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first_imgUrris GAA News:U16 DIVISION 2 COUNTY FINAL: Our U16 team played Naomh Columba in Mac Cumhaill Park, Ballybofey last Friday night and though not our night the lads put in a great performance, final score Naomh Columba 3-15 Urris 3-08. Disappointing for the boys but what a great run and an excellent achievement in reaching a County final. Congrats to CLG N Columba. Thanks to David, all the boys and to all who travelled to support the team on Friday night.SENIOR & RESERVE FOOTBALL: Both teams travelled to Killygordon on Saturday night and both teams won their matches on what was a very wet and miserable night. Final score in reserve game Urris 2-08 Red Hughs 1-06. Final score in senior game Urris 1-09 Red Hughs 0-09. Senior team: Peter Devlin, Kieran Kelly, Sean Mc Daid, Gary Doherty, Mickey Grant (0-01) Kieran Doherty, Danny Devlin (1-02), John Mc Carron, Conor Bradley, Kevin Mc Laughlin (0-04), Alan Friel, Mark Mc Laughlin (0-01), Niall Mc Laughlin, Dean Kelly (0-01). Aaron Friel for John Mc Carron, Ryan Doherty (R) for Niall Mc Laughlin and Declan Grant for Mark Mc Laughlin. Next matches are away to Letterkenny Gaels on Saturday night at 6pm and 7.30pm.CLUB IORRAS: May winners: €50-Darragh Doherty (S), Letter, €30-Martin Davy, Roxtown and €20-James B Kelly, Dunaff. Thanks to all who support the monthly Club Iorras draw.MATCH “N” WIN: Thursday May 29th. No jackpot winner–numbers drawn: 9, 17, 20 & 23. €15 winners: Mary Doherty, 48 Riverside, Clonmany, Sadie Mc Laughlin, Tullagh, Mark Doherty (lackin), Magheramore, Danny Mc Conalogue, Tirmaine and Jack & Ciara Canny, C/o Porters, Collon, Carn. Jackpot next week €1,220. Thanks to all our lotto sellers and to all who support the club in this weekly draw. SUICIDE AWARENESS COURSE: There is a Positive Mental Health and Suicide Awareness Course being held in the Clonmany Community Centre on Saturday 13th June starting at 2pm. Any club coaches or club members interested in doing this training please contact David Hession on 0860538537 to book a place.U14: Our U14 played Carndonagh last week and had a comprehensive win by 9-14 to 0-04. Next game is away to Muff on Monday 8th June at 7pm.U12 GO GAMES: Urris are home to Malin on Tuesday night at 6.30pm.U6, U8 and U10 training every Friday evening in Straid from 4-5pm util further notice.KELLOGG’S CUL CAMP: GAA Cul Camp in Straid from Monday July 6th – 10th. Anyone wishing to book a place contact John Friel on 08605223550. BOOT EXCHANGE SCHEME: for Under-age players now up and running: In these times of financial constraints on families the club has introduced this exchange programme-old football boots in good condition that children have out grown can be dropped in or exchanged for a bigger/smaller pair as required. A minimum donation of €5 to the club for the boots that are taken away. Please contact Nichola Lagan on 0866030736 for further information . All boots can be dropped off at all Under-age training/matches now.CLUB BINGO: Bingo every Thursday night in St. Mary’s Hall at 9.00pm.GAA NEWS: URRIS EARN SUPER WIN OVER RED HUGHS IN DIVISION FOUR CLASH 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:GAANoticesSportURRISlast_img read more

Battle lines ready for next court nominee

first_imgWASHINGTON – President George W. Bush is expected to announce a new nominee for the Supreme Court today, and conservatives close to the White House said the leading candidates appeared to be federal appeals judges Samuel Alito and J. Michael Luttig. The expected nomination comes just four days after the withdrawal of Harriet Miers in the face of intense conservative opposition. Alito and Luttig both have strong conservative credentials and would be warmly welcomed by Bush’s political base. Others who were under consideration were federal judges Karen Williams, Priscilla Owen, Alice Batchelder and Michael McConnell, as well as Michigan Supreme Court Justice Maura Corrigan. A nominee perceived by Democrats as too conservative could provoke a bitter confirmation fight and possible filibuster, given the increasingly hardened positions over a woman’s right to have an abortion, the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “You have both sides poles apart and insistent on finding some answer to that question in advance of the hearing, which no one is entitled to,” said Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa. He cautioned factions on either side of the abortion issue to not expect the nominee to address the subject. “Guarantees are for used cars and washing machines, not for Supreme Court justices,” he said. Specter also said the president had decided not to take his suggestion that Bush ask retiring Sandra Day O’Connor to stay on for the full court term, which typically ends in June. “She’s willing to do so,” he said. Conservatives revile O’Connor for staking out moderate and practical positions on controversial issues. With the expectation that Bush probably will turn to a sitting judge, it was Alito’s name that was mentioned often on the Sunday talk shows. A judge on the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Alito has been dubbed “Scalito” or “Scalia-lite” by some lawyers because his judicial philosophy invites comparisons to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s. “That is not one of the names that I’ve suggested to the president,” Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., told “Late Edition” on CNN. “In fact, I’ve done the opposite. I think it would create a lot of problems.” Reid said Bush would be making a “mistake” were he to settle on a hard-liner simply to appease the far right in his party, especially after conservatives’ wrath undermined Miers’ nomination. To avoid a repeat of Miers’ failed bid, Bush’s nominee will need the support from conservatives that Miers lacked and backing from moderates to escape a Senate filibuster. American Values President Gary Bauer, a prominent conservative, said he would support a nominee such as Alito as well as federal appeals judges Janice Rogers Brown and Emilio Garza because they are proven conservatives who would strictly interpret the Constitution. “For me, the criteria has to be to find that individual that has the right philosophy and the right experience to get through a confirmation process,” Bauer said. “There are women that fit those characterizations. There are Hispanics, African-Americans.” Reid and other Democrats said that Bush, given his low poll numbers, should nominate a consensus candidate rather than someone selected specifically to rally his conservative base. “I think the American people can see through this so clearly. The president should come forward with some middle-of-the-road person, somebody that is going to be a good Supreme Court justice, not somebody that’s going to be writing the law from the bench,” Reid said on ABC’s “This Week.” Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., refused to rule out a Senate filibuster. The selection of someone with extreme views will not bode well “for the nomination, for the Supreme Court or for his presidency,” he told CBS’ “Face the Nation.” 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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