Fekitoa signs with Toulon – report

first_imgFrench news outlet L’equipe has reported Toulon owner Mourad Boudjellal announced the signing at a fan event on Monday night (NZT Tuesday), declaring the “imminent arrival of a world champion All Black centre”.The newspaper said the 25-year-old signed with the French club this month.Boudjellal said the signing was “the biggest coup of the summer in the transfer market”. But Toulon released a statement on Thursday morning hosing down speculation, saying until moves had been officially confirmed by the club they were only rumours.Fekitoa was originally left out of the All Blacks squad for the British and Irish Lions series, but was an injury replacement during the series,He is off contract at the end of the season, but told Stuff in April he was in no rush to make a decision on his future.​”I don’t have a timeframe,” Fekitoa said. “I let my management team do all the talking behind the scenes. For me, it’s about getting my game right and enjoying my rugby.”Fekitoa has played 24 tests since his 2014 debut.Toulon have former All Blacks midfielder Ma’a Nonu on their books and just announced the signing of South African outside back JP Pietersen Photo: PHOTOSPORT (Malakai Fekitoa has reportedly signed with French club Toulon).last_img read more

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More sports in brief

first_imgRain-ruined Test heads for drawSYDNEY, Australia (CMC):Cricket Australia announced that the last day of the third and final Test against West Indies will be free to spectators, as the rain-ruined affair appeared destined for draw following a second straight wash-out here yesterday.The adverse weather, which forced the abandonment of the third day, ensured the fourth’s day play was similarly abandoned without a ball bowled at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Only 11.2 overs were possible on the second day on Monday.Some showers have been forecast for the final day but once play is possible, CA is set to allow patrons in free to witness the final rites and Australia lifting the Sir Frank Worrell Trophy. Patrons will be refunded for the two abandoned days.West Indies ended day two on 248 for seven with opener Kraigg Brathwaite top-scoring with 85 and all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite getting 69. Denesh Ramdin is not out on 30.Australia lead the series 2-0 after winning the opener in Hobart by an innings and 212 runs and following up with a 177-run victory in Melbourne.Sammy’s Hurricanes lose againMELBOURNE, Australia (CMC):West Indies Twenty20 skipper Darren Sammy was powerless to stop his Hobart Hurricanes from sliding to a second straight defeat – an eight-wicket loss to Melbourne Stars here yesterday. Sent in at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Hurricanes were limited to 124 all out off their 20 overs, with George Bailey top-scoring with 55 from 40 deliveries.Sammy gathered 17 from 14 balls to be one of just four batsmen in double figures as leg-spinner Adam Zampa (2-18) and seamer Scott Boland (2-26) stifled the innings.In reply, Glenn Maxwell smashed an unbeaten 56 from 32 balls, while in-form Englishman Luke Wright gathered 51 not out from 41 deliveries, as Stars cantered to their target with five overs left to spare. Sammy’s one over of medium pacer went for six runs.10 radio stations to broadcast Super50ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC):Radio stations across 10 Caribbean countries have agreed to carry live commentary of the NAGICO Super50 championship which begins today. The West Indies Cricket Board announced that the region’s premier one-day cricket tournament will be broadcast on radio stations in Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago.GEM Radio Five Limited, part of the One Caribbean Media Group, is coordinating the broadcast, headed by noted commentator Andrew Mason.”We decided to make the commentary feeds available at no cost to the broadcasters in order to ensure that the matches are carried live in all the territories,” general manager, GEM Radio Five Limited, Richard Purcell, said.”By so doing, we are keeping alive the great West Indian tradition of listening to cricket on radio.”last_img read more

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Surely this depravity should not be allowed to continue

first_imgDear Editor,As an earnest tax paying citizen of Georgetown, can the Council inform us when the current Mayor and Councillors of the city of Georgetown will embark upon correcting the wrongs and repairing the extensive damage that was wilfully done to our capital city by a former senior administrative municipal staffer?If one were to take a stroll in the Bel Air Park neighbourhood along where the empty lots known as R3 and R4 are located, one can still observe the remaining evidence of the venal attempt at land grabbing by the “Fantastic Four”. There is an old shipping container and a dilapidated and teetering guard hut defacing one side whilst the other side has been made into a swamp that breeds mosquitoes and cultivates copious amounts of wild brush, weeds and trees due to it being recklessly excavated when the gang was trying to illegally convert this dedicated open space into a dedicated upscale housing plot for themselves. The area needs to be restored into an aesthetically pleasing open space. The same goes for the Farnum Ground in the Subryanville area where another illegal land grab attempt was made.In the downtown area, there are old cut-up railway tracks that have been placed along some sidewalks, which serve no useful purpose other than to have given “the boys” some jobs and some free money to cut up and bolt down this scrap metal. This should be removed and sold to the scrap metal dealers.And then there is the unfinished and now derelict “Presidential Park” at the eastern extremity of Church Street and North Road, which was an unrefined attempt to pander to the politicians. This eyesore needs to be either completed by the relevant agency or torn down. Should this area not be returned to a green space as part of our city’s and country’s green agenda?And further west of these same two roadways, there is the area that was assigned to street barbers, cosmetologists, and beauticians, many of whom are unlicensed which is now nothing short of a shantytown with a number of rickety makeshift tents barely standing, adorned with scraps of multi-coloured plastic, cloth, and canvas, and which is ironically named “The Beauty Promenade”. In the interest of developing our tourism industry, this area should be cleared and cleaned in addition to the dog kennel type structures that were constructed a little further west which is supposedly a “Farmers Market” for wholesalers who bring their produce for sale on Thursdays and Fridays from the rural areas.Surely this depravity should not be allowed to continue. We need to take back our city from this unlawfulness.Sincerely,Anu Biharilast_img read more

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Registration nearing a close for Lone Wolf Junior Tournament

first_imgThe tournament tees off on August 27th. TAYLOR, B.C. – Registration for the Lone Wolf Junior Golf Tournament is entering its final days.According to Lone Wolf’s Marketing and Events Coordinator LJ Lawson, the tournament is one of the only ones of its kind because it features competitive as well as amateur juniors.“It’s the only type of tournament of its kind because it’s not just for competitive juniors, it’s for juniors of all ages and skill levels,” said Lawson.- Advertisement -Lawson explained that there should be between 40 and 50 golfers aged seven and up competing in the tourney this year. The tournament will feature an 18 hole format for the more skilled juniors as well as a nine-hole format and a 3-par format for the less experienced.“Our hope is to give the kids the same tournament experience as we give the adults, minus the carts and the booze.”Registration is $10 per junior and must be completed as quick as possible. Residents looking to sign up can visit Lone Wolf’s website or call them at (250)789-3711.Advertisementlast_img read more

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MP Jay Hill’s Weekly Report

first_imgAnd finally a note on news from several weeks back …. a new distinctly Canadian Victoria Cross has been unveiled. Awarded for extraordinary valour and devotion to duty while facing a hostile force, the Victoria Cross is the highest honour one can receive in the Canadian Honours System. The new Victoria Cross can only be awarded to Canadians and will contain metal from the original 1867 Confederation medals, as well as metal from every region of the country.Remember, you can always check on more government news at: www.gc.ca Child Care Benefit is Two Years OldJuly marked two years since the introduction of the Universal Child Care Benefit by the Conservative Government. Over 1.5-million families and 2 million children have received $5-billion to help balance work and home responsibilities. The second phase of the program, a $250-million investment to help the provinces and territories create child care spaces, has resulted in over 60,000 new spaces so far. That’s in addition to the $850-million the provinces already received this year through the Canada Social Transfer for children’s programs and services, an annual amount that will grow by 3 percent through 2014.Saskatchewan to Hold Senate ElectionsThe Saskatchewan government will introduce legislation this fall to hold elections for Senate nominees. This initiative by Saskatchewan reflects Canadians’ desire for a modernized, democratic Senate and complements our government’s actions. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has already appointed one Senator, Bert Brown, who was chosen by Alberta voters in Senate elections in that province. In addition, we’ve introduced Bill C-20, to provide Canadians with a direct say on who will be their Senators, and Bill C-19 to limit Senate terms to eight years from a current maximum of 45 years!Advertisement Catching Up on Federal News and NoticesTime to catch up on a selection of news and notes on federal programs of interest to local residents.Final Farm Options Payments on the Way- Advertisement -During the first week of August, final payments for the Canadian Farm Families Options Program will be mailed out to participants. ‘Options’ is a two-year pilot program providing low income farmers and farm families with short-term financial assistance while they take advantage of business/skills development services that assist them in finding ways to improve their farm and off-farm income. Participants have received roughly $221-million over the two-year life of the program with a total average payment of $17,000 per participant.U.S. Travel UpdateOur Conservative Government’s ongoing efforts to work with the United States to ensure that its Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative does not compromise the flow of legitimate trade and travel have achieved results. While all Canadian citizens currently require a passport for air travel to the U.S., adult requirements for ground and sea crossings will not take effect until June 1, 2009. Canadian citizens 15 years of age and under will be allowed to present only proof of citizenship, such as an original copy of a birth certificate or a citizenship card, to enter the U.S. by land and water. Travelers 18 years of age and under in approved adult-supervised groups, such as a school trip, will also be permitted to present only proof of citizenship.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Computer graduate turned drug-dealer jailed for fifteen months

first_imgA computer graduate who has been described as a major player in the drugs business in Letterkenny has been jailed for fifteen months.Vincent Whoriskey, who is already serving a sentence for drug dealing, appeared at Letterkenny District Court. The 36-year-old, with an address at Burnside Apartments, Lower Main Street in Letterkenny, faced a range of charges of having drugs for sale and supply.The drugs included cannabis, cannabis herb, MDNA, ecstasy and cocaine.Gardai gave various statements about searching Whoriskey’s flat on several occasions and finding various quantities of drugs hidden there.As well as large quantities of cash, a weighing scales and deal bags used to deal the drugs into various amounts were found.Once arrested, Whoriskey admitted all offences.Solicitor for the accused, Mr Frank Dorrian, said his client did not fit the profile of a man who dealt in drugs.He said Whoriskey had a degree in Information Technology from University College Cork and worked all over England as a barman, a chef and a barber.He said he arrived back in Ireland in 2012 and dabbled in a minor way in drugs but soon built up a debt of more than €10,000.He admitted his client dealt in drugs but that “each transaction as intended to be his last.”He was already serving a prison sentence, is now working as a chef in prison but plans to rejoin education when he gets out of prison.Judge Paul Kelly took a sample of the charges and sentenced Whoriskey to a total of fifteen months in prison.Computer graduate turned drug-dealer jailed for fifteen months was last modified: July 12th, 2017 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:drug dealergraduateletterkennyVincent Whoriskeylast_img read more

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Pizzeria owner who blew stolen €16,000 on gambling escapes jail

first_imgA pizzeria owner who stole more than €16,000 from his ex-girlfriend and bet the cash on two horses has escaped going to prison.Raul Andrei spent more than €70,000 opening up a franchise of Apache Pizza in Letterkenny, which he operated successfully for a number of months. However, Letterkenny District Court heard the 46-year-old developed a gambling habit after visiting a local casino.On October 14th last year while his partner was visiting friends in Dublin he gained access to the former house he shared with Oana Grigore at The Green, Ballymacool, Letterkenny.He stole the money and then went to his local branch of BoyleSport Bookmakers.He placed €10,000 on one horse and €6,720 on another on two different horses at two different race meetings but both lost.The court heard Andrei lost a considerable amount of money the previous day and was trying to win the money back.The accused told a friend that he had lost the money and was feeling suicidal and also telephoned his ex-partner and told her what had happened.The stolen money had come from the business and he had given it to his ex-partner but she had hidden the money as she was aware of the accused man’s gambling habit.Andrei was very remorseful and attended Gambler’s Anonymous and was also attending church meetings and no longer gambles.The couple have one child together and Andrei still pays his child’s creche fees and sees the child regularly.The court heard that the accused, of Sprackburn House, Letterkenny, is now working with a local company, earns €600 per week and is anxious to pay the money back to his ex-partner.The 47 year old no longer works at the pizza restaurant.At a previous sitting Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case for a probation and community service report and also a to get a victim impact statement.He also ordered Andrei to pay back the money to his ex-partner.The court was told today (Mon) that Andrei has so far paid back €1,400 and continues to support his child and makes regular payments.Passing sentence Judge Kelly said this was a “serious theft and a serious breach of trust.”However, he added that the victim had been very compassionate towards her ex-partner and that the amount of cash taken warranted a custodial sentence.Because of the victim’s compassion and his co-operation he was not sending him to jail and ordered him to complete 180 hours community service for the of €10,000 in lieu of six months in jail and a further 180 hours for the theft of €6,720 in lieu of another six months in jail.Pizzeria owner who blew stolen €16,000 on gambling escapes jail was last modified: November 26th, 2019 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:Andreigamblingletterkennypizzeriastolenlast_img read more

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GAA NEWS: GLENFIN JUNIORS FACE TERMON IN DONEGAL GAELTACHT

first_imgLotto winning numbers for the 16/02/16 are 6-4-1-5-8-3-2-7.Geraldine McGinley and Martin & Shane O’Donnell get €30 each. Jackpot for 23/02/16 is €2750.Club Membership: The club are holding a registration night on Thursday the 2nd of March from 6.00pm to 8.00pm. Anyone wishing to pay their membership can do so on that night. Adults €50.00. U18 €20.00Minor Board:Under age training: Wednesday U8 6.00pm- 7.00pm and U10 7.00pm – 8.00pm. Thursdays, under 12, under 13 & under 14 Boys 6.15pm to 7.15pm.2016 Gaeltacht                                                                                                                                        Juniors are playing Termon at home this Saturday at 3.00pm.Ladies:  Minor Training Wednesday 8pm to 9pm.Handball:  Good luck to all our Hand-ballers who are representing Donegal in the Ulster Hand ball competition this Sunday the 21st in Belfast.Handball training for all National schools on Monday nights from 6.30pm to 8.00pmAnnual presentation night this Saturday the 20th of February at 9.00pm in Harking’s Brocagh. Tickets are €15.00 each which includes Buffet and music. 2015 Donegal Year Books are still available at €10 each.GAA NEWS: GLENFIN JUNIORS FACE TERMON IN DONEGAL GAELTACHT was last modified: February 18th, 2016 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:GAAglenfinSportlast_img read more

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MALIN HEAD COASTGUARD RECORDS BUSIEST YEAR EVER WITH 500TH INCIDENT

first_imgMalin Head Coastguard Station has already recorded its busiest year in its history.Malin Head coastguardThe Inishowen station co-ordinated its 500th incident on Wednesday, September 25th.The station responds to calls and helps other rescue missions from around the globe as it monitors radio alerts between boats. The station is 111 years old although a lot has changed in that time.Below is a history of the station courtesy of the Malin Head Radio coastguard.Keep up the great work guys! Malin Head Radio celebrated 100 years of service in January 2002!!!Ireland’s most northerly point has had a long history of communication with ships. In 1805, Lloyds built a signal tower at a point now called Banba’s Crown. The building still stands, though now in a ruined condition. Today there is a viewing area and visitors car park next to this historic site. Semaphore and a telescope were the methods used to communicate with ships and to the island of Inishtrahull, some six miles away where another Lloyds signal station was erected on the western end of the island.Experimental communications using Marconi equipment was conducted between Ballycastle County Antrim and Rathlin Island, the latter being about 4 nautical miles off Ballycastle at the islands nearest point to the mainland. In 1901, the wireless equipment was moved to Portstewart, near Coleraine and a station opened but was subsequently closed in 1902. The equipment which had been previously used in the Ballycastle/Rathlin islands tests was installed at Malin Head and Inishtrahull island respectively the same year.The Malin Head Wireless Station was situated in the Lloyds signal tower and access to the station for personnel was made along the beach by foot from the staff accomodation about one and a quarter miles east of Malin Head pier. A telegraph line operated by Lloyds, connected to the nearest post office at Ballygorman three miles away, was relocated further on down the line when the local post office closed for business. Technical Info on 1902 Equipment.The Post Office took over the station which was using the callsign MH at this time on the 31st December 1909. Malin Head was included in the rebuilding program for coast stations around the British Isles in 1913 and the callsign changed to GMH. The equipment in use up to then was a quarter kilowatt transmitter but in this rebuilding program a 5 kilowatt transmitter was installed and the distinct musical note was provided by the use of a spark frequency of 400Hz. Design for Malin Head following closely the one used at St. Just but in this case only one mast and one aerial instead on the two used at St. Just.During the great war of 1914/1918, the Enniskillen Fusiliers were billeted at the station and accommodation was provided for them. The records of the time are scant during the years from 1914 to early 1922, as the Naval authorities who vacated the premises at that point seemed to have removed nearly all the paperwork. In May of 1922, as radio staff settled in to resume their work, there are records of long lists of requisitions to re-equip the radio station with items such as Enamel collanders at 3 shillings and 9 pence to wire mattresses at one pound and 15 shillings. It is obvious the Navy had well and truly cleared off with everything not screwed down or heavily cemented in place. A perplexed Officer-in-Charge writes to London pleading for the provisions of stores, stationary message pads etc. to keep the station functioning. The station at this time was equipped with a 5 kilowatt and 1.5 kilowatt transmitter and it is interesting to note the lists of ship stations worked during the mid 1920’s when records were made of the range of GMH during day and night hours. On the 24th July 1924 at 1041GMT, the Helligolav was worked at 600 miles west of Malin Head, whilst the Regina 490 miles west was in contact at 1015GMT on the 22nd August 1924. The average distance during daylight hours appeared to be 450 miles. At night this extended to 1200 miles west whilst working the Samuel L Fuller at 0003GMT on the 19th July 1924. Then on the 26th September 1924 on a night duty at 0612GMT, the Marinula established contact from 1300 miles west of GMH. The Columbia was reached at 1400 miles west again on a night duty at 0559GMT on the 23rd January 1924. Malin Head Radio was certainly getting out well and the location of the station being close to the sea on two sides and built on marshy low lying ground was well chosen.During the period of the Second World War, military personnel were posted at the station. There is still evidence of foundations for pill boxes and huts. In addition, the station had a number of personnel appointed as censors who left as soon as hostilities ceased in 1945. At this stage, the Irish Free State was a neutral power remained so for the duration of the war. On the 31st of December 1949, the callsign GMH was used for the last time and as 1950 dawned, a new callsign was born to replace what had started as MH and progressed to GMH. The Irish Free State had left the Commonwealth and was now the Irish Republic. It had a new name and Malin Head Radio had a new callsign – EJM.By this stage the station had relocated about 2 miles south of the Lloyds signal tower, The bungalow containing the radio station and the three staff houses located beside the Crossroads Hotel had been built during the 1913 rebuilding program. At the close of the 1990’s, the station is still located in the same building and used the original radio room up to 1986 when a new operations room was added to the bungalow. The high tension room or transmitter room is still in use today. The remote receiving antennas are fed to the station by open wire feeder over the half mile distance between the station and the T-type receive antenna on a nearby hill.Until 1988, the station operated on 500kHz and 2182kHz. However, on the 31st of December 1988, the last transmission on 500kHz, running 1000 watts, was made and Malin Head went off the air on this morse code frequency. Today the station continues on 2182kHz and controls 6VHF remote stations at Malin Head, Glen Head, Belmullet,Clifden, Donegal Bay and Lough Ree.. These are operated via landline to the various remote sites. The VHF equipment is manufactured by Motorola, running approximately 45 watts output to colinear Antennas. On 2182kHz and the working frequencies, the output power from our transmitters is 1000 watts on the 1677kHz (our primary working frequency) and 1644kHz and 250 watts carrier peaking to 500 watts (on speech peaks) on 2182khz, amplitude modulated SSB is used on the working frequencies. Our transmitters which are co-sited within the radio station transmitter room are fed underground by very heavy duty co-axial cable to the antenna tuning huts at the base of 150 foot masts. There are two 150 foot masts on site. The antenna tuning brings the antennas to resonance on the various frequencies. Buried under the station grounds is a large network of earthing wires and radials in order to achieve as near perfect efficiency as possible. Strung between the two 150 foot masts is the old 500 kHz wire T-antenna which we now use as a reserve receiving antenna should our remote receive antenna need repairs. The various receivers on station, are fed via co-axial cable out to the station boundary fence and under neighboring farmer’s field to a termination unit to convert 50 Ohm co-ax to the 600 Ohm open wire feeder which runs approximately a half a mile to the large T-wire antenna strung between the 60 foot poles at the summit of a nearby hill.Regarding our SSB transmitters, they were recently replaced by one manufactured in England by SPT electronics at Southend-on-Sea. We have a standby power plant to generate our own electricity in the event of mains power being off at any time. Power output available from the generator is 60 KVA.On February 2nd 2000 The name “Irish Marine Emergency Service” was changed to “Irish Coast Guard”. Malin Head Radio was upgraded to Malin Head MRSC (Marine Rescue Sub Centre). All of this means more than just a change of name for the staion, it added responsibility relating to co-ordination of search and rescue. Medical evacuation by helicopter from a tossed sea or offshore island, air ambulance, mountain rescue, inland waterways, lakes and rivers, these are all within the remit of the rescue co-ordination from Malin head.A proud tradition continues.(Above info researched by F.O.Connor, Radio Officer, Malin head coast guard radio.)MALIN HEAD COASTGUARD RECORDS BUSIEST YEAR EVER WITH 500TH INCIDENT was last modified: September 27th, 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:busiest yeardonegalEmergencyMalin Head Radio coastguardrecordrescuelast_img read more

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BULLSEYE FOR NOEL IN TRANSPLANT GAMES DARTS

first_imgDONEGAL’S Transplant Team Ireland darts star Noel McGeever has won a bronze medal at the Transplant and Dialysis Games in Croatia today.The Letterkenny man made the podium in the 40-49 categoryIn all the team secured two gold, two silver and two bronze medals today. A gold medal went to 38-year-old Niall McAuliffe from Co Laois in darts, who came first in the 30-39 year old dialysis category.Charlie Ryan, from Cobh took gold and his teammate John Loftus from Limerick won silver in the 60-69 year old transplant category.Also in darts, Mike Keohane from Cork won a bronze medal to add to Noel’s bronzeIn the cycling trials, Roscommon woman Monica Finn secured silver in the ladies 50-59 year old category. The Irish Team is the largest at the Games, with over 300 athletes from 28 countries throughout Europe are competing.BULLSEYE FOR NOEL IN TRANSPLANT GAMES DARTS was last modified: August 19th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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