The officials reviewed it to make sure, but Poole had clearly gotten the shot away.Abdur-Rahkman and Moe Wagner scored 12 points apiece for Michigan, but it was the unheralded freshman who stole the show. Poole’s flair for the dramatic earned coach John Beilein’s team a trip to Los Angeles for a West Regional semifinal against North Carolina or Texas A&M next week.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkRob Gray scored 23 points and Davis finished with 17 for the Cougars (27-8), who were trying to reach their first Sweet 16 since the last of the Phi Slama Jama teams went to the Final Four in 1984.They just about did it. Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism Michigan guard Jordan Poole (2) is chased by teammates after making a 3-point basket at the buzzer to win an NCAA men’s college basketball tournament second-round game against Houston on Saturday, March 17, 2018, in Wichita, Kan. Michigan won, 64-63. APWICHITA, Kan. — Michigan freshman Jordan Poole drained a long 3-pointer at the buzzer after Houston squandered a chance to lock up a spot in the Sweet 16, giving the third-seeded Wolverines a heart-stopping 64-63 victory in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night.Devin Davis had a chance to seal the win, but the Cougars’ gritty forward missed a pair of foul shots with 3.6 seconds left. 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Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters UP NEXTMichigan heads to the West Region semifinals in Los Angeles, where it will face the winner of Sunday’s game between the second-seeded Tar Heels and No. 7 seed Aggies. Davis gave the Cougars the lead when he made two free throws with 44.1 seconds left. He pushed the advantage to 63-61 when he made the second of two more foul shots with 24.9 seconds to go.Abdur-Rahkman and Charles Matthews came up empty at the other end for Michigan, and Davis pulled down a crucial rebound, and then stalked to the foul line.The senior forward missed both.The down-to-the-wire outcome was hardly surprising given the way the rest of the game went. There were 17 lead changes and 12 ties, including 28-all at halftime.After his huge performance against San Diego State, the Wolverines were wary of Gray every time he touched the ball. They blanketed Houston’s star on the perimeter, cut off lanes to the basket and held him to just eight points on 2-for-11 shooting in the first half.ADVERTISEMENT Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims MOST READ Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Wagner continued to struggle after a poor NCAA Tournament opener, scoring just three points while dealing with foul trouble. Abdur-Rahkman was 2 of 8 from the field, including 0 of 5 from the arc.Michigan air-balled three 3-pointers in four possessions spanning the break.Whistles became constant as the second half wore on, and both teams soon found themselves in foul trouble. Wagner picked up his fourth with 8:43 to go, and Breaon Brady soon took a seat with his fourth for Houston as the game turned into a glorified free-throw shooting contest.Michigan converted eight straight at one point to take a 57-53 lead with 3:42 to go.Armoni Brooks answered with a 3-pointer, and Davis converted a three-point play after fouling Duncan Robinson out with 2:06 left, giving the Cougars a 60-59 lead.Wagner answered with a putback basket for Michigan with 1:41 left, but after the teams swapped 3-point misses, Davis grabbed a crucial rebound and made two foul shots to give Houston the lead.His night would have been a whole lot better if the game ended there.BIG PICTUREHouston showed remarkable poise down the stretch, led by a pair of seniors and three juniors in its starting lineup. But the cracks showed when Davis went to the foul line with a chance to ice it.Michigan won its 11th straight game in the most dramatic of fashions, even without its top players at their best. Abdur-Rahkman finished 4 of 15 from the field and Matthews was 5 for 12. View comments
Monk Acharya Siddeshvaranana from the Ananda Marga Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) is visitingMonk Acharya SiddeshvarananaGuyana after five years to establish a centre for the Ananda Marga Yoga Society Guyana branch.Siddeshvaranana disclosed he was happy about the construction of a facility to accommodate members instead of having them use various locations to host their meetings. The NGO is focused mainly on yoga, meditation, chanting, mysticism and charity.Ananda Marga Yoga Society Guyana aims to help the Guyanese population through a variety of voluntary programmes. It plans to visit schools and educate students and teachers on the benefits of yoga and meditation.Siddeshvaranana has toured a number of other South American countries, including Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil, lending his assistance to the people.“I just want to help people in this time where things are really heard and frustrating,” he told this newspaper. According to the Monk, “I am here watering seedlings while the land is fertile.”The Ananda Marga NGO disclosed that the goal was to make the world a better place, a prosperous one with opportunities for all, and to bring people upon a common platform of unity, love and multifaceted talents.It said meditation was tested at the Stanford University by Dr James Corby and was found to be one of the most powerful forces in time.“In many places of the world, people have enjoyed a multicultural, rich and diverse experience by incorporating Ananda Marga style of yoga in their own traditions,” the group noted.
Following the resignation on Monday, October 6, of former Justice Minister Cllr. Christiana P. Tah, rumors are now flying around Monrovia as to who will succeed the former Justice Minister.Liberia’s former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, resigned her post for what she termed among other things, “collapse of rule of law” within the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf administration.Already, familiar names have been thrown from corner to corner, even within the corridors of power. Among the possible candidates are former Justice Minister under Liberia’s ex-President Charles Taylor, Cllr. Lavela Supuwood, the managing partner for the TIAWA Law and Associate, Cllr. Yarmie-Quiqui Gbeisay, Sr., President Sirleaf’s private lawyer, Cllr. Roland Dahn, as well as Cllr. Michael Jones, among others.But though Cllr. Jones’ name surfaced, his chances are infinitely remote since, regardless of his highly reputed knowledge of the law, the Supreme Court suspended him from practicing law for five consecutive years since 2012.Yet, to even drop his name in the bucket-list suggests that the President’s options may be assumed severely limited. The Justice Ministry’s portfolio requires someone at the helm who is morally strong and knowledgeable enough to manage the nation’s security forces, on the one hand; and who can be the “lynch-pin” in the relationship between the Executive branch of Government and the Judiciary, on the other; and everything in between. Other names being mentioned within the public domain are the present Solicitor-General, Cllr. Betty Larmie Blamo (whose name came first on the list), as well as former Solicitor-General, Cllr. Tiawan Gongloe, and Cllr. Winston Tubman, among others. Cllr. Tubman in 2011, contested for the Liberian Presidency on the ticket of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) against the incumbent President Sirleaf, but lost the vote. Tubman, who now runs a law practice in Monrovia, also served as Minister of Justice under the late President Samuel K. Doe in the early 1980s. These names are being especially speculated among top-notch lawyers in the corridors of the Temple of Justice in Monrovia. Meanwhile, it is reliably learnt that following the resignation of Cllr. Tah, official activities at the Ministry of Justice are being paralyzed owing to recent decision by President Sirleaf to dismiss several highly placed officials of the MOJ.Without the prosecuting arm of the government in the face of Minister Tah’s resignation, security apparatuses, including the National Security Agency (NSA), the Liberian National Police (LNP), the Bureau of Immigration for Naturalization (BIN) and other smaller units are doomed to go-slow on operations, pending the appointment of their new boss by the President. The public is, therefore, hoping that President Sirleaf will appoint a candidate with strong moral character and a wealth of experience in the legal profession, particularly dealing with the public in the face of the country’s present day reality. “This is to avoid any incident of regret in the wake of the resignation of Cllr. Tah,” one eminent lawyer hinted the Daily Observer Tuesday during a mobile phone conversation. Also, several other persons who spoke to the Daily Observer late yesterday expressed regret for Cllr. Tah’s resignation, indicating that her decision was a “great setback to the justice system since she was one of such persons with level-headed administrative qualifications.” On Monday, Cllr. Tah resigned her post when noted that “I cannot be the Minister of Justice and not supervise the operations of the security agencies under the Ministry of Justice, for example; or what is ‘the rule of law’ if the President asserts that she does not trust the Ministry of Justice to independently investigate allegations of fraud against the National Security Agency? What is ‘the rule of law’ if a duly appointed Minister of Justice with oversight for security has grave concerns about what her volitional resignation will mean for her own personal security and freedom as a Liberian citizen?”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The University of Guyana, Turkeyen Campus through its registrar, Dr Nigel Gravesande and President of the United Minibus Union (UMU) Eon Andrews recently inked a three-year agreement for the provision of transportation services for staffers and students.On Friday the university announced that the agreement covers those who travel the Georgetown to East Coast Demerara route which caters for 47 registered Route 44 bus drivers who ply the Georgetown/Turkeyen route, from 07:00h to 21:30h, Monday to Friday, and 07:00h to 18:30h on Saturdays.“The current fare for that route is $120 per person. While the drivers who ply the Turkeyen to Mahaica route will operate from 16:30 h to 21:30 h from Monday to Friday. The current national fare structure applies for villages along that route,” the University said on Friday.In addition, the agreement states that the UG sticker must be prominently displayed on each bus and both drivers and conductors are expected to wear the t-shirts and caps provided by the Union and adhere to the Code of Conduct agreed to by both parties at the signing.Important to note is that minibuses not registered with the UMU – UG Turkeyen Branch will not be allowed to enter the campus “for the purpose of being a transportation provider on the routes specified.”The need for adequate and readily available transportation services has been outlined as the University currently has about 8,000 students enrolled.
…even after abysmal performance at LGEIt has had a poor showing at the Local Government Elections (LGE), and criticisms abound that it has lost its independence since coalescing with the larger partner, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), but Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo is still hoping that his party, the Alliance For Change (AFC), can get a better deal out of the Cummingsburg Accord.The goodbye wave: Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo as he exited the NECNagamootoo made this statement at St. Paul’s Retreat at Vryheid Lust on Saturday, only a short while before news emerged that party leader Khemraj Ramjattan had ousted him as the AFC’s preferred Prime Ministerial candidate for the upcoming elections.Asked by the media whether that party could expect the same allocation of parliamentary seats after the next General and Regional elections, his response was:“(We’ll) have to go back and reconfigure the formula. And however that is reformulated, it has to be what we old time politicians call dialectically. You have to take account of changes; everything has to happen in that way.“There is a platform we have been standing on so far, the Cummingsburg Accord, and we can improve on the platform. I’m hoping that we can.”Nagamootoo noted that even if the ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) necessitates early elections this year, an arrangement could be worked out in a short space of time, as occurred in 2015.The AFC has previously been criticised, especially from the parliamentary Opposition, for what many describe as the submissive role it has been playing since joining forces with APNU as a coalition ahead of the 2015 polls.Decisions such as the closure of sugar estates, which has put thousands of sugar workers out of jobs, have gone unchallenged, and have even been supported by the AFC. This despite the portfolio of the Ministry of Agriculture being held by an AFC party member, Noel Holder.In addition, there has been the strategic re-allocation of responsibilities away from Ministries headed by AFC officials to other Ministries. There is also the fact that, despite the Cummingsburg Accord stipulating that the Prime Minister has responsibility for chairing cabinet and domestic issues, this has not been followed through.The AFC top leadership had, in mid-November of 2017, moved to revise its governing agreement with its majority coalition partner. This made little headway, and talks of revising the agreement petered out after the AFC’s showing at the LGE in 2018, their having failed to win a single Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC).Notwithstanding all this, Nagamootoo is still insisting that the AFC has political influence. He pointed out that at the delegates conference itself, members of the party, both local and overseas, turned out in their numbers.“The AFC started out as a 10 per cent party, as a junior party in the coalition. Today the AFC is a significant partner of the coalition,” Nagamootoo told the media.“The AFC has under its wings strategic ministries. Look, they have been calling me rubberstamp and a person without power, and everything else, but tomorrow you’ll see. If I announce I am walking, (they) will celebrate, because they’ll think they got rid of (me).“So you’ll have the critics saying all manner of things. At one point, they’d say the AFC is being bullied in the coalition, and another time they’ll say the AFC is dead. So you don’t bully the dead.“We cannot work according to the agenda of the detractors; we have to work in real terms: that here is a party that is a member and part of a coalition,” he declared.Recycling leadersNagamootoo also responded to allegations that the AFC was just recycling its old leaders. For instance, on Saturday, Ramjattan was also elected unopposed as leader of his party, prior to being chosen as the PM candidate, riding on the endorsement of former leader Raphael Trotman.Both David Patterson, Public Infrastructure Minister and eventual AFC General Secretary, and Public Telecommunications Minister Cathy Hughes had previously declined nomination for the leadership of the party, paving the way for Ramjattan’s election.Trotman, the Natural Resources Minister, has in turn been endorsed as Chairman of the party by Ramjattan, and this was not opposed. Hughes was also re-elected to her post as Vice Chair.Nagamootoo is still insisting that the AFC is a party that believes in giving others in its membership a chance to lead. According to the PM, time is needed to “incubate” the party.Commenting on his own future with the party, he noted that he is not a “dinosaur.”“I believe (that) at some point in time, Nagamootoo will have to make way for someone. That, for me, is the perfect transition. I’m not here as a dinosaur, to stay or an old boat dropping my anchor. That is not my thought,” he said.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The start of hockey action at the Crystal Cup pond hockey tournament will be delayed until the second day, after warmer than seasonal temperatures continue to cause inconveniences across the Peace Region.Tournament organiser Neil Evans said in a post on social media that games that were planned to take place tonight have been rescheduled for Saturday morning due to unfavourable playing conditions. Hockey action is set to tentatively begin earlier and end later on both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday will see teams start at 10:00 and end at 10:00 p.m., while on Sunday games will tentatively run from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.Evans says that though there won’t be any hockey action, festivities will still be in full swing, with the kids’ and public skating rinks open, and Friday night now officially named Social Night in the Crystal Cup Gardens with live music and other festivities.- Advertisement –
We, the undersigned, Lawful Firearm Owners of Canada, request (or call upon) the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Re-classify the Armalite Rifle – 15 back to non-restricted status so we can once again use this rifle to lawfully participate in the Canadian cultural practices of hunting.- Advertisement -Zimmer goes on to say that the petition is not asking for easier gun access and says he will continue to support a safe system that provides firearms to law-abiding Canadians while making sure criminals do not have access to such weapons.“The petition is not asking for easier access to firearms. To obtain a restricted or non-restricted firearm one must go through a rigorous process which includes applying for a firearms licence, going through a thorough screening process and police background checks, and going through the necessary firearms safety training courses.I support the Canadian outdoors traditions of hunting, fishing and sports shooting. I will continue to support a system that provides safe, licensed firearms ownership for law-abiding Canadians, while also ensuring that criminals do not have easy access to firearms.”Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Local MP Bob Zimmer recently tabled a petition in the House of Commons regarding the AR-15 being re-classified for the use of hunting.Gun debate has been a hot topic as of late and Zimmer has come under some criticism. He has released a statement today clarifying his role and intentions.“As a Member of Parliament, part of my duty is to ensure that the voices of all Canadians are heard in Parliament. This includes presenting petitions of citizens in the House of Commons.Six months ago Mr. Bennett asked for my assistance in ensuring that his petition would be able to be presented in the House of Commons. I agreed and his petition was posted on the e-Petition website and received 25,249 signatures – the highest number of signatures for an e-Petition in Canadian history when it was tabled in May 2016.”Zimmer also reminded everyone what the petition states.“The petition states:Advertisement
20 9. Jordan Henderson – Sunderland – Henderson joined his hometown club at the age of eight and made his professional debut ten years later. His performances earned him the clubs Young Player of the Year two years running, earning the attention of Manchester United and Liverpool, joining and now captaining the latter, as well as being an England squad regular. 20 8. Sol Campbell – Tottenham Hotspur – This will upset a few Spurs fans who believe it should be Ledley King, but Campbells career was far better. The former England defender played 73 times in a decent era for the national team, as well as winning four FA Cups, a League Cup and two Premier League titles including being an integral part of the 2004 Arsenal invincibles. 20 20 20 5. Steven Gerrard – Liverpool – After 18 years of service to Liverpool, Gerrard has gone down in history as one of the club’s greatest ever players. He joined the Reds academy as a nine-year-old and went on to become one of the players of his generation and club captain, but failed to lead Liverpool to that elusive Premier League title. He did, however, inspire the club to an incredible Champions League triumph, and scored in and won FA Cup, UEFA Cup and League Cup finals. Not bad, considering Liverpool were consistently inferior to the cream of the Premier League and Europe during his career. He emotionally left the Reds to join Cole at LA Galaxy but is expected to retire at the end of the season. 17. Saido Berahino – West Bromwich Albion – Berahino may have thrown his toys out of the pram recently but he could have a big future ahead of him after a great start to his professional career. 20 20 7. Ashley Cole – Arsenal – Cole started his youth career at the Gunners, made his debut aged 18 and was one of the invincibles. However he is hated by Arsenal fans who believe he betrayed the club by moving to Chelsea, where he won every trophy possible. Tony Adams doesnt qualify for the Gunners as he made his debut outside of the Premier League era. Cole still plays in MLS for LA Galaxy. 3. Wayne Rooney – Everton – Rooney joined Everton aged nine and was prolific through the youth ranks, scoring 114 goals in 29 games for the under-10s and 11s. He famously scored his first goal against Arsenal to propel him onto the world scene before joining Manchester United and becoming one of the clubs greatest ever players; he is currently only four goals shot of becoming their highest ever goalscorer. He has also won virtually every major club trophy since leaving Everton but still says he loves the club, despite outraging a large proportion of Toffees fans when he left for Old Trafford in 2004. 20 15. Danny Ings – Bournemouth – Ings joined Bournemouth after he was released as a schoolboy by Southampton before making his debut aged only 17 for the Cherries. He scored seven times in 27 games before Burnley took notice and signed him for around £1m. The compensation Liverpool paid Burnley for him was an English record but he spent much of last season out injured. 20 4. John Terry – Chelsea – As a boy, Terry was part of West Hams youth system but he left for Chelsea at 14 at a time when youth players were not tied to contracts, hence why the Blues paid no compensation. Terry has spent 18 years at Stamford Bridge so far, playing 483 times, scoring 40 goals and winning the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Champions League and Europa League as captain. 20 14. Stephen Ireland – Manchester City – Micah Richards misses out because City paid a fee for him as a youth player so Ireland, who joined the club at the age of 15, gets the nod. He played 138 times for City and was named the clubs Player of the Year for 2008/09. He is now at Stoke after a spell at Aston Villa but only made 16 appearances for the Potters last term. 20 12. Joe Allen – Swansea City – Welsh-speaker Allen joined Swansea at the age of nine, spending 13 years at the club before joining Liverpool. During that period he played for the Swans in League One, the Championship and the Premier League. He could find himself back in South Wales this summer with the Swans keen to bring him back from Liverpool after a fine Euro 2016. 20 10. Ashley Young – Watford – Young was initially turned away from Watfords academy after an unsuccessful spell but improved and forced his way back to the club before making his debut as an 18-year-old. He scored 19 goals in 98 games and helped the club to the Premier League before moving on to Aston Villa and then Manchester United, where he has won the Premier League and the FA Cup. 20. Clayton Donaldson – Hull City (click the arrow, right, to see who is considered your club’s best homegrown player in the Premier League era, and which player is ranked number one) – N.B. Only players who made their senior football debut during the Premier League era (1992/93 season onwards), having represented the same club at youth level, are included. The club cannot have paid any fee or compensation to sign them (for example, the compensation paid by Arsenal to Barcelona for Cesc Fabregas rules him out of consideration for this homegrown ranking). And total career achievements are taken into account when deciding the ranking of each homegrown player, not just their achievements at the club where they emerged. At 20, Hull havent got a whole lot to shout about in regards to their academy graduates, so Donaldson is as good as it gets. The striker made his debut for Hull in 2002 after progressing through their youth team following his release from Bradford. He went on to help Brentford achieve League One promotion and scored 11 Championship goals for Birmingham City last season. Not bad, but only good enough for 20th place in our ranking of Premier League clubs’ top homegrown talent. 20 11. Andy King – Leicester City – Devon-born Welshman King has spent his whole career with the Foxes after being released as a Chelsea schoolboy at the age of 15. King is their highest scoring midfielder with 53 goals and won League One, the Championship and the Premier League with the club. 16. Jay Rodriguez – Burnley – Injury has hampered his Southampton career but the former Burnley man has scored 52 goals in his professional career, since making his debut for the Clarets in 2007 after working his way through their youth system. 1. Gareth Bale – Southampton – He may not have done too much for Southampton since becoming the Saints second youngest ever player when he made he debut aged 16, but he is one of the best players the Premier League has ever seen. His goals for Tottenham took them to the Champions League before he became the worlds most expensive player. At Real Madrid he has won two Champions Leagues in his three seasons as well as dragging Wales to Euro 2016 almost single-handedly, then on to a semi-final place. The British game hasn’t seen a player consistently make such an individual impact around the football world for a long time, and Bale is arguably the greatest ever footballer to leave the UK and play abroad. 20 19. Karl Henry – Stoke City – Henry made 120 appearances for the Potters after joining them as a youth player in 1998. He is currently at QPR but also played in the Premier League with Wolves after helping them achieve promotion. 6. Frank Lampard – West Ham United – Lampard is the best of a line of fantastic youth products to come out of West Ham, such as Rio Ferdinand, Joe Cole and Mark Noble. However, Lampards career after he left the Hammers edges him just past Ferdinand as he became one of the best midfielders in the world and won every trophy possible with Chelsea, before moving to Manchester City and then MLS with New York City. 20 13. Lee Cattermole – Middlesbrough – Cattermole was at Middlesbrough for seven years before making his senior debut at the age of 17 and bring named the clubs youngest ever captain in the same season. He has played a key role in a number of current club Sunderland’s successful Premier League survivals since leaving Boro. 20 20 20 20 Homegrown players who progress through the academy are a rare thing in the Premier League nowadays; with the embarrassing riches for clubs meaning foreign players are often a more enticing option.Jose Mourinho, in particular, has come under criticism of this, which led him to vehemently defend his record with youth players.But how have the current Premier League clubs done with bringing through academy graduates?Click the arrow above, right, as talkSPORT ranks the best academy graduates from each other the 20 top-flight clubs.N.B. Only players who made their senior football debut during the Premier League era (1992/93 season onwards), having represented the same club at youth level, are included. The club cannot have paid any fee or compensation to sign them (for example, the compensation paid by Arsenal to Barcelona for Cesc Fabregas rules him out of consideration for this homegrown ranking). 2. Paul Scholes – Manchester United – Like Adams with Arsenal, Ryan Giggs doesnt qualify for our ranking as he made his debut outside of the Premier League era, so the honour goes to Scholes. He came through the youth system with the likes of David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Giggs and Gary and Phil Neville as the Class of 92 and won 11 Premier League titles, two Champions Leagues and three FA Cups. And if that is not enough, Scholes has been lauded as the best midfielder of his generation by the likes of Zinedine Zidane, Andreas Iniesta and Xavi. 20 18. Clinton Morrison – Crystal Palace – Morrison scored 61 goals in 157 appearances for the Eagles in his first spell before returning to the club for a further 41 goals in 124 games. He went on to play for a host of other clubs throughout the Football League and now turns out for Redditch United in the Southern League Premier Division.
HUNDREDS OF SWIMMERS TAKE TO THE WATER FOR ANNUAL RATHMULLAN DIP was last modified: January 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:HUNDREDS OF SWIMMERS TAKE TO THE WATER FOR ANNUAL RATHMULLAN DIP HUNDREDS of swimmers took to the waters off Rathmullan for the annual New Year’s Day charity dip.They came in all shapes and sizes – even Elvis made an appearance for the event run by a committee in Ramelton.The event helped to raise money for the Donegal Mountain Rescue Team.
Some images captured from the day by a Mulroy College student.A Careers Fair held in Mulroy College, Milford on Tuesday last for all senior students proved a huge success. During the fair students had the opportunity to meet guests from a wide range of career sectors and they listened to presentations and asked questions in relation to each career.Many of the guests speakers commented that they hoped the students had learned as much form them as they had form their experience at the school! The feedback from the students was very positive. On behalf of the students, staff at Mulroy College thanked the invited guests for taking the time out of their busy schedule to come to Mulroy College to meet the students.Guest speakers included: Mr Chris Mc Gee, Donegal ETB, Mrs Elaine McFadden, Business in the Community, Mr Patrick Gildea, Patrick Gildea Hairdressing, Mrs Alma Curran, Principal, St Joseph’s National School, Rathmullan, Mr Jamie Gallagher, Donegal County Council, Mrs Sally O Donnell, The Park Schools for Early Learning, Mr Stephen McGuire, Donegal Daily, Mr Michael Black, Triathlon Ireland, Mr Stephen Mc Daid, Pramerica, Mr Denis Faullkner, Greentrack Agriculture Consultants, Ms Patricia Blaney, TULSA, Garda Marron, Garda McGlynn, and Sergeant McGrory, An Garda Siochana.CAREER FAIR AT MULROY COLLEGE PROVES A HUGE SUCCESS was last modified: October 22nd, 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)