Timeforarms wins Caymanas feature

first_img READY TO RUMBLE The seven-year-old horse, TIMEFORARMS, won the annual renewal of the Ren Gonzalves Memorial Cup overnight allowance feature over 2000 metres in decisive fashion at Caymanas Park yesterday. Installed a 2-1 second favourite with 3.0kg claiming apprentice Bebeto Harvey riding for trainer Fitzroy Glispie, TIMEFORARMS chased the leader KURI (45-1) from a long way out, engaged her on the inside leaving the half mile and eventually gained the ascendancy approaching the distance. At this stage, the 7-5 favourite ORIGINAL TRAIN moved into contention three-wide in mid-stretch, but TIMEFORARMS responded to a bustling ride from the apprentice to win by two and three-quarter lengths. Glispie who co-owns TIMEFORARMS with Gary G. Lee-Sin, said the bay horse by Twilight Time – Armsofanangel needed the run when finishing seventh to PUDDY POOH in a fast-run 1600 metres race on April 23 and he was confident of winning this time. “That was his first race since the rich Diamond Mile on December 5, and he was programmed to lift this trophy today. He has kept better company for most of last year and, now running from the convenient mark of 51.5kg by virtue of the apprentice claim, he was ready to rumble, especially going two turns,” said the former jockey. TIMEFORARMS has now won 11 races from 55 starts lifetime with total stakes of $6.7 million. Harvey and fellow apprentice Hakeem Pottinger shared the honours with two winners each on the 10-race programme. In addition to TIMEFORARMS, Harvey booted home 6-5 favourite PRINCE O’SHAUN for veteran trainer Noel Freeman in the fourth race over 1500 metres for $180,000 claimers. Pottinger, son of ex-jockey Mikey Pottinger, scored a shock win aboard the 99-1 outsider DIRECTOR DALEY for owner-trainer Lorenzo Robinson in the eighth race over 1300 metres for maiden three-year-old, the bay colt getting up in the nick of time to beat 1-1 favourite OK DUDE and MR LYNDHURST (6-1) in a blanket finish. Pottinger closed out his double with a narrow win aboard 6-1 shot TWO STEPS UP in the last race.last_img read more

Read More »

1000 nurses needed in Guyana – Minister Lawrence

first_imgBy Jarryl BryanThe issue of migrating professionals, including those in the health field, is one Government is actively grappling with, and the plan is to increase student intake even as there is a need for approximately 1000 nurses in Guyana.Public Health MinsterVolda LawrenceThis was communicated by Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence on the side-lines of the launch of a Medex programme on Monday. According to Lawrence, the issue has reached the level of the World Health Organisation (WHO).“Migration is not only a Guyana issue. We have signed on to CSME (Caribbean Single Market Economy), and that gives the right to any person, any Caribbean person, to be able to move from one country to the next to be able to ply their trade or earn in their profession. So it’s no different from Guyana,” she explained.“We will continue to see migration, not just in midwifery, not just in nursing; but this has been a complaint right up to WHO about the developed countries, where the developed countries are coming up into our territory and employing persons,” she declared.Referring to the Medex programme, the launch at which she officiated, she shared her vision for the programme to be expanded and also made continuous. This includes a plan to bring on board retired health care professionals with the requisite experience.“What is it we’re going to do? Our aim is to get 40 (Medex) to train. Secondly, we’re moving to ensure that, once their year is completed, we start another batch so that we will have — within a timeframe of eight to 12 years, we’ll be able to say that we are solid in terms of the numbers that we have. So, instead of just training 20 and 30 persons, we’re about to roll out a programme where we’re going to train 100 nurses,” Lawrence explained.“We have to do that in order to ensure we can fulfil our requirement. Right now, we need about 1000 nurses in the system. We’re also inviting persons to come into the Ministry. If you’re a retiree, you have a skill to offer and so on, we can put you at a different level to work within the system. If you’re already a nurse but want to come on the Medex programme… So we’re looking at ways where we can beef up numbers within the health sector,” she explained.MigrationA working paper published by the International Organisation for Migration in June 2017 details that, in 2007, the Caribbean emigration rate was four times higher than Latin America’s overall emigration rate. However, it noted that while the rate has slowed over the years, the region nevertheless remains an area of net emigration.Guyana has been named one of two countries showing the strongest emigration movements, with 9.65 per 1000 persons emigrating in 2013. It was cited in a previous study that at least 40 per cent of the people in Guyana would migrate permanently if they get the opportunity.During a regional stakeholder consultation session on the Caricom Single Market and Economy (CSME) initiative, which was held in Guyana in June, Director of the Economics Department of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), Dr Justin Ram, had cited the worrying statistics behind the brain drain.“When we look at the data, many of the countries [in the region] have lost as much as 70 per cent of labour force with more than 12 years of schooling. That is to say, 70 per cent of our population that we have schooled to tertiary education has left our shores,” Dr Ram clarified.Furthermore, Dr Ram had posited that population trends show an expectation of many member countries experiencing a decline in population as the years go by. He also noted that unemployment rates in the Caribbean remain extremely high.“In many of our member countries, it is as high as 25 per cent and low as 4.3 per cent. I should add that youth unemployment is even higher, and in some of our member countries, (it) is as high as 40 per cent,” he had declared.last_img read more

Read More »

New Century ends sales to Freddie Mac

first_imgTroubled subprime mortgage lender New Century Financial and its subsidiaries will no longer sell mortgages directly to home financing giant Freddie Mac, New Century said Wednesday. The lender notified Freddie Mac on Monday that it was voluntarily terminating its eligibility to sell or service loans for the government-sponsored company, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing did not provide a reason for the decision. Freddie Mac is the second-largest buyer and guarantor of home mortgages in the country. Last week, another government-sponsored mortgage finance company, Fannie Mae, said it would no longer allow New Century Financial Corp. to sell it any mortgages or to act as the primary servicer of Fannie Mae loans. Fannie Mae claims Irvine-based New Century breached the terms of its contracts. New Century, once the second-largest provider of subprime mortgages in the U.S. based on loan volume, has stopped making new loans due to a lack of funds and is now on the brink of bankruptcy. The company has received default notices from all of its lenders, along with accelerated demands that it comply with loan repurchase obligations. In its SEC filing, New Century said several of its lenders intend to sell the outstanding mortgage loans and use the proceeds to offset payment obligations by New Century. The lenders would reserve the right to recover the difference from New Century, the company said. New Century also disclosed that it had signed another wave of consent agreements with regulators. The latest deals involve Idaho, Iowa, Michigan and Wyoming. The state agreements are intended to keep New Century from accepting new mortgage applications on grounds that it has violated state laws, including failing to fund mortgage loans after closing. New Century had already received cease-and-desist orders or entered into consent agreements with other states.last_img read more

Read More »

Tanzania coach vows ‘war’ against Kenya

first_img“We will approach the game in a professional manner. For us, all the games have been like Cup finals. We are done with three now we have one. We will give all against Kenya. It’s not going to be easy; it will be war. We have to go home with pride. We can’t go home with one point,” Ninje said, looking on to the tie.The Kilimanjaro Stars have performed below expectation in the tournament but an upbeat Ninje arguesthey have been improving in each match and has vowed to come back better next year in Kampala, Uganda.“We only had three days to prepare for this tournament so I can’t complain much. I am happy with what the players showed. I am sorry we couldn’t make it to the semis but we have learnt lessons. In our match against Tanzania we played some fantastic football creating chances and hopefully we build on from there,” Ninje said.Zanzibar head coach Suleiman hemed Morocco applauds before a previous CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup match. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluHe hopes to bow out in style against Kenya, a match that will be hugely important for the hosts whose chances of making it into the semis hinge on what they produce against the Kilimanjaro Stars.Kenya needs to win to book a slot in the next stage with Zanzibar looking to secure top spot from the group as they face Libya in the early kick off. Tanzania can do their ‘small brothers’ a favor to help them top the group by beating Kenya.“Definitely now we have to support Zanzibar because they are our brothers and they have shown that they can do it,” Ninje noted.Zanzibar boss Suleiman ‘Morocco’ Hemed is determined to see his side top the group and has vowed they will throw all guns out to beat Libya and retain top slot.“We have done well so far and our ambition coming in here was to at least get into the semis. We have achieved that target and now we want to ensure we top the table,” Hemed said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tanzania captain Himid Mao wheels away in celebrating his goal against Zanzibar at teh Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 11- Tanzania head coach Ammy Ninje has warned that his side will be coming in for ‘war’ when they take on Kenya’s Harambee Stars in the final Group A match of the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup on Monday evening.Tanzania have only managed to get one point from their last three matches and Ninje says they will give their all against Kenya to ensure they go home with at least one win.last_img read more

Read More »

Tottenham delay move to new ground over ‘safety issues’

first_img0Shares0000The new stadium has been built beside the site of Spurs’ previous home White Hart Lane © AFP/File / Ben STANSALLLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 13 – Tottenham have delayed next month’s planned opening of their new stadium due to “issues with the critical safety systems”, the Premier League club said on Monday.Spurs were expected to play their first game at the new White Hart Lane on September 15 against Liverpool, but the fixture has been switched to Wembley, where Spurs played all their home games last season. “Recent testing and commissioning has now shown issues with the critical safety systems,” the club said in a statement on its website.“The delays created by these difficulties mean that we can no longer hold the necessary test events on 27 August and 1 September.“These will need to be rescheduled to take place ahead of any first official match at the new stadium in order to achieve the safety licence.”Tottenham’s Premier League match against Cardiff on October 6 will also take place at Wembley, as well as the NFL game between the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders on October 14.“We know this will be disappointing for all our season tickets holders, premium members and our fans worldwide,” said Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.“We appreciate the support our partner the NFL has shown since the extent of this issue became evident today.“At the start of the project we asked for your support during what we knew would be a complex and challenging build and now we ask for your continued patience and forbearance.”The Seahawks-Raiders game was scheduled to be the first NFL contest played at Tottenham’s new 61,000-seat stadium built on the site of the old White Hart Lane.It will instead be the first of three NFL games played on successive weekends at Wembley this season.“Everyone has been so excited about the prospect of playing in the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and I know all at the club are very disappointed, but determined to clear this final hurdle,” said NFL executive vice-president Mark Waller.“We totally understand the issue. We shall continue to work with them towards making our future games at Spurs a huge success.“The new stadium will be an amazing venue for the NFL and we are very excited about our long-term partnership with Tottenham Hotspur.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Read More »

European Championship 2016: Find out which nations have qualified here

first_img 24 24 24 23. Sweden – Beat Denmark in the play-offs – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24 1. France – Hosts – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 14. Romania – Group F runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… As the qualifying phase comes to anend, we now know which teams will be competing in the 2016 European Championship.The tournament will be held in France next year with the beautiful game gracing stadiums in Paris, Lille, Marseille, Nice and many other cities.But which nations have already secured their place at Euro 2016? talkSPORT takes a look.Click the right arrow to see which nations have qualified for next year’s European Championship… 24 24 3. Czech Republic – Group A winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 11. Belgium – Group B winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 12. Wales – Group B runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24 24 22. Republic of Ireland – Beat Bosnia in the play-offs – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 16. Poland – Group D runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 2. England – Group E winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 6. Northern Ireland – Group F winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 5. Austria – Group G winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 10. Italy – Group H winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 21. Hungary – Beat Norway in the play-offs – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 8. Spain – Group C winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24 24 24 9. Switzerland – Group E runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 4. Iceland – Group A runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 18. Slovakia – Group C runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 7. Portugal – Group I winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24 17. Russia – Group G runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 20. Turkey – Best third placed team – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24 24 15. Germany – Group D winners – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24 24 13. Albania – Group I runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 19. Croatia – Group H runners-up – Click right to find out which international sides will be playing at Euro 2016… 24. Ukraine – Beat Slovenia in the play-offslast_img read more

Read More »

UNIQUE GRAVE CEREMONY TO REMEMBER CELTIC FC GREAT

first_imgA remarkable ceremony to mark the grave of one of Celtic FC’s founding members is to be held in Co Donegal on Saturday week.In conjunction with the Celtic Graves Society there will be a family ceremony in Frosses graveyard to mark the grave of Joseph Francis McGroary who 125 years ago was part of the committee responsible for founding Glasgow Celtic.Those who will attend the ceremony will include a member of Celtic FC, members of the McGroary family and members of the Association of Donegal Celtic Supporters club. All Celtic supporters are welcome to attend the event and flowers/tributes can be laid at the graveside.Born in Glasgow in 1865 his father Bernard was from Inver, Donegal and Joseph maintained connections with Donegal throughout his life, spending his last days in the town of Mountcharles.He was married in August 1888 in Mountcharles to his sweetheart Catherine Cannon from Drumkeelan. He was one of the first post-Reformation Catholic solicitors in Glasgow and active in the city’s Irish political scene.A pupil of St. Aloysius College along with other early Celtic figures such as John H McLaughlin and Joseph Shaughnessy he later represented it in elections for the city’s Catholic Union and was a member of the Irish National League along with other key figures in the foundation of Celtic FC. After meetings were held to establish a new Irish Catholic football club in the East End of Glasgow in late 1887, Joseph McGroary was one the club members elected to be part of, in Willie Maley’s words, ‘the Committee formed to carry through the great work’.Joseph was a Celtic committee member at various times throughout the club’s tumultuous first decade and played a significant role in the stormy debate over the direction the club would take in becoming a limited liability company in 1897.A colourful character, Joseph left Glasgow for Brooklyn, USA 1898 before returning to Mountcharles some four decades later, where he passed away in 1937. He provides a direct connection between the County Donegal and Celtic FC from the club’s earliest days.This commemoration has been organised in association with the Donegal Gathering and is one of a series of events designed to invite the Donegal Diaspora home in this year-long celebration of all things Irish. UNIQUE GRAVE CEREMONY TO REMEMBER CELTIC FC GREAT was last modified: August 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:celtic fcFrancis McGroaryFROSSESgravelast_img read more

Read More »

RING IN THE NEW YEAR AT THE STATION HOUSE WITH CHAMPAGNE AND ‘OFF THE CUFF’

first_imgLETTERKENNY’S Station House Hotel is celebrating the New Year in style.Their New Year’s Eve gala buffet will be supported with music provided by OFF the CUFF, a champagne toast and a piper to welcome 2014 in style.And you can then dance into the New Year with a disco. Doors open 9pm and tickets are available at the hotel reception priced €15.Promoted Post RING IN THE NEW YEAR AT THE STATION HOUSE WITH CHAMPAGNE AND ‘OFF THE CUFF’ was last modified: December 30th, 2013 by John2Share 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:champagneletterkennyNew Year’s EveStation House Hotellast_img read more

Read More »

TICKETS ALMOST SOLD OUT AHEAD OF FIRST SCREENING OF FIFTY SHADES OF GREY AT ECLIPSE CINEMAS

first_imgThere is fun for all the Family at Eclipse Cinemas Lifford Strabane this Valentines Weekend!Eclipse Cinemas start the weekend off on Friday 13th with 50 Shades Of Grey.Due to the high demand management at Eclipse have added an EXTRA show at 8.30pm. We will have the red carpet out and Charlie Mc Cosker photography will be here to catch you all glammed up.On Friday night we have Movie and Meal Deals for 50 Shades with Lifford Old Courthouse (0749141773) & The Fir Trees Hotel (+442871382382).Please contact them to book your table.On Saturday our friends from Mighty Mascots will be here with PEPPA PIG to meet and greet all the Children. Peppa will be at the cinema from 1.30pm to 4pm. Come and see PEPPA on the big screen and then meet her in person.Also to be in with a chance to win €400 simply buy any combo at the shop to be entered into the draw.   TICKETS ALMOST SOLD OUT AHEAD OF FIRST SCREENING OF FIFTY SHADES OF GREY AT ECLIPSE CINEMAS was last modified: February 10th, 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:BusinessEclipse CinemasEntertainmentFeaturesFifty Shades Of Greylast_img read more

Read More »

Here are the nominees for the 41st annual Donegal Sports Star Awards

first_imgTHE organising committee have confirmed the list of nominations for the 2016 Donegal Sports Star Awards, ahead of the big bash on January 27.The event will be officially launched at the Mount Errigal Hotel next Monday with the same venue to host the function at the end of the month.The list of nominees for the 41st annual presentation function are below. Tickets details for the awards function will be released next week.2016 Donegal Sports Star Awards NomineesAppreciationGary McCullagh, Raphoe Boxing Club Richard Tinney, Raphoe Hockey ClubSeamus Maguire, Donegal Bay Rowing ClubAthleticsBrendan Boyce, Letterkenny A.C.David Smith, Letterkenny A.C. Kelly McGrory, Tír Chonaill A.C.Mark English, UCD. A.C.BadmintonChloe Magee, Raphoe Joshua Magee, RaphoeRachael Darragh, RaphoeSam Magee, RaphoeBasketballDillon Muldoon, Donegal Town Basketball ClubPádraig Mac Gettigan Letterkenny BlazeSeán Mac Gettigan, L.Y.I.TSophie Carr, Donegal Town Basketball ClubBoxingBrett McGinty, Oakleaf A.B.C.Chloe McDaid, Illies Golden Gloves A.B.C.John Moran, Illies Golden Gloves A.B.C.Labhaoise Clarke, Carndonagh A.B.C.Paddy McShane, Letterkenny A.B.C.CamogieEimear Toland, Na Magha, DoireRhianne McDermott, BurtSinead O’Kane, St. Eunan’sClay Pigeon ShootingDavid McGroary, Donegal TownGearóid Driver, Raphoe Gun ClubJoe O’Donnell, Carrigans & St. Johnston Gun ClubMark Barnett, Raphoe Gun ClubCoachDavey Hone, Buncrana Hearts & Scoil Mhuire, BuncranaJames Cassidy & Paddy Gallagher, Termon U-14 Boys Gaelic Football TeamMandy McNulty, North West Shotokan Karate ClubSean Paul Barrett, Donegal GAA Minor FootballShauna Carlin, Finn Valley Athletic ClubCue SportsEamon Harkin, North West Snooker Club, LetterkennyRonan Whyte, North West Snooker Club, LetterkennySean Devenney, North West Snooker Club, LetterkennyShaun Sharkey, DungloeCyclingClaire McIlwaine, Letterkenny & Phoenix C.C., BelfastMitchell McLaughlin, DrumkeenShauna McFadden, LetterkennyDartsAlasdair Moore, LetterkennyAnthony Whoriskey, NewtowncunninghamJohn Flood, MilfordJordan Boyce, NewtowncunninghamPaddy Boyce, NewtowncunninghamEquestrianDylan Browne McMonagle, LetterkennyGavin Harley, Rathdonnell, LetterkennyKenneth Graham, MuffÓisín Orr, BallyareGAAConor O’Donnell, LetterkennyEoin McHugh, KilcarPaddy McBrearty, KilcarPaddy McGrath, ArdaraRyan McHugh, KilcarYvonne McMonagle, GlenfinnGolfPatrick Page, Letterkenny Golf ClubPhilip Cassidy, Letterkenny Golf ClubMichael Shiel, Letterkenny Golf ClubGymnasticsEmily E O’Connor Letterkenny Community Gymnastics ClubEmmaléi Murphy, Letterkenny Community Gymnastics ClubHandballAvril McNamee, Sean MacCumhaillsOdhrán McGlynn, GlenfinnOisín Marley, Red HughsHockeyAlexander Tinney, Raphoe Hockey ClubBen Wallace, RaphoeDenise McElhinney, Raphoe Ladies Hockey ClubLuke Witherow, Raphoe Hockey ClubSarah Boal, Raphoe Ladies Hockey ClubSimon Goudie, Raphoe Hockey ClubVictoria Wray, Raphoe Ladies Hockey ClubHurlingDanny Cullen, SetantaLee Henderson, Sean MacCumhaillsPádraig Doherty, BurtInternational AchievementBernie O’ Callaghan, KillybegsJim Doherty, NewtowncunninghamKieran Murray, RameltonPJ Gallagher, DungloeMartial ArtsNatasha Doherty, Three Rivers Shotokan Karate Club (Karate)Patrick McFadden, Ramelton (Kickboxing)Stephen John Carlin North West Shotokan Karate Club (Karate)TJ McMenamin, Convoy (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu)MotorcyclingCaolán Irwin, KilmacrennanRhys Irwin, KilmacrennanRichard Kerr, KilmacrennanMotorsportDeclan & Brian Boyle, LettermacawardDonagh Kelly, FrossesManus Kelly, Glenswilly & Donal Barrett, MilfordMarty Gallagher, Letterkenny & Dean O’Sullivan, ConvoyPaddy Robinson, KilmacrennanTimothy Duggan, MilfordOlympic RecognitionBrendan Boyce, Letterkenny A.C.Chloe Magee, RaphoeMark English, UCD. A.C.Patsy McGonagle, Finn Valley A.C.Rena McCarron-Rooney, BuncranaSinead Jennings, LetterkennyTori Pena, Finn Valley A.C.PowerliftingJames Collins, CuldaffJohn Watson, LetterkennyMegan Keown, LetterkennyPaulina Coleman, StranorlarPrimary School (Small <100)Little Angels Special School, LetterkennyScoil Náisiúnta An Choimín, An ChlochánTiernasligo N.S, Urris, ClonmanyPrimary School (Large>100)Niall Mór NS KillybegsScoil Mhuire gan Smál, Leitir CeanainnScoil Mhuire N.S., RameltonScoil Naomh Bríd, MuffScoil Naomh Fiachra, IllistrinSt. Patrick’s N.S., Lurgybrack, LetterkennyPrimary School Sports BoyBoyd Russell, Gartan N.S., ChurchillEvan Keown, Scoil Naomh Fiachra, IllistrinJoseph Peter Gillespie, Sessiaghoneill N.S., BallybofeyLuke Mag Fhloinn, Scoil Náisiúnta An Choimín, An ChlochánPatrick McGarvey, Dungloe N.S.Primary School Sports GirlCaoimhe Nig Fhloinn, Scoil Náisiúnta An Choimín, An ChlochánHannah Murray, St. Mary’s N.S., CastlefinMolly Nulty, Scoil Naomh Fiachra, IllistrinSarah Bradley, Gaelscoil Adhamhnáin, Leitir CeanainnPrimary School Sports TeacherIrene Mc Fadden, Scoil Mhuire gan Smál, Leitir CeanainnLaura Ní Ghallachóir, Scoil Náisiúnta An Choimín, An ChlochánOrla Sullivan, Scoil Mhuire N.S., RameltonProfessional Sport AchievementConrad Logan, Rochdale A.F.C.RowingEdward Broekart, BrucklessKieran McDyre, GlentiesPatrick Boomer, Loughros Point Rowing ClubSinead Jennings, LetterkennyRugbyJoseph Dunleavy, LetterkennyKatie Norris, MovilleLarissa Muldoon, Cappry, BallybofeyNora Stapleton, FahanSecondary SchoolAbbey Vocational School, Donegal TownCarndonagh Community SchoolColáiste Cholmcille, BallyshannonLoreto Secondary School, LetterkennyScoil Mhuire, BuncranaSecondary School Sports BoyAaron McColgan, Scoil Mhuire BuncranaBrendan O’Donnell St. Eunan’s College, LetterkennyCaolan O’Callaghan, Abbey Vocational School, Donegal TownConor Breslin, Deele College RaphoeConor O’Donnell, St. Eunan’s College, LetterkennyGareth Doherty, St. Columba’s College, StranorlarIan Brennan, St. Columba’s College, StranorlarJames Kelly, Royal & Prior Comprehensive School, RaphoeOdhran McFadden Ferry, Gweedore Community SchoolPat Loughrey, Scoil Mhuire, BuncranaPeadar Mogan, Abbey Vocational School, Donegal TownSeosamh Ó Donnléibhe, Coláiste Ailigh, Leitir CeanainnSecondary School Sports GirlAisling Nee, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennyAmy Boyle Carr, St. Columbas Comprehensive School, GlentiesArlene Crossan, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennyCatherine Grier, Mulroy College, MilfordChloe McDaid, Crana College, BuncranaClaire Doherty, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennyClaudia Cuskelly, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennyDaniella Jansen, St. Columba’s College, StranorlarDanielle McDevitt, St. Columbas Comprehensive School, GlentiesEadaoin O’Raw, Scoil Mhuire, BuncranaGrainne Russell, Loreto Community School, MilfordLaura Crossan, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennyMia McCalmont, Abbey Vocational School, Donegal TownOlivia Cuskelly, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennySophie Carr, Abbey Vocational School, Donegal TownTyler Toland, Deele College RaphoeSecondary School Sports TeacherAoife De Nais, Gairmscoil Chú Uladh, Béal Átha Móir, An ChlochánEvelyn Crampsie, Mulroy College, MilfordMartin Cavanagh, Carndonagh Community SchoolMary Bourne, Loreto Secondary School, LetterkennyPaddy McDaid, Finn Valley CollegePadraig Curley, Loreto Community School, MilfordTonia Ní Chadhla, Coláiste Ailigh, Leitir CeanainnSoccerAdrian Delap, Derry City ReservesAmy Boyle Carr, GlentiesConor O’Donnell, LetterkennyMarc Walsh, GweedoreRoma McLaughlin, Peamount United, DublinTyler Toland, Maiden City, DerrySpecial AthleteCormac Sweeney, Nemo Special Olympics Swim Club, BallyshannonEoin Rooney, Nemo Special Olympics Swim Club, BallyshannonEthan Daly, Nemo Special Olympics Swim Club, BallyshannonLaoise Lennox, Nemo Special Olympics Swim Club, BallyshannonSurf LifesavingLisa Anderson, LetterkennyMia Monaghan, Rossnowlagh Surf ClubPaddy Bond, LetterkennyTriona McMenamin, LetterkennySwimmingCora Rooney, Ballyshannon Marlins Swim ClubEadaoin O’Raw, City of Derry Swimming ClubGrainne Russell, Swilly SealsIan Gaynor, Fahan & Widener University, PhiladelphiaJonathan Martin, Swilly SealsJoyce Hudy, Swilly SealsThomas Coyle, Swilly SealsTeamCockhill Celtic F.C.Donegal Derry VipersDonegal GAA Minor Football TeamDonegal Under 13 Relay Swim TeamDonegal Under 15 Sportshall Athletics TeamLetterkenny Golf Club Seniors TeamNorth West Shotokan Karate ClubRaphoe Ladies 1st XI Hockey TeamSt. Eunan’s Under 16 Boys Gaelic Football TeamTermon Under 14 Boys Gaelic Football TeamTriathlonAidan Callaghan, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubBrendan Murphy, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubGavin Crawford, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubJohn Connaghan, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubMargaret Kelly, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubNicholas Fowell, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubHere are the nominees for the 41st annual Donegal Sports Star Awards was last modified: January 3rd, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare 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)last_img read more

Read More »