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Cartoon: September 9, 2015

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Cartoon: July 27, 2016

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Light shed on last moments of woman fleeing ex-lover

first_imgSAN FERNANDO – Shayla Phillips spoke calmly as she told a 911 dispatcher that she was being followed by a vengeful ex-lover. But as she sped around Northridge and North Hills last May – unfamiliar territory for a girl from South Los Angeles – Phillips grew anxious. Her cell phone dropped the 911 call and when she redialed she frantically sought help from another dispatcher. “I’m running out of gas and I can’t stop and get gas because they are on my tail,” Phillips, 22, said, according to a recording of the call played Tuesday in San Fernando Superior Court. “Can you get to the police station?” the dispatcher asked. “I’m trying but I’m running out of gas.” Moments later, Phillips, who had been driving at up to 100 mph, plowed through a red light at Roscoe and Reseda boulevards and slammed into a full-size truck. She died within minutes, and a firefighter on his way to work spent the next 31/2 weeks in a coma. Lakaysha Redd, the 17-year-old ex-girlfriend Phillips told police she was fleeing, is charged with her murder and eight other felonies. She has pleaded not guilty. Her preliminary hearing, which began Tuesday and should be completed today, shed some light on the minutes before Phillips died – and the months leading up to that day. Police said Lakaysha’s vehicle was behind Phillips’ and that she slowed down as she approached Reseda Boulevard and avoided the high-speed collision. Then she turned right and drove home, they said. Hours later, Lakaysha called Phillips’ lover, Abony Broadway, and told her Phillips had been in “a serious accident” without elaborating, Broadway testified Tuesday. brad.greenberg@dailynews.com (818) 713-3634160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Kolasinac vindicates Wenger’s judgement

first_imgSead Kolasinac, the Bosnian left wing-back, is unlikely to make the same sort of impact at Arsenal as Patrick Vieira or Thierry Henry, but his pre-season arrival on a free transfer from Schalke 04 proves Wenger can still spot unheralded talent.Saturday saw Kolasinac scored his third goal for the Gunners, and first in the Premier League, to cancel out a first-half opener by Swansea’s Sam Clucas. Kolasinac then set up the winner for Aaron Ramsey.“Since he has arrived he has convinced everyone that he is a good signing,” Wenger said. “And when you see the quality of his performance today, you can see there are still some good deals to make out here.“Kolasinac was decisive today because he scored and made an assist. He has the natural qualities that suit his position as a wing-back, first that as a defender he is more offensive. And secondly because he has the body power in his game that you absolutely need in the Premier League.”– Deja vu –Wenger might have added that the Bosnian also has the willingness to play on despite injury that supporters appreciate. Although he finally came off the field 12 minutes from time, he did so reluctantly.“He had a hip injury before but came back today,” Wenger said. “We hope to get him fit for next Sunday against Manchester City.“He wanted to play on but it came back a bit too much and I thought there was no need to take a gamble,” the veteran French manager added.Wenger’s first league game in charge in 1996 finished with the same raw scoreline albeit against a different opponent — “away to Blackburn, 2-1 for Arsenal,” he recalled.“When you play 800 times, you have some deja vus.”Many away teams turn up at the Emirates intent solely on defending but Wenger, as he has often done, found a way to win the tactical battle and the game.“At half time I was a little worried and I knew that Swansea had conceded only one away goal,” he said.“It was important to play quicker, sharper, with more penetration, which we did in the second half.”Paul Clement, the Swansea manager, bemoaned Andre Ayew’s failure to capitalise after catching Per Mertesacker in possession just before half time, Petr Cech saving his shot.“It was a big chance,” he said. “Two-nil at half-time and it’s a different situation.“We played well in the first half but they have so many talented offensive players that you have to stay focused for the whole game.“Their first goal was a bit lucky — the ball was bouncing around. I was more disappointed with the second. We didn’t get the details right, we were too open.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey celebrates after scoring the second goal of the match against Swansea City at the Emirates Stadium in London on October 28, 2017 © AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVASLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 28 – Arsene Wenger first made his name as Arsenal manager by discovering players that few rivals had spotted and signing them at bargain prices.Victory in his 800th league game in charge, 2-1 against Swansea City at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, came thanks to another player who attracted few headlines when he arrived at the north London club.last_img read more

‘Steven Gerrard next Liverpool manager, Carragher his assistant!’ – Reds fans react to captain’s emotional press conference

first_img Gerrard 1 Steven Gerrard will play his last game at Anfield in a Liverpool shirt on Saturday and the Reds’ fans are coming to terms with the club legend’s impending departure.Making 708 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions, the former England captain will leave Anfield at the end of the season, joining MLS side LA Galaxy.In his last press conference at the club’s Melwood training ground, Gerrard said his only regret at the club was failing to win a Premier League trophy.Liverpool fans took to Twitter to express their sorrow ahead of the game against Crystal Palace, with many saying the reality of Gerrard leaving still hasn’t sunk in.last_img

Transfer news: Bournemouth back in for Netherlands international

first_img Jonathan de Guzman Bournemouth are set to reignite their interest in Jonathan de Guzman in January.The Cherries have been hit by a number of long-term injuries to key players this term and chairman Jeff Mostyn is ready to splash the cash.De Guzman was on the club’s radar in the summer and the Cherries are planning to make a fresh move for the 28-year-old when the transfer window re-opens in the New Year.According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the former Swansea midfielder is eager to return to the Premier League, with his first-team opportunities at Napoli limited.The report claims Napoli will not stand in the Dutchman’s way should they receive a sufficient offer from Bournemouth and a deal could be agreed in principle before the transfer window opens.Bournemouth want to add Premier League experience to their squad as they battle to avoid relegation back to the Championship and see De Guzman, who has been capped 14 times by the Netherlands, as an ideal player to bolster the centre of their midfield. 1last_img read more

RESULTS: BALLYLIFFIN COASTAL CHALLENGE RESULTS

first_imgIT was another fantastic Ballyliffin Coastal Challenge on Saturday with 670 taking part despite a typical soft Irish day!Yesterday’s report is here: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2012/04/07/michael-black-wins-tough-ballyliffin-coast-challenge/ Results and more pix below: BALLYLIFFIN COASTAL 10M CHALLENGEPlace SURNAME FIRST NAME NO. Time1 BLACK MICHAEL 988 55.322 O’CONNELL PAUL 918 55.483 MCINTYRE PIUS 846 56.014 HARKIN JOHN 732 57.155 CROSSAN BRIAN 814 57.226 REA MARTIN 804 57.447 MCSHANE SHAUN 841 58.398 HANNIGAN DANIEL 831 58.519 MULLAN BENNY 874 58.5610 MCLAUGHLIN GERARD 827 59.3611 MCGETTIGAN SEAN 971 61.1412 O’DONNELL PAURIC 927 61.1513 NICELL PATRICK 863 61.1714 GORMLEY MARTY 1880 61.4315 MOONEY MARTIN 829 61.5916 DOHERTY GARRET 206 62.5217 JACOB KEVIN 16 62.5918 DUNCAN BILL 803 63.1019 DOHERTY PAUL 246 63.2120 BYRNE MARTIN 955 63.3221 DUFFY MICHAEL 880 63.5822 MCGEE MALCOLM 812 64.3323 WALSH RONAN 843 65.0424 COLIN DEAN 294 65.1925 MCKINNEY OWEN 857 65.5126 BUCHANAN NIGEL 110 65.5927 GRAHAM JUDI 60 66.1628 MCGINLEY FRANKIE 983 66.4329 HARKIN OLIVER 745 66.5130 MULLIGAN GARVAN 274 67.0131 MARSTON NATHAN 868 67.0332 HARKIN DANNY 4 67.0933 SMYTH KEVIN 224 67.3234 BOYCE CLIVE 993 67.3535 SHARKEY MAURICE 834 67.4036 ODOHERTY GERRY 782 67.4837 MCLAUGHLIN PAUL 933 67.5238 DEVENNEY MARTIN 832 68.1139 POWER PAT 1863 68.2740 MCCALLION PATRICK 1874 68.3041 REILLY MICHAEL 768 68.3242 ORR BILLY 774 68.3443 DEVENEY MICHAEL 970 68.5644 HARKIN KIERAN 3 69.0345 MCLAUGHLIN MICHAEL 203 69.0746 FOWLEY STEPHEN 270 69.1347 MCCAY DECLAN 162 69.1848 FOWELL NICHOLAS 840 69.2049 HARKIN GERARD 140 69.4850 WILSON JOHN PAUL 957 69.5451 KILLEN RYAN 241 69.5952 BURKE JONATHAN 109 70.0153 BRADLEY SEAN 1878 70.2054 QUIGLEY AOIFE 917 70.3655 MARTIN CONNOR 930 70.3756 CAHOON GREGORY 932 70.3957 DOHERTY PADDY 148 70.5158 MCGONIGLE ANDREW 735 71.0059 DOHERTY BARRY 819 71.0360 WILSON CATHAL 1876 71.0561 MCGINLEY CHRISTIAN 208 71.0762 MCGETTIGAN PAULINE 43 71.1563 MORGAN GERALD 793 71.3964 MAGUIRE MICHAEL 289 71.4065 GALLAGHER SHANE 287 71.4166 FOGERTY FRANK 64 71.4467 MCLAUGHLIN JAMES 991 71.4568 MCNULTY CHRISTOPHER 805 71.5369 DOHERTY THOMAS 872 71.5370 MORRISSEY JOHN 835 72.0371 MCHUGH MANUS 849 72.1172 TOLAND SEAN 733 72.1773 GRANT JOHN 928 72.1974 LYNCH NOEL 268 72.2175 CRILLY JOHN 200 72.2276 GILFEDDER JOHN 216 72.2977 MCCOLGAN JOHN 128 72.3678 MULLIGAN RONAN 273 72.3979 RICE SIMON 254 72.5780 MARTIN PAUL 929 72.5981 BARRETT MICHAEL 113 73.1582 MCGONIGLE SEAMUS 813 73.1583 DIVER ROISIN 197 73.2384 WALKER PATRICK 756 73.2685 SWEENEY JOHN 877 73.3186 MCCOLGAN GERARD 130 73.3587 MCGONIGLE DANIEL 184 73.3588 MCCAFFERTY EUGENE 27 74.0089 LONG DUANE 987 74.0790 DOHERTY DONNA 88 74.1491 WALSH OLIVER 726 74.1592 DONAGHEY KEVIN 123 74.1693 HARRIGAN RORY 845 74.1794 MCLAUHGLIN FRANCIS 722 74.2195 DOHERTY SEAMUS 892 74.2796 DUFFY EDWARD 881 74.3397 DUNNE PATRICK 73 74.3898 MCDONALD MICHAEL 36 74.4499 GILMORE MARK 195 74.56100 MCFADDEN RORY 806 74.59101 CARLIN DECLAN 1881 75.02102 GREENE CATHAL 854 75.05103 MCDAID SHAUN 721 75.07104 DONAGHEY ZOE 291 75.10105 MCKINNEY PETER 278 75.14106 DOBSON LESTER 828 75.15107 DUNDEE MICK 229 75.26108 PEARSON ALAN 295 75.27109 MAHON SEOSAMH 847 75.28110 MCKINNEY HENRY 207 75.32111 COYLE PAUL 276 75.33112 MCGONAGLE CONOR 720 75.38113 POWER ANNEMARIE 1864 75.38114 HARKIN ANTHONY 5 75.45115 DOHERTY MICHAEL 232 75.50116 ELGAR JANE 70 75.55117 WHELAN BRENDAN 961 76.01118 MCCRACKEN STEVEN 187 76.05119 DOHERTY HUGH 851 76.07120 REILLY ÚNA 138 76.14121 MCLAUGHLIN JOHN 284 76.19122 O’NEILL JASON 280 76.21123 MCDAID SEAMUS 893 76.21124 MCDERMOTT SEAMUS 860 76.31125 DUNNE CLIODHNA 210 76.36126 MCGONIGLE WILLIAM 169 76.37127 WARNOCK DARREN 931 76.42128 DUFFY BRENDAN 286 76.43129 DOHERTY MICHAEL 160 76.45130 MCGONAGLE BEN 283 76.45131 O RIAIN ROISIN 885 76.49132 NÍ RIAIN DOIREANN 884 76.51133 MCCROSSAN GABRIEL 262 76.55134 MCDAID SEAMUS 275 76.57135 LOGUE MARK 946 76.58136 FARREN JOHN 172 77.00137 MCCARRON KEITH 121 77.13138 GALLAGHER SIOBHAN 839 77.13139 MURRAY GARY 1895 77.34140 HARKIN PATRICK 143 77.39141 WHITE PATRICK 242 77.51142 BOVAIRD CIARAN 833 77.54143 CUNNINGHAM JOSEPHINE 951 77.54144 DONAGHEY HENRY 75 78.17145 DOHERTY SHAUN 85 78.22146 DEVLIN SEAN 223 78.23147 POWER GARY 919 78.25148 BYRNE BRIDGEEN 954 78.27149 MURPHY OLIVER 937 78.31150 MCDAID GREGORY 848 78.35151 HARRISON LAURENCE 8 78.39152 MCCULLOUGH MARTIN 861 78.39153 LYLE DAVID 856 78.54154 FUREY DAVID 126 78.57155 SCANLON KARL 213 78.57156 HOLMES BEN 11 79.04157 GILMORE KEVIN 167 79.05158 HARKIN LIAM 916 79.11159 SCOTT PAUL 763 79.17160 WHITE SEAN 1872 79.22161 KELLY DERMOT 257 79.23162 GALLAGHER PADDY 838 79.26163 MCMENAMIN MICHAEL 992 79.30164 REILLY CONOR 137 79.33165 MCGARRY CONOR 238 79.33166 DOHERTY CIARÁN 237 79.39167 FALLON RAY 154 79.45168 COLEMAN KEITH 984 79.54169 DOHERTY GERARD 205 79.55170 RUDDY KATRINA 895 79.55171 MCKINNEY HENRY 204 80.04172 CONNORS JAMES 99 80.09173 MCLAUGHLIN BERNARD 890 80.09174 PORTER MICHAEL 891 80.09175 MCELENEY CHRISTOPHER 909 80.15176 FOLEY SEAN 250 80.26177 FUREY DERMOT 155 80.34178 COYLE PAUL 272 80.34179 FUREY BRIAN 157 80.37180 MCGETTIGAN ANNE 949 80.49181 GEAROID BREATHNACH 124 80.54182 MCGONIGLE EAMON 811 80.57183 FARREN ANTHONY 741 81.06184 MORRISON TONY 1894 81.34185 CONNEELY CLAIRE 101 81.40186 MAHON EAMONN 842 81.42187 MCGUINNESS HAROLD 51 81.44188 EGAN GAVAN 736 81.46189 MULHERN DECLAN 996 81.50190 FARREN PATRICK 740 82.13191 MCCREADY HELEN 852 82.13192 MCLAUGHLIN PATRICIA 120 82.15193 MURPHY PATRICK 866 82.32194 HARKIN SEAMUS 144 82.36195 DOHERTY THERESA 950 82.37196 HANLON CONOR 948 82.38197 DORRIAN RYAN 1870 82.38198 MCNAMEE PATRICK 1869 82.41199 FAHERTY NIALL 69 82.53200 O’DEORAIN FRANK 784 82.57201 MCGONIGLE DANIEL 182 82.58202 SHERLOCK DOHERTY MARIE 225 83.01203 LONG MARTIN 192 83.02204 CONVERY RORY 905 83.02205 CONNOLLY PAULINE 100 83.07206 O’BRIEN JOHN 118 83.20207 MCELHINNEY PAUL 119 83.20208 MURPHY MATTY 836 83.26209 SULLIVAN SHARON 837 83.34210 ROONEY MARTIN 920 83.34211 WARNES MARK 159 83.35212 MCMENAMIN CAROLINE 820 83.41213 MCGRATH STEPHEN 958 83.41214 MCMENAMIN PAUL 821 83.55215 MCNULTY DEIRDRE 1862 84.12216 ODONNELL DENIS 779 84.13217 JACKSON LINDA 145 84.26218 MCDERMOTT DEREK 994 84.28219 LEONARD KEITH 22 84.33220 D’URSO ANITA 256 84.34221 MCMENAMIN JOHNNY 288 84.39222 DOHERTY CIARAN 936 84.43223 MCLAUGHLIN MICHAEL 1873 84.55224 DEVLIN SHANE 178 85.12225 LOGAN CIARAN 995 85.17226 MCELHINNEY SEAMUS 236 85.31227 MULHERN JOHN 792 85.39228 MCLAUGHLIN PHILLIP 202 85.50229 HOWARD DENTON 165 86.14230 MCLAUGHLIN AIDEEN 963 86.34231 MCDAID TANYA 33 86.42232 KELLY FRANK 18 86.46233 MCFAUL PJ 40 86.54234 DONAGHEY LIAM 77 87.04235 GILFEDDER CATHERINE 215 87.33236 LEONARD MARGARET 23 87.41237 PETO JOHN 264 87.53238 SHERIDAN PAULINE 177 87.56239 D’URSO GAETANO 252 87.56240 CASEY BEN 723 87.58241 WHITE GARY 243 88.13242 DEIGNAM HELEN 883 88.14243 DOHERTY JIM 152 88.20244 MCELHINNEY TONY 965 88.23245 SPENCER AVRIL 758 88.24246 DONAGHEY PAUL 749 88.25247 MCCOLGAN MARY 129 88.28248 SMITH CONNOR 759 88.34249 O’DONNELL MARTIN 299 88.38250 DOHERTY CLODAGH 867 88.43251 NICHOLAS MARK 786 88.53252 PIERCE ERIC 973 89.05253 GRANT BERNIE 59 89.10254 DOHERTY JACKIE 226 89.22255 RODDEN DEIRDRE 222 89.36256 DOHERTY CHARLIE 281 89.37257 DOHERTY VINCENT 282 89.44258 MCLAUGHLIN TANYA 240 89.47259 MCCARRON HELENA 29 90.10260 COLLINS MAUREEN 300 90.11261 MCHALE MARY 149 90.14262 LYNCH STEPHEN 219 90.22263 MARTIN ALAN 218 90.25264 RONGE VOLKER 1865 90.28265 DOHERTY EUGENE 234 90.29266 MULLAN MICHAEL 259 90.35267 MCFEELY PATRICK 42 90.51268 MCDONAGH ANTHONY 179 90.52269 DONAGHEY MICKEY 290 90.55270 MCGRORY SONYA 873 91.02271 DOHERTY DENISE 164 91.07272 GALLAGHER KEVIN 251 91.11273 DOHERTY AILEEN 198 91.19274 PORTER VIRGIL 772 91.22275 DUGGAN SIOBHÁN 990 91.26276 JEFFERY GAVIN 989 91.28277 O’DONNELL MARGARET 896 91.31278 DOHERTY CONDY 228 91.33279 MCGOWAN MICHAEL 850 91.33280 GILMARTIN AOIFE 876 91.41281 GILMARTIN NIALL 975 91.42282 MURRAY SELENA 153 91.45283 MURPHY DEREK 910 91.47284 KIRKHAM MATT 742 91.48285 MCLAUGHLIN BREEGE 844 91.50286 HARKIN PATRICK 808 91.55287 MCDAID LINDA 34 92.06288 COWLING BRIAN 97 92.07289 HEGARTY MARTIN 292 92.13290 KEARNEY ANTHONY 271 92.22291 DEASLEY MICHAEL 233 92.23292 FLEMING ROY 65 92.33293 LYNCH URSULA 815 93.13294 DOHERTY KEVIN 81 93.19295 QUIGLEY KAREN 1868 93.43296 FARREN DANNY 1899 93.44297 FARREN KAYLA 173 94.00298 LONG VERONICA 926 94.01299 MCCARRON BERNARD 28 94.02300 BARKLEY LIAM 181 94.03301 MCELHINNEY ANNE 964 94.06302 DAVENPORT JAMES 925 94.07303 BRADLEY CLAIRE 168 94.09304 GODFREY DAVID 62 94.14305 MCCOLGAN BRENDAN 728 94.15306 HANLON MARTIN 1887 94.18307 MCDERMOTT DARRAGH 217 94.22308 MCLAUGHLIN SEAMUS 1886 94.27309 MCGINTY JANE 48 94.28310 CARLIN EUGENE 879 94.29311 MCCREADY ANITA 244 94.32312 HARVEY CATHY 9 94.35313 BEATTIE EVA 230 94.45314 DOHERTY MARY 80 95.04315 MCGINTY BRÍD 822 95.22316 DOHERTY MARIA 89 95.25317 SPERRING ROBERT 972 95.31318 MOORE MICHAEL 875 95.49319 DOHERTY JONATHAN 858 96.04320 SWEENEY GARY 859 96.17321 ALLEN ALICE 116 96.18322 MCFEELY LAURA 41 96.19323 MURPHY MARTINA 789 96.20324 CRAIG JACQUELINE 816 96.32325 SWAIL JANINE 221 96.37326 LOGUE JAMIE LEE 25 96.42327 CAREY SHARON 106 96.56328 DOHERTY ELLEN 86 96.57329 MCGEE DARRYL 265 97.03330 SLIAGERIENE RITA-MARIE 760 97.32331 SPROULE HENRY 757 97.36332 BOYLE JAMES 1867 97.43333 BOYLE GRACE 1866 98.24334 HOWARD MARGARET 166 98.25335 HARKIN CAROLINE 150 98.26336 MCLAUGHLIN MARIA 898 98.30337 SCOTT CLARE 762 98.31338 GILL PAULINE 151 98.46339 MCGETTIGAN NOEL 44 99.21340 GILL DYLAN 253 99.22341 WATTERS HELEN 754 99.29342 FUREY CELINE 125 99.30343 DOOLEY PATRICIA 985 100.39344 DOOLEY NOEL 986 100.40345 GRANT MARTINA 58 100.49346 DUNNE JACK 739 101.10347 MCCARRON DENISE 900 101.20348 MCLAUGHLIN REBECCA 897 101.44349 NEALLY EDITH 220 102.05350 D’URSO CLAIRE 255 102.13351 GILL JACKIE 903 102.14352 DOHERTY LIBBY 904 102.15353 ONEILL BRENDA 1890 103.30354 SHINE JOAN 956 104.23355 COLHOUN MARK 196 104.28356 DUFFY COLM 199 104.29357 MCGINLEY ROSEANNE 47 104.50358 TYRRELL BOB 231 104.51359 O’NEILL KEVIN 214 104.52360 KERSHAW ISABEL 19 105.26361 BRESLIN GEMMA 886 105.56362 CUMMISKEY JULIA 170 106.14363 CUMISKEY GLENN 95 107.25364 MCKENNA PATRICK 54 107.26365 MCKENNA LIZ 52 107.27366 MCKENNA KEVIN 53 107.28367 DINNEEN JOHN 1875 107.40368 MCLAUGHLIN ROSEENA 193 107.55369 BRENNAN CAOIMHE 1888 108.45370 BRENNAN DEREK 1889 108.45371 HALL DEE 57 109.50372 DUNNE DEIRDRE 737 109.59373 MCLAUGHLIN DEBORAH 180 110.14374 DORAN KIERAN 74 110.17375 WARD BREEGE 750 110.25376 WARD NOREEN 855 110.26377 DOHERTY ELAINE 82 110.39378 GILL SHARON 901 110.50379 MCELHINNEY SINEAD 38 111.12380 WALSH NIAMH 853 111.23381 MCLAUGHLIN ROISIN 826 111.49382 FAIR SHARON 68 112.05383 MCLAUGHLIN PATRICK 729 112.27384 MCLAUGHLIN DAVID 730 112.28385 MCGRATH LOIS 960 112.47386 MCKINNEY DANIELL 902 113.05387 MCELROY CAITRIONA 921 113.27388 WRIGHT TERI 952 113.28389 DEVLIN CHRISTINE 807 113.32390 MCCONALOGUE TARA 908 113.51391 DOHERTY JOANNE 906 113.52392 PASSMORE PETER 163 113.54393 WRIGHT ANNA 953 114.04394 MCGLINCHEY ATTRACTA 49 115.03395 ODOHERTY MARGARET 781 115.36396 WHITE BRONAGH 1871 115.49397 MCLAUGHLIN BERNIE 139 116.20398 EASTICK VANESSA 878 116.21399 LAVELLE MARIE 227 116.30400 MCCARRON SÉAN 135 116.35     RESULTS: BALLYLIFFIN COASTAL CHALLENGE RESULTS was last modified: April 8th, 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:RESULTS: BALLYLIFFIN COASTAL CHALLENGE RESULTSlast_img read more

DDTV: SHOCK NEW FOOTAGE OF TYRONE KEEPER’S HORROR POINT ATTEMPT AGAINST DONEGAL

first_imgDDTV: If Tyrone keeper Niall Morgan had landed a few more free kicks against Donegal, the scores might have been that wee bit tighter in Ballybofey on Sunday.This new video footage has emerged showing just how wide one of his point attempts really went.Click to Play  DDTV: SHOCK NEW FOOTAGE OF TYRONE KEEPER’S HORROR POINT ATTEMPT AGAINST DONEGAL was last modified: May 28th, 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:DDTV: SHOCK NEW FOOTAGE OF TYRONE KEEPER’S HORROR POINT ATTEMPT AGAINST DONEGALlast_img read more

DDTV: AMHRÁN NA SCADÁN – ÉAMONN GHRÁINNE MAC RUAIRÍ

first_imgSeo e Amhrán na Scadán – Éamonn Ghráinne Mac Ruairí Amhrán iomráiteach ó Oileán Thoraí. Listen to the famous fishing song from Tory Island.It might give you a lift after all the bad news this week.Click to play:  DDTV: AMHRÁN NA SCADÁN – ÉAMONN GHRÁINNE MAC RUAIRÍ was last modified: December 6th, 2011 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:DDTV: AMHRÁN NA SCADÁN – ÉAMONN GHRÁINNE MAC RUAIRÍlast_img read more

MORE THAN HALF OF RELAY FOR LIFE CANCER CASH WILL BE SPENT IN DONEGAL

first_imgMore than HALF of the money donated during the recent Relay for Life cancer fundraising event will be spent directly on Donegal cancer patients.A spokesman has confirmed more than €200,000 of the €350,000 plus raised will go directly to services in the county while the balance will go towards national research.Mairead Lyons of the Irish Cancer Society said she was happy to set the record straight. It follows queries by a number of cancer groups in Co Donegal questioning where the money was being spent.Betty Holmes of the Donegal Action for Cancer Care said she welcomed the confirmation on where exactly the money was going to be spent.However she added “We in Donegal have to ensure that anything happens that we keep cancer patients to the fore because we are not always remembered.”Robert O’Connor of Donegal Relay for Life said there had never been a promise given that ALL the money raised in Donegal would be spent on services in the county. A large amount of money is money raised by the ICS goes towards providing night nursing services.Last year there were 85 nights of care in Co Donegal by nurses provided by the ICS.A large amount of money raised in Donegal will also go towards the setting up of a Daffodil Centre in Letterkenny. MORE THAN HALF OF RELAY FOR LIFE CANCER CASH WILL BE SPENT IN DONEGAL was last modified: July 24th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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