Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ But as the Indiana Pacers strolled quietly into practice on Monday at Quicken Loans Arena, a building they silenced less than 24 hours earlier with an eye-catching playoff win in Game 1 over the Cavaliers, there was something unmistakable about them.They’re confident — and they’re no longer a secret.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“People didn’t expect us to do this well,” Pacers forward Thaddeus Young said, leaning back in a cushioned chair at the end of Indiana’s bench. “We like that. That’s what kind of drives our motor a little bit, being overlooked and no one expecting us to do what we’re currently doing.”The Pacers were the better team — by far — on Sunday, leading from tip to final horn in a 98-80 victory over Cleveland that snapped a 21-game winning streak in the first round for LeBron James, who had never opened the playoffs before with a loss and figures to be more aggressive in Game 2 on Wednesday. “They underestimate us,” Lance Stephenson said, referring to everyone, not just those Cleveland fans taunting the Pacers on Sunday. “They didn’t think we would get this far and they didn’t think we was going to win that many games. But if you look at our team, I guess you could say we don’t have that one player or the type of players that stand out, and that’s why they underestimate us.”Stephenson, the Pacers’ instigator, spark and arch-enemy to James, set the tone for Indiana’s impressive win in Game 1 with a thunderous first-quarter dunk he celebrated by bashing his head into the padded basket stanchion.“I’m a little dizzy right now,” he joked before Monday’s workout.His teammates’ heads aren’t spinning after the series-opening win over the Cavs, who swept the Pacers in the first round a year ago. They expected to play well, and they did. The Pacers aren’t flashy, but fundamental. They do the little things: boxing out, diving for loose balls, taking charges.They’ve been successful by following coach Nate McMillan’s simple formula: share the ball, stop your man and stay connected.“We’ve been playing like this all year,” said Oladipo, the team’s rising star who has been on a mission since coming over from Oklahoma City in the deal for George. “Been playing hard on both ends all year. It just hasn’t been magnified. So it’s the playoffs now, we’ve been doing this all year. Now everybody sees.”Young, who along with Myles Turner are the only starters from last year’s playoff squad, said Indiana’s success is rooted in the team’s togetherness. A year ago, the Pacers were going in different directions.“We had a lot of guys with egos that we really couldn’t push aside” he said. “And there was a lot of miscommunication and a lot of different things that were going on. We didn’t know if Paul was going to be here. We didn’t know if Jeff (Teague) was going to stick around. There was a lot of uncertainty and no clarity from Day One and that hurt us from being a better team than we could’ve been.“But this team here, we’re all in. We take each and every step together. We try to work in unison each and every day. We come to work and put our hard hats on and we all believe in each other.”The Pacers took Sunday’s win in stride, like a team that has won bigger games before. There was no chest-thumping, no bragging, nothing but talk of doing it again. Indiana Pacers’ Victor Oladipo, left, passes against Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kevin Love in the second half of Game 1 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series, Sunday, April 15, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)CLEVELAND — They’ve spent the entire season on the fringe, virtually ignored by all but the most savvy fans and NBA insiders.They don’t have any household names or any superstars on their roster, just one All-Star and a role player best known for foolish on-court antics.ADVERTISEMENT “There ain’t nothing to celebrate about,” Stephenson said. “We won the game, but we got more to accomplish.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Linden wins Boston Marathon, 1st US woman since ’85 LATEST STORIES Led by Victor Oladipo’s 32-point, tough-shot-after-tough-shot performance, Indiana outplayed, outhustled and outlasted Cleveland, giving the Pacers a 4-1 record this season against the three-time defending conference champions.This may have been a surprise to outsiders, but it was just another day on the office hardwood for the Pacers, who won 48 games during the regular season and were the only team to beat Golden State twice.Didn’t know that, did you?Well, most of Indiana’s accomplishments have been woefully under-publicized. That’s what happens when only one of your games is shown on national TV, you’re playing in a mid-market city and you appeared to throw away the future by trading away your biggest star, Paul George, last summer.But the lack of attention doesn’t faze Pacers. It fuels them.ADVERTISEMENT ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. 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No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom No players were ejected, but four players received technical fouls.The fracas spilled into the stands as Grant and Lopez got entangled and fell onto some fans.At one point, Bulls coach Jim Boylen got an arm around the shoulders of Grant and pulled him away.Boylen, who took over head coaching duties this month after the struggling Bulls sacked Fred Hoiberg, was unrepentant in the immediate aftermath.“I liked the look in our guys’ eyes when that happened,” he said. “It bonded them a little bit.”ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil View comments Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio 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 Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college FILE – Raymond Felton #2 of the Oklahoma City Thunder looks to the scoreboard in the second half during Game Six of Round One of the 2018 NBA Playoffs against the Utah Jazz at Vivint Smart Home Arena on April 27, 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Gene Sweeney Jr./Getty Images/AFPOklahoma City Thunder guards Raymond Felton and Dennis Schroder were suspended one game each and three more players were fined Wednesday by the NBA over the brawl that erupted during a Thunder-Chicago Bulls game on Monday.Felton and Schroder were suspended for leaving the bench area during the altercation.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ LATEST STORIES Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Bulls center Robin Lopez was fined $25,000 for “escalating the altercation” and Thunder forward Jerami Grant was fined $20,000 for the same thing.Bulls guard Kris Dunn was fined $15,000 for “instigating the altercation” with a shove of Thunder guard Russell Westbrook.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 ChrissThe incident unfolded late in the third quarter of Oklahoma City’s 121-96 victory over Chicago.Westbrook drew a foul from Dunn, shoves were exchanged and soon both teams were scuffling near the Thunder bench. Dunn, deemed the instigator, said after the game that he wasn’t even sure what happened.“Things just got out of hand,” he said.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Phoenix Suns stun Boston Celtics, run winning streak to 4 games
Liberia’s oldest football club – the Invincible Eleven & Majestic Sports Association (IE&MSA) has declined to participate in the ongoing 2015/2016 Liberia Football Association league (LFA). Mr. Alfred Sayon, the president of IE, said the team is unprepared to participate in the 2015/2016 LFA League, and would therefore give a “bye” owing to the belated overturn of the decision to restore the team’s participation in the League.The IE boss further said the ‘Sunshine Yellow Boys’ would not participate because of financial reasons.It may be recalled that the First Instant Board of the LFA disqualified five football clubs from participating in the 2015/2016 League for failing to meet the CAF Club Licensing System requirements.Those expelled included IE, NPA, Monrovia Club Breweries, Small Town and Might Blue Angels.In an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer, Sayon said IE has written the LFA over their nonparticipation in the league because of several causes, primarily – the overhaul of the team and the re-establishment of its fan base.“Traditionally, we solicit funds from our US based chapter and amongst ourselves to support the team, but with such time over the reconsideration of our participation, it’s late and therefore, we cannot participate in the league,” Mr. Sayon said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Shamar Charles on Friday appeared before two separate Georgetown magistrates in two different courtrooms to answer to four robbery-under-arms charges.The first charge alleged that on July 27, 2018, while in the vicinity of Houston, East Bank Demerara (EBD), while being in the company of others, and while being armed with a gun, he robbed Devindra Persaud of one Samsung cellphone valued at $120,000, and of $50,000 in cash.Charles denied the allegation when it was read to him by Senior Magistrate Fabayo Azore, but was remanded to prison.He also appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on three robbery-under-arms charges, all of which he denied.One of those charges read that on July 25, 2018, while in the vicinity of Bagotstown, EBD, and while being armed with a gun, he robbed Debby Atwell of a quantity of jewellery valued at $230,000.Another charge alleged that on July 24, 2018, at Eccles, EBD, while being in the company of others, and while being armed with a gun, he robbed Ellis Valenzuela of a cellphone valued at $14,000.The last charge alleged that on that same day and in the vicinity of Eccles, while being in the company of others and while being armed with a gun, Charles robbed Weifins Wong of a quantity of jewellery, cash and a cellphone, all valued at $2.6 million.The Police prosecutor objected to Charles being placed on bail due to the seriousness of the offences and the fact that a gun was used.Charles was refused bail, and was remanded to prison. The matters were adjourned to August 13 and 17, when the cases will continue at the Providence and Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts respectively.
Moving to Whitecourt will be the St. Albert Steel, relocating due to financial concerns after discovering Whitecourt as a willing host to accept the AJHL team.Back in Fort St. John, the elimination of the Wolverines from the NWJHL is helpful for Fort St. John, as the Wolverines have always been a top team in the League, and were the reigning 2012 champions after defeating Peace River in the finals.Following an NWJHL title, the Wolverines went on to win the provincial championship and then earned themselves a bronze medal at the Keystone Cup Western Canadian Junior B Championships with a 7-4 win over the host team, the Saskatoon Royals.- Advertisement -The move is very beneficial to the Huskies, as over the 2011-2012 season, Whitecourt and Fort St. John played each other six times, with the Huskies never able to hand the Wolverines a defeat, while being outscored 37-16.
Farmers in the Peace area will soon be able to have their say in how farm properties are assessed by the Ministry of Small Business and Revenue.Starting next week, the ministry will be holding consultation meetings across the province, asking for input from the public on how they can streamline and improve the farm assessment process. The consultations are the result of a Ministry of Small Business and Revenue decision late last year to conduct a comprehensive review of BC’s farm assessment policies. The review hopes to address concerns about the policies that were raised by farmers and their communities.- Advertisement -Panel members include Karen Goodings, chair of the Peace River Regional District. She’ll be heading down to the review kickoff in Saanich on September 16th.The tour’s stop in the Peace region will be October 22nd in Dawson Creek. More information is available at www.farmassessmentreview.ca.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThat’s why University of Utah researchers, with the help of the state Office of the Medical Examiner, are collecting blood samples from the state’s suicide victims. Through DNA analysis, they hope to identify common denominators among people who take their own lives. Why, for instance, do generations of some families who experience serious depression never commit suicide, while others – like the Hemingways – do? “Mental illness is maybe a necessary factor,” said Douglas Gray, a suicidologist and associate professor of child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Utah. “But it may not be enough by itself.” The state’s chief medical examiner, Todd Grey, draws blood for toxicology tests as part of every autopsy. “If there is enough sample recovered to provide at least one tube of blood for genetic analysis, we’ll do that,” he said. The university, which receives samples labeled only with a person’s age, gender and race, has amassed more than 700 vials of blood from suicide victims since it began banking it in 1996. All but 150 samples have come from adults. “I’m quite sure we have the largest number of (blood) samples of suicide victims probably in the world,” Gray said. He and his colleagues hope the samples will help them unravel the mystery of suicide, a problem the Utah Department of Health tagged an epidemic in the mid-1990s. Between 2000 and 2004, state statistics show, Utah had the nation’s seventh highest suicide rate, with 15.82 deaths per 100,000. It’s the second leading cause of death for Utah males ages 10 to 44. By this year’s end, said medical examiner Grey, he will certify as many as 370 deaths as suicides. The actual number is probably higher, though, since intentions are not clear in every case. “We’re hoping (the genetic analysis) will eventually produce information that allows someone to know that their risk for suicide is increased,” he said, “and with that knowledge be able to engage in whatever strategies can help prevent, or reduce, that risk from being expressed.” Multiple studies suggest there is an inherited component to suicide, Gray said. One theory is people who commit suicide may have genes that make them inclined toward impulsivity or aggression. The Utah Youth Suicide Study, for instance, showed that about two-thirds of teens who committed suicide were in the juvenile court system. Suspect genes could be linked to the body’s production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that plays a role regulating anger, aggression and mood. University of Utah researchers who analyzed DNA from 47 male suicide victims, however, weren’t able to establish that connection, according to a March 2000 study published in the journal Psychiatric Genetics. Environmental triggers, Gray said, are equally important. The Utah Youth Suicide Study found many teens who died had stopped taking prescription anti-depressants and instead were using illicit drugs. J. John Mann, chief of neuroscience at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, also has identified childhood physical or sexual abuse, head injuries and cigarette smoking as contributors. But William McMahon, chairman of the University of Utah’s psychiatry department, said it’s too soon to draw any conclusions. “Part of what we need to do is get larger samples,” he said. “And part of what we need to do is use genetic methods other than what we have used.” He said the markers studied are “like looking for markers of neighborhoods of regions,” but much finer-grain detail is needed. Identifying a set of genes could help improve treatment, he said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SALT LAKE CITY – Brady E. was 13 when he ate a bottle of blue Tylenol PM capsules and tried to end his life. The middle-schooler, who confided to a counselor that he was wrangling with panic attacks and thoughts of suicide, recently spoke at a Utah suicide-prevention conference and said he cracked under pressure “to be perfect.” Now 19 and a freshman at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, Brady wasn’t the first person in his family to think about suicide. His paternal grandmother killed herself. His father, who also spoke at the conference, said he once sat on his bed and held a shotgun to his chin because he was unable to tolerate the pain from a leg injury. Suicide, researchers say, is a complex puzzle made up of many pieces – one of which, they believe, is genes that can be passed from one generation to the next.
Deputy Thomas Pringle has slammed the fishing penalty point system after a Danish Vessel was found fishing without a quota in the Irish Sea.Deputy Thomas PringleHe said he brought this to the attention of the Minister at the Agriculture Committee meeting in June seeking an investigation into the matter.“I questioned him how Danish authorities were able to secure a quota allocation three days after the incident only to claim the vessel had a quota allowing them to fish in the first place. Danish authorities now refuse to add the penalty points to the vessel under those grounds’ explains Pringle. ‘The system is entirely unfair to Irish Vessels. Donegal fishermen have had penalty points applied to their vessels but we see once again foreign fishermen getting away scot free. The Common Fisheries Policy is supposed to be common but this case shows that other EU countries pick and choose what they want to implement’ claims Pringle.‘Too often we have seen that the Irish authorities are the best Europeans in the class by over regulating Irish fishermen while other member states ignore the rules.’‘I have written to the Minister and raised the issue numerous times but have yet to hear anything back. At the Agriculture Committee I asked the Minister how will enforcement, including of landing obligations, be handled in such situations given the fact that trawlers from Spain, Belgium and other countries operate in Irish waters. I also probed whether there will be enforcement for Irish and foreign vessels even if foreign governments pass it off?’ says Pringle.‘Minister Coveney made it clear that if authorities such as the Danish authorities do pass off penalty points, the Commission is obliged to intervene, as it must ensure fair treatment for everyone. He further stated that if a trawler is breaking the rules and is due penalty points, it should receive them. The Minister asked for specific details on the Danish Vessel so he can follow up on it, which I did.’ ‘If Minister Coveney wants to retain any credibility he has to ensure that the commission act on this issue or else cancel the penalty point system altogether’ concludes Pringle.PRINGLE CALLS ON MINISTER TO ADDRESS ‘UNFAIR’ FISHING PENALTY POINT SYSTEM was last modified: August 13th, 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 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)
A Donegal-based Garda has gone on trial charged with sexually assaulting and harassing two female colleagues.The Garda, who is married and in his 30s, pleaded not guilty to the charges when he appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court today.A number of senior Gardai including Donegal’s Chief Superintendent Terry McGinn were in court for the start of the trial. The court heard harrowing evidence from one of the two female Gardai allegedly assaulted between November 2010 and May 2011.The Garda faces a total of seven charges of sexual assault and two of harassment.Only one of the women gave evidence in the trial which is expected to last up to three days.She broke down in tears as she revealed she had been sexually assaulted three times by the officer – once in a patrol car and twice in the Garda station in which all three worked.She described how on one occasion he grabbed her arms while she was sitting in a swivel chair and pushed her down a corridor before sexually assaulting her.On another occasion he came up behind her and pressed himself against her.The female Garda said she felt his penis rub up against her as he was erect.She said another member walked in shortly after this incident but did not report the matter as she was afraid her colleague would think she was having an affair with the accused.The woman said that all other male colleagues at the station treated the female members with respect.If anything ever got out of hand, the senior officer would remind them that there were “ladies present.”The Garda said she was forced to attend her GP and told her of what was happening at work.Because of the nature of her shiftwork and because of the alleged harassment and sexual assaults she had suffered, she said she was not sleeping.She also said the accused constantly made reference to their size and told them not to be eating so much or they wouldn’t “get a man.”“There wasn’t a day that went by that he did not touch me or make some kind of comment,” she said.She added that even the sight of him made her skin crawl and she even vomited before work at the thought of having to see and work with himThe female Garda stressed: “All of his verbal and physical contact was unwanted and I never let him believe anything other than that.”The accused, dressed in a suit and tie, sat down the back of the court alongside his wife.Judge John O’Hagan also instructed that no filming or photography of the accused should take place or anything reported that would identify the two female Gardai involved.The trial before a jury of ten men and two women continues tomorrow with evidence expected to be heard from the other female Gardai who claims she was also sexually assaulted and harassed.GARDA GOES ON TRIAL FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT OF COLLEAGUES IN GARDA STATION was last modified: October 30th, 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:GardaharassmentLetterkenny Circuit Courtsexual assault
RESULTS – COUNTY DONEGALMarley Coach Hire Division 4Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 21-Jul-2012 Letterkenny Gaels 1 – 13 3 – 14 Naomh Colmcille LetterkennyCentra Supermarkets Division 3Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 21-Jul-2012 Buncrana 0 – 13 0 – 12 Naomh Naille Buncrana Scarvey21-Jul-2012 Red Hughs 0 – 6 4 – 10 Urris Red HughsMarley Coach Hire Division 4Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Naomh Ultan 3 – 11 1 – 15 Robert Emmets DunkineelyCentra Supermarkets Division 3 Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Carndonagh 1 – 8 0 – 4 Burt CarndonaghMarley Coach Hire Division 4Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 21-Jul-2012 Milford 0 – 16 1 – 8 Na Rossa Moyle Park MilfordCentra Supermarkets Division 3Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Termon 1 – 6 1 – 7 Naomh Padraig-Muff TermonJunior B Football ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Pettigo 1 – 6 2 – 9 Glenswilly Tir Chonaill Park Donegal Town Play OffCentra Supermarkets Division 3 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Termon 3 – 17 0 – 1 Naomh Padraig-Muff TermonMarley Coach Hire Division 4 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Letterkenny Gaels 1 – 4 0 – 17 Naomh Colmcille LetterkennyCentra Supermarkets Division 3 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Buncrana 1 – 9 2 – 10 Naomh Naille Buncrana Scarvey21-Jul-2012 Red Hughs 1 – 11 4 – 17 Urris Red HughsCentra Supermarkets Division 3Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Naomh Columba 0 – 13 0 – 6 Downings Pairc na nGaeil GlencolmcilleCentra Supermarkets Division 3 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment21-Jul-2012 Carndonagh 2 – 8 1 – 10 Burt CarndonaghSenior Hurling Championship 2012Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 St Eunans 1 – 5 1 – 22 Burt O Donnell ParkRESULTS – DONEGAL NORTHDownings Bay Hotel U-16 Championship Div 1Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment20-Jul-2012 Carndonagh 0 – 7 2 – 12 Burt Scarvey-Buncrana div 1 champ play off extra time if neededCrawfords Trophies u/14 Division 1 ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 Sean MacCumhaills 1 – 5 0 Chloich Cheann Fhaola Mac Cumhaill Park quarter final extra time if neededCrawford Trophies u/14 Division Two ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 Glenswilly 2 – 4 2 – 10 Naomh Mhuire Convoy Glenswilly-Pairc Naomh Columba quarter final extra time if neededCrawford Trophies u/14 Division Thee ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 Letterkenny Gaels 2 – 6 5 – 6 Red Hughs Pairc Na nGael-Letterkenny quarter final extra time if neededCrawford Trophies u/14 Division Two ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 Carndonagh 5 – 10 0 – 6 Naomh Colmcille Newtown Carndonagh quarter final extra time if needed18-Jul-2012 Burt 1 – 5 0 St Eunans B Burt-Hibernian Park quarter final extra time if needed18-Jul-2012 Fanad Gaels 3 – 12 1 – 8 Malin Fanad Gaels Portsalon quarter final extra time if neededDownings Bay Hotel U-16 Championship Div 2Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment16-Jul-2012 Buncrana 0 – 14 1 – 5 Fanad Gaels O Donnell Park-Letterkenny champ play off extra time if neededRESULTS – DONEGAL SOUTHU-14 Championship Division 2 Group BDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment20-Jul-2012 Naomh Brid 4 – 5 10 – 8 Naomh Ultan Naomh Brid Round 1U-14 Championship Division 1 Group BDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment20-Jul-2012 Dungloe 3 – 13 3 – 6 Aodh Ruadh Dungloe Round 3U-14 Championship Division 1 Group ADate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment20-Jul-2012 Ardara 5 – 11 3 – 7 Naomh Mhuire Ardara Round 3Regional Minor League Final Division 2Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 Bundoran 0 – 15 1 – 8 Naomh Columba Killybegs Extra Time If Necessary Linesman Andrew Mullin & Ronan OdonnellU-14 Championship Division 2 Group ADate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 Kilcar 6 – 10 2 – 4 Naomh Naille Kilcar Round 3U-14 Championship Division 2 Group BDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Jul-2012 Naomh Brid 3 – 7 8 – 13 Naomh Columba Naomh Brid Round 318-Jul-2012 Naomh Ultan 5 – 7 4 – 6 Killybegs Naomh Ultan Round 3Under 12s Division 1 FinalDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment16-Jul-2012 Dungloe 5 – 6 5 – 12 Naomh Conaill ArdaraUnder 16s Championship Division 2 FinalDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment16-Jul-2012 Na Rossa 2 – 22 3 – 12 Naomh Brid Naomh ConnaillUnder 12s B FinalDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment16-Jul-2012 Killybegs 1 – 1 0 – 6 Naomh Conaill ArdaraALL YOUR WEEKEND GAA RESULTS FROM ACROSS DONEGAL was last modified: July 22nd, 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 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