Last week’s results were pleasing as many Papua New Guinean men showed up to take part in the mixed male and female division games. Although it is a newly introduced competition, it has attracted a lot of attention from some of the sports men and women in the city.Some sporting stars such as PNG Men’s touch captain Eugene Eka, the current PNG Pepes coach Una Rokoura and a host of PNG men’s basketballers and regular netballers are also part of fantastic competition.However, tomorrow night the Rita Flynn courts in Port Moresby will heat up again as teams advance into playing their round 4 games.Round 4 will kick off with Mona in the Premier Mixed Division taking on Mari Pasifika, BB Kings will play Kamuna and Api will take on Vepunama.In the Social A division, NSL will play Ripa Rala, Matrix will take on PNGFP while BSP (2) will challenge Lasi and BSP (1) will go up against Veupunama (2).And in the Social B division PNG Construction will go head to head with Aura Netters, Graffitti will go on a showdown with PNG Hardware’s, Lasi will vie against CPL and Int’L SOS will play APVG.
Senior Alyssa Davila scored and assisted on goals as Upland defeated Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 4-0 to advance to the quarterfinals in quest for another CIF-Southern Section Division I title in girls soccer. GIRLS SOCCER ROUNDUP DIVISION II Redlands East Valley 8, Don Lugo 0 Kelsey Gudgeon earned her first hat trick of the season and Taylor Thomas added a goal and two assists as the visiting Wildcats (21-2-2) routed the Conquistadores (16-8-3) in a second-round match. Junior goalkepper Erin Salazar stopped five first-half shots and junior Brittany Winegar made six saves in the second half in combining on the shutout for Redlands East Valley, who plays the Murrieta Valley-El Dorado winner in a quarterfinal match on Thursday or Friday. Dana Sanderlain had two assists for Upland in the win. The Highlanders (25-0-2) will play Los Alamitos on Thursday in the quarterfinals. Goalkeepers Julianna Scott and Jillian Stolar combined to make 11 saves for Don Lugo in the loss. REV will play Murrieta Valley on Thursday in the quarterfinals. DIVISION III La Mirada 1, Norco 0 Sophomore midfielder Lauren Cope scored off the rebound of a free kick in the 11th minute for the only goals as La Mirada (17-9-2) edged Norco. Goalkeeper Shawna Fredrickson had six saves for the Cougars (14-3-4). It was the 15th shutout of the season for Matadores keeper Kiki Salazar, who needed to make only five saves. DIVISION V Pasadena Maranatha 2, Big Bear 0 The Minutemen (23-1-3), seeded No. 1 in the Division, scored a Te’anna Robinson goal in the 15th minute off a Jessica Fry assist and never looked back in defeating the host Bears. The win vaults Maranatha into Thursday’s quarterfinal against Notre Dame Academy (12-4-5), a 3-2 winner over Downey on Tuesday, at a site to be determined today at 9 a.m. DIVISION VI Arrowhead Christian 6, Saint Matthias 0 Kristina Gomez scored three goals and had an assist as the Eagles (21-6) defeated the Victorians to advance to the quarterfinals for the third consecutive year. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
There has been upraor after a Mayo county councillor labelled the seaside town of Bundoran a ‘shanty town’.Bundoran has so much to offer.Independent councillor Christy Hyland said that signage over pubs had become “gaudy” and that Wesport was in danger of becoming “a shanty town like Bundoran”.He was speaking at the West Mayo Municipal District of Mayo County Council. According to The Mayo News, Fine Gael councillor Gerry Coyle responded to the comments by saying, “Bundoran is not a shanty town to be fair”.Hyland raised the point in connection with signs being erected in the local area without any need for planning permission.In response to the comments, independent councillor for Killybegs, a town neighbouring Bundoran, Niamh Kennedy, said, “it is very disappointing, we’re on the Wild Atlantic Way which Mayo is on as well.”UPROAR AFTER BUNDORAN IS CALLED A ‘SHANTY TOWN’ BY MAYO POLITICIAN was last modified: April 29th, 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) Tags:bundorandonegalMayoshanty town