Ikeh thanks Ravena for Finals MVP recognition

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFor normal spectators, Chibueze Ikeh is just another big man in Ateneo’s roster.Thirdy Ravena, though, begged to differ.ADVERTISEMENT For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. MOST READ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Finals hero Isaac Go says entire Ateneo team is ‘clutch’ Ravena, though, said that Ikeh is far from a role player.“There are things that people don’t see because it’s the intangibles that he brings,” said Ravena in Filipino. “You don’t see it the stats but I saw Ikeh the whole, he did his job, he did his best to limit Ben, and execute the game plan.”Mbala finished with 19 points, on 7-of-14 shooting, with seven rebounds while being matched up mostly with Ikeh.ADVERTISEMENT View commentscenter_img It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ As the Blue Eagles celebrated their ninth UAAP title after beating De La Salle 88-86 in the third game of the Season 80 Finals, Finals MVP Ravena called Ikeh to join him under the bright lights of Smart Araneta Coliseum.“I wasn’t expecting that, he’s been one of a kind,” said Ikeh who finished with 12 points, 13 rebounds, and two blocks Sunday in the title-clincher. “For him to share that moment with me, it feels so great, I really appreciate that.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkIkeh never got the same reputation like other big men in the league like two-time MVP Ben Mbala, Steve Akomo, Prince Orizu, or Issa Gaye as dominating centers.Despite Ikeh’s 6-foot-8 frame, he was just seen as a mere filler in the center position of Ateneo’s system. PH’s Rogen Ladon boxing flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS) PLAY LIST 03:30PH’s Rogen Ladon boxing flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)00:50Trending Articles03:34PH’s Carlo Paalam boxing light flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scenelast_img read more

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Deadline for submission of party symbols for elections

first_imgToday, Friday 13The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has advised that political parties intending to contest the March 2, 2020 General and Regional Elections have up to today (Friday) to submit their party symbols.It is customary that parties contesting the elections are required to submit a symbol for approval by GECOM before nominations day which is set for January 10.As such, GECOM, in a notice published in the dailies, is requesting that applications for the approval of symbols be submitted no later than today’s date to facilitate timely consideration by the Commission and provide a response to the respective applicants.Party symbols in both printed and electronic versions should be submitted to the Office of the Chief Election Officer, Keith Lowenfield, at Lot 31 Fort Street, Kingston, Georgetown.While the two main political parties, the Opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) and the A Partnership for National Unity and Alliance for Change (APNU/AFC) coalition have been gearing up for next year’s polls, there have been the formation of several new and small parties over the past months.These include: A New and United Party (ANUG), Federal United Party (FED UP), Liberty and Justice Party (LJP), Citizenship Initiative (CI) and Change Guyana.At a press conference last month, Public Relations Officer (PRO) of GECOM, Yolanda Ward, had disclosed that some 15 political parties are likely to contest the upcoming General and Regional Elections.last_img read more

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PPP files no-confidence appeal at CCJ

first_img…asks court to urgently review Appeal Court’s “absolute” majority decisionOpposition Leader and General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP), Bharrat Jagdeo through his Attorneys on Tuesday filed a notice of application for special leave to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), in relation to the decision of the Guyana Court of Appeal on the no-confidence cases.The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is Guyana’s final court of appealThe application was filed by Douglas Mendes, Devesh Maharaj, Anil Nandlall, Kandace Bharath, and CV Satram. The named respondents in this matter are: Attorney General Basil Williams, Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland, and Minister Joseph Harmon, a representative of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).The application is seeking an order to grant Jagdeo special leave to appeal the majority judgement of the Court of Appeal of Guyana delivered on March 22, 2019 by acting Chancellor Yonette Cummings-Edwards, Justice Rishi Persaud, and Justice Dawn Gregory.Further, the Attorneys are seeking an order to treat the hearing of the application as urgent and a further order for an expedited hearing of the application. Also, it is seeking an order directing that the hearing of the application for special leave to appeal be treated as the hearing of the appeal against the majority judgment, and that certain orders be made in the appeal.This includes an order setting aside or reversing the majority judgement of the Court of Appeal of Guyana and resorting to the decision of the acting Chief Justice Roxane George made on January 31, 2019; a declaration that the resolution of the National Assembly is valid; and a declaration that the no-confidence motion moved by Jagdeo was validly passed on December 21, 2018.Jagdeo, through his attorneys, is also seeking a declaration that puts to rest that 33 votes/members constitute a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly within the meaning of Article 106 (6) of the Constitution of Guyana. The application is also seeking costs.Nandlall has said that there would be a case management conference conducted by the CCJ on Friday morning in respect of this matter. He said, “We expect that directions will be given by the Court, which will bring about an early hearing and determination of the appeal”.RulingThe acting Chief Justice, in January, upheld the December 21, 2018 passage of the no-confidence motion, ruling that in Guyana’s 65-member National Assembly a majority is 33. This, however, was appealed by Attorney General Basil Williams.But while Justice Persaud has dismissed the appeal and concurred with the ruling of the High Court, his colleague appellate Judges allowed the State’s appeal.Both Justices Cummings-Edwards and Gregory opined that while 33 was the majority of the 65-member National Assembly, the successful passage of a no-confidence motion required an “absolute majority” of 34 and not the “simple” 33 majority that has been used to pass ordinary business in the House.Following the ruling, Jagdeo stated that the Constitution of Guyana is pellucid on what number of votes is needed for the passage of a no-confidence motion; it is a majority of all elected parliamentarians – the majority of 65 is 33 votes.According to him, the Constitution is clear in saying that the vote is valid if a majority of all elected parliamentarians – 33 parliamentarians – cast their vote in favour of the passage of a no-confidence motion.He added that all right-thinking Guyanese would conclude that 33 is the majority of 65 – a conclusion that was extensively addressed by the acting Chief Justice in her ruling.“No strange mathematics can change what is in the Constitution … a majority of all elected members in the National Assembly is 33,” Jagdeo said.He explained that the argument about a vote of 34 being needed was not the argument he expected to be used by the Appeal Court to overturn the ruling of the Chief Justice (ag).The Opposition Leader noted that in 2014, when the Alliance For Change (AFC), supported by APNU, advanced a no-confidence motion against then President Donald Ramotar, it was done with the explicit acknowledgement that AFC and APNU had the 33 votes that were needed for their no-confidence motion to be successful.He added that prior to the December 21, 2018 vote, the coalition Government boasted that it had 33 votes, and, therefore, the no-confidence motion could not be passed with a vote of 32.After the vote, according to him, both President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo accepted that the PPP/Civic no-confidence motion was validly passed in the House.In addition, Attorney and social commentator, Christopher Ram posited that the Court made a grave error of unquestioning acceptance of decisions and principles from afar with no regard that, at best, they could be of no more than persuasive value.In the process, he added, Friday’s decision marked a turning point in Guyana’s jurisprudence, introducing a harmful level of uncertainty into constitutional and statutory interpretation in local courts. In this regard, he stated that the Court was “wrong” in its interpretation of what constitutes a majority in the National Assembly.last_img read more

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“Reds” bestowed with Dolphin Award of Excellence

first_imgRHTY&SC Organising Secretary Keith Hicks hands over the Dolphin Award to Joseph “Reds” Perreira“You are a hero to several generations of cricket lovers and you brought the world of cricket into our imagination long before television came into our homes. Your voice inspired thousands of young West Indians to follow their dreams to become the next Sobers, Lloyd, Worrell, Richards and Greenidge. Most importantly, you were a role model to my generation and others, and have played a huge role in promoting Guyana and West Indies cricket. Today, the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTY&SC) has the greatest privilege to honour you with our highest award – the Dolphin Award of Excellence.” These were the words of RHTY&SC Secretary/ Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Hilbert Foster, as the Club honoured legendary international cricket commentator Joseph “Reds” Perreira.Perreira, who was in the Ancient County as a guest of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB), received the Dolphin Award of Excellence during a special ceremony Friday last at the St Francis Training Centre. He became the 33rd person to receive the award, which is given to friends of the RHTY&SC who have made outstanding contributions to the development of Guyana and also serve as a positive role model to youths. Among the other awardees are President David Granger, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, former Test Player Roger Harper and Journalist Franklin Wilson.Perreira started his legendary career in 1961 at the Rose Hall Canje Ground at the First-Class level and broadcast his first Test Match in 1971 when the West Indies played India at the Bourda Ground. Up to his retirement two years ago, Perreira did commentary in 147 Test Matches, 200 One-Day Internationals and over 350 First Class Matches. He also served as sports coordinator of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) for over a decade and was an advisor to the late Sport Minister Shirley Field-Ridley in the 1970s.A humbled Perreira, who was inducted as an Honorary RHTY&SC member 15 years ago, stated that it was an honour to receive such a prestigious award from Guyana’s best.Perreira stated that he had to work hard to achieve success including overcoming a severe stammer. Success, he stated, can be achieved once a person has a dream and is prepared to put in a long time. The legendary commentator stated that many persons, including Raffeek Khan, opened the door of opportunities for him and he would always be grateful for it. Speaking on his career, he disclosed that it was a privilege to work with great Commentators like Tony Cozier, John Arlott and Jim Maxwell.last_img read more

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Northview denied in Division I

first_imgIn Saturday’s Division I finals at El Dorado, the Vikings faced Temecula Valley and the Golden Bears prevailed 40-13 to win their sixth consecutive Division I championship. “We knew all season long that Temecula Valley was the team to beat, and they showed why,” Northview assistant coach Bobby Bellamy said. “They’re awfully tough.” Northview had four winners in the finals, including Tatiana Padilla, whose late takedown in the third round proved to be the decider in an 8-7 victory over Justin Whitaker in the 130-pound weight class. It was her third win of the all-day tournament. The Vikings had three other wrestlers claim victories in the finals. One problem, however. This season, Northview was elevated to Division I, which has been dominated by powerhouse Temecula Valley. PLACENTIA – Northview High School’s wrestling team was seeking a fourth consecutive CIF-Southern Section dual-meet division championship Saturday. The Vikings had won the Division II title the past two seasons and the Division III crown in 2004. center_img Nick Inclan (152) gave Northview a 3-0 lead when he scored a 7-4 decision over Chad Beeson to get the finals started. Steven Salinas (103) snapped a string of five consecutive wins to give the Golden Bears a 19-3 lead. Oscar Molina (119) scored four points for Northview when he shut out Marco Decaro 9-0 to close the gap to 22-10. Inclan was a four-time winner, including three falls, on the day. Molina also had four victories, including two falls and one by injury default. “There are some positives we leave this tournament with,” Bellamy said. “One thing is no new injuries and that’s always a good thing. “The kids should be proud. They left everything on the mat and have nothing to be ashamed of.” Northview, the Valle Vista League dual-meet champion, advanced to the finals with a 45-15 victory over Sultana in the semis. The Vikings trailed 15-12 but rolled off seven consecutive wins, including four consecutive pins by Zeke Sanchez (285), Salinas (103), P.J. Martinez (112) and Molina (119), to take control. “That was a big win for us,” Bellamy said. “Sultana’s a good team. Our kids really battled.” The Vikings opened Saturday’s action with a 57-12 win over Los Alamitos when they recorded seven victories by pins. In the quarterfinals, Northview defeated Atascadero, 57-15. Robert Alcatar (215), Inclan and Salinas all recorded victories by fall. “Next week is what really counts,” Bellamy said, referring to the CIF-SS individual championships when the Vikings will be represented in all 14 weight classes. “We know we just have to work a little harder.” San Dimas, the Valle Vista League’s No. 2 team, fell in the first round to San Clemente, 56-14. when he got past Eric Reyes 4-2 chris.gutierrez@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2239 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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City hailed as Premier League greats after 15th straight win

first_img0Shares0000Manchester City midfielder David Silva (R) celebrates after scoring their third goal during the English Premier League match against Swansea City at The Liberty Stadium in Swansea, south Wales on December 13, 2017 © AFP / Geoff CADDICKLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 14 – Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are being widely hailed as one of the best sides in Premier League history after they set a stunning new record of 15 straight wins.In its 25-year history, the Premier League has boasted a series of outstanding sides including Manchester United’s treble-winners, Arsenal’s “Invincibles” and Jose Mourinho’s powerful Chelsea side in his first stint at the club. But Guardiola’s team — even though they have not won any silverware yet — are smashing record after record as they sprint towards the Premier League title, leaving allcomers a distant speck in their rear-view mirror.Wednesday’s 4-0 win at Swansea took them clear of Arsenal’s 14 consecutive victories under Arsene Wenger between February and August 2002.Their 49 points from 17 games is the best-ever start to an English top-flight campaign, bettering the record of Tottenham’s great double-winning side of 1960-61 — when a win was worth just two points.BBC commentator Jonathan Pearce believes the current City side is at the top of the tree.“There have been great teams in the modern era but, in terms of fluent football and as an irresistible force, Manchester City are the best the Premier League has ever seen,” he said.“I’ve never seen a team in all my years play like this.”When asked whether City are one of the best sides we have ever seen, former England captain and TV pundit Alan Shearer agreed.“I don’t think there is any doubt about that, and top players in that team, with hunger and desire to put in a performance week in, week out,” he said. “It has to has to be admired.”Chastened Swansea manager Paul Clement described the pain of watching his side try to compete with Guardiola’s free-flowing team.“At times it was horrible to be on the sideline watching that, seeing my side trying but suffering for long periods,” he said.“They’re not the games that will decide our season but it was hard to watch at times because they were so dominant. For me, one of the best sides I’ve ever come across. So many good athletes, so many intelligent footballers and it’s really hard to pin them down.”Guardiola, who managed a Barcelona side widely regarded as one of the finest club sides in history, is aware of his team’s place in the English game.“In history there were amazing things like Liverpool in the 80s and Manchester United with Sir Alex Ferguson or Chelsea with Jose Mourinho,” he said. “There were some amazing teams.“But we are the first ones to win 15 in a row. If we win the title it will just be a record and this record will be broken, but of course it will not be easy.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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REVIEW: TG4 DOCUMENTARY FAILS TO SHED NEW LIGHT

first_imgMichael Ferry, right, being taken into court in Donegal Town in December.Review: Micheál Ó Fearraigh: Feall i ndiaidh FillOver two years on from the conviction of Gaoth Dobhair paedophile Michael Ferry TG4 last night broadcast a programme about the affair.Ferry committed sickening attacks on young boys in the parish over a 20 year period, some of those attacks continuing after his 2002 conviction for similar offences. Most of the attacks took place at the Ardscoil Mhuire premises in Derrybeg where Coláiste Cholmcille ran courses for Irish language students.But last night’s TG4 programme, whilst reminding us all of the horrific story, failed to deliver any new material.In fact the documentary’s entire focus was on the unanswered questions on the affair, and it failed to answer any of them.It was a real shame as witnesses who saw Ferry driving a school bus in Dunlewey as late as 2006 – with children on board – were never interviewed for this programme. It was very much an historical documentary, rather than an investigative one.Questions which do need answered will only come once the DPP takes a decision on whether any new prosecutions are warranted; then we will have either another court case, or the release of a HSE report into the affair.Whatever the conclusion, it has taken far too long for this horrific affair to have an ending. REVIEW: TG4 DOCUMENTARY FAILS TO SHED NEW LIGHT was last modified: January 13th, 2014 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:GardaiHSEMichael FerryTG4last_img read more

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DONEGAL MAN CLAIMS RIGHTS TO CARRIGART LAND PASSED ONTO ENGLISH LORD

first_imgSome of the Mulroy estate in Carrigart at the centre of the court dispute.A Co Donegal man is claiming he owns the rights to land being claimed by an English Lord – because he has lived on them for 30 years.Lord John Gerard Strutt, the 6th Baron of Rayleigh in Essex, now manages the 325 acre Mulroy Estate in Carrigart, which was once part of the estate of Lord Leitrim. The land was passed onto him by his uncle Hedley Vickers Strutt.However, local man Jack Green from Fanad is claiming adverse possession of parts of the estate, namely a parcel of land, two buildings and a pier.The case opened yesterday at Buncrana Circuit Civil Court and is expected to last up to three days before Judge Francis Comerford.Mr Green claims to be in possession of this land and buildings for 30 years and that a verbal agreement existed confirming this.He was resident in two buildings on the Mulroy estate between 1975 and 1985 (Ivy cottage and Ivy Lodge), with the permission of the landlord Hedley Vickers Strutt.The court heard there were 8 buildings on the estate used as residential properties which had tenants who acted as caretakers and they lived there rent-free with the landlords’ permission.As the elder Mr Strutt’s health declined, his nephew the current Lord Strutt wanted to clarify the position of Jack Green’s occupancy and wanted it in writing.In 2010 this was suggested to Mr Green who said he wanted to ‘leave things as they were.’A gate was then erected by Jack Green on the property which was considered a ‘discourteous and hostile act’ by John Gerald Strutt.John Gerald Strutt, who resides near Chelmsford, Essex described the close relationship he had with his uncle Hedley and that he had visited the estate many times from early childhood.His uncle’s health began to decline from 2002 following a bad fall and was cared for by a resident on the estate and another nephew .Mr John Strutt was solely responsible for his uncle’s commercial affairs and was advised by several others on the Mulroy estate .John Strutt gave evidence of a meeting with Jack Green and his son Gerard Green in 2010 in an effort to commit to writing what was a verbal agreement.Mr Strutt put the point to Jack Green that Hedley Strutt owned the land and that Green was occupying the quay with his uncle’s permission, which Mr Green agreed. Mr Green said he was happy with the agreement as it was and didn’t want it in writing .John Strutt said he was left unclear of what the terms of occupation were and wanted to put together a draft licence. He said it was in no way a hostile meeting .A draft licence was produced and sent to Mr Green in early May 2011 and Mr Green erected a corrugated steel gate on the land about two weeks after the draft licence was sent to him .A further meeting between Mr Green and Mr Strutt was held in October 2011 in the kitchen of Mulroy Manor. Both men had their sons present at the meeting also. Mr Green again outlined to John Strutt that there was no need to put in writing the verbal agreement .Mr Strutt said he told Mr Green that it was ‘plain bad manners’ and an ‘enormous discourtesy to his uncle’ that the gate was erected without permission and that he saw it as an act of hostility.But Mr Green said the gate was erected as a security measure to prevent thefts on the site, adding a key could be obtained for the gate from his son Kevin if needed.Mr Strutt gave evidence that the meeting ended on bad terms when he claimed Mr Green said to him “don’t forget I have friends in the Gardaí, in the media and in politics and let’s not forget the history and say no more.”Mr Strutt said he reported this to a local doctor and then to the Gardaí.John Strutt said a draft licence was put together and a clause included by his uncle Hedley that Mr Green be given permission to occupy the potato store ‘for life’ a clause John Strutt was not happy with. This was sent to Mr Green on 31 January 2012 and received no reponse.A letter was then delivered to Mr Green on 23 February 2012 asking him to sign the draft license, which he refused and then he was handed a letter to quit the site within 4 weeks .A legal letter from Jack Greens solicitors in March 2012 addressed to Hedley Strutt and received four days before his death, stated Mr Green would not be vacating the site, that he had been in uninterrupted possession of the site for over 30 years and that he had acquired proprietorial rights over the site as a result .John Strutt said this was the first time Mr Green had stated to him that he had rights over the site at the pier .In cross examination by barrister Peter Nolan, John Strutt confirmed he did not seek legal advice in 2010 before seeking to get Jack Green to commit to a written agreement about the yard, pier and sheds.Mr Green erected a pole over an entrance to the pier in 1985 and said he was never asked to remove it and he had the key for it.Mr Strutt said he believed the pole was erected in 1993. Another resident on the estate had asked Mr Green to move the pole for him when building work was taking place on the estate which he did.Barrister Nolan asked John Strutt if he was aware of a boxing club using the sheds in the yard, of vehicles being parked on the pier, of engineering works taking place on the site and of boats being repaired there. John Strutt said he was not aware of this at all.The case continues today.DONEGAL MAN CLAIMS RIGHTS TO CARRIGART LAND PASSED ONTO ENGLISH LORD was last modified: June 18th, 2015 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:adverse possessionCarrigartdisputedonegalLandLord Leitrimlast_img read more

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GAA NEWS: URRIS CLUB NOTES

first_imgGAA Bingo- Every Thursday Night At 9pm In St Marys Hall Clonmany Everyone Welcome.Match & Win for 24/05/2012 No jackpot winner last week this weeks will rise to €3,580.00 numbers drawn were 1,5,8,20 the €15 consolation prizes went to Michael McDonald Cross Clonmany, Lexie & Ann c/o Bingo, Bridget Harkin Boharna, Maria Noone Altashane Carn, Susan Harkin Annagh.Cúl Camp 2012- dates and prices for this year’s Cúl Camp which are sponsored by Kellog’s have been announced. The Urris camp will run from Monday, July 2nd to Friday, July 7th inclusive.Prices are as follows: First child – €55, Second child – €45,Third and subsequent children -€40,Places can be booked online at https://secure.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/ or alternatively by contacting John Friel on 086 0523550. Club Meeting – There will be a Club meeting on Wednesday, May 30th at 8.30pm. As usual all members are encouraged to do their best to attend these meetings and new faces are always welcome.Lucozade Club Challenge.The club is registered for the Lucozade Club Challenge and is asking club members and supporters to collect the tops off Lucozade Sport and Lucozade Sport Lite bottles. The club which can collect the most bottle tops over the next few months has the chance to win up to €10,000. Tops can be given to any club committee member or left in at Straid on match or training days. For more information check out the Club Challenge website.Fixtures For The Coming Week: U14 Boys are Away to Downings on Wednesday at 7.30pm. U10’s Away to Muff on Saturday 2nd June. Upcoming Senior Fixtures:The Seniors and Reserves have only two fixtures scheduled for the month of June; the first of these will be on Saturday, June 9th when they make the trip to Downings, throw in for the games is at 6.00pm and 7.30pm. On Saturday, June 30th the teams make the short trip to Buncrana for the start of the second round of matches; throw in for these matches is also at 6.00pm and 7.30pm.Results:Seniors & Reserves v Termon on Friday 25th Reserves: Termon 0-9 Urris 0-8 Seniors: Termon 0-11 Urris 0-9. Sundays Game Reserves: Urris 1-9 Naomh Columba 1-14. Seniors: Urris 1-10 Naomh Columba 1-13.Underage Training Times -Under 14s Fridays at 5.30pm Straid David Hession. Under 16s Tuesdays 5pm Straid John Friel. U12s Friday 4pm Straid John Canny.U8 Boys & Girls Saturday at 11am Straid Susan McCarron & Sandra McGonigle. Club Merchandise – Contact Alan 0879029672.New Club Website www.urris.gaa.ie.Any items for the notes please send to lckn3@eircom.net or text to Liz O’Neill on 0863858629 before 9pm on Sunday evening.GAA NEWS: URRIS CLUB NOTES was last modified: May 28th, 2012 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:Urris GAA club noteslast_img read more

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