Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – May 27, 2019 WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Google+ Pinterest Twitter Google+ Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR A man has been seriously injured after being assaulted and hit by a van in Derry.The incident occurred in Drumleck Gardens during the early hours of yesterday morning.A 32 year old man was taken to hospital with serious injuries after he was assaulted and struck by a van at around 1.40 a.m.The assailant then made off in the van.Detective Inspector Conor McStravick said: “We would like to hear from anyone who was in the area or who may know the current whereabouts of the van, which is believed to be a blue Vauxhall. Detectives can be contacted by calling 101, quoting reference 225 26/05/19.” Man seriously injured after being hit by van in Derry Twitter WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Harps come back to win in Waterford Facebook Pinterest Previous articleJordan elected after 12th count in DonegalNext articleTwo women reportedly sexually assaulted in Derry News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Veronica Kristiansen three years more at Gyori AUDI ETO KC 1 Comment Gabor Danyi and Gyori AUDI ETO KC to part ways CundErik 2. March 2020. at 20:59 Related Items:Gyori Audi ETO KC, ŽRK Budućnost 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail FCKETO Recommended for you ZRK Buducnost stop preparation due COVID 19 positive – Whole team in self-isolation! ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsZRK Buducnost had 22:16 in 39th minute against Gyori Audi ETO KC in Podgorica, but that wasn’t enough for Montenegrian girls to win the battle against reigning Women’s EHF Champions League winners.At the end, eigh goals of ex-Buducnost star Katarina Bulatovic with the help of her team-mates made turnover and helped Hungarian champions to win the first place in the group and found out the rivals for the TOP 8 clashes.Gyori Audi ETO KC will play against CSM Bucharest for the placement at Women’s EHF Champions League Final4 in Budapest.BUDUCNOST – GYORI AUDI ETO KC 27:28 (17:12)BUDUCNOST: Sando (11 saves i 2 7-meter), Vujisić, Radičević 7 (3), Jauković 2, Pletikosić 1, Vujović, Džaferović, Lazović 6, Godeč, Brnović, Bulatović, Ramusović, 1 Mehmedović 4, Kadović, Raičević 6.GYOR: Leynaud (7 saves), Kis (7 saves), Grimbsbo, Edwige, Bratset 1, Hansen 1, Oftedal 4, Amorim Taleska 4, Kristiansen 2, Fodor 4, Kurtović, Nze Minko 1, Bulatović 8, Bodi, Faluvegi 2, Puhalak 1.STANDING:1.Gyor W 9810274:22317 2.Brest Bretagne W 9711282:23615 3.Buducnost W 9504248:23710 4.Ramnicu Valcea W9315216:2177 5.Krim W9117221:2683 6.Savehof W9108207:2672PHOTO: ZRK Budućnost Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
The Google Fiber Space at State Line and Westport Road. Go there. Put your name in the computer.Now that the agreements are signed, are you wondering what you can do to spur Google Fiber to build out its network to your area and bring its high speed Internet and television service to your house at long last?“But,” perhaps you are saying, “I’m just one person! What can I do to bend the will of a global corporate behemoth? I’m just going to stay on the coach and keep shoving ice cream at my face.”Wellsir, buck up! You may have the ability to draw the company’s attention after all, according to Prairie Village city administrator Quinn Bennion.During a report to the Prairie Village City Council on Monday, Bennion relayed a message from a Google representative about how the company is mapping its next build out moves.“They mentioned that as you hear from residents about wanting Google to come to their areas, encourage them to go to the Fiber Space and register,” Bennion said. “They won’t be registering for a Fiberhood, but Google still uses those address points to determine where the next Fiberhoods will go forward.”Which is to say: Want Google Fiber to come to your city faster? Take a trip to Westport Road and State Line and put your address in the computer.Do it. Do it. Is it done yet? Do it.
Belle is a 7 year old domestic shorthair. She was adopted through the Santa Fe Animal Shelter. She loves to have her picture taken and lift spirits around Los Alamos. She is a member of theLynette, Joe and Dylan Cordell family. Courtesy photo Ed is a 6 years old domestic shorthair. She was found under a shed on Mother’s Day 2013. She was living with her mother and siblings. They were rounded up and taken to the Los Alamos Animal Shelter. Ed was adopted is still very shy around people she does not know but still does her best to lift spirits around Los Alamos. She also is a member of the Lynette, Joe and Dylan Cordell family. Courtesy photo
Tries from Harry Thacker, Alapati Leiua, Andy Uren, Chris Vui, Ben Earl, Piers O’Conor and Luke Morahan capped a second successive bonus point win for Lam’s men – and the Director of Rugby praised the Bears for ‘coming home strong’.Strong finish”We started pretty well, and then we lost control. When we got to 21-3 ahead, we needed to control our game a lot better.“The first 20 and the last 20 were good – in between wasn’t particularly great, around our control before half time. But to be fair, we didn’t have much ball after half time, but it was tremendous defence to keep them out. But it was again, from silly penalties and we had no ball.“The message was: get the ball. Once we get the ball, look after it because there is plenty of opportunity out there and we came home strong.’Great offloading’“We try to improve for every game, and we take the five points – that’s two (games) down out of the four in 14 days and we’ve got to see how everyone recovers. We’ve got another short, four-day turnaround to Wasps, which will be tough, because they are going really well.“So, I’m pleased with the boys for getting the five, but lots to work on. If you want to win titles, your discipline has got to be better but, in the final quarter, we were superb.”There was some great off-loading and, win or lose, we always say we will take the points and take the learnings.”
Kootenay Ice affiliate goalie Tenzin Mint was named Leafs Game Star Friday in Kimberley. Emery Neilson was Nelson’s Game Star Saturday, finishing the game with three points. Cole Wyatt, who earned Nelson’s Firefighter of the Game award, also had a goal and two helpers for three points. Two ex-Leafs had no answers against their former teammates.Tyler Nypower and Emery Neilson each scored twice sparking Nelson Leafs to a convincing 9-2 thrashing of the Columbia Valley Rockies Saturday in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action at the NDCC Arena.“I don’t think that was Columbia Valley’s best effort. . .. When we played them (in Invermere) they were much more resilient than that,” Leaf coach Mario DiBella said following the game. “They got off to a bit of a slow start and I think we took advantage of their bus feet and our players played a great game.”The contest featured two ex-Leaf netminders, Ben Kelsch and C.J.Wedenig in goal for the visitors in a game both backstops struggled against their former mates.Kelsch, who was instrumental in the Rockies victory over the Leafs in September saw the home side struck for four goals in the final nine minutes of the opening period to erase an early 1-0 lead held by Columbia Valley. Brennan Nelson scored on Leafs goalie Hunter Young to quiet the home crowd.However, Kaleb Comishin tied the game just past the midway point of the period before Keenan Crossman, and Neilson, with a pair, completed the offensive explosion. Nelson increased its lead to 7-1 in the second frame with goals coming from newcomer Cole Wyatt, scoring shorthanded, Reid Wilson and Nypower, with his first of the game. Wilson’s marker ended the night for Kelsch, summoning Wedenig in from the bullpen.Nelson scored his second of the game for the Rockies to make the score 7-2 after 40 minutes.In the third Mitch Lavoie and NY power completed the rout. Nelson, going 2-for-6 with the man advantage, finished the game outshooting the Rockies by a 56-23 advantage.Nitros get better of LeafsDerian Bamber scored twice and Adam Anderson stopped 20 of 21 shots lifting Kimberley Dynamiters to a 4-1 win over Nelson Friday in the Bavarian City.The game featured the two division leaders in the Kootenay Conference.Bamber scored once in the first period as Kimberley built a 2-0 lead. Keegan McDowell scored a backbreaker in the final minute to power the home side to the lead.Following a scoreless second period, Tyson Soobotin gave Nelson life with a goal early in the third period. But Chase Gedny restored the two-goal margin with a power play marker six minutes later before Bamber added an empty net goal.Kimberley outshot the Leafs 34-20 keeping Kootenay Ice affiliate goalie Tenzin Mint busy between the pipes. The Leafs lost defenceman Michael LeNoury in the final period after the rearguard was ejected from the game after receiving a major penalty for check-from-behind.Leaf Notes: Michael LeNoury was hit with a three-game suspension following the major penalty received in Kimberley Friday. LeNoury served the first game Saturday against Columbia Valley. He will miss this weekend’s upcoming road games in Castlegar and Creston. Leaf Captain Jack Karran saw his point streak halted at six games in Kimberley Friday. Karran registered an assist Saturday. Nelson, 19-7-1-1, saw its Murdoch Division lead drop to seven points as Beaver Valley won for the fourth consecutive time, posting weekend wins over Grand Forks and Creston.
AMBASSADOR UCC GLANMIRE have added yet more silverware to their already overflowing collection this weekend, as their 92-49 point win over NUIG Mystics was enough to see them through to be crowned Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League Regular Season champions 2016/17. Saturday 11th March 2017 Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Griffith Swords Thunder v UCD Marian, ALSAA-Dublin, 18:00;Pyrobel Killester v Commercial.ie Eanna, IWA-Clontarf, 19:00;Belfast Star v KUBS BC, Methodist College, 19:00;Templeogue v Garvey’s Tralee Warriors, Oblate Hall Inchicore, 19:30;Radisson Blu UL Eagles v SSE Airtricity Moycullen, UL Arena-Limerick, 19:30; Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:Ambassador UCC Glanmire 92-49 NUIG MysticsPyrobel Killester 56-78 DCU Mercy,Maxol WIT Wildcats 51-64 Courtyard Liffey CelticsPortlaoise Panthers 66-58 Singleton SuperValu Brunell Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League Ambassador UCC Glanmire 92-49 NUIG MysticsTop scorers Ambassador UCC Glanmire: Grainne Dwyer 24, Claire Rockall 16, Aine McKenna 10Top scorers NUIG Mystics: Ebony Wells 24, Hannah Coen 11, Brittany Glasco 5Half time score: Ambassador UCC Glanmire 53-29 NUIG Mystics Links to League tables: Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:http://www.basketballireland.ie/womenssuper Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:http://www.basketballireland.ie/womensdivision1/ Sunday 12th March 2017Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:UCC Demons v DCU Saints, Mardyke Arena-Cork, 15:00; Basketball Ireland (Colleges) Upcoming Fixtures: March 7-8th Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: NUIG Mystics v Portlaoise Panthers, NUIG Galway, 15:00;Meteors v Singleton SuperValu Brunell, Colaiste Iosagain, 16:00;Pyrobel Killester v Ambassador UCC Glanmire, IWA-Clontarf, 18:00; Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:LYIT Donegal 79-85 Keane’s Supervalu KillorglinEJ Sligo All-Stars 96-95 BFG NeptuneTitans 58-82 KestrelsMaree 108-75 Fr MathewsUlster University Elks 69-52 Team KilkennyDublin Lions 110-109 ITC Basketball (after double overtime) Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:http://www.basketballireland.ie/menssuper/ Wednesday’s games will be followed by the Live Draw for the Varsity Play Offs which will be held in IT Carlow on Wednesday March 15th and the Live Draw for the Varsity Tournament 2017 hosted by Trinity College Dublin on the Weekend of the 7th, 8th and 9th of April. Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:http://www.basketballireland.ie/mensdivision1/ Basketball Ireland Women’s Division OneOblate Dynamos 67-60 Marble City HawksUlster University Elks 73-75 UL Huskies Basketball Ireland Women’s Division 1: ITC Basketball v Oblate Dynamos, Barrow Centre-IT Carlow, 13:30;Fr Mathews v Ulster Rockets, Colaiste Chriost Ri, 17:45; Maree 108-75 Fr MathewsTop scorers Maree: Padraig Burke 20, PauliusPeldzius 20, Kenneth Hansberry 16Top scorers Fr Mathews: Sean Cantwell 24, Owen Connolly 15, Daragh Fleming 13, Chris O Flynn 13Half time score: Maree 54-38 Fr Mathews Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One Titans 58-82 KestrelsTop scorers Titans: Toms Fabriciuss 19, Kelvin Atu 9, Eugene Williams 9Top scorers Kestrels: Christopher Teasley 22, Daniel Debosz 20, Dylan Dunne 15Half time score: Titans 32-43 Kestrels Basketball Ireland Detailed Results:Basketball Ireland Men’s Super LeagueSSE Airtricity Moycullen 70-84 TempleogueTop scorers SSE Airtricity Moycullen: James Loughnane 18, Phillip Lawrence-Ricks 14, Patrick Lyons 14Top scorers Templeogue: Jason Killeen 28, Mike Bonaparte 17, Lawrence Summers 13Half time score: SSE Airtricity Moycullen 35-44 Templeogue Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:Courtyard Liffey Celtics v Meteors, Leixlip Centre, 14:45;DCU Mercy v Maxol WIT Wildcats, DCU Complex, 15:30;print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email PLEASE NOTE: NBCC (Colleges) finals take place this week in Oblate Hall, Inchichore, Dublin on Tuesday March 7th, and Wednesday March 8th.Schedule:Tuesday 7th March12:00 Women’s Div.2 Final14:00 Men’s Div.2 FinalWednesday 8th March11:00 Men’s Div.3 Final13:00 Women’s Div.1 Final15:00 Men’s Div.1 Final Basketball Ireland Men’s Division 1: Kestrels v Maree, Colaiste Iosagain, 13:00;ITC Basketball v Ulster University Elks, Barrow Centre-IT Carlow, 15:30;Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin v EJ Sligo All-Stars, Killorglin Sports Centre, 17:00;Team Kilkenny v Dublin Lions, Watershed Sports Complex, 19:00;BFG Neptune v LYIT Donegal, Neptune Stadium, 19:00;Fr Mathews v Titans, Colaiste Chriost Ri, 20:00; Basketball Ireland Upcoming National League Fixtures: March 7-12thTuesday 7th March 2017 Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Pyrobel Killester v Templeogue, IWA-Clontarf, 20:15; Ambassador UCC Glanmire crowned Women’s Super League Regular Season champions 2016/17 The Cork team put on a superb display of skill and flair at their home court yesterday, with Grainne Dwyer top-scoring for her side on 24 points and Claire Rockall and Aine McKenna chipping in for 16 and 10 points respectively. Indeed, the result never looked in any doubt from early on, as Mark Scannell’s charges drove into a 53-29 point lead at half time and cheers echoed around the court as captain Aine McKenna received the title from President of Basketball Ireland, Theresa Walsh.“We’re very pleased, it’s nice to get it – we didn’t win it for a while now, we’ve won the play offs but not the regular season so it’s great to get it,” said Head Coach Mark Scannell. “It just shows that our consistency throughout the season has been very good, with just two losses with one game to go, so it’s a very good return, all things considered. We lost a few players at the start of the year, there was a bit of a changing of the guard, so it’s great for the younger players that we have continued to win and I really think the future is bright for us. We’re not going to get too carried away with it though, we need to get our heads down. We’re very much focused and on track for the play offs in a few weeks’ time.”Elsewhere, Courtyard Liffey Celtics continued their recent winning streak with a big win on the road on Saturday evening as they overcame Maxol WIT Wildcats down in Waterford, 51-64. Portlaoise Panthers bounced back well from their loss last weekend against Liffey Celtics to overcome Singleton SuperValu Brunell 66-58, while DCU Mercy had the better of Pyrobel Killester in the IWA in Clontarf, winning out 51-64 in the end.It was a big weekend for Garvey’s Tralee Warriors in the Men’s Super League meanwhile, as they overcame second place Griffith Swords Thunder 68-61 in front of a capacity crowd at the Tralee Sports Complex. Tralee took the lead early on and drove into a 10-point lead by half-time, 39-29, with Trae Pemberton and Goran Pantovic proving crucial for the home side – the former finishing the game on 25 points.Commercial.ie Éanna secured a vital win over Belfast Star on Friday evening to send them three points clear of KUBS and push them up to third from the bottom of the table, while KUBS just couldn’t get the vital last score against DCU Saints and had to settle for second best as the buzzer sounded on a final scoreline of 77-74 in favour of Saints. Templeogue came out on top in their clash over SSE Airtricity Moycullen in the first of three games they are due to play in seven days, as they face Pyrobel Killester on Tuesday evening (March 8th) before welcoming Garvey’s Tralee Warriors to Oblate Hall on Saturday evening (March 11th).It was a long road back to Cork for UCC Demons meanwhile as, after being on level pegging with Pyrobel Killester at half time (44-44), they fell to an 87-74 defeat, while Radisson Blu UL Eagles suffered a ten point loss at the hands of UCD Marian.Basketball Ireland Results: March 3-5thBasketball Ireland Men’s Super LeagueCommercial.ie Éanna 89-74 Belfast StarSSE Airtricity Moycullen 70-84 TempleoguePyrobel Killester 87-74 UCC DemonsDCU Saints 77-74 KUBS BCRadisson Blu UL Eagles 77-87 UCD MarianGarvey’s Tralee Warriors 68-61 Griffith Swords Thunder
Pearse StadiumSaturday 9th: Claregalway v An Spideal 4.15 County Senior Football Quarter FinalSt. James v Mountbellew/Moylough 6pm County Intermediate Football Quarter Final Tuam StadiumSaturday 9thCounty Intermediate Football Quarter FinalOranmore/Maree v Williamstown 4.15 County Senior Football Quarter FinalTuam Stars v Monivea/Abbey 5.45pmprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Sunday 10th:County Senior Football Quarter FinalCorofin v Maigh Cuilinn 2pmAnnaghdown v Leitir Mór 3.45pm CorofinSaturday 9thCounty Senior Football Relegation Quarter FinalBarna v Killererin 4pm County Senior Football Relegation Quarter FinalKillannin v An Cheathru Rua 6pm
What a glorious weekend it proved for Ballinasloe RFC as all eyes were on the Sportsground for the 2 Girls Connacht Cup finals on Sunday. First up was the U16 girls who faced a strong combined Portumna/Loughrea side. The game remained tight and scoreless for much of the first half with a huge defensive effort from Portumna/Loughrea but that wasn’t to last. After spending much of the half in Portumna’s 22, Ballinasloe’s Joann Curley powered over from a massive forwards drive to touch down for the first. Another try was added by Clodagh Powell to bring the score to 10 – 0 at half time.The Ballinasloe girls picked up where they left off after the break with 2 more trys added by Avril Deely and a conversion by Joann Curley to finish 22-0. The win topped off a sensational undefeated season for these girls having already won the U16 League title. They were led by their management team of Dermot Frehill, Noel Gavin, Mike McCann, Mark Harrigan, Annmarie McCann & Sinéad Manning. The U18 decider saw two sides meet in the culmination of a friendly rivalry stretching a number of years. Ballinasloe took on Westport RFC just a week after they also met in the U18 League final replay which was won by the Ballinasloe side and this game again lived up to the billing in an exciting game of free-flowing rugby. Ballinasloe went into a 12-0 lead with tries from Aoibheann Reilly and Alisha Manning, but true to form, Westport fought back with 2 tries to level it at 12-12. However, Ballinasloe was able to find another gear as Irish international Béibhinn Parsons ran in four brilliant tries, along with a try from Kate O’Meara while Alisha Manning also added her second. The scoreline was consistently added to from the kicking tee with another great performance from Meabh Deely. Westport never gave up, playing right to the final whistle and powered over for two more tries, but it was Ballinasloe’s day as they won out 50-24.The girls’ success is a testament to their management who have brought them up through the grades for the last 6 years. They are Stephen Reilly, Dermot Tierney, Gearoid Finneran, Ann Conlon, Andrew Mannion, Rita O’Hara, Fionnuala Reilly & Tommy Grehan. Both teams were cheered on by a huge Ballinasloe contingent of family and loyal followers led by Ballinasloe RFC President Tom Horkan with cups and medals presented by Connacht Rugby President Mossy Moran. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
SPURS will ask Manchester United to let them have Anthony Martial as part of any deal taking Toby Alderweireld to Old Trafford.Tottenham chief Mauricio Pochettino is ready to let the Belgian go after an injury-plagued season at Wembley but Spurs are determined to drive a hard bargain, valuing Alderweireld at £70m-plus.5 Spurs want Anthony Martial as part of any deal for Toby AlderweireldCredit: PA:Press AssociationThe Londoners know they need to sell now to prevent Alderweireld being able run down his contract or use a clause to move for just £22m next summer.And if any deal is on the table, Tottenham are ready to make their own move for France ace Martial, who has fallen down the United pecking order under Jose Mourinho.Spurs refused to buckle when Alderweireld, 29, demanded a rise to £150,000 per week in order to sign a new deal at the club.Tottenham had offered Alderweireld an increase to £110,000 per week but the negotiations were broken off as the Belgian’s status in the Spurs squad diminished.Tottenham, Man United, PSG… where does Toby Alderweireld’s future lie? 5 Tottenham value defender Alderweireld at £70millionCredit: Getty Images – Getty5 Spurs know they need to sell now to prevent the Belgian running down his contractCredit: PA:Press Association5 Mauricio Pochettino is a big fan of French star MartialCredit: PA:Press Association5 Poch believes he can reignite Martial’s career and that he can provide extra firepower to his attackCredit: PA:Empics SportPochettino made it clear at the end of the season that he regarded Jan Vertonghen and Davinson Sanchez as his first-choice central defensive duo, signalling his readiness to let Alderweireld go.But Poch is keen on landing Martial, who has always impressed against Tottenham with his pace and versatility.The best Premier League goals of the season: what was your favourite?VIDAL JAIL THREAT Arturo Vidal could face up to ten years in jail for ‘GBH’United landed the young Frenchman from Monaco in 2015 in a deal worth up to £58m but he has struggled to make a mark in his two years under Mourinho.Pochettino, though, believes he can reignite Martial’s career and give Spurs extra firepower as they prepare for their return to N17 and their new 62,000 home next season.Some of the funniest moments from this seasons Premier League