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first_imgFour Masters GAA News:Club NotesSummer Mini Leagues The Summer Mini Leagues for 4 to 8 year old’s started continues everyWednesday from 4:45pm to 5:45pm with it consisting of small sided games for the hour. New players are always welcome. Parents are asked to use the front car park outside Tir Conaill and walk in with their child.U8 Boys FootballThe Four Masters U8s travelled up to Aodh Ruadh for a blitz on Staurday week.  Naomh Brid, Bundoran also took part in the blitz. Four Masters Tigers played great football, their passing, support play, blocking, tackling and score taking were excellent on the day. Four Masters Cubs were also very good during their games. The young cubs played great and showed good skills and potential. The training  is paying off as the boys are improving greatly. All the boys really enjoyed the blitz and thanks goes to the Aodh Ruadh Club for hosting a well organised blitz. Lastly thanks go to the coaches and helpers for looking after the boys;  James Cullen, Micheal Masterson, Gerry Ebbs, Geoffrey Mc Gonagle and Regina Doherty. Report by Ronan Boyle (U8 manager) U8 football squadU10 Boys FootballOur older under 10 s headed off to play in a huge blitz in Monaghan on Saturday. Twenty one teams lined out at the Truagh Gaels club outside emyvale to compete in this annual competition. Our boys were in a group with Emyvale and Magheracloone from Monaghan and Derrynoose from Armagh. They played some excellent stuff to top their group winning all three games in the process. This brought them into a quarter final with Scotstown also from Monaghan. In a game of two halves the boys trailed by 7 points at half time. Down but not out they rallied in the second half and put in a huge effort to bring them back to within a point going into the final minutes. Hard as they tried they just couldn’t find the equaliser hitting the bar and the post in a final frantic minute. At the final whistle the boys were devastated but quickly realised that they couldn’t have done anymore and could leave with their heads held high. Even more so when it transpired that Scotstown went on to win the overall competition. The boys really enjoyed the day and will take a huge amount out of the occasion. Thanks to Truagh Gaels for an excellently run competition and to the parents who travelled to support. All in all it was a great day out. Report by Damien Dunnion (U10 manager)U10’s in MonaghanU10 Boys Football Blitz The U10’s play St Mary’s Sligo, St Eunans, and Carrickmore this Saturday in Tir Conaill in an invite blitz. The games start at 11am, all supoort welcome.U12 Boys FootballThe U12 boys football county final against St Eunans on Saturday was disappointingly called off and rearranged for late August with a date TBA.U12 Boys Hurling We have played 3 leauge games to date, our first game away against Aodh Ruadh was a narrow loss by 1 goal, followed up by an entertaining draw against Letterkenny Gaels at home. We followed up with a win against Dungloe at home . On Saturday 11th July we were invited to Ederney along with 4 other teams to take part in a well organised blitz . Thanks to Noel Mc Andrews for inviting us. We started against Ederney  and after a hard fought game we won by the 3 points, following this up with another win against Lisbellew. Our 3rdgame brought us against Aodh Ruadh and after another  good game we came up short by 3 points. Our last game took us against Beeleek and again we showed great character by winning the game. Aodh Ruadh came away with the spoils after winning their 4 games , but all in all a great performance by our young lads , and it points well to a competive season. Thanks to the ederney club again and their hospitality on the day. Report by Fergal McAllister (U12 manager)U12 hurlers in FermanaghU14 Boys FootballThe U14 boys football team recently recorded an excellent away win against Ardara last week in the Championship. The lads play Ardara tonight in the return leg in Tir Conaill Park, throw in at 7pm. All support welcome.U15 Boys Football Óg SportThe U15’s took part in the seven a side Óg Sport tournament held in Dungloe on Saturday week. The boys put in a good effort, reaching the semi final after two wins over Naomh Brid and St Nauls and a defeat a one point defeat to Kilcar in the group stage before a comfortable win over a Aodh Ruadh. The boys lost out to Kilcar 2-05 to 0-07 in the semi final, with the boys unable to break through for goals. Thanks goes to Dungloe for a their hospitality on the day and for a well organised tournament, to Mary Cananvan and Enda Bonner for transporting the squad to Dungloe and for managing the team, and to the players who gave their all on the day. Report by Pauric Harvey (U15 óg sport manager)U16 Boys FootballThe U16’s lost out 2-10 to 1-06 to Aodh Ruadh in Ballyshannon on Wednesday night in the 1st leg of their Championship. The lads made a good start to the game, dominating the 1st half and leading by four points at half time with a number of wides also being registered. Aodh Ruadh took the lead in the game in the 2nd half with a number of points and goals. The lads play the 2nd leg in Tir Conaill on July 28th at 7pm. All support welcome for the lads.U18 Boys FootballThe minors play Naomh Conaill in the Championship on Friday week (July 31st) in Tir Conaill Park. The game is a must win for the minors, all support welcome on the night.U21 Men’s FootballThe U21’s are scheduled to start their one off knock Championship against Naomh Conaill in Tir Conaill on Wednesday week (July 29th) at 7pm. Come along and support the lads.Minor Ladies FootballOur  Minor Ladies had an important away win against Kilcar last Thursday night on a scoreline of 4-05 to 1-06. Played in very difficult conditions at the sea front venue, the Masters girls dominated proceedings from start but scores were not easy got. The girls worked hard with the defence on top and the scores eventually came. Kilcar made a late comeback but the win was never in doubt. Next game at home to Aodh Ruadh, date TBA.New t-shirts for senior ladies sponsored by MOLLSenior Men’s FootballThe senior men’s senior and reserve had no games at the weekend, with this weekends fixtures yet to be confirmed.Donegal GAACommiserations to Karl Lacey, Paul Durcan and the Donegal squad on their one point defeat to Monaghan on Sunday. They now play Galway in Croke Park on Saturday week at 6pm. Good luck to Kate Keeney and the Donegal ladies squad in their Ulster Final against Monaghan this Sunday in Clones, throw in at 3:15pm.Four Masters Summer CampThe club hosted its first ever Four Masters Summer camp last week in Tir Conaill with over eighty boys and girls aged between four and twelve attending the week. Thanks goes all the coaches and helpers who volunteered their time freely, to all the boys and girls for their excellent behavior during the camp, and to all the parents that supported the camp. Check out our Facebook page for photos from the camp.U6 group at camp not deterred by the rainFrank Muldoon Memorial Golf CompetitionThe Four Masters G.A.A. Club held the Frank Muldoon Memorial Golf Competition at Donegal Golf Club (Murvagh) on Saturday 11th of July. Almost sixty golfers supported this annual event and played on an overcast dry morning and unfortunately a very wet afternoon which put a little damper on proceedings. The players that entered enjoyed golf on a well-manicured course. Rooney’s Centra, Clar Road, Donegal Town were main sponsors our thanks again to Gerry Rooney who has been supporting this event for the past number of years. The weather conditions did not effect the scoring too much and resulted in many good scores returned on the day.Best score of the day was returned by Damien Mulhern (5) with 40 points. This was a fine score from the young Murvagh Junior golfer and got him a hamper and 1st Prize. Second Prize and a hamper went to former Donegal and Four Masters stalwart Joyce Mc Mullin (9) with a score of 37 points, Third Prize and a hamper went to Ronan Mc Alevy (19) on 36 points b.o.t. Fourth Prize went to Jason Maguire (11) on 36 points. Fifth Prize went to Eugene Griffin (18) on 35 points. Sean Martin got the Longest Drive on the ninth fairway and Damien Muhern got closest to the pin on the thirteenth green.Eamonn Gorrell Chairman of The Four Masters G.A.A. Club paid tribute to Frank Muldoon’s contribution to Donegal Golf Club as a past Captain and Official and the Four Masters G.A.A. Club and C.L.G. Dun na nGall as past Chairman and Official when he started the Prize Giving at the end of the evening in Dom’s Pier 1. Kevin Cairns representing Rooney’s Centra presented the first three prizes. Niall Muldoon represented the Muldoon Family and presented the Frank Muldoon Cup and medal to a very popular winner Joyce Mc Mullin. Niall also mentioned the fact that his father’s old place of work the old “Dole Office” once stood where Dom’s Pier 1 is today also recalled fondly playing on Four Masters sides that Joyce played on. Eamonn expressed his delight at past player for the Club and County Joyce winning the Frank Muldoon Cup and medal. He also thanked all the past players who travelled long distances to play in the Competition. Eamonn also paid tribute to the grounds keepers on the excellent condition of the course. He thanked Grainne Dorrian and the club for the use of the facilities. He also complimented the catering and bar staff on their hospitality and good service. He thanked Centra the main sponsors represented by Kevin Cairns and Dom’s Pier 1 and the Breslin family for hosting and sponsoring. He also thanked the organisers Kieran Mullin and Paul Timoney. And finally Eamonn thanked the almost 60 golfers who played on the day and whose support made the outing a huge success.Frank Muldoon prize giving in Dom’s Pier 1Cúl CampsThe club football cúl camp takes place from August 10th to 14th. Place for the camps can be booked online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie The cost of the camp is €55 (1st), €45 (2nd) and €40 (3rd/4th) child.Virtual SodThe virtual sod fundraiser is ongoing in the club with lots of members signing up so far. The cost of the virtual sod is €20 with all people signed up receiving a certificate and their name going on a large wall display in Tir Conaill. Contact Eamonn Gorrell (08766740053) or Deborah Rose (0879869192) if you wish to support the club in this fundraiser. All money raised goes towards the ongoing pitch developments in Tir Conaill.GAA NEWS: FOUR MASTERS LAUNCH UNDERAGE SUMMER MINI-LEAGUES was last modified: July 21st, 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:four mastersGAANoticesSportlast_img read more


first_imgPrizes won by Illistrin in 2013/2014.Boys and Girls Cumman na mBunscoil for large schools football,Loreto Cup,Fran Fields football cups,boys and girls. Medal winners from Illistrin in track and field events during the year.Winning team on sports day 2014 Special awards for these great children,drama,Gaelic football,spelling b and gymnasticsEimear Devenney and Conor O Donnell overall sports star awards for 2014  Trocaire national awards for sixth class pupils,Sarah,Vanessa and Wictoria with the principal Tom FeeneyCultural award for rural respecting difference programme with junior infant winners Sarah and Zelda.Environmental award winners 5th class winners Kelly and Daniel.Attendance awards for full attendance 2013/2014   PICTURE SPECIAL: ILLISTRIN NATIONAL SCHOOL PRIZE-GIVING was last modified: June 19th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2014Illistrin National Schoollast_img read more

Guatemalas treasured Lake Atitlán is dying

first_imgGUATEMALA CITY – Once described by Aldous Huxley as the Lake Como of Guatemala, Lake Atitlán is a justified staple on the Central American tourist trail. However, over the past few years, agrochemicals, raw sewage, litter and shore development have taken their toll, turning the fresh blue water a murky shade of brown, turning tourists away.This week a joint initiative by the Italian and Guatemalan governments called “Yo soy Atitlán” aims to raise the profile of Lake Atitlán’s problems and work with environmental organizations, experts and the surrounding communities to combat the contamination that threatens to destroy one of the world’s most picturesque places.What was considered to be a local problem has drawn international concern as a team of Italian experts arrived in Guatemala earlier this week, keen to share their knowledge of how their own country rescued its lakes in the 1980s.The Italian Embassy in Guatemala said that in “Italy, too, we have lived through contamination.”According to a study by Del Valle University in Guatemala, over the past 45 years the pollution of Lake Atitlán, located 120 kilometers west of the capital, has contributed to a reduction in the transparency of the water, from 11 meters to 5.5 meters, and a decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the water from 7mg/liter to 0.3.According to Margaret Dix, a biology professor at Del Valle University, pollution of the lake has led to a reduction in tourism, jobs, fish and food, and an increase in poverty and illnesses for the surrounding communities, for whom the lake represents a primary source of water.“Every year one million cubic meters of untreated raw sewage enters the lake; 109,500 metric tons of litter – 3 pounds of solid waste per person, per day – and 110,000 metric tons of soil is lost due to erosion,” Dix said.“To improve the ecological conditions of the lake, territorial planning is needed with an integrated management of solid and liquid waste to prevent the entry of raw sewage and to reduce the accumulation of phosphorous and nitrogen.“Experiences in other parts of the world show that generally for lakes similar to Atitlán, traditional treatment plants are inadequate and have a prohibitively high operational cost. The solution is to export raw sewage to another basin where it can be treated to eliminate pathogens and the water can be used in agriculture. Many experts consider this to be the best option,” Dix said.Various activities have been organized as part of the two-week campaign launch, such as an Italian rock concert in Guatemala City, which was opened by a Mayan cultural group and attended by approximately 1,000 people. Proceeds were donated to the Yo soy Atitlán program.A forum for experts – from environmental ministers to conservationists – also was held to discuss possible solutions to eliminate the contamination, and a project called “Lancha Azul” will kick off next week to encourage dialogue among the surrounding lake communities and to teach them about solid-waste management.Yo soy Atitlán hopes to encourage as many people as possible from the government and nongovernmental organizations, as well as environmental experts, communities around the lake and academic institutions to get involved and debate the challenges and goals for Lake Atitlán over the coming years.The Guatemalan government already has agreed to allocate more funds to increase garbage collections in the area, purify water and improve waste management systems.Said Dix: “The future is in our hands. There’s still time to stop the degradation process of Lake Atitlán.”Recommended: Guatemala’s 6.8 Palopó makes Buzzfeed’s global list for restaurants with incredible views Facebook Comments Related posts:On Guatemalan mountainside, hopes are washed away with the rain Malnourished kids sue Guatemalan state and win, but not much has changed For Guatemalan Q’eqchi’ community, accessing health care depends on finding someone to speak their language Guatemalans bury victims of 1982 civil war massacrelast_img read more