February 17, 2020

APM Terminals Partners with GOL in Ebola Fight

first_imgMaterial support to survivors of the Ebola Virus Disease discharged from the Ebola Treatment Unit at the ELWA Hospital gained support when Liberian staff members of the APM Terminals Liberia, presented an assorted items, valued at approximately $1, 500.00. (USD)  Making the presentation last Friday, October 3, at the acceptance department at the ELWA Hospital in Monrovia, Mr. Thomas G. Goba, Sr APM Terminals’ Liberia Human Resources officer, said their widow’s might is to help survivors who are discharged to face new life. “We know the Liberian government cannot do all,” Goba told ELWA Hospital’s administrator Mrs. F. Kolu Mulbah-Kamah, “and therefore the Liberian staff of APM Terminals decided to make personal contributions towards the fight of the deadly disease.”  Goba added that the staff members are convinced that once Liberians join together in the fight against the deadly disease, success is achievable.  “We want our donation to go to Liberians who have gone through the process and are discharged to return home,” Goba said. Goba expressed appreciation to doctors and health care workers at the ELWA and other health centers in the country for discharging their professional duties, despite the dangers to those infected and otherwise.  The donation included 25 bags of 25kgs United Grain rice, bales of assorted items, 25 liters of argo oil, four boxes of yellow soap, and several cartons of Cloras, among others.  Receiving the items, Mrs. F. Kolu Mulbah-Kamah, commended the APM staff workers for their thoughtful consideration to identify with their brothers and sisters who when they are discharged and are sent home without any such support. “We want to appeal to other Liberians to follow your example,” she said, “what you have done will go a long way to give hope to others.”  APM Terminals Liberia operates the Freeport of Monrovia, handling containerized shipments, with specialized personnel that handle all kinds of cargo such as rice, cement, latex, unitized or palletized cargo, vehicles, frozen products and timber.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Key witness to testify against Marcus Bisram allegedly poisoned

first_imgThe key witness to testify against Marcus Bisram in the Faiyaz Narinedat murder trial has been poisoned.According to reports, the 16-year-old boy might have been given poisoned food by a relative of the alleged murder mastermind, Marcus Bisram.The teenager was a frequent visitor to Bisram’s home when he was in Guyana and is said to have witnessed firsthand the events leading up to Narinedatt’s murder and also plans to stage the hit- and-run scene. The teenager also reportedly knew the car which drove over the man’s body when it was placed on the Number 70 Village, Corentyne Highway. It is last Saturday that he was allegedly given fried rice mixed with a poisonous substance. The teenager and a member of Bisram’s family circle – who also has family ties with the teenager – went into the backdam. The teenager’s mother told this newspaper that on his return she realised that something was amiss. However, he told her that he will be ‘ok’ but could not make it to have a shower.The 47-year-old mother of two said on Sunday morning, the teenager was unable to get out of bed and by Tuesday, he began vomiting. “When I go upstairs and turn on the light, is vomit on the bed, all over he clothes is vomit an it green, green,” she explained.On Thursday his conditioned worsened and she was forced to seek assistance to get the ailing boy to the hospital. After several tests, he was admitted a patient at the Skeldon Hospital.However, relatives sought to get the youth removed from that hospital after he was visited by Police Officers from the Skeldon Police station, including one officer who was reportedly reluctant to act on information with respect to Narinedatt’s murder. It had been claimed that the officer was provided with information on the carpenter’s death, including the names of those present and details of the events which led to Narinedatt’s death and the subsequent staging of the crime scene to make it appear as a hit-and-run accident.The teenager was on Thursday afternoon removed from the Skeldon Hospital and in now at a medical facility in Georgetown.The 16-year-old boy might have been given poisoned food by a relative of alleged murder mastermind Marcus BisramMeanwhile, the mother revealed that her son’s life was in danger ever since he came forward to reveal what was once thought to be a secret. According to her, it is the very person her son went to the backdam with that threatened him. “They told him that he giving evidence against Marcus, and before Marcus got to come to this country, we gon got to done you… they mean they gone kill him,” she charged.She reported that the threats were not only made to her son, who is currently hospitalised.  Meanwhile, Police are making stringent efforts to arrest the man who may have given the poisoned meal to the teenager.last_img read more

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“Town Clerk, let us get it right!” – Mayor

first_imgCity Hall garbage woes…small contractors not aware of rolesThe Georgetown municipality’s battle with garbage seems like a never-ending one and Mayor Patricia Chase Green has indicated that she is disappointed with the work of the new contractors and has called on Town Clerk Royston King to “get it right”.Georgetown Mayor Patricia Chase-Green“I am not satisfied with the way we are dealing with our commercial garbage, while we sent out notice and gave people 12-day notice, I have been receiving calls and complaints that the trucks passing, if the store owners have a box and a barrel, they move the barrel and leave the boxes. Then immediately after, the City Constabulary is charging and bring those persons before the court,” Chase Green said.“Town Clerk, let us get it right! If we are saying we will collect garbage at 5 pm (17:00h) and then at 5:05 pm (17:05h), we can’t go charging people. We know fully well that the new garbage contractors are not aware of what is to happen. I am disappointed that people have to call me,” the Mayor added.She made those comments at the Mayor and City Council’s statutory meeting on Monday at City Hall.The Mayor explained that she was not satisfied with the level of service being delivered to residents in the city. She added that the Constabulary could not be arresting and charging business owners when the municipality was the one to be blamed for the ‘slack-up’.Town Clerk Royston KingShe further explained that many of the business owners were frequenting her office as well as her telephone to make complaints about the failure of the garbage companies to pick their garbage and the subsequent charges.“I called the Solid Waste Director and the Town Clerk (informing them that) on many occasions that the trucks as they pass through they collect one drum, if you have three drums, they collect one drum and then tell you that you have to pay for the other two, which is unacceptable. They are only intended to do one pick-up per day through the streets of Georgetown. Town Clerk, that is unacceptable (that they only collect some of the garbage) and you have to call in these contractors and let them know their role,” she said.On September 1, the M&CC implemented fees for commercial waste collection. Small business operators are required to pay a $5000 per month fee while medium businesses will contend with $8000 per month. Large business operators across Georgetown are required to pay the most significant figure of $12,000 per month for their waste collection.Solid Waste Director Walter Narine had told the Council that while the originally approved fees for commercial garbage collection were $5000, $10,000 and $15,000, the latter two were reduced to $8000 and $12,000 after consultations.The M&CC has long been saying that it operates as a cash-strapped body and in many instances, work around the city has had to be halted, since the municipality was unable to pay workers and waste disposal service providers. Councillors heard Monday that salaries could not be paid.Puran Brothers Disposal and Cevons Waste Management withdrew their services on July 30, 2017, as City Hall’s debts had risen to the multimillion-dollar range. According to the companies, the issue of non-payment has been a longstanding one, with many debts going as far back as 2015. Many Councillors at Monday’s statutory meeting commended themselves for keeping the city clean despite the withdrawal. A Councillor, however, noted reports that a truck (registration number provided) was going around and charging some residents $500 to empty their barrels – a service which currently attracts no additional fees for homeowners.It was at a meeting with stakeholders in April 2017 that the Mayor informed the Council was cash-strapped; hence, she requested businesses to pay more for commercial waste disposal. Mayor Chase Green had told the businesses that City Hall could not afford to keep up with the weekly amount of $1.8 million only to clear commercial waste.Town Clerk King has in the past said that even if citizens paid all of their outstanding taxes, the Council would still fall short of enough money to cover everything it has to do. King said the implementation of a new fee was in order because the service of waste disposal was a very expensive one that the Council could not afford at the moment. At that time, Councillor Kuppen had held out that the matter must be carried to a vote.In July 2016, City Hall imposed a $25,000 container fee on container trucks each time they moved items across the city. After an uproar from the Private Sector, City Hall slashed the fee to $5000 as an interim measure after discussions with the M&CC and the Private Sector Commission.last_img read more

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G/town teams aiming to continue dominance

first_imgThree Peat Promotions/Guinness Cage CompetitionIt has been dubbed “The East Coast Best versus The Rest”, and when play in the Three Peat Promotions/Guinness Cage Competition resumes this Saturday with Round of 16 and quarter-final action at the Haslington Market Tarmac, the battle for semi-final berths could present the most excitement seen so far in the tournament.The remaining teams from the East Coast of Demerara will no doubt be urging fans from the respective communities to come out in full support, and represent as they attempt to halt the progress of the visiting teams from Georgetown in their quest to defeat them on home turf.The visitors have been in raging form since the start of competition, and have placed eleven teams in the round of 16. They will be aiming to continue their dominance at the expense of the host.On the other hand, the East Coast have five teams remaining at the same stage, and they are regarded as the best in the east, so they will also fancy their chances of advancing, but will definitely need a massive turnout of supporters to rally around them.Uprising seems to have the larger following,and they will be relying on the anticipated large home crowd to offer vociferous support when they face Plaisance in their Round-of-16 engagement.BV ‘B’ face defending champions Ol Skool Ballers, who have exhibited good form; but with the expected home support, they could find the East Coast unit tough to beat.This encounter should provide riveting action and enough excitement for the fans.Another game that could ignite fireworks is the clash between Sparta Boss and Back Circle.Guyana’s most successful team in the shorter format of the game, Sparta Boss, has looked way below their best in this competition, and many feel that they are a bit tired after making the final stages of almost every tournament this year. They scraped through as one of the best third placed teams.However, big occasions are what they play for and going up against nemesis Back Circle could provide the spark they need to remind everyone that they are the best exponents in the format and certainly the street kings.Back Circle is no pushover either and will want to prove that to their opponents making it an interesting showdown for a quarter-final spot.Tiger Bay and Avacado Ballers matchup is another dream game with a winner proving too difficult to predict.Alexander Village has been the surprise package in the tournament to date, but so too is Broad Street.These two teams have been around for ages, but somehow seem rejuvenated and full of energy and this could be an explosive encounter.The Leopold Street versus Albouystown clash has all the hallmarks of being a blockbuster and once again the choice of picking a winner is no easy task.It is knockout time and all the teams are evenly matched to give the fans a night to remember.The tournament is being organised to forge integration among the participating communities in an effort to create a better understanding among its inhabitants.Among the entities in support of the cause are: Banks DIH under its Guinness and Power Wine brands, Clarks footwear giants Chetsons, E-Networks Inc., KSM Investments, Yhip’s Bakery, Brass Aluminium & Cast Iron Foundry (BACIF), Ray’s Auto Sales, Y.K. Investments, Trophy Stall, Express Shipping, Woodpecker Products, National Sports Commission, ‘C’ Division of the Guyana Police Force, Jai Signs & Auto Designs, Gaming Authority, Julius Variety Store and C & C Prestigious Styles.The fixtures are:Hustlers vs North East La PenitenceBroad Street vs Alexander VillageTiger Bay vs Avacado BallersLeopold Street vs AlbouystownSparta Boss vs Back CircleOl Skool Ballers vs BV ‘B’Blazers vs Vryheid’s LustUprising vs Plaisancelast_img read more

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Dodger roster

first_img2B….. Jeff Kent LF….. Luis Gonzalez C….. Russell Martin 3B….. Wilson Betemit/Andy LaRoche RF….. Andre Ethier CF….. Juan Pierre 1B….. Nomar Garciaparra Projected Opening Day lineup SS….. Rafael Furcal center_img P….. Jason Schmidt 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

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Dutch ponder total flopball after WCup failure

first_imgAfter Tuesday’s match, Dutch captain and long-time workhorse Robben announced his retirement from the national team — marking the end of an era which saw him and other top Dutch players such as Wesley Sneijder, Robin van Persie and Rafael van der Vaart threaten to win the sports’ greatest prizes.Yet almost exactly two years ago to the day, Holland got their first nasty surprise when a 3-2 home defeat against a 10-man Czech Republic saw them fail to qualify for Euro 2016.Tuesday evening the “melancholy atmosphere was complete: the 2018 World Cup in Russia will be without the Netherlands, the number two in 2010 and the number three in 2014”, the authoritative daily De Volkskrant said.– Dying of shame –Netherlands’ players pose for a photo prior to their FIFA 2018 World Cyp qualifier match against Sweden, at the Amsterdam Arena, on October 10, 2017 © AFP / EMMANUEL DUNAND“I am dying of shame because of the Dutch 11,” wrote columnist Hugo Borst in the Algemeen Dagblad daily tabloid, adding the team has “lost its creativity and daring”.“No other team in the universe is playing as wide and backwards as many times as the Dutch,” he said.“Instead, the ball should be going hard, straight and forward, pure and simple. Playing wide and backwards are done by average footballers lacking self-confidence,” said Borst.Marco van der Heide, a former professional player at SC Cambuur and football commentator, agreed.“I think our biggest weakness lies at the tactical level,” he told AFP.“There are extreme differences in how we are doing things here and how it’s done outside the Netherlands,” he said.“For instance, in the Netherlands we continue to defend by covering opposing players, while most other teams including smaller countries now use the principle of zonal defending.“This means covering areas, rather than players, which makes a team less prone to leaving gaps in their defence for the opposition to exploit,” Van der Heide said.– Old habits –The Netherlands’ coach Dick Advocaat reacts following their FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier match against Sweden, at the Amsterdam Arena on October 10, 2017 © AFP / EMMANUEL DUNANDBut old habits die hard, especially if you’re from the country credited for coining the term “total football”.Linked to Dutch legend Johan Cruyff, “total football” is the tactical philosophy where any outfield player can take the role of another player, thus allowing players to roam freely in different positions, so long as the overall formation is maintained.The tactic saw the Dutch reach two World Cup finals in succession in 1974 and 1978.“As Dutch supporters we have been spoilt by our achievements,” said Van der Heide.“For such a small country the Netherlands has been achieving good results for so long that we thought we had all the knowledge.”As many Dutch coaches have left to take up overseas jobs, so Dutch tactics have also become known to other countries which were paying close attention.“Meanwhile, we took too little notice about what was going on (outside the Netherlands), what works,” Van der Heide added.“Our way of playing football became too deeply rooted. What was good a decade ago may not necessarily be any good today.”Dutch media on Wednesday called for a “clean sweep” of Dutch football, to forget about Russia and start preparing to qualify for Euro 2020.“The Oranje must start anew, but with whom? It could still take years,” the NRC daily newspaper said.Referring to Robben’s announcement about retiring, the paper said: “Suddenly things turned very dark as Robben dims the lights on his international career.”Van der Heide added: “It’s clear that we don’t have quality players at the moment.“But you can compensate for that, for instance by defending well.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The Netherlands’ Arjen Robben reacts during their FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier match against Sweden, at the Amsterdam Arena, on October 10, 2017 © AFP / EMMANUEL DUNANDTHE HAGUE, Netherlands, Oct 12 – Dutch football fans are in mourning after the once mighty Oranje failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, plunging the inventors of “total football” into a collective bout of soul-searching.Not even two goals from retiring legend Arjen Robben against Sweden could save the stuttering Dutch football machine, which now has the dubious distinction of failing to make it to two major football competitions in a row.last_img read more

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Newcastle flop forced to wait on Genoa move

first_img Facundo Ferreyra 1 Newcastle United are yet to give Genoa the green light to make a loan move for Facundo Ferreyra, according to reports in Italy.Ferreyra joined Newcastle on a season-long loan in the summer, arriving from Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk.However, the 23-year-old is still yet to make his debut for the Magpies and the club are reportedly ready to pull the plug on his deal.Serie A club Genoa have expressed an interest in Ferreyra but until Newcastle’s loan is cancelled no negotiations can take place.And, according to Il Secolo XIX, Newcastle are yet to give Genoa the green light by ending Ferreyra’s stay in England.Newcastle are still yet to announce a replacement for Alan Pardew and it is thought that they are waiting to give the new boss the final say on Ferreyra’s future.last_img read more

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Mangala confident Man City will see the best of him next season

first_img1 Eliaquim Mangala Eliaquim Mangala is confident he will begin to show his best form for Manchester City next season.Big things were expected from the French defender after he arrived at the Etihad Stadium in a £32million deal from Porto last summer.But he has struggled to adapt to the Premier League and has been part of a disappointing season for City, who have failed to win any silverware.Mangala himself admits it has been a tough transition, but the 24-year-old insists he will be much improved next term.“It was a little bit difficult for me,” Mangala said, assessing the campaign. “I need to adapt to the Premier League.“I know the Premier League better now. I think I am used to playing each kind of game and I am very confident for the other seasons and the next season now.”Mangala’s adaptation has no doubt been hampered by City’s own struggles, with their tame title defence ended by Chelsea on Sunday.However, they can at least look forward to Champions League football next term after a 1-0 win at Tottenham on Sunday all but secured a top-four finish.That was far from certain a few weeks back and now Manuel Pellegrini’s men are aiming to finish second or third, which would see them progress straight to the group stage.“We are happy because we knew yesterday Manchester (United) lost against West Bromwich,” Mangala said.“It was important for us to win this game and the most important thing is three points, so it was a good game for us.“We have three games and now the objective is that we need to finish second or third to go straight to play the Champions League next season.”Mangala knows City would not have been celebrating an eighth win in nine Premier League matches against Tottenham was it not for Sergio Aguero and a man-of-the-match display from Joe Hart.“For me, I enjoy playing with Joe,” he said. “He showed today he is a good goalkeeper. It is important to have a goalkeeper like that behind us.“I think he is a young player, he has a good career ahead of him and we need to respect what he does.“The first goal started with Joe. He recovered the ball and played it quickly to David and finished with Kun, he scored a very great goal.“It was very important for us today – thank you Joe today and thank you Sergio.”The defeat almost certainly extinguishes Spurs’ hopes of Champions League qualification and left defender Eric Dier ruing what could have been.“It was very frustrating,” the England Under-21s international told Spurs TV. “I think we played well for the majority of the game.“Obviously Man City are a good side and had spells when they were better than us, but I think we played well and obviously missed a few chances which is disappointing.“If you don’t take your chances, that’s what happens, especially against big teams like Man City. You’ve got to take your chances and we haven’t done that.”last_img read more

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first_imgFr.Damian McGroarty was relying on some divine intervention from his corner when he stepped into the boxing ring for charity at the weekend.The well-known priest agreed to take part in a charity white collar boxing event to help raise almost €700,000 needed for renovation funds on St.Eunan’s Cathedral in Letterkenny. Fr.McGroarty, who is originally from the Fanad Peninsula, showed he was well able to punch above his weight as he swapped blows with Liam Gordon in a bloody encounter at the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny.  Before getting into the ring the recently-ordained priest admitted he had been putting in the training. He cut out all the junk-food and trained at least twice a week. “I was involved in athletics when I was younger so I liked to keep fit. But the boxing training got me into good shape. “I cut out the junk food a good bit and it was great to get a few tips from some of the lads at the Letterkenny Boxing Club. I really enjoyed it,” he said. He admitted that some people might have raised an eyebrow at a priest steeping into the ‘squared circle’ but said he was delighted it was all for a good cause. “I suppose some people might have raised an eyebrow at a priest getting involved in a boxing match but it’s only a bit of fun and it’s good that some from the church is right at the centre of the fundraising,” he said.Before the bruising encounter, TV3 personality Noel Cunningham, who was the Master of Ceremonies for the night, warned Liam Gordan to watch out for the punching priest. “He’d better be careful the next time he goes to mass and tries to get communion that he doesn’t get an upper-cut instead,” he laughed.After a very enjoyable contest the referee declared the contest a draw. And after his bout, it was back to work as normal as Fr.McGroarty as he donned his clerical collar as he was congratulated by hundreds of well-wishers.Fr.Damian lost 6kgs during his gruelling two month training regime combined with his healthy-eating programme.A capacity crowd of almost 700 people turned up for the Big Fight Night with all proceeds going to the St.Eunan’s Cathedral Restoration Fund.One of those who turned up was St.Eunan’s Administrator Fr.Eamon Kelly who was there to support his colleague Fr.Damian. Former TD and local GP Dr Jim McDaid was also on hand to oversee the boxer’s welfare on the night.He was called into action when local butcher Stephen Shiels came up against Donegal GAA star Ciaran Greene in a no-holds-barred affair which lasted all of 60 seconds.Dr.Jim, who was accompanied by his wife Siobhan and some friends, came to the ring and called a halt to proceedings.The most entertaining fight of the night was the heavyweight clash between local man Malachy Dunleavy and Garda Ian Oates who had the capacity crowd on their feet for the full three rounds. EndsFR.DAMIAN FIGHTS HIS CORNER FOR ST.EUNAN’S HUGELY SUCCESSFUL CHARITY FIGHT NIGHT was last modified: April 4th, 2011 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:boxingFr.Damian McGroartySt.Eunan’s Cathedrallast_img read more



first_imgST EUNAN’S GAA NEWS:The Under 14 Boys Football Team make the headlines once again this week after clinching the All County Div.1 League title on Sunday.The boys turned in a fantastic team performance to overcome Urris on a scoreline of 8-17 to 4-03.  Well done to Joe, John, Pauric and all the players on securing their third title of the season.Well done to our two Under 16 players who played for the Ulster Academy teams last week.  Aaron Deeney lined out for the Footballers in a challenge against Dublin while Ryan Hilferty hurled against Galway.  A great achievement by both players. The Senior Hurlers are away to Buncrana in the Championship this Saturday, throwing in at 7.30pm.The Senior Footballers drew with Four Masters at the weekend 1-11 to 3-05 with Lee McMonagle getting the goal from the penalty spot.The Junior Footballers are home to Glenswilly in Div. 5 this Saturday at 7pm.Hard luck to our Senior Ladies who were defeated by Termon in the County Semi Final on Sunday past. Well done to the Minor Boys Football team who defeated Glenswilly in the Northern Championship on Monday evening, winning by 4-14 to 2-04.The U-16 Footballers are away to Letterkenny Gaels next Monday in the Championship at 7.30pm.  The Dev. team host Naomh Colmcille, also at 7.30pm.The U-16 hurlers had a fine win away at Aodh Ruadh last weekend and are away to Carndonagh this week.The U-14 Boys footballers host Convoy in the Championship this Friday at while the Dev. team are away to Fanad Gaels, both games at 7pm.The U-12 hurlers had a bye last week and are home to Carndonagh this Thursday. U-16 hurling training continues on Tuesdays at 5pm and U-12 training is also on Tuesdays, at 5.30pm.  New hurlers always welcome to come along and try out the world’s fastest outdoor game.Hard luck to our representatives on the Donegal Senior Football and Under 21 Hurling teams who both suffered Championship defeats over the weekend.Please note theHurling Academy is currently on a break and will re-commence on Friday, August 21st.The Century Cinemas Football Academy is on Sundays at 11am.  New members are always welcome to both academies.  For more information, please contact Ciaran Maguire, 087 4133372, Eugene Duffy, 086 8430240 or Eunan O’Donnell 087 6775637. The Clubhouse at O’Donnell Park is now available to book for parties, functions, etc.  Contact Niall on 086-3062893 for further information/bookings.Northern Board football fixtures/results are available via the links on the Club website homepage.  Any amendments to fixtures etc. will be noted on the club Facebook Page as soon as confirmation is received.Anyone wishing to include an item in the club notes can email pro.steunans.donegal@gaa.ie before 9pm on Monday evenings.This week’s winning lotto numbers are 1,17,23,24There were 3 x match 3 numbers, each getting €35Barry Meehan, Glendale ManorCaoimhe Wherity, ConwalAbove direct debit.Eugene McKeever, Woodpark.Above sold by Mr Lotto – Adrian ShieldsNext week’s jackpot is €1525.GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S WIN U14 DIVISION ONE LEAGUE TITLE AFTER SUPERB PERFORMANCE OVER URRIS was last modified: August 11th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Sportlast_img read more