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Police secure extension to hold RK guards

first_imgCrime Chief Wendell Blanhum on Friday confirmed the Police Force can lawfully detain RK’s security guards, Damion Pearce and Cleveland Pyle in connection with the robbery committed at an East Coast Demerara bank on Monday evening.According to the Crime Chief the Police are expected to wrap up their investigations over the weekend and once legal advice is had, the men will make a court appearance in the new week.He also stated that based on information, they are hunting two others who were also part of the staged robbery.The two men reportedly confessed to the robbery during interrogation by police while at the same time implicating two others.On Monday last, Pearce and Pyle who are attached to the RK Security Service were taking cash to the ECD bank to be deposited when they claimed they were relieved of the money and the firearms they were carrying.During the well-orchestrated robbery, one of the men shot himself to the leg to make it look as if they were attacked by armed gunmen.Following their confession, the duo led police to an A Field Sophia, Georgetown, house where they dug up the $3 million from the back yard. The guns which they claimed were taken by the bandits were also unearthed at the same location. The occupant of the house at the time who is the girlfriend of Pearce was taken into police custody.Attempts to contact the owner of RK Security for a comment proved futile. (Bhisham Mohamed)last_img read more

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Bruins hope to regroup defensively

first_imgOf course, Howland didn’t need to talk to Adras, since the two spoke about 11 p.m. Saturday. Adras said he was on a recruiting trip when he called Howland. “I thought for sure, and I think he felt it was going to be Weber,” Adras said. “They know what they’re doing,” Adras said. “We’ll give them some calls, maybe some like that.” More Afflalo honors Arron Afflalo was named first-team all-America by the Sporting News, the fifth team he’s made. He was also a first-team selection by the basketball coaches (NABC), SI.com, ESPN.com and Dick Vitale. Also, sophomore point guard Darren Collison was named to the Sporting News’ second team. – Brian Dohn Unknown territory When USC takes the court Friday to face Arkansas in the NCAA Tournament, it will be unknown territory for each Trojan. USC players can only imagine the intensity of being in an NCAA Tournament game. The last time the team was in the tournament was the 2001-02 season, a year before senior Lodrick Stewart came around. Sophomore forward Keith Wilkinson believes that the novelty of this week could be a positive as well as negative for the Trojans. “It will definitely be a little nerve-wracking for a lot of people because no one’s been in it,” Wilkinson said. “But I think that also brings a lot of fire and passion to the game because guys like Nick (Young), Gabe (Pruitt) and Lod, especially Lod being his senior year, want to prove they can step up and lead this team. If you want to go to the next level, what more perfect opportunity than to lead our team to the Final Four.” Though the players lack NCAA Tournament experience, their coach does not. Tim Floyd has a 4-5 record in five previous trips to the tournament with Iowa State and New Orleans. His last three tournament teams at Iowa State all won at least one game. “He knows how to prepare and get ready for big games such as this,” Wilkinson said. “I think that’s really going to help us, especially not having any (tournament experience) on the team.” Floyd’s last trip to the dance was in 1997, when he led Iowa State to the Sweet 16. Iowa State missed the tournament the next season, then Floyd left to the NBA to coach the Chicago Bulls. “It seems unbelievable it’s been 10 years, but it has,” Floyd said. No practice Floyd canceled practice for Monday, deciding to give the players two days rest after they played Thursday, Friday and Saturday in their run to the Pac-10 Tournament final. They did report to Galen Center to watch film on Arkansas. – Matthew Kredell 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! When an opponent crossed halfcourt against UCLA last March, connecting on a pass was difficult, and finding an open shot near impossible. So as the Bruins went to regroup during a Saturday practice after the horrific loss to California in the first round of the Pacific-10 tournament, it made perfect sense defense was the starting point. The Bears shot 48 percent from the field in the overtime win, continuing a disturbing trend for a UCLA squad that is best known for its tenacious defense. As No. 2 seed UCLA heads into Thursday’s meeting with No. 15 seed Weber State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Sacramento’s Arco Arena, the Bruins need to tighten defensively. center_img “We have to go back to our roots, go back to our defense,” Bruins point guard Darren Collison said. “We’ve been allowing teams (to shoot) a little over 45 percent from the field. That’s not our game. We like to hold teams under 35 percent. We have to bring back that mind set, and I think we have. This team is capable of doing that. We just can’t get away from that.” In winning 20 of its first 22 games, UCLA (26-5) held opponents to 41.9 percent from the field. In going 6-3 in its final nine games, opponents shot 46.9 percent from the floor, with three of teams bettering 50 percent. Contacts not needed Once the NCAA Tournament seedings were announced Sunday, UCLA coach Ben Howland said he would not contact his former assistant and current Northern Arizona coach, Mike Adras, for a scouting report. Since Weber State and NAU both play in the Big Sky, Howland said he didn’t want to put Adras in a difficult position. last_img read more

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Leavitt cites need to hike safety controls on imports

first_img“The federal government cannot and should not attempt to physically inspect every product that enters the United States. That becomes evident when you see a port like this,” Leavitt said. “Doing so would bring international trade to a standstill and it would distract the limited resources that we have. Instead, we have to be smarter about what we do.” Some of those “smarter” points include new technologies and better inter-agency collaboration, according to a report released Monday by a task force of a dozen federal agencies that oversee U.S. imports. art.marroquin@dailybreeze.com (310) 543-6674 Amid widespread concern over the safety of imported merchandise, Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt said Tuesday authorities need to better monitor the quality of goods coming into the United States. Leavitt, speaking at a news conference at the Port of Los Angeles, said most of the country’s imports are safe, despite fears over the recall of unsafe toys, tires and pet food items in the past year. This year, the United States will import more than $2 trillion worth of foreign products. “Let’s not make any mistake, the recent dangers that have been found in imported products are warning signs,” Leavitt said. “They are warning signs that our present system is not keeping pace. They are warning signs that we have to continually adapt to the rapidly growing import level, and also the changing global economy. “The American people have a reasonable expectation of safety in the food and products that they buy, and we can and must keep that trust.” Before speaking with reporters, Leavitt hopped aboard a Los Angeles Fire Department helicopter for a bird’s-eye view of the neighboring ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach . 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Man pleads not guilty in fatal street race

first_img“The judge did set it at $500,000, however he allowed him to be out, I guess for whatever he needs to do,” Lopez said. He added that they wanted Paragas to be remanded into custody. Paragas showed up in court with family and friends. Pitman said Paragas and Ramirez were best friends. “This is a real tragedy. It’s just a real tragedy and (we) hope it all works out for everybody involved,” Pitman said. He declined comment on why the two young men were racing Oct. 7, as the California Highway Patrol alleges. The two were driving side-by- side southbound on Rosemead Boulevard reaching speeds of about 90 mph, according to the CHP. Both came upon a slower-moving car in the right lane and attempted to pass it. Ramirez pulled onto the right shoulder while Paragas used the left lane to bypass the slower vehicle. Ramirez lost control of his 2005 Mitsubishi Evo which went to the left, across all southbound lanes, bounced over the center divider and crashed head-on with a 2005 Volkswagen Jetta. The Jetta’s driver, Lucia Saavedra, 25, suffered abrasions and contusions to her face and arms. Her passengers were also injured. Margarita Ramos, 53, had a cut to the left eye and suffered from neck, back and chest pain; Evelin Saavedra, 23, had neck and back pain; and Francisco Saavedra, 53, had chest and abdomen pain. All are from La Puente. Paragas, who was driving a Pontiac GTO, was injured when he opened the rear door of Ramirez’s car, said CHP Officer Bill Preciado. He said the man cut his right hand as he pulled Ramirez out. ruby.gonzales@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 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 MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Paragas and four people suffered minor injuries in the collision, which happened in the unincorporated county area of El Monte near the border with Pico Rivera. Deputy District Attorney David Lopez said the District Attorney’s Office originally asked the bail to be set at $1.1 million, but Paragas’ attorney, William Pitman, talked to prosecutors who agreed to lower it to $500,000. On Monday, El Monte Superior Court Judge Steven Sanora set Paragas’ new bail at $500,000 but allowed him until his next court date of Dec. 5 to post the new bond. He remains free on the earlier bail of $75,000. Lopez objected. EL MONTE – A driver pleaded not guilty Monday to killing another motorist who crashed while both were street racing. Fitzgerald Paragas, 18, of El Monte has been charged with one count of murder with the special allegation of inflicting great bodily injury, one count of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence, four counts of reckless driving causing a specified injury and one misdemeanor count of participating in a speed contest. The other charges are felonies. The case stems from the Oct. 7 crash on Rosemead Boulevard, north of Gallatin Road, that killed his friend, Brian Ramirez, 18, of Los Angeles. last_img read more

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Senate blocks tax hike for millions

first_imgWithout congressional action, the IRS, unsure of the final status of the tax, says it may have to postpone the processing of returns scheduled to begin in mid-January. That could mean delays for millions of people waiting for income tax refunds worth billions of dollars. The tax agency says it will take about seven weeks after the tax is revised to reprogram and test forms reflecting the changes. For weeks, Democrats and Republicans have blamed the intransigence of the other party for the delay. “The Democrats’ unprecedented and indefensible delay on this common-sense solution means the filing season will already be disrupted,” Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said. “They find it offensive to have to pay for these tax cuts,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said of Republicans. “This is a $50billion patch. Shouldn’t it be paid for? The answer is obviously `yes.”‘ The AMT was created in 1969 to ensure that a small number of wealthy people could not use tax breaks or deductions to eliminate their entire tax bill. But the tax was not indexed to inflation, and every year more people are exposed to it. Nearly 4million taxpayers were subject to this tax in 2006, and the number is expected to multiply in 2007. Congress has reacted by passing annual fixes to prevent the number of people subjected to the AMT from growing. This year, however, the first with Congress under Democratic control, that fix has been blocked by a fundamental difference between the two parties over whether to find ways to pay for revenues lost from the anticipated expansion of the AMT. House Democrats, committed to offsetting any lost revenues, passed a bill that included $80billion in new tax revenues, $50billion for the one-year AMT patch and $30billion to extend several dozen tax credits about to expire.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 MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsThe bill now goes back to the House, where Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., chairman of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, suggested making up the difference by closing a loophole on offshore funds that now escape taxation. Earlier Thursday, Senate Republicans united in stopping the Senate from moving to the House-passed bill. The vote was 48-46 against beginning debate on the House bill, 14 short of the 60 needed. The Finance Committee’s top Republican, Charles Grassley of Iowa, said it was time for Democrats to abandon their “PayGo obsession,” referring to the “pay-as-you-go” principle that tax cuts or spending increases should be paid for so as not to add to the federal deficit. With the “clean” AMT bill, “the Senate Democratic leadership seems to realize that the AMT should not be offset,” he said. House Democratic leaders throughout the day Thursday reaffirmed their commitment to PayGo. Republicans, said House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, “complain that we pay for this legislation by closing tax loopholes. Their solution? Just add the costs of the AMT fix ($50billion) to the deficit and national debt. I absolutely reject this fiscally irresponsible approach.” WASHINGTON – The Senate voted Thursday to block a looming tax increase averaging $2,000 for millions of taxpayers after Senate Republicans succeeded in thwarting a Democratic plan to also raise taxes on investors. The Senate bill, passed 88-5, provides a one-year fix for the alternative minimum tax but without matching the cost of the tax relief with new tax revenues. Without the fix, an estimated 25million people would be subject to the higher AMT tax, up from 4million in 2006. The Senate vote puts it at odds with the House, where Democratic leaders, under a principle of not adding to the national debt, demanded that the AMT fix be paid for. Last month, the House passed legislation matching the AMT fix and other tax cuts with about $80billion in new tax revenues. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., said it was not his first choice to pass an unpaid-for bill but “this is our best choice.” He said 12million people in the $100,000 to $200,000 income level alone would be hit by the AMT without the fix, and “we need to stop that from happening.” last_img

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National disgrace

first_img It’s likely they will only confirm the conclusions drawn by this House report: that the federal government’s Katrina response was a national disgrace that must never happen again. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Since the moment the levees in New Orleans were breached by the fury of Hurricane Katrina and the water came roaring into the city, the federal response has been marred by inept and slow bureaucracy. Who knows how many of the 1,400 dead during the disaster lost their lives because of the slow response by the Bush administration and its officials at the Department of Homeland Security, which controls the Federal Emergency Management Agency? We may never know. But according to an investigation report due out today by a Republican congressional committee, the one-day delay in the reporting of the breach of the levees and federal action was part of an overall “national failure.” “At every level – individual, corporate, philanthropic and governmental – we failed to meet the challenge that was Katrina. In this cautionary tale, all the little pigs built houses of straw,” the report says. What was particularly disturbing was the inefficient response considering how predictable it was. Experts had been warning for years that a hurricane of this magnitude could breach the levees and flood the below-sea-level city. The administration should have had the foresight to act as many as two days before the hurricane hit, the report says. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant The criticism in the report, a draft of which was released Sunday, is not new. Former FEMA Chief Michael Brown lost his job over the disgraceful hurricane response. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff has been soundly slammed for focusing on terrorism and not giving enough attention to emergency disaster planning. Chertoff says that criticism is not true, but still is seeking to improve communication in his department, hire more FEMA experts and to replace outdated disaster systems. That’s not all that went tremendously wrong. A report by the General Accounting Office released Monday also found that millions in the so-called expedited disbursed aid to Hurricane Katrina and Rita victims was either misspent or lost to fraud. The GAO investigators found this out firsthand, by applying for aid online with false names and identifications. A copy of an actual $2,000 check one of their fake victims was awarded is included in the report. The GAO also reported that hundreds of thousands of dollars was awarded to applicants with invalid Social Security numbers or to properties that didn’t exist. The report’s title says it all: “FEMA’s Control Weaknesses Exposed the Government to Significant Fraud and Abuse.” More reports by a Senate committee and the White House are also examining the federal government’s performance during the Hurricane Katrina response and are expected in coming months. last_img read more

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Castle Grove Strawberry Festival – a feast of fun activities

first_imgCastle Grove warmly welcomes you to this week’s blog for Donegal Daily where wanted to share an update with you on the Strawberry Festival.On Saturday 1st July, Castle Grove hosted our first Strawberry Festival which was a great success with over 600 people in attendance. Firstly, and most important, we as a family and all the team who work at Castle Grove would like to offer a HUGE thank you to everyone who turned out to support the event and in turn participated in making the event a huge success.The Sweeney family at the Castle Grove Summer Strawberry Festival. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinWe had prepared to create a brilliant family day out, regardless of the weather and we were not disappointed. From 12.50 when the first car came down the drive until 6pm that evening, the grounds of Castle Grove, the Walled Garden and the House itself was thronged with people enjoying the carnival atmosphere, the music and the activities.Castle Grove Strawberry Festival. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinThe activities included:Access to the walled garden where they met the gardener and discussed the many specimens growing there including the Strawberry Beds, it was fun to show the kids which plants grew what fruit and veg and share tips and knowledge with the gardening aficionados in attendance.Cookery demonstrations… Castle Grove’s head chef received a full house for his cookery demonstrations which were held at 2 and 4pm. See recipes below.Cocktail demonstrations…Castle Grove’s talented mixologist wowed his audience with the Strawberry Gin Cocktail, and more.BBQ… to add to the carnival atmosphere, a BBQ was in full swing with Gourmet Burgers, Chicken Skewers and Jumbo Sausage Dogs on sale.The Band… Nasty and the Fantastics kept the atmosphere alive and the rhythm of the day flowing. Strawberry themed desserts were on sale inside the house and outside in the marquee and available in boxes to go.Castle Grove Walled Garden. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinCastle Grove Summer Strawberry FestivalIrene Sweeney. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinNasty And The Fantastics. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinPhoto: Rachel McLaughlinCastle Grove Summer Strawberry FestivalCastle Grove Summer Strawberry FestivalCastle Grove Summer Strawberry FestivalThe Castle Grove Strawberry Gin. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinCastle Grove would like to sincerely thank all our media partners and friends who kept everyone involved throughout the day through FB, IG and Twitter.For those that couldn’t attend, we have included a Strawberry Dessert and Cocktail Recipe for you to create at your leisure, we hope you have fun with it. As people are already asking, what’s next we are excited to be participating in The Off The Street LK Festival held on the 29th and 30th July behind the AIB Bank in Letterkenny and Taste of Donegal in Donegal Town on 25th to 27th August.As part of the Donegal Food initiative, it is exciting to involved in all these fab events and do our bit in building Donegal’s reputation for great food, along with the beautiful scenery we have here in Donegal.So hopefully we will see you soon at The Off The Street LK Festival ….. Where will have more delicious treats available! Castle Grove Strawberry Festival – a feast of fun activities was last modified: July 8th, 2017 by Castle GroveShare 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:castle grove country house hotelstrawberry festivallast_img read more

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Grayson insists he has no interest in Sunderland job speculation

first_img Simon Grayson 1 Simon Grayson insists he is fully focused on Preston North End – despite being the favourite for the vacant Sunderland job.Derek McIness turned down the Black Cats on Thursday night, opting to stay at Aberdeen instead, and the bookies quickly installed Grayson as the new favourite.But the 47-year-old, who has also managed Blackpool, Leeds and Huddersfield, insists he’s not bothered about the speculation.He told the Ray Stubbs Show on talkSPORT 2: “As far as I’m concerned there’s a lot of speculation about a lot of different jobs, but I’m fully committed to working out what we’re doing for the season at Preston.“I don’t consider it [the speculation] whatsoever until someone says something different, whether it’s Sunderland or any other job.“We’ve had a good couple of years in the Championship [at Preston] and we want to keep improving. We were on the periphery of the play-offs last season and just ran out of steam in the back end of the season.“I’ve been there just over four years now and really enjoyed my time. You just get on and do what you do and I’m focused on trying to get things right at Preston.“I’m fully committed to Preston and, if anything changes along the way, that’s just football.”last_img read more

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RONAN ‘MUSCLES’ HIS WAY TO GOLD FOR IRELAND

first_imgHe came, he saw and he muscled in!A Carndonagh man has lifted one of the most prestigious body-building titles.Ronan Doherty was among many top bodybuilders who arrived at the Charter Hall in Colchester to do battle for the title of Mr Hercules Olympia 2013. The Hercules Olympia is one of the UK’s most elite bodybuilding competitions having been held for a number of years.Ronan was Ireland’s hop Ireland’s hope in the ‘Super Tall Class’ and on the day he didn’t disappoint.Ronan said it was a long tiring day starting early morning with getting his tan applied before downing his high carbohydrate intake breakfast of oatmeal and brown rice along with some solid protein source of turkey.Having won his class, Ronan just missed out on the overall champion award. “As we all lined up on stage I was one of the tallest and heaviest athletes on the stage and I felt I could win this title.“I posed with every bit of energy I had. I want just to thank all the help and support I got along the way from friends and family. Now I can relax for a while,” said Ronan.RONAN ‘MUSCLES’ HIS WAY TO GOLD FOR IRELAND was last modified: May 12th, 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:bodybuildingCarndonaghRonan Dohertylast_img read more

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GAA NEWS: NAOMH MUIRE GIRLS GET THEIR NEW JERSEYS

first_imgPeil na mBan / Ladies➢ Comhghairdeas le baill an chlub a ghlac páirt i nGaelforce an deireadh seachtaine ‘s chuaigh thart, áit ar chríochnaigh siad uilig i amanta maithe.➢ The U14s recorded a good away win in Kilcar last Thursday and are away to St. Nauls this Thursday 4th of July. Bus and game time will be told at training on Tuesday 5-6pm in the Banks. Good luck girls and enjoy. ➢ Our G4G girls will be presented with the G4G tops at coaching on Monday evening in the Banks and plans are now at an advanced stage for our U12s trip to play at half time in the Ulster ladies final in Derry on the 14th July.➢ The G4G squads are gearing up for the Croke park national day blitz on 15th of July. To help with costs for these outing and to keep our girls teams running we are holding a Table Quiz in Caisleáin Óir on Wednesday 3rd July @ 9.30pm. We thank John Bosco, Caisleáin Óir and the regular quiz teams for the opportunity to get a few euro’s in the purse to help the girls out. Anyone who can come along to support us please do and bring a friend for a great nights craic.➢ Four club coaches will be on a level 1 coaching course organised by the Donegal ladies board this Saturday 6th July. Our own in-house coaching course will be held at the end of July. Anyone who is interested please contact Donal O’Searcaigh as there are still a number of places available. Cluichí /Fixtures➢ The senior and reserve teams will compete in the quarter final (first leg) of the Intermediate championship this weekend. They take on Fanad Gaels in the Banks at on Sunday at 1:30 and 3:00pm (TBC).Bord na nÓg➢ The under 12s travelled to St Nauls and performed well in both games. Their next game is at home to Aodh Ruadh.➢ The u16s opened their league campaign last Friday night and lost out to a strong Dungloe team by 3-09 to 10 points. Their next game is away to Ardara.➢ The minors drew at home to Naomh Conaill in the championship. They travel to Glenties this Wednesday for the return leg. Fundraiser➢ The Club are hosting a Dance in Caisleáin Óir, Anagaire on Saturday July 6th for Charlotte Devenney (McBride) and family. We are also supporting the fun run, walk and cycle in Loch an Iúir the previous night, Friday July 5th and the idea of the Dance is to ensure that those who may be more into the later night Dancing have an opportunity to support.If possible – do come along to either the walk or dance.100 Club ➢ June 100 Club Winners€500 Declan Martin, Béal na Cruite€200;Mickey Rodgers, An Bhráid€100 each Neil Peter Boyle, Cró na gCúige; Neil Boyle,Bóthar an Ghleanna; Margaret McFadden, Cál Chéim€50 each: Hughie Hanlon, Cál Chéim; Rosaleen McGarvey, Cnoc a Stolaire; Joe Sharkey, Anagaire; Mary Ward, Béal na Cruite; Aidan Hughes, Mullach Dubh; John Rua Mac Giolla Easpaig, Croithlí; Séamus O’ Fearraigh, Loch an Iúir agus Richy Carrothers, Baile Chiarraí.GAA NEWS: NAOMH MUIRE GIRLS GET THEIR NEW JERSEYS was last modified: July 1st, 2013 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:GAA NEWS: NAOMH MUIRE GIRLS GET THEIR NEW JERSEYSlast_img read more

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