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Russell stars but Thunder lose again

first_imgSYDNEY, Australia (CMC):Not even a fine all-round effort from West Indies star Andre Russell was enough to save Sydney Thunder from crashing to a 30-run defeat to Perth Scorchers, in the Australian Big Bash here yesterday.Chasing 176 for victory at the Sydney Showground Stadium, Thunder slumped to 17 for two in the third over before crawling to 145 for nine off their 20 overs.The 27-year-old Russell unfurled a whirlwind 42 off 20 deliveries with five sixes but wickets continued to fall as Thunder slid to their third straight loss, leaving them fourth in the BBL standings.With their victory, Scorchers moved to the top of the standings on eight points along with Adelaide Strikers but with a superior net run rate.Sent in, Scorchers recovered from a position of one run for two wickets in the second over to rally to 175 for five off 20 overs.The revival came through Cameron Bancroft who struck 72 off 53 balls in anchoring two key stands. He first put on 63 for the third wicket with Shaun Marsh, who hit 28 from 22 balls and a further 105 for the third wicket with Ashton Agar, who blasted 68 off 34 deliveries.Pacer Russell, who knocked over Michael Klinger with the third ball of the game without a run on the board, returned to claim Bancroft in the penultimate over and end with two for 31 from four overs.In reply, Thunder lost South African Jacques Kallis (7) and Aiden Blizzard (7) cheaply to left-arm seamer Jason Behrendorff before Russell came to their rescue with his cameo.RUNRATEHis first nine deliveries yielded eight runs without a single boundary, but with the required run rate jumping to 13 at the end of the 11th over, Russell launched an all-out assault.He twice cleared the ropes with left-arm spinner Brad Hogg in the 12th over, which went for 16 runs, and then smashed leg-side sixes off English left-arm seamer David Willey in the next over, which also cost 16 runs.It took the return Behrendorff and a stunning catch from Joel Paris at fine leg to account for Russell in the 14th over with the score on 97 for five.Once he departed, the innings lost momentum, with four more wickets falling for the addition of just 40 runs.last_img read more

NFL’s new mantra: ‘Go younger. Go cheaper.’

first_imgCoco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set While teams are still willing to shell out big money to quarterbacks, elite pass rushers, shutdown cornerbacks, a few dominant offensive linemen and some big-play receivers, they are filling out the rest of the roster with players mostly on rookie contracts. The current CBA capped rookie salaries for the first four years — and an extra fifth for first-round picks — with the idea that more money would be available to veterans on second and third contracts. But that wealth has only materialized for a minority of stars at key positions, with a large share of veterans getting left behind.“Veterans are being passed over in favor of younger players who cost half as much and don’t even have a fraction of the experience,” said longtime agent David Canter. “Whenever that happens, regardless of profession, the quality of the product is going to decrease. The new CBA helped create this environment as owners duped the players and NFLPA into thinking that the savings on rookie contracts via an unnecessary rookie scale would be passed along to veteran players, with the union scoring the victory of less time in facilities in the offseason.”Instead the reduced offseason practice time, elimination of training camp two-a-days, and the reduction of in-season padded practices in hopes of making the game safer have hurt the quality of play even more; young players get even less preparation.The Raiders were a perfect example of how the move to go young can be detrimental. Despite a glaring need at linebacker in the offseason, general manager Reggie McKenzie refused to spend money to upgrade the position, allowing a proven veteran like Zach Brown to sign with Washington despite visiting Oakland first.That decision backfired as the team struggled at the position and even was forced to use a pair of undrafted rookies because of injuries to other young players before signing Bowman last week to solidify the spot.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? MOST READ That Bowman even needed to make the case that a player still in his 20s wasn’t over the hill shows how much the game has changed since he entered the league in 2010. Players at ages once considered to be their prime playing years now struggle to find jobs.The NFL has undergone a dramatic youth movement in the past decade as teams grow more inclined to go with cheaper, more inexperienced players ahead of seasoned veterans.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogThe change is a reflection of the collective bargaining agreement signed before the 2011 season that capped rookie salaries and limited the chances for young players to renegotiate deals they had outperformed.“I thought the reason we supposedly changed the CBA was to keep veteran guys around, quote-unquote, but that hasn’t been what’s materialized,” said Washington cornerback DeAngelo Hall, who entered the league in 2004. “It’s been: go younger, go cheaper.” Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny “Sometimes you need to have older guys on the team just to symbolize what level of play you have to play at in the NFL,” Bowman said. “Young guys come in the league and they don’t know. Coaches want to see so much and get so much out of those young guys that pressure takes over and they can’t do it. You need to have some veteran guys out there.”There are just fewer of them around. The average age of players on opening day rosters has dropped from 26.6 years to 26 years in the past decade, with more than 55 percent of all snaps now taken by players age 26 or younger.While aging quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Drew Brees get much of the focus, the rest of the league is getting younger around them. In nearly every major statistical category the percentage of production in the league coming from players age 25 and younger has risen significantly compared to a decade ago. Players in their 30s who used to serve as mentors for young players are becoming a dying breed.“When I came in the league, it was a great thing to have older guys — Lawyer Milloy or Rodney Harrison type of guys — in your locker room, playing and making plays, because knowledge is power and those guys have seen it all,” Hall said. “When I was a young guy, there was a couple of 10-year veteran corners in my room. Nobody would know their names. But they were just veteran guys who knew the game, knew how to make plays.Guys I leaned on to gain a lot of knowledge from. But you don’t have that now.”Now the young guys are called on to do it all. The share of production from players age 25 and younger has shot up in the past decade. Nearly 60 percent of all yards rushing come from that age group compared to 42 percent in 2007.That pattern is echoed across nearly all statistics, with the share of yards receiving for young players jumping from 37 percent to 48 percent; touchdowns rising from 41 percent to 51 percent; yards passing going from 22 percent to 32 percent; and tackles increasing from 39 percent to 48 percent as players on rookie contracts get more responsibility.“I think that mentality has changed over the years, too,” said Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, who entered the league as an undrafted player in 2005. “Because before you got in this league, no matter how good you were unless you were like a first-rounder, if you were a rookie, (coaches) didn’t trust you, didn’t like you. And I think that mentality has changed.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set 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 Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene NaVorro Bowman #53 of the Oakland Raiders reacts after a play against the Kansas City Chiefs during their NFL game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on October 19, 2017 in Oakland, California. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images/AFPALAMEDA, California — When NaVorro Bowman joined the Oakland Raiders days after being let go in a youth movement in San Francisco he made a proclamation.“I’m only 29 years old and I still have a lot of juice left in me,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ LATEST STORIES Compton looking for player who can match up with Fajardo, Slaughter View commentslast_img read more

Guyana supports UN talks on migration

first_imgGuyana on Wednesday said it welcomed the recently-completed first round of talks on migration at United Nations headquarters.The initiative, which involves UN Member States, including Guyana, saw the completion of this first meeting as a step closer towards crafting a “Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM)”.Guyana, whose Diaspora is as large as its internal population, recognises the loss of skilled and unskilled persons as a result of irregular movement of people and the lack of success of unilateral efforts to address these challenges.Also, prior to the ongoing discussions, Guyana held a local national consultative meeting on migration as a means to better inform its position on the Global Compact talks.The UN has now taken a people-centred approach and stressed the need for international cooperation which Guyana fully supported.The Zero Draft document reflecting the outcome of the initial meeting will be up for a second round of negotiations next week from Monday, March 12 to Thursday, March 15.Six meetings are scheduled to be held until July this year when UN Member States are expected to adopt the GCM.Guyana is being represented at these talks by Head of the Diaspora Unit, Michael Brotherson, and Director of the Multilateral and Global Affairs Department, Troy Torrington, both of the Foreign Affairs Ministry.In 2016, 193 UN Member States adopted the New York Declaration at the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants. In adopting the Declaration, the Member States signalled their readiness to finalise a GCM that not only aligns with goal 10 of the Sustainable Development Goals, but also coordinates the efforts of each UN Member State, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and the UN to protect and empower migrants through policies that ensure safe, orderly, and regular migration.last_img read more

Govt sole sources substandard ware-“house” for drugs

first_imgPharmaceutical farce…conducted own evaluation; pays $150M annuallyTransparency and Accountability – or rather the lack thereof – was on full display on Monday as Government sought to defend almost $1 billion it had advanced from the Contingencies Fund to meet “unforeseen” expenditures.Public Health Minister, Dr George NortonHealth Minister Dr George Norton was prodded to provide answers to the Members of Parliament in relation to a new company with which the Public Health Ministry has contracted to store pharmaceuticals.The MPs were told that Ministry of Public Health engaged a company named Linden Holdings Company.Secret contract onpharmaceuticalsThat company has its registered office as 176 Middle Street, Cummingsburg—the same address as the Sidewalk Café, owned by Telecommunications Minister Catherine Hughes.The bond for Linden Holdings Company is said to be located in Sussex Street, Charlestown, and the company’s principal listed as Larry Singh.The House was told that a three-year contract has been entered with the company for rental at some $12.5 million a month, only began in March of this year; and as such was not catered for in the original budget, hence the advance from the Contingencies  Fund.Dr Norton told the House that the resort to have another facility for use to store government pharmaceuticalOpposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeirawas since the NEW GPC Inc was asking an exorbitant fee.He did confirm to the House that NEW GPC has in fact only this year began receiving payment for the storage of drugs and medical supplies for government.The NEW GPC storage warehouse facility of 30,000 square feet had been provided free of cost to the GHPC and the Min of Health for a decade-and-a-half. It has the necessary equipment, staff, IT, security, certification and sanitation to comply with WHO/PAHO standards. The facility also has three separate temperature control zones for the storage of temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals in addition to a separate area for the storage of controlled substances. It also has testing facilities.The Government claimed that it would store all its pharmaceuticals at its Diamond Warehouse facility which was built at a cost of $100 million.Grilled on the suitability of the new storage facility being used by the Public Health Ministry and the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, Dr Norton said it was built to PAHO/WHO standards but when asked to produce a certificate to this effect, the Health Minister was unable to do so.In fact, he said that it was the Ministry which evaluated the company’s facility and decided on its suitability.People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Member of Parliament Dr Frank Anthony drew the House’s attention to the fact that under the PEPFAR arrangement, there is a requirement for the facilities to meet international standards.On the matter of whether there was any public tendering in the selection of Linden Holdings Company, Dr Norton said this did not obtain since the facility was required on an emergency basis.Acknowledging that government is looking to end all such arrangements with private facilities, Dr Norton said the initial contract is for three years but could not give a definitive answer as to when government is looking to end using private facilities.Dr Norton was also asked to make a copy of the contract between the Ministry and Linden Holdings Company and its terms and conditions available to the House, but according to the Public Health Minister, he would be unable to do so until both parties (Govt and Linden Holdings Company) agreed to have the document made publicly available.He said the arrangement with Linden Holdings Company was done through sole sourcing with the approval of the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board, in addition to a No-Objection offered by Cabinet.The matter was subsequently raised in the House, since in addition to the allocations from the Contingency Fund, the Ministry of Public Health sought an additional $62.5 million for the storage of pharmaceutical to be met from the Consolidated Fund.Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira at this time vehemently objected to the use of the facility since according to the Former Health Minister, the building was unsuitable for the storage of pharmaceuticals for the people of this country.Teixeira told the House that not only is the building not appropriate, it is a private residence with garbage strewn at its entrance in addition to a lack of security and basic amenities such as windows.Opposition speakers objected in vain to the allocation since the new arrangement entered into by Government is for the monthly payments of $12.5 million when NEW GPC had previously offered the same service to Government free of cost.“This is a building costing $12.5 million a month when we were getting NEW GPC free for four years…We have a right to ask about the quality of this building.”last_img read more

For the record

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A story Monday incorrectly reported that North Hollywood High School senior Jasmine Florentine had the highest individual score in the state Academic Decathlon, with 8,946 points. In fact, the top scorer was Ian Ynda-Hummel of Garfield High School, with 8,977 points.last_img

Health careers on the minds of local students

first_imgThey’re only in Grade 10, but Lorenzo Petrucci and Wesley Phan are already thinking about job security.Like many of their peers, the pair are well aware they could easily pursue a career in the oil and gas industries, the building blocks of their city and its continuing lifeblood, but it’s the mechanics of the human body that bring a career to their minds.“Somebody is always getting hurt, somebody is always going to be sick and so if (you’re a) doctor, you’re always going to have a job,” said Petrucci, 16.- Advertisement -The North Peace Secondary School students were just two of 500 local students that took in the Healthcare Traveling Roadshow, which wrapped up three days of presentations in Fort St. John this week.The roadshow was a chance for the students to rub shoulders with a host medical students and professionals to learn about more than a dozen, in-demand jobs in the health care industry.“We have the chance to learn about the experience of people who are going to medical school,” said Phan, also 16.Advertisement “If we can inspire them to have a reason to try to do well, they may do that.”The show first hit the road in 2010 following Rural Health Workforce Symposium held the year prior in Prince George. It aims to get rural students interested in medicine and health as a way to help boost the number of health professionals working in rural areas, where recruitment and retention is an ongoing struggle.The university has since visited hundreds of students in communities across northern BC, including Clearwater, Fort Nelson and Kitimat.The roadshow travels to Dawson Creek on June 11, and Tumbler Ridge on June 12. “I want to start by becoming an all around doctor, but eventually what I want to find out is what I want to specialize in,” said Petrucci.“So, here I am at this roadshow discovering what would be good to do.”That’s music to the ears of Sean Maurice, a senior lab instructor for the Northern Medical Program out of the University of Northern BC, which is spearheading the roadshow.“The goal right now is to get students thinking about what they could do (in healthcare),” Maurice said, adding that he hopes the roadshow will spark students to begin having conversations with a career counsellor.“If we can get them to think about these as real options, then the follow up questions might be, ‘OK, what courses do I need, how well do I need to do in those courses?Advertisementcenter_img “I learned there’s quite a few programs to get accepted for, and then transfer to medical school.”Medical students from across the province took part in the roadshow to speak with students and give them some hands-on experience about their studies and work, with disciplines including medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, dentistry, medical lab technologies, biomedical engineering, and midwifery.Students had a chance to work with skeletons, microscopes, bacterial plates, and other equipment the roadshow brought along.Phan already knows he wants to be an opthamologist — “Eyes have always appealed to me,” he said,” — whereas Petrucci has settled on a career practicing medicine.Advertisementlast_img read more

Zimmer and Kent speak on political affairs at Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

first_img“We don’t know where they’re really going to go and I don’t think they’re sure either because even Jody’s seat when they got in, they just got in even in the perfect circumstance of having a red surge coming up. So now they’re in a different situation because she’s said she is a dedicated Liberal, she was kicked out of caucus, so she would now have to run as an independent, and the chances of winning as an independent in that riding would be tough. Now it is possible, with her high profile, that it could happen but it’s going to be tough for her.”Along with the SNC-Lavilan affair, Zimmer also talked about protecting the resource sector and the importance of protecting citizens in this digital age.The next Chamber Speaker Series Luncheon will be on May 22, at the Northern Grand Hotel, with guest speakers Andrew Wilkinson and MLA Dan Davies.For more information, and to register, you can visit the Chamber of Commerce’s website.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce held a special Speaker Series Luncheon on Friday, May 3 at the Northern Grand Hotel.Guest Speakers included local M.P. Bob Zimmer and the Honourable Peter Kent, M.P. for Thornhill, Ontario.With the Federal Election coming up in the fall, Zimmer and Kent discussed current Canadian political affairs and what it could mean for the future of Canadians.- Advertisement -Kent is concerned for Canada’s future as the current Liberal Government has not had a balanced budget since being in power and that it will not be balanced until 2040 if they do not apply responsible fiscal management.“We haven’t had a balanced budget since 2015 and we’ve had three successive huge deficits of $20 billion a year, without as much to show for it, and I worry about my kids and grandkids and the fact that we’re told by the Parliamentary Budget Officer the budget won’t be balanced until, at least, 2040 if things keep going as they are.”Zimmer touched on the SNC-Lavilan affair and shared his thoughts on the future of Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpot.Advertisementlast_img read more

Death penalty is ruled out for elderly in murder case

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The decision means that Helen Louise Golay, 76, and Olga Rutterschmidt, 74, could each face a maximum sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of first-degree murder in the deaths of Kenneth McDavid and Paul Vados. McDavid, 50, was run over in an alley in the 1200 block of Westwood Boulevard in Westwood on June 21, 2005, while Vados, 73, was run over in an alley in the 300 block of North La Brea Avenue in Hollywood on Nov. 8, 1999. The women, who are jailed without bail, are charged with two counts each of murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Golay and Rutterschmidt also face special circumstance allegations of murder for financial gain and multiple murders. At a hearing in March, a state investigator testified that Golay was paid more than $1.8 million in connection with insurance policies the defendants took out on the two men, and that Rutterschmidt received more than $922,000. The women, who had earlier waived their presence for routine court proceedings, did not appear in court for Wednesday’s hearing. Golay’s attorney, Roger Jon Diamond, told Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David S. Wesley that his client needs thermal underwear. “Every time I see her, that’s all she talks about,” Diamond told the judge, noting that in jail she is “so uncomfortable she can’t sleep.” Wesley said Golay will need to see a doctor and get a doctor’s order in order to get thermal underwear. Attorneys are due back in court Nov. 29 for a pretrial hearing, with the trial tentatively scheduled to begin Jan. 17. Deputy District Attorney Shellie Samuels said she expects the case to take about three weeks.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! COURTS: Women are accused of killing men to collect life insurance. By Terri Vermeulen Keith CITY NEWS SERVICE The prosecution announced Wednesday it will not seek the death penalty against two women accused of killing two homeless men they befriended in order to collect more than $2.8 million from life insurance policies. last_img read more


first_imgENTERTAINMENT: The highly-anticipated new Jungle Book film will be screened at Eclipse Cinemas Lifford/Strabane this weekend. New Films this week: Eye In The SkyCriminalNorm Of The NorthKids Club Sat & Sun @ 12noon:(Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th April)Films this week are: Capture the FlagOddball and the PenguinsTickets €1.80 eachCrazy Tuesday – All Tickets All Day €4.00Over 50’s Wednesday – Tickets €5.00Thursday Meal Deal – Ticket + Med Drink & Popcorn €10 Check out all our listings @ www.eclipsecinemas.comFilms available this week include:Birthday Parties @ Eclipse Cinemas Lifford StrabaneCall us today 074 91 41973 NEW JUNGLE BOOK FILM SCREENING THIS WEEKEND AT ECLIPSE CINEMAS LIFFORD/STRABANE was last modified: April 12th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Eclipse CinemasEntertainmentFeaturesnewslast_img read more


first_imgBuncrana GAA News:CONGRATULATIONSCongratulations and good luck to three of the club’s hurlers, Caolan O Neill, Oisin Kelly and Caolan Mulholland and club footballer Oran McLaughlin who represent CLG Bun Cranncha in the Croke Park Activity Day next Tuesday. Senior Hurling ChampionshipOur Senior Hurlers take on Burt on Wednesday 19th August 2015 at 7pm in Hibernian Park.  All support welcome.Junior A Ladies ChampionshipCongratulations to our ladies who are now through to the championship final against Glenties.  Details to be posted on social media. U14 FootballThe boys had their Championship quarter final game against Malin on Friday night in The Scarvey.  The boys brought their “A” game and controlled the match from the start.  They all kept their good run of form going and ran out comfortable winners. Next up is the semi-final against local neighbours against Muff on Tuesday night at 7pm.  Venue tbc.U12 County Football FinalHard luck to our U12 A team and Development team who were defeated on Saturday by St Eunan’s in the All County Final.  A big thank you to manager Michael Jnr, his coaches and, of course, the players for their hard work and dedication all year.U12 Hurling U12 hurlers had another win against Dungloe last Thursday night in The Scarvey.  The boys played well by putting over some great scores which led to a convincing win.  Well done boys.U8 BlitzThe parents and club can be very proud of these young boys who put in some excellent performances on Saturday, winning their group and progressing through to eventually losing out to a strong host side Bellaghy in the semi-finals. They were in serious good company with Lavey and Kilcoo making up the last four.  The Coaches are looking forward to continuing with these young lads and adding to the numbers.  They’re a credit to you all and have a bright future.U13 Girls Gaelic Football training for Under 13 girls (born 2002 and 2003) starts this Monday 17th August in The Scarvey.  Existing players are asked to attend as we start training for the forthcoming league competition which will be starting soon.  New players also welcome.Ongoing Repairs/Maintenance WorksThe Club is always looking for help with ongoing repairs/maintenance works.  If you have a skill that could be useful please volunteer your time if you can.  Contact Sean on 0862388071.LottoThis week’s lotto stands at €5650.  The Lotto numbers for last week were 1, 5, 19 and 27.  If you can spare a Saturday evening in August the finance committee are looking for volunteers to sell lottos for one hour around the pubs.  Contact Colm on 0872211204.  If you see any of our volunteers around the pubs, please support by buying a lotto.Summer CampGreat reports were received for our Summer Camp last week, no doubt this week’s camp for 6+ will run as smoothly.  The cost is €45 which includes a club jersey, shorts and socks.  If you require any further information, please contact your manager or Aidan on 0862762671.Training Times – New and Old Players Always WelcomeFootballU14 Boys Tuesdays 7-8.30pm and Fridays 4.15-5.45pmU12 Boys Mondays 11am-1pm and Fridays 7.00pmU10 Boys Fridays 6.30pm and Tuesdays 11am-1pmU8 Boys Fridays 6.30pm and Mondays 7-8pmU6 Boys & Girls Fridays 6.30-7.30pmU8 & U10 Girls Saturdays 10.30-11.30amU12, 14 & 16 Girls Mondays 7-8pmHurlingU8 & U10 Sundays 11-12noon and Mondays 11.30am-1pmU12 Tuesdays 7- 8.30pmU16 Wednesdays 6.30pmClub MerchandiseElizabeth Anne is now taking orders on the first Tuesday of every month. She can be contacted on 086 0604075.GAA NEWS: BUNCRANA PLAYERS TO REPRESENT THE CLUB AT CROKE PARK ACTIVITY DAY was last modified: August 17th, 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:Sportlast_img read more