Girona is again that team that scares and that many give him as a clear candidate for promotion to Primera. What feeling is in the locker room?The dynamics are very positive and I think that Girona now guarantees that each match will compete as the category demands.They have added 11 points of the last 15 and it is seen that the team has more confidence than before. What has changed?In terms of attitude, from day one, no one can recriminate anything to the team, but it is true that we now compete better and make more intense pressure. We feel powerful. Girona is better and we believe it. We are prepared to face the final leg of the course with all the enthusiasm to climb.What options do you think they have to ascend?The last weeks invite optimism, but you have to have humility and patience. We have to continue with the good dynamics until the end because there have been sections of the season in which things have not done well and there is no margin for error. What do you think will be your biggest rivals to achieve the goal?Each week this category gives you soccer lessons and making predictions is a sure defeat. But the teams that are now up I see them very powerful.Do you think the pressure has been able to take its toll at some point during the season?I think it has affected us to generate unreal expectations. To think that the objective would be achieved without sweating or placid way. We disrespect the competition and none knew how to stop the euphoria there was.You could leave Girona in summer and in the last winter market. Why did you reject all offers?I am not a passing player. My link with Girona is very important and I have the feeling that when I leave, this club should be in First. Later, it is true that at Christmas I received offers, but they did not approach the clause I had to leave and it was disrespectful to force any situation. Do you think you are at your best moment of the season?Yes, but because of my profile, if Girona is good, I am too. In addition, with Gumbau we understand each other in the field and it shows.In Montilivi, the fans whistled. Have you overcome it?It hurt me a lot. I think he deserved respect and not be so pointed or harshly criticized. Now I see it as a life experience and all the sweet moments I’ve lived here beat these.The fans seem to be with the team again. Will it be key in the final stretch?We have left pessimism behind and now there is euphoria. We have to give them hope. With them everything is easier.The third edition of its Campus in Soccerland Catalunya is underwayÀlex Granell presented last Wednesday afternoon in Girona the third edition of its Soccer Campus that will be held from June 28 to July 4 this year at the Soccerland Catalunya facilities in Tordera (Finca Can L’Orench, Ctra. de Blanes a Tordera, Km 2.5 08490 Tordera). This is a project that is already consolidated and Granell’s desire and enthusiasm is that his Campus continues to have a great reception among young people in order to transmit his illusion for football. The rojiblanco captain, in addition, as has already happened in the first two editions, He will live with the children most of the days of his stay and teach them to live the sport and life with “passion, effort and dedication”. A wide variety of activities will be carried out on the Campus, apart from football, such as relationship with the natural environment, orientation races, archery and association games. It is aimed at young people from six to 15 years old and there are 80 places with full board. The price is 540 euros (fractional payment of 50 percent before May 3 and the remaining 50 percent before June 20).
Dear Editor,In Region 5, the name Abel Seetaram is apparently synonymous with disorderly behaviour. He allegedly is a known trouble-maker who avoids prosecution because of his reputedly close friendship with Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan and Corporal Rockel Mars, Court Prosecutor attached to the Fort Wellington Magistrate’s Court.Although there is no evidence of the minister’s direct involvement, the same apparently cannot be said of Police Court Prosecutor Cpl Rockel Mars.On Saturday, June 3, 2017, the APNU+AFC Region 5 RDC Councillor Abel Seetaram was taken to the Fort Wellington Police Station on charges made against him by his neighbour, Mrs. Meenawati Jainauth, for alleged threatening behaviour and indecent exposure. Abel Seetaram allegedly got home drunk the night before, and reportedly launched a verbal assault on his neighbour, accusing her of snitching on him. He allegedly dropped his pants and exposed himself to his neighbour and her 16-year old daughter, and allegedly threatened to have them raped. Seetaram was arrested and placed on $15,000 bail. Although both Mrs. Jainauth and her young daughter gave evidence to the Fort Wellington Police to this effect, when the case was called on July 12, 2017, it was discovered that Abel Seetaram was never charged with the more serious offences of Indecent Exposure and Endangering the Welfare of a Minor. Guess who the Police Court Prosecutor was, Cpl Rockel Mars. On March 23, 2017, Guyana Times reported, “APNU/AFC officials implicated in multimillion-dollar fraud”. It is alleged that Carol Joseph, while serving as a member of the MARDS Board of Directors, fraudulently wrote cheques totalling over $6 million. She was implicated along with Abel Seetaram for allegedly taking $2,108,000 to repair a Government- owned SUV and a fence he had crashed into at Bath, West Coast Berbice on May 8, 2016 while driving drunk.He was then charged with driving in a dangerous manner; being an unlicensed driver; and breach of insurance. The money he allegedly had misappropriated was used to repair the MARDS vehicle and the businessman’s fence, which were both badly damaged.Interestingly, the money that Seetaram claimed it cost to repair the vehicle exceeds the original value of that very vehicle when it was imported duty free. Following the crash, Abel Seetaram was fired as the Region 5 Special Representative to the Prime Minister by none other than the Hon Moses Nagamootoo. To date, this money has not been accounted for in any way, and neither Seetaram nor Carol Joseph has been prosecuted for fraud and misconduct in public office contrary to the common law. Then on January 21, 2018, Abel Seetaram’s son was involved in a physical altercation with Avikar Rabindranauth, whose father and Abel Seetaram are first cousins. Avikar’s father — Natheram Rabindranauth, commonly known as “Diamond” — was returning home after plying his plantain chips trade when he saw the two boys fighting. He stopped and allegedly told his son to go home. Abel Seetaram allegedly emerged from a nearby rum-shop, picked up a piece of wood, and lashed his cousin across the face, breaking his nose and fracturing his jaw. Diamond spent two days at the New Amsterdam Hospital while Seetaram was released on $100,000 bail.During the trial before Her Worship Magistrate Rondel Weaver at the Ft. Wellington Magistrate’s Court, Court Prosecutor Cpl. Rockel Mars failed to produce Natheram Rabindranauth’s (Diamond’s) X-rays and medical records in court. She also failed to cross-examine a Police witness who testified under oath that Diamond had told her Abel Seetaram had cuffed him several times, when in fact Diamond told me he had never seen her before that day in court. The illegal entry she is believed to have made in the Occurrence Book was admitted as evidence, and is an attempt to have the court dismiss the more serious charges of Assault with Intent and Felonious Wounding for which Seetaram is charged.Court Prosecutor Cpl. Rockel Mars also failed to give the court and Seetaram’s defence lawyers each a copy of Seetaram’s Police statement, which in effect prevented the newly appointed court prosecutor from cross-examining Abel Seetaram and pointing out inconsistencies in the statement he had given in the witness box against the written statement he had signed on the day he was arrested. A late application to get that statement admitted as evidence was denied by Her Worship Magistrate Rondel Weaver, who said she would not allow the prosecutor to “ambush the defence.” It is evident that the Fort Wellington Police Prosecutor is dancing to the tune of Abel Seetaram in an apparent effort to pressure Natheram Rabindranauth (Diamond) to drop the case against the Region 5 Bad Boy. This will not happen. For despite efforts by Cpl Rockel Mars to suppress evidence that would finally convict Abel Seetaram and make him accountable for his reckless behaviour, I am confident that Her Worship Magistrate Rondel Weaver will impose a sentence that is just and fair, and send a strong message to Abel Seetaram and other public officials that they are accountable for their actions in upholding the Laws of Guyana.I again call upon AFC Leader the Hon. Rafael Trotman and Minister Ronald Bulkan to condemn the continued despicable behaviour of this Region 5 APNU+AFC Regional Councillor, who behaves like he’s above the law, and to do what the Honourable Prime Minister has already done — cut him loose!HARRY GILLPPP/C Member ofParliament
Mourinho is yet to receive confirmation on the nature and severity of the injury, but believes Pogba could be out of contention for a few weeks.“I don’t know (what the severity is),” Mourinho told MUTV. “I just know from experience it’s a muscular injury.“In my experience, muscular injury stops you from playing for a few weeks, I think. It looks for me too (like a hamstring injury) but I haven’t spoken yet to the medical department.“Squads are for this, squads are for injuries, squads are for suspensions. We don’t cry with injuries. So if no Paul for Sunday, we have (Ander) Herrera, we have (Michael) Carrick, we have Fellaini and we have (Nemanja) Matic.”Image:0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United’s Paul Pogba sits injured during their UEFA Champions League Group A match against Basel, at Old Trafford in Manchester, on September 12, 2017MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Sep 13 – Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that star midfielder Paul Pogba could be sidelined for weeks with a muscular injury.The France international lasted only 18 minutes on Tuesday night, in the 3-0 win over Basel in the Champions League group stage, before limping off with what appeared to be a hamstring injury.
0Shares0000Juventus’ Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon (3L) argues with British referee Michael Oliver during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final against Real Madrid in Madrid on April 11, 2018 © AFP/File / JAVIER SORIANOMILAN, Italy, Apr 13 – Massimiliano Allegri warned that Juventus will unleash fury in their quest for a seventh straight Serie A title after another shattered Champions League dream.“We start again with our heads high, even very high,” said coach Allegri after the bitter disappointment of winning 3-1 on the night at Real Madrid only to lose their quarter-final 4-3 on aggregate, after Cristiano Ronaldo’s 97th-minute penalty. “There’s no use crying about it. We’re disappointed but we need to get that out of our system because we’re back in league action on Sunday“Now we have to be furious in Italy, to bring home the seventh Scudetto and the fourth Italian Cup in a row.”The Italian champions returned to Turin from Spain on Thursday after the nightmare of referee Michael Oliver waving a red card in captain Gianluigi Buffon’s face after he angrily protested a penalty awarded in the final minute.It produced yet another night of Champions League disappointment for the Turin giants who have had many with five consecutive European final defeats between 1997 and last year’s to Real Madrid in Cardiff.But this one could be the bitterest with the club facing UEFA disciplinary action for Buffon’s rant against the English referee who he said had “a rubbish bin” instead of a heart, and Juventus president Andrea Agnelli who demanded the removal of UEFA chief refereeing officer Pierluigi Collina.“Now we need to turn this rage and disappointment into positivity for this month and a half that remains, where we still have Scudetto and Italian Cup to win,” said defender Giorgio Chiellini.The first to deal with this Juventus fury will be Sampdoria on Sunday, a team sitting eighth, four points off the Europa League places, who inflicted one of just two defeats on the champions this season back in November.“It will be tough against the strongest team in Italy, after Madrid they will still be angry,” said Sampdoria goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano.“Juventus are injured, they are champions who have won six years in a row, they will want to bring everything home.”Juventus have 81 points from 31 games — a four-point lead on second-placed Napoli who face AC Milan on Sunday.Napoli beat Milan earlier this season before Gennaro Gattuso took over from Vincenzo Montella, with the club now sixth, eight points off their Champions League ambitions with just seven games to play.– Roman derby –Lazio and AS Roma — both on 60 points — go head to head in the Stadio Olimpico after a week of contrasting European fortunes.Lazio crashed out of the Europa League after losing 4-1 to Salzburg in Austria on Thursday night despite winning 4-2 in Rome last week.Roma are riding high after a crazy night at the Stadio Olimpico saw them beat Barcelona 3-0 to reach the Champions League semi-finals, thanks to Edin Dzeko’s away goal.“There’s a big chance with the derby on Sunday, we have to recover physical and psychological energy,” said Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi “There are seven rounds to go and we’ll do everything to earn a very important position.”Inter Milan — who have dropped out of the Champions League places into fifth after last week’s loss to Torino — travel to Atalanta desperately in need of a win to keep their elite European ambitions alive.Saturday Cagliari v Udinese (4pm), Chievo v Torino, Genoa v Crotone (7pm); Atalanta v Inter Milan (9:45pm)SundayFiorentina v SPAL (1:30pm), Bologna v Verona, AC Milan v Napoli, Sassuolo v Benevento (all 4pm); Juventus v Sampdoria (7pm), Lazio v AS Roma (9:45pm)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
FILLMORE – They wiggle and splash, thousands to a trough, united by a single thought – feed me. “They’re hungry,” said Ed Toves, assistant manager at the Fillmore Fish Hatchery, as he surveyed an outdoor rainbow trout pond on a recent morning. The fish react with each approaching footstep, stirring ripples along the surface of their 100-foot rearing pond. “The fish are always hungry. All they do is eat and grow.” Toves is part of a crew of eight state Department of Fish and Game staffers at the 64-year-old hatchery along the Santa Clara River a mile east of Fillmore charged with raising more than 1 million trout a year for anglers throughout Southern California. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThough not exactly sport fishing in the wild, the hatcheries satisfy the public’s demand for fishing without overtaxing California’s natural waters, as state officials intended. When the fish are about a year old – about 10 inches in length – they’re released into the lakes and streams between Kern and Orange counties. Last week, some 3,600 rejoined nature at Castaic Lake – they’ll either survive to spawn as their parents had, or be a meal for the ospreys, bass or fishers. “It’s straightly professional,” Toves said. “There are a little too many to name.” While the trout are nurtured in Fillmore, they were spawned some 200 to 300 miles away in either the Mount Whitney or Hot Creek hatcheries in the eastern High Sierra. Trays of 350,000 translucent orange trout eggs, each about the size of a cultivated pearl, arrive four times a year by truck and head straight for the incubator. They’ll sit there for about two weeks – most will hatch into sac fries, named for the nutrient sacs hanging from their bellies that serve as their prime food source – until they’re ready for the rearing ponds outside. “That’s what they’re all living on right now,” said Toves. “As soon as they absorb the sac, we’ll release them.” Just outside the incubator shed are two rows of concrete ponds – some 4,000 feet total – where the trout will spend the next year eating and growing in 59-degree water pumped out of four on-site wells. They sit under a protective cage of bird netting. On the other side, egrets and herons gathered around a drainage culvert – they know a good meal when they see one. A truck rolls past the ponds three to 10 times a day, spitting out meal. The pond bubbles in hunger as the mix of vitamin-enriched animal and vegetable matter hits the water. The fish grow about an inch a month on the 1,500 pounds of food the hatchery scatters each day, Toves said. “It’s just like taking care of a baby,” he said. “You try to ensure their health and well being, and to make sure we have a good product for the public.” Besides feeding, Toves and his crew have to keep an eye out for diseases such as gill bacteria and scale mold. “The fish need constant attention,” he said. “We’re here for the angling public. A happy fisherman is what we’re striving for.” Come stocking time, grown trout are poured into a truck-mounted tank for transfer to area reservoirs. Last week, about 3,600 graduated, and fish and wildlife technician Stephan DeLongfield was ready to offer them a lift to Castaic Lake. He checked both the tank’s and the lake’s temperatures. If it’s too low or too high, the fish might end up in shock. The hatchery doesn’t stock fish in the summer. “They get really lethargic in the heat,” he said. “But 74 degrees is the cutoff.” The tank was 57 degrees, and the lake 60 degrees – just right, and DeLongfield uncovered the pipe on the side of the tank. Hundreds of trout hurled into the shallow edge of the lake, though some took a bit of pole-prodding before making for deeper waters. It’s a hard life for trout in the wild – they’re prey to other fish and birds. In fact, moments after their release, an osprey swooped down and snatched one out of the lake. “He’ll take it back to his nest,” DeLongfield said. “Not all of them will get eaten right away. But a good number will feed the bass in here.” And there are fishermen, such as Parker Wright. The 15-year-old from Laguna Niguel was bass fishing lakeside when he chanced upon the stocking – he had a bite within seconds. “It’s a feisty one,” he said, reeling one in. He unhooked it and set it free. “I don’t call it fishing at this point,” DeLongfield said. “I call it catching.” Wright said he has been fishing for six years, and counts a 50-pound albacore caught in the oceans of Mexico among his prizes. “I want to become a professional some day,” he said. “It takes technique and patience.” Still, a few lucky ones might survive the year, DeLongfield said. “The big trouts – we call them holdovers – they might last a couple years,” he said. “They’ll come back and live to spawn another day.” firstname.lastname@example.org (661)257-5253160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Weekly NotesThe seniors and reserves had no fixtures this weekend. Check website and Facebook page for training and match updates for this week and weekend.The u16s lost out in their away league fixtures at Glenswilly and MacCumhaills. The u18s were beaten by MacCumhaills in the championship last Wednesday on a scoreline of 1-8 to 3-11.The Lucozade Sport Club Crusade promotion is on again this year. Collection bag is now in the clubhouse. Please collect the bottle tops for the club. This year we can collect for balls, equipment, jerseys etc. Thanks.Training and Match ScheduleThe use of mouthguards for all underage players will be compulsory from this year onwards, and for all ages (including seniors) from next year. More details available at http://www.gaa.ie/mouthguards/; and on the club website. Information here is correct at the time of compilation of the weekly notes. Check the Training Schedule section on the club website for latest updates on training for all age groups. The page will be updated regularly throughout the week. Updates also on the club’s Facebook page.Subscription of €2 per player (up to and including minors) per week for training. Please make sure you bring your full kit (shorts, track bottoms, boots, sports top/hoodie/coat, drink). Remember a mouth guard is needed for training sessions as well as matches. New players most welcome for all teams. Come along to the session scheduled below, or contact the team coach/manager (contact details on the training schedule section of the club website) for details.U8. Training/blitz details to follow later this week.U10. Training/blitz details to follow later this week.U13. Training will start in August (date tbc). First match on Saturday 7th September. U14. Training – check Facebook / website for updatesU16. See Facebook page and website for updates during the week.Minors. See Facebook page and website for training updates during the week.Seniors / Reserves. Training on Thursday (1st) at 7 pm sharp. The session will run for 1.5 hours. See Facebook and website during the week for updates. Naomh Colmcille Weekly LottoThis week’s numbers and winners will be included in next week’s notes.The Club would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support of the Lotto as it gives the club the essential means of continuing to give our local kids and adults the chance to avail of a great and healthy pastime.GAA NEWS: NAOMH COLMCILLE CLUB NOTES was last modified: July 30th, 2013 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:GAA NEWS: NAOMH COLMCILLE CLUB NOTES
EXCLUSIVE: “I WOULD LOVE TO REPRESENT IRELAND AT OLYMPICS – I’LL GIVE IT SERIOUS CONSIDERATION” – QUIGLEY
Jason Quigley says he would to represent Ireland at the Olympics if it’s possible.EXCLUSIVE: Donegal boxing sensation Jason Quigley has exclusively revealed to Donegal Daily that he would be interested in representing Ireland at the forthcoming Olympic Games – should the opportunity present itself. A proposal allowing professional fighters to compete at the Olympic Games has been tabled, and has sparked huge debate in the boxing industry over the last 48 hours.Quigley only learned of the controversial developments yesterday via Twitter, and said that it’s always been a dream of his to become an Olympic champion, and that he’d love to represent Ireland at the Olympics if it’s possible. In an exclusive interview to Donegal Daily, Quigley said, “It’s always been a dream of mine to be an Olympic Champion, as well as being a Professional World Champion, so if I got a second chance at it, it’s something I’d seriously consider.“Obviously it’s early days as to whether or not professionals can compete at the Olympics, but if it does get the green light, then I would be really, really interested.“Being an Olympic Champion has always been a dream of mine, but when the opportunity to turn professional with Golden Boy Promotions presented itself, it was too good to turn down.“When I found out yesterday through Twitter, that they may allow professionals to compete at the Olympics, it got me excited, as I said it’s always been a dream for me to represent Ireland at the Olympics, and if I could do that then it would be unreal.” Quigley has made a sensational start to life as a professional boxer under the fabled Golden Boy Promotions stable, and has won all eleven of his professional contests.He’s quickly making a name for himself stateside, but the Irish public would love nothing more than to see Quigley fight for Ireland in Brazil.However, there are plenty of obstacles before than could happen, and Quigley would have to get the go ahead from his employers to compete at the Olympics.Quigley who jets back out to the USA tomorrow, said he won’t be rushed into a decision, and will make a decison over the next week or so as to what he’ll do.“As I’ve said, I’d love to it, if it’s possible, but even if it is possible, I’ve got to get the go ahead from my employers, so there’s plenty to weigh up, but I’ll not rush into anything, and I’ll think about it over the next week or so.” Quigley reckons professionals would be at a disadvantage if he where to be allowed to compete in Rio in September.“It would be massively difficult, the advantage I’d have is that I’m not too long out of the amateur game, but if you were a professional for a long time, then it would be hugely difficult.“There are vast differences, and preparing for 3 rounds at 3 minutes is difficult when you’ve been in the pro game, and also you bulk up in the pro game and then scale down, while at amateur level it’s the opposite, so professionals would be at a disadvantage.“However, I would love to fight for Ireland at the Olympics, and if it’s possible then we’ll see, it’s always been a dream of mine.” EXCLUSIVE: “I WOULD LOVE TO REPRESENT IRELAND AT OLYMPICS – I’LL GIVE IT SERIOUS CONSIDERATION” – QUIGLEY was last modified: June 3rd, 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:boxingDreamGoldHome-page NewsJason QuigleyOlympicRioSport
2 2 Sterling recently said he is confident goals will come in an England shirt Former England midfielder Ray Parlour has admitted Raheem Sterling’s form in a Three Lions shirt is ‘baffling’, considering how many goals he scores for Manchester City. The 23-year-old is prolific for the Premier League champions – he netted 23 times last season and has four goals in ten appearances for the Blues this season.But in an England shirt, it’s a different story.Sterling has been an England international since 2012, but in almost six years he has scored just twice in international football – last finding the net for the Three Lions in 2015.The City forward’s form for his country came under scrutiny during the summer’s World Cup, where he again failed to score despite a host of decent chances throughout the tournament.England next play Spain in the Nations League on Monday evening, and Sterling has said he is confident of breaking his long drought. But his lack of goals for the Three Lions has stumped talkSPORT’s Ray Parlour.He said on Monday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: “It is quite baffling to see, given how many goals he scores to Man City.“I know he’s playing with different players, like David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne, who are really going to create a lot of chances for you.“But he does seem to score some brilliant goals for City.“Everybody is waiting for him to do it for England now.” Sterling can’t stop scoring for Man City, but can’t find the net in an England shirt
Letterkenny General Hospital – open on TuesdayLetterkenny Hospital will be open for business as usual on Tuesday, the HSE says.Emergency Department and other services such as maternity, renal dialysis, oncology day care, day surgery and endoscopy will continue as normal despite a junior doctors strike. “Some of the outpatient services will be affected,” said the HSE in a statement. “However, patients are being advised to turn up to their appointments unless they received a phone call from the hospital advising them that their appointment has been postponed. If patients have concerns that they may have missed a call from the hospital, they may contact the hospital helpline on 074 91 04429.”Sean Murphy, General Manager told Donegal Daily: “Our advice to patients is very simple. If you have an appointment, turn up. If it was necessary to postpone your appointment, you will have received a phone call from us. If you are concerned that you may have missed a call from us, you can contact our helpline number on 074 9104429.“We are trying to minimise the disruption to our patients tomorrow but we accept that there will be delays and we apologise for any inconvenience in advance. All postponed appointments will be rescheduled as soon as possible. LETTERKENNY HOSPITAL TO OPERATE ‘NORMALLY’ DESPITE JUNIOR DOCTORS STRIKE was last modified: October 7th, 2013 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:LETTERKENNY HOSPITAL TO OPERATE ‘NORMALLY’ DESPITE JUNIOR DOCTORS STRIKE
First year prize winners at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last with seated from left Nicola McBride, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Fiona Temple Principal, Eileen McGettigan, Caoimhe Beagley, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal. Photo Clive Wasson.Third year students who received awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last with seated from left Odelle Callaghan, Nicola McBride, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Fiona Temple,Principal, Eileen McGettigan, Caoimhe Beagley, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal and Declan Doherty. Photo Clive Wasson.Second year students who received Attendance Awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last wit seated from left Fiona Temple Principal, Karen Patton, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, Peadar Sullivan and Frank Boyce. Photo Clive Wasson.TRansition year students who received awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last Seated from left are Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple Principal, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee and Scatha Farrell, BOM. Back row Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal and Aisling McAteer. Photo Clive Wasson.Fifth year studens who recieved awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last with seated from left Brendan Meladey, Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple,Principal, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, Susan McKelvey and Breda McGettigan. Photo Clive Wasson.Orla McGonigle, Best Junior Cert at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Photo Clive Wasson.Sixth Year Award winners at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last Anne Marie Doherty, Gillian Marley, Martin Davis, Parmerica, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple,Principal, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee, Scatha Farrell, BOM, and Catherine Crawford. Back row Year Head, Dympna English and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal. Photo Clive Wasson.Winners of the Student of the year awards at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Seated from left are Scatha Farrell, Board of Management, Ian McGarvey, Donegal Mayor, Fiona Temple, Principal, Gillian Marley, Student of the Year 6th Year, Jason Black, guest Speaker, Tony McCarry, Parents Committtee and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal. Back from left are Ben Harkin, Dylan McBride, Rosa Barrett, Chloe Bradley, Erin Mallon, Aine Greene, Aoife Sweeney and Zoe Greene. Photo Clive Wasson.Gillian Marley, Student of the Year 2014 with Fiona Temple Principal and Bernie Marley at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Photo Clive Wasson.Fiona Temple, Principal, Roisin Boyce, Best Leaving Cert, Orla McGonigle, Best Junior Cert and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal at the Mulroy College prize giving on Thursday night last. Photo Clive Wasson.MULROY COLLEGE, MILFORD PRIZEGIVING PICTURE SPECIAL was last modified: May 19th, 2014 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:donegalMilfordMulroy Collegeprizegiving