Minoga was taken off the bench 18 minutes to half time when the score was 6-4.He scored a late try four minutes to half time to put his team in front, 10-6, after a successful conversion. The first 15 minutes was tough for both teams as they struggled to score.Adam Korave made the breakthrough for Hunters, scoring 17 minutes into the game to put Hunters in front 6-0 after a successful conversion from captain Noel Zeming.It was a physical game with hard tackles. Blackhawks fought hard and scored their first try 6-4 through Rhyse Martin seven minutes to half time.Minoga’s try was the second for Blackhawks, extending their score to lead 10-6 at half time.Second half is now underway….
After not being summoned by Zidane in four of the last five games of the first team (the last four in a row), Rodrygo returns to a Castilla that still aspires to playoff. The white subsidiary is six points from the fourth position, which occupies the Peña Deportiva. The Brazilian only played two games under Raul before breaking into the first team to stay. It was there for the month of September, on the fourth day against Langreo (0-0) and on the sixth against Rayo Majadahonda (3-1). Both in a Di Stéfano that this Sunday will be able to follow his evolutions and those of the newcomer Reinier.The regulations allow Rodrygo to return to Castilla despite having played 12 league games with the first team. The paulista is registered with Raúl’s team, since at the beginning of the season there were no chips available in the first team and, despite Odriozola’s departure in the winter market, the club has not modified his situation. Being a dependent team (that is the term used by the General Regulation), you can act with the first team and with Castilla without any limitation until you play with both the same day. This Sunday will carry the eleven of Castilla behind.Call of Castilla for the match against SanseGoalkeepers: Altube and Toni Fuidias.Defenses: Fran García, Chust, Guillem, Javi Hernández and Gila.Midfielders: Martín, Ayoub, Fidalgo, Bravo, Blanco, Baeza, Reinier and Arribas.Forwards: Marc Gual, Rodrygo and Pablo. Rodrygo returns to Castilla. Almost five months later, Raúl has called the player again to play with the Real Madrid subsidiary. The Brazilian will play Cicerone of his countryman Reinier, who will debut with the white shirt in this Sunday’s game (17:00, Real Madrid TV) against the Sanse colista.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“I have made unambiguously clear, in Anglo-Saxon prose, that it is not to ever happen again and there will be appropriate disciplinary action taken against those people who exhibited what I regard as extraordinarily poor judgment,” he added. Asked specifically if he planned to fire anyone at FEMA, which is part of his department, Chertoff declined to say, citing personnel rules. Chertoff said he knew nothing about the matter until after it happened and that he “can’t explain why it happened.” The White House on Friday scolded FEMA for the faux press conference about assistance to victims of wildfires in southern California. The agency – much maligned for its sluggish response to Hurricane Katrina over two years ago – arranged to have FEMA employees play the part of reporters at the event Tuesday and question Vice Adm. Harvey E. Johnson, the deputy director. By Devlin Barrett THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON – The homeland security chief on Saturday tore into his own employees for staging a phony news conference at the Federal Emergency Management Agency. “I think it was one of the dumbest and most inappropriate things I’ve seen since I’ve been in government,” Michael Chertoff said. The questions were soft and gratuitous. “I’m very happy with FEMA’s response,” Johnson said in reply to one query from an agency employee. FEMA gave reporters only 15 minutes’ notice about Tuesday’s news conference. But because of the short notice, the agency made available an 800 number so reporters could call in. Johnson said in a statement Friday that FEMA’s goal was “to get information out as soon as possible and in trying to do so we made an error in judgment.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Sir Gerry Robinson, best known for his recent TV series Gerry’s Big Decision and Can Gerry Robinson Fix the NHS?, is the guest speaker of Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce’s business evening.The event “In Conversation with Sir Gerry Robinson” takes place on 18th September in the Radisson Blu Hotel at 7pm.Gerry Robinson is a native of Donegal and lives in Raphoe but he has spent the majority of his career working in the UK, turning round major organisations. While he is well known here for his beautiful gardens at Oakfield Park he has gained public recognition for his TV programmes that saw him working with small businesses, encouraging families to work on their inheritance issues and he even tried to sort out the NHS.John Watson, President of Letterkenny Chamber says “Gerry Robinson is one of the best known businessmen from Donegal and it is his wide ranging experience that sets him apart and makes him someone that can inspire us all. We have always been keen to get Gerry to speak at one of our events and we were delighted that he found time in his busy diary to slot us in.“Gerry has a vast range of experience and we believe that this event will be attractive to entrepreneurs, existing businesses as well as management and leadership teams across all sectors.“Gerry has turned businesses around and through his television series we have been able to see how he took on the challenge presented by major organisations such as the NHS as well as many small businesses. So no matter what your background whether you are an employer, employee, manager or business owner this event with Sir Gerry Robinson is sure to be inspirational.” The event will be structured in such a way to be as interactive and so that rather than Gerry giving a talk he will be interviewed using questions submitted by those attending. So if you have a burning questions to put to this business guru, just register for the event and submit the question.Toni Forrester from Letterkenny Chamber says “It is rare to hear Gerry speaking so close to home and we are delighted to be able to open this event to all. We believe this will appeal to business owners, employees, management teams and leaders from all types of organisations and also provides an excellent opportunity to network with other businesses.”Bookings are already coming in for this popular event that takes place on Tuesday 18th September at 7pm in The Radisson Blu Hotel. The cost is just €20 per person or €180 for a table of 10 including light refreshments.To book just contact Letterkenny Chamber on 074 9124866 or email email@example.com .SIR GERRY TO DO THE ‘BUSINESS’ FOR LETTERKENNY CHAMBER was last modified: August 15th, 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:Letterkenny Chambersir gerry robinson
8 Moussa Sissoko, midfielder: Newcastle star’s Euro showing put him in the shop window? Click the arrow, above right, to see which players may swap the Championship for the Premier League – The Magpies man impressed for France at Euro 2016 most notably in the Stade de France final. Rafa Benitez and the St James’ Park hierarchy are determined to retain the 26-year-old by setting a £35m asking price. Sissoko has scored 11 goals, laying on 17 assists, in 118 Premier League appearances and has been linked with Everton, Liverpool and Tottenham as well as German club Borussia Dortmund. 8 8 8 8 Jordan Ayew, forward: Jordan to leave Aston Villa and join brother Andre in the Premier League? – The 24-year-old moved to the Midlands last summer from Lorient, scoring 12 goals as the Villans failed to avoid the drop. He ended the season in red-hot form, scoring four goals in his last three Premier League matches, carrying it into pre-season with a brace in the 8-0 win over GAK Graz. According to the Express and Star, Ayew is in ‘no rush’ to leave Villa Park but the outlet reports he is a target for Southampton. Ross McCormack, forward: Fulham striker to finally get Premier League chance? – Scottish striker McCormack has proved his ability in the Championship over the years, bagging 116 goals in 309 appearances, laying on 56 assists. Like his transfer from Leeds to Fulham in 2014, which reportedly cost £11m, he will not come cheap. Championship rivals Norwich are said to be readying a £13m offer and he could attract interest from clubs in the bottom half of the Premier League. Jeff Hendrick, midfielder: Euro showing to earn the Derby County man a move? – Republic of Ireland international Hendrick caught the eye as Martin O’Neill’s men stormed to the last 16 of Euro 2016. The 24-year-old, who has two years to run on his contract, has more than 200 senior Rams appearances to his name and he was reportedly subject to a recent bid from Burnley. The Clarets could yet return with an improved offer, doubling their £3million opening bid. Charlie Taylor, left-back: Another Leeds United academy product to leave Elland Road? – After Lewis Cook’s departure to Bournemouth, Whites fans are now worried about losing their 22-year-old full-back, too. He became a reliable player in United’s team last season, making 43 appearances. Despite links with newcomers Middlesbrough and Burnley, the Leeds academy graduate is currently out with Garry Monk’s squad in Ireland for pre-season. The new Premier League season is upon us and teams are adding to their ranks. Preparations are well underway, with clubs tackling gruelling pre-season training and flying around the world for friendly matches. Vast amounts of money is being spent to recruit players from overseas, but Leicester City have showed you can find a lower-league gem who can hold his own in the top tier. Jamie Vardy, signed from non-league football when the Foxes were in the second tier, fired Claudio Ranieri’s men to the title last season.The Championship will welcome a number of Premier League stars from Newcastle United, Aston Villa and Norwich City, along with those up and coming players. Big-money moves has already seen players going the other way such as Matt Ritchie and Dwight Gayle going to Newcastle. So which players are worth a gamble?Click the arrow, above right, to see who makes our list of eight players who could be heading to the Premier League. Georginio Wijnaldum, midfielder – Newcastle United man to stay in the Premier League? – The Dutchman moved to St James’ Park from PSV Eindhoven for a reported £14.5million last year and he went on to score 13 goals in 48 appearances for club and country. Of those goals, he shocked Fantasy Premier League bosses by netting four times in the club’s 6-2 win against Norwich. Wijnaldum is one of the bigger earners and has been linked with Spurs, but owner Mike Ashley does not appear to be in a rush to clear the wage bill. 8 8 8 Jonathan Kodjia, forward: Swapping Bristol City for a Premier League club? – The 26-year-old striker only moved to Ashton Gate last summer – from Angers but he soon found his feet in the Championship, firing 18 goals in 45 appearances to steer the Robins clear of relegation. He has been linked with Aston Villa in recent days, but the Ivory Coast international could be seen as a cheaper option for Premier League clubs. Lewis Dunk, defender: Has the Brighton centre-back earned his chance in the big time? – The 24-year-old is reportedly attracting Premier League interest, with Everton and Crystal Palace among those clubs linked. He has made more than 150 appearances for the Seagulls and will not come cheap, with the Mirror reporting in June that Albion have set a £10million asking price.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is conducting an inquiry into the incident. The NCIS is also handling an investigation into the actions of members of the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, also based at Camp Pendleton. A Pentagon official has said investigators believe Marines committed unprovoked murder in the deaths of about two dozen people at Haditha in November. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! CAMP PENDLETON – Several Marines have been brought from Iraq to this Southern California base and placed in the brig pending the outcome of an investigation into the death of an Iraqi civilian, a military official said Sunday. “Based on information the commander was privy to regarding the alleged actions of Marines from 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, a decision was made to place several Marines in pretrial confinement and several in pretrial base restrictions,” said 2nd Lt. Lawton King, spokesman for the 1st Marine Division, in a prepared statement. No charges have been filed in the April 26 incident in Hamandiyah, west of Baghdad. King declined to say how many Marines were brought back from Iraq. The rest of the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment remains deployed in Iraq, King said.
A man charged in connection with a massive fire in which more than €500,000 of damage was caused to buildings in Letterkenny is to be charged with a number of new offences.Paul McGinley, appeared by videolink at this morning’s sitting of Letterkenny District Court. The 30 year old, from Glen Hola, Gortahork, is charged in connection with an arson attack at an underground car park at Rosemount Lane in which a number of cars and business were allegedly damaged on September 29th.Mr McGinley has been in custody since September when he was arrested along with another man in Letterkenny just hours after the incident.Garda Inspector Michael Harrison told the court that the Director of Public Prosecutions had agreed to sent the case forward to the Circuit Court for trial.He said there will be a number of new but related charges put to Mr McGinley relating to damage at Watson’s Menswear, O’Heir’s Bakery and the car park.A new charge of endangerment will also be put to Mr McGinley.Solicitor Frank Dorrian said he was concerned that the delay in the case will mean that Mr McGinley’s trial will not take place until the Autumn time.Inspector Harrison said he was trying to liaise with State Solicitor Ciaran Liddy to having the case brought before the next sitting of the Circuit Court.Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case until the next sitting of Letterkenny District Court until January 20th next.Man charged in connection with massive Letterkenny fire to face new charges was last modified: January 9th, 2017 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:arsonfireletterkennyPaul McGinleyWatson’s Menswear
FRUIT of the Loom, the company which once employed 3,600 people in Ireland, a quarter of them in Donegal and Derry, has announced another loss.The company, which still has a small base in Buncrana, says it lost €6.78M last year to add to its overall accumulated losses of €249M. FOL International, the name of the company, accounts show that the loss last year occurred after restructuring costs of €6.35m. The last 650 local jobs were lost in 2004.Revenues of the US company’s European operations dipped from €248.48m to €241.6m.The €6.35m restructuring costs last year represented mainly redundancy payments due to Fruit of the Loom’s decision to exit the retail mass market business. FRUIT OF THE GLOOM: ONE-TIME PRESTIGIOUS DONEGAL COMPANY SHOWS LOSSES AGAIN was last modified: October 1st, 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:buncranaDerrydonegalFruit of the LoomLosses
PICTURE SPECIAL: HOUSE WINE BAR AND TAP ROOM is one of the classiest establishments for a night out in Donegal.HOUSE is ideal for those of you who want to kick back and relax after a tough week at work in a more chilled out environment than that of your normal bar or club. With a selection of sensational wines to choose from HOUSE is the perfect location to unwind, converse and socialise with your friends.Donegal Daily in conjunction with the management staff at HOUSE are teaming up to give away ONE lucky person pictured at HOUSE over the weekend the chance to win FREE wine and a CHEESEBOARD.If you’re circled in one of the pictures above then contact HOUSE WINE BAR AND TAP ROOM via Facebook NOW and claim you prize!! HAVE YOU WON A FREE BOTTLE OF WINE AND A CHEESEBOARD? HOUSE WINE BAR AND TAP ROOM – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: July 28th, 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:EntertainmentFeaturesnews
Have you considered planting a hedge in your garden? If you have then Donegal Daily’s horticulture specialist Conor Gallinagh gives you the low down on the steps you need to take below. A hedge, in my opinion, benefits the garden in these ways.Creates a backdrop or framework to work from for the rest of your garden.Provides shelter to the garden and houseCreates an ecosystem for wildlifeThe bareroot season is an ideal time to plant your hedge. Of old it was defined as any month with an ‘R’. As our climate changes the season has drawing shorter normally now from November to Mid-April. Advertisement So we still have some time left to get that hedge planted or even begin planning for the next season.Bareroot simple means that the plant is dormant and without a growing medium i.e. roots exposed.Donegal proves to be a difficult county to grow plants. Going from windswept coastal garden’s to bog covered lands to fertile valleys all within a couple of kilometres of each other.The soils greatly dictate the variety best suited as well as the climate and client’s personal taste also play a role. Advertisement Here are some of my recommendation for the different locations that can be found.Fertile Soils in Lowlands Beech – Fagus sylvatica This forms into a really beautiful natural hedge. In non-windswept areas, the dormant leaves will cling on over the winter to give a beautiful bronze effect. The glossy light green leaves unfold from pointed buds in spring and as the season transforms they darken to a richer green hue.Fertile Soils Highland. (Evergreen hedge) Common Laurel – Prunus laurocerasusA reliable classic evergreen hedge. Can withstand a range of soils and environments. The long dark glossy leaves remain throughout the year. Forms into a tight compact hedge.Poor Soils Hornbeam – Carpinus betulus This species is often confused with beech as it has a similar leaf and growth habitat. Look a little closer and you will see deep groves or ridges running through the leaves, unlike the smooth beech leaf. It’s also missing the distinctive pointed orange-red buds of Beech. Unlike the Beech as well the Hornbeam will grow quite successfully on poor or less fertile soils. Coastal HedgeGriselinia littoralisThe foliage has a rubber texture and completely smooth which it makes it very suitable for the salt-laden breeze along the coast. An evergreen with light green smooth leaves. Does well in sandy soils.Biodiversity Hedge Hawthorn – Crataegus monogynaUsing Hawthorn as your base plant, interplant with species of Holly, Wild Cherry, Guelder Rose and Dogrose. This will provide a hedge where an ecosystem should thrive in and also provide interest all year round.A Bit Different Perhaps you’re looking for something that little bit different. The Photina varieties, in particular, ‘Red Robin’ or ‘Magical Volcano’ could be an option.In my opinion, the new variety ‘Magical Volcano’ has the potential to make a wonderful hedge. The bright red juvenile foliage with its crinkled edging is a real eye-catcher.It also has a much denser growing habitat than its counterparts. One to watch for sure.Boxwood Alternative With Buxus sempervirens suffering from various disease and becoming a little bit old fashioned, the search is on to find an alternative.The Ilex crenata, in my opinion, seems to be a suitable replacement. A similar leaf structure, growth habit and shape. Seems to match up the criteria well.Just remember that the end of the bareroot is coming in fast. Once it ends my recommendation is to hold off until it starts in November again.Use the time in between to plan the area, choose the species you wish to grow and order them in advance as well.Any questions on this column or looking for further advice either send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me over on my Facebook page Conor Gallinagh – Horticulture Consultant.Happy Gardening!DD Gardening: The Importance of planting a hedging was last modified: March 24th, 2019 by Conor GallinaghShare 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:Conor Gallinaghdd gardeninghorticulture