the indictable matter tried in the Magistrate’s Court. Her alleged opponent, Singh, a seller, was similarly accused of damage to property, with Police stating she damaged Duncan’s mobile phone on the same day in question. The device was valued at $33,000.Singh, 36, was also accused of assaulting Duncan but she denied both charges. The women will both return to court on December 20, 2018, as the matter continues before Magistrate Rochelle Liverpool.
“If (victims) heard this from law enforcement one time, that that particular scenario is a scam, they wouldn’t have fallen for it.” The Santa Clarita station’s number of credit-card fraud and identity-theft cases increased from 284 in 2003 to 691 in 2005, Anderson said. In a recent case of fraud, an 89-year-old Santa Clarita Valley resident was contacted earlier this month and told he had won $1.5million from the fictitious Global National Lottery Sweepstakes, Anderson said. The catch was the “winner” was told to send $22,000 in supposed taxes, which he did, Anderson said. The money is now gone. Investigators say that in another common scam, a con artist will buy something from the victim with a worthless check or money order. The victim will receive a note for more than the cost of the item being sold. Claiming to have sent too much money by mistake, the con artist will ask the victim to wire over the difference in cash. That happened to one 63-year-old Santa Clarita resident, who on March20 advertised a couch for sale, sheriff’s Lt. Brenda Cambra said. The victim received a cashier’s check for $2,350, but the couch was selling for $500. The victim agreed to send $1,800 to a Canadian bank account and keep $50 for his troubles. On April 2, a bank notified the victim the cashier’s check was counterfeit, Cambra said. “Some people don’t fall for it, but a lot of people do because they think they’re entering into a business deal with somebody.” email@example.com (661) 257-5253 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SANTA CLARITA – A nearly new Hummer H3 offered online for a bargain price of $20,000, and all the seller wanted was a money transfer to a foreign bank. While not everyone would fall for the scam, investigators say that earlier this month a Santa Clarita resident did take the bait, and now the money is all but unrecoverable. For a Sheriff’s Department fraud team, the episode is another reminder of the need to educate the public about scams. Motivated by a rising number of identity-theft cases, authorities since October have given talks to local groups on avoiding fraud. “We’ve noticed that a lot of times the scams are pretty obvious,” said Sgt. James Anderson of the Santa Clarita station.
CALGARY — Shares in oilsands producer MEG Energy Corp. rose by as much as 3.9 per cent Friday after it announced lower capital spending and a continued focus on debt retirement in 2020.Analysts applauded the Calgary-based company’s plan to spend $250 million next year — about $20 million less than some expected — with production that is still forecast to meet expectations at between 94,000 and 97,000 barrels of bitumen per day.MEG says about $210 million of the budget is considered sustaining and maintenance capital.- Advertisement -It plans to spend $20 million to complete a processing facility expansion to provide more steam generation, water handling and oil treating capacity at its northeastern Alberta works which use steam to produce bitumen from wells.The remaining $20 million is mainly for needed field infrastructure and regulatory and corporate capital costs.MEG says after reducing its debt by $500 million this year, it will continue to allocate all excess free cash flow to further reductions. Net debt is expected to fall to just under $3 billion by the end of 2019.Advertisement MEG shares rose as high as $5.85, up 22 cents, on the Toronto Stock Exchange. A year ago, they were trading at $8.55.This report by The Canadian Press was first published on Nov. 22, 2019.Companies in this story: (TSX:MEG)The Canadian PressAdvertisement
0Shares0000See you in Paris: Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova could meet in the French Open last 16 © AFP/File / SAEED KHANPARIS, France, May 24 – Three-time champion Serena Williams could face longtime rival Maria Sharapova in the French Open last-16 after Thursday’s draw which also handed Rafael Nadal a dream route to an 11th title.Serena, the champion in 2002, 2013 and 2015, will start against Kristyna Pliskova of the Czech Republic. Former world number one Williams, now ranked a lowly 453, is playing a Grand Slam for the first time since she won her 23rd major at the 2017 Australian Open after which she stepped off the tour to give birth to her daughter in September.Pliskova, the twin sister of world number six Karolina, has never won a main draw match at Roland Garros.Williams, 36, has played just four matches on the tour in 2018 and not featured at all since Miami in March.Sharapova, champion in 2012 and 2014, could face Serena, against who she lost in the 2013 final at Roland Garros, in the fourth round.The Russian, who missed last year’s event after she was refused a wild card as she battled to rebuild her career following a 15-month doping ban, has not defeated Williams since 2004.The American leads their head-to-head series 19-2.Before they get to that stage, Sharapova would possibly have to get past Czech sixth seed Karolina Pliskova.Top seed and two-time runner-up Simona Halep faces Alison Riske of the United States in her opener while second seed and Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki starts against another American, Danielle Collins.Top seed Nadal starts his bid for an 11th Roland Garros title against Ukraine’s world number 54 Alexander Dolgopolov.Champions return: Rafael Nadal and Jelena Ostapenko with their French Open trophies at Thursday’s draw © AFP / Thomas SAMSONNadal, fresh from an eighth Rome clay court title having also won his 11th trophies in Barcelona and Monte Carlo already this spring, has a 7-2 record over Dolgopolov.“It’s always special when I come back to Paris where I have had so many wonderful moments in my career,” said Nadal at the draw ceremony ahead of the French Open which starts on Sunday.One glance at the draw would have left the 31-year-old Spaniard feeling even more special after former champions Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka as well as clay court dangerman Dominic Thiem all landed in the other half of the draw where Alexander Zverev is the second seed.Nadal’s path to the final could see him face childhood friend Richard Gasquet in the third round, possibly Denis Shapovalov in the last-16, then Kevin Anderson, who he beat in the 2017 US Open final, and third-seed Marin Cilic in the semi-finals.Zverev, who lost to Nadal in the Rome final last weekend, has never got beyond the third round in Paris and was defeated in the first round last year.The 21-year-old German, who is seeded second in the absence of Roger Federer, begins his French Open against Ricardis Berankis of Lithuania.Djokovic, the 2016 champion who is down at 22 in the rankings after struggling to recover from an elbow injury, starts against a qualifier and could meet fourth seed Grigor Dimitrov in the fourth round.The 31-year-old Djokovic showed signs of a return to form in Rome where he made the semi-finals, losing to Nadal.Wawrinka, the 2015 champion in Paris and runner-up to Nadal last year, begins against Spain’s Guillermo Garcia Lopez.Swiss veteran Wawrinka has missed three months of the year after knee surgery and only returned to action in Geneva this week where he won one match before losing in the quarter-finals on Thursday.Defending women’s champion Jelena Ostapenko, fifth in the world, starts against Kateryna Kozlova of Ukraine and could face former world number one and two-time Grand Slam title winner Victoria Azarenka in the second round.Third seed Garbine Muguruza, who beat Williams in the 2016 final, starts against Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova, the 2009 champion in Paris.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
First year prize winners at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last with seated from left Nicola McBride, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Fiona Temple Principal, Eileen McGettigan, Caoimhe Beagley, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal. Photo Clive Wasson.Third year students who received awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last with seated from left Odelle Callaghan, Nicola McBride, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Fiona Temple,Principal, Eileen McGettigan, Caoimhe Beagley, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal and Declan Doherty. Photo Clive Wasson.Second year students who received Attendance Awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last wit seated from left Fiona Temple Principal, Karen Patton, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, Peadar Sullivan and Frank Boyce. Photo Clive Wasson.TRansition year students who received awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last Seated from left are Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple Principal, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee and Scatha Farrell, BOM. Back row Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal and Aisling McAteer. Photo Clive Wasson.Fifth year studens who recieved awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last with seated from left Brendan Meladey, Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple,Principal, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, Susan McKelvey and Breda McGettigan. Photo Clive Wasson.Orla McGonigle, Best Junior Cert at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Photo Clive Wasson.Sixth Year Award winners at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last Anne Marie Doherty, Gillian Marley, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple,Principal, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, and Catherine Crawford. Back row Year Head, Dympna English and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal. Photo Clive Wasson.Winners of the Student of the year awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Seated from left are Scatha Farrell, Board of Management, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple, Principal, Gillian Marley, Student of the Year 6th Year, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal. Back from left are Ben Harkin, Dylan McBride, Rosa Barrett, Chloe Bradley, Erin Mallon, Aine Greene, Aoife Sweeney and Zoe Greene. Photo Clive Wasson.Gillian Marley, Student of the Year 2014 with Fiona Temple Principal and Bernie Marley at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Photo Clive Wasson.Fiona Temple, Principal, Roisin Boyce, Best Leaving Cert, Orla McGonigle, Best Junior Cert and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Photo Clive Wasson.MULROY COLLEGE, MILFORD PRIZEGIVING PICTURE SPECIAL was last modified: May 19th, 2014 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:donegalMilfordMulroy Collegeprizegiving
A Donegal businessman has been fined €2,500 after illegal diesel was found in one of his lorries.Patrick Bonar, of Calloncar, Drumkeen, appeared at Letterkenny District Court this week.The court heard that one of Mr Bonar’s lorries was stopped by customs officers at Dooballagh, Letterkenny on May 6th, 2010. When tested it was discovered that the lorry contained illegal green diesel after officers used markers to test the fuel.The court heard that the driver of the lorry, Martin McClelland, had a case against him dismissed at a previous court sitting.Patrick Bonar told the court that he had spoken with Mr McCelland after he was approached by customs officers.He said Mr McClelland had told him there was no white diesel at the company’s yard and that he had taken 10 gallons of green diesel.However Mr Bonar said he had no hand, act or part in putting the green diesel in the offending lorry.He said he had two tanks at his yard and both were 5,000 litre tanks which workers were well-aware of.He said he could not explain why Mr McCelland had said there was no white diesel in the tank when there had been.He said both tanks were clearly marked and that all employees were aware of the tanks and what they contained when filling various equipment and up to 13 lorries.“He put it in and he should not have,” said Mr Bonar.However Judge Paul Kelly said that as the owner of the business, Mr Bonner had a responsibility for all his vehicles.He found Mr Bonar guilty, fined him a mandatory fine of €2,500 and allowed him four months to pay.AT HEARING© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedFollow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comDONEGAL BUSINESSMAN FOUND GUILTY OF HAVING GREEN DIESEL IN ONE OF HIS LORRIES was last modified: November 8th, 2011 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)
*Senior Ladies*The Senior Ladies begin their Championship quest with a home game against Four Masters on Sunday 11th August. *U16s*The U16s defeated Letterkenny Gaels on Friday evening by 3-12 to 2-9 but were unfortunately beaten by a point at the hands of Termon last night, 3-12 to 1-19, with Gavin Grier, Odhran Coll and Connor Gormley playing well*Prediction Competition* Current Top 10 Leaderboard. For the full leaderboard why not sign up to our weekly newsletter. To sign up send your name and email address to MilfordDonegalGAA@gmail.com or to 0863400082.*Lotto*This weeks lotto numbers were 5-10-11-21. No jackpot winner, 4 match 3 winners, win €20 each. Enda McHugh, Sean McBride, Roisin & Aisling McCormack, John O’Donnell. Next weeks Jackpot is €1,000.*Evolution Fitness*All paid up club members will now be able to avail of a €10 discount on 3 month membership. Normal 3 month membership is €80 but will be available to members for €70. If interested contact Jack Duddy at Evolution Fitness beside the mart in Milford*Contact Us*For all information and queries contact MilfordDonegalGAA@Gmail.com, follow us on Twitter on @CLGBnaG, and on Facebook on www.facebook.com/clgbaile.nangalloglach or see our website www.milford.donegal.gaa.ie/ *Daniel O’Donnell Concert*The Donegal G.A.A. Supporters Club would like to remind all Donegal followers that tickets for the Daniel O’ Donnell concert in the Great Northern Hotel are selling fast so you are advised to reserve your tickets immediately. Daniel will be in Concert with Mary Duff on Wednesday August 7th and tickets are available direct from the hotel. Tel: 071-9841204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All proceeds from this concert will go to the Donegal G.A.A. Supporters Club who wish to acknowledge this extremely generous gesture by Daniel.*Unemployed*Are you in receipt of Social Welfare and unemployed for more than twelve months? Are you interested in coaching Gaelic Games? If so you may be eligible to partake in a Social Employment Scheme, Sponsored by the Club, training will be provided. For more information contact Joe at 086-8547114 or email@example.com *Training*Seniors: Tues & Thurs at 7pmLadies: Wed (6.30pm) & Sat (10am)Gaelic for Mothers: Tues at 7pmU12s: Fri at 5.30pm*Milford GAA Club Gear*Club gear is now available to order. Anyone who has ordered club gear but yet received it are to contact either Aidan or Barry. The range of club gear includes Hoodies, Tracksuits tops, Windcheaters, hats, navy polo shirts, white polo shirts, and t-shirts. There is some lovely gear available at very reasonable prices and photos are available to view on the club Facebook page. Orders can be placed with either Barry on 086-3400082 or Aidan on 087-1223177.Hoodies (Kids 5-11: €29.99. Kids 13-14: €38. Adults S-XXL: €39.99)Track top (13/14 – Adult XXL: €38)Windcheater (Adult S-XXL: €23)Hat (€7.50)Polo Shirts (Navy) (13/14 – Adult XXL: €29.99)Training T-Shirt (Kids 5-11: €18. Kids 13-14: €19.99. Adults S-XXL: €23)Initials can be added at an additional €2 eachGAA NEWS – MILFORD U16s DEFEAT LETTERKENNY GAELS was last modified: August 6th, 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:Milford GAA notes