Birchbank’s McKay tops Balfour as West Kootenay Junior Golf Season opens

first_imgTyler McKay teed off the 2013 West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit with a win Saturday at the Balfour Golf Course.The Birchbank player fired a 3-over-par 75 to win the 18-hole tournament going away.Brenan Moroney of Birchbank was second at 82 with David Launier of Rock Creek and Trevor Browell tied for third at 85.Launier defeated Browell on the first playoff hole to capture the 15-16-year-old division crown.Moroney won the 17-18-year-old category.Nathan Griffioen of Creston, with an 88 edged Aiden Browell of Champion Lake by a stroke to claim the under-14 division. The circuit shifts to Christina Lake Sunday.Rossland Royals win local high school tournamentThe Rossland Royals combined for a team total 335 to win the top prize at the J. Lloyd Crowe/Rossland Royals High School Invitational Golf Tournament Friday at Birchbank Golf and Country Club.It was the third tournament win of the season for the Royals, finishing the day with a team total 335. J Lloyd Crowe Hawks took second at 359 followed in third by Nakusp at 364.Eight teams flocked to the Birchbank course for the tournament.Most players struggled through the 18 holes with Rossland’s Braden McKay winning the low gross title with an 80.Brenan Moroney and Tyler McKay both tied for second with 82’s.Crowe’s Ryan Fullerton finished fourth overall with an 84 while teammate Alex Rugg took eighth with an 88.last_img read more

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After ABL stint, Paul Zamar joins Blackwater

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “I’m very happy that I can finally play in the PBA,” he told INQUIRER.net. “I’ve experienced a lot of speed bumps and detours in my career to the point that I almost quit. But now, I feel that my career has come full circle as I come back home.”Zamar is no stranger to the Blackwater franchise, playing for the team in the PBA D-League before he decided to enter the draft.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownTaking his act overseas, the 5-foot-11 playmaker found a home in Thailand with Mono Vampire, helping the squad reach the 2018 ASEAN Basketball League Finals.There, Zamar established himself not only as a lethal marksman, but also a dependable player in the clutch as he averaged 16.1 points on a 36-percent shooting from three, 3.5 rebounds, and 2.6 assists. Macandili caught off guard by UAAP Finals MVP award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ MOST READ View comments LATEST STORIES His arrival could just be the spark the Elite need to resuscitate their campaign in the 2018 PBA Commissioner’s Cup after the team replaced head coach Leo Isaac for coach Bong Ramos.Blackwater fell to a 0-4 hole after once again losing, this time to GlobalPort, 117-106 on Wednesday.Zamar will join a young Blackwater backcourt which already features Roi Sumang, Mike DiGregorio, Nard Pinto, Mark Cruz, and Emil Palma, together with veteran Mike Cortez.ADVERTISEMENT Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball PLAY LIST 05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold02:43Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball02:14Carpio 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 Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Photo from ASEAN Basketball LeagueAiming to contend among the league’s powerhouse teams, Blackwater has added another gunner after signing up Paul Zamar.The 30-year-old guard finally fulfills his longtime dream of playing in the PBA after being left unsigned by Ginebra in the 2012 PBA Draft. The Gin Kings took the former UE Red Warrior in the fourth round in the same draft class as four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo and Calvin Abueva.ADVERTISEMENT P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMClast_img read more

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Arming City Police would be an effective deterrent to crime

first_imgDear Editor,With a La Penitence Market vendor nursing injuries after being shot to his head on Easter Monday, reportedly while trying to ward off four bandits from robbing his wife as stated in the press, whilst a company of unarmed and hapless City Constables screamed for help, speaks volumes of the profound mismanagement of the Georgetown Municipality.What is the use of deploying unarmed City Constables in a crime ridden city? It shows a clear lack of trust and respect for their officers that they are not allowed to carry a firearm. What is the City Police Department doing with the firearms in their possession? Only making them available to the bodyguards and residential security that protect the King and Queen of the City.Just look at the City Constabulary training complex on Water Street which is in total ruins, but which was supposed to be rehabilitated since 2016, with a promise that emphasis would have been placed on recruitment and training. One could have only hoped that this facility would have been used to provide Police self-defence training to their recruits as a vital component of The Basic Recruitment Course. As a matter of fact, in order to be prepared for today’s dangerous and unpredictable world, City Constables need to learn self-defence for both armed and unarmed encounters. And what about the promise that they would have been sending batches of ranks for overseas training? Was this just another pie in the sky pipe dream by the Town Clerk?Arming the City Police would be an effective deterrent to criminal behaviour in the markets and around Georgetown; most cities in Europe and North America routinely arm their Police Officers, in part to deter criminal acts. Armed criminals operate in many wards in our capital. Given this, a failure to routinely arm the City Police gives armed criminals a strong advantage in terms of their ability to threaten and commit violence without any corresponding risk to themselves.Is it not time for the City Council’s Legal Affairs and Security Committee to make this rag tag disrespected poorly trained, poorly uniformed outfit into a professional, effective and esteemed Police force?Sincerely,Modi Sankarlast_img read more

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Rape charge recommended for mom, older daughter who allegedly raped alleged rapist

first_img…perpetrator to also face child rape chargeA mother and her older daughter, who physically assaulted the alleged rapist of their 15-year-old relative before stripping the man and forcing the wooden handle of a hammer inside his anus are expected to be charged for rape committed on the alleged rapist.The female duo was arrested in Bartica, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), on Wednesday morning shortly after the incident took place but they are presently on station bail.Meanwhile, the 28-year-old alleged rapist, a miner, who was hospitalised after the assault and rape, was discharged from the medical facility and taken into custody.Police Commander of Region Seven, Senior Superintendent Linden Lord, when contacted told Guyana Times on Friday that the file about the incidents has been completed and will be dispatched to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on Monday.He stated that in the meanwhile, the two women and the alleged rapist were placed on station bail, pending the advice that comes from the DPP on the way forward.According to Commander Lord, in light of the actions of the two women, the recommendation by detectives is that they be charged with rape committed on the alleged rapist, however, the final say is with the DPP.On Wednesday the alleged rapist had the tables turned on him after the sister of the underage female with whom he forcefully had anal sex teamed up with her mother to reportedly teach him what they described in their statement as an “unforgettable lesson”.He is the boyfriend of the young girl’s sister and is said to usually visit their home in Bartica.Reports are that in the wee hours of Tuesday, the alleged rapist was at the home with the 15-year-old girl consuming alcohol.The teenager, who ended up sitting at the edge of her bed at some point, became intoxicated and it was then the miner reportedly took advantage of her.Hours after the ordeal, the teen contacted her mother and after notifying the woman about what occurred, she along with her older sister met with their mother.The alleged rapist was also requested to meet them. As he turned up at the address, he was invited to sit on a chair.Guyana Times understands that the 15-year-old’s mother bluntly asked the suspect if he engaged in anal sex with her younger daughter and the man denied. This newspaper was told that his teen girlfriend left her seat and dealt several punches to his face before lashing him repeatedly about his body with a mop stick.While this was happening, the aggravated mother went to her kitchen, retrieved a knife from the cupboard and dealt the miner several chops about his body.After the beating, the suspect confessed to having sex with the 15-year-old but claimed he had “oral” sex with the girl and not anal sex.The man’s girlfriend then left the room and quickly returned with a hammer.Not satisfied, the women then allegedly threatened to kill him. Less than a minute later, the woman and her older daughter teamed up to rip his clothes off and forcefully insert the wooden part of the hammer (handle) into his anus.last_img read more

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Starling shines for Coyotes

first_img“Vanessa is a great player, so I understand why she plays, I just want to be able to help when I have the chance,” Starling said. Cal Poly interim coach Michelle Fortier said that the Broncos let Starling get to the line too much. “We needed to pressure the ball more, and we left Ally (Smith) in a bad position,” Fortier said. It was a tight game throughout the second half, and the controversial moment came with 46.4 seconds remaining in the game, the Coyotes (13-6 overall, 9-5 California Collegiate Athletic Association) protecting a 54-52 lead and inbounding the ball underneath their own basket. One official whistled a five-second call and awarded the ball to Cal Poly (5-14, 4-10). San Bernardino appeared to call timeout after the five-second call, and the Broncos didn’t find out that the timeout was awarded to San Bernardino until after they went into their huddle. “No. 44 (Starling) stepped up her game and took Wilt’s place basically,” Cal Poly junior Porsche’ Kirksey said. Starling, a senior, was 6-of-11 shooting from the field and 10-of-15 shooting from the free-throw line. SAN BERNARDINO – The mission for most teams when facing the Cal State San Bernardino women’s basketball team is to shut down leading scorer Vanessa Wilt. Cal Poly Pomona did exactly that by holding her to 10 points, but Mariqueta Starling filled the void, scoring a career-high 22 points and grabbing a game-high nine rebounds off the bench to lead the Coyotes past Cal Poly Pomona 57-53 at Coussoulis Arena on Tuesday night. center_img “It’s frustrating because I thought we had put ourselves in a position to tie it,” Fortier said. Cal State coach Kevin Becker said the official closest to the Coyotes bench, Debbie Kotani, heard his timeout request before the official on the baseline gave the five-second call. After retaining possession, the Coyotes’ Ashlee Ford scored on a layup with 27.3 seconds to play, making it 56-52 and putting the Broncos into desperation mode. A trio of players led Cal Poly in scoring, with Jessica Hopkins, Ashley Moody and Lauren Kitaguchi scoring 10 points apiece. The game started off sluggishly for both teams, who just finished a grueling trip to Humboldt State and Sonoma State on Saturday. Cal Poly shot 22 percent from the field in the first half, Cal State just 29 percent as the Coyotes led 24-19. Cal State held Cal Poly scoreless for more than eight minutes after Cal Poly led early by nine points. “They’re athletic. They gave us trouble with their pressure and took the lanes away,” Becker said. But it was Starling, Wilt and the Coyotes who were able to avenge a loss at Pomona in December. Becker, who missed the trip north after breaking bones in his face two weeks ago, was glad to have Starling. “She (Starling) has sacrificed more for this team than anyone else and she has done it with a smile on her face,” he said. “We told her she would have her time.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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16-year-old stages tree-planting to help counter pollution

first_imgSTUDIO CITY – It’s not every 16-year-old who claims “Greenopia – The Urban Dweller’s Guide to Green Living” as one of her favorite books. But then Jennifer Rubiello isn’t a typical 16-year-old. As part of a Girl Scout project, Rubiello organized one of the largest tree-planting drives in the San Fernando Valley last month. With the nonprofit organization TreePeople to lend support, nearly 170 volunteers helped plant 44 cottonwoods and large-leaf maples around the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Refuge. “You start with yourself and you go little by little,” she said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “It all started when I saw the movie `An Inconvenient Truth,”‘ Rubiello said. “I love animals and trees. The film motivated me to do something.” For her efforts she earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest Scouting achievement for girls ages 14-18. Rubiello is part of Senior Girl Scout Troop Morning Star, based in Sherman Oaks, and is a junior at Cleveland High School. Friends from school, the Girl Scouts and those within the community planted all those trees. Local stores donated snacks for the volunteers. “One of my major concerns is that, when people realize how big the problem of global warming is, they think they can’t do anything about it,” Rubiello said. “That is so disappointing to me, because something can be done when it is done in a collective.” And she has some advice for those who want to help clean the environment. last_img
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Rocks may hold clues to quakes

first_imgThe samples, taken from 21/2 miles beneath the surface of the San Andreas Fault, are the first rocks ever to be obtained from deep within an actively moving fault zone responsible for some of the world’s most damaging earthquakes. The project, with a budget of about $25 million, has been 15 years in the making. After drilling close to the fault in 2004 and 2005, geologists worked 24 hours a day, seven days a week last summer to retrieve 135 feet of rock cores, each measuring four inches in diameter. The last of the samples was brought to the surface in the pre-dawn hours of Sept. 7. The scientists unveiled the rock samples on Thursday. “For the very first time, scientists can hold the San Andreas Fault in their hands,” said Mark Zoback, a professor of earth sciences and geophysics at Stanford University. “It’s a new beginning for several different areas of earthquake research.” Researchers aren’t optimistic that the dark-gray chunks of rock will help them predict when the “Big One” is about to occur. But they will now know exactly what the fault is made of, which they hope will answer questions about the mechanics of earthquakes. Hundreds of scientists from around the world are expected to submit requests to study the samples, yet it will likely be years before they understand what the rocks have to say about the physics of earthquakes. “The ultimate goal is to understand how faults work,” Ellsworth said. The drilling has all occurred about 23 miles northeast of Paso Robles near the small town of Parkfield. The site was selected because it’s an especially active part of the San Andreas Fault that moves regularly, but does not produce large earthquakes. There is no risk of the drilling itself causing a massive temblor. Researchers can already see from the samples that chunks of serpentine are embedded within them. Serpentine is a green-colored mineral which scientists have long suspected might be one of the reasons why that stretch of the San Andreas Fault silently creeps. But it had never been proven that the substance was indeed in the fault. Scientists wonder if the serpentine (which, ironically, is California’s official state rock) has been literally smoothing the way for huge tectonic plates to slide silently past one another. During earlier drilling in 2005, mineralogist Diane Moore of the USGS detected talc in the rock cuttings. Talc is a slippery mineral best known for its use on babies’ bottoms. It can be produced when serpentine comes into contact with water. Scientists aren’t done in the belly of the San Andreas Fault, either. During the next phase of the project, scientists will create the world’s first underground earthquake observatory that is within an active fault. They will lower into it a number of seismic instruments that will await and observe dozens of small earthquakes and their aftershocks over the next 10 to 20 years. That phase of the project could help scientists determine whether earthquakes are predictable. The drilling, which first broke ground in 2004, hasn’t always been easy. The drilling equipment – the same kind used to drill oil wells in California – failed at times this summer as it faced the daunting task of burrowing into thick rock far below the Earth’s surface, where temperatures reached 240 degrees. Then, on the very day scientists had hoped to retrieve their first samples, a major lightning storm swept through the area, threatening their work. “Poetically speaking,” Zoback said, “the San Andreas Fault was fighting back.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! After drilling more than two miles into the ground in a remote area of central California, scientists said Thursday they have hit pay dirt – the first rocks ever to be obtained from deep within the San Andreas Fault. Experts believe the cylindrical samples, which have been washed, shrink-wrapped and gently tucked away in refrigerators for safekeeping, may hold many secrets about earthquakes and the 800-mile-long fault line responsible for the Bay Area’s devastating 1906 earthquake. Why do earthquakes start? How do they stop? What is the fault made of? Scientists believe that by studying the new rock samples they’ll be able to come up with answers for some of the tough questions that have eluded them for years. “This for us is really the mother lode,” said William Ellsworth, a geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park. “They’re more precious than moon rocks and gold.” last_img read more

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Arsenal and Liverpool target casts doubts over Premier League move

first_imgArsenal and Liverpool target Alexandre Lacazette says he has not made his mind up about his future – but it would be hard to turn down Barcelona or Real Madrid.The striker was in stunning form for Lyon last season, finishing as the top scorer in Ligue 1 and attracting interest from all of Europe’s top sides.The 24-year-old is expected to complete a big money move this summer but at this moment he admits nothing has been decided.“I have not made my decision. I will go on holiday, leave my agent to discuss things, for him to look after all that,” Lacazette told Le Parisien.“I am not worried. It won’t worry me at all. As soon as I have decided, I want it all to happen quickly.“When? That is the question. I could stay at Lyon next season and have a terrible season, I could leave and have an incredible season.“Everything depends on the destination. It would have to be for a Champions League club. Barcelona and Real Madrid – you don’t reject them.“But today, between leaving and staying, it is not 50-50 – it is zero. I am not thinking about it. I am going to enjoy the national team and I will think about it after.” Alexandre Lacazette 1last_img read more

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LEADING SECURITY EXPERTS TO VISIT SHERIDAN SECURITY EXHIBITION

first_imgDue to the popularity of the last two Security Exhibitions, Sheridan Security Systems are hosting their third Security Exhibition in the Mount Errigal Hotel on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th of October from 11am to 6.30pm.The Security Exhibition is designed to promote all areas of domestic and commercial security, providing advice and demonstrations on all the latest surveillance and alarm technologies.This is a unique exhibition in the North West.All aspects of security for both domestic and commercial markets will be exhibited and demonstrated – from Wired to Wireless Alarms, High Definition IP Surveillance up to 29MP, Digital Video Recorders, Safes, Fire Fighting Equipment, Automatic Gates and much more. The Exhibition will be attended by Ireland’s leading security experts and will allow visitors to benefit from a free advice and based on a confidential conversation which will highlight how to tailor the technology to meet individual requirements.Admission to the exhibition is FREE of charge so use this opportunity to come and discuss your requirements.Any information provided will be received in strict confidence.Event organiser, Brendan Sheridan insists vigilance in security measures has reached a level of paramount importance in recent years due to the increase in both commercial and domestic criminal activity.He told Donegal Daily, “With new technologies constantly coming onto the market this is the perfect opportunity to view some of the most powerful security solutions available, and speak to leading professionals about your requirements.Sheridan Security Systems was founded in 2002 by Brendan Sheridan and has grown to become a leading provider of security systems in the North West with a reputation for excellence.Exhibitors include:Avigilon – World Leader in MegaPixel CCTV Solutions Northwood Technology – Irelands Leading CCTV DistributorPaxton – Acces Control SystemsUTC Fire & Security – Fire Alarm SpecialistsHKC – Wired and Wireless Alarm Systems CK Locksmiths – the local experts for all your locks and safesPJ Design – GatesWhy Sheridan Security?• 24 hour monitoring, 365 days a year –• Our alarm systems are wireless – there are no wires so installation is quick and easy.• Access to Garda and Fire emergency services• 24/7 verified smoke alarm monitoring• 24/7 customer support• Remote access through the use of a smartphone app• Good Installation & Customer Relations of paramount importanceJason Black spoke of his admiration on the work and professionalism delivered by Sheridan Security.“No matter how difficult the last five or six years have been, Brendan and his team have maintained a very high level back-up service and are a pleasure to work with.I wish them all the very best with the exhibition on behalf of all the staff at Voodoo.Group Packages: (Show discounts available)• Residents Associations• Neighbourhood Watch Schemes• Community Groups• Community HallsLEADING SECURITY EXPERTS TO VISIT SHERIDAN SECURITY EXHIBITION was last modified: October 8th, 2014 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:BusinessexhibitionFeaturesnewsSheridan Securitylast_img read more

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O’HARA’S ‘DREAM’ COMES TRUE AS THEY RECAPTURE ARRANMORE CHALLENGE CUP

first_imgDamien O’Hara’s star studded ‘Damo’s Dream’ side recaptured the Arranmore Challenge Cup for the first time since 2012.In another superb weekend of top-class football it was Damo’s Dream who came out on top after a dramatic penalty shoot-out against Real Lypis. Real Lypis reached the final courtesy of comprehensive 3-0 victories over The Rebels and Clannad Celtic respectively.However, Bernie Lenty’s side needed a dramatic last minute header from John Sweeney against The Saturday’s in their final group game just to advance to the knockout stages.Damo’s Dream strolled through the group stages, but narrowly overcame a spirited Barhale side 1-0 in the quarter-finals thanks to a goal from player-of-the-tournament Paul McVeigh.However, in a thrilling semi-final Damo’s Dream overcame FC Palatico on penalties after the game finished 2-2. In a scoreless first-half the game sprung to life after the interval and FC Palatico took the lead from a corner.McVeigh hit back but Kyle Black look like he had won it for FC Palatico when he scored an absolute screamer with a few minutes left to play.However, Damo’s Dream showed great character and Davitt Walsh was awarded a contentious penalty after Con McLaughlin adjudged Paul Sweeney to have bundled him over in the box.Walsh dusted himself down and converted the penalty to send the game to a penalty shoot-out.Damo’s Dream advanced to set up a cracking final with Real Lypis.The game ended 1-1 after normal time, Davitt Walsh fired Damo’s ahead in the first-half, but Damo’s roared back and equalised from a corner when Brian ‘Chucky’ McQueen headed home. Lypis looked the more likely to win it, John Sweeney hit a stunning strike which struck the inside of the post but it agonisingly rolled across the line and out to safety.The game went to penalties and when Real Lypis player Shaun Thomas sent his effort over the bar the cup was back with Damo’s Dream.Both sides have dominated the competition over the last number of years and have now played each other in three finals in the last five years.Damo’s Dream have won on penalties twice (2011, 2015) while Lypis defeated them 3-2 in 2013. It’s also the second year in-a-row that Lypis have heartbreakingly lost the final on penalties and the third year-in-a-row they’ve contested the final.They lost last year’s decider on penalties against Finn Harps.However, they haven’t lost a match in the competition in THREE years but that will be scant consolation to manager Bernie Lenty who was devastated to miss out on the title again.Early’s Bar was rocking into the early hours with Jerry as always providing top quality entertainment and banter throughout the night as all the teams joined together in celebration of a superb weekend.Sean O’Hara who had a superb tournament at the back for Damo’s danced his socks off all night and looked like the happiest man on the island having finally won back the Arranmore Challenge Cup.Known locally as ‘púca’ O’Hara did resemble a ghost early on Monday morning and seemed to be suffering badly from the effects of the excessive celebrations.The strong winds that lashed the island also made Paul McVeigh’s trendy haircut resemble Bobby Charlton’s comb-over from the 70’s.There was also widespread panic among the Scottish lads when they realised the exchange rate had plummeted over the weekend.Thankfully, members of the squad had brought the expensive Scottish vino ‘Buckfast’ with them and the emergency was averted.Daniel ‘Rocky’ O’Donnell was impressive all weekend on the pitch but it was his shirt on Sunday night that really turned heads.His Hawaii style shirt really stood out and completely overshadowed Christopher McGlynn’s ‘double-denim’ combination which clearly annoyed the Sligo IT student.Shane Elliott was as always dressed in his traditional Finn Harps clobber and was overheard telling a few impressionable young women on the island that his name was Kevin McHugh. 🙂As always it was another unbelievable weekend of football and craic and reiterated yet again why it’s regarded as one of the best football tournaments around.Well done to the committee and all involved with Arranmore United FC for yet again putting on a superb tournament.On a side note a special mention must go to Noel Early, this was the first year he had missed the tournament because he was doing the Cork marathon and his absence was felt.Noel a multiple winner of the Arranmore Challenge Cup over the years completed the marathon in a time of 3hrs and 55minutes.Well done Noel and well done to all the teams that participated in the competition.The countdown to JBH 2016 has begun. 🙂O’HARA’S ‘DREAM’ COMES TRUE AS THEY RECAPTURE ARRANMORE CHALLENGE CUP was last modified: June 2nd, 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:Arranmore Challenge CupJBHnewsSportlast_img read more

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