Considered one of the country’s leading grass-roots meet, the 36th annual Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) Primary Schools Athletics Championships will see 92 schools, with over 4,000 athletes, squaring off for the coveted elite title as all-island primary school champions and $500,000 in equipment from May 11-14 at the National Stadium.Having started with five schools in 1981, the event has since grown tremendously and action will start at 8 o’clock each morning.Naggo Head Primary, considered “a true champion” by their principal, Andrea McGivvens, remains confident of winning a seventh title this year. Her school has won five consecutive titles and six overall.Waterford Primary, with 10 titles, has won the most times.”Our athletes have done well, and it is an event that we look forward to. Many of our athletes have gone on to high school and have done very well,” said the principal, while citing names such as Stephon Fennell (former Kingston College standout), Tyler Mason (Jamaica College), and Calabar High’s Michael Stephens.”Naggo Head has really prepared them well, and I hope they can go on to represent Jamaica,” she continued.USAIN BOLT”There is no name as huge as Usain Bolt, and I implore all principals of primary schools to get on board and get all your athletes involved in the programme because this is where we unearth the talents.”Not everybody is going to be an accountant, a teacher, a lawyer or a doctor. Usain Bolt is not one of such, but I can tell you, he is making millions,” she added.She called on the “administrative efforts of principals to continue nurturing youngsters”.World 400m youth champion Christopher Taylor was a recent standout at this meet, breaking the 400m record.The event will see three new schools competing this year; Content Gap, May Pen, and Lacovia Primary.The main sponsor is INSPORTS, while Hi Lyte and Tropical Blue are associate sponsors.INSPORTS administrative director Ian Andrews implored: “Let it be about development and winning the reward.”We are living up to our mandate, which is to unearth, promote, develop, and nurture the talents. That’s what we are doing at the Institute of Sports,” he said.Andrews added: “Regrettably, we don’t promote enough the achievements that we are having at the Primary level.”Meet director Anthony Gibbs said 41 events would be contested by the 4,117 athletes from the schools, which span the length and breadth of Jamaica to include places like Portland, Clarendon, and St James.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northern Lights Raceway held its first race of the season this weekend.The Da-Kow Season Opener included the box class, no box class, bike/sled class, pure street class, and junior dragster class.Big winners from the two days of races included Amber Rutherford, who won the no box class race both days, and Bruce Romak, who won the bike/sled class both days.- Advertisement -Race results are shown below:Saturday:Box Class: Advertisement Darren SweenyKelsey DufresneNo Box Class:Amber RutherfordMason DufresnePure Street Class:Terry D’AlbertansonStephen FedderlyBike/Sled Class: Bruce RomakShannon FrankeJunior Dragster Class:Advertisement Noah MacDonaldKatie HollingsheadSunday:Box Class:Kelsey DufresneJames RutherfordNo Box Class:Amber RutherfordStacy CommanderPure Street Class:Shawn HagenTerry D’AlbertansonBike/Sled Class:Advertisement Bruce RomakWilliam SvisdahlJunior Dragster Class:Walker BabuickLincoln MacDonaldThe next event for the Northern Lights Raceway is the Father’s Day Hotte Memorial slated for June 16th and 17th.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! EL SEGUNDO – When he vented after the Lakers’ Game2 blowout loss to Phoenix, Lamar Odom delved into the core of team sports, a concept that has nothing to do with transition defense or the triangle offense. The Lakers, Odom said in the painful moments after a 28-point loss, lack a sense of camaraderie and team unity. Simply put, they’re not pulling for each other, and if a team becomes more about 12 individuals and less about a cohesive unit, the team becomes, well, the Lakers, a group on the verge of summer vacation. Time is running short. Tonight’s Game 3 at Staples Center will provide the last realistic chance for the Lakers to restore faith, as no team in NBA playoff history ever has rallied from a 3-0 series deficit. It’s easy to dismiss Odom’s comments as the frustrations of a losing player, as coach Phil Jackson did after practice Wednesday afternoon, or talk about how one victory can cure all ills, as Kobe Bryant insisted. But Odom, given a chance to soften his criticisms, only got bolder and said the problems run deep. “When I talk about camaraderie, it’s about dealing with each other and sharing together,” Odom said. “When guys are not playing well, the support for each other hasn’t been there the whole year. If that’s not going to be there, then we don’t stand a chance against a team that’s obviously really tight.” Odom didn’t point fingers, but it’s not hard to find potential targets. Former starters Smush Parker and Vladimir Radmanovic have seen their minutes dwindle but have become aloof and detached. Even Bryant, who talked after Game 1 about being frustrated when his teammates don’t make shots, could fall in this category, but Odom responded to an unrelated question by praising Bryant’s leadership role. Jackson spoke of the Lakers being “depressed” and “humiliated” the day after the Game 2 loss and said the mood of his players had to improve, but Jackson brushed aside a question about whether the team had camaraderie issues. Perhaps that’s because as the coach, he would also shoulder some of the blame. Even one of the Lakers’ newest additions said he found truth in Odom’s statements about team unity. “That has happened throughout the season,” rookie point guard Jordan Farmar said. “We’ve tried to make an effort to come together as a team more recently. We went out to dinner in Arizona and things like that. I think as a result of that we came out well in Game1, but we didn’t carry that over to the second game.” In the Jackson era, the concepts of team unity, camaraderie and leadership always have been dicey. It started with the power struggle between Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal, evolved when Karl Malone and Gary Payton came aboard and transformed again when Bryant inherited the role of team leader. Some questioned whether Bryant could ever thrive in that role, but he seems to be growing into it and seems to be held in higher esteem by teammates and coaches than he was early in his career. To that end, Bryant did his best Wednesday to downplay any widespread team issues. “It’s just a rhythm thing,” Bryant said. “When you’ve had guys out for 40-some games and things of that nature, your rhythm is going to be off. We’re trying to build that. One game in the playoffs can drastically change your energy and your confidence in your team. Hopefully that game will be (Game 3).” And if not, then what happens? Bryant isn’t going anywhere. Jackson is under contract for one more season. Despite his apparent frustration, Odom is under contract for two more seasons, and with the Lakers restricted by the salary cap, Odom is counted on as a building block, not a potential trading piece. Barring a major roster blowup this summer, the Lakers are likely to remain mostly intact, and despite his tough words, Odom said he believes the Lakers have the potential to play as a cohesive unit. “I mean, we’ve had (chemistry) at times this year, and played with it, but right now there’s obviously guys who are separating,” said Odom, who added that he didn’t believe any friction existed within the team. So, can any good come of this? Can the Lakers pull together before it’s too late? “Hopefully this brings guys together and makes us want to compete at a high level,” Odom said. If not, the Lakers will truly be headed their separate ways, until training camp opens in October. firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3610
CALGARY, A.B. – The National Energy Board announced yesterday that it is extending the North Montney Pipeline Project sunset clause date to June 10th, 2017.The NEB previously said that construction must begin before June 10th of this year, or project approval would have expired. NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. wrote to the NEB back on March 28th asking that the sunset clause be extended for one year. The NEB recommended the project’s approval to the federal cabinet back in April, 2015, subject to 45 conditions.The North Montney Project is a proposed 301 kilometre natural gas pipeline and related facilities that would connect NOVA Gas’ Groundbirch Mainline to the North Montney gas fields in northeastern British Columbia. The project would also tie into the proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Pipeline which is intended to ship natural gas to the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG plant on Lelu Island. Pacific NorthWest LNG is currently being reviewed by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.- Advertisement -In its request, NOVA Gas stated that it would not be in a position to begin construction of the pipeline a final decision had been reached on the Pacific NorthWest project.This change to the date in the sunset clause does not come into effect unless it is approved by Governor in Council.
0Shares0000Bayern Munich forward Thomas Mueller says Germany’s World Cup debacle gives him extra motivation for the new Bundesliga season © AFP / Roman KruchininBERLIN, Germany, Aug 23 – The Bundesliga returns Friday with German football shaken by the shambolic early World Cup exit while Bayern Munich hope new coach Niko Kovac can maintain the relentless success the club expect.Germany’s embarrassing failure to defend their title in Russia, crashing out after finishing bottom of their group, leaves several Bundesliga stars with a point to prove in the new season. Bayern kick off the new campaign on Friday at home to Hoffenheim, who will make their debut in the Champions League group stages this season, with midfielder Thomas Mueller admitting the World Cup debacle provides extra motivation.“It’s about how we can do better – after going out like that, you handle failure very badly, because no-one expected it,” Mueller told the Bayern website.After the debacle in Russia, Germany coach Joachim Loew is expected to make sweeping changes when he names his squad on Wednesday for the home game against newly-crowned world champions France on September 6 in the Nations League.The focus against Hoffenheim at the Allianz Arena will be on Bayern’s World Cup stars Mueller, Jerome Boateng, Mats Hummels and Manuel Neuer, who all under-performed on the World Cup stage.The spotlight will also fall on Kovac in his first home league game after joining from Eintracht Frankfurt, who shocked Bayern 3-1 in May’s German Cup final in his final game.– Challenge needed –Kovac has already been handed a reduced squad with Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal sold to Barcelona.The transfer window closes in Germany on August 31 and president Uli Hoeness says there is a “50-50” chance Boateng could still go to Paris Saint-Germain, while Thiago Alcantara has been linked to a return to Barcelona.Kovac will be expected to ensure Bayern pick up where they left off last season when they secured a sixth straight league title by a 21-point margin.However, the German league desperately needs a challenger to come forward.In a recent survey of 2,500 football fans for internet provider t-online.de, just 17.9 percent believed a club other than Bayern will be German champions in 2018/19.Worryingly for the German Football League (DFL), just 18 percent of those polled believe there will be an exciting fight for the title.Bundesliga fans have grown to accept the title will inevitably head to Munich.Of the sides bidding to wrestle the Bundesliga trophy from Bayern’s iron grip, Borussia Dortmund, under new head coach Lucien Favre, and RB Leipzig lead the charge.Dortmund’s signing of Axel Witsel is the Bundesliga’s biggest name transfer ahead of 2018/19.Axel Witsel is the biggest new signing for the new Bundesliga season © AFP/File / GABRIEL BOUYSHaving paid Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian 20 million euros ($22.9m) for Witsel, the Belgium midfielder came off the bench to score a late equaliser in their 2-1 comeback German Cup win on Monday at second division Greuther Fuerth.Witsel is expected to forge a solid defensive midfield partnership with Denmark’s Thomas Delaney, signed from Werder Bremen.German fans will be hoping new Dortmund captain Marco Reus forges a goal-scoring partnership with 2014 World Cup winner Mario Goetze and US international Christian Pulisic.Dortmund start their league season on Sunday at home to Leipzig, who have had a brutal start to the season having played six games before the league season starts after two rounds of two-legged Europa League qualifiers.Ralf Rangnick has moved from sporting director to take over as head coach and Leipzig have a potent force up front with Germany striker Timo Werner partnering Yussuf Poulsen and Swedish playmaker Emil Forsberg calling the shots.Fixtures (all times 1330 GMT unless stated)FridayBayern Munich v Hoffenheim (1830)SaturdayHertha Berlin v Nuremberg, Werder Bremen v Hanover 96, Freiburg v Eintracht Frankfurt, Wolfsburg v Schalke 04, Fortuna Duesseldorf v Augsburg, Borussia Moenchengladbach v Bayer Leverkusen (1630)SundayMainz v Stuttgart, Borussia Dortmund v RB Leipzig (1600)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
1 England and France came together for a touching minute silence at Wembley Dele Alli scored a spectacular goal as England beat France on an emotional display of solidarity at Wembley on Tuesday night.Both teams came together before the game to show their respect for the people of Paris following the attacks on the French capital last Friday with a group photo to the applause of a red, white and blue crowd.As the game got underway, Alli grabbed the opener before the break with a stunning 25 yard thunderbolt which clubmate Hugo Lloris could not get near.Wayne Rooney added the second with a well-taken volley minutes after half time, but despite an improved performance from the Three Lions, it was the event and not the result which took on the greatest of importance.The pre-match formalities were observed impeccably on an touching night in London, as both sets of players came together to observe a truly moving minute silence after the tragic events where 129 people were killed in Paris on Friday night.Despite the poignant scenes prior to kick off, any suggestions the game would be uncompetitive were immediately dismissed with some crunching tackles flying in in the midfield.Manchester United’s Anthony Martial looked electric up against Nathanial Clyne when he zoomed away from the Liverpool defender for the first attempt on Joe Hart’s goal of the night.Rooney had a great chance on 32 minutes when Harry Kane found his captain who bamboozled Laurent Koscielny before sending the ball inches wide of the left post.However, five minutes before half time England struck through a spectacular Alli goal, with the Tottenham youngster – on his first start for his country – crashing the ball into the top corner from 25 yards.The first half was the best performance Wembley had seen from the home side in a long while and it got better after the break with Alli again involved.The 19-year-old robbed Paul Pogba of the ball in midfield before finding Raheem Sterling on the left, whose cross was met with a fantastically timed volley from Wayne Rooney – his 51st goal in an England shirt.There was a standing ovation as Lassana Diarra was introduced; only days after his cousin was killed in the attacks in Paris. Antoine Griezmann, whose sister escaped the attack on the Bataclan threatre, came on to a similar reception.Moments later Pogba had France’s best chance of the game with a whipping and dipping effort which grazed the roof of substitute Jack Butland’s goal.Pogba began to show his class as he linked brilliantly with Martial, but the Manchester United man could only fire straight at Butland.The game trickled out as a contest as the substitutions increased, but it was the strength of football coming together under the devastating circumstances which was the headline maker.
Former Aston Villa striker and talkSPORT commentator Stan Collymore believes Remi Garde’s side do not even look good enough for League One.Villa were dismantled 6-0 at home by Liverpool on Sunday which left them eight points adrift of safety at the foot of the table with only 12 games remaining.Collymore told Drivetime: “Anybody watching that, and not just Villa fans, that can say that there are any players there that they could look at and guarantee them 40-odd games in the Championship, rolling their sleeves up, are absolutely deluded.“It is not a good League One side! I’ve seen League One sides get the ball down and they do not have the grit and determination needed for the league.”
Roaming charges for mobile phones are to be finally abolished by the summer of 2017.The charges have been a source of much annoyance for phone-users across Donegal for many years.Welcoming the news, Fine Gael Minister of State Joe McHugh, “I welcome confirmation from my colleague, Dublin MEP, Brian Hayes today that roaming charges across the EU will be abolished by June 2017. The decision comes following agreement reached yesterday between the Commission, the Council and the Parliament.” From April 2016 a phrasing out of roaming charges will commence, with roaming charges being abolished by June 2017“I welcome today’s announcement as this is a decision I have been calling on for some time now. This is great news for Irish people and for all EU citizens, who have been paying immoderate mobile phone charges for too long. As a result of this decision, people can expect to pay charges which are four times lower than are currently being paid, making travelling and communicating within the 28 countries of the EU more cost effective for everyone. ”DELIGHT AS ROAMING CHARGES TO BE ABOLISHED was last modified: June 30th, 2015 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:abolisheddonegalroaming charges
Pictures by Geraldine Diver.Glenswilly GAA 5k 2014Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 39 15.20 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C2 77 15.35 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C3 136 15.49 Gavin Corey SM Individual4 654 16.04 Adam Friel SM Letterkenny A C 5 203 16.10 james Brown M40 City Of Derry6 204 16.12 Pauric Breslin SM Letterkenny A C7 80 16.25 Shane Mc Nulty M35 Finn Valley A C8 527 16.30 Michael Black SM 24/7 Triathlon9 640 16.47 Ciaran Mc Gonagle M35 Rosses A.C. 10 81 16.49 Barry Meehan SM Letterkenny A C11 531 16.50 Adam Speeer SM 24/7 Triathlon12 110 17.00 Kevin Ferry M40 Letterkenny A C13 152 17.02 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C 14 642 17.03 Kevin Mc Gee M40 Rosses A.C.15 144 17.06 Aidan Mc Kenna M40 Letterkenny A C16 166 17.15 john Sweeney SM Cranford A C17 234 17.15 Liam Doherty M35 Cranford A C18 90 17.23 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C19 146 17.26 Liam Murray M35 Individual20 501 17.34 Brian Mc Crea M35 Finn Valley A C21 602 17.35 John Mc Callion SM 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GLENSWILLY 5K was last modified: June 26th, 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:5kathleticsglenswillynewspicture specialSport
Dungloe GAA News:B’ iad 7,9,17 agus 19 a huimhireacha lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto.Beidh €2,000 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann, Olivia and Mark Devinney, Quay Road, Kate mc Cole, Sheskinarone, Damian Brennan, Meenacross, Margaret Murray, Burtonport agus Grace Greene, Burtonport. Bhain Mary Ellen Greene, Doohary €150 agus bhain Pat mc Hugh, Maas, Roseanne O Donnell, Glen Rd Annagry, Manus Bonner, Keadue agus Breda Bonner, Ard Chroine €100 ag an bingo.Dungloe senior and reserve teams were in action over the weekend away to Malin and both came away with victory. The reserves kept their nerves in a close fought game and came away with a 2-8 to 1-10 victory. In the senior match Dungloe ran out convincing winners on a score line of 1-17 to 8 points. It was a great team performance, Dungloe lead by 5 at half time, 8-3. In the second half Malin fought back briefly before Dungloe pulled away again with the ever dangerous Adrian Sweeney hitting 1-9. Other scorers included corner backs, Doalty Boyle and Eoin Scally, and forwards Cory Gallagher and Conor Greene. Dungloe’s next match is at home to Four Masters this weekend coming.The club would like to thank the Bayview Bar for hosting, “A Night At The Races” in aid of the club. We would also like to thank those who turned up on the night and showed their support.Under 15 Gaeltacht The under 15s had an impressive home win on Friday evening against Naomh Naul. They led 4-05 to 0-3 at half time and added a further 2-7 in the second half to finish up winning by 6-12/3-08. They now play Naomh Conaill in the county quarter final probably on Friday 17th. See Facebook for time. Training will resume for the U15’s on Wednesday at 5.30pm.Dungloe Gweedore U14 hurlers suffered their first defeat of the league when they were defeated by Ballybofey. Terrific performances were however put in by Brendan Boyle, Noah Boyle and several other members of the team who never gave up. The game finished 6.9 to 0.6.In the Minor League semi-final Dungloe lost out narrowly to a strong Naomh Columba team on a score line of Dungloe 3-11 Naomh Columba 4-10. The lads came back well in the second half and had numerous chances to snatch victory at the end but it wasn’t to be.GAA NEWS: DUNGLOE MINORS NARROWLY LOSE LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL AGAINST NAOMH COLUMBA was last modified: April 14th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:dungloeGAANoticesSport