Taylor praises ‘go-to’ bowler Fletcher for ODI win over England

first_img BATTING FIRST “I was actually looking at something over 200 runs, given that we were batting first, and it was a good pitch to actually bat on,” said Taylor. “I don’t think the batters applied themselves and I hope we go back to the drawing board and come good for the other game.” The result meant that the home team has drawn level 1-1 in the series of five matches, the last three of which will count towards the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s Championship. The Windies Women are currently second in the ICC WC standings on 20 points – 10 behind current ODI World champions Australia Women – and one ahead of England Women. The teams now relocate to Kingston for the final three matches of the series, starting on Friday at Sabina Park. “We want to win all the games … that’s the aim … that’s what we are working towards. We and England are pretty much close, we know it’s not going to be easy. It’s a challenging one, but I definitely think that if we work hard. We will definitely get some points,” said Taylor. “I think we need our two components to go out there and fight for it. We definitely have to bat and bat properly, and bowl and bowl good.” FALMOUTH, Trelawny (CMC): West Indies Women’s captain, Stafanie Taylor, has praised spinner Afy Fletcher for triggering the batting slide that allowed the regional side to beat England women by 38 runs in the second one-day international (ODI) on Monday. England Women were cruising on 107 for four in the 37th over in pursuit of 149 for victory at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Complex, when Fletcher and Deandra Dottin shared seven wickets to spark a dramatic batting collapse. Leg-spinner Fletcher started the comeback when she plucked out top-scorer Natalie Sciver for 27 in the 37th over and when she trapped Danielle Wyatt lbw for seven in her next over. “Afy Fletcher actually gave us a chance in the game and overall we did well. Afy has grown a lot,” said Taylor. “Working with Mr Ezra Morsely (assistant coach) she has really developed and she is one of my go-to bowlers. Whenever I am in trouble and I need quick wickets, she is the person I can depend on.” Fast-medium bowler Dottin, named Player of the Match, grabbed 4-19 from 6.4 overs and Fletcher collected 3-20 from 10 overs. Dottin and Fletcher ensured the visitors lost their last seven wickets for 17 runs in the space of 45 balls and sent them tumbling from the promise of 93 for three. Earlier, Taylor hit the top score of 56 from 87 balls and was the glue that held her side’s innings together before they were dismissed for 148 from their allotment of 50 overs, after choosing on a hard, slow pitch.last_img

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January 20, 2020 | by

Earthquake, wind and fire: extreme conditions hit Olympics

first_imgNonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson A volunteers protects himself from the cold weather at the Alpensia resort in Pyeongchang on February 11, 2018, during the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. / AFP PHOTO / Fabrice COFFRINIAn earthquake triggered an alert and high winds disrupted competition at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Sunday, as officials warned of a severe freeze and urged fans to wrap up warm.After a bitterly cold first night of competition, a shallow 4.6-magnitude earthquake jolted the eastern portion of South Korea overnight, prompting warnings on mobile phones.ADVERTISEMENT Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina MOST READ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 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 Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “People are advised to dress warmly and wear hats and gloves to keep themselves warm,” warned Sung.The wind has made life tough so far for competitors, with several athletes complaining of difficult conditions.“The conditions were pretty crazy today just because of the wind,” said Canada’s Max Parrot, after finishing second in the men’s slopestyle snowboarding on Sunday.“Sometimes we have front winds, sometimes we have tailwinds. I think we could all see the difficulty today in the runs.”The men’s ski jumping was particularly unpleasant, as the athletes had to contend with freezing cold at the top of the hill as well as their nerves as the delayed competition dragged on.“It was cold as ice up there,” said Austria’s Michael Hayboeck, who finished 17th, while Poland’s Dawid Kubacki said the wind made the competition “a lottery.”“It was really bad for me, what I can do?” he asked. “It’s something I have no influence on. I need to jump in the conditions when they let me go.”However, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said the ski jumpers were never in danger.“Athlete safety is our number one concern,” said spokesman Mark Adams. “All these venues are organized in very close contact with the federations.“We’re very, very confident the federations and athletes know what they can and can’t do.” Organizers gave assurances that the Games were at no risk from earthquakes, with venues built to withstand even strong tremors. Sunday’s quake was measured at magnitude-4.7 by the US Geological Survey and was about 260 kilometers (160 miles) away.“All the facilities in the Games area are built so they can withstand strong earthquakes over 7.0… so I assure you there was no issue regarding these facilities,” said Sung Baik-you, spokesman for the Games organizers.Of more concern for the sparse crowds at the outdoor events will be the biting cold, which has already made Pyeongchang one of the chilliest Olympics on record — and which is set to dramatically worsen.‘Wear hats and gloves’Temperatures are forecast to plunge to -14 degrees Celsius (6.8 Fahrenheit) on Monday, will feel like a shivering -25C in the strong, mountainside wind.ADVERTISEMENT Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases Blatche ‘super excited’ to rejoin Gilas Early on Sunday, ski officials were forced to postpone the showpiece men’s downhill until Thursday as buffeting winds made the high-speed slope too dangerous for competition.Later, the women’s slopestyle snowboarding also fell victim to the wind, as the qualifying session was scrapped with riders going straight into the final on Monday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkIt comes after the first ski jumping final finished more than an hour behind schedule, past midnight on Saturday, as competitors were held up by swirling winds.As if to complete the set of extreme conditions, an alert warning of a high risk of fire — given the dry, windy weather — also flashed up on mobile phones on Sunday. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak View comments Click here for more weather related news.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIESlast_img

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January 19, 2020 | by

Asia League: Ulsan holds off Chiba to wrap up Terrific 12 campaign

first_imgJapeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil NCAA: San Beda mauls EAC for sixth straight win LATEST STORIES Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewcenter_img Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 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 Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus vs Chiba Jets during The Asia League’s ‘The Terrific 12’ at Studio City Event Center on 20 September 2018, in Macau, Macau. Photo by Win Chung Jacky Tsui / Power Sport Images for Asia LeagueMACAU—Ulsan Hyundai ended its campaign on a high note after taking down Chiba, 77-71, in the group stage of the Asia League The Terrific 12 Thursday at Studio City Events Center here in Macau.The Mobis Phoebus, although eliminated from the competition, will leave the Asia League with a 1-1 record in Group B while the Jets are winless after two outings.ADVERTISEMENT Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Ulsan, which has six titles in the Korean Basketball League, used a strong fourth quarter surge to dispatch the B.League’s Jets.The Mobis Phoebus, after trailing 62-64 at the end of the third, outscored the Jets 15-7 in the final 10 minutes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissRa Gunah, who once went by Ricardo Ratliffe before becoming a naturalized Korean citizen, had 19 points and 14 rebounds for Ulsan Hyundai while Shannon Shorter added 17 points and four assists.Josh Duncan led the Jets with 15 points and 15 rebounds. Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college View commentslast_img

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January 18, 2020 | by

‘Chemical Spills Now Under Control’

first_imgEPA Deputy Executive Director Urias GollSays EPA, stresses that Sayewheh Town now safe for normal activitiesAfter several weeks of investigation into the recent chemical spills in Korkoya District in Bong County leading to 34 persons being injured and the contamination of creeks and other wetlands, the government says the situation has finally been put under control.The Inter-Ministerial Crisis Management Team (CMT) constituted by the government, in a statement recently, said while it is working with stakeholders to find amicable rehabilitation solutions to the damaged TSF (Tailings Storage Facility) it is safe for residents to carry out normal activities, including farming and schooling in the area.It may be recalled that there was a chemical spill when a section of the geo- membrane of the TSF ruptured at the MNG Gold facility on September 27 affecting the victims, who were taken to Phebe Hospital in Suakoko for immediate medical attention.The rupture resulted from an uncontrolled discharge of ‘slurry’ containing a high concentration of cyanide into the Sein Creek and the surrounding environment at MNG Goldmine in Korkoya.An Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) release revealed that much has been done to restore the livelihood of the people of Sayewheh Town.The situation led to the temporary closure of all hand pumps and a ban on farming activities and mining.The statement signed by the EPA communications director, Danise Love Dennis, said it was observed during the CMT’s recent visit to the site that the tailing of slurry had been scooped behind the containment pond and test showed that the free cyanide level at the point of rupture (in the TSF) is currently below the permissible limit while the free cyanide level at the Containment Pond remained below the permissible limit.“There was no detectable free cyanide in samples collected from all six hand pumps, indicating no groundwater contamination while free cyanide concentration within the Sein Creek remains at zero,” the EPA said.The CMT which investigated the chemical spill that affected 34 persons at the MNG Gold Mines in Korkoya, is making efforts not just to unveil what might have gone wrong, but also institute stringent measures that would ensure that such an unfortunate incident does not happen again.“As we await the final results from three community members who have been taken to JFK memorial hospital for further medical examination, it has been noticed that doctors at Phebe Hospital and MNG clinic found no direct correlation of cyanide to the illnesses reported. Once the medical reports from JFK are received, the public will be informed,” the release said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img

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January 14, 2020 | by

Kidnapped Tuschen child found with father’s relatives

first_img…taken into State’s custodyEight-year-old Anellie Hoyte, who over a week ago was reportedly abducted from the Tuschen Primary School, East Bank Essequibo, has been found in the care of her father’s great-aunt at North East La Penitence, Georgetown, according to her mother, Alisha Marcus.Alisha Marcus said she found her daughter on Monday at the elderly woman’s home, and Anellie has since been taken into state custody. She explained that the elderly woman related she was unaware that it was reported that Annelie Hoyte had been kidnapped, and decided to take the child into her care since she claimed that she was seen wandering the streets of Georgetown.Anellie HoyteAlisha Marcus said Annelie Hoyte told her that a male had taken her to the Vreed-en-Hoop junction in a dark coloured car, and had left her there. The minor then boarded a route 32 minibus, travelled to Georgetown, and was seen by friends of relatives, who took her to the North East La Penitence area.Marcus, however, noted that Annelie’s story is not adding up, hence she is still in state custody as an investigation has been launched.The child was allegedly abducted at about 09:00h on Wednesday last, reportedly as she was about to enter the school’s compound. She was grabbed from behind by a male, and was placed in a parked, dark coloured car, which then sped away.Students milling outside of the school witnessed the incident and quickly reported what transpired to a teacher, who then made contact with the child’s mother, and the matter was reported at the Leonora Police Station.Marcus related that her husband died just over two months ago, and she is alleging that his mother, who resides overseas, has since been attempting to take her daughter from her. In attempting to so do, this woman had allegedly made contact with the Welfare Office in Guyana, where she had accused Marcus of being an unfit mother. A group of welfare officers had carried out an investigation and had found this allegation untrue.last_img

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January 12, 2020 | by

San Clemente draws a line on Muir hopes

first_imgThe Tritons, winners of four consecutive CIF titles from 2001-2004, sank 25 of 32 free-throw attempts. Muir, on the other hand, went to the line just five times and made four in a game it never led. SAN CLEMENTE – Muir High School’s girls basketball team had its journey toward a CIF-Southern Section championship derailed by a team that’s no stranger to winning. Sixth-seeded San Clemente used its size advantage to get to the free-throw line early and often en route to a 56-46 victory over the No. 3-seeded Mustangs in a Division I-A game Saturday at San Clemente. Franz scored 19 points, thanks to 12-of-13 shooting from the free-throw line, and Wertz had 16. Eliza Pierre and Kalen Cooper each had 10 points for Muir. Morris, the team’s leading scorer, managed eight points, three assists and four steals. The Mustangs’ comeback was slowed by foul trouble in the third quarter. Brittany Henderson was assessed her fourth personal foul midway through the third quarter to put added pressure on the Mustangs. She scored six points and grabbed six rebounds. Muir still managed to cut San Clemente’s lead to 38-36 heading into the final quarter. The Mustangs pulled within two again at 42-40 on a driving layup by Pierre with 5:36 to go in regulation. San Clemente used an 11-2 run, capped by Wertz’s 3-pointer, to take command for good. scott.galetti@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4456 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img “There were a lot of fouls called and they made their free throws, but we were still in the game,” Muir coach Gary Johnson said. “Even though we were playing bad and missing layups, we were still in the game, so the refs really didn’t take us out too bad.” Added Muir senior guard Darxia Morris: “Frustration got us out of our game.” Andrea Wertz’s 3-pointer with 1:03 to play gave the Tritons a 53-42 lead and staved off Muir’s comeback bid to sink the Mustangs for good. The Mustangs (26-2) had trouble contending with the tandem of 6-foot-3 Jacqui Marshall and 6-2 Kristen Riley, who patrolled the lane all night for the Tritons (24-5). Riley collected 12 points and 12 rebounds, and Marshall had nine points and seven rebounds. That opened up the outside for guards Amanda Franz and Andrea Wertz. last_img

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January 11, 2020 | by

How West Won

first_imgThat was a senior-oriented team with running back Baucham and quarterback Oslund the key players. This year, it’s their turn to win, albeit with a younger team, but with expectations higher than in the past. “We’re trying to build a program,” Oslund said. “We want to show that we were not a one-year wonder.” That quest begins with Baucham, the 2006 Daily Breeze Player of the Year. He returns as the Bay League’s most explosive offensive threat. Last season, he rushed for 1,990 yards and scored 22 touchdowns on 265 carries. As a strong safety, Baucham made 52 tackles and had four interceptions. He scored two touchdowns on defense and added two more on special teams. By John Klima STAFF WRITER When Brian Baucham and Marc Oslund began last season as juniors, they realized that West Torrance was talented and had an opportunity to achieve more than the program had been able to accomplish in recent years. It took three weeks last season for West to establish itself, rolling out point totals of 60, 45, and 50 in the first three weeks of the season, while the defense allowed just 12 total points. “We’re trying to win this year, but also trying to help the coaches build for next year,” Baucham said. “We can win while we build as long as we stay healthy.” Oslund agreed with that assessment. “I don’t see us struggling if we play to our full potential,” Oslund said. “If we play the way we can, we’ll be fine. I honestly believe that.” Oslund matured last season in his first year as the starter, throwing for more than 1,300 yards and 11 touchdowns with four interceptions. At 6-foot-5, he has the height to read defenses, and said he has made progress in that aspect. He has arm strength, and his accuracy improved as the season went on last year. Coach Greg Holt was pleased with the way Oslund matured into a leader last season. He expects him to continue that development. “I love the role,” Oslund said. “Last year was a great experience for me and a lot of guys who didn’t have a lot of winning teams come before us. Now we’re defending a Bay League title. That’s an exciting position to be in.” Oslund and Baucham said they worked hard to prepare for the season and wanted to serve as role models. They want West to be prepared for its Bay League schedule that begins with an important game in Week 5 at Mira Costa. “I guarantee every team we play has a reason to want to kill us,” Oslund said. `I’ve been through three `Hell Weeks’ and we’ve come into this one in better shape as a group than we ever have before.” Baucham knows that he, too, will have to perform to match the expectations of his junior season. “That pumps me up when I hear guys say, `I’m gonna break your leg,”‘ Baucham said. “That makes me feel like I’m doing my job.” For West to do its job and repeat as Bay League champion, it needs to develop on the offensive line in the first few weeks of the season. West begins the season with El Segundo, Torrance, Hawthorne, South Torrance and North Torrance. “We have to replace some pretty good players with some younger kids,” Holt said. “Hopefully we’ll stay healthy and our young boys will become young men in a hurry.” If that happens, it would mirror the progress of Baucham and Oslund, and could prove to be a winning formula for a team that went 12-1-1 last year. “It’s huge for us to be leaders,” Baucham said. “All the young guys look to us. We have to show them what it means to win.” john.klima@dailybreeze.com160Want 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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January 3, 2020 | by

Debate rekindled on 911-call jobs

first_imgResurrecting the touchy issue of using lower-paid substitutes for firefighters in the 911 dispatch center, Controller Laura Chick said Monday that the city could save up to $3.8 million a year by doing so. In a 33-page audit, Chick urged the Los Angeles Fire Commission to follow other major cities’ lead and use call takers who are not firefighters for most dispatch duties. Over two years, 62 firefighters would be reassigned to fire stations, while 13 would stay at the call center to provide expertise in emergencies. “I recognize that this is a hot-potato issue inside the Fire Department,” Chick said. “Nothing should be sacred in terms of what gets scrutinized in the city. … In this case, it’s how can we do it as well for less money and use the sworn personnel to do what our neighborhoods really need and want them for – out there serving the public in dire need.” Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa concurs with Chick’s recommendations, spokesman Joe Ramallo said. The mayor’s newly created Productivity Unit also will look for other Fire Department savings, Ramallo said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event“The mayor feels these types of audits are a critical component to closing the city’s structural deficit, and he’s committed to seeing the recommendations implemented.” But officials with the Fire Department and United Firefighters of Los Angeles City said expertise would be lost in guiding residents and in dispatching firefighters in traumatic situations. “Once again, we’re putting the almighty dollar ahead of the best value for the public,” said Pat McOsker, head of the United Firefighters union. “Can they do it at the same level and save as many lives as we have?” Department officials also said trained firefighters are needed to man the dispatch center around the clock in case of a terrorist attack or other large-scale emergency. At the Emergency Operations Center under City Hall, 75 firefighter-call takers currently work along with nine captains and three battalion chiefs – all on 24-hour shifts. The audit estimates that firefighters spend about 13 hours per shift taking calls. In the 2004-05 fiscal year, the LAFD handled nearly 350,000 emergency calls, including 40,500 fire calls, 20,000 rescue calls, 3,700 hazardous-materials calls, and almost 285,000 emergency medical calls, according to the audit. Because so many calls are unrelated to fires, the audit recommends that the Fire Commission fill 62 of the jobs with employees who would be trained as call takers, but not firefighters, and keep 13 firefighters at the center for expertise in dispatching personnel to fires. Injured firefighters could fill the 13 spots or other desk jobs, Chick suggested. To replace 62 firefighters as call takers, the city would need to hire 84 to 106 employees who would work 81/2-hour shifts, the audit says. That would save the city $2.3 million to $3.8 million because of lower salaries and benefits for nonsworn workers. In 2005, city government paid sworn firefighter dispatchers about $151,000 each in wages, overtime and benefits. Each nonsworn dispatcher for the Police Department received roughly $67,000 in wages, overtime and benefits. The auditors also looked at 300 positions staffed by firefighters outside fire stations, such as jobs in inspection, academy training and strategic planning, and found that most require firefighting expertise. Fire Battalion Chief Leonard Thompson was still reviewing the audit Monday afternoon, but noted department officials have resisted past attempts to put nonsworn personnel in the communications center. They say the cost savings aren’t great and service could decline. Firefighters have four years of field experience before being assigned to the dispatch center. “Our biggest asset is that we have that background. You have (emergency medical technicians) and paramedics on the other side of the phone,” Thompson said. Last week, Villaraigosa revealed his $6.7 billion city budget, setting aside $511 million for the Fire Department. He proposed cutting $47 million from the city’s $295 million deficit. Chick’s review was in response to the read more

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December 28, 2019 | by

GAA NEWS: URRIS CLUB NOTES

first_imgGAA Bingo- Every Thursday Night At 9pm In St Marys Hall Clonmany Everyone Welcome.Match & Win for 17/05/2012 No jackpot winner last week this weeks will rise to €3,540.00 numbers drawn were 12,15,21,24 the €15 consolation prizes went to James Cooke Clonmany, Neil Joe Mc Gonigle Cloontagh, Martin Shiels Figart I.O.D, Philip Ivers c/o Brineys Clonmany, Helen Gibbons Ballyhallion, Clonmany.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 – Next meeting is on Wednesday 30th May at 8.30pm.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:The U14 boys will be in action twice this coming week firstly on Wednesday at 7.30pm against Letterkenny Gaels in the Northern Board league and then against Malin on Friday at 7.00pm in the last round of the Inishowen League. The lads should be in Straid 40 minutes prior to the matches to prepare.The U12 boys travel to Carndonagh on Tuesday evening with the games throwing in at 6.30pm; the lads should check with John if they are unsure of travel arrangements.The U16 boys are also in Carn on Tuesday evening for their last fixture in the Inishowen league, their match throws in at 7.00pm and the lads should check with team mentors for travel arrangements.The U14 girls travel to Carndonagh too this week on Wednesday for the first of their second round of matches; their game throws in at 7.00pm and the girls should check with Susan if they are unsure of travel arrangements.The U12 girls will also make the short journey to our nearest neighbours this week when they too take on Carndonagh; match time and travel arrangements will be given to the girls at training. The Senior and Reserve teams return to action this coming weekend with fixtures away to Termon on Friday and back in Straid on Sunday against Naomh Columba. The Friday fixtures throw in at 6.00pm and 7.30pm with Sunday’s games at 1.30pm and 3.00pm. Team mentors will give the lads travel arrangements for Friday’s games at training.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 20th, 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 noteslast_img

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December 27, 2019 | by