Last Sunday the Donegal league team defeated Drumbar 3-1 away. This week they are away to Letterbarrow Celtic. The under 12 team defeated an under strength Mulroy Academy 5-0. Jordan Nugent (2), Adam Murphy, Joe Harkin and player of the match Peter Carr the scorers for Brendan Carolan’s exciting young team.The under 14 team under the guidance of John Lafferty recorded a 7-0 win over a youthful Letterkenny Rovers team, with Donal Farren, Stephen Lafferty, James Carolan, Ciarian Daffan, Aaroan Mc Glynn, Oisin Purdy and Thomas Mullen the scorers.The under 14 Tigers game was postponed last week-end, and they travel to play Swilly Rovers this Saturday. The under 13 team play hosts to Monaghan Utd in the FAI national cup this Saturday. Kick off is at 2pm at Dry Arch Pk, All support welcome.The Donegal youth team defeated the Sligo league 1-0 in their opening inter league group match. The club was well represented with Paddy O Loan, Duncan Mc Intyre, Reece Short and Steven Keys all getting game time, while Sean “Budgie” Sandilands patrolled the sidelines. The youth team is due to play Rosses Academy away this Saturday.There was no jackpot winner last week in the clubs lotto draw. Numbers drawn were 5,6,8,11,14,15 lucky no. was 1. Next weeks jackpot is now €1525. There were three match five winners John Lafferty Dromore, Margo Haughey Caralina Park and Cyril Coyle Drumnahoe. Lucky no. winners Joseph Sweeney Drumany, Niamh Coyle Correnagh, Catherine Mc Monagle c/o Niall Callaghan, Senan Gallagher The Croft Glencar and John Carr Ballyare. Lotto plus winner’s €50 Oran & jack Mc Guinness Bonagee, €30 Paddy Maguire Swilly View and €20 Philomena Gildea Correnagh.The Christmas club is now open and merchandise can be viewed at the club Website www.bonageeunitedfc.webs.com or at the Club House. Tickets are now on sale for the clubs annual development draw with €7000 in prizes. Tickets are €10 each or a book of 3 for €20 and are available from all players and committee members. The draw which was due to take place this Sat.10th has been put back a few weeks. The club would like to offer their sympathy to the Coady family Manor, The Mc Ginty family Glenmaquin, and the Winston family Letterkenny on their recent bereavements.BONAGEE UTD CLUB NOTES was last modified: November 10th, 2012 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:Bonagee Utd club notes
Preview Full Schedule Roster at Saint Louis 3/15/2016 – 3:00 PM Next Game: BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Drake University softball suffered a pair of close losses on Sunday at the Indiana Classic. Drake lost to Ohio, 4-0, before Indiana edged the Bulldogs, 1-0, in the day’s final game. Indiana’s (14-9) leadoff hitter Rebecca Blitz led off the bottom of the first inning with a single and then stole second and came around to score the game’s deciding run on a throwing error by Drake’s (8-9) freshman catcher Gabbie Jonas’ (Omaha, Neb.), who was attempting to throw out Blitz. Drake and Indiana each tallied two hits in the pitchers duel between Bulldog starter Nicole Newman (Madison, Wis.) and Hoosier starter Tara Trainer. Newman allowed just one unearned run on two hits while striking out six and walking one. She fell to 7-4 with the tough defeat. Trainer allowed just two hits while striking out seven and walking two as she improved to 7-4 with the win. Drake’s best scoring chances against Trainer came in the second and sixth inning as the Bulldogs had a runner on second base both times, but failed to get the timely hit. In the sixth inning, sophomore Kelsey Wright (Olathe, Kan.) had a one-out single and advanced to second on an error by the left fielder. However, Wright was stranded as the next two hitters struck out. Ohio (11-7) scored all four runs in the first inning with two outs. The first run came on an RBI single and the next three on a three-run home run. McKinnon settled in over the next five innings allowing just five more hits. However, the Bulldogs’ offense never got going finishing with just four hits and didn’t have a runner reach second base. McKinnon dropped to 1-4 on the season with the loss. Kaitlyn Finneran (Morrison, Ill.), Kennedy Frank (Chesterfield, Mo.), Taryn Pena (Columbia, Ill.) and Wright each had one hit for Drake against the Bobcats. Drake plays a single game against Indiana on Monday with first pitch scheduled for noon. Print Friendly Version
SAN JOSE — This was a night for reassurances.After the Sharks’ 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames on Thursday, there was reassurance that Erik Karlsson can look like his former self again, that Martin Jones is headed in the right direction, that rookies Lean Bergmann and Mario Ferraro belong in the NHL.Certainly the Flames, the defending Pacific Division champion, didn’t dress a lineup anything close to what they’ll go with in the regular season. Still, the Sharks needed to get all of their …
South Africa participated in the VIII International IT Forum, the first time it took part in the annual gathering. Held over two days on 8 and 9 June, Communications Minister Faith Muthambi represented the country at the event, which was held in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia.Second #BRICS IT-Forum to take place on 8-9 June in the Russian city of Khanty-Mansiysk as part of @it_forum_ugra pic.twitter.com/6NT1UIjbik— Russia in RSA ?? (@EmbassyofRussia) May 26, 2016#SA Minister @faithmuthambi to participate in the Second #BRICS IT-Forum in Khanty-Mansiysk #Russia on 8-9 June pic.twitter.com/Qqo1Eio1o3— Russia in RSA ?? (@EmbassyofRussia) May 26, 2016The minister hailed it a success for multilateral relations. The forum allowed South Africa to expand co-operation in communication science and emergent technologies in the BRICS grouping.“The forum created an opportunity for us to develop mass media co-operation agreements and we believe that very soon, the citizens of the BRICS nation states will be shown thetrue picture of a grouping with growing economic and social ties that complement our shared histories and political development,” she said.The minister said data was at the centre of the new global economy and going forward, data analytics would provide improved government communication systems.Muthambi also initiated linking the Gauteng provincial government and the autonomous region of Okrug-Yugra to work towards entering into a techno park partnership.Advancing the field of medicine through technology was also discussed. “The creation of compatible integrated telemedicine systems in the regions of the BRICS countries is well advanced,” Muthambi said.“In fact, we are talking about the combined potential and opportunities of the largest economies of the world, containing more than 40% of the population of the planet to put their resources to protect human health, no matter where citizens live.”Joint action in this field was important, she said,because it was an essential humanitarian task to preserve human health. “Healthy citizens can fully participate in economic endeavours and reach their potential.”Good health is part of South Africa’s National Development Plan outcome 2: A long and healthy life for all South Africans. It is also a key pillar of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. Source: South African Government News Agency
A 12-year-old girl was allegedly raped for the past several days by a youth, who used to live as a tenant in her grandmother’s house here, the police said on Tuesday. The incident in Hussainpura area of the city in Punjab came to light when the victim told her friend, who in turn shared it with her mother. Then, the friend’s mother informed the victim’s grandmother, a police official said. The accused, who is absconding, had been allegedly raping the girl for the past several days and had threatened the minor of dire consequences if she informed anyone, the official said. The victim had been living at her grandmother’s home after the demise of her parents. The accused had stayed as a tenant some time ago at the house, he said. A case has been registered in this regard, he added.