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Saturday 16 Apr Division 1 LeagueAt Cregg, Annaghdown V Cortoon Shamrocks, 6pm, Ref: S HehirAt Indreabhán, Mícheál Breathnach V Tuam Stars, 6pm, Ref: K QuinnAt Killannin, Killanin V St Michael’s, 7pm, Ref: M Ó GríofaDivision 2 LeagueAt Caherlistrane, Caherlistrane V Dunmore MacHales, 6pm, Ref: G CahillAt The Priarie, Salthill-Knocknacarra V Menlough, 6pm, Ref: M Mac GearailtAt Clonberne, Kilkerrin-Clonberne V Moycullen, 6pm, Ref: R Mc NicholasAt Kilconly, Kilconly V An Cheathrú Rua, 6pm, Ref: P.j. RabbitteDivision 3 League Play OffAt An Spideal, An Spidéal V Claregalway, 6pm, Ref: F KinneenDivision 4 LeagueAt Clonbur, An Fhairche – Clonbur V St Brendan’s, 6pm, Ref: A O ConnellAt Ballinasloe, Ballinasloe V St Gabriel’s, 6pm, Ref: N DempseyDivision 5 (West) LeagueAt Clifden, Clifden V Oughterard, 6pm, Ref: M O MaininDivision 7 (North) LeagueAt Monivea, Monivea-Abbey V Tuam Stars, 6pm, Ref: P KellyAt Eyrecourt, Meelick-Eyrecourt V Sarsfields, 7pm, Ref: L Kelly Saturday 16 Apr U21 A Hurling Championship At Clarinbridge, Ardrahan V St Thomas, 6pm, Ref: A Kelly Football FixturesFriday 15 Apr Division 1 LeagueAt Milltown, Milltown V St. James, 7pm, Ref: G GuinanDivision 2 LeagueAt Caltra Pitch, Caltra V Killererin, 7.30pm, Ref: G O ConamhaDivision 3 LeagueAt Corofin , Corofin V Oileáin Árainn, 7.45pm, Ref: G MooreDivision 7 (North) LeagueAt Athenry, Athenry V Menlough, 7pm, Ref: G DalyAt Caherlistrane, Caherlistrane V St Brendan’s, 7pm, Ref: P HansberryU21 A North Football Championship Semi finalAt Headford, Headford V Mountbellew/Moylough, 7pm, Ref: R Mc NicholasMinor A Football League – NorthAt Clonberne, Kilkerrin-Clonberne V Oranmore-Maree, 7pm, Ref: TBCMinor B Football League – West At Oughterard, Oughterard V Carna-Caiseal/Na Piarsaigh, 6:45pm, Ref: K Nally Friday 15 Apr U21 A Hurling Championship At Castlegar, Kilconieron V Oranmore-Maree,7pm, Ref: M ConwayAt Kenny Park, Turloughmore V Kilnadeema-Leitrim, 7pm, Ref: S HynesAt Duggan Park, Athenry V Liam Mellows, 7pm, Ref: D KellyAt Craughwell, Loughrea V Clarinbridge, 7pm, Ref: L GordonU21 B Hurling Championship At Ballinasloe (Club Grounds), Ballinasloe V Mullagh, 7pm, Ref: Sm MoranAt Abbeyknockmoy, Abbeyknockmoy V Kinvara, 7.15pm Ref: E ShaughnessyAt Woodford, Tommy Larkins V Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry, 7pm, Ref: P CampbellAt Kilbeacanty, Michael Cusacks V Moycullen, 7pm, Ref: G O ConnorU21 C Hurling Championship At Ballygar, Ballygar V Annaghdown, 7pm, Ref: D CunninghamAt Sylane, Sylane V Mícheál Breathnach, 7.15pm, Ref: R Mc Nicholas Sunday 17 Apr Division 1 LeagueAt Corofin , Corofin V Mountbellew/Moylough, 5pm, Ref: J MolloyDivision 3 LeagueAt Carna, Cárna-Caiseal V Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir, 3pm, Ref: T FahertyAt Glenamaddy, Glenamaddy V Oughterard, 3pm, Ref: N DempseyDivision 4 LeagueAt Athenry, Athenry V An Cheathrú Rua, 2.30pm, Ref: G MooreDivision 5 (North) LeagueAt Claregalway, Claregalway V Oranmore-Maree, 12i.n, Ref: T KerinDivision 6 (North) LeagueAt Clonberne, Kilkerrin-Clonberne V Williamstown, 12i.n, Ref: T KeatingDivision 6 (West) LeagueAt An Spideal, An Spidéal V Fr Griffins/Éire Óg, 12i.n, Ref: M O CurraoinAt The Priarie, Salthill-Knocknacarra V St Michael’s, 12i.n, Ref: G CahillU21 B North Football Championship Semi FinalAt Caltra Pitch, Caltra V Dunmore MacHales, 2pm, Ref: G GuinanMinor A Football League – NorthAt Oranmore, Oranmore-Maree V Monivea-Abbey, 2.30pm, Ref: M CollinsMinor B1 Football League – NorthAt Ballygar, St Brendan’s V Caherlistrane, 12i.n, Ref: P.j. RabbitteMinor B2 Football League – NorthAt Kilconnell, St Gabriel’s V An Fhairche – Clonbur, 12i.n, Ref: M GavinAt Athenry, Athenry V Loughrea, 12i.n, Ref: G Moore Monday 18 Apr U21 B Hurling Championship At Ballymacward, Pádraig Pearses V Abbeyknockmoy, 7pm, Ref: M DolanAt Eyrecourt, Meelick-Eyrecourt V Tommy Larkins, 7pm, Ref: D DillonAt Moycullen, Moycullen V Cois Fharraige, 7pm, Ref: P Fahy U21 B Hurling Championship At Tonabrocky, Rahoon-Newcastle V Gort, 2.30pm, Ref: F BerminghamAt Kinvara, Kinvara V Ballinderreen, 6.30pm, Ref: J LarkinAt Killimordaly, Killimordaly V Killimor, 6.30pm, Ref: J LundonAt Portumna, Portumna V Carnmore, 6.30pm, Ref: Sm Moran Thursday 14 Apr Sunday 17 Apr U21 A Hurling Championship At Craughwell, Kilnadeema-Leitrim V Kilconieron, 6.30pm, Ref: M ConwayAt Carnmore, Turloughmore V Oranmore-Maree, 6.30pm, Ref: P GreeneAt Gort, Athenry V Cappataggle, 6.30pm, Ref: J Mc DonaghAt Kenny Park, Sarsfields V Liam Mellows, 6.30pm, Ref: G DonoghueAt Duggan Park, Craughwell V Loughrea, 6.30pm, Ref: D Kelly Junior 1 Hurling Championship At Ballinasloe, Ballinasloe V Menlo Emmetts, 7pm, Ref: J RosneyU21 A Hurling Championship At Duggan Park, Sarsfields V Cappataggle, 7pm, Ref: M HavertyU21 B Hurling Championship At Ballinderreen, Ballinderreen V Kiltormer,7pm, Ref: K Egan Wednesday 20 Apr Minor A Football League – NorthAt Mountbellew, Mountbellew/Moylough V Monivea-Abbey, 7pm, Ref: P KellyAt Cregg, Annaghdown V Kilkerrin-Clonberne, 7pm, Ref: Mn CollinsAt Oranmore, Oranmore-Maree V Claregalway, 7pm, Ref: R Mc NicholasMinor B1 Football League – NorthAt Dunmore, Dunmore MacHales V Tuam Stars, 7pm, Ref: A O ConnellAt Glenamaddy, Glenamaddy/Glinsk V Caherlistrane, 7pm, Ref: N DempseyAt Menlough, Menlough V St Brendan’s, 7pm, Ref: M GavinMinor B2 Football League – NorthAt Ballinasloe, Ballinasloe V An Fhairche – Clonbur, 7pm, Ref: P QuinnAt Loughrea, Loughrea V Headford, 7pm, Ref: L KellyAt Athenry, Athenry V St Gabriel’s, 7pm, Ref: M RuaneMinor C Football League – NorthAt Barnaderg , Killererin V Kilconly, 7pm, Ref: G MooreAt Caltra Pitch, Caltra V Milltown, 7pm, Ref: S LyonsAt Cortoon Shamrocks, Cortoon Shamrocks V Williamstown, 7pm, Ref: G DalyMinor A Football League – WestAt The Priarie, Salthill-Knocknacarra V Barna, 7pm, Ref: K QuinnAt An Spideal, An Spidéal V Moycullen, 7pm, Ref: J MolloyMinor B Football League – West At Killannin, Killanin V An Cheathrú Rua, 7pm, Ref: G CahillAt Leitir Móir, Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir V Oughterard, 7pm, Ref: M Mac GearailtAt Mervue, St. James V Mícheál Breathnach,7pm, Ref: T NallyAt Carna, Carna-Caiseal/Na Piarsaigh V Clifden / Renvyle, 7pm, Ref: M Ó Gríofaprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Hurling Fixtures
Timeline for Sunday 31st – Cycle from Dublin to Galway via Athlone7am: Dublin cyclists leave Lucan Spa hotel car park12:30pm: Dublin cyclists arrive in Athlone (B&Q/AppleGreen Car park, just off Athlone bypass Exit 11)12:30pm: First group of cyclists leave Athlone1:15pm: Main group of cyclists leave Athlone5:30pm: All cyclists arrive in GortThe main stop on the leg from Athlone to Gort will be in Kilreekil where there will be toilet facilities available.There will be real time updates on Facebook so keep an eye for accurate times as the day progresses Link to their Facebook page and website below https://www.facebook.com/cathalcycle2016/?pnref=storyhttps://www.facebook.com/cathalcycle2016/photoshttp://www.thecormactrust.com/about-us/ print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email With the Tour de France over, club members of Kilburn Gaels are taking part for a mammoth physical challenge of their own this weekend. Over 80 cyclists of the London hurling cub are to honour the late Cathal Forde with a 400-mile charity cycle from Highgate in England’s capital to Gort, Co. Galway, starting on July 28 (yesterday) arriving in Gort Co Galway on Sunday evening. All proceeds going to The Cormac Trust and MS Ireland, two charities close to the heart of Cathal’s friends and former team-mates. Gort native Forde, who was part of the first Kilburn side to win a London Senior Hurling title in 2010, died of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) during a training session in Highgate, aged 28, in April 2012. The Cormac Trust is a charity that was set up following the sudden death of All-Ireland winning former Tyrone footballer Cormac McAnallen in 2004. It was largely due to the death of Cormac and subsequent cases, such as with Cathal, that the Irish public became aware of the issue of sudden cardiac death among young people. Cathal’s brothers Niall, Sean and Liam, and cousin Brian are all taking part in the cycle. From the time of Cormac’s death the McAnallen family was keen to direct public attention to these cardiac conditions that cause such sudden deaths. Hence the family, with the assistance of the Tyrone County Board of the GAA, set up the Cormac Trust. The following are its four objects:To raise awareness of sudden cardiac deaths in young people, and its causes;To promote cardiac screening for young people, especially for athletes;To provide education and information to raise awareness at government level and among other authorities as to the value of providing facilities for the screening of young people;To provide automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for sports clubs in the local region, for the use of the entire local community, and to train people in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use of defibrillators.If you are interested in speaking with Liam Forde brother of the late Cathal Forde about the cycle or JP O’Neill Manager of The Cormac Trust please contact me on 0879268066.
print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Mark Power (Pictured) was victorious at Castle last year, winning by six shots, and the Kilkenny international is bidding to win back-to-back championships. Should he retain his title, Power will be keeping company with Greystones’ Paul Dunne, who completed a unique double at Bangor in 2009. Dunne is the only two-time champion in the history of the Irish Boys, which dates back to 1983. Previous winners include Damien McGrane (1988), Michael Hoey (1997) and Rory McIlroy (2004).Since the championship became an open event in 2012, there have been two international winners. England’s Bradley Moore won at Thurles in 2014 and Adrian Pendaries from France took the title at Tuam the following year. Eight visiting countries are represented in 2017: England (11), France (5), Turkey (4), Germany (3), Iceland (2), Netherlands (1), Portugal (1) and Slovakia (1).Surviving the 54-hole cut will be the immediate goal for every player in the field. The top 50 and ties progress to the final day. If Power recaptures his 2016 form, he will be hard to catch but with Ireland teammates Reece Black (Hilton Templepatrick); John Brady (Rosslare); Jack Hearn (Tramore); Robert Moran (Castle) and Cameron Raymond (Newlands) in the field, potential winners abound. The Irish Boys Amateur Open is underway at Castletroy with Nine Galway City and County Golfers all aiming to take the crown won by Mark Power last year.They are Ross Kelly from Tuam, Liam Nolan and Liam Power from Galway from Galway, Jack Touhy from Galway Bay, Luke O’Neill from Connemara, Alan Hill, Darren Leufer and David Kitt from Athenry and Ronan Hynes from Oughterard
A.P McCoy wins the Pat Smullen Champions Race For Cancer Trials Ireland on QuizicalThe Curragh.Photo: Patrick McCann/Racing Post Chris Hayes gave a riding masterclass his predecessor wouldbe proud of on Search For A Song who dictated the 1m6f Classic to win for Weldand Moyglare at 10-1.Hayes revealed afterwards that a pre-race chat with Smullenwas key to his tactical approach in a Leger that will be recalled for thedaring of the rider in defiance of things going wrong, Search For A Song verykeen but taking it up with around six furlongs to go“Nothing went right,” Hayes admitted. “I’d aplan in my head and spoke to Pat. He didn’t say a whole pile but what he saidgave me the confidence that if I got in a rhythm, be it last, first or fifth,let her go.“I knew early on I was getting in a row with her andthere was no point. The Oaks was a mess here and I decided to do what I did. Itwas a great performance from her.”Earlier on the card Pinatubo had seasoned Curragh racegoersstruggling for superlatives after an incredible nine-length rout in the GoffsVincent O’Brien National Stakes.Charlie Appleby’s colt, in the colours of Godolphin,trounced his rivals under William Buick in the premier two-year-old race of theseason in Ireland, leaving his trainer in awe.“James (Doyle) said at Goodwood in the first half ofthe race he wasn’t really travelling; three down here it was worrying again. Athome he won’t pick the bridle up,” Appleby said.“He is a trainer’s dream. I gave him a gallop duringthe week with some of the nicer two-year-olds, trying to give myself a bit ofconfidence and I think we did the reverse to be honest: they out-galloped him!“You don’t get confidence at home but at the track,what can you say? The way he has won there I see no reason why we do not go tothe Dewhurst Stakes.“I’ve been very lucky to have some nice two-year-oldsso far but he’s amazing. He just doesn’t do it in the morning.“We’ve seen the change in him over the past six weeks;people were saying is he just a two-year-old? I can’t fault him.”The other Group 1 race, the Derrinstown Stud Flying FiveStakes, continued Aidan O’Brien’s amazing weekend, 12-1 Fairyland defeatingstablemate So Perfect by a short head under Ryan Moore. Buffer Zone took theIrish Stallion Farms EBF ‘Bold Lad’ Sprint Handicap for Ger Lyons and ColinKeane. Stone Circle scooped the €147,500 prize for victory in the TattersallsIreland Super Auction Sale Stakes under Andrea Atzeni for Michael Bell and thefinale, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF ‘Northfields’ Handicap, went to 12-1 OneCool Poet, who had created history by winning thrice at the Galway Festival fortrainer Matthew Smith and rider Billy Lee this summer.In truth, this was a hugely emotional day, with the TonyMcCoy-ridden Quizzical landing a special win for a thrilled Sheila Lavery inthe Pat Smullen Champions Race for Cancer Trials Ireland. “I can’t believethey left McCoy alone in front,” Smullen laughed, adding that he was“overcome” by the race.Legendary former commentator Dessie Scahill called themhome, while the other riders taking part were Ruby Walsh, Johnny Murtagh,Charlie Swan, Joseph O’Brien, Ted Durcan, Paul Carberry, Richard Hughes andKieren Fallon.Attendance for day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekendwas 10,075, bringing the total weekend attendance 23,508.Pat Keogh, CEO of the Curragh Racecourse, said: “We’ve had awonderful Longines Irish Champions Weekend of racing where the action on thetrack truly lived up to the ‘Champions’ billing.“On Saturday we saw some incredible racing with Magical andIrridessa taking the Group 1s, the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes and the CoolmoreFastnet Rock Matron Stakes.“Today at the Curragh we had an incredibly fitting winner ofthe Comer Group International Irish St Leger with the Moyglare Stud-owned andDermot Weld-trained Search For A Song.“Pinatubo confirmed his sheer class in the Goffs NationalStakes and Aidan O’Brien’s stunning weekend was capped with a classy victoryfor Love in the Moyglare Stud Stakes and Fairyland in the Derrinstown StudFlying Five.“And nobody will forget the thrilling finish to the Champions Race for Cancer Trials Ireland, with nine champions giving their all, in support of their friend Pat Smullen. AP McCoy and Sheila Lavery teamed up with Quizical to win and spark incredible scenes here at the Curragh.”A.P McCoy with Pat Smullen after winning the Pat Smullen Champions Race For Cancer Trials Ireland on Quizical The Curragh. Photo: Patrick McCann/Racing Postprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email On a day when the racing world came to support Pat Smullenin his quest to raise funds for Cancer Trials Ireland and awareness ofpancreatic cancer, it was almost written in the stars that the colours Smullenhas worn to so much success, those of Moyglare Stud, were carried to victory inthe Comer Group International Irish St Leger. It was a day of champion performances and high emotion atthe Curragh as Dermot Weld landed the final Classic of the season and a classytwo-year-old trained in Britain marked himself down as a Classic contender ofthe highest order.
– partners with FFTP Guyana to distribute sewing machinesIn its quest to keep youths off of the streets and actively engaged in meaningful activities, ranks of G Division (Essequibo Coast/Islands) on Saturday, distributed sewing machines to youth groups across Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) and on the Essequibo Island of Wakenaam.A rank accepts the machine on behalf of a group from G Division Commander Khali Pareshram and a beneficiary during the presentation ceremonyAccording to Divisional Commander Khali Pareshram, the aim is to assist the Division in fighting crime, while at the same time empowering youths with skills training. The machines, he noted, will also provide the necessary tools to make the youths more marketable and independent.Machines were also presented to groups in Lima Sands, Zorg, San Souci, Onderneeming and Charity.At the handing over ceremony held at the Anna Regina Police Station, a member from Zorg’s youth group, Arylene Ramdatt, said that her community has a lot of youths and soon they will be starting sewing classes. She extended gratitude to the Divisional Commander for the donation, which she assured will be used to empower youths in the Zorg areas.The donation was made possible through the collaboration between G Division and Food for the Poor Guyana Inc. Over the past week, several youth groups were formed and the Division also hosted a book distribution exercise, which benefitted many young people in the Region.