The newly-formed Pomeroon Farmers’ Association was on Monday gifted a 15 horsepower Power Tec outboard engine from the Pomeroon Oil Mill Inc.Alfro Alphonso and Sons Enterprises General Manager Eric Gomes handing over the engine to Pomeroon Farmers Association member Rudolph GarrawayHanding over the engine, Alfro Alphonso and Sons Enterprises General Manager Eric Gomes said that the company decided to assist the farmers in the Pomeroon River who could not afford to transport their produce to market at Charity. Accepting the donation, association member Rudolph Garraway said that the group was very pleased with the gesture, as it was a timely one and would be used to assist farmers to transport their produce to market at Charity. He said that the Pomeroon farmers, especially those living in the canals, were very poor and the Association was formed to bring some relief to them.
Former Donegal star and selector Damien Diver has accused Kerry of cynicism in the All-Ireland final between the two counties last September.Former Donegal GAA star and selector Damien Diver has accused Kerry of engaging in the darker arts of the game in last year’s All-Ireland Final.Diver also pointed out that Michael Murphy came in for special attention from the Kerry players and believes the Donegal captain doesn’t get the protection he deserves.Rory Gallagher takes his Donegal side to Kerry this weekend in a crucial Allianz National League encounter. The game a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland is sure to be a fiery affair and Diver’s comments will only add more fuel to it.Diver told the Irish Examiner, “There was a lot of off-the-ball stuff that wasn’t seen.“Michael doesn’t get a fair crack of the whip as far as referees are concerned just because he’s a big man. A free is a free no matter how big or small the player is.“I would say having been beaten by Tyrone a lot down through the years and Armagh didn’t help things and they (Kerry) changed their style and probably got more cynical that way. “Some of their tackling in the All-Ireland final was very cynical, like holding on a lot and stopping runners. They learned all of that through time.Diver praised Donegal’s disciplinary record over the years and said it’s exemplary.Diver said, “At no stage does a Donegal team go out to individualise players and take them out. The record of Donegal and their yellow, black and red cards speaks for itself.“Their discipline is unbelievable, that is what we have been preached and preached ourselves. Tackle the ball and nobody will get sent off. FORMER DONEGAL SELECTOR ACCUSES KERRY OF CYNICISM IN ALL-IRELAND FINAL was last modified: March 11th, 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:ALL-IRELAND FINALCyncismDamien DiverdonegalGAAKerryMichael MurphynewsSport