Pacific Test teams announced

first_imgPlayers named include David Mead and Rod Griffin for PNG; Sisa Waqa and Akuila Uate for Fiji; Feleti Mateo and Joe Ofahengaue for Tonga and Sam Kasiano partnering with Frank Pritchard again, this time for Samoa.Fans can look forward to two blockbuster matches between four Pacific nations, with Fiji taking on PNG in the first match, before Samoa takes on Tonga to round out the Pacific double header.The Junior Kangaroos will also play at Pirtek Stadium on Saturday against the Junior Kiwis, with the match in honour of the ANZACs.All four Pacific Test teams will spend the week in Western Sydney, with the city of Parramatta and Destination New South Wales ensuring plenty of excitement and activities leading into the Test matches.Pacific ambassadors including Roy Asotasi, Joe Galuvao and Nigel Vagana will visit a series of schools on Monday and teams will host fan days later on Thursday throughout western Sydney.Westfield Parramatta will host a Pacific showcase, also on Thursday, with cultural activities on display from all four competing Pacific nations. In further activity, a number of Pacific youth from western Sydney will take part in a Youth Summit on Friday and Saturday, celebrating cultural diversity and developing leadership amongst Pacific communities.On game day, a ‘Big Island Festival’ will take over Centenary Square in Parramatta, with plenty of food, fun and festivities for all, before the Junior Kangaroos and Kiwis kick off the first of three matches.NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said the week-long celebrations and matches on Saturday would be well supported by the games Pacific players and fans.“Many of our players in the NRL come from Pacific heritage and our Pacific fans make up a huge supporter base for Rugby League, so we are very much looking forward to some exciting and passionate football on Saturday,” said Mr Greenberg.Tickets are still available, starting from $20 for a single pass, with family passes for as little as $60 to see all three matches.Papua New Guinea Kumuls1 David Mead (Gold Coast Titans)                                                     2 Justin Olam (SP Hunters)                                                    3 Kato Ottio (Canberra Raiders)                                                        4 Nene Macdonald (Gold Coast Titans)         5 Stargroth Amean (SP Hunters)6 Ase Boas (SP Hunters)      7 Watson Boas (SP Hunters)             8 Luke Page (Burleigh Bears)9 Wartovo Puara Junior (SP Hunters)10 Henry Noki (SP Hunters)11 Edward Goma (SP Hunters)12 Rod Griffin (Wests Tigers)13 Adam Korave (SP Hunters)14 Adex Wera (SP Hunters)15 Brandy Peter (SP Hunters)16 Willie Minoga (Townsville Blackhawks)17 Kurt Baptiste (Canberra Raiders)18 Timothy Lomai (SP Hunters)Coach: Michael Marum Fiji Bati (squad)Sisa Waqa (Canberra Raiders)Tyrone Phillips (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)Junior Roqica (Cronulla Sharks)James Storer (Illawarra – Port Kembla)Fabian Goodall (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)Brayden Wiliame (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)Benjamin Nakubuwai (Melbourne Storm)Maurice Kennedy (Mounties)Sitiveni Moceidreke (North Sydney Bears)Akuila Uate (Newcastle Knights)Korbin Sims (Newcastle Knights)Daniel Saifiti (Newcastle Knights)Kane Evans (Sydney Roosters)Eloni Vunakece (Sydney Roosters)Kevin Naiqama (West Tigers)Tui KamikamicaTuimasi Pio Moceiwaiyevo SeciRatu Jowasa Tubailagi DrodrolagiEtuate Tamanikaitai QionimacawaIliavi Chris RavuCoach: Mick PotterMate Ma’a Tonga1 David Fusitu’a (New Zealand Warriors)                                                     2 Mosese Pangai (Townsville Blackhawks)3 Solomone Kata (New Zealand Warriors)4 Vai Toutai (Parramatta Eels)5 Michael Oldfield (South Sydney Rabbitohs)6 Feleti Mateo (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)7 Samisoni Langi (North Sydney Bears)8 Penni Terepo (Parramatta Eels)9 Sione Katoa (Penrith Panthers)10 Felise Kaufusi (Melbourne Storm)11 Sika Manu (Hull FC)12 Tony Williams (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)13 Joe Ofahengaue (Brisbane Broncos)14 Nafe Seluini (Sunshine Coast Falcons)15 David Fifita (Cronulla Sharks)16 Patrick Kaufusi (North Queensland Cowboys)17 Siosala Vave (Manly Sea Eagles)18 Mickey Paea (Newcastle Knights)Coach: Kristian Woolf                                                          Toa Samoa1 Tim Simona (Wests Tigers)                                     2 Antonio Winterstein (North Queensland Cowboys)           3 Kirisome Auva’a (South Sydney Rabbitohs)4 Ricky Leutele (Cronulla Sharks)5 Matthew Wright (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)     6 Fa’amanu Brown (Cronulla Sharks)7 Pita Godinet (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)8 Sam Kasiano (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)9 Kaysa Pritchard (Parramatta Eels)10 Junior Paulo (Parramatta Eels)11 Leeson Ah Mau (St George Illawarra Dragons)12 Frank Pritchard (Hull FC)13 Sauaso Sue (Wests Tigers)14 Erin Clark (New Zealand Warriors)15 John Asiata (North Queensland Cowboys)16 Raymond Faitala-Mariner (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)17 Sam Tagataese (Cronulla Sharks)18 Mason Lino (New Zealand Warriors)Coach: Matt Parishlast_img read more

Miller bags eight at Sabina

first_imgYesterday’s early dismissal of Barbados Pride opener Kraigg Brathwaite lifted the spirit in the Jamaica Scorpions camp and now they have a fighting chance of topping the visitors in their West Indies Cricket Board Regional First-Class match at Sabina Park.Brathwaite lasted just an additional nine minutes and 11 balls on yesterday’s second day before he was stumped by wicketkeeper Chadwick Walton off the bowling of spinner Nikita Miller without adding to his overnight score.With Brathwaite gone, the rest of the Barbados Pride batting struggled against Miller and they were dismissed for 217 in their first innings.The Scorpions, who scored 177 in their first innings, then ended on 22 for two at the close, 18 runs in arrears, after rain forced the abandonment of some of the second and all of the third session of play.”Overnight, I was thinking about it I was thinking I have to get rid of Kraigg early in the morning as he is the person his team basically bats around,” stated Miller, who, in another outstanding spell of left-arm spin bowling, finished with eight for 67.”The plan, therefore, was to go hard at him and get him out, and it worked. I am happy for the team,” said Miller, who extended his lead atop the tournament’s bowling charts to 56.Meanwhile, looking at the state of the game, which is scheduled to resume at 9:30 a.m. today, Miller said the Scorpions remain hopeful.DRIVING SEAT”I think Barbados are in the driving seat now,” he said. “We are still in the negative and need to get a lead before we lose anymore wickets.”Brathwaite, meanwhile, whose overnight partner Royston Chase, after resuming on nine went on to score a 53, said with the wicket good for spin bowling, he will be looking to his spinners in Jamaica’s second innings.”Our batting did not do as well as we had expected as, from day one, the pitch has been taking some spin and is not an easy wicket to bat on,” he said.”Jamaica also have an experienced bowler such as Miller, who kept it tight.”But we have some spinners that can come into play, and once we can string those dot-balls and build pressure, I think we will come out on top.”Other scores:At the National Cricket Centre, Trinidad and Tobago: Leeward Islands Hurricanes 225 all out; Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 264 for six.At Beausejour Stadium, St Lucia: Windward Islands Volcanoes’ 216; Guyana Jaguars 310 for seven.SCOREBOARDSCORPIONS 1st Innings 177PRIDE 1st Innings(overnight 103 for three)*K. Brathwaite st Walton b Miller 66R. Chase c wkp Walton b Miller 53+S. Dowrich lbw b McCarthy 5K. Stoute lbw b Miller 17J. Greaves c and b Miller 14J. Warrican lbw b Miller 3H. Walsh Jr c Campbell b McCarthy 22M Cummins not out 8Extras (b1, nb8) 9TOTAL (all out, 83.3 overs) 217Fall of wickets: 1-46, 2-58, 3-71, 4-108, 5-113, 6-134, 7-162, 8-166, 9-199, 10-217.Bowling: Dawes 12-3-39-0 (nb4), Gordon 7-1-18-0 (nb4), D Thomas 2-0-20-0, Miller 37-11-67-8, Jacobs 11-3-28-0, Campbell 9-1-27-0, McCarthy 5.3-1-17-2.SCORPIONS 2nd InningsS. Thomas c Brathwaite b Warrican 5*J. Campbell not out 10K. Edwards c Chase b Warrican 2A. McCarthy not out 5TOTAL (2 wkts, 12 overs) 22Fall of wickets: 1-6, 2-10.Bowling: Warrican 6-2-10-2, Cummins 2-0-3-0, Chase 4-0-9-0.Position: Scorpions trail by 18 runs overall.Toss: Scorpions.Umpires: Christopher Wright, Nigel Duguid.last_img read more

Perpetual snaps skid with gutsy OT win over Letran

first_imgView comments MOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Alora determined to finally beat Cambodian rival if they meet in AIMAG Learning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ It was a heartbreaking defeat for Letran, which had to fight back from a 75-72 deficit at the 14.2 second mark of regulation before Bong Quinto banged in the game-tying triple with 4.4 seconds to spare to tie the game at 75.JP Calvo paced the Knights with 21 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and two steals, while Quinto got 15 markers, six boards, and two dimes before fouling out at the 1:43 mark of the extra period.Nambatac also got 15 points, 12 rebounds, and two assists in the defeat, which sent Letran down to 5-5.The Scores:PERPETUAL 88 – Eze 21, Dagangon 21, Ylagan 18, Coronel 10, Pido 9, Cabiltes 4, Hao 3, Yuhico 2, Mangalino 0, Sadiwa 0, Clemente 0, Lucente 0, Tamayo 0.ADVERTISEMENT 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 A costly, catty dispute finally settled The lanky forward drilled two crucial jumpers over Rey Nambatac to push his side from a 77-all deadlock to an 82-77 advantage with 3:01 left in OT, and stifled the Knights’ late rally as he blocked Nambatac in the final minute before AJ Coronel put the game out of reach with his freebies.Dagangon finished with 21 markers, five boards, three assists, and two blocks in the win.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogGJ Ylagan chimed in 18 points and three rebounds, while Coronel added 10 markers, four boards, three dimes, and three steals.“We play with no pressure. We’re free-wheeling, no one’s hesitant, especially on offense. We had some lapses, but at least, we survived it in the overtime period,” said Gican, as the Altas improved to 4-6. Winning start End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. LETRAN 82 – Calvo 21, Quinto 15, Nambatac 15, Vacaro 9, Balanza 8, Taladua 7, Bernabe 3, Mandreza 2, Gedaria 2, Pamulaklakin 0, Balagasay 0, De Villa 0, Caralipio 0, Pascual 0.Quarters: 18-12, 32-33, 57-52, 75-75, 88-82. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFinally playing with a sense of urgency, Perpetual weathered a mighty challenge from Letran and came away with an 88-82 overtime victory Thursday in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.MVP frontrunner Prince Eze showed his worth with 21 points and 19 rebounds, but it was Gab Dagangon who came up with the big shots in extra time to salvage the Altas.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Mayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’ Break new ground End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendlast_img read more

Exclusive – Goater defends Toure: Man City man not to blame for Bayern Munich showing

first_imgManchester City legend Shaun Goater has leapt to the defence of Yaya Toure following recent criticism.The Ivorian midfielder has been slammed for his showing against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, with ex-Blues star Niall Quinn telling talkSPORT the 31-year-old has to ‘step up’ and earn a new contract.Toure was linked with a move away the Etihad in the summer, and has been far from the player who dominated the Premier League towards the latter end of last season.But Goater believes manager Manuel Pellegrini, rather than the ex-Barcelona man, is to blame for his drop in performance.“I’m a big Yaya Toure fan,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “Sometimes he just takes games by the scruff of the neck and changes them. You have to think, ‘blimey what a player’. You feel privileged to have watched him.“People wanted a better work rate from him against Bayern Munich, but that’s just not his game.“Sometimes Manuel Pellegrini will have to make a decision and say, ‘I’ve got to pull him off because it just isn’t happening. He’s not playing like the offense player we know him to be. We need someone else, who’s going to give us the work rate because we’re away from home’.“Sometimes Pellegrini has to make that decision.”last_img read more

Atletico Madrid are in talks to sign Morata

first_imgThe former Real Madrid striker could be set for a return to the Spanish capital, less than two years after joining Chelsea in a club-record £70m deal.Morata has been linked with both Sevilla and Barcelona in recent weeks but Atletico – the club where he began his youth career – now look like frontrunners for his signature.Chelsea sold Diego Costa back to Atletico just three months after signing Morata.But Costa has struggled to stay fit this season and has scored just one goal in 11 La Liga matches, prompting Atletico to look for another attacking option to complement Antoine Griezmann.Blues boss Sarri has made no secret of his desire to add two players to his Chelsea squad and has targeted a reunion with former Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain, who is currently on loan at AC Milan from Juventus.Higuain is Chelsea’s priority to reinforce their attack although the club are also weighing up a move for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, with the England international also interesting West Ham, who may need a replacement for Marko Arnautovic.-By Sky Sports- 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The former Real Madrid striker could be set for a return to the Spanish capital, less than two years after joining Chelsea in a club-record £70m deal.LONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 15 – Atletico Madrid are in talks to sign Alvaro Morata from Chelsea.Morata has been linked with a Stamford Bridge exit after losing his place as Chelsea’s first-choice striker, with boss Maurizio Sarri preferring to utilise Eden Hazard as his main point of reference in attack.last_img read more


first_imgDonegal District Court Judge Paul Kelly has said the murder of Garda Detective Adrian Donohoe outlines the danger Gardai face everyday.Judge KellyJudge Kelly made his comments as he expressed his sympathy with Garda Donohoe’s wife and family at Letterkenny District Court this morning. Detective Donohoe was gunned down by raiders as he escorted a cash van to a credit union in Dundalk on Friday evening.Judge Kelly said “I would like to express my sympathy following the appalling and brutal murder of Garda Adrian Donohoe.“It outlines the dangers Gardai face in doing their duty. I would like to express my sympathy to his wife and family and to all members of An Garda Siochana.”The sentiments of Judge Kelly were echoed by Inspector Michael Harrison on behalf of the Gardai.Senior solicitor Niall Sheridan spoke on behalf of the legal representatives in court.He said he would like to express his sympathy to Garda Donohoe’s family and to An Garda Siochana for this “wanton and dreadful act.”The murdered Garda was a former colleague of Ballyshannon Garda Superintendent Leo McGinn who was previously based in Dundalk.DONEGAL JUDGE SAYS MURDER OF GARDA PROVES DANGERS FORCE FACE EVERY DAY was last modified: January 28th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Garda Adrian DonohoeJudge Paul KellyLetterkenny District Courtlast_img read more

Valley dealership is big Pimpin’

first_imgNORTH HILLS – There’s a madman wandering around Galpin Ford, and there’s “pimping” going on in the back, but the owners couldn’t be more pleased. After years of tricking out trucks and crafting cars in custom colors, the megadealer landed a contract to handle the outlandish customizations for MTV’s “Pimp My Ride” series. Set to begin its latest season on the cable channel on June 15 and run from the Galpin Auto Sports, or GAS, division, the show will take on a rock sensibility to its previous hip-hop style. This makes for an exceedingly strange scene at the dealership, Ford’s top volume seller in the world. Sales managers in white shirts and conservative ties intermix with guys with faces pierced full of silver and curvy green tattoos. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2In the middle of it all stands Michael Martin, known to the “pimp” faithful and his friends as Mad Mike, and Beau Boeckmann, the wild-haired, pink-shirted son of Galpin owner Bert Boeckmann. When they start talking cars, things get out of hand quickly. “This is my house right here, this is where I’m most comfortable,” said Martin, an Air Force veteran whose projects have included B-52 Stratofortresses and Rolls-Royces. “Every wire, every cutter, every tool I could ever want, a $15,000 laser that Beau bought me. There’s nothing I can’t do here.” Neither Martin, who’s been hired as the customizing supervisor for GAS, nor Boeckmann would reveal much about the cars they’ll produce on the show. Martin mentioned a Mitsubishi that will incorporate “the dopest microphones I’ve ever seen,” a “stupid, ridiculous” Cadillac limousine and an ice cream truck that will become “the best vehicle we’ve ever made.” The two creative minds make an interesting pair. Martin, a sedate, Compton-bred, self-taught mechanic whose first clients were drug dealers looking to make their lowriders jump higher, uses “stupid,” “crazy” and less printable terms to describe the creations. He dreams of one day inventing a car that will run on some sort of perpetual motion. Boeckmann, who wears stylish suits and until recently sported a swashbuckler’s waxed moustache, has pictures of himself with both Presidents Bush in his office. He first customized his grandmother’s rotted out Mercedes sedan with a leopard print interior at age 15 and had his personal Lincoln Navigator end up in Michael Jackson’s fleet of vehicles. It’s hard to figure out who’s more outlandish. Boeckmann landed the deal after showing off his portfolio of trucks with built-in pipe organs and barbecue grills to the show’s producers. “They were saying they were the first ones to put a chandelier in a car,” he grinned. “So I say, well, we did that in the ’60s. Then they said, how about a fireplace. And I’d say, yeah, we’ve done that, too.” That was enough to win over Rick Hurvitz, the program’s co-creator and executive producer. After several seasons with the Corona-based West Coast Customs, he wanted to take the program in the more high-performance direction favored by Boeckmann. And getting the wild vice president on the same team as Mad Mike proved irresistible. “Watching those two interact is hilarious, and I mean that in the best way,” Hurvitz said. “They come from different backgrounds, but they’re kindred spirits. They both dream excessively large. We look at Beau and sometimes he seems like the crazy one. And that’s a compliment.” All this seems mainstream now – legitimized by television and starched-shirt corporate types – but it continues an outlaw tradition begun long ago in grungy Valley garages. Galpin got into the action back in the early ’50s, making convertibles out of models Ford didn’t drop the tops off, jacking up trucks to make 4x4s and fixing up vans for surfers in the ’70s. Though gearheads everywhere will always tinker with their cars to make them faster and flashier, the movement has always been particularly identified with Southern California. “You want it to be entertaining, and transportation becomes secondary,” said George Barris, a legendary North Hollywood customizer. “Everyone’s got a different idea. That’s why you see someone like the guys at Galpin do so well. The reason they’re so big today is that they do things right there. … That’s why they’re the No. 1 dealer in the world.” The show’s designs, many of which cost tens of thousands of dollars, involve descriptions such as “the world’s largest” and “the first ever,” a far cry from oversize wheels and booming sound systems that GAS normally turns out. Steve Carpenter, the shop’s fast-talking, hyperanimated sales manager, says “pimping” ain’t easy – crews put in 20-hour days, six days a week to complete the cars – but it’s necessary. “The experimentation back there, the wheels, the tires, the audio, the paint, we can incorporate that into things people want here,” said Carpenter, who’s managed to run up $2,000 in bills fixing up his Mustang at his own shop. “Now, if someone wants a 10-inch monitor or a dual iPod adapter, my guys can do that. `Pimp My Ride’ gives us a way to experiment and learn how to do what people want.” (818) 713-3738160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

Gareth Southgate challenges England’s U20 stars to break through at top level

first_img New Liverpool man Dominic Solanke lifts the U20 World Cup 1 England manager Gareth Southgate has challenged the Under-20 World Cup winners to establish themselves as regulars in the Premier League.Southgate wants Paul Simpson’s squad to build on the progress they have made at international level by getting more game time for their clubs.The Young Lions won the trophy in South Korea, a first international title at any level since the senior side lifted the World Cup at Wembley in 1966, with a 1-0 win over Venezuela courtesy of a goal from Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin.Dominic Solanke, who recently agreed to join Liverpool from Chelsea, won the tournament’s golden ball award as top player, scoring twice in the 3-1 win over Italy at the semi-final stage.Newcastle goalkeeper Freddie Woodman saved a penalty to keep the lead over Venezuela intact but spent last season on loan at Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock as his parent club won the Championship.Of England’s winning squad, Bournemouth’s Lewis Cook – the captain of the team – played a total of 431 minutes for the Cherries last season.In total the 13 players who featured against Venezuela played 1,094 Premier League minutes between them last season – equivalent to about 12 full matches.Southgate believes it is vital for the whole squad to make their mark at club level to build on their title win in Suwon.He said: “A lot of these lads have dipped their toes in the water at first-team level. The responsibility is over to them, what they can do next.“You can never stand still as a young player, there’s always another challenge for you. Equally, I think when you win a tournament like that it shows everybody that we’ve got good young players.“Without an opportunity for therm to go and show that at first-team level, then it’s very difficult to progress.”Southgate revealed England’s success in South Korea had come on the back of a change in emphasis over the types of games played by the England age level teams.He said: “A couple of years ago we made a big decision to improve the games programme to give our younger teams better experience of playing teams from around the world.“At the time it was a bit controversial, at under-16 level we only ever played the Victory Shield which was Ireland, Scotland and Wales but we felt it was important that those sorts of games are the types of games that our kids get every week at their clubs.“We needed to go and play the likes of Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and so on.”That preparation paid off as England’s Under-20s played away against Mexico, a team they also came up against in South Korea.“This group that won last week, in the last year they went out to Mexico and ended up playing Mexico in the quarter-final. Two months ago they went out to South Korea.“I think we’ve managed to expose them to a good-quality games programme. We’ve been able to see they are at that level.”Southgate gave the example of his own experience as the first time he faced a side from Brazil was at senior level.“When I was a senior player, playing against Brazil was the first experience I’d ever had of running out against them,” he added.“Our younger players are used to playing against these guys and have the confidence they need.“Now they have won a trophy, not only does that give them belief but it sets a good example for those that follow. They have to try and strive to reach those levels.”last_img read more


first_imgMurphy and McFadden in starting line-upJIM McGuinness has named his starting 15 for the Ulster semi-final clash with Down at the weekend.The match at Breffni Park (throw-in 2pm) is expected to draw a large crowd from both counties.There are no surprises in the named line-up; however it is possible that there may be one or two changes beforehand. 1.Paul Durcan2.Paddy McGrath3.Neil McGee4.Eamon McGee 5.Declan Walsh6.Frank McGlynn7.Anthony Thompson8.Ryan Bradley9.Rory Kavanagh 10.David Walsh11.Leo McLoone12.Mark McHugh13.Patrick McBrearty 14.Michael Murphy15.Colm McFaddenMcGUINNESS NAMES STARTING 15 FOR DOWN CLASH was last modified: June 20th, 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:McGUINNESS NAMES STARTING 15 FOR DOWN CLASHlast_img read more

Countdown is on for the live-streaming of tonight’s Mary from Dungloe extravaganza

first_imgThe countdown is officially on for tonight’s live-streaming of the 50th Mary from Dungloe on Donegal Daily.Just 700 people have been lucky enough to snap up tickets for tonight’s event which will be hosted by the man himself, Daniel O’Donnell.However, if you haven’t been lucky enough to get a ticket for the event at Dungloe Community School then don’t worry. If you live in Singapore or Stranorlar, Beijing or Ballybofey, Lifford or Liverpool, Moscow or Malin, you can catch every moment of the event live.Simply click on to …..Countdown is on for the live-streaming of tonight’s Mary from Dungloe extravaganza was last modified: August 8th, 2017 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:donegallive-streamingMary From Dungloelast_img read more