In the men’s final last night, Team Sherrard had their way with Team Hansen. The Sherrard rink broke things wide up early scoring two in the second end and three in the third. Skip Dan Sherrard says everything went well over the weekend and avoided a few close calls in the early stages of the tournament.“We had a good weekend. You come up here and you’re not exactly sure who you’re going to be playing against or what the ice is going to be like,” he says. We had a couple real close games to start that could have gone either way. We came out pretty hot both games today, it’s what we were hoping for.”Lauren Jenkyns of the St. Albert team took top spot in the women’s portion of the tournament. She says the team dynamic was great throughout the weekend and they hit the shots they needed in the final.- Advertisement -“We just came out, we were all very on. We were very focused and supporting each other when things went wrong,” she states. “We were well matched, it kept it close. There was a few mistakes on both sides and we were just able to capitalize on them when it counted.”Both teams will move on to play in nationals later this year.
1 Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis has been forced to withdraw from Friday’s Euro 2016 qualifier in Romania.The Southampton midfielder has been battling to prove his fitness since a hamstring injury forced him off in the first half of the Saints’ Premier League win over Leicester last weekend, but has finally admitted defeat.The team will now travel to Bucharest on Wednesday evening without their inspirational skipper, who has played every game since inheriting the armband almost three years ago.Davis’ absence represents a huge blow for Michael O’Neill’s side, who are the surprise leaders of Group F after kicking off their campaign with three successive wins.A point in Romania would see them remain at the summit until at least the next round of fixtures in March.In light of the injury, winger Niall McGinn said: “No-one does more than Davo. He’s our captain, he’s definitely our leader on the pitch and he’s done so well for us for a number of years.“He came in to the team hotel on Tuesday because he’s been with his club having scans, he was just chilling and taking it easy but there’s no doubt he’ll be hugely disappointed not to have made it.“It’s a massive miss for us but there are other players who come in and do a good job.“It will show the strength in depth we have if we can cover for him.“He brings so much with his performances alone and he helps bring up everyone else around him to those standards.”Goalkeeper Roy Carroll added: “Steven has been fantastic since I came back into the set-up. He’s never missed a game.“But you can’t take a chance on a player of his quality. We don’t want to make the injury worse if he isn’t 100 per cent and we have other players who can come in and give 100 per cent.”O’Neill, who had already lost forward Jamie Ward and full-back Ryan McLaughlin to injury, must now replace Davis as captain and in the centre of the park.Brighton defender Aaron Hughes led the side for a decade before Davis and would be an obvious candidate to step in, but he has also got question marks over his match fitness after suffering an ankle problem.Gareth McAuley is another option, though turned down the chance to lead the team out in Greece last month on the occasion of his 50th cap in deference to Davis.In midfield, O’Neill can choose from the likes of Sammy Clingan, Paul Paton and Corry Evans, as well as uncapped Rochdale man Matthew Lund who was called up as squad cover on Tuesday. Steven Davis in action for Southampton
Stranorlar man, Mark McIvor, is undertaking a ten mountain challenge in the month of September in aid of the North West Motor Neurone Disease Association.The event coincides with the 10th anniversary of Mark’s father, Barrie McIvor who died of M.N.D in 2002.The North West Motor Neurone Disease Association was set up to offer aid and support to patients of the disease. The foundation of the charity is to give preference to patients within the locality. Mark will climb ten local mountains in a ten day period.The challenge will commence with Mount Errigal on the 5th of September, followed by Muckish on the 6th, Slieve League on the 7th, Ben Bulben on the 8th, Slieve Snacht, Inishowen on the 9th, Aghla Beg on the 10th, Common Mountain on the 11th, Binbane on the 12th, Raghin More on the 13th and ending on the 14th with Croagh Connellagh.Anyone interested in participating at any stage of the challenge or wishing to offer support, please contact Colm McIvor on 086 8860072. DONEGAL MAN TO CLIMB TEN MOUNTAINS IN TEN DAYS! was last modified: August 28th, 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:MARK MCIVORMOUNTAINS
Hundreds of families across Inishowen have received incorrect letters saying their are in arrears of up to €200 for the household charge.Cllr Ciaran McLaughlinThe housholders received the letters even though many of them have paid the charge.Buncrana Cllr Ciaran Mc Laughlin has slammed Revenue for what he described as “another widespread billing error.” Cllr McLaughlin said “This isn’t the first time that revenue have sent letters in error and I was contacted this week by lots of disgruntled families who have paid this unfair family tax and now are being asked to pay again. These mishaps need to be sorted out once and for all.“Fianna Fail Dreamt up this family home tax and Fine Gael/Labour have implemented this injustice with nothing in return for the paying public, only anxiety, worry and stress.”The Sinn Fein councillor added that council services have been severely cut with one third of staff let go over the last five years.He also added that his party are committed to scrapping the so called local property tax if in government and we have provided fully costed alternatives asking those who have more, to pay more.HUNDREDS OF INCORRECT HOUSEHOLD CHARGE DEMANDS SENT TO INISHOWEN RESIDENTS was last modified: April 30th, 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:Cllr Ciaran McLaughlindonegalHOUSEHOLD CHARGEInishowenletters
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SCOTTISH police are planning extra security for Celtic’s Donegal-based fans when they start travelling to Glasgow tomorrow for the final day of the SPL season on Sunday.Tension is already high following an attack on Neil Lennon at Hearts on Wednesday and the arrest of two bomb suspects.Celtic play Motherwell at Parkhead on Sunday, while Rangers travel to Kilmarnock. Walter Smith’s side are one point ahead of Celtic at the top of the table and must drop points and Celtic must win if the Hoops are to have a chance of winning the title. Rangers are odds-on favourites with the bookies to retain their title.But once again it is matters off the pitch which are making all the headlines.And Scottish police are planning extra patrols along the main routes through the west of Scotland from tomorrow as a large contingent of Celtic and Rangers fans make their way to Glasgow.Security will be stepped up even further after the games and on the routes back to the ferry ports at Stranraer and Cairnryan. Officers don’t want Old Firm fans to clash before or after the games.Up to 7,000 Irish-based Celtic fans will make the trip to Glasgow this weekend, most of them by bus and ferry. Around 500 of them will be from Donegal.Ahead of the weekend, Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has appealed for calm and an end to the sectarianism which has increased in recent months.Neil Lennon’s agent says incidents like this week’s attack by a fan at Tynecastle will not drive the Celtic manager out of the Glasgow club.“I think now it’s getting to the stage where he will sit down in the summer with Celtic and the security and go through the whole scenario of what’s going on,” said Martin Reilly. “Obviously, he is a wee bit shaken by what happened.“But I don’t see them driving him out the door.”A man appeared in private at Edinburgh Sheriff Court charged with breach of the peace and assault aggravated by religious prejudice following the incident during Celtic’s 3-0 win over Hearts.Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has called for “vile, sustained and relentless attacks” on Lennon and his club to be addressed by Scottish society. And the Scottish Football Association, the Scottish Premier League and Hearts have begun investigating the security breach.“I know fans can get on the pitch area at certain parts of the game, but to get into the technical area is unbelievable.”On Thursday, Strathclyde Police revealed that they are investigating a suspicious package found at Celtic Park, while two men have been detained by police investigating parcel bombs sent to Lennon.Reilly admitted that these and incidents earlier in the season were having a “horrendous” effect on the former Northern Ireland midfielder’s life, with even his parents being under guard.“He is a very strong character, but it’s getting on now,” said the agent.“These incidents are coming quite frequently now.“He is going to have to sit down and have a right good think about it and go from there, but I’m sure, once he gets a taste of some success, it’ll be a new chapter and he’ll just want to get on with it again.”Reilly blamed certain elements of the media for putting the spotlight on Lennon and “trying to drive him out the door”.“All he wants to do is get on with his job, but there is certain quarters of the media that won’t leave him alone,” he said. “They’ve always got some agenda against him.“They are either obsessed by him or have a personal vendetta against him.“I am not going to glorify who they are, but there are certainly ones out there who constantly write about what he is up to off the park rather than what he is doing on the park as a manager, which has been really successful this season.”Reilly thought that Lennon aroused strong emotions because he was a winner, similar to former Rangers striker Nacho Novo.“He has got the same kind of thing for the Rangers fans as Nacho Novo had to the Celtic fans, because they are good at their job,” said the agent.“People who know Neil as a person know he isn’t the kind of figure that the press are making him out to be.“Neil is a very passionate guy about football especially and about his family and his country, but there is certain people in the media that just want to write things that are probably not true.“There is a rule for Neil Lennon and a rule for everybody else. He has brought the fans back to Celtic in their droves and they are singing his name.“A lot of people say he’s no angel, but he doesn’t bring a lot of things on himself. He does not bring this on himself.”DONEGAL HOOPS FANS WARNED AHEAD OF TRIP TO GLASGOW FOR SPL TITLE DAY was last modified: May 13th, 2011 by gregShare 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)
JOB VACANCY: Donegal County Childcare Committee LTD are seeking to recruit a Communications Assistant to become part of their dynamic, innovative and hardworking team. Donegal County Childcare (DCCC) is a local government supported agency that works for the development, sustainability and advancement of high quality early childhood care and education in County Donegal.Contract: Short fixed term, from from 14th October 2015 to 29th April 2016Hours: Part-time, 21 hours per weekSalary: Grade IV on public sector pay scalesLocation: DCCC Office, LetterkennyReports to: DCCC ManagerThe successful candidate will implement the Communications Strategy, in conjunction with the Admin Team. Duties include (1) Press, publicity & PR, (2) Website, (3) Social Media, (4) Census, (5) Database and (6) Resource Library.It is desirable that the successful candidate would hold an appropriate qualification in either media/ PR/ communications/ data analysis and have solid experience in the area of communications and data analysis.However it is essential that he or she is articulate with proficient writing skills, have solid & demonstrable IT skills, and have effective interpersonal, communication and organizational skills. She/he should also have demonstrable experience of website and social media work for a business or community organization, and of stats analysis, report writing and presentations.Shortlisted candidates will be required to bring a portfolio containing samples of prior work and relevant qualifications to interview. For an application form, job description and person specification please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or download these from our website www.donegalchildcare.com.Alternatively, ring the DCCC office on (074) 91 23442 and a pack will be posted out to you.Completed application forms to be returned by 1pm on Monday 31st August 2015.Post to:Avril McMonagle, Manager Donegal County Childcare Committee Ltd10-11 St Columba’s Terrace, High Road,Letterkenny, Co. DonegalF92 E9KW Marking your envelope ‘Confidential – Job Application’ORE-mail to email@example.com using ‘Confidential – Job Application’ in the subject bar.Please note, Donegal County Childcare Committee Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.JOB VACANCY: DONEGAL COUNTY CHILDCARE COMMITTEE SEEKING TO RECRUIT COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT was last modified: August 17th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:jobsnews
The Play Your Part television series this week features Tebogo Ditshego, Karin Landi, and Tshiamo Legoale, all of whom contribute to making South Africa a better place. Here’s how you can get involved with them.Tshiamo Legoale, a geologist and researcher at metallurgical R&D organisation Mintek, is winner of the FameLab International 2017 contest. She is a guest on Play Your Part episode three. (Image: Mining Ne.Ws)Brand South Africa reporterGeologist and award-winning scientist Tshiamo Legoale, businessman Tebogo Ditshego and Karin Landi of Community Hours SA are the featured guests in episode three of the Play Your Part television series this week.These three extraordinary people share their stories on how they are shaping economic upliftment through education, empowerment, active citizenship, youth development, entrepreneurship, skills development and innovation.The episode, which will air on Saturday, 9 September 2017 at 18:00 on SABC 2, is hosted by Play Your Part ambassador Kabelo Mabalane. Artist and musician Mabalane is also a co-founder of the initiative, Shout for a Safer South Africa.The 26-episode Play Your Part series aims to inspire viewers to become active citizens and take part in volunteerism by profiling South Africans across the country who are doing extraordinary things to change people’s lives for the better.Here’s more on the three guests and how you can get involved with them:Tshiamo LegoaleLegoale is a 27-year-old geologist at Mintek who won the international competition FameLab Award. Her winning talk was on phytomining; as she puts it, she wants to “grow gold from wheat”, which essentially means using wheat plants to harvest gold from mine dumps.Legoale was one of three entrants from Africa in the FameLab competition, which was held in England. She received the FameLab award.Contact detailsWebsite: www.mintek.co.zaTwitter: @legoale_tshiamoTebogo DitshegoEntrepreneur Tebogo Ditshego (left) with actor Thapelo Mokoena at the fifth World Book Celebration. The annual event is hosted by Ditshego Media. (Image: Melissa Javan)Ditshego is CEO of Ditshego Media and founder of the initiative ReadABookSA, which is known as the biggest online book club in the country. He is also the chairman of the South African Reading Foundation.Ditshego, author of the self-published novel Kasi Nerd, talks about the concerns regarding literacy in South Africa and how he is working to overcome them.Through ReadABookSA, for example, people are challenged to read at least one book a month. The initiative has more than 39,700 followers on Twitter.Contact detailsWebsite: www.ditshegomedia.co.zaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @ReadABookSA or FacebookKarin LandiKarin Landi with Play Your Part series host Kabelo Mabalane. (Image: Play Your Part series)Landi is the co-founder of the online portal, Community Hours SA, which facilitates and manages community service for teenagers, parents, teachers, schools, active citizens and NPOs.Community Hours SA offers out of the box volunteering opportunities that encourage sustainable volunteering and active citizenship. In this episode, she talks about how it got teenagers involved with the initiative, Fight with Insight.Landi also serves on the governing body of the Johannesburg Junior Council and is the goodwill ambassador of the CEO SleepOut.Contact detailsWebsite: www.communityhourssa.co.zaEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @communityhoursa or FacebookYou can also get involved with Fight with Insight on Facebook.Play Your Part broadcasts at 18:00 every Saturday on SABC 2.To get involved in playing your part in South Africa:Check out the conversation on Twitter: #GetInvolved; or,Find out about initiatives on Play Your Part here.Tell us how you Play Your Part through our social media channels:Follow us on Twitter: @PlayYourPartSA;Follow Brand South Africa on Twitter: @Brand_SA; andLike us on Facebook: Official Brand South Africa.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Registrant:Domain Administrator Microsoft Corporation One Microsoft Way Redmond WA 98052 US firstname.lastname@example.org +1.4258828080 Fax: +1.4259367329 Domain Name: office.com The previous owners were Belgian startup ContactOffice, and there’s no news on how much the domain was purchased for. The news of Microsoft Office 2010 confirmed what many suspected: Microsoft will be offering a free online version of Office to compete with all of the SaaS suites out there. Thanks to some WHOIS sleuthing by istartedsomething, we now also know where it will reside. Office.com is likely to be the home of the SaaS Microsoft Office. The Web-based beta of Office 2010 isn’t out yet, but those who are dissatisfied with Google Docs and Zoho should keep a close eye on Office.com. The site is currently in transition, but the WHOIS record clearly shows that someone in Redmond has taken the time to register the domain: 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… steven walling Related Posts Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Tags:#enterprise#news
A 12-year-old girl was slapped 168 times over a period of six days by her classmates at a residential school on the instructions of their teacher, the child’s father complained to school authorities and police. However, the school principal K. Sagar termed it a “friendly” punishment. “They were not strong slaps but mild and friendly ones. We will also talk to the parents. We don’t allow corporal punishment in the school. The girl is weak in studies and doesn’t complete her assignments,” Mr. Sagar said, adding that the teacher chose this form punishment to improve her performance in school. The incident took place at the Navodaya Vidyalaya in Thandla town here and the girl’s father, Shivpratap Singh, told police that she was slapped 168 times between January 11-16 for not completing her homework.The girl is a student of Class VI at the school.He told police that the school’s science teacher, Manoj Kumar Verma, on January 11, asked his daughter’s classmates to slap her as a form of punishment and 14 girls slapped her two times every day for six days.Mr. Singh also stated in his complaint, filed a couple of days ago, that his child was unwell and therefore was unable to complete her homework. He alleged that the school was aware of the child’s illness. He also told police that his daughter fell ill due to fear and distress and refused to go to school, following which she had to be admitted to a local hospital.Thandla police station in-charge S.S. Baghel confirmed that a complaint had been received but added that no injury was found during medical examination conducted on the girl. “We had received a complaint. No injury was found during the medical examination of the girl. Our team also visited the school and found that such an incident had occurred. We are investigating further. However, no formal case has been registered so far,” he said. District Collector Ashish Saxena said that the issue had come to his knowledge and he had ordered an investigation.