A month long Brownie J. Samukai Peace and Unity Football Tournament ended over the weekend at Kebbah Town, near Barnesville, outside Monrovia.The tournament brought together several communities, including Openville, Beh-Wigne, Bend And Stop and Kebbah Town.In the soccer grand final, Bend And Stop team lifted the prestigious trophy and a cash award of Ld100,000; runner-up Beh-Wigne team received Ld50,000 and a trophy; and Kebbah team received a cash prize of Ld25,000 and a trophy.Two children soccer teams that participated in the tournament in the children category each received a trophy and a set of jerseys.Meanwhile, because of delays in the kickball and soccer final matches, the re-scheduled games will come on this Sunday, March 2 between Bend And Stop and Kebbah Community.On the same day, Referees will clash with a select side of the Liberia National Police.Presenting the awards to the teams earlier, Hon. Brownie J. Samukai, Minister of National Defense, in whose honor the games were played, said it was meant to unite and bring the various communities together to celebrate.He said the Ld325, 000 spent for the entire tournament, including the awards is to give the community a chance to be together, and meanwhile praised all the participants for their fair participation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Thus, five games in, the Dodgers are no closer to naming a fifth starter than they were when they arrived here almost three weeks ago. And manager Grady Little said they might not name one until the day they leave more than three weeks hence. “That decision could come right down to the end,” Little said. Mays, a pitcher who won 17 games for Minnesota in 2001, wasn’t believed to be even a serious candidate until Little identified him as one about a week ago. Mays missed all of 2004 after Tommy John surgery, then struggled with the Twins in 2005 before leaving as a free agent for Kansas City. When those struggles continued – he was 0-4 with a 10.27 ERA when the Royals released him last May – Mays briefly found himself unemployed until Cincinnati came calling three days later, albeit with a minor-league contract. That was when fate stepped in. Actually, it already had stepped in three months before. When the Reds were undergoing routine physicals at the start of spring training, pitching coach Vern Ruhle had been found to have multiple myeloma. The cancer put him out of commission for the season and, less than a year later, took his life. Ruhle’s unexpected absence created a domino effect in the organization in which bullpen coach Tom Hume became the pitching coach, Triple-A Louisville pitching coach Lee Tunnell became the big-league bullpen coach, and Single-A Sarasota pitching coach and former Dodgers pitcher Ted Power went to Triple-A. Upon signing with the Reds, Mays was immediately assigned to Louisville. It was there that he first met Power, whom he now credits with turning his career around. Furcal out Shortstop Rafael Furcal was out of action and will remain so for at least another couple of days because of discomfort in his right shoulder. “Anytime a player is in the training room, it’s a little bit of a worry,” Little said. “But he is getting better and better each day. It’s probably a two- or three-day process.” Saito throws Closer Takashi Saito, who has been on a regular throwing program all spring but has been limited in running because of a strained right calf, threw a brief simulated game on Sunday and will make his Grapefruit League debut on Wednesday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! He wound up with two shutout innings in which he faced the minimum, gave up one hit, started a double play with a nice defensive grab and struck out two batters. He finished with a flourish, freezing Ryan Langerhans for a called third strike. Meanwhile, in Viera, Brett Tomko also was staking a claim to the fifth spot with two shutout innings of his own in a 6-2 loss to Washington. VERO BEACH, Fla. – It is a long way from the career bottoming-out Joe Mays went through less than a year ago to where he finds himself now, and it is even farther to where Mays hopes to find himself in a few weeks. But the veteran right-hander took an encouraging next step on Sunday in his Grapefruit League debut for the Dodgers. Mays, in camp on a minor-league contract and one of several candidates for the vacant fifth spot in the rotation, came on in relief of Derek Lowe to begin the third inning of what became a 4-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves.
LOS Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Police Chief William Bratton are asking for cooler heads to prevail as officers threaten to quit their gang and narcotics details if they are forced to sign financial statements as part of their anti-gang work. Yet what’s needed is not for cooler heads to prevail, but saner heads. The disclosure is part of the federal consent decree that was put into effect as a result of the Rampart Division scandal, when several anti-gang officers were accused of framing and assaulting gang members; and several officers were convicted. More than 600 officers are affected by this ill-considered provision of the decree, and if they go through with their threat to transfer to other duties, we could see a lot more traffic cops on the streets, which might ease traffic congestion, but certainly won’t help eradicate the gangs. According to Bob Baker, president of the Police Protective League, “If an officer fills it out, it becomes part of his record and can be subpoenaed in court.” This is a grave worry for any officer working gang or narco details. “I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t want some gang member having access to my bank account or Social Security number,” Baker added. As Councilman Dennis Zine, a retired LAPD officer and former PPL president, put it: “After Rampart, the city disbanded the gang units, which led to an upsurge in violence. We don’t want to see that repeated. We had complete chaos and that’s why we have so many gang problems now.” L.A. is the only city that has a financial-disclosure caveat for its police officers, and there hasn’t been a police department or any other enterprise that hasn’t had its share of corrupt employees – no mater how rigorously they are screened. If saner heads prevail, they can simply go back to good old-fashioned police work and investigate when suspicion of a police officer gone bad arises. Investigate away and see if he’s a cop on the take or … has a wife who writes best-selling salacious novels or inherited his mega-wealthy Uncle Harry’s estate. Sandy Sand is a resident of West Hills and former editor of the Tolucan and reporter for the San Fernando Valley Chronicle.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! U.S. District Judge Gary Feess, who presides over the decree, should do a big rethink here. He has already turned down a request to lift the requirement, and is now considering a compromise that would instead allow for random audits of gang-unit officers. Whose side is Feess on? The gangbangers or the cops who are trying to keep the streets safe? Taking the side of the government – and exhibiting a most convenient memory – is former police chief and current City Councilman Bernard Parks, even though he opposed the consent decree in the first place. “We should not give in to the tantrums of a union that is spreading fear among its members,” Parks said. One has to wonder what Parks would call it when, in November 2003, he threw a hissy fit of a tantrum and raises for council members – himself included – became a matter of public debate. He said his raise was a “private matter.” If a raise is a “private matter,” what does Parks call full financial disclosure before an officer is accused of misconduct?
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Liverpool pair Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno celebrate the former’s goal against Crystal Palace Liverpool battled through to the last eight of the FA Cup after coming from behind to beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at Selhurst Park.Reds fans were fearing another upset against what has become their bogey team in recent seasons, and it went to script when Fraizer Campbell put the hosts in front in the first-half.Brendan Rodgers’ side gathered themselves, though, and looked the more likely team to score ahead of the break, and fit-again Daniel Sturridge finally had the visitors level shortly after the re-start with a neat volley.The Reds boss called on striker Mario Balotelli at half-time to add attacking potency to his side, and the Italian proved his worth once again by playing a hand in the winning goal.His powerful free-kick was well saved by Julian Speroni, but the rebound was pounced on by Adam Lallana, whose first-time finish sealed Liverpool’s progression as they held on for the win.Right from the very start there was a sense there would be goals, as fans witnessed an end-to-end opening at Selhurst Park.Liverpool mustered the first shots on target but it was Palace who scored the first goal, the ever-dangerous Dwight Gale causing problems for goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, whose punched clearance only went as far as Campbell, who took advantage of a defensive mix-up to slot home into an empty net.The Redmen responded well, controlling possession and forcing the Eagles back with some neat, patient approach play, which concluded with Lallana seeing a snap shot well saved by Speroni, who was on hand again to deny Philippe Coutinho moments later.Liverpool were really heaping the pressure on Palace at it seemed they had got their break when Sturridge was tripped in the box, though the referee waved away claims for a penalty.Lazar Markovic was a livewire for the visitors and he was next to go close to the equaliser, beating three defenders in an electric run but lashing his shot over the crossbar from 20 yards.But Palace had a livewire of their own in Gayle, who was denied by a brilliant save from Mignolet, after the attacker did well to control a bobbling pass to go one-on-one with the Reds goalkeeper.Palace seemed content to sit back on their lead and hit Liverpool on the counter, and with pacey attacking duo Gayle and Yannick Bolasie it was an effective strategy, and frustration grew for Liverpool as they repeatedly saw their attacking moves break down.After the break, though, it took little time for Brendan Rodgers’ side to finally find the back of the net, Daniel Sturridge slotting a volley through the legs of Speroni to deservedly level from Jordan Henderson’s ball into the boxThe half-time introduction of Balotelli gave the Reds another dimension up front, and – following his game-winning heroics against Tottenham – the Italian was involved again to put his side in front.The Merseysiders failed to keep the momentum in their favour, however, as Alan Pardew’s Palace began to push on for their second, and the hosts had their own shouts for a spot-kick turned down after the ball pinged up onto the hand of full-back Alberto Moreno in the penalty area, though it would have been a harsh decision against the Spaniard.Palace’s superiority didn’t last long though, as the Reds managed to close out the win to take a step closer to Wembley. 1
NEWSLETTER – TAWNAWILLY – DONEGAL TOWN AND CLARSt. Patrick’s Church, Donegal Town Fr. Willie Peoples 074-9721026Saturday 16th 10.00am Seamus Caldwell – Anniversary 6.00pm Winnie & Tommy Mulhern – AnniversarySunday 17th 9.00am Lorraine & Eddie Thomas – Anniversary11.30am Conor Sinclair – AnniversaryMonday 18th 9.30am For The Faithfull Tuesday 19th 9.30am James & Margaret Deffely – DeceasedThursday 21st 9.30am Birdie Gallagher – AnniversaryFriday 22nd 9.30am Special IntentionSaturday 23rd 10.00am Margaret Quinnlan – Anniversary6.00pm Cis Collins – Anniversary Sunday 24th 9.00am. 11.30am May Mc Callion – 1st AnniversaryMichael Thomas – AnniversaryMasses During the Week – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9.30am. Eucharistic Adoration- St. Patrick’s Church, Thursdays from 10.00am -9.00pm. All Welcome!Divine Mercy Chaplet & Benediction each Thursday evening at 8.00pm throughout the Lenten period.Scoil Aodh Rua agus NualaFirst Confessions for Holy Communion Candidates – 11th March at 7.00pm in St Patrick’s Church.First Holy Communion – 11th May at 11.00am.Service of Light for Gaelscoil na gCeithre Maistri Confirmation Candidates – 26th February in St Patrick’s Church at 5.00pm.First Confession for Gaelscoil na gCeithre Maistri – 20th May at 7.00pm in St Patrick’s Church.First Holy Communion – 25th May at 11.00am in St Patrick’s Church.Trocaire Boxes are available at the back of the church. They may be returned on Good Friday. Thank you.Recent Death – Philip Griffith, Bridgetown. Brother of Fr. Anthony. Funeral was on Thursday.St. Agatha’s Church, Clar Fr. Danny Mc Brearty 074-9721093Saturday 16th 6.30pm The deceased members of The Martin Family, The Glen – AnniversarySunday 17th 10.30am Brigid Meehan – AnniversaryMonday 18th 10.00am Special IntentionFriday 22nd 10.00am Keith Pearson – Months MindSaturday 23rd 6.30pm Joe Martin – AnniversarySunday 24th 10.30am Paddy, Mary & Peter Carr – AnniversaryMasses During the Week – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 10.00am.Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament – Tuesday from 3.00pm -7.00pm in St Agatha’s Church, Clar.Recent Death – Philip Griffith, Rushbrooke – funeral was on Thursday.St Vincent de Paul Your local St Vincent de Paul branch is nearby at 0871918912Service of Light – For Confirmation class from St Francis School – Wednesday, 20th February at 7.00pm in St Agatha’s Church, Clar.Confirmation – St Agatha’s Church, Clar on Saturday, 2nd March at 11.00am.First Confession – For the children from St Francis School on Thursday, 21st March at 7.00pm.FOUR MASTERS G.A.A. CLUBAre now accepting Membership. €50.00 per adult over 18 years of age .The Club is urging members and new members to pay their €50.00 fee as soon as possible. To registrar contact Michael Martin (087) 6198905 or any committee member. Michael will be available in Abbey Hotel Monday evening 18th February 9.00pm -9.45pm.COMMUNITY GAMESThe Community Games Art U8-U16, Model Making U10-U16 and Handwriting U10 is in the Millpark Hotel on Sunday 17th Feb 3.00-6.00pm. Registration at 2.30pm. All materials will be supplied for handwriting. Children doing art or model making must supply their own materials. Parent/guardian must accompany child to complete registration form. Registration costs €2 per child. 1st prize winners at this event will go forward to the county final in the Millpark Hotel Sun 7th April.SCOIL AODH RUA AGUS NUALA ENROLMENTSJunior Infant enrolments for September 2013 will take place on Tuesday 26th February between 1.00-2.50pm in the Nuala building. Enrolment forms available on the day or beforehand from the Secretary’s office. (Contact – 9722661)Parish Bulletin e-mail address is email@example.comDD LOCAL: PARISH NEWSLETTER FOR DONEGAL TOWN AND CLAR was last modified: February 17th, 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:DD LOCAL: PARISH NEWSLETTER FOR DONEGAL TOWN AND CLAR
CAVAN will have a new manager in charge when they play Donegal in the Ulster SFC opener next month.Terry Hyland succeeds Val Andrews following his resignation last week.Andrews stepped down from the position amid reports that players voted in favour of a change of management. Hyland’s name was put forward at a specially convened committee meeting and he received the unanimous backing of the club delegates, while Anthony Forde will take over as team trainer and selector.Hyland, who has been appointed on a four-year term, has led two successive Cavan U-21 sides to back-to-back Ulster titles and he will take charge of the Breffni men when the take on Roscommon in Saturday’s Under-21 All-Ireland semi-final.His first game in charge of the senior side will be the Ulster SFC preliminary round clash with Donegal on May 20.“This brings to an end a difficult week for the county. The chairman, officers and board congratulate Terry & Anthony and wish them every good luck as the commence preparation for Cavan’s USFC game with Donegal on the 20th of May,” a statement from the Cavan County Board read. GAA: CAVAN GET NEW MANAGER AHEAD OF DONEGAL CLASH was last modified: April 18th, 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)
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England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won possible standings Pedro opened the scoring for the Blues That gave Cesar Azpilicueta the opportunity to win it for Chelsea, with the Blues boasting a perfect record from the spot.Pedro gave Chelsea the lead on his 31st birthday in the eighth minute, following up after Alvaro Morata saw his shot saved, but a slow start to the second half from Chelsea allowed Inter to equalise in the 49th minute through Roberto Gagliardini.The Blues twice went close to winning it in normal time through Jorginho and Tammy Abraham while Caballero, who might have done better with Gagliardini’s goal, produced a fine save to deny Lautaro Martinez.The only real concern for Sarri after an encouraging workout was a late knock picked up by defender Andreas Christensen. Chelsea now move on to Dublin, where they will face Arsenal on Wednesday. REVEALED possible xi Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT smart causal LATEST CHELSEA NEWS 1 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Chelsea got their International Champions Cup campaign off to the ideal start after securing a win via a penalty shoot-out over Inter Milan in Nice.The game finished 1-1 after 90 minutes but Willy Caballero saved Milan Skriniar’s spot-kick to give Maurizio Sarri’s men the advantage. REVEALED Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars shining silverware gameday cracker Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade
Dungloe Community NotesBig clean up Dungloe tidy towns are having a community clean up Wednesday the 4th of April at 6pm. assembling at the Ionad Teampaill Chróine. Gloves bags and pickers will be supplied. Dungloe tidy towns would like to invite all businesses, premises and the residents in the environs of Dungloe to take part in this clean up. Please take an hour out to assist your community in this endeavour and to have it nice and tidy for the Easter weekend. Thank you.Dungloe Tidy Towns Community Lotto. 31st march, winning No’s 4,8,18, 24. No jackpot winner. €50 winners – Stephen Cannon, Dungloe. Hugh Boyle, Pole Road, Meenmore Dungloe. Next week’s jackpot €7,750. Easter sports camps: this 3 day camp starts on Monday the 2nd of April to Wednesday the 4th of April at Rosses community school. Boys & girls 5-13yrs. Fee is €30 per child & €10 for any additional child in a family. Contact john 086 6036406 for bookings.Women’s weekend 2012: Friday the 6th of April Official opening in Ionad Teampaill Chróine with Neil McCafferty. All welcome. Saturday 7th 11a,-5pm workshops in the Ionad at 8pm in Rosses Community Gym – The Grand Ole Opry – A must for Country music lovers. Monday the 9th April Women’s 5k/ Mini Marathon @2pm, Registration in Ionad Teampaill Chróine from 1pm, All monies going to Local Charities.Dungloe GAA: are holding a Table Quiz in Neary’s Corner Bar & Lounge on Thursday 5th April @ 9.30pm in aid of underage teams. Your support would be greatly appreciated. All Welcome.St. Patrick’s Day in Meenacross: thanks to the two Maghery bands, the Meenacross band and to everyone who helped make it such a great St. Patrick’s morning in Meenacross. Thanks to everyone who helped out in the social centre after mass. Good Friday table quiz: is taking place in Burtonport Community centre Friday the 6th of April at 8:30pm. Teams of four €20. All proceeds to Dungloe District Hospital. Refreshments served.Under 8 Gaelic Football & Hurling will be commencing in the GAA field at Supervalu on Sat 14th Apr at 11:00am. This year all children will have the opportunity to play hurling & football. Children born 2005, 2006 & 2007 are welcome. Could parents please attend with the children on the first day. Queries to John @0866036406 or Cormac @0876997762.The parents association Scoil Chróine Dungloe would like to thank everyone for their baking and all who supported the Annual Cake Sale and Coffee Morning on St. Patrick’s Day. We would also like to thank The Cope, Supervalu and McDevitt’s Garage for their sponsorship of the raffle prizes. A total of €1,047 was raised towards the school funds. Thank you.Rosses NYP Youth Project: Sign up for our exiting 3 day Open House from 3rd-5th April for 10-12 yrs, €30. A huge range on offer with indoor/outdoor activities, Craft Design, Sports, Outdoor Art, Console Wii/X-box Gaming, Project Competitions, Giant Soccer, Scavenger Hunt, Team Building Challenges Spot Prizes, Computers & finish off with our Camp Party. Providing something for everyone, time spent with all day activities that will keep you busy with all your friends, Prior booking essential on 95 61931/0868280149.Maghery fun club would like to thank everyone who donated monies during their recent bag pack at the cope Main St. Dungloe a total sum of €465 was raised. We are very thankful. The club will close on March 30th and will re-open in Sept. Annual indoor and outdoor car boot sale: Good Friday 6th of April in Maghery Community Centre. Turn your trash into cash! 10am until 2pm booking required. Fee €5 per boot.Spring clean-up: it’s that time of year again when we would ask everyone to take part in the community clean-up. Assembling at Ionad an Mhachaire on Thurs. 5th of April at 6:00pm. Gloves, bags and pickers will be provided. All children must be accompanied by an adult. The community will be entering into the Tidy town competition this year again and lets improve in the comments and points obtained in last year’s competition.Driver CPC course – module 1. Commencing shortly in the Ionad. Call 074 95 22198 to register.Easter egg hunt: planned for the Old Railway Walk, in Burtonport Easter weekend. Those wishing to take part in the hunt can pick up an entry form and instructions from The Checkout (formally known as Spar) at Burtonport crossroads over the Easter weekend. There’s no set time planned for the walk, families can do it any time over the weekend at their leisure- from Easter Saturday right through to Easter Monday. All completed forms must be submitted by 5pm on Bank holiday Monday to the collection point at The Checkout and one lucky winner will win a beautiful Easter hamper. Entry forms are €2 each and all funds raised will go towards the upkeep of the Old Railway walk. This will be a great way to get the kids out for a walk over the weekend without the moaning so it’s a win-win situation all round. Enjoy. LOCAL NEWS: ROSSES COMMUNITY NOTES was last modified: April 3rd, 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)Tags:Rosses Community notes