TNT dealt away Terrence Romeo for two role players and a future draft pick of San Miguel Beer after management acted on other KaTropa’s requests to trade away the three-time PBA scoring champion.Anthony Semerad and Brian Heruela, who have been playing behind the shadows of the multititled Beermen’s established stars, were given up by San Miguel together with its first round pick in 2021.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “But you cannot allow just one player—no matter how talented—to destroy what you’ve built over the years.”The source said Romeo has gotten into fights with teammates, even during practice sessions.“He doesn’t want to be touched and goes after his teammates when this happens,” the source said of Romeo. “He wants everything to be centered on him, which cannot happen.”ADVERTISEMENT No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom View comments 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 Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil The deal, which has been forwarded to the Commissioner’s Office for approval of Willie Marcial, was reached Monday, a day after the 2019 Draft, as Ka-Tropa management deemed it best to release Romeo rather than risk jeopardizing chemistry in the team.An Inquirer source, familiar with goings-on in the team but who spoke on the condition that he is not identified, bared that seven TNT players—some of the team’s biggest stars—have sought out management to petition Romeo’s removal.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“He (Romeo) ruined the chemistry in the team, from what we gathered,” the source said as he added that TNT welcomes Heruela and Semerad.“It’s a pity because he is such a talented offensive player,” the source continued as the plan for Romeo, acquired from GlobalPort in a trade in April, to take over TNT when Jayson Castro retires will no longer happen. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college MOST READ Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Alab posts No. 2 behind another Balkman show Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES
Dear Editor,Joey Jagan’s proposal as captioned in his letter dated September 19, 2019, “Postpone elections and form a caretaker coalition with the PPP to create meaningful constitutional changes” is an idea that is unrealistic at this time. Guyana is not Sudan; they are distinctly different societies with different historical evolutions. History always shapes choices and in Guyana’s case, we have a history of both dictatorship and democracy where coalitions always end in failures.But more importantly, is Joey suggesting that the largest political forces in Guyana (the PPP) take the spot that Moses Nagamootoo legally occupied until September 18, 2019? Only the dull and the ignorant will not realise that under this current Constitution, the Office of the Prime Minister is nothing but a creature of the Office of the President and at any time, the Prime Minister can be rendered into a rubber-stamp.Has Joey already forgotten that on Valentine Day 2015, a promise was made to the AFC that their choice for Prime Minister should be the Chairman of the Cabinet and head of domestic affairs under the Cummingsburg Accord? Did this happen? So why must this nation ever trust the PNC again with the Presidency? If they want it, they must win it at the ballot box.It is absolutely insane to do the same thing over and over and expect a different outcome. Is Joey now telling us that Team Granger had an epiphany on the midnight of September 18, 2019, after deflowering and devouring the AFC and is now ready to honour the intent and spirit of signed political agreements after disfiguring the UF in 1968 and the AFC in 2015?I do not know what sort of team Joey served in, but a few vital ingredients are necessary in building an effective coalition – accountability, consistency, and trust. One only has to analyse all of Mr Granger’s action since December 21, 2018, and we shall see that as a political leader, he possesses none of these qualities.Why don’t I suggest a variation to Joey’s impractical suggestions?1. Mr Granger does his constitutional duty and calls the elections;2. Both sides commit now to a new CONSTITUTION within 14 months of the elections.Might I suggest something for inclusion in the new Constitution – First, Guyana should have a fixed elections date on the 1st of September every 5 years. This will take away from the Executive that power to play games with the elections date.Secondly, Guyana does not need an Executive President; we need an Executive Prime Minister who shall be the Head of Government. There shall be a Titular President who shall be the Head of State and shall have constitutional powers that are only activated when the Government collapses and the Constitution come under attack, as we are observing today. That person shall be a retired public servant/judge/military officer/ambassador who served at the highest levels without political affiliations – like a Rudy Collins or Joe Singh or Cecil Kennard or Desiree Bernard.Finally, GECOM needs to be decommissioned and re-established as an accountable and transparent body to the people— not the politicians. It is disgusting that in this modern-day and age that some of the GECOM Commissioners can be instructed by the two political leaders as a means of steering their work. Such actions violate normalcy in a democracy. This is Guyana; not Turkmenistan or Uzbekistan! We are supposed to be a proud member of the democratic western hemisphere.That is why, while it should remain a 7-person body, only 2 of the 7 members should be servants of the political players – one from the governing team and one from the combined opposition. The remaining 5 must be stakeholders from civil society who have not served in a prior political role (the Inter-Religious Group, the Business Community, the YOUTHS representative – under the age of 35 to speak for the 55% of the population who are being ignored today, the WOMEN representative and the Chairperson).The Chairperson is a special case because never again should the Head of Government and Leader of the Opposition be allowed to influence this appointment with their partisan mindsets. The Chairperson should be appointed by the Judicial Services Commission, after consulting the business community, the religious community, the professional bodies like accountants, doctors, engineers, academics, lawyers, women’s movement, youth movement, trade unions, etc.We are a maturing democracy and it is time we act our age and stop all this child play that we all have been observing since December 21, 2018. Never again must such immature political actions be allowed to influence this society and Mr David Granger must be held 100% responsible for this hot political mess that this country finds itself in today.Regards,Sasenarine Singh
Four of the representative aspirants who appeared at the CEIO yesterday in Monrovia A Representative aspirant for Montserrado County District #6, Samuel B. Jacobs, has said our leaders not having ‘love for country’ is responsible for Liberia’s under development problem.Mr. Jacobs made the remark yesterday at the official kick-off of the Community Forum at the Center for the Exchange of Intellectual Opinion (CEIO) in Monrovia under the theme ‘Conversation on the Youth Votes 2017,” organized by NAYMOTE.According to Jacobs, the self-interest and self-seeking attitude of many of the country’s leaders “has caused Liberia to face all these glitches in the development of the country and the empowerment of its citizens.”The Community Forum is intended to provide an opportunity for young representative candidates to discuss or explain their plans for citizens if elected.“Liberia and many African countries are blessed by God with two seasons, rainy and dry seasons, but yet Liberia continues to import water from other countries sold in the various supermarkets. This is not something for Liberia to boast about,” he said.“The issue of love for country should be placed at the forefront to push our country forward to compete with other countries. We should stay away from self-interest, as is being applied across Liberia.”Jacobs also stressed that it is time for Liberian leaders to reduce their salaries and benefits in order to place citizens’ priorities and ‘country first’ ahead of everything.Daintowon Paybayee, a female aspirant of Montserrado County District #13, said Liberia also lacks implementation of policies, laws and programs, noting that there are already policies in place to address some of the issues in the country, including oversight by lawmakers.She said it is time for young people with ideas and solutions go to the House to help fix the country for the next generation, adding: “We have many young people who are qualified to address some of the problems in all sectors of Liberia.”For his part, an aspirant for District #5 in Montserrado County, Benjamin Wahyee, noted that Liberia already has the policies, but needs sufficient data prioritization of policies to bring the country on par with the region and the world at large.He said the problem with the expected outcome of policies is working to achieve them, stating that Liberia has introduced “a hand to mouth country situation.”According to him, lawmakers are not responsible for expanding programs, saying that it is the responsibility of the local government to expand policies, programs and development, supported by lawmakers.Wahyee maintained that Liberia needs to train its citizens especially the youth to take over service delivery to customers, adding that “Liberia cannot get rid of foreigners if we do not train our people for the jobs that foreigners occupy today.”The NEC says Montserrado constitutes 36% of the total voter population in the country and NAYMOTE wants voters in Montserrado County to get better dividends for their votes.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Compton came alive in the second quarter behind 6-foot-10 center Edgar Garibay’s six points. But the Matadores maintained a 33-31 halftime lead behind Williams’ six points. It helped that the Matadores shot 47 percent from the field (18 of 38) and held a 28-26 edge in rebounds, but they also had 14 turnovers to Compton’s five. Compton was shooting 40 percent, including 5 of 11 3-point attempts, but most of its other points were from in close and the misses were from long distance. Williams kept up the pace after intermission with nine of his team-high 23 points, but Derozan’s 11 points helped Compton keep pace and build a five-point lead by the end of the third quarter. Sandoval finished with 15 points, and Garibay had 13 before fouling out in the fourth quarter. Robbins and Siemens had 13 points apiece for La Mirada. Compton advances to Tuesday’s semifinals against Mater Dei, a 79-57 winner over Mayfair in another quarterfinal Friday. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! • Photo Gallery: 02/23: La Mirada vs. Compton LA MIRADA – Demar Derozan scored 27 points, including back-to-back slam dunks, to start a crucial 12-3 run near game’s end and lead visiting Compton High School to a 75-68 victory over La Mirada in the CIF-Southern Section Division I-AA boys basketball quarterfinals Friday night. Trailing 51-46 going into the fourth quarter, La Mirada (21-8) rallied to tie the game 54-54 with an 8-2 surge sparked by Taylor Siemen’s back-to-back baskets. But as they had throughout the game, the Tarbabes answered quickly, this time with a pair of 3-pointers from Tony Sandoval and Derozan. La Mirada stepped up again. Sophomore center Derrick Williams scored six points, including a three-point play, in an 8-1 run that gave the Matadores a 62-61 advantage with 3:32 to play. From that point, it was mostly Derozan and Compton. As the Tarbabes (25-3) steadily built their final 14-6 scoring spurt, La Mirada committed four of its 18 turnovers to help negate 3-pointers from Siemens and Kyle Risser. “Disappointing,” La Mirada coach Larry Kaupang said of the manner in which his team ended its otherwise remarkable season. “We made a couple of bad mistakes down the stretch, bad passes. They capitalized on our mistakes; we didn’t capitalize on theirs. “We created some opportunities, had some chances to win, but we didn’t make the plays we needed to. No excuses. They’re a really good team.” La Mirada started quickly and built a 21-13 lead after one quarter that included eight points by Josh Robbins.
Roth said he and the company’s owners paid $532,000 in bribes to the former food buyer for Oregon’s Department of Corrections from September2004 to December2006, according to court papers. Levin and Lawrence snapped up manufacturers’ overruns and products nearing the end of their shelf lives at steep markdowns, court documents said. Many of these items later found their way to prison cafeterias or were sold in prison commissaries. Weeks ago, the company’s owners, President Michael D. Levin, 52, and Vice President William S. Lawrence, 48, pleaded guilty to identical charges in U.S. District Court in Eugene, Ore. The three, released on their own recognizance, are due to be sentenced June27. Each of the three defendants could be fined $500,000 and spend 13 years in prison, but they could face shorter terms if they cooperate with the government. Representatives of the company, located in the Centre Pointe Business Park, declined to comment Wednesday. SANTA CLARITA – In the wake of mea culpas from owners of a Santa Clarita food wholesaler, a salesman for the company pleaded guilty this week to bribing a food buyer for Oregon’s prison system. On Tuesday, Howard F. Roth, 57, of Levin and Lawrence Inc. admitted to one count each of bribery and tax fraud. The matter is a tangled one and may not yet be over. “We’re taking any information we get, and the investigation is ongoing,” said Chris Cradani, assistant U.S. attorney in Oregon. Farhad “Fred” Monem, 48, who bought large quantities of bulk foods for Oregon’s 13-prison system, was fired from his $75,500-a-year job in February but has not been charged. He worked there for more than a decade, buoyed by glowing performance reviews thanks to the millions he saved the state each year. Perrin Damon, a spokeswoman for the Oregon corrections system, said inmate meals were nutritious, and the system was as much a victim as anybody else. “There were no red flags.” A criminal investigation was sparked by tips from whistle-blowers – two former employees of Levin and Lawrence.
The City of Fort St. John is hosting a public meeting regarding the amendment of Zoning Bylaw 2302, 2015.The City received an application looking amend the bylaw for building two duplex dwellings – totaling 4 units – in the South East area of Fort St. John.The area is developed with small lot/single family dwellings to the east and the south and duplex dwellings to the north and west.- Advertisement -The bylaw is to designate the subject land from ‘single detached and manufactured housing’ to ‘single detached and duplex housing.’The public are invited to make presentations and present written submissions regarding the matter.Copies of the proposed bylaws and related documents will be available to view at City Hall between 8:30 and 4:30, starting today until the 23rd.Advertisement The meeting itself is at 6 PM on November 23rd.To find more information about the bylaw looking at being amended, and the application, look at the request for decision here.
But after Sarri asked for more time to consider his future, former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti was appointed as new coach of the Serie A runners-up.The 59-year-old Sarri told Il Mattino: “We were having dinner … discussing whether or not to stay. We turned on the TV and we saw Ancelotti entering Filmauro (the headquarters of Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis).“I had some doubts, that’s fair, but there was a clause in the contract and it wasn’t something I had asked for. The timing wasn’t respected.“Now I hope that Ancelotti can achieve what I came so close to.”Napoli won their last Serie A title during the days of Diego Maradona in 1990.Sarri — who took over from another Italian Antonio Conte at Chelsea — has won his first four games in England.“I didn’t win anything in Naples. Conte here has won (Premier League 2016-2017) and it is difficult to take his place,” said Sarri.“Here it is totally different: it is an absolute party, it is a pleasure to arrive in the stadiums and see the fans with different shirts drinking a beer together.“I sign autographs for the fans of the opposing team on the sidelines, before and after the match.“There are games with so much intensity, physicality. The English game is a different football from the Italian one, played in extraordinary stadiums.“But at the beginning it’s not so simple to understand things. I know less about the teams I face and the opponents.”It is the first time that Sarri, who started out as a banker, has coached outside Italy.“Close up (life in Italy) is full of problems. But when we are far away, there is a bit of nostalgia and something is always missing.“More than all the food, even though I’m getting used to the meat and salmon here. But I can’t find anyone who makes coffee like Tommaso (Napoli coffee maker).”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Chelsea’s Italian head coach Maurizio Sarri says he found out he was sacked by Napoli on TV. © AFP / Oli SCARFFMILAN, Italy, Sep 7 – New Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri revealed on Friday that he found out he was sacked as coach of his previous club Napoli on television.Sarri had two years left on his contract after leading his hometown club to challenge champions Juventus for the title last season.
Charlie Wyett has told talkSPORT Liverpool should have spent the Luis Suarez transfer fee on three quality players.Anfield manager Brendan Rodgers signed seven players in the summer, with much of the money being generated from the sale of the side’s star striker to Barcelona.But those signings have largely backfired and the Sun’s football editor, Charlie Wyett, believes the club got their close season recruitment policy wrong.He told Hawksbee and Jacobs: “Brendan Rodgers went into the season with a lot of money to spend and he’s probably not spent it as well as he could have, and none of those signings have really worked out.“Hindsight is a wonderful thing, but I’m wondering if they would have been in the position they are in today if they’d spent that money on just three players – Hugo Lloris, Alexis Sanchez and Wilfried Bony.”
An alleged member of a massive gang-led drug ring who had been on the run from local authorities for more than a year was captured Wednesday night, Long Beach Police said. Victor Flores, 31, was arrested in San Pedro by investigators assigned to LA IMPACT, who worked with the Long Beach Police Department, the Los Angeles Police Department and the DEA, said Narcotics Division Sgt. Paul LeBaron of the LBPD. The Los Angeles Intra-agency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task force consists of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Flores tried to jump out of a bedroom window when the 4 a.m. warrant was served, but soon found out the residence was surrounded, LeBaron said. Flores has been a fugitive since a federal indictment was leveled against him and 58 other alleged gang members in the East Side Wilmas national drug distribution ring in 2006. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champThe indictment was part of a two-year investigation conducted by local, state and federal authorities that sought to dismantle the ESW drug ring, which allegedly pumped out 500 to 800 pounds of methamphetamines monthly and sold it coast to coast, according to authorities. The investigation – dubbed Operation Wasteland – was comprised of two linked investigations: Operation Daddy Day Care, which targeted the Highland Park Gang; and Operation Snow Globe, which went after the East Side Wilmas. Although the two Latino gangs had been bitter rivals, modern-day business practices in the drug trade saw them working together with chilling results, including using murders, assaults and threats to carry out their deals, authorities said. During the investigation, authorities seized more than 80 pounds of methamphetamines and 26 pounds of cocaine, more than 70 firearms, more than 40 vehicles and close to $1 million in cash. The investigation came to a head in April 2006 when Long Beach police, working with the DOJ, DEA, IRS and other agencies on Operation Snow Globe, carried out 15 search warrants, seized 26 pounds of meth – with a street value of about $2.6 million – more than a dozen weapons and more than $400,000 in one day. At that time, 26 of the 29 gang members wanted locally had been arrested, LeBaron said. Flores was among the three who eluded capture and was listed by the United States Marshals Service as one of its “Most Wanted” among California fugitives until Wednesday’s arrest, the sergeant said. He faces multiple federal charges of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine and, if convicted, a lifetime behind bars, authorities said. “It’s a perfect example that you can run, but you can’t hide,” LeBaron said Thursday.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Buncrana GAA Strictly Come DancingCongratulations to Pat McMyler and Emma Porter on winning Buncrana GAA’s first ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ event in the Plaza on Sunday night. In a tentative start to the dances, all the couples were understandably nervous, probably due to the rousing welcome they all received by a completely packed house. Although most couples did well in their first dance, scoring accordingly, they all kept their best performances for the second set of dances. The four judges, Doreen Friel, Donall Henderson, Nicholas Crossan and Martin Mullan probably had the most difficult job of the night in trying to separate the performances of the dancers.In a very enjoyable evening each set of dancers seemed to have been encouraged to show off their own personalities. Cathal Wilson entered the dance floor dressed as a cyclist, riding a child’s bike before immediately stripping off his cycling attire to begin his routine. Robert Callaghan entered the arena to the sound of ‘Bob the Builder’ and danced the entire routine dressed as ‘Bob the Builder,’ complete with yellow hat and builder’s belt. Garda Tom O’Connor was dressed in an orange prison-style overall and was chaperoned by Angela Cassidy dressed as a Garda. They then danced to Jailhouse Rock. Local milkman John Peter Doherty began his routine dressed as a milkman complete with crate of milk and dancing to the ‘Benny Hill’ theme tune. The crowd loved every minute of it. Credit must go to all the dancers for the professionalism with which they approached and carried out this event and for all their hard work. Credit must also go to the organising committee of Grainne McCarron, Elaine Coyle, Catrina Clare, Brian Stokes and Jacqueline Lawlor for volunteering their time to produce a very enjoyable and very professional evening. Thank you too to the judges who gave their time freely for the event. We are also indebted to the Plaza who gave their premises free of charge to facilitate the event and the weekly rehearsals, to the make-up ladies and to the public who kindly supported this event. Go raibh mile maith agaibh uilig. Congratulations to Lee Gooch and his production company, Elizabeth O’Donnell (Dance Tutor) and Denis Kelly (Disco) for a very professional job done.The Strictly part of the night ended with presentations to the dancers by Buncrana’s own county football star Ryan Bradley who, accompanied by the Anglo-Celt Cup, received a rapturous welcome.Bord na nOg AGMThe Bord na nOg AGM will take place at the Scarvey, on Sunday 13th November at 5.30pm. All nominations and motions should be returned by email to club secretary, Pauline Grant by (email@example.com) on or before Monday 7th November.Senior Executive Board AGMThe Senior Executive Board AGM will take place at the Scarvey, on Saturday 19th November at 5.30pm. All nominations and motions should be returned by email to club secretary, Pauline Grant(firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before Monday 14th November.Buncrana GAA Scrap Saturdays BIG Christmas Clear Out – Fundraiser In conjunction with Buncrana Tidy Town’s Initiative we plan to facilitate the lifting of old waste metals and other materials throughout the entire parish.We will sort this material ourselves and then supply it to a local scrap merchant. This will provide us with some much needed funding and also carry out a valuable community and environmental service. Buncrana GAA will then make a donation to Buncrana Tidy Town’s Inititiative.Team leaders from within the club are tasked with sourcing their own help and vehicles etc and this will not be a problem. We start collections on the 05th of November and will continue for 3 to 4 weeks depending on demand and progress through each leaders’ designated area.• Starts Saturday 05th November 2011 • We’ll collect any old items containing metal, from your garages, sheds, and back yards get rid of all that clutter.• No skips• No Collection or recycling costs• All items collected will be recycled by a local merchantEvery Saturday in November starting 5th we will collect the following items –• Old Fridges, Washing Machines, Tumble Dryers & Toasters etc.• Televisions, Microwaves, DVD Players, Hi-Fis, Radios, & Video Players etc.• Lawnmowers, Wheelbarrows, Barrels, Buckets, Old Garden Tools etc.• Hot Water Tanks, Piping, Bicycles etc.• Scrap Cars, Engines, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Girders and All Factory Metal Waste• Old Clothes (must be clean and bagged)• Batteries• Copper Cylinders and pipesAny other Metal Items you want to get rid of.Paul – 086-811 6983Tom – 083-347 6549Malachy – 086-804 2607Gary – 086-403 6544David – 087-939 2767Call us now for further information and don’t miss this great opportunity!CongratulationsCongratulations to Gary Duffy on his appointment as trainer to the Donegal County Minor Team under the management of Stephen Friel current Newtown manager. It’s a great reward for Gary and all the effort he has put in over the years.BORD na nÓGUnderage PresentationsBuncrana Bord na Og underage presentations will take place in the clubhouse, Sunday 6th November for u10 and u12s between 5pm and 6.30pm and u14 and u16’s will be from 7pm to 8.30pm. All players and parents welcome.Buncrana Parish League for National SchoolsDay 3 of our Parish League, held at the Scarvey last Friday, produced more outstanding football fromapproximately 100 boys and girls attending local primary schools. The sportsmanship displayed overthe three days has been remarkable with not a single yellow or red card required by the referees.Day 4 will be the Finals Day and will be held at the Scarvey on Friday November 11 from 3.30pm –4.45pm. On Finals Day all eight teams will play in knock-out competition to determine the over-all winners. A presentation ceremony will be held where every young person from every team willreceive a gift to acknowledge that they took part in the Parish League. The club invites all familymembers and friends to come along to this event.POSITION TEAM GAMES PLAYED POINTS1 Gaelscoil 7 202 Lawrence’s Lions 7 193 Sean’s Cheetahs 7 184 Brendan’s Tigers 7 155 Illies 7 136 Declan’s Panthers 7 117 Cockhill 7 98 Drumfries 7 7Anyone interested in coaching, refereeing or assisting managers call to Scarvey for 3.15 on Friday afternoon for the start of the inter school Parish league. Great way to make a start at coaching and managing.COLAISTI INIS EOGHAINUnfortunately Colaiste Inis Eoghain made their exit from the Rannafast Cup in Maghera on Thursday afternoon to Abbey CBS, but can hold their heads high after five good games against first class opposition.Bord Inis Eoghain chairperson, Gerard Callaghan expressed a huge thank you to manager Gary Duffy and his backroom team of Sean Noonan, Robert Farren, Conor O’Donnell and Liam Galbraith for their many hours of dedication to the Rannafast Cup squad since the end of July.He also thanked the school principals and teaching staff for their terrific co-operation at all times and without whose help participation in Ulster Colleges competitions would not be possible and the players themselves over the past few months have yet again been great ambassadors for their schools, their clubs and a great credit to their families and their behaviour both on and off the field has also been impeccable.Colaisti Inis Eoghain have yet again made many new friends who have paid glowing tributes to everyone involved with our set up and it’s fair to say we can look forward with confidence to some fine games over the next few weeks in the Corn na nOg Cup as a new batch of mentors and young players step up to the challenge of developing Inishowen football and taking it to a new level.Next Game: Saturday 5th November in Burt @ 12.30 pm. Colaisti Inis Eoghain v Omagh CBSPlease come along and show your support!RecyclingCLOTHES RECYCLING FACILITIES NOW AVAILABLE AT THE SCARVEY!Club NotesAnyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email email@example.com, stating so.Use of the Scarvey pitches for training or matches MUST be confirmed with Martin Mullan in advance (087 246 8108). Use of clubhouse MUST be confirmed with David McConnell in advance (087 939 2767).If you do have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on a Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa orwww.twitter.com/buncranagaaUse of the Scarvey pitches for training or matches MUST be confirmed with Martin Mullan in advance (087 246 8108). Use of clubhouse MUST be confirmed with David McConnell in advance (087 939 2767).If you do have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email email@example.com by 6pm on a Sunday for consideration.To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa or www.twitter.com/buncranagaaGAA NOTES: BUNCRANA GAA CLUB was last modified: October 31st, 2011 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:buncrana gaa club notes