HOME MATCHES CONFIRMED KINGSTON (CMC): Jamaica Tallawahs have named Englishman Paul Nixon as their head coach for the upcoming Hero Caribbean Premier League campaign. Nixon, who led the Tallawahs to their capture of the inaugural title in 2013, replaces South African Mickey Arthur, who was earlier this month appointed Pakistan coach. “It’s great to be on board again. I’m very excited about the journey ahead. The squad that has been gathered ticks every box, and now it’s time to create some spirit and get an emotional buy-in from everyone,” the 45-year-old said. “When we get our thinking right and keep calm in the big moments, then we can make some magical memories for us all that will stay forever.” Nixon is a former England international, having played 19 one-day internationals and a single T20 International. Tallawahs general manager, Mohammad Khan, said he believed Nixon would partner well with captain Chris Gayle to bring success to the Kingston-based franchise. “We are proud to formally announce Paul Nixon as our head coach,” Mohammad Khan said. “Paul was one of many outstanding candidates interviewed by the Tallawahs, but, in the end, we believe that Paul alongside our captain, Chris Gayle, is best suited to take the franchise forward into the 2016 CPL season.” Nixon will have as his deputy Mark O’Donnell. Meanwhile, Tallawahs also confirmed their home matches for the new CPL campaign, which will see four contests being played from July 15-20, in the Jamaica capital. They open the Sabina Park leg against Guyana Amazon Warriors, face St Kitts and Nevis Patriots the following day, clash with Trinbago Knight Riders – formerly Trinidad Red Steel – on July 18 before closing out against 2014 champions Barbados Tridents. “Reflecting on last year’s electric atmosphere at home, we’re very much looking forward to once again defending Sabina Park and excite our passionate public with some strong performances,” Tallawahs co-owner and managing director, Manish Patel, said. “Our fans will enjoy watching the world-class established players, as well as the emerging local talent which includes the raw talent of Rovman Powell, who is the wild card in our 2016 squad. In addition, O’shane Thomas will no doubt excite those who have not seen him perform on the field.” Tallawahs also boast the likes of hometown boy Andre Russell, Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, South Africa’s Dale Steyn, and Sri Lanka legend Kumar Sangakkara.
“I find it really ironic that for five years, starting the first five years of his career in the PBA, you coached him and you nurtured him and the time comes you find a way to stop him. Before, you want to help him become a better player now, you want to stop him. As I said, it’s a mixed feeling, but I’m still happy for Paul. We worked hard for him to get to where he is right now.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano “I had a hard time. I got really confused. They threw different kinds of defenses at me,” he said.“Kenneth Ighalo started it and then, Alex Mallari and then in the end it was Kevin Alas. You really can’t assign just one person to defend Paul,” Guiao said. “It takes a lot of energy, it takes a lot of stamina to guard him that’s why I’m lucky we have the guys who made the sacrifice and Kevin was really a big part of that defensive rotation.”Guiao and Lee spent five seasons together at Rain or Shine where they also won a couple of championships. And with that familiarity, Guiao knows his former player we’ll be back much stronger in Game 2.“We tried to find ways how to control Paul and we actually succeeded, at least partly and we won the game. I know Paul. He knows we’re preparing hard for him so next game he’ll definitely try to bounce back so we have to be ready for him again,” Guiao said.Guiao drafted Lee as the second overall pick and guided him in his ascent as one of the league’s brightest stars.ADVERTISEMENT GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netThree nights before NLEX’s semifinals opener against Magnolia, coach Yeng Guiao described Paul Lee as the Road Warriors “biggest problem.”Heading into Game 2, the burden is now on Lee, who couldn’t get anything going in the Hotshots 88-87 loss on Saturday night in Game 1.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed 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 Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Jaja Santiago finds silver lining in NU’s straight set loss to La Salle “They had a great game plan against me. I need to figure out what I can do next game. I need to bounce back,” Lee admitted in Filipino. “I guess I didn’t prepare enough for this game.”Lee was held scoreless in the first half and had only eight points on 3-of-10 shooting from the field with five turnovers in 28 minutes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkThe 29-year-old Lee didn’t deny that NLEX’s defense disrupted him throughout the game.The Road Warriors smothered Lee with multiple defenders, starting with lanky forward Kenneth Ighalo and ending with fleet-footed Kevin Alas. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City View comments
The Royal Canadian Legion is hosting an appreciation night to honor local veterans.Major Dan Davies says people sometimes misinterpret the meaning of ‘veteran’. He says a veteran is defined as any person who is serving, or who has honourably served in the Armed Forces of Canada, the Commonwealth or its wartime allies; or who has served in the Merchant Navy or Ferry Command during wartime. [asset|aid=1262|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=26812751e6b0d956af34c8c8e14f2b25-Dan Davies 1_2_Pub.mp3]- Advertisement -The event starts at five P.M. on Saturday, April 25th. Davies says after the dinner, there will be a few presentations and the mayor will be there to give a speech. He says the dance afterwards will be a great time to reconnect with old friends or make new ones. [asset|aid=1263|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=26812751e6b0d956af34c8c8e14f2b25-Dan Davies 2_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisement Davies says these veterans not only fought in wars, but helped with crisis here in Canada. He says soldiers helped with the ice storm and Manitoba floods. [asset|aid=1264|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=34fe7b3482ae465f7fe38fb478263464-Dan Davies 3_1_Pub.mp3]He says if the event is successful this year, he would like to see it become a yearly tradition. Tickets cost 20 dollars for members of the public and 15 dollars for legion members. The event is free for all veterans. Advertisement Davies encourages everyone to RSVP to the event. For more information and to RSVP, call the Legion at 250-785-3917.
Compton High’s boys basketball team will host Mater Dei at Dominguez High Tuesday night, while Artesia is tentatively scheduled to take on the Dominguez Dons at Mayfair High in the CIF Southern Section I-AA semifinals. “We’re going to play the game at Dominguez,” Compton coach Tony Thomas said Sunday afternoon in a text message. Artesia coach Loren Grover said he hopes to receive confirmation this morning that the Pioneers’ game with Dominguez will be played at Mayfair, which, like Artesia, is a member of the Suburban League. In the I-A division, Los Alamitos will play its semifinal against Martin Luther King of Riverside at Citrus Hill High in Perris. – Frank Burlison 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Graham Hunter, talkSPORT’s go-to man on all things Spanish football, brings talkSPORT the latest on Lionel Messi’s future.Messi is said to be growing increasingly unhappy at the Nou Camp amid reports of a fall-out with manager Luis Enrique and Manchester City and Chelsea are being linked with sensational moves for the Argentine superstar.But, speaking on the Hawksbee and Jacobs show, Hunter claims it will take an astronomical sum in the region of €200million for a club to stand any chance of prising him away.
1 West Brom midfielder Chris Brunt celebrates West Bromwich Albion boosted their Premier League survival hopes by stunning Manchester United with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford, which in turn leaves the Reds Devils’ top four place under threat.It was a typical Tony Pulis style performance from the Baggies, who restricted the hosts’ creativity with some dogged defending.You felt that it would be a slice of luck to decide it, and it went West Brom’s way as Chris Brunt’s 64th minute free-kick was deflected past David de Gea off defender Jonas Olsson, who claimed the goal.And fortune remained with Pulis’ side moments later when, as United ramped up the pressure, Robin van Persie saw a penalty kick brilliantly saved by Boaz Myhil, who later produced a miraculous stop to deny the Dutchman once again.Louis van Gaal threw on record signing Angel di Maria and Radamel Falcao in the closing stages, but the pair failed to make the necessary impact to turn it around, as the Red Devils slumped to a third successive defeat to remain just four points above fifth place Liverpool.Van Gaal conceded that his side just weren’t at the races last weekend as they fell to a dreadful 3-0 defeat at Everton, and, despite a noticeable improvement, the United stars again cut frustrated figures as they struggled to break down the bullish Baggies.Clear goalscoring opportunities were at a premium in a cagey first half, with United registering ten shots but only landing three on target, and those were easily gobbled up by the in-form Myhill.Van Persie, returning from a nine-game absence and starting his first game since February, was the focal point of the Reds Devils’ attack but showed his rustiness when he shot wide with the goal at his mercy.After a few early openings, with Ashley Young also firing over the bar, it all went quiet at Old Trafford until after the break when the Baggies snatched the lead with one for the dubious goals panel.Young defender Paddy McNair took out former United man Darren Fletcher on the edge of the box, and Brunt’s resulting free-kick hit the wall but snuck through into the net past a hopelessly wrong-footed De Gea.Only minutes passed, however, before United were gifted the chance for an equaliser from the penalty spot, with Baggies players surrounding the referee after Saido Berahino was adjudged to have handled the ball in an attempt to block a cross.But the opportunity was wasted by Van Persie, who stepped up and had his arrowed strike brilliantly saved by Myhill.The miss seemed to spark United to life, though McNair was next to be guilty of a shocking miss as he nodded wide from mere yards out.Still they kept pushing forward in the final ten minutes in search of a crucial equaliser, but Myhill proved the saviour for the Baggies with a series of fine saves amid a flurry of late chances for the hosts.The Welshman received a standing ovation from visiting fans after pulling off a phenomenal save to deny a wicked volley from Van Persie, darting down to his left to get a paw to the Dutchman’s deflected strike.And the goalkeeper was on hand again moments later to tip a fierce drive from Di Maria, who otherwise endured a torrid cameo, over the crossbar.West Brom’s penalty area was under siege in the remaining moments, but a familiar park-the-bus display again reaped the rewards, as the Baggies rise seven points clear of the drop with three games to play.
REVEALED That video is the most irresponsible thing involving Patrice Evra since David Moyes gave him 90 minutes against Salah, Mané and Firmino at the age of 36— Tom Victor (@tomvictor) November 21, 2018 Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions But who could’ve known his sensual approach to life extended to raw meat?The 37-year-old later wrote in response to all the negative reaction: “Guys, enjoy your lives – stop being boring. And to all the vegan people, I don’t say anything when you are eating all the grass in my garden. Leave it for the cows, they need to eat as well!”However, F1 champion Lewis Hamilton could not hide his bemusement, commenting: “Not gonna lie, this is pretty weird.”And he wasn’t the only one freaked out, with the video sparking mass disgust on social media.We don’t love this game anymore. That Patrice Evra chicken video is one of the worst things I’ve ever seen— Michael Blair (@michael13blair) November 21, 2018 1 BEST OF Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Breaking News: Patrice Evra will have Salmonella this time tomorrow 😷 pic.twitter.com/F7Id49oJEZ— Stephen R Power (@racingblogger) November 21, 2018 It’s all fun and games until Patrice Evra spanks a chicken. Please be warned: what you are about to see can never be unseen.Evra’s Instagram page hit a new level of weirdness on Wednesday as he posted a video of himself licking, kissing, biting and slapping a raw chicken.The video, in which he genuinely attempts to seduce raw poultry to the sound of ‘Slow Motion’ by Kirko Bangz, ends with him shouting: “I love this game! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!”Meanwhile, the caption on his post reads: “I know it’s tomorrow but for mister #ilovethisgame it’s Thanksgiving everyday.”Seriously, can someone check on him?The former Manchester United star has become famous for his wacky Instagram videos and, in fairness, they’re usually great.We’ve seen him imitating Bob Marley and singing Marvin Gaye with Paul Pogba, with his catchphrase ‘I LOVE THIS GAME’ becoming something of a cultural slogan. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury REVEALED The video has horrified his followers on Instagram Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? huge blow Latest Football News Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move RANKED Come on then, footballers you’ve seen licking, kissing, biting and slapping a raw chicken.1. Patrice Evra…. https://t.co/2DBimCQvpw— Max Rushden (@maxrushden) November 21, 2018 That video of Evra and the raw chicken is grim 😷— Ram (@ramj235) November 21, 2018 no dice MONEY ADVICE
DDTV: GAOTH DOBHAIR priest An tAth. Brian Ó Fearraigh spoke out this weekend on the austerity taxes facing the people of Co Donegal – and told them to resist pressure to pay.Father Ó Fearraigh addressed a huge crowd in Letterkenny on Saturday afternoon.Gardai claimed around 1,500 people were there – organisers said it was around 2,500. Donegaldaily.com estimated the crowd at around 2,000.Our video features part of Father Ó Fearraigh’s speech, which was greeted by huge cheers from the crowd. It’s thought around 80% of Donegal people still haven’t registered to pay the €100 household tax.But Father Ó Fearraigh said it wasn’t just about that tax; but about other taxes too.You can read his entire speech, delivered in Irish and in English, below:A Chairde,Today marks a very important milestone for the Can’t Pay Won’t Pay Campaign and indeed for everyone who oppose the austerity measures that are being imposed upon us. Because today, we are standing up, a people united. Over the last few months, people have gathered in small groups and in larger crowds for meetings in town halls, in community centers and various other places through out the county and further afield, to speak out against these measures, and on a weekly basis, effective protests have been held on the streets of local towns and villages. Again today, we are having our say, as we stand united – and our message is concise, our message is clear, and our message is very simple – Enough is enough, as we loudly and clearly say: Can’t Pay Won’t Pay.Today we have gathered, from the N, S, E, and W. We arrive here today united. United in the one common cause of opposing and most importantly, defeating these unjust and immoral charges. Advertisement From the North we have come here today to say: No, to these unjust and unfair chargesFrom the South we have come here today to say: SCRAP these unjust and unfair chargesFrom the East we have come here today to say: ENOUGH is ENOUGHFrom the West we have come here today to say: WE the people – Cannot pay and will not pay these unjust and unfair charges. Advertisement But most importantly, are saying WE the people will over-come these unfair charges, that are being place as a heavy imposition upon the shoulders of householders, on individuals and families who are already struggleing as things are. Householders and people who are unable to pay, Householders and people who are struggling with mortgage repayments, Householders and people who are struggling to pay a litany of bills from energy bills, medication costs and health care, education bills, insurance bills, food – the Litany goes on and the sad fact is, that this litany is a reality for many many people in communities the length and breath of our county and indeed our country.Today as we march together, we are acting locally, knowing that we are being heard nationally. Our voices, will loudly reverberate, not only through the Hills and Glens of Donegal, but further afield and through the entire country all the way through to the corridors of those who govern us, with that very strong a very clear and a very precise message, namely; Can’t Pay Won’t Pay these charges.I feel that our unity here today is sending a clear message to Minister Hogan, and that message is; Minister Hogan now is the time to Perform or Perish, the choice is yours!By Perform, I mean, please listen and pay heed to the will and the actions of the vast majority of people of this country, who have not and by the looks of it, will not sign up and register or subscribe and to these highly unpopular and regressive stealth charges. Pay heed and rescind these unjust charges, which are nothing short of a heavy imposition upon the people whom you serve.By Perish, I mean, now is the time to repeal these unjust charges, or failing such, come next election, face the wrath of the Irish people who are losing all confidence in your ability to govern us responsibly.People have been threatened with fines, penalties, charges and with bullyboy tactics, and we know that this is the reality of opposing these unjust charges. However, Minister Hogan, we wish to say that these do not terrify the people anymore. Why? Because we contrast these, to the soft handling of the white-collar criminal millionaires, those, as we all know, who have absolutely plundered and destroyed our country and its economy! What do we see, for far too long, no banker or businessman being brought to task. So these intimadatory antics from you, only make people stronger and more steadfast in their efforts, and solidify our resistance. We are no longer scared. We want you to Feel OUR anger, see our anger, hear our anger, as we stand united in the common cause of Justice, equality and fairness, for all the citizens of this island.In hearing about the small number of people who have to date registered in comparison to the vast majority who have not; It appears that Minister Hogan is in serious trouble, and that’s trouble with a capital T, in relation to his regressive charges. For, the actions of the vast majority of the people, in deciding not to sign up and pay these charges, are nothing short of a direct challenge and indeed undermine the Minister’s authority, as he presses ahead with these hugely unpopular charges, and we all know that is certainly dangerous territory for any Minister.By pressing ahead with these unjust charges, I feel that the basic human dignity of the Irish people is being undermined. Undermined and damaged, in that people are being treated as objects, rater than valuable citizens with great potential. Objects from which to extract the greatest possible amount of money in order to pay for the wreckless gambling of self-centered speculators. The big hand of the State is being put into our pockets, not once, not twice but far to many times. Why? In order to make the people cough up, whilst we are being told, but; ’You are not responsible for this crisis’ that we find ourselves in. Is that fair, no it’s not. Is that just, no, it most certainly is not. Especially, when no due regard or attention is being paid to the crippling effects that such charges have and will have on our humanity, on families on individuals.Householders and individuals are being penalized by these harsh austerity measure. While greedy and reckless and faceless Bondholders are being rewarded. These people, whose incompetence has brought our country to it’s knees, are being raised up and REWARDED, while home owners and individuals citizens of this state are being brought to their knees and DEPRIVED, and that is wrong. That is injustice at its worst, that is immoral.A chairde,Seo anois an t-ám le bheith ceilí agus siosmaideach agus le seasamh níos daingne le chéile. Creidim go bhfuil na cánacha cáidheacha seo chánacha tí, séarachais agus uisce le cáineadh go láidir.Mar atá a fhios againn uilig go maith, tá neart daoine agus mol mór teaghlaigh amuigh ansin, á bhfuil an bhróg ag teannadh orthu. Tá neart daoine ag streachailt mar ata sé; ag íoc billí maireachtála, Oideachais, morgaistí agus ar aile agus a bhfuil imní orthu agus gur cúis buartha díofa na cánacha úra seo atáthar a chur mar chloch mhuillean orthu.Tá teaghlaigh agus daoine atá ar an ghann chuid agus ag streachailt cheana féin agus nach bhfuil agus nach mbeidh ábalta na táillí seo a íoc? Agus sin ceann de na fáthanna a bhfuil mé féín páirteach san fheacthas seo – I ndairíre, cha dtiocfadh liom ach gan seasamh a ghlacadh ar an cheist seo.Ma chuirtear a bhreis anuas orthu, dhéanfar, daor aicme ar fad díofa, rud nach bhfuil sásúil, nach bhfuil ceart ná coir, no fiú mórálach ar chor ar bith sa lá ata inniu ann.Tá cuid mhór taffant agus go leor bagairtí déanta agus a ndéanamh orainn féin agus ar mhuintir na tíre seo le tamalt anuas anois agus thig linn a bheith cinnte do, go leanfaidh sin ar aghaidh ón Rialtas. Ach, mar atá a fhios againn uilig, cha dtig leis an taffant, na barairtí sin, na briathartha maslacha da gcuid, muid féin nó ár Spiorad a lubadh nó a bhriseadh.Tá muid inár seasamh anseo inniú a chairde agus seasann muid an fód aontaithe – Ní neart go cur le chéile – Tá muid ag labhairt amach, agus ag labhairt lenár gcuid cósa ag sin, agus muid ar na sraideacha, go direach mar atá na mílte daoine eile fud fad na tíre seo. Gulainn ar ghulainn, agus I measc na spriocanna atá againn nó go bhfuil muid ag iarraí teachtaireacht láidir a chur ón Chearnóg seo chuig lucht Rialtais, sé sin – Stadaigí den Slád. Stadaigí de na buillí, mí mhórálach agus na táillí éagóracha seo atá sibh ag brú ar phobal agus ar chosmhuintir na tíre seo, pobal agus daoine atá faoi mhí-bhuntáiste cheanna féin, agus ag streachail ar chuid mhór bealaigh mar atá sé.Tá muid tinn dubh tuirseach de na cáineacha éagóracha seo, de bheartais gáthair, agus briathara bréagacha, a deir go bhfuil gá agus fedhm leis na cáineacha seo le seirbhisí cuí a chur ar fáil…amaidí, amaidí aagus níos mó amaidí. Na cuirigí cloch mhuillean eile ar ár muineál, agus ar mhuineál ár muintire ata ag streachailt – rud a dhéanfaidh iad, a bhádh ar fad i dtobar an éadóchais, ach tabharaigí ceannrodaíocht agus dóchas dúinn.Chan amháin go bhfuil ár gcuid seoltaí tógtha againn, ach tá ár mbreatacha tógtha agus níos cumhachtaí, tá ár nguthanna tógatha againn agus aontaithe ag seasamh an fód le chéile, agus tá an Ard ghaoithe ceart linn lénar dteachtaireacht a iompar a fhad leis an cluasa a chaitheas éisteacht. I ainm Dé, na tabhairaigí cluas bhódhar níos mó dár nguth. Caithfear a chinntiú, nach ndéanfaidh an deor dheiridh a dhiúl asainn mar dhaoine, ach a mhalairt ar fad, go mbeidh an Rialtas sásta tacú agus cuidiú linn, saol a bheith again, in ait a bheith níos doimhne i bhfiacha.In conclusion: When I hear the word BONDHOLDER– I’m not too sure what to think. But what I do know, is that we can and have, become BOND MAKERS. We have become makers of bonds of solidarity with one another in the face of these unjust charges. And we are strengthening these bonds of solidarity in the face of great adversity. However, our Government, and let’s be clear – our Gov is not showing solidarity – but rather are chocking the people, whom they ought to serve, and they are doing this, by tying this millstone of unfair taxes and unjust charges on peoples necks.Today clearly demonstrates our sense of social solidarity and our concern for each other. We need, and let’s demand exactly the same thing from our Leaders and our elected representatives, be they here in DCC or Dáil Eíreann or Seanad Eireann– what we need is a more concrete sense of solidarity and of standing with the people, shoulder to shoulder and not standing or stamping the people underfoot. You all know that these charges are affecting, individuals, families, communities, the length and breath of this county and country. So many of us here today, so many people, so many individual stories. Let our voices be heard.Finally, it was once said that ‘there is only one way to succeed in anything and that is to give it everything.’ Standing here today, we give it our all, in order to ensure that these regressive and unjust charges are defeated and in the words of a fellow campaigner in Falcarragh recently, To ensure these charges are relegated to the septic tank of history. Why? Because they bring nothing but, hardship and difficulty, stress and poverty go leor.We, the people say: No to household charges. We the people say: No to water charges, We the people say no to septic tank registration fees. We the people say: We Can’t Pay won’t Pay DDTV VIDEO NEWS: FULL SPEECH OF FATHER O’FEARRAIGH TO ‘CAN’T PAY, WON’T PAY’ RALLY was last modified: March 25th, 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:DDTV VIDEO NEWS: FULL SPEECH OF FATHER O’FEARRAIGH TO ‘CAN’T PAYWON’T PAY’ RALLY
PETER PASTOORThe death has occurred of Peter Pastoor, East Port, Ballyshannon. Reposing at John McGee & Sons Funeral Home, Belleck Rd, Ballyshannon today, Monday, from 4pm to 8pm. Removal tomorrow, Tuesday, at 10.30am to St. Joseph’s Church, The Rock, Ballyshannon for Requiem Mass at 11am. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. House private please.MARGARET ‘MAGGIE’ ELLISON The death has occurred of Margaret ‘Maggie’ Ellison, St John’s Point, Dunkineely. Reposing at the home of her daughter Marian Brady, The Lighthouse, Dunkineely. Removal tomorrow, Tuesday, at 10.15am to the Church of Ss. Joseph and Conal, Bruckless for Requiem Mass at 11am. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. House private on the morning of the funeral, please. Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to Donegal Community Hospital.MICHEAL DOHERTYThe death has taken place of Michael Doherty, Eoghanon, Magheraclogher, Derrybeg, Gaoth Dobhair. His remains are reposing at his late residence. His remains are reposing at his late residence. Funeral Mass will take place on Wednesday at 11am in Derrybeg. House is private please from 11pm to 10am.FRANCIE MONAGHAN The death has occurred at Donegal Community Hospital of Francie Monaghan, Dromlonagher, Donegal Town. Remains reposing at the residence of his nephew Marcus Monaghan, Clar road, Donegal Town. Removal from his nephew’s residence tomorrow, Tuesday, at 10.45am to St Patrick’s Church, for 11am Funeral Mass. Burial afterwards in St Agatha’s Cemetery, Clar. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if so desired to the hospice ward, DonegalCommunity Hospital in care of any family member. House is strictly private on the morning of the funeral.JIMMY CARLINThe death has occurred at St Joseph’s Hospital, Stranorlar of Jimmy Carlin, 92 Ard McCool, Stranorlar and formerly of Gortness, Cloghan. His remains are reposing at his sister Nora Dullaghan’s home, Tievebrack, Castlefin. Funeral from there on Wednesday at 10am for Requiem Mass in St Mary’s Church, Stranorlar at 11am with interment in Kiltyvogue Cemetery, Glenfin. Family time from 11pm – 10am. Sadly missed by his sisters Nora and Annie, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.NUALA CULLENThe death has taken place at her home of Nuala Cullen, Gortlee, Letterkenny. Funeral from there on Wednesday at 10.30am going to the Church of the Irish Martyrs for 11am Funeral Mass.Interment afterwards to Conwal Cemetery. Family time please from 11pm to 10am. DEREK ROULSTONThe death has taken place at Letterkenny General Hospital of Derek Roulston Lower Ardagh St Johnston. Remains are reposing at his residence. Funeral from there tomorrow, Tuesday, at 2pm for Service in St Johnston Presbyterian Church. Burial afterwards in the Family plot. Family time from 11pm to 11am and on the morning of the funeral. Family flowers only. Donations if desired to coronary care unit or St Johnston Presbyterian Church c/o Gibson Funeral directors Convoy.DAN DOHERTYThe death has taken place of Dan Doherty, Magheralosk, Bunbeg, Gaoth Dobhair. Remains reposing at his residence. Removal tomorrow, Tuesday, going to St Mary’s Church, Derrybeg for Requiem Mass at 11am. Interment afterwards to Magheragallon Cemetery. House private from 12 midnight to 10am. DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2012 was last modified: April 16th, 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:2012APRIL 16DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR MONDAY
Donegal’s attempts to break the world record for the most number of Paddys in one place is to feature on Tonight’s Late Late Show.Organisers are to reveal details of the novel plan to RTE host Ryan Tubridy on the show.And Donegal Daily can reveal that there is to be a real Donegal treat for everyone in the audience. In keeping with the surprise element of the show, we’re sworn to secrecy about the giveaway.All we can say is that the local tourist body will be delighted with the Late Late Show surprise!The Twin Towns of Ballybofey and Stranorlar is the setting for the record attempt for the most number of people called Paddy.Other versions of the name including Pauric, Pat and Patricia will be accepted for the record attempt for St Patrick’s Day. Organisers say they need a total of 1,070 Paddys or Patricias to beat the current record which was set in Dubai in 2005 when 1,096 Muhammads gathered.The Guinness Book of World Records has set down strict guidelines to make sure it is a genuine world record attempt.Entrants must bring a copy of their birth certificate to prove their name and variations of the name Paddy must be agreed beforehand by organisers.The event, which is called “We’re Counting On You Paddy”, is part of the Twin Towns Gathering Project.One of the organisers, Kathy Taaffe, said the record attempt will be hosted at the Finn Valley Athletics Centre by Irish Olympic Team manager Patsy McGonagle. “It’s going to be a great day but we need to get the message out there to all those Paddys, Pats and Patricias that we need their support.“It’s just a bit of fun but it’s on St.Patrick’s Day and there will be a real party atmosphere.“We’ll try and get a few famous Paddys but a thousand plus people with the same name or close to it, is no easy task,” she said.Any Paddys, Pats, Padraigs, Patricias or Tricias interested in a great day out can go to the Facebook Page ‘We’re Counting On You Paddy.’ LATE LATE SHOW TO GET BEHIND DONEGAL’S WORLD RECORD ‘PADDY’ ATTEMPT was last modified: March 16th, 2013 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:BallybofeyLate Late ShowPaddyStranorlar