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first_imgAdvertisement be6mlNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs2w0Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E7wto( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 4p5Would you ever consider trying this?😱74vvCan your students do this? 🌚efo2Roller skating! Powered by Firework Image courtesy: Bcci.tvAdvertisement BCCI named the squad for India’s upcoming T20I series against Ireland and England. While Virat Kohli returned back to the squad after missing out the Nidhas Trophy, several in-form T20 players were snubbed for the tour. Team India are scheduled to play 2 T20I against Ireland at Dublin before moving on to England.Advertisement The squad includes the presence of several regulars including MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Rohit Shama and Jasprit Bumrah. Whereas Siddharth Kaul and Lokesh Rahul were rewarded for their fine exploits in the recently culminated IPL with a call-up to the national team.The squad did not have a place for Ambati Rayudu and Rishabh Pant who took the IPL by storm with their consistent performances throughout the tournament. Manish Pandey was given the nod ahead despite going through a terrible patch as of late.Advertisement Former spin twins Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav do not feature either as Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav have taken over the spin reigns. Youngster Washington Sundar also makes his presence felt in the squad as an option for a third spinner.The BCCI have included a lethal pace attack considering the lively pitches in the United Kingdom. India kick-off their lengthy overseas with the first ever bilateral series against Ireland on June 27.Here is the entire 16 men contingent for the T20 series against Ireland and England.India squad for T20I series: Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Suresh Raina, Manish Pandey, MS Dhoni (WK), Dinesh Karthik, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Washington Sundar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Siddarth Kaul, Umesh YadavRead AlsoBoxing: Joseph Parker wants to knockout Dillian WhyteFIFA World Cup 2018: Iago Aspas with a late goal as Spain hold Morocco to a 2-2 draw Advertisementlast_img read more

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Galway Athletics Report

first_imgNational Track and Field Indoor LeagueGCH and Craughwell AC both fielded teams in the first round of the National Indoor league which took place in the National Indoor Arena in Dublin last weekendGCH Men’s team lies in fourth place after the first round, with 21.5 points. Competing on the day were Michael Breathnach, Eoghan Jennings, James Frizzell, and Henrique NvokolataCraughwell ladies had an excellent start to the League with a fourth-place finish, with Sinead Treacy, Eva Kelly, Sinead Gaffney and Sarah Finnegan all scoring heavily for the experienced squad.GCH Ladies had a strong outing, placing fifth overall, with a young squad comprising Seren O’Toole, Laura Nally, Aoife Sheehy and Lydia Doyleprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email At senior level, Stephen Casserly of Castlegar AC won an enthralling Men’s 3000m in 9.50, kicking away on the last lap from Brian O’Connor of GCH, and Patrick Noonan of Craughwell AC, who placed second and third respectively. The talented Niamh Hennelly of GCH had a fabulous run to clock an excellent 10.52 for a clear victory in the ladies’ race, with Aine O’Farrell of Athenry in second and Tara Whyte of GCH third home. Veronica Burke of Ballinasloe and District took the Senior ladies walk with ease.Over 800m, Ben Garrard of Craughwell ran 2.00 to claim the Men’s title after a fantastic race with Gavin Cooney also Craughwell, and their clubmate Sinead Gaffney won the Ladies 800m gold. In the sprints, Conor Duggan of Craughwell AC made a welcome return to action winning the Senior 60m, while Aoife Sheehy of GCH and Brendan Lynch of Loughrea won the sprint hurdles. Sinead Treacy won double gold in the ladies 60m sprint and 200m, the latter after the race of the day with Nicole King of GCH with just one-thousandth of a second separating the pair. Majella Loftus won gold in the masters 60 and 200m events, while Robert Meagher of GCH took the Men’s 200m title.At Juvenile level, GCH had impressive wins on the track including a phenomenal triple victory for Ava McKeon. McKeon won three individual golds on Sunday – claiming the U14 Girls 60m sprint, the 60m hurdles, and the U14 Girls 800m in an amazing display. Seren O’Toole won double gold in both the u 16/17 Girls 60m sprint and 200 metres, while Robert McDonnell won the U16/17 Boys double over 60m and 200m also. Conor Hoade took gold in the U15 Boys hurdles, while Luke Dahler won the U 15 Boys 60m. Emma Moore ran a fantastic 2.19 in the U15 Girls 800m to take gold while Eimear Rowe won the U16/17 Girls event.Craughwell AC winners on the track included Lauren Morgan in the U10 Girls 60m, Alan Hallinan in the U9 Boys 200m, while siblings Keelan Moorehead won the U11 Boys 600nm and Kyle Moorehead won the U16/17 Boys 800m.  Evan Moran won the U13 Boys hurdles while Saoirse Moore won the U15 girls hurdles, and Niamh Duffy won the U13 Girls 60m.  In the field Craughwell winners included Emma O’Donovan in the U11 Girls Long Jump, Lauren Morgan took a second gold in the U10 Long Jump, Ella Farrelly also won two titles, with gold in both the U12 Girls Long jump and High Jump.  Ben Moran won the U11 Boys Long Jump, while Darragh Kelly claimed gold in the U12 Boys High Jump In the throws, Shannon Quinn won gold in the U12 girls Shot PuttLoughrea AC winners included Darragh Fahy with double gold in the U12 Boys 60m and Long Jump, Hazel Fahy ran a very fast time in the U10 Girls 400m, Shane Earls claimed the U10 Boys 400m while there was gold for Samuel Ukaga in the U16/17 Boys hurdles.Athenry AC juveniles were also multiple title winners, as Cian McNelis won two golds, in the U13 Boys 60m and in the 600m with a great front running display, while Conor Curran won the Shot at U12 level and Aoibhe Deeley won the U16/17 Girls hurdles.Ballinasloe and District AC gold medallists were Sinead Greene in the U11 Girls 60m, and Caoimhe Kilkenny in the U13 Girls 600m, while East Galway AC had a gold medal winner in Enda Keane in the U 12 Boys 600m and Saoirse Coleman in the U13 Girls hurdles.South Galway AC had winners via David Mannion who took double gold in the U14 Boys hurdles and 60m sprint, while brother Stephen won the 800m distance event. Sinead Mongan was the U12 Girls 60m hurdles champion, Aisling Geaney won the U11 Girls 600m, Aisling Finn won the U 15 Girls 60m, Michael Leahy won the U 15 Boys 800m while in the field, Katelyn Kelly won the U9 Girls Long Jump to complete a great event for the club.Tuam AC fielded a huge contingent of athletes and had a superb all-round championship, claiming a huge haul of medals across the board. Eimear Fallon won double gold in in the U9 Girls 60m and 200m as did Tom Henry in the U10 Boys 60m and U10 Long Jump. In the U12 Boys 60m Hurdles Cian Rafferty took the honours, Odhran Kelly was winner in the U9 Boys 60m, JJ Ofioh looked impressive winning the U11 Boys 60m, while Aine McGuire took gold the U12 Girls 60m and Danielle Moynihan won the U12 Girls 600m. In the field, Tuam had a win from Thomas Riordan in the U9 Boys Long Jump.In the field events, Brendan Staunton of GCH and Katie O’Donoghue of Craughwell AC claimed the Senior Shot putt titles. At Juvenile level, Darragh Kearney of Craughwell (U13), Liam Shaw of Athenry at U14, and Darragh Jennings of GCH at U15 were victors in the boys, while Niamh Duffy of Craughwell at U13, Caitlin Griffin of Loughrea (U14), Ella Rafferty (Tuam AC) at U15 and at U16/17 Chloe Casey of Craughwell were victorious in the girl’s eventsBrendan Lynch took the Triple Jump Men’s title, with Laura Cunningham of Craughwell landing the Ladies crown. Shane O’Rourke of Tuam AC took both the Senior Men’s High jump, and the Long Jump while Katie O’Donoghue of Craughwell won the ladies High Jump and clubmate Siona Lawless the Long Jump.  At Juvenile level in High Jump Ellie Cronin (Craughwell) and Jack Mannion of Tuam took the U16/17 titles, Grace Bermingham of South Galway won the U13 Girls, with Cormac McFadden of Craughwell winning the U13 Boys. Jade Moorehead of Craughwell took the U14 Girls, Evan Hallinan of Craughwell won the Boys U14 title, while clubmates Lukas Schukat and Saoirse Moore of Craughwell were victorious at U15 level.In the Long Jump there were wins for Siobhan Carr and Conor Gilligan of Craughwell at U13, Evan Hallinan and Katie Scully also Craughwell in the U14, At U15 Roisin Dalton and Conor Hoade of GCH were winners, while at U16/17 Loughrea did the double via Aoibhinn Farrell and Sam Ukaga.There were also series of very exciting relays on the programme, which saw multiple wins for Tuam AC, Craughwell, and GCH,as well wins for South Galway AC. Nicole King (R) of GCH congratulates Sinead Treacy (Craughwell) on left after their epic 200m battle. Both were given the same time with Treacy winning by one-thousandth of a second The 2018 Galway Indoor Championships were held in the superb surroundings of Athlone IT Arena last Saturday and Sunday. A record entry of almost 1,000 athletes from all Galway clubs competed at both juvenile and adult level over the new two-day format, and a huge crowd of parents and supporters were in attendance for a great day’s action.center_img Tuam AC 8kThe 16th edition of the Tuam AC 8k road race will take place Sunday 21st January next at 2.30 pm, with entry available online now on Athletics Ireland’s Primo system, and on the day at Race HQ Galway Indoor Track and Field Championshipslast_img read more

first_imgThe County Board have released a statement this afternoon paying tribute to Micheal and his backroom team for their service shown to the Galway Senior Hurling team since taking up their position in December 2015. It is now understood that former Galway Hurlingmanager Micheál Donoghue has no wish to be reinstated to the position. Donoghueand his management team had announced their decision to resign last Tuesday week,after 4 years at the helm.It is believed that the Management team met on Tuesday night to discuss arequest to return to their position – the result of a meeting between theplayers and the Board – but there was no desire to return.A Hurling Board meeting took place last night and the next step now it appearsis to start the process of finding the next Galway manager. The Statement reads….Galway GAA County Committee wish to record their sincere gratitude and thanks to Team Manager, Micheál Donoghue (Clarinbridge), Team Selectors Francis Forde (Turloughmore), Noel Larkin (Meelick Eyrecourt), Damian Joyce (Cappataggle) and their complete backroom team and support staff for their commitment, dedication and sterling service shown to the Galway Senior Hurling team since taking up their position in December 2015. During their tenure, over the past four seasons, this management team have been instrumental in bringing the glory days back to Galway hurling; winning a National Hurling League title (2017), Leinster Senior hurling titles (2017 & 2018) and landing the coveted All Ireland Senior Hurling title in 2017, Galway’s first All-Ireland Senior Hurling title since 1988. Micheál and his team worked tirelessly during this period, bringing a professional and thorough approach to the role, and in doing so they ensured that the Galway Senior Hurling team achieved their ultimate desired goal of winning the Liam McCarthy Cup. We also thank their families for the sacrifices that they have made over these four wonderful years for Galway hurling. All in Galway GAA wish them every success in the future. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

first_imgDidier Bouic, who is also the coach of the club, lifted professional level 2 x 32 kg Kettlebells TALC (Two Arms Long Cycle) – GOLD Niall McDonald lifted amateur level 2 x 24 kg TALC, GOLDLuiza Ieremie lifted pro level 2 x 24 kg and became the first female in Ireland to compete and complete TALC (2 x 24 kg) to a body weight of under 58 kg and marking a moment in history for Irish Kettlebell Sport.On the same day Luiza also achieved her MSIC (Masterof Sport International Class) title in OALC (One Arm Long Cycle 24kg) with92reps, bringing back home two gold medals. All three athletes qualified for Europeanchampionship.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Last weekend, at Mayfield Sports Complex in Cork,the Kettlebell National Championship took place. This was a qualifier for theEuropean championship which will take place in France at the end of May. Galway Kettlebell club, known as West Coast Kettlebell Club, situated in the gym inside Galway Tennis Lawn Club, was represented by three athletes. last_img read more

first_imgConn McCluskey CEO of Ireland Active said: “Ireland Active welcomes the measures announced as part of the July Stimulus however, we believe that more needs to be done to support an industry that employs 12,000 people and contributes €500 million to the economy. Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on the health and fitness industry in Ireland, and while measures outlined in the July Stimulus provide positive initial steps, additional supports will be needed to ensure the future viability of the sector and to ensure over 1 million people continue to exercise and swim in member facilities nationwide.”Throughout the Covid-19 restrictions, commercial sports facilities have worked tirelessly and at great cost to ensure staff are trained in all Public Health protocols and that facilities are equipped and ready to welcome the public into a safe environment for exercise. Operators are ‘solutions focused’ by nature and have had to adapt to the new normal like many other businesses across the country by implementing social distancing measures and complying with the Ireland Active framework for safe operation which was approved by government. Through the dedicated following of these procedures and protocols, gym and pool operators nationwide are now providing a Covid-19-safe environment to protect the health and safety of members and employees.The fitness sector gets over 1 million people active each week with over 550,000 adults exercising, and 450,000 adults and children swimming each week in leisure facilities across every community in Ireland. The sector is pivotal in keeping people active and healthy in the fight against COVID-19. Ireland Active will continue to work with government to ensure that the sector is recognised and supported for the contribution that it makes to getting more people, more active, more often. Ireland Active, the national association for the leisure, health and fitness sector, has today welcomed the news of improved measures for supporting business as part of the July Stimulus package. The extension of the wage subsidy scheme, rates exemption extension, improved restart grants, low cost loans and warehoused tax liabilities were all called for in Ireland Active’s submission to Government earlier this month. However, the trade body believes that more will need to be done as part of the National Economic Recovery Plan in order to provide valuable support for the industry, including sector specific support measures such as tax rebates/vouchers and a VAT rate reduction to keep commercial sports facilities viable into the future. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img The sector is estimated to have lost over €150m in revenue due to closures during Covid-19, and many facilities are now operating on less than 50% capacity due to social distancing measures.last_img read more

first_imgThe driver suspected of injuring a Donegal garda and killing an innocent man in Co Monaghan, was “wanted” in relation to another hit-and-run charge.Gardaí are investigating after father-of-two Stephen Marron (47) was killed when an out-of-control Audi A6 crashed into his parked car on Main Street in Castleblayney on Tuesday night.It has now emerged that the man arrested in relation to the incident was suspected of being involved in another car crash with the same garda in 2010. A 34-year-old man from Co Armagh was last night being questioned in relation to the crash that killed Mr Marron and left Letterkenny-born Gda Michael Devlin (31) hospitalised with serious injuries.A bench warrant was in place for the arrest of the man since January 2011, when he failed to show up at a district court in Co Monaghan in relation to a terrifying incident that happened on November 20, 2010.During the hit-and-run eight years ago, Gda Devlin was injured when a car collided with his patrol vehicle at Latlorcan, Co Monaghan.Garda Michael Devlin who is originally from Letterkenny.The driver then left the scene but was arrested nearby on suspicion of drink driving and driving without insurance. The suspect was charged and failed to appear in court on a second hearing. Then on Tuesday night – eight years after that incident – the suspect arrived in Castleblayney garda station on an unrelated issue.He was recognised by Gda Devlin, but the suspect then left the station and the garda followed him.When he tried to leave, Gda Devlin tried to stop the car but was dragged from the station to the Main Street around 500m away.Garda Devlin had only been in Castleblayney station because he had earlier been involved in investigating a separate drink-driving incident.Video footage shows the Audi car driving onto the Main Street at 11.21pm. As the car turns onto the street, the driver side door swings open, but closes before the car starts veering towards the Blue Skoda Octavia. The Audi appears to pick up speed right before impact with Mr Marron’s car, smashing into the rear.Mr Marron’s Skoda crashes into a pole while the Audi continues for several more metres before coming to a stop.As two Garda cars respond to the scene, the 34-year-old driver steps out of the car and puts his hand into his pocket, before raising his arms.Gda Devlin can be seen staggering from the passenger side of the car, and collapses before being helped by a passer-by. He was released from hospital yesterday and his injuries are not understood to be serious.Driver of car which injured Donegal Garda was wanted was last modified: November 30th, 2018 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:arrestedcrashdonegalGarda Michael DevlinMonaghanlast_img read more

first_imgShare This!Welcome to your one-stop shop for our news from Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Universal Orlando, and more.Walt Disney World News of the Week2020 DVC Moonlight Magic Dates AnnouncedFuel Rod Exchanges No Longer Free – Beginning November 1Epcot Construction Update: Tram and Security Area Nearly CompleteHave Breakfast with Santa, and Dinosaurs, at T-Rex CafeThis Only LOOKS Like Ice CreamCircle of Flavors: Harambe at Night ExtendedStar Tours – The Adventures Continue to See New UpdatesVIDEO: Deluxe Gran Destino WalkthroughChocolate Covered Bacon at the Poly Falls Short of YumHalloween-Inspired Treats at Disney Springs Food TrucksMobile Order Rolled Out to More Walt Disney World Resort Hotel LocationsBonus Podcast Episode: Brian’s WDW TripBest Waterfront Dining at Walt Disney WorldChristmas Has Begun at Disney’s Hollywood StudiosAllergy-Friendly and Vegan Snacks at All-Star Movies Food CourtWalt Disney World Must-Dos Before Your Child Turns ThreeEverything You Need to Know About Frozen Ever AfterResort Rundown: Disney’s Coronado Springs OverviewOga’s Cantina Provision Without Alcohol: What is It?Attraction Archaeology: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea – Submarine VoyageSATURDAY SIX – The 6 Most Requested Hotel Rooms at Walt Disney WorldUniversal Florida News of the WeekBest Waterfront Dining at Universal OrlandoMerchandiseYou’ll Have a Ball with this Pixar Dress and Bag Now AvailableVIDEO: Disney Park Pals UnboxingWomen’s Shirts to Show Your Disney Holiday SpiritHoliday Decor Items Now on Disney World ShelvesArt of Animation Resort MerchandiseNew Holiday Ears in Buffalo PlaidThis Snowman Cap Sports Its Own Mickey Ear HatThe Everest Ornament is a Touch of Reality at Expedition EverestNEW! Christmas Clothing for KidsLong Live Queen Minnie!Show Your Love for the Norway Pavilion with This Epcot Merch LineDecorate Your Door with These “Do Not Disturb” SignsEpcot’s Germany Pavilion Offers Christmas MerchandiseMiss Piggy Ear Headbands Re-ReleasedEven More Country-Specific Mickey and Minnie PlushThe 70s Called — They’re Bringing Your Clothing BackEven More Park Pals Available NowHanukkah Merchandise Now in the Disney ParksChristmas Disney Loungefly Bags!Mickey Mouse Club Bags are Retro CoolA Pretzel Bag to Hold Your Pretzels?Queen Minnie has a Guard to Keep Her CompanyWomen’s Clothing Features Classic Disney Film ImagesThese Plush Cuties Are Ready for ChristmasFun Stuff!Adventures by Disney Offers Booking Discounts on Some ItinerariesMaple Love: What to do with Maple Syrup from Food & Wine FestivalThe Week AheadIf you’re planning to the visit to the parks soon, here’s what’s going on this week.The week ahead at Walt Disney WorldThe week ahead at DisneylandThe week ahead at Universal OrlandoThe week ahead on Disney Cruise LineSave time! Save money! Have fun! For complete access to all of our great vacation-planning tools like the Crowd Calendar, customizable Touring Plans, Cheapest Ticket Calculator, Dining Reservation Finder, Hotel Room Request automator, and MORE, subscribe to TouringPlans.com.For the latest news on all things Disney and Universal, follow our social media channels: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. If you’re looking for travel gear, visit the TouringPlans Amazon Store to see the items TouringPlans staff travels with.last_img read more

first_imgNew debris from MH370 found on Madagascar proves conclusively that the Boeing 777 met a violent end and that it broke apart on impact.Wreck hunter Blaine Gibson and some relatives of those lost in the MH370 disappearance handed over five pieces of debris yesterday collected by residents in Madagascar over the past year to Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke.MH370Wreck hunter Blaine Gibson with a piece of floor panel from the Boieng 777The pieces had been collected over the past year.See our Concorde Coverage READ Crash investigators analysis of MH370 find“The debris proves two things. MH370 crashed violently and it almost certainly is in the Southern Indian Ocean,” Mr. Gibson said.The next of kin said they want assurances from Mr. Loke that the Malaysian Government would continue efforts to find a satisfactory resolution to the mystery of MH370, which disappeared on March 8, 2014, with 239 aboard.One piece of debris found at Sandravinany, south Madagascar, has been positively identified using a fragment of a label still attached as part of a floor panel from a Boeing 777.“Don Thompson, one of the Independent Group investigating MH370’s disappearance, found the actual identification label for the Boeing 777,” Mr. Gibson said.An important clue was the piece contained a portion of a placard with the identifying characters WPPS61.Mh370Floor panel showing a small corner of a label with number VPPS61According to another IG member, Victor Iannello, Mr. Thompson was able to determine that the full placard number was BAC27WPPS61 and he found a similar placard on the floorboard of wreckage from MH17.MH370Full Boeing 777 floor panel label“This leaves little doubt that the piece recovered from Madagascar is from MH370,” Mr Iannello said.The other pieces, while not identifiable as being from the missing Boeing 777, are positively aircraft debris.Mr. Gibson said that the five pieces were handed in as a result of a debris awareness campaign launched by the families of the victims of MH370.“Some of the families went on radio in Madagascar to plead with locals to hand in pieces of debris,” he said.“Locals tell me there are many more pieces of debris washed up but it needs to Malaysia to offer rewards.”Mr. Gibson has been giving locals small rewards.While the two extensive searches have not turned up the main body of wreckage, Mr Gibson believes that the main body of wreckage probably lies just outside the search area about 1800km due west of Perth.That main body would include engines, undercarriage, wings and the bulk of the fuselage.Malaysia has promised to resume the search but only if there is “credible” new evidence.“Suggestions that it is the Cambodian jungle are nonsense.”And there is a sinister side to the loss of MH370. Mr. Gibson – and Seven West Media – has been the subject of stalking with some Malaysian interests trying to discredit him.A secret meeting with SWM in Perth last year was reported on in Malaysia just 30 minutes after it took place.Mr. Gibson has even been accused of planting debris.However, most of the debris has been handed in by locals and Mr. Gibson has simply raised awareness and been the point of focus.last_img read more

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