President Ed Woodward proposed the idea to Captain Harry Maguire and he transferred it to the staff, he had no hesitation in accepting, as the English media reports.Former footballer Gary Lineker came to the defense of the players before they made the decision: “I think the Premier League footballers will do something, they will respond. Let us give them a chance to respond before constantly judging them as we do every day. My feeling is that they will cut their salaries. “ The footballers of the Manchester United will be the first of the Premier League in donating part of their salary to health services, as reported by the Daily Mail. 30% of his salary in the next month will be donated to benefit hospitals and health centers in the fight against the coronavirus.
Female umpire, Jamaican Jacqueline Williams, has put forward hard work as the main reason for her meteoric rise in international cricket.Set to stand in the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 (T20) Qualifiers in Thailand starting on Saturday, Williams is the first West Indies female umpire to achieve the feat of officiating at an international tournament.This follows the former Jamaican player, making her international debut in October when she stood in the first one-day and Twenty20 women international fixtures between the West Indies and touring Pakistan in the Caribbean.”I have been working all these times, and I guess the opportunities are coming now,” stated Williams.”It feels good to be doing so many firsts and I am embracing them. One particular first I am also looking forward to is making my first-class debut.”The 39-year-old, upon completing her duties in Asia next week, is scheduled to return to Jamaica, where she is slated to become the first female umpire to officiate at the regional first-class level.The fixture between the Jamaica Scorpions and the Guyana Jaguars is set for Sabina Park between Friday, December 11 and 14.Williams could also become the first West Indian woman to umpire at the ICC Women World Cup that is scheduled to be staged in England in 2017. However, before that, she has one thing on her mind, and that is to do well in Thailand.”My goals at the moment are simple,” she pointed out.”Go to Thailand and do a good job. Thereafter, I will continue to take it one game at a time, and hopefully, over time, I can be that light, that beacon, that encourages other females to take up the sport.”The Women’s World T20 Qualifiers consists of eight teams and will see the two advancing to the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in India next year.The participating countries are Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, the Netherlands, Ireland, China and hosts Thailand.
View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Jason Day, of Australia, watches his tee shot on the sixth hole during the third round of the Wells Fargo Championship golf tournament at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C., Saturday, May 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Quail Hollow was softer and shorter, producing one low score after another before the final groups even started Saturday in the Wells Fargo Championship.Jason Day wasn’t paying attention, which probably helped.ADVERTISEMENT Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Tiger Woods, who started the third round on the same score as Uihlein, Mickelson and McIlroy, failed to take advantage on a course that was set up 228 yards shorter and was soft enough that players actually found pitch marks on the green. Woods finally got going on the back nine with three straight birdies, but a three-putt bogey on the final hole gave him a 68. He was nine shots behind.Peter Malnati’s 36-hole lead didn’t last long. He had a pair of double bogeys, shot 75 and fell seven shots behind.PGA Tour rookie Aaron Wise nearly had a collapse late until he salvaged a most unlikely bogey.Wise, the NCAA champion from Oregon two years ago, pulled his approach left of the 18th green. It bounded over the stream to the other side. With his ball on a sharp downslope a few feet from the rock-framed banks of the stream, he considered a penalty drop that would have taken double bogey out of the picture. Instead, he tried a flop shot and his wedge slid under the ball for a whiff.He hit the next one across the green to 40 feet, and knocked that in for bogey. Two bogeys over the last three holes gave him a 70.“That was going to be a devastating hole,” he said. “So to turn it into a bogey … it gives me a shot tomorrow.”Day is in charge, but not in the clear.He has won four out of five times when he’s had the 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour, and it helps that he doesn’t have too much experience behind him. Watney hasn’t won in nearly six years. Uihlein still hasn’t won on the PGA Tour. Also three shots back were Bryson DeChambeau (66), Paul Casey (69) and Wise.“I’d much rather be in this position than chasing,” Day said.He already has won this year at Torrey Pines in a playoff over Alex Noren. Day has found the desire than he lost last year, and the 30-year-old Australian does not feel that far off from that dominant run two years ago that took him to No. 1 in the world. He was at 10-under 203.Nick Watney overcame a double bogey on the par-5 10th hole with four birdies over his last six holes for a 66. He will be in the final group for the first time in nearly four years as he tries to win for the first time since a back injury two years ago.“To get back in contention, that’s why I play golf. I’m super, super excited,” Watney said. “I’m just going to try to embrace everything that comes with tomorrow and hope I have a chance down the last.”Peter Uihlein finished the front nine with five straight birdies and started the back nine with an eagle. He shot 62, one off Rory McIlroy’s course record, and wound up three shots out of the lead and in the penultimate group.Phil Mickelson shot a 64, his best score of the year. He starts Sunday four shots out of the lead. McIlroy three-putted the last hole and still shot 66. As a testament to the conditions, all he did was shrug. “I didn’t play that well. The score sort of flatters me,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames 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 Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident He The North: LeBron’s bank at buzzer downs Raptors ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ “I feel like it’s right on the end of the tip,” he said, smiling and rubbing together the tips of his fingers. “I’m driving it better than I ever have before in my career. I’m No. 1 in putting and my short game has come back nicely. I definitely think it’s just around the corner. It’s not too far.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ MOST READ When he sputtered at the start, there was no reason to panic that he wasn’t taking advantage of a great day for scoring. And when Day finally picked up his first birdie by blasting a 9-iron out of the rough with the wind at his back from 195 yards to 18 inches on the ninth hole, he was on his way.Day made five birdies over his last 10 holes for a 4-under 67, giving him a two-shot lead as he goes for his second PGA Tour victory this year.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“I was just staying in my own world, staying in my lane and not really thinking about it too much,” Day said. “I knew that if I could just get myself in position … don’t do anything too silly out there and find a way to get back into the swing of things, that I could come out of this on the better half.”Day finished with a daring play on the 18th. 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Professionals from across the Caribbean region are now equipped with the necessary tools in mental health to build resilience and psychosocial support across the Caribbean as the Region prepares for possible impacts from the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season.The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) collaborated with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to host the three-day programme in Barbados, under the theme “Building individual and social resilience to cope with the impacts of natural hazard events: enhancing capacity for mental health and psychosocial support in disaster management in the Caribbean”.The main objective of the project is to establish a roster of persons who can be mobilised to affected countries in the event of a natural disaster, to provide mental health and psychosocial support. In addition, participants will be provided with the tools to conduct additional training in their home countries.Speaking at the opening ceremony on July 9, Daniel Best, Director of Projects, CDB, said while recovery and rehabilitation efforts have typically focused on infrastructure, there is need to prepare populations to better cope with natural hazards by focusing on mental health and psychosocial well-being.“As participants of this workshop, you will be trained in tools to provide mental health and psychosocial support, including the provision of psychological first aid (PFA). PFA is specifically geared towards addressing the immediate and practical psychosocial needs of individuals, families, and communities in the aftermath of aDr. Godfrey Xuerebdisaster. You will play a critical part in current and upcoming recovery and rehabilitation processes. We cannot achieve social resilience and sustainable development without addressing mental health and psychosocial well-being”, Best has said.Delivering the feature address at the opening of the workshop, Lt. Col. Jeffrey Bostic, the Barbados Minister of Health and Wellness, noted that given the region’s vulnerability to natural disasters, the training provided during the workshop would enable the mobilisation of a regional response in the event of a disaster.“We are becoming increasingly aware of the emotional and mental toll that severe disasters have on populations, and the need to design appropriate strategies. The psychological impact of such devastation, including loss of life in some instances, cannot be overlooked. Immediate and focused interventions are needed to assist individuals to cope with loss, devastation, and to provide the tools to emotionally support individuals and their families to the eventual transition to normalcy, or their new norm”, Minister Bostic said.Dr. Godfrey Xuereb, PAHO/WHO Representative for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, said PAHO is focused on including mental health support in its interventions.“Addressing mental health and psychosocial support has become a priority in our disaster preparedness efforts both at the national and at the regional level. We need to raise mental health awareness pre and post disaster… Over the coming days, we hope to train a cadre of persons to enable them to identify immediate needs, and tailor interventions during humanitarian emergencies, placing particular emphasis on vulnerable groups and gender-based vulnerability,” said Xuereb.
Charrandas citizenship controversyBarbara Patricia Pilgrim, the new Member of Parliament who replaced Charrandas Persaud after his expulsion from his Alliance For Change (AFC) parliamentary seat due to his December 21, 2018, conscience vote, is reportedly a holder of dual citizenship.Former AFC MP Charrandas PersaudThis is according to well-placed sources, who affirmed that the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) parliamentarian is a United States (US) citizen. This comes at a time when Government has argued that Persaud’s dual citizenship status invalidated his vote in support of the No-confidence Motion that brought the Government down.Pilgrim took the oath as a MP during the 112th sitting of the 11th Parliament on Thursday. Repeated efforts by Guyana Times to contact Pilgrim were futile.When contracted, Government Chief Whip Amna Ally said she is unaware of Pilgrim’s citizenship status. “I wouldn’t know, I am not working for the US Embassy,” Ally told this publication.The MP is a former teacher, co-op officer and a community development officer. In the National Assembly, she represents Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) on the basis of geographical representation.On December 21, the No-confidence Motion brought by the parliamentary Opposition People’s Progressive Party against the Government succeeded when Persaud, who has since left the jurisdiction, broke rank and made a conscience vote in favour of the motion.With the Government’s defeat, the next steps are spelt out in the Constitution of Guyana. Article 106 (6) of the Constitution states: “The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.”Meanwhile, clause 7 goes on to state that “Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”Since the passage of the motion, however, persons aligned with the coalition party have sought to question the motion’s validity even as the vote has already been certified. Attorney General Basil Williams has also argued that Persaud, as a dual citizen of Canada, was disqualified from voting.This argument formed part of the opinions presented to Speaker of the National Assembly Dr Barton Scotland in the hopes that he would reverse the ruling. On Thursday, the Speaker refused to do so.With the Speaker refusing to reverse his ruling, a court case was filed on Friday, in which an order is being sought to, among other things to delay the elections until the court rules on the matter.In a section of the affidavit, submitted to the High Court, it is stated that an application is being made for a declaration from the court that Persaud is not qualified as a member of the National Assembly.According to the document filed, Persaud “…by virtue of his own act and acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience and adherence to a foreign power to wit, the Sovereign State of Canada, in contravention of Article 155 (1) (a) of the Constitution of Guyana”.Compton Herbert Reid, the private citizen who filed the legal challenge is arguing that the former MP’s vote was null and void.Attorney Rex McKay filed the challenge on behalf of Reid while the respondents are listed as Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland, Charrandas Persaud and Attorney General Basil Williams.
Lesley Miller added a goal in her last game at Bonita. Isela Aguirre and Selina Cardenas each contributed a goal for El Rancho. After holding a 3-1 lead at the half, the Dons scored five of the next six goals to put the game out of reach. Ashby has the nucleus left for a great run in the immediate future, but the Bearcats were outwardly emotional after their season came to an end. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LA VERNE – Adriana Rodriguez scored four goals to lead the El Rancho High School girls water polo team to a 10-3 victory over Bonita in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division III playoffs at Las Flores Park. The Dons (19-10) took a 2-0 lead after goals by Rodriguez and Sharon Pedregon and never trailed. “Our whole game is defense and shutting down the other team’s best scorers,” El Rancho coach Sammy Wright said. “We knew (Amber) Pezzolla and (Desiree) Wilson were who we needed to stop and we did.” Pezzolla and Wilson were held to just one goal apiece for Bonita (18-7) after going through the Miramonte League undefeated. “I commend El Rancho,” Bonita coach John Ashby said. “They played well and I wish them luck. “We created a lot of opportunities and sometimes things don’t go your way.” Megan Pezzolla’s numbers wouldn’t indicate how well she played in goal for the Bearcats. She had 10 saves, including one on a penalty shot, but got little help on the defensive end. “She (Megan) was in trouble a lot and it wasn’t her fault,” Ashby said. “She had a lot of 2-on-1 situations and blocked the shots she could.” Pedregon and Xenia Castillo scored two goals apiece for El Rancho, and Anahisa Aguirre had seven blocks in goal for the Dons.
“Healthy Wonder Bread? That’s an oxymoron,” said Darra Goldstein, editor-in-chief of Gastronomica, a journal of food and culture. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Stan Osman, vice president of marketing at the Kansas City, Mo.-based Interstate Bakeries, said his company aims to make it easier for people to do that by turning whole wheat into something more easily stomached by fans of white bread. “These are soft breads. They don’t have any grains or stuff in them that you can see,” he said recently. “You couldn’t find anything in them. They don’t have any toppings on them. They’re very much like what you would expect from Wonder Bread.” The change is made possible with white whole wheat flour, which has a milder taste, texture and color than traditional wheat, but a similar nutritional profile. The new breads contain 2 grams of fiber per slice; the original Wonder Bread has none. Osman doesn’t worry that consumers won’t take whole grains seriously from a company defined by white bread, a term that has become a pejorative, and not just to those with carbohydrate phobias. “White bread America” isn’t exactly a term of endearment. Others aren’t so sure it’s a good move. But will kids still be able to wad it up into sticky, glutinous balls and throw it across the cafeteria? Wonder Bread, that icon of squishy, oh-so-American white bread, turns a nutritional corner today with the launch of two whole wheat versions intended to look, taste and feel just like the spongy original. It’s part of a plan to resuscitate Wonder Bread’s baker, the bankrupt Interstate Bakeries Corp. – also the maker of Hostess Twinkies – which has struggled as consumers went from rejecting carbs outright to demanding they be whole grain. The launch comes as concerns about skyrocketing obesity rates and the preponderance of highly processed foods in the American diet (such as white bread) have fueled campaigns by government and health officials to get consumers to eat more whole grains.
Former Everton loan flop Lacina Traore has revealed he ‘dreams of returning to England’ – and could get the chance this summer.The towering striker endured a miserable six-month spell on Merseyside in 2014 when he managed just one minute of Premier League action for the club after agreeing a loan from Monaco.It had started well for the Ivorian, who bagged on his debut in Everton’s 3-1 FA Cup victory over Swansea but a hamstring injury sent it hurtling swiftly downhill.The 26-year-old is still no closer to breaking into the Monaco first team and has since been out on loan at CSKA Moscow and Sporting Gijon, where he has scored two goals in eight La Liga games this season.He is out of contract this summer, when he will leave the French Principality for good, and he says he has many offers, some of which are from the Premier League.He told Ivorian outlet Sport Mania: “I have offers from England and Spain for next season. England has everything. Technique, tactics and physical play. It’s a more complete league. That’s why I dream to return in that league.” 1 Lacina Traore targeting Premier League return after Monaco release
A man who became involved in a “staring match” in a bar was later viciously beaten outside the premises.John Gallagher was set upon outside McGinley’s Bar in Letterkenny. He was repeatedly punched and then kicked when he fell to the ground around 2.40am on August 7th, 2017.He had to be treated at Letterkenny University Hospital for cuts and bruises and spent the night in hospital.Engineer Trevor Gildea, aged 21, was later arrested on suspicion of the attack and appeared at Letterkenny District Court.The court was told that both men had been drinking in the bar and had become involved in a staring contest with each other.When the victim went outside later that evening, he was attacked by Gildea.Solicitor Frank Dorrian said his client was a 30-year-old engineer who serviced wind turbines in France.He said there was a background between the two men and he claimed that Mr Gallagher had been staring at him all night across the bar.He said he was sorry for what later happened outside the bar.Judge Conal Gibbons said he had viewed pictures of the injured party and noted that he got “quite a beating.”“He got quite an extraordinary beating from Mr Gildea and even if Mr Gallagher was eyeing him or glaring at him, these things happen,” he said.He added that people resorting to violence in such circumstances was hard to explain.And he said it was a sad reflection on society that bars now had to have “men in dark clothing” on the doors of bars around the country.“This is a development which reflects badly on our society and on all of us. That we can’t go into a place of enjoyment and even have an argument with somebody, that we need people like this.“Now you can see the reason why Mr Gallagher got one bad beating on this night. Violence is endemic in our society,” he said.Sentencing the accused, Judge Gibbons said he had to “mark the gravity of the offence” with a term of imprisonment.He sentenced Gildea, of Correnagh, Letterkenny, to three months in prison but suspended the sentence for 12 months.He also ordered Gildea to pay his victim €2,000 in criminal compensation.Man was badly beaten after ‘staring match’ in bar was last modified: October 8th, 2018 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:assaultdonegalstaring matchTrevor Gildea
Jackie Crossan Premier Division – www.inishowenfl.ieClonmany Shamrocks 2-0 Glengad UnitedClonmany clinched the Jackie Crossan premier league title at the first time of askign when they completed the league double over an out of form Glengad side.Clonmany were keen to get the ball forward early while Glengad were more patient trying to play from the back but the first chance fell to the shamrocks on 10 minutes when jason Devlin fired over from twenty yards.Two minutes later they took the lead after a ball over the top found the unmarked Michael Devlin who fired to the bottom corner from fifteen yards.Glengad repleid and when Stepjhen Mclaughlin swung in a superb cross from the right there was no one there to finish the cross.Clonmany doubled their lead on 29 minutes when Mark Mclaughlin beat a defender on the right and from the right hand side of the area unleashed a viscious cross shot which flew into Martin Mclaughlin’s top right hand corner.Mi nutes Later McLaughlin again weaved past two defenders on the right and his dipping shot drifted inches over the bar.Clonmany were forced into a change on 35 minutes when jason Devlin was replaced by Conor Bradley.Before the break Glengad played a short corner to Jason Doherty who stepped inside a defender and unleashed a twenty yards effort which went just over the angle of post and bar.Glengad made a substitution then with Seamus Doherty replacing John McDaid.On the restart Clonmany had an early chance after a dangerous Michael Devlin cross was superbly cleared by John G McDermott.Glengad upped the tempo with Charlie Byrne seeeing a twenty five yards effort tipped over the bar by Harkin before the shamrocks keeper spilled a free kick but Liam Hirrell cleared the danger.On 64 minutes Mark McLaughlin broke clear into the area but drilled his effort across goal and wide.Glengad pressed in the final twenty minutes with Seamus Doherty seeing his free kick tipped onto the bar by Harkin before the same player rose unchallenged to mee Patrick McDermott’s corner on 77 minutes but headed over.JG McDermott & JG McLaughlin combined to release Terence Doherty on the right but his driven cross was parried by Harkin at full stretch befre being cleared.The final chance Glengad had was another good one after JG McLaughlin controlled on his chest but fired wide from ten yards.So for the second season Glengad suffer dissappointment but Clonmany deserve grerat credit as when the pressure was on they won the games they needed to. Cockhill Celtic 2-2 Moville CelticCockhill started this game well and on 15 minutes Michael Coyle rattled the base of the post with a well hit effort from the edge of the area.They went close again minutes later when Darragh McDermott saw a close rnage header well saved by Sean McGuinness.The home side’s pressure paid off on 20 minutes when Liam Mccarron’s ball over the top found McDermott who unleashed a fifteen yards volley which crashed in off the underside of the bar.But Moville hit back immediately and equalised when Joe Doherty’s corner was headed home by the unmarked Raymond Campbell past Leo McColgan.On the stroke of half time Moville took th lead when Nigel McMonagle raced clear of the home defence to slip the ball past McColgan.The second half was a very tight affair with defences on top and no clear chances.On 82 minutes Joe Doherty was denied by a superb reflex save from McColgan.With a minute remaining Cockhill salvaged a point when Coyle crossed for McDermott to head past McGuinness from clsoe range.AILEACH CROWNED RESERVE PREMIER CHAMPIONS:Aileach Res 0-0 QPS Res Aileach reserves got the draw they needed to clinch the reserve premier title despite QPS who required a win dominating the game the first half was spolied by a strong wind and rain alough the second half was played in sunshine both teams took time to settle and adapt to the conditions Aileach’s Stephen Doherty had an early shot which Gavin Gallagher in the visitors net held well on the 7th min a good QPS move involving Fergal Buchannan and Stephen Mc Carron resulted in a corner which was taken by Paul Hegarty who found the head of Seannan Mc Colgan who’e effort was wide of the upright on 10 min Aileach’s Ciaran Craig picked out Gavin Doherty his cross fell to Liam Burke his shot was blocked by Mark Barron, Mark Duffy then put in a cross for the visitors which Mc Colgan diverted wide then the same player brought a fine save from David Mc Geady, Aileach’s defence then headed a Mc Carron cross behind before Mc Geady saved well from Fergal Buchannan the Point did find the net but it was ruled offside the second half was played in better conditions with the visitors pressing for the important goal and Aileach counter attacking Mc Colgan made a good run down the left and picked out Buchanan but he shot across goal then Mark Duffy’s cross was headed down by Mc Carron to Paul Hegarty who dragged his shot wide at the other end Stephen Doherty broke on the left his dangerous cross was well held by Gavin Gallagher Aileach then had another opportunity from Gregory Doherty’s free Stephen Doherty flicked his effort wide QPS squandered a golden opportunity when Mark Duffy played Fergal Buchanan through for a one on one with Mc Geady with Mc Geady getting a vital hand to the ball to divert away from goal then Aileach’s Damian Barr headed a Gregory Doherty free over the bar with the visitors pushing men forward Ruari Bradley broke clear on the counter attack but Gallagher advanced quickly to narrow the angle and Bradley’s effort hit the side netting then Gallagher plucked the ball from the head of Ciaran Craig a quick throw in by Dean Hegarty to Seannan Mc Colgan who played Hegarty down the left his cross fell to Mc Carron who’s effort cannoned off a defender and was cleared Aileach’s best effort of the game came from Stephen O’ Donnell who’s low driven shot brought a fine save from Gallagher Aileach got the draw required and now add the league title to the reserve league shield won last week while QPS take runners up spot in the league in what was the last game in the reserve premier division this season.FATHER O’GARA CUPMoville Res 2-1 Carrowmena FCMoville advanced to the semi finals when they came from behind to dispose of neighbours Carrowmena.In windy conditiosn both teams took time to settle but on 21 minutes jason Crumlish saw his free well saved by Maurice McGeady.Moville replied with Conor Lafferty feeeding Conor Lafferty but Michael Noone advanced to gather.Before the break a Crumlish corner found Cory O Brien but he headed over the top.The visitors then lost keeper Noone to injury with mark Doherty taking over.Carrowmena opened the scoring on 46 minutes after Crumlish crossed for JP McDermott to slot home from clsoe range.The home side hit back with james Gillen heading wide before Sean Downey seeing an effort saved by Doherty.Carrowmena had a great chance on 57 minutes to increase their lead when mark McGonigle raced clear in a one on one but McGeady advanced to clear.Moville levelled on 66 minutes when John Gillen fed Lafferty to lift the ball over the advancing Doherty.Both Conor Doherty for the home side and McGonigle for the visitors then blazed over the bar when well placed.Moville ended the game strongly with Diwney heading over from a corner before they struck for the winner on 82minutesafter Gillen had an effort parried by Doherty for Michael Gillespie to fire home the rebound via the post.They had the last chance after Gillen released Lafferty but his attempted chip drifted just over.Dunree United 1-2 Rasheney FC Dunree took an early lead on 11 minutes when Daniel McLaughlin raced onto a ball over the top to fire low past Johnathan Noone from twenty yards.Midway through the half a superb ball from Conor McBride foundThomas Mulhern but he misjudged the ball and the chance was lost.Rasheney hit back and when a corner broke to John Doherty he was denied at point blank range by Paul McGettigan.Before the break Dunree had another chance after a Kevin McColgan cross found Mcbroide at the back post but he fired wide.Rasheney upped the tempo on the restart and when John Mclaughlin raced onto a ball over the top he fired over wehn well placed.They got back on terms on the hour when Anthony Doherty bundled the ball home follwoing a free kick into a crowded area.Within a minute they had taken the lead when Christy Ivers effort went in off the post.Dunree tried to reply when Mulhern fed Neil Moran but he was denied by a good save from Noone.At the other end McLaughlin raced onto a ball over the top again but fired over.Dunree pressed in the closing stages but the closest they came was when a McGuinness free was well claimed by Noone.QPS 7-1 Cockhill ColtsQPS ran out comfortable winners over a gallant a Cockhill Colts side in this Fr O’ Gara cup quarter final at Muff on Thursday night. Liam Lynch in the Colts goal was called into action early in the game to deny Odharn Mc Colgan and Kevin Wallace before he was beaten by a volley from Dean Barron in the 11thminuite from just inside the 18 yard area .Paul Grant then hit the side netting following a good move down the left before Lynch parried a Paul Hegarty effort but the rebound fell to Odhran Mc Colgan and his effort was cleared. The home side increased their lead on 33 minutes when Raymond Buchanan crossed for Dean Barron to score from close range. Cockhill’s Kevin Mc Daid fired in a shot which Mc Colgan in the home net gathered low to his right. Just before the break the home side made it three when Buchanan crossed for Mc Colgan whose shot cannoned off the crossbar hit the back of a defender and into the net. Cockhill had a good chance at the start of the second half but Garry Breslin headed a Shaun Gillespie cross over the bar while at the other end Lynch tipped a Buchanan free over. The swifts got their fourth in the 58th minute when Buchanan’s corner was headed back across goal by Barron for Paul Hegarty to fire past Lynch from 14 yards. Brian Mc Colgan then fired wide and lynch made a fine save from Barron before Gerard Green released Carl Donnelly who slotted past Lynch for goal number five. Cockhill got the goal their efforts deserved when Garry Breslin shot low past Mc Colgan from the edge of the area and were unlucky not to add a second minutes later. The home side got their sixth when Barron completed his hat trick from the penalty spot with Lynch getting a hand to it but couldn’t keep it out while Paul Grant wrapped up the scoring with a fine left foot volley just before the full time whistle.INISHOWEN LEAGUE: CLONMANY SHAMROCKS WIN JACKIE CROSSAN PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE was last modified: April 15th, 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:INISHOWEN LEAGUE: CLONMANY SHAMROCKS WIN JACKIE CROSSAN PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE