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first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The pilot of a small plane which crashed into the Kenai River on Wednesday is expected to recover, but suffered serious injuries after her Piper  PA-18 went down near Morgan’s Landing. Tegerdine was transported to Central Peninsula Hospital for treatment and told investigators she was “experiencing mechanical issues with the flight controls immediately prior to the crash.” The Federal Aviation Administration Flight Standards Service and National Transportation Security Board were notified and are continuing the investigation. 27-year-old Charley Tegerdine of Sterling was the only person on board the plane, which was seen going down at about 3pm by another pilot. Alaska State Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters… “One plane witnessed another plane go down and then a family member of the other plan that witnessed the plane called. We were able to figure out that the location was at Morgans Landing outside the Sterling area,” said Peters. “There was a sole pilot and it sounds like they were transported to the local hospital.”last_img read more

first_imgJEFF CAPEL, seated next to his wife, Kanika, and children, at a press conference introducing Capel as Pitt’s new men’s basketball coach, March 28. (Photos by Courier photographer J.L. Martello)You’d have to go all the way back to the early 1900s, and even then, that’s not far enough.That’s because it never happened. Until now.Benjamin Printz, Harry Hough, and Wolparth Wegner were the first head coaches in the long and storied history of Pitt men’s basketball. Later, there was “Doc” Carlson, Robert Timmons and Paul Evans. Most recently, it’s the names everyone knows—Ralph Willard, Ben Howland, the slick hair of Jamie Dixon, and the ineptitude of Kevin Stallings.But at an introductory press conference held, March 28, on the same court where the Panthers want to restore their winning ways, they turned to Jeff Capel. He became the first African American head coach in the over 100-year history of Pitt men’s basketball.“We landed a difference-maker,” said Heather Lyke, Pitt’s athletic director, who made the decision to hire Capel.“The plight for Black coaches has been very different from our counterparts, and it’s something that I take very seriously and take with great pride,” Capel said after being asked to elaborate on the distinction at the press conference by New Pittsburgh Courier sports columnist Bill Neal.Capel said his father was friends with “Coach (John) Thompson, Coach (John) Chaney, Coach (Nolan) Richardson, and so those are some of the examples of mentors that I’ve had to look up to, and so I’m excited about that.”Capel later discussed to Neal that he definitely wants to be an example to “especially young African American men. We need a lot of examples, and positive examples, positive role models. There are a lot out there, but you don’t see them all the time, so I understand the position that I’m in,” Capel said. “I just want to be an example, and I do that by being me.”PITT BACK TO PROMINENCE?—Jeff Capel, middle, celebrated as new Pitt men’s basketball coach by university chancellor Patrick Gallagher, left, and athletic director Heather Lyke.Of course, being a Black man wasn’t the primary factor in hiring the next head coach. Like the Pittsburgh Steelers over a decade ago when they searched for the successor to Bill Cowher, Pitt was looking for a great coach, a great role model, a great leader. The Rooney family felt they found those ingredients in Mike Tomlin, who became the Steelers’ first African American head coach.And Pitt feels like they found the same in Capel.“The head coach directly impacts the lives of other people’s children every day. And it is a critical decision,” Lyke said. “I hoped to be able to meet the expectations of what we needed and wanted in a leader for our men’s basketball program, and I was determined not to settle for anything less. And we found that leader in Jeff Capel.”Lyke, herself just over a year into the job as Pitt athletic director, stood in front of what felt like the entire City of Pittsburgh at the March 28 press conference, as she raved about Capel. As Capel’s name and likeness was plastered on the lowered JumboTron, she reeled off Capel’s top qualities in her eyes—insightful, genuine, intensely competitive. “He knows what’s important to him,” she said. “He knows who he is as a leader and a head coach. He knows the importance of sleeping on big decisions, and he knows the impact that a coach can have on young people’s lives every day.”Lyke continued: “I knew he would be selective about where he would coach next. And I want you to know that not only did we choose Coach Capel, but he chose Pitt.”To basketball fans, Capel is a known commodity. The Fayetteville, North Carolina native starred as a guard for Duke University (1993-1997). His father, Jeff Capel II, was the head coach at Old Dominion University. Like father, like son, the young one took an assistant coaching position under his father during the 2000-2001 season. The following year, Capel became an assistant at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). Before the 2002 season got underway, Capel was promoted to head coach at VCU, making him at the time the youngest coach in Division 1 (27 years old). He took the program to new heights in his four years as head coach, before heading to the Big 12 Conference to coach the Oklahoma Sooners.Being a coach in a power conference such as the Big 12 really put Capel on the national radar. And he coached a superstar even the casual fans know, in Blake Griffin. The Sooners were regulars in the NCAA Tournament, even advancing to the Elite 8 in 2009.After subsequent back-to-back losing seasons, Capel was fired in March 2011.For the last seven years, Capel has been an assistant coach at his alma mater, Duke. He said one of the best things he learned under legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski was how to truly run a program, from top to bottom.Capel is tasked with figuring out how to run Pitt’s program from out of the darkness. The 2017-18 team did not win a single game in ACC play (0-18 in the regular season). By the letter of the law, Pitt had to be included in the ACC Tournament, but the result was the same—a 67-64 loss, at the hands of Notre Dame. Pitt won eight games the entire season. Stallings was fired March 8. Now it’s Capel’s team. “The very first thing that we will do every day is that we’ll show up…You’re prepared, you’re mentally and physically prepared to show up and to give your best,” Capel said. “We’ll show up in the community, in the classroom and on the court. And we will do everything we can every day to try to get better and to be at our best.“The second thing is that we will keep our promise. I promise you, anyone that’s affiliated with this university…that I will give you everything that I have, every day. I will give you 100 percent of me…I understand that this is not just my program. This is our program, and in order for it to be restored, so to speak, or to get it to where we all want it, then we all have to own it.”Capel, 43, then turned to his players who were in attendance at the press conference. “They’ll get everything that I have—knowledge, love, support, discipline…everything that I have they’ll get that every day, and the only thing I ask is that they give it back to me, they give me 100 percent of themselves.”With the Blue and Gold world watching, Capel continued: “We’re in a great city. We’re in a city that has a lot of pride. The City of Champions, that’s what we’re about, is about building champions. Pitt men’s basketball is going to be about that.”Anyone that watched the Georgetown Hoyas of the ‘80s, led by Patrick Ewing, coached by the legendary John Thompson, knew that team was fearless, and Thompson had the pulse of every player, every tidbit of what went on with his program. Thompson became the first Black head coach to win the NCAA Tournament Championship, as the Hoyas beat Houston in 1984.Ten years later, African American head coach Nolan Richardson and his “40 minutes of Hell” defensive strategy powered Arkansas to a national championship.Then, in 1998, it was Tubby Smith’s turn at Kentucky.In 2014, Kevin Ollie became the fourth African American head coach to win men’s college basketball’s ultimate prize, when he led Connecticut over Kentucky.John Chaney was the epitome of a leader during his endless run at Temple. A Black head coach who was respected in all circles, who also won over 700 games in his collegiate coaching career.What the future holds for Pitt’s newest head man is unknown. But Capel knows one thing that Chaney, Richardson, Thompson and other top coaches never stand for.“There will be no excuses,” Capel told the audience. “We will figure out a way, collectively, to get this done.” Like us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter  https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierlast_img read more

first_imgLike us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter  https://twitter.com/NewPghCourier BILL NEAL:10—I’ll begin with this week’s most important topic. I want to take this opportunity to sincerely thank Mrs. Doris Miller for her enormous commitment and dedication to the success of this column. My thanks, and it goes without saying, I could not have done it without you! I’m just sayin’!!!:09—You all can keep listening to Kevin Cameron…(the professional’s professional) or you can take this to the bank. Your Pittsburgh Pirates are for real…for now!:08—The NFL draft is coming your way Thursday, April 26. Something tells me that Coach Tomlin is going to take Lamar Jackson out of Louisville. And why not? Big Ben will give you two more years and Jackson will be ready. Done and done.:07—Oh by the way, the next time you’re at 2443 Wylie Avenue…the home of Jerry’s Pizza…get one man! That’s right son. A brother is throwing pizza on the Hill and it’s good. It’s called progress. (Whatever you do, don’t tell Mr. Doss, Stephan, Rob or Ashley I gave Jerry the shoutout. You know they don’t play that at the New Pittsburgh Courier.) (Hey Jerry, if that don’t say free pizza, I don’t know what does…fancy Italian word goes here!):06—Look, the 76ers may not win the NBA title; for that matter, they may not win the East, but the return from injury for Joel Embiid will make it very interesting. And by now you know Ben Simmons is the truth. They’re in a “heated” battle in the first round of the playoffs right now with…the Miami “Heat.”IRA HARGE, right, with Connie Hawkins and Gabe Rubin, owner of the Pittsburgh Pipers.:05—That being said, I stand pat with my earlier prediction…with a slight twist. I had Boston winning the East, but without Kyrie Irving, that ain’t gonna happen. So now it’s back to the Cavs and they will fall to Golden State yet again.:04—Talk is all over the Internet. Who’s the greatest athlete of all time? Here are my top five. What say you? #1 – Jim Thorpe. #2 – Jim Brown. #3 – Muhammad Ali. #4 – Bo Jackson. #5 – Wilt Chamberlain.:03—The Masters has come and gone, but please stop crying for Tiger Woods. The man is worth $740 million and trust me, he ain’t crying for you.:02—A reminder for you sure nuff basketball fans. The 2018 induction of the Connie Hawkins Summer Basketball League Hall of Fame will include: Jeff Baldwin-“Rankin Gangster,” Gary Nelson-“The Dons,” Jimmy Nichols-“Heatwave,” James Ellie-“Cosmic Echoes,” Levi Taylor-“Homewood Horses,” Rico Appendanza-“Rico’s Boys,” Marcus Tomlin-“The Dons,” Keith Starr-“The Force,” Nate Duck- “Homewood Horses,” Kevin Murphy-“Clairton’s Finest,” Marvin Bailey-“The Nets,” Steve Vandivier, Gerald Warwick, Maurice Brown-“Champions,” Stu Lyons-“The Dons.” Saturday, May 5, 6 p.m. at the Marriott Hotel, Downtown Pittsburgh. For information, call 412-628-4856.JIM JARVIS, left, who played with the Pittsburgh Pipers.:01—Pictured are members of the 1968 World Champion Pittsburgh Pipers coming to Pittsburgh Friday, May 4, and Saturday, May 5 for the 50-year anniversary salute and memorial to the late, great Connie Hawkins, featuring special guest speaker, Pitt Hall of Fame legend, NBA All-Star and scoring champion, Billy Knight. For ticket information, call Achieving Greatness Inc. at 412-628-4856. This is a Mark Cuban, New Pittsburgh Courier, Highmark, Pittsburgh Penguins and UPMC co-sponsored event.last_img read more

first_img Sport EN CEST Luis Enrique’s side now play Valencia on Sunday with the added pressure of having Madrid breathing down their necks, while Atletico could move level with Barça if they beat Granada.  Keylor Navas says Real Madrid “won’t give up” after beating Getafe 5-1 to move within one point of Barcelona.  Title race: We will keep working hard. We won’t give up at any moment and, from here on, let’s see what happens.   16/04/2016 at 18:46 Getafe: It was a complicated game because they are in a difficult situation and came out giving everything, but we did our work well and with the respect that Getafe deserved.  Good form: Things are going well for me, I’m happy. Thanks to God the team has won another game, too. The team did the right things in the majortiy of moves.  Here is what Navas had to say to Canal+ after goals from Karim Benzema, Isco, Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo eased Madrid to victory: Manchester City: We have to be happy to be in the Champions League semi-final and respect the rival, who are a great team, but we will try to win. With humility and hard work, everything is possible.  The double: We are Real Madrid and we will give everything [to win Champions League and La Liga]. After that, let’s see what happens. But what is clear is that we always fight for all the trophies.last_img read more

first_imgBy RUSSELL BENNETT THE Seagulls’ favourite son – the big man who can do it all with bat and ball…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

All the world’s his stage

first_imgBy Bonny Burrows Residents shouldn’t be surprised if they see stage royalty Michael Cormick wondering down Pakenham’s main street- his…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

first_imgRoller derby returns to Trail with a fierce west-versus-east showdown this Saturday (June 10) at the Cominco Arena.The action hits the track at 6 p.m. (doors at 5 p.m.) when the Rossland Trail Roller Girls (RTRG) hosts the Bavarian Barbarians from Kimberley in the West + East Roller Derby Bout.“This is the second time these two teams have come together to battle it out,” explains RTRG captain Christin Davis, aka Roll N Loki. “RTRG was victorious after a tough bout last year in Kimberley and we hope to do the same on our own turf.” RTRG is one of the few remaining teams in the area after the former West Kootenay Roller Derby League disbanded and RTRG, along with Castlegar’s Dam City Rollers and Nelson’s Killjoys became travel teams.Though the local teams don’t often face off against each other anymore, the teams play together as pick up players are often borrowed.There will be some long-time familiar derby faces dressed in red and representing RTRG at this bout, plus a few new fresh players making their debut. The Barbarians have also secured a few all-star level players from local sister teams to round out their roster.This is the third time live roller derby has made its way to the Trail Arena and RTRG is excited to host a bout and share their love of the game with new and returning fans.The energy will be high in the arena between the strategic full contact sport, beer garden, 50/50 and derby kids, who always bring another level of fun to the family-friendly event.Tickets are $10 and free for kids 12 and under. Pick up your tickets today at Bay Avenue Music or Trail Coffee & Tea Company in Trail or at the door.What the heck is roller derby?Roller derby is a contact sport played by two teams of five, roller skating in the same direction around a track. Gameplay consists of a series of short matchups (jams) in which both teams designate a scoring player (the jammer), who scores points by lapping members of the opposing team. The teams attempt to assist their own jammer while hindering the opposing jammer — in effect, playing both offense and defense simultaneously.last_img read more

first_imgSince making his return from injury Lapointe has amassed 19 points in 11 games for the Smokies and has the second highest points per game at 1.73 in the BCHL. Kent Johnson continues to lead the BCHL in all aspects, with 20 goals and 30 assists. He’s already passed his point total from last year (46 in 57 games) with 50 points in 28 games played. Powell Connor is the lone Smoke Eaters defenceman selected to the camp, he’s been a rock on the back end for the Smoke Eaters. The Vernon, BC native has 2 goals and 13 assists so far and has been a key part of the Smoke Eaters penalty kill, which sits 4th in the BCHL.Also going is Owen Ozar who sits 6th in BCHL scoring with 12 goals and 21 assists. Ozar’s speed and puck retrieval abilities has made him a threat from day one of the BCHL season. Finally goaltender Logan Terness was one of four goalies named to the camp. Terness has emerged as a top goaltender in the BCHL this year. The 17-year-old from Burnaby, BC has some of the top numbers among goaltenders while being the youngest among them. In 21 games played Terness is 12-4-2-2 with a 0.936 SV% and a 2.23 GAA. Terness has the second best save percentage among goalies with 15 or more games played. “Our organization is very proud to send five of our best players to the Canada West camp. Each of these young men have had an outstanding start to the season and we’re looking forward to watching them compete for roster spots in Calgary.” – GM & HC Jeff TambelliniThe Smoke Eaters send a league high, tied with Chilliwack, for the most players being named to the Canada West roster.The five Smoke Eaters players will head to Calgary for the main camp on Dec 1st to 3rd, with the tournament going from December 7th to 15th in Dawson Creek, BC. Hockey Canada unveiled its 44 man selection camp for the upcoming World Junior A Challenge in Dawson, BC which included five Trail Smoke Eaters.Smoke Eaters captain Philippe Lapointe, assistant captains Kent Johnson and Powell Connor, forward Owen Ozar and goaltender Logan Terness were all named to the selection camp. The camp takes place in Calgary, Alberta from December 1st-3rd before a final team roster is picked and the tournament begins December 7th vs the USA.last_img read more

first_img“It’s brilliant, absolutely brilliant I’m so proud of them they worked really hard,” said Head Coach, Mike Murray. “We switched it up at the beginning of the fourth quarter and it worked. We’re not scared of any of these teams.”Ambassador UCC Glanmire maintained their lead at the top of the table in beating long-time rivals, Maxol WIT Wildcats, while Leah Fechko (21) and Mimi Clarke (20) were the top scorers for Pyrobel Killester to get them off to a winning start in their first game against Portlaoise Panthers.Jermaine Turner netted 45 points in the Men’s Super League as Pyrobel Killester beat SSE Airtricity Moycullen 83-74 for their first win of the season.“It’s good to get on the board,” said Head Coach, Brian O’Malley. “It was a tough game, Moycullen really took us out of our comfort zone, it was a battle from start to finish. Any win at Super League level is a good win because everybody is well capable and on their day, any team can turn you over. We certainly had plenty of things to reflect on from the first two weeks and hopefully we can keeping improving on things now.”UCD Marian remain at the top of the table with three wins from three as they overcame Belfast Star, DCU Saints and Irish TV Tralee Warriors also took home the points from their clashes with UL Eagles and KUBS BC respectively, while UCC Demons defeated Griffith Swords Thunder.RESULTS:Saturday, 8th October 2016Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Commercial.ie Éanna 60, Templeogue 85;Belfast Star 67, UCD Marian 74;DCU Saints 76 , UL Eagles 60;Pyrobel Killester 83, SSE Airtricity Moycullen 74;KUBS 53, Irish TV Tralee Warriors 77. Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:LYIT Donegal 72, Dublin Lions 77;BFG Neptune 97, Fr Mathews 68;Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin 80, Kestrels 77;Maree 93 Titans 51. Sunday 9th October 2016Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:UCC Demons 90, Griffith Swords Thunder 74. The sides went in level on 33 points apiece at half time but a change-up by Mystics on defence along with an on form Brittany Glasco proved the difference in the last quarter. There were big celebrations in NUI Galway at the weekend as newly promoted NUIG Mystics secured their first Women’s Super League win in a nail biter against Meteors. Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:Ulster University Elks 102, Sligo All-Stars 84Team Kilkenny 65, ITC Basketball 64 Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:Ulster Rockets 61, UL Huskies 53;Fr Mathews 63, Marble City Hawks 48. Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:NUIG Mystics 67, Meteors 59;Ambassador UCC Glanmire 63, Maxol WIT Wildcats 57;Pyrobel Killester 87, Portlaoise Panthers 60. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:Ulster University Elks 66, Oblate Dynamos 51.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Galway Athletics Report

first_imgDay two of the National Juvenile Outdoor Track and Field championships were held on Sunday last in Tullamore, with the U13-19 individual championships taking place. Yet again there were some fantastic medal winning performances from Galway athletes and clubs. NationalJuvenile Track and Field Championships Ella Farrelly Craughwell AC National U13 Girls Hurdles Champion 2019   Galway athletes’ really impressed over hurdles, with sevenmedals across the sprint hurdle disciplines. Ella Farrelly of Craughwell AC got the day off to the best possiblestart with a superb victory in the U13 Girls 60m Hurdles in a flying time of9.98 seconds, Caoimhe Farrell of Loughrea AC followed up with a bronze medal inthe U15 Girls 75m Hurdles and Chloe Casey of GCH secured silver in the U18Girls 100m Hurdles in a dramatic photo finish Darragh Fahy of Loughrea National champion 60m Hurdles at U13 level, with Richard McGrath GCH third place on right and second-placed Malachy McKenna of Emerald AC on left  Darragh Fahy of Loughrea continued his incredible seasonwithvictory in the U13 Boys 60m Hurdles in a fast 9.52. Richard McGrath of GCHwon bronze behind Fahy. Conor Hoade GCH winner U16 Boys 100m Hurdles with on left second placed Ben Campbell and on right Colin Murphy in third  David Mannion of South Galway AC won gold in the U15Boys 80m Hurdles, while Conor Hoade of GCH also struck gold with victory in theU16 Boys 100m Hurdles.In the field events,Conor Trehy of GCH took home bronze in the U17 Boys Triple Jump with a greatjump of 11.97m, while clubmate Aoife Waldron also won the bronze medal in theU16 Girls Triple Jump,National Juniorand U23 Championships GCH relay team. National 4x400m relay U20 Champions , L to R Aoife Sheehy, Seren O’Toole, Laura Nally and Rachel Hughes in a great time  The Irish Life Health Junior and U23 Outdoors wereheld in Tullamore on Saturday and Galway athletes secured a major haul of medals.Galway City Harriers athletes won medals aplenty, with the highlight being the National title victory by the U20 Junior Ladies 400m relay squad. The 4x400m relay ladies’ team was comprised of four very talented athletes, in Rachel Hughes, Aoife Sheehy, Laura Nally and Seren O’Toole.GCH secured team Silver in the Men’s U23 4x100m relay via the squad of Dylan Corer,Diego Brule, Jonah Erugo and Cillin Greene, and also won silver medals in theJunior 4x400m relay with Diego Brule, Aaron Brennan, Jack Maher and Dylan Corrthe squad members. Jack Maher wonindividual silver in the 1500m in 4.06 with a brave front running performance andCillin Greene also won silver in the 200m in a close finish with Paul Costelloin 21.8 seconds. Jack Maher of Galway City Harriers A.C., Co. Galway, leads the field whilst competing in the Junior 1500m event during the Irish Life Health Junior and U23 Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Tullamore Harriers Stadium, Tullamore in Offaly. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile * GCH ladies also won individual medals, with Aoife Sheehy winning silver in the 100m hurdles, Seren O’Toole silver in the 400m hurdles in a new best of 66 seconds and Nicole Walsh also won a superb silver in the U23 400m final in a seasons best time of 55.4.Just outside the medals were Laura Nally in a fast 57.2 to finish fourth in the Junior 400m final and Aaron Brennan had a strong run in the 3000m to finish 6th. There were further medal wins via Brendan Lynch ofLoughrea AC, who won silver in the U23 Men’s 400m Hurdles clocking 55.6 secondsand Sinead Treacy of Craughwell AC, who secured a bronze medal in the U23Ladies 400m race WorldUniversity GamesGalway athlete Alanna Lally of UCD and formerly of GCHcompetes for Ireland at the World University Games this week in Napoli inItaly. Lally will compete in the 800m with her first race off on July 10th.InternationalathleticsSome of Galway’s top young athletes compete internationallythis week as the summer track and field seasons kicks off in earnest atEuropean level. Cillin Greene of GCH will run on the Irish 4x400m relayteam at the European U23 Championships in Gavle, Sweden, which will be heldthis week from the 11th – 14th July 2019, with the relay heats on Saturdaymorning. Joining him will be Sarah Quinn of NUIG AC who will compete on theIrish 4x100m relay and in the 100m Hurdles, with the hurdles off Thursdayafternoon next, and the relays heats Sunday morningThis weekend Kyle Moorhead of Presentation CollegeAthenry competes on the Irish team in the 1500m Steeplechase at the SchoolsInternational Track and Field meeting which will be held Saturday 20th July inSwansea, Wales.In further good international selection news, LauraNally of GCH has been named as a reserve on the Irish 4x400m relay team for theU20 European Championships in Boras, Sweden which will be held from 18th – 21st July 2019.Summer CampsThree Athletics Summer camps kick off next week inGalway. Craughwell AC’s camp will be held from July15th to 19that their club grounds beside Craughwell national school, Galway City Harrierswill hold their inaugural summer camp from July 15thto 19th, in theRegional Sports Centre in Dangan. Loughrea hold a Summer camp at St Brigid’sCollege from August 5thInformation can be found on club website or the Athletics Ireland website.FixturesThis weekend sees more National championships action taking place, with a double header this weekend featuring two days of the Juvenile Track and Field championship programme in Tullamore on Saturday and Sunday next, the 13thand 14th July..print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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