Thanks for your company – Gerry Murphy Welcome to our Sunday Sport MATCH TRACKER of the National Football League clash between Galway & Dublin from Pearse Stadium. 2pm. FULL TIME: GALWAY 0-13 DUBLIN 0-13This will whet the appetite for the League Final. That will be between the same two teams on April 1OMG! Heaney has leveled it!!!!!!!! Galway get their deserved draw. Galway 0-13 Dublin 0-138 minutes over time!And, they’re at it again….Dublin playing the ‘kill the game’ tactics. This looks shocking!Well in to added time!Black Card for Sean AndyFree in for Dublin….last minute……Cormac Costello gives Dublin lead. Dublin 0-13 Galway 0-12Dublin have got the leveler…..Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-12Ronan O’Beolan is tackled and holds on too long. Dublin point the free….just a point in it. Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-11Now, Sean Andy is poleaxed!……RED CARD…Eoghan O’Gara is sent offDamien Comer wins a ball for Galway. He is belted by a Dublin player….ref didn’t see it!?Niall Scully points a free after Galway turn the ball over. Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-10Five minutes of normal time remains. There will be a few minutes added to be sure!Philly McMahon & Eamonn Brannigan are booked.Referee talks to the linesman…..the crowd are on their feet.It’s all kicking off here……..Dublin look a bit rattled here!Oh oh oh! Johnny Heaney with the outside of the right….brilliant from Galway. Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-9Damien Comer makes his first impression on this game with a typical Damien score. Galway 0-11 Dublin 0-912 minutes to go here. A big few minutes for Galway!Galway foul out the field and it a free for Dublin from where the ball lands. Eoghan Kerin gets yellow card….John Small points the free. Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-9Johnny Cooper takes it on from distance and leaves just two between the sides. Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-819 minutes goneAnd now, Johnny Heaney is warming up……he replaces Peter Cooke11 minutes gone in the second halfDamien Comer is on for GalwayThis is getting tetchy…..Sean Andy O’Ceallaigh is pulled down by Dean Rock….BLACK CARD!Dublin are upping the ante……Ciaran Kilkenny finishes a move to close the gap further. Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-7Eamonn Brannigan comes on for Adrian Varley. Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-6First blood in the 2nd half for Dublin as Dean Rock kicks the pointJust over 10,000 spectators in Pearse StadiumBrian Fenton is on for Dublin. He has never lost a game when playing for Dublin. Is this the day?HALF TIME: Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-5Down the field Ciaran Kilkenny gets a chance and takes it. Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-5Straight from the kickout….Galway win it back…Peter Cooke over the bar. Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-4Another ball inside the Dublin defence….Barry McHugh has a chance..takes his point.Quick free from Paul Conroy in the direction of Adrian Varley….could have been a goal chance but it’s too far ahead of VarleyAfter what feels like an age Ciaran Kilkenny points for the Dubs. Galway 0-8 Dublin 0-4Yellow card: Paul ConroyYellow cards: Adrian Varley & Johnny Cooper25 minutes gonePaul Conroy robs the ball and sets up Gary O’Donnell……..thanks very much! Point. Galway 0-8 Dublin 0-3Dublin have owned the ball for long periods but are unable to break down the Galway cover.Another foul of Sean Armstrong. Up step Barry McHugh again and the result is another point for Galway. Galway 0-7 Dublin 0-3We have played 18 minutes of the first halfSean Armstrong is fouled off the ball and Barry McHugh taps it over off the hand. Galway 0-6 Dublin 0-3Paddy Andrews pegs one back from an acute angle. Galway 0-5 Dublin 0-3Peter Cooke and Shane Walsh launch two great points from out the field and in the blink of an eye Galway are 0-5 to Dublin’s 0-2Galway are playing with the wind and Barry McHugh has a chance from a 45. No bother to him! Galway 0-3 Dublin 0-2Adrian Varley gathers after the short kickout is intercepted. Galway are level.Dean Armstrong forces a free and Barry McHugh open the scoring for GalwayDublin lead by a point and Dean Rock has another free close in and makes it Dublin 0-2 Galway 0-0GAME ONGame is delayed by 10 minutes. Throw-in will now be at 2.10 pm.Unbeaten Galway welcome the All-Ireland Champions, Dublin who also have a 100% record in the league this year. It’s bitterly cold in Pearse Stadium with a stiff wind blowing towards the Threadneedle Road end.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
By Iacovos ConstantinouEven though there are still four rounds to go before the teams are split into two groups of six for the Cyprus football championship playoffs, there can be only one change in the groups as they stand now with AEL displacing Ermis Aradippou in sixth place. The two teams meet on Monday with home side Ermis hoping to put an end to their miserable run in recent weeks that has seen them drop from third to sixth in recent weeks.It will be a baptism of fire for their newly appointed coach, Mitchell van der Gaag, who arrived in Cyprus on Thursday and trained his players today Friday for the first time.At worst Ermis need to share the spoils on Monday as a defeat will see AEL leapfrog them into sixth place. AEL’s new coach Christophorou has done well since taking over but he will have to do without his most in-form striker, Marco Tagbajumi who is suspended for the game. Semo and Sardinero are the likely candidates to replace the Nigerian striker. The teams above Ermis and AEL have all seemingly easy fixtures this weekend as they face teams from the bottom half of the table.League leaders Apollonas are at home to relegation candidate Doxa Katokopias and anything other than a comprehensive win will be considered a surprise.The Limassol team have strengthened their defence with the acquisition of towering centre half Edwin Ouon while their star forward Guie Guie fired in six goals in his last five games.Doxa will need to perform at their best if they are to get anything out of this game.APOEL, who recorded their first league win in almost two months last week, will once again be without at least five first teamers against tough-tackling Ethnikos Achnas.Lanig is expected to partner Morais in the middle of the park while the other new APOEL recruit Nafiu may also get his first start.Ethnikos Achnas will be without the suspended Bezzera and Ogungbe and the injured Boyadjis and Francescou.Four days after thumping five past Ayia Napa in the Cup, Omonia return to the Tasos Markou stadium to face them in the league as favourites.However Omonia’s coach Kaiafas said after the Cup game that on Sunday it will be a completely different game. The same views were echoed by the Ayia Napa stand-in coach Savvas Theodorou who rested a number of players in the cup game.Anorthosis, who seem to have ‘locked’ a top-six finish, take on Nea Salamina in an all-Famagusta clash at the Antonis Papadopoulos while AEK face Othellos Athienou at the GSZ stadium.Saturday, February 7th : APOEL VS Ethnikos Achnas (17.00), Apollonas vs Doxa (18.00), AEK vs Othellos (19.00)Sunday, February 8th: Anorthosis vs Nea Salamina (16.00), Ayia Napa vs. Omonia (18.00)Monday, February 9th: Ermis Aradippou vs AEL (19.00)
A red hot Luis Suarez scored four goals and contributed three assists as Barcelona’s stuttering La Liga title charge sparked back to life with a spectacular 8-0 thrashing of Deportivo La Coruna on Wednesday.Atletico Madrid kept the pressure on Barca with a 1-0 win at Athletic Bilbao thanks to a first half header from Fernando Torres, although defender Diego Godin was forced off in the ninth minute with a suspected hamstring injury.Barca lead Atletico due to their superior head-to-head record, with both teams on 79 points with four games remaining. Third-placed Real Madrid kicked-off against Villarreal later on Wednesday.Three successive defeats had put the breaks on Barcelona’s title hopes but Uruguayan Suarez made sure the losing run would not continue when he gave Barca a two-goal cushion at the break by scoring in the 11th and 24th minutes.He then provided the cross for Ivan Rakitic to grab the third in the 48th. Suarez completed his hat-trick five minutes later and netted his fourth in the 64th. Lionel Messi, Marc Bartra and Neymar rounded off the scoring late on.Barca headed to Riazor without influential defender Gerard Pique in search of a first win in five league games.Suarez put them on their way by volleying home Rakitic’s corner from inside the six yard box, then added the second with a first time finish with the help of a stylish tee up from Messi.The former Liverpool striker laid on the cross for Rakitic to score on the half volley shortly after the break, and completed his treble thanks to another assist from Messi. Suarez’s fourth goal was scrappier, following his shot in on the rebound after being denied by Deportivo goalkeeper Manu.He then set up Messi to tap in from inside the box in the 73rd minute.Arguably the best goal was scored by defender Bartra, who was making just a fourth league start in the absence of Pique. The centre back powered his way through Deportivo’s defence and into the area before producing a confident finish into the far corner in the 79th minute.There was still time for Neymar to end his drought of five games without a goal, the Brazilian turning another pass by Suarez in at the near post.Torres scored for the fifth consecutive game in all competitions to give Atletico a fourth straight league win, heading in Antoine Griezmann’s chipped cross on 38 minutes.However, Atletico defender Godin could miss their next league game against Malaga and their Champions League semi-final first leg against Bayern Munich after hurting his hamstring, two weeks after recovering from a hamstring injury in the same leg.
Williams, who announced her engagement to Reddit social media site co-founder Alexis Ohanian last December, revealed Wednesday that she is having a baby, in a Snapchat photo with the caption “20 weeks.”If her timing was precise, it would mean Williams won the Australian Open, her 23rd Grand Slam crown to set an Open Era record, without dropping a set on January — while eight weeks pregnant.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnREAD: Serena Williams expecting baby this yearIt would also mean she could give birth during the US Open, which begins on August 28. MOST READ Kelly Bush Novak, Williams’ publicist, told AFP only that Serena “is expecting a baby this fall” and “looks forward to returning in 2018.”After the flurry of well-wishes, a question quickly came to the fore: can Williams, who turns 36 in September, return from having her first child and overtake Australia’s Margaret Court for the all-time record of 24 Grand Slam singles crowns?Moreover — would she even want to?READ: Serena beats Venus to win record 23rd Slam title“This is another one of those ultimate challenges for Serena Williams, say around the age of 37, to try and tie Margaret Court,” said Pam Shriver, a 1980s US tennis star-turned-commentator for ESPN.ADVERTISEMENT Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite Presidency bid needs ‘deep reflection’ – Sara Duterte ‘Anything is possible’While former rival Lindsay Davenport and onetime world number one Tracy Austin question her motivation to return after motherhood, Serena should have her chance to join the select group of mom Slam winners, and match Court’s all-time mark, sometime in 2018.“Anything is possible,” Shriver said. “A lot of it is up to Serena, how fit is she going to stay during the pregnancy.”Williams won the 2009 and 2010 Australian and Wimbledon crowns but stepped on broken glass in a Munich restaurant in July and missed almost a full year due to a pulmonary embolism.She won her next major at Wimbledon in 2012, launching a run of four Slam wins in six tries that set up “Serena Slam II” from the 2013 US Open through 2015 Wimbledon.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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What she has done in her 30s is more than any other tennis player.”Court was 29 when she gave birth to son Daniel in 1972 and the next year captured her final three Grand Slam titles, sweeping the Australian, French and US Open crowns.FighterWilliams has not backed down from challenges, injuries, age, controversy and tragedy in becoming the face of women’s tennis for most of the past two decades.She grew up in the crime-ridden Los Angeles suburb of Compton, learning the game she would come to dominate from her father Richard and practicing mainly against her older sister Venus.READ: Serena Williams shakes off rust for comeback winThey shunned the typical junior development circuit for work on their own, Venus drawing laughs when she said she expected to battle her sister for world number one — only to be proven correct in epic fashion.Serena’s storied WTA Tour career began at age 14 in 1995 in Quebec City.She then stunned top-ranked Martina Hingis to capture the 1999 US Open at age 17 for her first Grand Slam title, becoming only the second African-American woman to win a major crown after Althea Gibson.READ: Serena Williams engaged to Reddit co-founderWith success, though, came controversy. (FILES) This file photo taken on September 8, 2016 shows Serena Williams of the US reacting after winning a point against Karolina Pliskova of Czech Republic during their 2016 US Open Womens Singles semifinal match at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York.Tennis great Serena Williams hinted April 19, 2017 that she’s expecting her first child, posting a photo of herself on Snapchat captioned “20 weeks”. The photo, captured by US media, shows Williams in a yellow swimsuit with what appears to be a baby bump.Williams, 35, hasn’t played since beating her sister Venus in the final of the Australian Open in January to clinch a record 23rd Grand Slam singles title. / AFP PHOTO / Don EMMERTSerena Williams has spent her career defying the odds, winning 23 Grand Slam singles titles and becoming the oldest world number one at age 35.But now she will face perhaps the ultimate challenge — making a comeback after motherhood.ADVERTISEMENT Palace: Crisis over ABC-CBN franchise unlikely Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town On the edge of America, census begins in a tiny Alaska town In 2001 at Indian Wells, fans jeered Venus defaulting a semi-final to her younger sister and booed Serena in the subsequent final, which she won.Serena boycotted the event until 2015 as a result of the treatment, her father insisting racist remarks were made to him by spectators. ‘Serena Slam’Williams began the first “Serena Slam” in 2002 with wins at the French Open, Wimbledon and US Open and finished the feat at the 2003 Australian Open, defeating Venus in all four finals to join Court, Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova and Maureen Connolly as the only women to hold all four Slam titles simultaneously.Her run ended with a loss to Justine Henin in the French Open semi-finals, but she rebounded to win Wimbledon before undergoing quadriceps surgery to miss the US Open.Tragedy then struck in September 2003 when her half-sister and personal assistant, Yetunde Price, was killed in a drive-by shooting. 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Dear Editor,President Obama has ordered an investigation into Russia’s role in the recent Presidential elections. Shouldn’t President Obama also order an investigation into US role in Guyana’s general elections May 2015?The Democrats, quoting from a secret CIA report, assert that Russia (through its Intelligence Agency) influenced the outcome of the recent US Presidential elections causing the Republican Donald Trump to win the Presidency. The report, as carried in the Washington Post, claims that Russia’s aim was “to help Mr. Trump win and not just undermine the U.S. electoral process”.Republicans responded that there is no conclusive proof the Russians determined the outcome of the election. However, the Republicans condemn any purported outside interference in US elections without mentioning Russia by name.President elect Donald Trump rebuked the Democrats as well as the CIA report noting that the outcome of the election was long over, and that they should stop any investigations into the elections. Trump said it is time to move on. But President Obama has ordered an investigation into Russia’s interference in the elections “to protect the integrity of American elections”. How about protecting the integrity of Guyana’s elections?It is ironic that Obama is concerned about Russia’s interference in the elections when it is the same Obama Administration, through the US Embassy agents in Guyana, that interfered in Guyana’s May 2015 elections “to select” a winner. It is alleged that the US removed the de facto Indian PPP administration and replaced it with the African PNC led government. Ironically, PPP leaders supported Obama over Hilary Clinton in the 2008 Democrat nomination contest. The same Obama has removed the PPP leaders from office and replaced them with PNC leaders.The role of the US Embassy through CIA agents was to collect, evaluate and disseminate information to assist Obama and senior US government policymakers in making decisions about national security. The role of the Embassy, through the CIA, is also to engage in covert action at the president’s request. The Embassy determined that the PPP had to go and a plan was put into effect.Everyone knows that the CIA funded various covert operations in Guyana. The CIA historically funded the PNC as reported in NY Times. But more recently, it was the AFC and WPA affiliates that also got American funding to campaign against the PPP. The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, the Republican Institute, NED, and other US agencies channelled funds to them and affiliated NGOs to motivate PNC supporters to cast ballots.The PPP attacked the American funding organisations instead of working closely with them to fund PPP support groups to educate supporters on the importance of voting. The PPP looked for its trouble by attacking the US that justifiably removed it from office.The then US Acting Ambassador, Bryan Hunt, according to media reports, objected to recount of ballots in what was the closest democratic elections in Guyana’s history. Gecom which had agreed to a recount of ballots reversed course following Hunt’s objection to a recount. At a minimum, the PPP could have ended up with 33 seats in Parliament if a recount was done in Region 8 where the PPP lost by one vote with some 45 votes declared as spoilt – almost all in favour of PPP, according to observers and PPP counting agents.In Region 4 there were suspected counts and fake statements of poll that could not reliably determine final counts.In societies where elections tend not to be free and fair, as in Guyana, observers are needed to guarantee a democratic election. Thus, Guyana needs foreign (neutral) observers to ensure a fair election. Guyanese welcome international observers to ensure transparent, free and fair elections. But there should not be outside interference by powerful governments to determine the winner as the US Embassy did in Guyana in 1964 and 2015 to remove the PPP from office.It is also recorded facts that the US encouraged and funded rigged elections in Guyana to keep out the socialist PPP from office and to retain the pro-imperialist PNC in office between 1964 and 1992. The US had a change in heart in 1992 following the collapse of communism, ordering the PNC to hold democratic elections.The PNC did its best to rig the 1992 outcome but fell short and was forced to give up power although not without violent resistance attacking non-supporters. Obama should order an investigation into US role in the 2015 Guyana elections.Yours truly,Vishnu Bisram
1 Barcelona boss Luis Enrique Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has dismissed Lionel Messi’s late penalty miss against Manchester City and insisted his players can celebrate a job well done at the Etihad Stadium.The Spanish side were 2-1 winners against the Premier League side in the Champions League last 16 as Luis Suarez struck twice in the first half before Sergio Aguero grabbed one back for the hosts.Messi had the chance to give Barcelona a bigger lead with an injury time spot-kick only to see Joe Hart pull off a brilliant save.But Enrique has revealed the Argentine will retain penalty duties and praised the efforts of his charges.“We know penalties can be missed in this game of ours and he [Lionel Messi] will take the next one,” he said.“Tonight is a night to celebrate. The first half was fantastic from every player, every person on the pitch.“I can’t complain about the attitude of the players.”
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HE’S rapidly becoming known as on the county’s finest photographers.And here’s why Kei Patterson’s snaps have so many fans on the internet.Enjoy his early morning views of his native Dungloe. KEI PATTERSON’S INCREDIBLE DONEGAL NIGHT-TIME PIX was last modified: January 15th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:KEI PATTERSON’S INCREDIBLE DONEGAL NIGHT-TIME PIX
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California AdventureSL SCSL SCSL SCSL SCSL SCSL SCSL SC ShowSatSunMonTueWedThuFri For early admission, the parks will open one hour early for eligible guests at Disneyland Park Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday, and at Disney California Adventure Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Resort guests can take advantage of these hours every day of their stay for Extra Magic Hours, while guests eligible for Magic Mornings can use that benefit one day at Disneyland Park only. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is not available during early entry. Full park hours can be found by clicking on each date in the Crowd Calendar.There continue to be significant Passholder blockouts in effect this week. Flex reservations are available all days as this goes to press: Soundsational Parade2222222 Disneyland Forever1111111 PricePEAKPEAKPEAKPEAKPEAKPEAKPEAK Admission and HoursFor those of you buying tickets as day guests, single-day tickets are Peak Price ($149/$141) all week long. Regular park hours are as follows this week: SatSunMonTuesWedThurFri Share This!Passholders can buy refillable tumblers, and crowds start to return to normal as the summer of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge marches on! Read on to find out about this and more in this week’s Disneyland news.Special Events and NotesAs you know, we now have an official opening date for Rise of the Resistance at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: January 17, 2020. This revelation and apparent resignation that it is going to be a while before the land is complete seems to have brought some people back to the parks, and we’re starting to see crowds that are more like what we’re used to seeing this time of year. The situation remains very fluid, but we’re bringing our projections up from the 1s and 2s we’ve been seeing to higher numbers (see below). You can stay abreast of ALL of our Galaxy’s Edge coverage by bookmarking this link.In preparation for the Haunted Mansion’s 50th Anniversary celebration on August 9, Disney has opened a special exhibit in the Disney Gallery. It includes concept art, models, and artwork from this classic attraction.An opportunity for soda-loving Passholders has popped up at Disneyland. Disney is now offering collectible refillable tumblers to Passholders for $14.99, and they are available for purchase now through September 5, 2019 (while supplies last). These tumblers can be refilled for 99 cents with soda, regular coffee, hot tea, or hot chocolate at one of several locations throughout the resort. Check out this article from Disney for more details.As a reminder, the 25th Anniversary of The Lion King continues at Disney California Adventure through September 2. You’ll see storytellers; African song, dance, artwork, and crafts; and more at the Palisades Stage. Check here and your in-park times guide for more details. Also, the original Soarin’ Over California is available to experience through August 31, AND on Thursdays through July 31, Passholders will get an extra hour at the end of the night to experience it.Looking ahead, the Main Street Electrical Parade is making a return to Disneyland! Starting August 2, the popular parade will be running in the evenings through September 30. Also, tickets are now available for Disney’s new Halloween Party at California Adventure this fall — the Oogie Boogie Bash — including a dance party, treat trails, and special presentation of World of Color called “Villainous.” More details are available here.CrowdsAfter several weeks of historically low crowds, we’re starting to see people return to Disneyland. We had been seeing level 1 and 2 crowds, but this week has already brought 7 and 8 level crowds resort-wide. We’re projecting that trend to continue this week, particularly now that people know that they’ll be waiting until 2020 for Rise of the Resistance anyway. With that said, the only thing predictable about Disneyland crowds this year has been their unpredictability, so there certainly remain the possibility for the crowds to be unexpectedly high or low until we start to see more consistency.Adjustments to the crowd calendar will be ongoing throughout the summer. For the most up-to-date numbers, check out our Crowd Calendar.WeatherTemperatures will see highs in the mid-80s and lows in the 60s. There’s only a few slight chances of rain, and nothing that should really make a difference from a planning standpoint.As always, it’s wise to double check the weather as the day of your visit approaches. Check out the most up-to-date forecast here.ShowsDisneyland has a full slate of entertainment all week long. Detailed show schedules, including smaller diversions like The Dapper Dans, can be found here. Disneyland8-128-128-128-128-128-128-12 Fantasmic!2222222 Early EntryDLDCADCADLDCADLDCA World of Color1111111 SatSunMonTuesWedThurFri DisneylandSL SC DXSL SC DXSL SC DXSL SC DXSL SC DXSL SC DXSL SC DX California Adventure8-108-108-108-108-108-108-10 Key: SL: Southern California Select Annual Passport; SC: Southern California Annual Passport; DX: Deluxe Annual Passport; SG: Signature Annual PassportRefurbishmentsAt Disneyland Park, literally everything is open this week. Over at California Adventure, the Red Car Trolley is remains dark until next spring. As always, however, refurbishments can pop up unexpectedly, so check out our refurbishments page to make sure your favorite ride is still running, and for details on exactly what will be down and for how long.That should do it for this week’s news. Check back next week and every week to find out what’s coming down the pike. Got questions? Aware of anything else that prospective guests should know about? Let us know in the comments.