Indigenous students at the Mahaicony dormitory in Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice) can now focus on their upcoming examinations, as the problems associated with the lack of adequate food has been alleviated. Guyana Times was informed that on Monday, food supplies such as chicken, eggs, sausages and vegetables were transported to the facility which houses 20 students; all from the Indigenous community of Moraikabi, located some 10km up the Mahaicony River.The publication understands that “officials” promised that these supplies will be delivered on a weekly basis. This publication was further informed that these officials are expected to visit the facility some time soon.The students who are currently residing at the facility range in age from 12-16 and currently attend Mahaicony, Hope, Belladrum, Novar and Bygeval Secondary Schools. Four of the 20 are in preparations for their CXC examinations.Two weeks ago, 25 pounds of fish, one bag of potatoes and a quantity of sausages were supplied to the dormitory. On Saturday night, all that remained however was some of the potatoes, which was insufficient to feed the 22 residents, inclusive of the two guardians.Guyana Times had reported on Sunday that even though the current batch of students moved into the facilities in October, there were deteriorating conditions at the premises which needed to be addressed. It was revealed that one side of the compound’s fence was damaged and repairs were also needed to the piping system.Information reaching this newspaper indicated that officials from the region and the Education Ministry visited the facility over three weeks ago and promised that the many concerns raised would be addressed.
National U19 team visited Kakata for a series of games— Players demand promises made to them during the county meetThe 2018-19 Annual County was touted to be the best ever since the tournament began in 1956 with the involvement of Orange Liberia, but the failure by the Bomi County Sports Association to live up to the promises made to their players and resulted into an event that took place on Wednesday, March 4, left much to be desired.A group of young men and women claiming to be playing members of the Margibi County soccer and kickball teams blocked Monrovia-Kakata Highway, near the small bridge at the Booker Washington Institute, according to Mr. Mason Saweler, insisting that every vehicle should pay LD1,000.Mr. Saweler is the president of the Liberia National Handball Association (LNHA), who led the national U-19 female team to play a series of games against teams from Bong, Margibi, and Montserrado counties as a consolation for the team’s inability to have gone by road to Niger for the IHF Zone 3 Handball Tournament.Saweler told the Daily Observer in a telephone interview yesterday that the young people were adamant on their demands, claiming that Margibi County Sports Association owed them U$250 each.“They could not see reason as vehicles piled up against each other on Kakata Highway,” Saweler said.He noted that as the situation deepened, police officers who were called to the scene could not be of no help. “It was a sad scene as police officers who came on the scene just turned out to watch the scene as if it was a movie,” he said.Saweler added that he did not hear any report of injuries during the commotion but the young people refused even when they were informed that a funeral procession was on its way towards Gbarnga.“I was afraid for the team I took to Kakata and their counterparts,” Saweler said. “It was a dangerous situation.”Saweler noted that in the end, a collection of LD1,000 each from the many vehicles stranded was made and at least close to LD6,000 was handed over to the leader of the group.He said when they suggested to the group to contact the county superintendent’s office with their grievance, a spokesman said that they tried but no one listened to their plea, and therefore they chose to take the law into their hands.Saweler said the situation lasted for at least three hours and he and his group were able to leave Kakata for Monrovia at 2:00 PM.There has been no official response to the youth’s action and Saweler said the dangerous part of the event was that even police officers were not prepared enough to bring the situation under control.“It was a sad story as police officers just stood there as the young people held everyone hostage,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
GECOM’s chairmanship… as civil society finds difficulty in identifying candidatesCivil society is finding much difficulty in identifying candidates to President David Granger’s likings since his criteria disqualifies any form of activists and makes demands outside of the constitutional requirement relative to the appointment of a new Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM).Questions are also being raised about the legality of the criteria outlined by the President.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo and members of the PPP engage members of the religious community during consultations on TuesdayOpposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on March 16 received a letter from the President advising on his opinion with regard to the qualities that the candidates should possess.The search for a new Chairman has been a rollercoaster ride given the different interpretations between the Leader of the Opposition and the President on the relevant section of the Constitution of Guyana which outlines the selection process for a new Chairman of GECOM.President Granger had rejected Jagdeo’s first list of nominees for the post on the basis that the candidates were not “fit and proper”.Following weeks of impasse, Jagdeo finally agreed to return to the drawing board and submit a new list of nominees.Having studied the information provided by the President, the Opposition Leader consulted with civil society bodies which had participated in the first round of consultations in December 2016.Jagdeo, on March 21, met 55 representatives of 33 civil society organisations which included leaders of the Christian, Hindu and Muslim faiths; Private Sector, the Guyana Trades Union Congress and Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana; Amerindian organisations and the National Toshaos Council; the Indian Arrival Committee and the Justice Institute.According to a statement from the Leader of the Opposition’s Office, President Granger’s letter was shared with the representatives but they found it challenging to come up with candidates who would fulfil all of the criteria.“In fact, persons doubted if the President himself could find anyone who fulfilled his own criteria. Some wondered what were the reasons for the President making the range for selection so extraordinarily restrictive,” the statement read.According to the President’s criteria, the candidate should be qualified to be a Judge of the High Court or an Attorney for a minimum of seven years.In the absence of those requirements, the President said any other “fit and proper person” should be deemed to have wide electoral knowledge and capable of handling electoral matters since he/she is qualified to exercise unlimited jurisdiction in civil matters.That person should not be an activist in any form; gender, racial or religious nor should that person have any political affiliation or should not belong to any political party in any form, apparent or hidden.That person must be able to discharge his/her functions neutrally, between the two opposing parties, as he or she would have done in court between two opposing litigants. Here, the President appears to be making it a requirement for the candidate to have practiced in a court.Additionally, the person must be able to discharge the functions without fear or favour; will not allow any person or organisation to influence him or her to compromise his or her neutrality.The President also said that person should have a general character of honesty, integrity, faithfulness and diligence in the discharge of their duty as Chairman of GECOM.According to the statement issued by the Opposition Leader’s Office, the criteria were considered as “an imposition on the Constitution which makes no such demands.”The statement said most disconcerting was the stipulation that the candidate must not be an activist in any form.“(It) was thought to be discriminatory and violated the anti-discrimination articles of the Constitution,” the statement explained.During the consultations, Jagdeo said he had grave reservations on the legality and constitutionality of these criteria outlined by the President.In fact, he expressed his intention to bring these concerns to the attention of the Head of State.Nonetheless, the Opposition Leader said he remains committed to submitting six more names as requested. He urged civil society bodies to respond with recommendations for the post by March 27.
A man and his wife were attacked and robbed by armed bandits after they were trailed from a bank on the West Coast of Demerara.Ramadhar and Prampattie Singh of Windsor Forest, both of whom are 51 years old, are now left counting their losses, which are in the sum of $1 million. According to information reaching Guyana Times, after withdrawing the money from the bank at Vreed-en-Hoop, the couple were trailed by the gunmen, who waited for the opportune moment to strike.This publication understands that the duo had just arrived at their residence when they were pounced upon by the gunmen, who managed to cart off the cash along with other belongings their victims were carrying at the time.Ramadhar was in the process of removing their bags from the taxi in which they returned home when two gunmen on a CG motorcycle reportedly rode up, discharged a round in the air, and held the couple at gunpoint.They relieved Ramadhar of the money he had in his possession, while they snatched a handbag from his wife as well as her cellular phone. The gunmen then jumped onto their motorcycle and make good their escape.Shortly affect the attack, the still traumatised couple reported the matter to the Police, and an investigation has started.
The athletes taking part in the event for the Fort St. John Dragons were Mike Gregoire, Brooklyn Jodoin, Jack Peterson, Josh Morgan, Evan Morgan, Riley Lagadyn, Ashton Ragan, Brenda Baumeister, Kinden Lock, Tyler Webster, Payden Ziegler, Caleb Ragan, Allyson Knight, JoAnne Rondeau, Conor Soule, Vlad Korepanov, Macklin Hollman, Carson Bowler, and Colton Bowler.The Dragons will have ample time to prepare for their next tournament which will be in Edmonton once again the weekend of November 9. President of the Taekwondo Society Brenda Baumeister says she was thrilled to see so many people make the trip for the tournament and was happy with the success they had.“It was absolutely awesome. We had a great turnout. The kids worked really, really hard,” she explains. “Mike Gregoire is our head instructor and I know that he expressed that he was pleased with the outcome, excited to see the kids and how well they worked. It’s pretty exciting when you know that those are the students that you’re helping out.”Allyson Knight was one of the students taking part in the event. She says it was a fun weekend for all who took part with a wide range of people at the tournament- Advertisement -“The weekend was really successful. Almost everyone medalled, everyone had tons of fun,” she says. “We start at five years old all the way up to adults. We have a wide range of people. Taekwondo is for everyone.”Knight, now 15, says that she decided to give the sport a try and enjoys all the things it has to offer, including working with younger students.“I started taekwondo when I was four, and just loved it ever since,” she states. “I enjoy the tournaments a lot; it’s my favourite part. I also enjoy helping teach the younger kids; it’s one of my favourite things.”Advertisement
1 Manchester United have made a final bid of £39million for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, according to Tuttosport.The Chile international has been heavily linked to United throughout the summer and it appears the Premier League giants have now submitted a take it or leave offer for the 27-year-old.Serie A champions Juve have no desire to sell Vidal, who has been a key component of their side since joining in 2011.However, the player’s ambitions may yet allow the deal to take place, with Vidal eager to join up with new United boss Louis van Gaal.If Vidal were to head to United he would be the club’s second midfield signing of the summer, after they paid £29m for Athletic Bilbao’s Ander Herrera. Juventus star Arturo Vidal
@VictorWanyama of @SpursOfficial called on me at Capitol Hill sq. I urged him to mentor other young Kenyans to follow his footsteps and lift the standards of football in the country. pic.twitter.com/MY8taG5ld4— Raila Odinga (@RailaOdinga) June 19, 2018“Sky is the limit for our youth but as a country we need to do more promotions. I don’t believe there is better talent in other African coteries that in Kenya. We have seen what other countries have been able to achieve now Kenyans are just spectators when some of the best players are on show in Russia for the World Cup,” Raila stated.Raila said Kenya has immense talent and has what it takes to qualify for 2022 World Cup. Photo/COURTESYRaila added that, “a player like Victor (Wanyama) should not be here, he should have been in Moscow, Russia playing but unfortunately Kenya is not there. I want to see this as a challenge and ensure that the next World Cup in Qatar Kenyan team will be there playing,” he challenged.Wanyama, who is in the country after the conclusion of the season that saw his English Premier League side Tottenham finish third and qualify for next summer’s UEFA Champions League, advised upcoming footballers to maintain discipline.“I’m happy to visit the Hon Raila, he is a football fan, we hear him talk about football and he gives us advice and we follow. He is someone who knows football well. My advice to young players is not to give up, be discipline keep working hard because with discipline you will go far, talent is nothing without discipline,” Wanyama advised.Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga presented Victor Wanyama Joe Kadenge’s book. Photo/COURTESYWanyama presented an autographed Tottenham Hotspur jersey to Raila and in turn the former Prime Minister handed the midfield maestro legendary Joe Kadenge’s book.“I have also in turn given him (Wanyama) this book by one of the most celebrated soccer players, in this book Joe Kadenge has chronicled his life story and about history of Kenyan soccer from the 50s, 60s, 80s 90s up to today, I have written four words for this book. So I am giving this as a souvenir to Victor so that he can have opportunity when he has little time from training to read what has happen and the role of his father Noah Wanyama played in the Kenya soccer.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Harambee Stars captain and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama on Tuesday paid a courtesy call to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Photo/COURTESYNAIROBI, Kenya, June 19 – National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga has challenged Harambee stars to ensure they qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup that will be hosted in Qatar.Odinga, who was speaking on Tuesday morning when hosting Harambee Stars captain and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama at his office, said Kenya has immense talent in soccer compared to other African countries. “I m very happy and proud of him (Victor Wanyama), he came to pay me a courtesy call so we have been talking about soccer generally. We like what he is doing which is to encouraging our other young aspiring soccer players to rise to the heights that he has risen,” the former Prime Minister said.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Valley residents are urged by the city of Los Angeles to recycle their Christmas trees at one of several local drop-off sites. “The results are the conservation of limited landfill space and the recycling of green renewable resources,” said Cynthia Ruiz, president of the Board of Public Works. “Mayor (Antonio) Villaraigosa and the city are very appreciative that every year, more members of the public take responsibility to recycle their trees and take a pro-active role in making Los Angeles cleaner, greener and safer.” Residents with city-issued green yard-trimming bins can cut up their trees and place them in the bins for pickup by the Bureau of Sanitation. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonMultifamily and apartment residents without the green bins are urged to use one of the drop-off sites between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Jan. 5 and 6. Excess holiday wrapping paper and packaging materials will also be accepted, said Enrique Zaldivar, director of the Bureau of Sanitation. Last year, about 80,000 Christmas trees were recycled in Los Angeles. — Branford Park, 13300 Branford St., Arleta; — Fire Station No. 21, 1187 E. 52nd St., Avalon; — Rancho Cienega Recreation Center, 5001 Rodeo Road, Baldwin Hills; — Hollenbeck Recreation Center, 415 S. St. Louis St., Boyle Heights; — Fire Station No. 106, 23004 Roscoe Blvd., Canoga Park; — Fire Station No. 44, 1410 Cypress Ave., Cypress Park; — Chatsworth Park South, 22360 Devonshire St., Chatsworth; — Fire Station No. 94, 4470 Coliseum St., Crenshaw District; — Balboa Sports Center, 17015 Burbank Blvd., Encino; — Fire Station No. 108, 12520 Mulholland Drive, Franklin Canyon; — Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park, 25820 Vermont Ave., Harbor City; — Highland Park Senior Citizen Center, 6152 N. Figueroa St., Highland Park; — Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood; — Fire Station No. 82, 1800 N. Bronson, Hollywood; — Cheviot Hill Recreation Center, 2551 Motor Ave., Los Angeles; — Fire Station No. 29, 4029 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles; — Fire Station No. 64, 118 W. 108th St., Los Angeles; — Fire Station No. 71, 107 S. Beverly Glen Blvd., Los Angeles; — Los Angeles Zoo, 5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles; — Westchester Municipal Building, 7166 Manchester Ave., Los Angeles; — Fire Station No. 28, 11641 Corbin Ave., Porter Ranch; — Fire Station No. 112, 444 S. Harbor Blvd., San Pedro; — Fire Station No. 88, 5101 Sepulveda Blvd., Sherman Oaks; — Sunland Recreation Center, 8651 Foothill Blvd., Sunland; — Fire Station No. 77, 9224 Sunland Blvd., Sun Valley; — Sylmar Recreation Center, 13109 Borden Ave., Sylmar; — Fire Station No. 63, 1930 Shell Ave., Venice; and — Fire Station No. 65, 1801 E. Century Blvd., Watts.
“He’s a real genuine athlete; there’s no doubt about it,” Richardson said. “Even the way he woke up from anesthesia – he was very much the athlete waking up from general anesthesia. “Getting the horse up is a big step, but it is not the last step,” Richardson said. “Horses with this type of injury are very susceptible to lots of other problems, including infection at the site.” Horses are often euthanized after serious leg injuries because circulation problems and deadly disease are common if they are unable to distribute weight on all fours.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinals“I feel much more comfortable now,” trainer Michael Matz said afterward. “I feel at least he has a chance.” Unbeaten and a serious contender for the Triple Crown, Barbaro broke down Saturday only a few hundred yards into the 1 3-16-mile Preakness. The record crowd of 118,402 watched in shock as Barbaro veered sideways with his right leg flaring out grotesquely. Jockey Edgar Prado pulled the powerful colt to a halt, jumped off and awaited medical assistance. Barbaro sustained a broken cannon bone above the ankle, a broken sesamoid bone behind the ankle and a broken long pastern bone below the ankle. The fetlock joint – the ankle – was dislocated. Richardson said the pastern bone was shattered in “20-plus pieces.” The bones were put in place to fuse the joint by inserting a plate and 23 screws to repair damage so severe that most horses would not be able to survive it. When he came out of surgery, Barbaro was lifted by sling and placed on a raft in a pool of water so he could calmly awake from the anesthetic. When he went back to his stall, he was wearing a cast from just below the hock to the hoof. KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. – Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro underwent more than five hours of surgery Sunday to repair three broken bones in his right rear leg and afterward “practically jogged back to the stall,” the colt’s surgeon said. His survival, however, is still 50-50. At this moment “he is extremely comfortable in the leg,” said Dr. Dean Richardson, who stressed before the marathon procedure that he has never worked on so many catastrophic injuries to one horse. Barbaro sustained life- threatening injuries at the Preakness Stakes on Saturday when he broke bones above and below his right rear ankle. His surgery began around 1 p.m. Sunday at the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center for Large Animals. Although the operation was successful, Richardson warned that Barbaro was far from home free. He said it was still “a coin toss” whether the strapping 3-year-old colt would survive what had been termed catastrophic injuries.
The club note with sadness the tragic passing of Martin Williamson recently in the United States. Martin played on the 1980 All-Ireland winning De La Salle team. He also played county minor football for Donegal as well as lining out with Aodh Ruadh. A memorial service will be held when his ashes return home at some point in the New Year. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal.FootballThe Ulster championship and league winning county minors are being honoured at a function this Friday night at the Villa Rose Hotel in Ballybofey where Donegal County Board will host a presentation night for the squad. Tickets for Friday’s event are priced at €25 and available to order from the club or through the County Administrator, Noreen Doherty, at email@example.com. There was a big crowd present at Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh on Sunday for the closing stages of the 2016 Bakery Cup. The semi-finals saw some great football being played. Eugene Doherty’s team got the better of Shane Brady’s side on the bottom pitch, while on the top pitch Mark McGlynn’s side prevailed against Senan Rooney’s men. The final saw Eugene Doherty’s side delivering an excellent team performance to take victory against Mark McGlynn’s outfit and claim the Bakery Cup, one of the oldest underage trophies in the country. There was a great spread upstairs in the Aras afterwards where presentations were made and some of the competition’s long history relived. We have a great gallery of pictures from the Bakery Cup up on aodhruadh.org.The fourth week of play in the under 10 Ballyshannon Shoe Company winter league took place last Friday and, after two great games of football, the finals pairings were decided. In the Plate final Team B captained by Eoin Doogan will play Team D captained by Morgan McNamee. That game will throw in at 6.15pm. Players should be up at Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh for 6pm. The Cup Final sees Team A captained by Michael Keown play Team C captained by Finn Coady. That game throws in at 7pm, with players to be up at 6.45pm. We will have presentations up in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh afterwards so parents / guardians are asked to help by supplying refreshments and behind the hatch in the Aras. Remember, all players are to bring €1 to cover the cost of the lights.Advance notice of the Bord na nÓg AGM which will take place on Wednesday, 23rd November at 8pm in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh. LadiesThe Ladies AGM takes place this Saturday 19th November at 6pm in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh. We will be looking back over the year just past and making plans for 2017. All with an interest in Ladies football in Ballyshannon are invited to attend.HurlingThe senior hurlers are staging their table quiz in Owen Roe’s this Thursday November 17th. A good night of craic guaranteed.Juvenile Hurling AGM will take place on Tuesday 29th November at 8pm. It will be a review of 2016 and a look forward to 2017. All interested in underage hurling are asked to attend. At the moment we are fielding six underage teams. There is a lot of work involved for the small, hard-working committee and we would encourage some new blood to get involved. Nobody needs to be afraid of being forced to take a job. Come along on the night and hear how the underage hurling season went in 2016. You never know you, might want to get involved. As the saying goes, many hands make light work. Anyone who can’t make the meeting, but feels like getting involved is asked to contact John Rooney 086-2587793.Our annual Christmas quiz will take place in Owen Roe’s on Thursday 15th December. Always a good night of fun and craic. Scór na nÓgBest of luck to all club members taking part in the county semi-final of Scór na nÓg this Friday in the St John Bosco Centre in Donegal town. Competiton starts at 7.30pm. Amy Carney will be taking part in the Aithriseoireacht / Scéalaíocht section under the guidance of her teacher Áine Roper. Beth Flood, Laoise Kelly, Clodagh O’Connor and Lauren McHugh are joining forces for the Tráth na gCesiteanna and have been well coached by Eamon Martin Maguire. Our Ceol Uirlise group will also be taking part led by Seamus Sweeney. They include Fódhla Sheerin, Daithí Sheerin, Eoin Summerville, Sean Branley and Elyssa Finnegan.Many thanks to those who have helped the children get ready for what promises to be a great night, and hopefully qaulification for the county final.RIP 2017 National Club DrawTickets are on sale now for the National Club Draw priced €10. Once again there’s a serious line-up of prizes. Donegal County Board is also making a prize fund of €2,500 available which will stay within the county. All funds raised by club members go to Aodh Ruadh. The club will also have prizes for those who buy tickets from club members and we will details of those in due course. The full list of national prizes is detailed below.A new Opel Corsa.Trip with the 2017 All-Stars.(Two persons, All-Ireland Football Final tickets, All-Stars banquet tickets, tour and airline tickets and accommodation.)Travel voucher to the value of €1,500.All-Ireland Hurling and Football Final Corporate Package 2017.(Two persons. Corporate hospitality and Two nights accommodation with one evening meal for both weekends.)All-Ireland Hurling and Football Final Package 2017.(Two persons. Premium tickets and overnight accommodation.)6 . All-Ireland Hurling and Football Final Package 2017.(Two persons. Premium tickets and overnight accommodation.)All-Ireland Hurling and Football Final Package 2017.(Two persons. Premium tickets and overnight accommodation.)All-Ireland Hurling and Football Final Package 2017.(Two persons. Premium tickets and overnight accommodation.)Shopping voucher to the value of €1,000 at a retailer of your choice.Shopping voucher to the value of €1,000 at a retailer of your choice.All-Ireland Hurling Final Corporate Package 2017.(Two persons. Corporate hospitality and Two nights accommodation with one evening meal.)All-Ireland Football Final Corporate Package 2017.(Two Persons. Corporate hospitality and Two nights accommodation with one evening meal.)All-Ireland Hurling Final Package 2017.(Two persons. Premium tickets, overnight accommodation with an evening meal.)All-Ireland Football Final Package 2017.(Two persons. Premium tickets, overnight accommodation with an evening meal.)Remember, all funds raised will be retained by Aodh Ruadh. The draw takes place on Wednesday 8th March 2017. For further details, terms and conditions see www.gaa.ie/nationalclubdraw.Abbey Centre BingoLast week’s €400 jackpot was won by Mary B Kerrigan of Ballyshannon. There was no winner of the winter snowball so it now stands at €250 on 45 numbers or less. Bingo as usual at 9pm on Friday at the Abbey Centre. Books cost just €10 for 11 gamesAodh Ruadh LottoThere was no winner of last week’s Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot of €7,100. The winning numbers drawn were 1, 2, 3, 14, 15 and 16. In the lucky dip €20 went to Anthony McGlynn c/o McGinley’s; Ben and Mary Dorrian, College Street; Martin Flanagan, Brollagh; Anthony Coughlin, Erne Dale Heights; and Manus Conlon, Wardtown. Next draw is in McGinley’s with a jackpot of €7,200 on Sunday at 8.30pm. Tickets are now available in the following outlets: Seán Óg’s, The Market House, Dicey Reilly’s, The Limit, Pat’s Bar, The Bridgend, Owen Roe’s, Fin McCool’s, The Lantern, McGinley’s, Pearse O’Neill’s, McCosker’s Centra and Kernan’s Spar and at the weekly and weekly bingo in the Abbey Centre. If not in, you can’t win!The lotto team for McCosker’s Centra Saturday is: BORD NA NÓG.You can receive the club notes by e-mail every Tuesday morning. To subscribe, enter your details on the website, www.aodhruadh.org, or e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.Aodh Ruadh express sadness following tragic passing of former player in the USA was last modified: November 15th, 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:Aodh RuadhGAASport