Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “It will be more than one and less than 48,” Walton said of how many minutes James might play.At practice earlier this week James indicated that even with a new team he didn’t think he needed too much pre-season action at this stage of his career.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“I don’t need pre-season games to get ready,” he said.James played just one pre-season game last year for the Cleveland Cavaliers as he recovered from a left ankle injury. Over the past three years he has made just six pre-season appearances. LATEST STORIES 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 Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Ateneo jeers serve as motivation for UST, Ayo: ‘It will help us’ Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Members of the media follow Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James (23) during media day at the NBA basketball team’s practice facility Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, in El Segundo, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers fans will get a first chance to see newly acquired superstar LeBron James playing in the team’s purple and gold in a pre-season game on Sunday — but if they blink they could miss it.Lakers head coach Luke Walton confirmed in comments on the team’s website on Saturday that four time NBA Most Valuable Player James will play in the exhibition opener against the Denver Nuggets in San Diego.ADVERTISEMENT James, 33, joined the Lakers in July on a four-year, $154 million deal sealed just weeks after his Cavs were beaten by the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals for the third time in four years.He arrives in Los Angeles with the Lakers desperately trying to regain their former glory after several years of decline. The Lakers have failed to make the playoffs for five straight seasons.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ View comments
A head teacher has blamed “misguided hysteria” about Ebola for the cancellation of a school visit by a nine-year-old boy from Sierra Leone.Kofi Mason-Sesay had been due to attend classes this month at St Simon’s Catholic Primary School in Stockport.The boy, who has studied there during previous visits to England with his mother, does not have the disease and the head teacher said, she had obtained public health reassurances. But some parents expressed their fears.In a letter to parents, St. Simon’s head teacher, Elizabeth Inman wrote: “It is with great sadness that we decided to cancel the visit; the misguided hysteria emerging is extremely disappointing, distracting us from our core purpose of educating your children and [it] is not an environment that I would wish a visitor to experience.”In a later statement she added: “It is unfortunate that some misplaced anxiety and misinformation about Ebola, amongst a small group of parents, has been circulated amongst the wider parent body.”The school has sought, and received, assurances from the relevant health agencies that the visit would pose no risk to health.”Despite these assurances, this has not alleviated the concerns of the group, leading to the cancellation.”The boy’s mother Miriam Mason-Sesay, who works for the UK charity EducAid in Sierra Leone, told BBC Radio 5 live she had not been near any Ebola patients. The head teacher has proposed that parents donate to EducAid in recognition of Ms. Mason-Sesay’s work.Public Health England said on last Tuesday there were no to introduce Ebola screening for people visiting the UK.Dr Brian McCloskey, director of global health, said: “If an Ebola case is repatriated to, or detected in, the UK they would receive appropriate treatment in an isolation unit, with all appropriate protocols promptly activated.” Ebola FactsSource: NHS and WHOPeople can catch Ebola if they are in direct contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person or animal.Early symptoms include fever, muscle pain, headache and sore throat. This is followed by vomiting, diarrhea and bleeding, sometimes from the eyes and mouth.The current outbreak started in March in west Africa, where the worst-affected countries include Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, which is now the hardest hit.There is no licensed Ebola vaccine but treatments are in developmentPeople can catch Ebola when they come into contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person. The virus has no known cure, but some affected people have recovered.The current outbreak has a mortality rate of about 70 percent.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The two teams last butted heads January 13, when the Huskies fell 4-3 in overtime, a vast improvement from the previous score of 11-3 the last time they met. After that loss the Huskies’ record against Peace River is an abysmal 0-3-0-1, and the pups have been outshot 26-12. The Navigators currently sit in first place in the NWJHL with 58 points in 31 games, while the Huskies sit back in fourth, with 35 points in 32 games. The Huskies are coming off successful last weekend, in which they outscored the second-to-last placed team, the Beverlodge Blades, 13-2. This weekend starts on Saturday, February 4 at 5:30 p.m. and continues Sunday, February 5 at 12:30 p.m., both games at the North Peace Arena.- Advertisement –
Local and provincial dignitaries signed five Treaty 8 agreements on Thursday afternoon. – Advertisement – The goal of the agreements is to provide collaborative planning, management and operation of Treaty 8 lands between the First Nations and the province. [asset|aid=2283|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=6e509e14861710d4ae4bbde6574f880e-Liz Logan 1_3_Pub.mp3] Treaty 8 Tribal Chief Liz Logan says the partnership has been in the works for the past six years. Photo: Energy Minister Blair Lekstrom signs one of the agreements at the Treaty 8 headquarters in Fort St. John on Thursday. (L-R) Chief Norman Davis, Chief Lynette Tsakoza, Minister George Abbott, Chief Roland Willson and Energy Minister Blair Lekstrom – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca The other agreements include a Government-to-Government protocol, Parks Collaborative Management, Wildlife Collaborative Management, and Strategic Land and Resource Planning. Advertisement Logan hopes that the next four agreements will be signed by April of 2010. [asset|aid=2282|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=6e509e14861710d4ae4bbde6574f880e-Abbott 1_2_Pub.mp3] Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, George Abbot, says the signed documents are a stepping stone for both the parties. Four of the agreements are new, while the ‘Economic Benefits Agreement’ had to be amended after Fort Nelson First Nations withdrew its position.Nothing has been changed in the amended agreement, other than the fact that Fort Nelson is no long a part of it. Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Blair Lekstrom also attended the event…. Advertisement [asset|aid=2284|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=6e509e14861710d4ae4bbde6574f880e-Blair Lekstrom 1_6_Pub.mp3] Upon signing the Amended Economics Benefits Agreement, the Province presented Treaty 8 with a cheque for more than $3.9 million. Chief Lynette Tsakoza from the Prophet River First Nation, Chief Norman Davis from the Doig River First Nation, and Chief Roland Willson from the West Moberly First Nations took part in the historic signing. For more information on each agreement, visit the Provincial Government’s information page by Clicking Here.
September is BC Disability Employment month, and was recently embraced by City Council in an approved proclamation at Monday’s meeting.Today, Minister of Social Development and Social Innovation Michelle Stilwell spoke at a luncheon, urging more employers to consider hiring people with disabilities.She also visited work places that already practice inclusive hiring, including Safeway, Homesteader Health Food Store, and Pacific Western Transit.- Advertisement -Local wheelchair advocate Lori Slater was the MC of the event, and introduced Stilwell to the crowd. Stilwell also met with members the Spinal Cord Society today, with whom Slater is a Peer Program Coordinator.Stilwell is also the MLA for the Parksville-Qualicum riding, and a former paralympic athlete – having competed in the London 2012 Paralympic games.By 2024, Stilwell wants BC to lead the country in the number of people with disabilities it has employed.Advertisement To help reach this vision, the BC government is a partner with the Neil Squire Society, with programs such as technology@work, which provides people with disabilities with the technology they need to work.“I certainly know that, for many people with disabilities, assistant technology is really what makes the greatest impact in their day to day life,” she said. “I’m speaking the truth because I’m one of those individuals with a disability.”Government is providing $9 million over the next three years to the Neil Squire Society to help fund more assisted technology for employees who need them.
Emmanuel Frimpong looked happy to join Barnsley last January 4 Do you remember how happy Emmanuel Frimpong looked when he left Arsenal for Barnsley?Gunners academy graduate Frimpong was sold in January 2014 and did not seem entirely thrilled by his new surroundings and we can only imagine his mood has worsened following his move to Russia.And now Aaron Lennon has been trying to perfect the Frimpong pout when he was unveiled by Everton, who have taken him on loan from Tottenham for the rest of the season. Similarly Robert Huth was clearly pleased with his move from Stoke to Leicester, also on loan. 4 4 4
Bairnsfather didn’t expect anyone to be shopping for jewelry so soon after the hurricane – the city was mostly empty and covered in debris. But because more than 90 percent of Faget’s business is local, the only chance of survival was to reopen. As a show of support, Bairnsfather’s mother came to buy a ring on reopening day – and found a line, each customer hungry for the fleur-de-lis. By the time the second of the three stores opened Oct. 28, the line at that store in a suburban mall was so long it wound around the shop and customers were asked to take a number. The third shop has yet to reopen, but even with just two in circulation, Mignon Faget sold over 20,000 fleur-de-lis pieces in 2005, five times the number she sold the year before in her New Orleans shops and on the company’s Web site. Of late, each piece has had its own renaissance. In the four months since reopening, the company has sold 4,903 fleur-de-lis pendants, ranging in price from $35 to $145, compared with 1,280 in the same period a year ago. Faget sold 151 fleur-de-lis brooches, retailing for $275, compared with 46 in the same four-month window in 2004. And 1,392 dangling flower earrings, versus 510 a year ago. They sell for between $95 and $300. Faget has been able to hire back all but a handful of employees, one fleur-de-lis at a time. And the company donated 10 percent of all fleur-de-lis product sales through the end of 2005 to the city’s reconstruction effort. “People seem to want to hug New Orleans right now, and this is one way they can do it. It’s almost like a patriotism toward the city,” said Arthur Hardy, 59, an expert on the city’s culture. Customers returned to Mignon Faget stores with tales laced with loss, hoping the silver or gold flower would fill a void. A policeman bought a fleur-de-lis necklace for his wife to make up for a birthday missed during the post-Katrina maelstrom. A woman wanted to replace pieces she’d been collecting since childhood, lost when her home in Chalmette was drowned by flood water and crude oil. The demand for fleur-de-lis jewelry is spilling over to other jewelers in the city, many of whom say they can’t keep up with demand. “It’s been an explosion. We’ve tripled our sales of the fleur-de-lis,” said Brandy Whisnant, who with her husband owns Wellington & Co. in the French Quarter, which sells its own fleur-de-lis bracelet, pendant and cuff-link designs. Symmetry, a high-end jeweler that’s made fleur-de-lis cuff links for Saints players in the past, had its best Christmas ever, all due to the fleur-de-lis, said owner Richard Mathis. For the 72-year-old Faget, the flower, which she’s used as a motif since the 1970s, has taken on new significance. “We read on the Internet that the fleur-de-lis was born from the tears of Eve when she was driven from the Garden of Eden,” she said. “We decided this city is our own personal Garden of Eden.” 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 MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “People want to wear it as a badge of courage,” said Faget, whose family settled in the city in the 1700s. “It has never been more meaningful to us.” Faget (pronounced fah-ZHAY) fled the city one day before the storm, barely taking time to board up her three stores and lock the jewelry in a vault at the company’s business offices, a former bank building. Away from New Orleans, she considered filing for bankruptcy. She needn’t have worried. Though looters made off with cheaper pieces left in the downtown store, they never broke into the vault, where Faget’s treasures survived the storm unscathed. Using a laptop bought at a store along her evacuation route, the company’s vice president, Virginia Saussy Bairnsfather, 39, began fashioning an amateur advertisement for the local newspaper, announcing the reopening of the flagship store on fashionable Magazine Street on Oct. 12. NEW ORLEANS – Every New Orleans lady, or so it’s said, owns at least one piece of Mignon Faget jewelry – adornment as central to a lady’s wardrobe in this city as a piece from Tiffany & Co. in New York. But after Hurricane Katrina made landfall Aug. 29, destroying huge swathes of the city and dispersing her clientele, Faget was forced to lay off 72 of her 80 employees. She assumed her business would fold. Instead, she’s thrived, almost entirely because her signature motif on necklaces, brooches, earrings and bracelets is the fleur-de-lis – a stylized lily with three petals drawn together at its base. The symbol of New Orleans adorns everything from the mayor’s business card to city trash cans, to the football uniforms of the New Orleans Saints. As New Orleans struggles to rebuild, the fleur-de-lis, originally bestowed on the city by its French settlers, has become a unifying symbol – and the anchor of the Faget business.
.P.Dolan, PGA Professional at Nevada Bob’s in Elvery Sports, Letterkenny, purchasing a book of tickets from Letterkenny Golf Club committee member Gerry O’ Sullivanto enter a club draw for Free membership of Letterkenny Golf Club. Watching, from left is Paddy Mc Groarty and, on right, Pauric Mc Granahan, sales assistants, Elvery Sports.Monday 12th was another milestone for the club’s Junior members when they took part in Mr. Barry Ramsay’s President’s Prize for Juniors.Coming out on top with a narrow victory was Evan Mc Croary  who, with the help of a birdie at 14th and 24pts on back nine, returned an impressive 40pts overall to win his first “major”.Following closely in second was Caolan Friel  on 38pts and in third place was Ruari Lafferty  with 37pts. Cat.4 President’s Prize was James Tourish  on 36pts and gross prize on the day was won by Matthew Curley  with 34 gross pts. Wed. 14th the club hosted the David Johnstone sponsored Open and taking the honours was Malachy Dunleavy  with 45pts. Despite a bogey at 1st, Malachy recorded three birdies for 24pts on front nine and with two unfortunate double bogeys on back nine, was still able to return a score of three over 75 gross. In second place with a magnificent 44pts was Cat. 4 member Sean Gilroy  who, with the help of birdie at 13th, managed a remarkabe 25pts on back nine to beat Eugene Griffin  on BOT.A worthy mention of the sponsor himself who missed out on his own prizes by just one point.Sat. 17th saw the much anticipated Mr. Barry Ramsay’s President’s Prize of which the format was the ever-popular V.PAR. Topping the leaderboard on this prestigious occasion was Cat. 2 handicapper Brian Mc Aleer  who beat the Barnhill course 6 up. Having bogeyed the first, Brian answered with seven straight pars and two consecutive birdies at 12th and 13th and despite blanks at 16th and 18th, still managed to win by one shot.In runner-up spot was Michael Forde  on 5 up.Despite a disastrous start of blank, Michael steadied th ship and with birdies at 10th and 16th, pipped third placed Johnny Moore  by one shot also. Johnny’s score of 4 up included birdie at 16th and triple bogey at 17th. Sunday 18th club confined was dominated by three Juniors, the future of Lretterkenny Golf Club. In top spot was the ever impressive Junior Cup tea member Johnny Deeney  recording a magnificent one over par 73 gross. With birdies at 4th, 8th and 14th, Johnny’s level par back nine gave him 40pts in total. In second place was Odhran Davis  with 39pts, whose birdie at 18th was enough to pip the ever-present Christopher Duffy  on BOT. Christopher’s birdies at 3rd, 4th and 13th would have helped him to first place but for an uncharacteristic double bogey at 15th.Members are reminded that the club’s tickets for FREE membership are now on sale, all proceeds going to on-course development.Tickets are available from committee members.Rules of Golf: Disputes and Decisions: [Rule 34]Stroke-Play: In stroke-play, a penalty decision must not be rescinded, modified or imposed after the competition has ended. A competition is closed when the result has been officially announced. [Exceptions apply] Pic Caption:J.P.Dolan, PGA Professional at Nevada Bob’s in Elvery Sports, Letterkenny, purchasing a book of tickets from Letterkenny Golf Club committee member Gerry O’ Sullivanto enter a club draw for Free membership of Letterkenny Golf Club. Watching, from left is Paddy Mc Groarty and, on right, Pauric Mc Granahan, sales assistants, Elvery Sports.GOLF NEWS – LETTERKENNY HOSTS PRESIDENT’S PRIZE FOR JUNIORS was last modified: August 19th, 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:Letterkenny Golf Club notes
Snow-covered roads at Ballyare outside Ramelton this morning.UPDATED 12.10pm: Drivers are warned to exercise extreme caution following a fall of snow across the county this morning.Warnings are coming in off heavy snow falling across Inishowen including Carndonagh and Buncrana. Other areas being affected include Creeslough and Milford.Met Eireann has warned the falls are the first of what could be a number in the next two days as temperatures plummet. Snowfalls overnight were washed away by rain but further snow just before rush-hour caused some delays for motorists.Although most roads are passable, motorists have been warned that there is ice in many places and to drive carefully and at a reasonable speed.Met Eireann has issued an orange weather alert with Donegal and Leitrim expected to be hit by the heaviest falls of snow.There are no reports of any major accidents as a result of the freezing weather. MORE SNOW FORECAST AS DRIVERS WARNED TO TAKE EXTRA CARE was last modified: February 11th, 2014 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:donegalsnow
Members of the Donegal Sports Star committee who are preparing for the 39th County Council sponsored awards in the Mount Errigal Hotel on Friday, January 30th. Included at front from left – May Logue, Paul Callaghan (Vice-Chairperson), Neil Martin (Chairperson), Grace Boyle (Secretary). Back from left – Gerry Davenport, Myles Sweeney, Paul McDaid, Chris Ashmore, Seamus Curran with joint Treasurers Patrick McLaughlin and Bartley McGlynnThe committee of the Donegal Sports Star awards have announced their list of nominations for 2014.The presentations wil be announced at the awards which will be held in the Mount Errigal Hotel.2014 DONEGAL SPORTS STAR AWARDS NOMINEES APPRECIATIONBrid McGinty, Lagan HarpsGary Mc Cullagh, Raphoe Boxing Club ATHLETICSAnne Marie McGlynn, Letterkenny A.C.Mark English, Letterkenny A.C.Oisin Kelly, Cranford A.C.Tori Pena, Finn Valley A.C.BASKETBALL Cian Hickey, Letterkenny BlazeTadhg Hickey, Letterkenny BlazeAndrew McGeever, Letterkenny BlazeBOXING Donna Barr, Twin Towns Boxing ClubDanny Tourish, Twin Towns Boxing ClubDarryl Moran, Illies Golden Gloves A.B.C.Michael Gallagher, Finn Valley A.B.C.Paul Tierney, St. John Bosco Boxing Club, Donegal TownCLAY PIGEON SHOOTGearóid Driver, Raphoe Gun ClubPaddy Brown, Carrigans & St. Johnston Gun ClubPeter Monaghan, Buncrana Gun ClubCYCLINGCiara Doogan, Errigal Cycling ClubConor Halvey, Errigal Cycling ClubP J Doogan, Errigal Cycling ClubEQUESTRIANErin Crawford, CastlefinEvie Smith,Cruit IslandGavin Harley, Rathdonnell, LetterkennyKelda Mo Kelda Morgan Altraskin Stables, St JohnstoneKenneth Graham, MuffLisa Moore, Glenleary, RameltonRoss Trearty, RameltonTyrone Flanagan, CastlefinGAAGeraldine McLaughlin, TermonMichael Murphy, GlenswillyNeil Gallagher, GlenswillyNeil McGee, Gaoth DobhairRory Kavanagh, St. Eunan’sRyan McHugh, KilcarGOLFBrendan McCarroll, Ballyliffen Golf ClubJack Duffy, Buncrana Golf ClubKyle McCarron, North West Golf Club, LisfannonGYMNASTICSEilíse McLaughlin, LetterkennyMaria Gallagher, LetterkennyHALL OF FAMEJames McLaughlin, Burt GAA ClubHOCKEYAlexander Tinney, Raphoe Hockey ClubBen Wallace, Raphoe Hockey ClubJames Corry, Instonians Hockey Club, BelfastHURLINGDanny Cullen, SetantaJoe Boyle, BurtJustin McGee, Seán MacCumhaill’sPaul Sheridan, Aodh Ruadh, BallyshannonMARTIAL ARTSAdam Mc Daid, Elite Martial Arts, DerryDaryl Orr, RameltonElaine Dullaghan, CastlefinEmma Mills, North West Shotokan Karate ClubMary Kate Finnegan, RossnowlaghSamantha Weir, Samurai Uladh Judo ClubMIND SPORTSJohn Joe McGee, Buncrana (Draughts)MOTOR CYCLINGCaolán Irwin, KilmacrennanRhys Irwin, KilmacrennanRichard Kerr, KilmacrennanMOTOR SPORTDeclan & Brian Boyle, LettermacawardDeclan Gallagher, Ardara & Ryan Moore, LetterkennyDonagh Kelly, Frosses & Kevin Flanaghan, NewtowncunninghamKevin Eves, PettigoZach Gibson, Rathdonnell, LetterkennyPARA-ATHLETENoel O’Donnell, Bonagee UnitedPOWER LIFTINGMaria McShane, RaphoeMick Coleman, StranorlarPRIMARY SCHOOLDooish N.S., BallybofeyKeadue N.S., Keadue, BurtonportLurgybrack N.S.Scoil Cholmcille, LetterkennyScoil Mhuire gan Smál, LetterkennyScoil Naomh Fiachra, IllistrinScoil Naomh Fionán, WhitecastleSt. Mura’s National School, Tooban, BurnfootPRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS BOYSeán Ó Cuireáin, Scoil Náisiúnta, Ghort a’ ChoirceShane McMonagle, St. Mura’s N.S., Tooban, BurnfootShane O’Donnell, Scoil Cholmcille LetterkennyPRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS GIRLSaoirse Bonner, Keadue N.S, Keadue, BurtonportSarah Jane Porter, St. Mura’s N.S., Tooban, BurnfootStephanie Okoh, Scoil Mhuire gan Smál, LetterkennyPRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS TEACHEREilís Mc Clafferty, Scoil Cholmcille, LetterkennyIrene Mc Fadden, Scoil Mhuire gan Smál, LetterkennyKevin Cassidy, Little Angels School, LetterkennyMáire McCole Keadue N.S., Keadue, BurtonportRory Kavanagh, Schoil Cholmcille, LetterkennyPROFESSIONAL SPORT ACHIEVEMENTSeamus Coleman, Everton F.C.ROWINGConor Maquet, Loughros Point Rowing ClubJames McGonagle, Kincashlagh Rowing ClubPaul McGonagle, Kincashlagh Rowing ClubRUGBYLarissa Muldoon, Cappry, BallybofeyNora Stapleton, FahanShannon Heapes, Finn Valley R.F.C.SAILINGRichie Fearon, FahanSean McCarter, BuncranaSECONDARY SCHOOLMulroy College, MilfordRoyal and Prior Comprehensive School, RaphoeSECONDARY SCHOOL SPORTS BOYAaron Mac Fhloinn, Gairmscoil Chú Uladh, An ClochánBarry McLaughlin, Crana College, BuncranaBrendan O’Donnell St Eunans College, LetterkennyBrett McGinty, Deele College, RaphoeChris Flanagan, St Eunans College, LetterkennyChristopher O’Donnell, Magh Ene College,BundoranCormac Callaghan, St Eunans College, LetterkennyDarragh O’Connor, Scoil Mhuire, BuncranaJamie Brennan, Magh Ene College, BundoranJason McGee, PCC FalcarraghKyle McCarron, Scoil Mhuire, BuncranaMichael O’ Donnel, Errigal College, LetterkennySeán Ó Duibheannaigh, Coláiste Ailigh, Leitir CeanainnTommy Lee McCarron, Crana College, BuncranaSECONDARY SCHOOL SPORTS GIRLChristine Russell, Royal and Prior Comprehensive School, RaphoeKaren Ward, St. Columbas College, StranorlarLauren McElwaine, Loreto Community School, MilfordTara Fergus Sheridan, Magh Ene College, BundoranZoe McGlynn, Deele College, RaphoeSECONDARY SCHOOL SPORTS TEACHERPaddy Carr, Scoil Mhuire, BuncranaStephen Doohan, PCC FalcarraghSNOOKERAnthony Bonner, North West Snooker Club, LetterkennyJohn Connors, North West Snooker Club, LetterkennyRonan Whyte, North West Snooker Club, LetterkennySOCCERCiara Grant, UCD WavesGareth Doherty, Letterkenny RoversLee White, Lifford CelticMalachy McDermott, Cockhill CelticRoma McLaughlin, GreencastleZoe McGlynn, Lagan HarpsSPECIAL ATHLETEMeg Carr, LetterkennyPatrick Quinlivan, LetterkennySURF LIFESAVINGKevin Murray, BallyshannonSarah Patton, BallyshannonSarah Meehan, BallyshannonTriona McMenamin LetterkennySWIMMINGDaragh Summerville, BallyshannonMatthew McGarrigle, BallyshannonEllen Doherty, Swilly SealsEmma Harvey, Swilly SealsJonathan Martin, Swilly SealsLeon Vaughan, Swilly SealsRory Boyce, Swilly SealsTEAMClonmany B Tug of War TeamDonegal GAA Senior Football TeamDonegal GAA Minor Football TeamDonegal Men County Darts TeamDonegal Senior Ladies Surf Lifesaving TeamFinesse Gymnastics Display TeamLetterkenny Gaels Senior Men’s Football TeamLetterkenny Under 16 Medley Relay Swim TeamSt. Eunan’s Senior Men’s Football TeamTeam Donegal Race Around Ireland Cycling TeamTermon Senior Ladies GAA TeamUlster Senior League Interprovincial Soccer TeamTEAM MANAGER/COACHDeclan Bonner, Donegal GAA Minor Football TeamDonal O’Brien, Cockhill Celtic F.C.Francie Friel, Termon Senior Ladies Football TeamJames McIntyre Donegal Surf LifesavingJim McGuinness, Donegal GAA Senior Football TeamRay Durack, Donegal Hurling TeamTRANSPLANT ATHLETEKieran Murray, RameltonTRIATHLONAidan Callaghan, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubChristine Russell, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubGavin Crawford, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubLisa Dalton, Letterkenny 24-7 Triathlon ClubYOUNG SPORTS PERSON OF THE YEARJohn Kelly, Finn Valley A.C.Karl Griffin, UCD A.C.Rachael Darragh, Raphoe Badminton ClubRyan McHugh, KilcarNOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED FOR DONEGAL SPORTS STAR AWARDS FOR 2014 was last modified: January 6th, 2015 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 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