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Gaynstead, C’down remain unbeaten

first_imgDefending champions Camperdown High and Gaynstead High senior teams remained unbeaten this season as both teams made it two from two in Group Two of the second round of the ISSA urban area schoolgirls netball competition, played at the Leila Robinson Courts on Wednesday. Both Camperdown and Gaynstead matches were called off after the third quarter due to rain. Both teams were leading at that stage, and based on ISSA’s netball rules, were declared the winners. Camperdown, led by goal shooter Idara McCarty and goal attack Ramona Lawrence, scored an easy 38-16 win over the previously unbeaten St. Catherine High Gaynstead got by Tarrant 37-14. JUNIORS TWO FROM TWO FOR NORMAN MANLEY – St Catherine vs Norman Manley – Queen’s vs Wolmer’s -Campion vs Holy Childhood -Papine vs St Hugh’s All four start at 2 p.m. – Camperdown vs Gaynstead – St Jago vs St Andrew Technical Both at 2:45 p.m. It was also two from two for Norman Manley High in Group One as their game was also called off after the third quarter. They were comfortably ahead of Immaculate High 31-10. In the only senior match to be completed on the day, former champions St Hugh’s High had a narrow 32-30 win over Tivoli for their first win in Group One. Two other matches will have to be replayed. Excelsior were leading Wolmer’s 20-9 and Queen’s were ahead of Penwood 10-1 when the games were halted by the rain at halftime. Defending junior champions Gaynstead continued their impressive form. They had a big 58-3 win to make it two from two in Group Two. St Hugh’s also picked up their second win in a row in the group after beating St Andrew Technical 25-23. In Group 1, St Catherine High whipped Wolmer’s Girls 25-12, and The Queen’s School easily beat Campion College 31-20, while it was a 29-29 tie between Holy Childhood and Norman Manley. The third set of matches in the second round will continue today at the Leila Robinson Courts. 2:45 p.m: Excelsior vs Norman Manley 2:45 p.m: Queen’s vs Wolmer’s 3:30 p.m: Camperdown vs Gaynstead 3:30 p.m: St Catherine vs Tivoli 3:45 p.m: Penwood vs Immaculate 3:45 p.m: Tarrant vs St Hugh’s – R.G. SENIORSlast_img read more

UK broadcaster Channel 4 plans to launch its first

first_imgUK broadcaster Channel 4 plans to launch its first ‘playalong’ iOS and Android mobile app for gameshow The Million Pound Drop.Created by Remarkable Television, the producers of the TV show, and developed by Monterosa, the iOS version will launch this month, with the Android version to follow.The game features over 700 questions, including 250 new questions researched specifically for the app, plus questions included in the 2010 and 2011 TV series. It also includes social sharing on Twitter and Facebook.Jody Smith, Channel 4’s multiplatform commissioning editor for entertainment and comedy, said: “I’m pleased we’re taking the UK’s most successful play along show to an even bigger audience, by launching on smart phones. We’re expecting to reach even higher numbers, because pretty much everyone watches TV with their phone or tablet to hand. A lot of effort was put into the new Play Any Time game mode, to make the experience slick, exciting and worth paying for.”last_img read more

Local politicians have blamed gangs of roaming tee

first_imgLocal politicians have blamed gangs of roaming teenage youths for causing damage to the former school.Sinn Fein councillor Christopher Jackson said: “There have been a number of incidents at this site over the past two weeks. A number of attempts have been made to set the old building on fire.“Tools have also been stolen from the site.“I have been on the ground each night with local community workers trying to prevent this carry on.“A lot of this is being carried out by a very small group aged no more than 14-15yrs old.“This is the last thing this area needs, a lot of people are working very hard to put on positive community summer schemes for our young people.”The huge blaze at the former Immaculate Concepton College on Wednesday morningPOLICE APPEAL OVER ARSON ATTACK ON DERRY COLLEGE was last modified: July 8th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: Appealing for information, Investigating Officer Constable Martin said: “ The fire was reported to police at around 4.40am and is believed to have been started deliberately.“Due to the extensive damage caused to the building following the fire, the property has now been demolished.“ I am appealing for anyone with any information which could assist the police investigation to contact Strand Road Police Station on 101 quoting reference number 161 06/07/2016.“Or, if someone would prefer to provide information without giving their details they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers and speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 111..” CONSTABLE MARTINIMMACULATE CONCEPTION COLLEGEPOLICE APPEAL OVER ARSON ATTACK ON DERRY COLLEGETrench RoadWaterside The huge blaze at the former Immaculate Concepton College on Wednesday morningPOLICE in Derry are appealing for information following an arson attack at the derelict Immaculate Conception college in the early hours of Wednesday morning.The gym hall at the disused premises on Waterside’s Trench Road was gutted in the blaze.Around 25 firefighters tackled the inferno which started around 4.30 am. ShareTweetlast_img read more