“The harbor is economically valuable to our municipality. It’s been certified by the NJDEP as a Clean Marina, and we need to ensure that it remains that way. Reducing plastic waste is one of the things we can do,” Hubeny said. Two educational workshops about thisproposed single-use plastic regulationwere held for the chamber of commerceand residents. Crowley hopes to advance a growing trend in the Two River area first launched by Monmouth Beach in May 2018, when that town passed a law prohibiting the use of single-use plastics and Styrofoam take-out containers. Violators are subject to a $2,500 fine. In December, the borough attempted to pass a single-use plastics ordinance. It included a 10-cent fee for store customers and restaurant patrons who requested a plastic carry-out bag, but merchants pushed back. “People will argue with me that it’s a slippery slope. First it’s straws, utensils and bags. What’s next? Lids, Styrofoam and DVD packaging? Absolutely! That’s absolutely the goal,” Crowley said. Discussions concerning a possible regulation of single-use plastics and straws to protect wildlife and reduce cleanup costs began in January 2018. Four months later, Crowley was at the forefront of “The Final Straw,” an event supported by the governing body that challenged local restaurants from April 23- 27 to refrain from handing out straws when serving drinks. If patrons requested a straw, they received a biodegradable paper one instead of plastic. “They were afraid the fee would cause customers to go elsewhere, when really itwas included to incentivize people to optfor reusable bags,” Crowley said. “It was amajor point of contention, so we removed itfrom this proposal.” Though single-use plastics have received most of the headlines, American Littoral Society executive director Tim Dillingham said the importance of the helium balloon ordinance should not be lost. Le Grice said she hopes the legislationwill pass and pressure state legislatorsto take the reins and offer municipalitiesmore guidance, rather than forcing themto find their own way. The council will vote on adoption ofthese ordinances at its July 10 meeting. “There have also been reports of whalesingesting them,” he said. “Balloons are asignificant threat to marine wildlife and it’sour belief that there has to be a better wayto celebrate a major life achievement thanby releasing garbage into the air.” “We need to continue to educate thepublic, because not everyone understandsthe impact,” Crowley said. “They see us asa small town with 4,300 residents. Whatgood can this possibly do? But if we do it,what other neighboring towns will follow?We need to set the example.” The following month, Little Silver adopted a plastics ban of its own; first-time violators face a fine of up to $500. By the third offense the fine increases to $2,500 per day of noncompliance. At the time of adoption, the ordinance included a provision that offered business owners a six-month window to achieve compliance and an additional six months if the transition proves to be too difficult. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS– For councilman JonCrowley, the buildup ofdebris on First Avenueand the plastic bags strewnthroughout the branchesof borough trees are a badjoke even he couldn’t havewritten. The proposed legislation was adjustedand introduced at a council meeting lastmonth. Dillingham noted that a deflated balloonsitting on a body of water can resemble ajellyfish, which is a primary source of foodfor sea turtles. Crowley said if the ban on single-use plastics in Atlantic Highlands passes, business owners will have until Nov. 1 to comply. Those in violation will be subject to the borough’s standard code enforcement fines and penalties. Atlantic Highlands borough administrator Adam Hubeny said there are also economic considerations to these ordinances with respect to the Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor. Monmouth Beach followed in March 2019 with legislation that abolished the release of helium-filled balloons. Exceptions to the ordinance included those balloons released for government-authorized scientific or meteorological proposes, hot air balloons recovered after launching and balloons that remain indoors. “We’ve been advocating for municipal bans on balloon releases up and down the coastline. It’s a primary focus of our educational campaigns and we’re empowering towns to speak about them,” Dillingham said. “The state has had a plastics ban bill sitting in committee for a year now. What will it entail to get it out? It’s time to move on it. They have the power and we need a guide. What they pass may be more restrictive, or it may be less restrictive, but this really needs to come from Trenton. We can only do so much,” Le Grice said. According to Hubeny, the harbor is one of just nine in New Jersey to be owned and operated by a municipality and maintaining its health offers a big lift to borough taxpayers. The successful film and television producer, known for his work on the hidden camera reality show series “Impractical Jokers,” is leading the charge in town to ban single-use plastics and the releasing of balloons. Crowley is hopeful local legislation coming before the council in July will clean things up. “The harbor’s utility budget this year is $6.5 million. Out of that total, over a million dollars comes back to the municipality each year. That’s big for us,” Hubeny said, adding that the harbor operates at about 96 percent capacity with a waiting list for boat storage slips. Only selective slips for certain sized boats are currently available. “We all need to understand that though this is a global problem, we need to do our part at home to reduce the source of the biggest contributor to litter in our beach-front areas, harbor and roadways,” said Atlantic Highlands Mayor Rhonda C. LeGrice.
THREE TIME ECLIPSE CHAMPION BEHOLDER HEADS SOLID FIELD IN SATURDAY’S GRADE I, $400,000 VANITY MILE; ECLIPSE WINNING STELLAR WIND TO MAKE 4-YEAR-OLD DEBUT & RED-HOT TARIS STRETCHES OUT OFF GRADE I WIN
Stellar Wind–Victor Espinoza–121Beholder–Gary Stevens–123Divina Comedia–Joe Talamo–121Taris–Flavien Prat–121Lost Bus–Fernando Perez–121All Star Bub–Rafael Bejarano–121Finest City–Tyler Baze–121For scratches, late changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com. THE GRADE I VANITY MILE IN POST POSITION ORDER WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTSRace 7 (of 11) STELLAR WIND: Owned by Hronis Racing, LLC, last year’s 3-year-old Filly Champ has been idle since running a close second in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Distaff at Keeneland on Oct. 30. Originally based at Laurel Park in Maryland for her first two starts, this Virginia-bred daughter of Curlin has blossomed in trainer John Sadler’s care, winning four out of her six starts with him. With Beholder and Taris likely providing some early fireworks, Stellar Wind will likely take back off the early pace with regular rider Victor Espinoza calling the shots from the rail post position. Like Beholder, Stellar Wind is undefeated in two starts at a flat mile. Her overall mark stands at 8-5-1-1, with earnings of $913,200. TARIS: One of two Simon Callaghan trainees, this 5-year-old Kentucky-bred mare by Flatter comes off a sensational 5 ¾ length win in the Grade I, seven furlong Humana Distaff at Churchill Downs May 7 and will be in search of her fourth graded win in her last five starts when she stretches out a furlong here on Saturday. In her only try at one mile, she was an impressive one-turn winner of the Grade III Go For Wand Handicap at Aqueduct four starts back on Nov. 27. A three-time graded stakes winner sprinting, Taris, who drew post four, will likely sit outside of Beholder into the first turn, thus assuring a lively Vanity pace scenario. With an overall record of 13-8-2-2, Taris has earnings of $1,086,260. FIRST 2,000 ON-TRACK FANS TO RECEIVE BEHOLDER POSTER ARCADIA, Calif. (June 1, 2016)–With a Hall of Fame resume that already places her among racing’s all-time great distaffers, B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm’s Beholder heads an outstanding field of seven fillies and mares three and up in Saturday’s Grade I, $400,000 Vanity Mile at Santa Anita.Among those joining the three-time Eclipse Award winning Beholder are last year’s Eclipse Award winning three year old filly, Stellar Wind and red-hot 5-year-old mare, Taris, who stretches out off a monstrous Grade I win going seven furlongs at Churchill Downs.To be run for the 75th time, the prestigious Vanity has been shortened from a mile and one eighth and will be contested for the first time at one mile since its inception at Hollywood Park in 1940. Saturday marks the third time the iconic fixture for fillies and mares will be run at Santa Anita.BEHOLDER – Peppermint Power // $400,000 VANITY MILE – June 4th, 2016 from Santa Anita Park on Vimeo. BEHOLDER: Idle since late September, Richard Mandella’s stable superstar galloped in the Grade III, 1 1/16 miles Adoration Stakes here on May 8, winning by 2 ½ lengths under regular rider Gary Stevens, who has guided her to 10 victories from 11 tries. A winner of last year’s Adoration as well, Beholder, a 6-year-old Henny Hughes mare who possesses tremendous natural speed, is perhaps best served by a brief listing of her career achievements:–Eclipse Award Winning 2-year-old filly of 2012 –Eclipse Award Winning 3-year-old filly of 2013 –Eclipse Award Winning Older Filly or Mare, 2015 –With 13 overall stakes wins, she has 11 graded victories, nine of them Grade I’s –She is an amazing 12 for 13 at Santa Anita –Beholder is undefeated in two tries at a flat mile.With an overall mark of 21-16-3-0 and career earnings of $4,496,600, Beholder’s primary objectives this year are a defense of her victory in last year’s Grade I, 1 ¼ miles Pacific Classic versus males at Del Mar and a first-ever start in the Grade I, $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 5. Additionally, owner Hughes stated following her win in the Adoration that if all goes well, Beholder will run again in 2017 at age seven.“It’s very nice knowing she can train up to the Breeders’ Cup here at home,” said Hughes, following Beholder’s Adoration win. “If she has a good year this year, I’ll do it again at age seven. Why not?! She’s having a good time, she’s really happy…Richard (Mandella) had the The Tin Man running here at age eight. He’s the kind of trainer, a rare trainer that can do that…”
5 years after dropping in these identical tracks in opposition to the Carla Suarez, the czech Petra Kvitova, Favourite eighth, was compensated with a victory over the Spanish, 4-6, 6-3 and 6-0, and certified for the spherical of 16 of the Qatar Open in Doha.After imposing on the Chinese language Shuai Zheng in his debut, Suárez, champion of the match in 2016, couldn’t with the eleventh of the world this week, which after giving up the primary set, was extra blunt within the punch and he developed Carla along with his punches in an hour and 44 minutes. The Spanish had completed with the primary set in 40 minutes, after at all times going forward on the scoreboard, and though it price him to shut this sleeve, by which he wanted 4 factors to take action, he took the lead. The double Wimbledon champion and winner in Doha 2018, had been very erratic in that quarter, with too many right-wing failures, which Carla took the chance to grasp this act, with out giving up his serve as soon as. However all of the sobriety of the Spanish sport vanished from right here. Kvitova was proper along with his lengthy and devastating pictures, and Suarez couldn’t hold the ball in play as at first. A 3-Zero lead helped Petra take over and match the match.Within the third set Carla’s service didn’t work and may solely win one level with every of them. The Spanish was on the mercy of the Czech, who ended up successful at pleasure, and taking revenge on that 6-Zero that Suárez endorsed in his victory within the quarters of 2015 (3-6, 6-0 and 6-3). Kvitova will face in eighths in opposition to Latvian Jelena Ostapenko, Roland Garros champion in 2017, who received the Czech Barbora Strycova, 6-1 and 6-2. Considerably later Garbiñe Muguruza, eleventh favourite, is measured in opposition to Australian Ajla Tomljanovic for a spot within the eighths.
Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ MOST READ In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Paras no regrets going to US despite abrupt end to college career Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames But necessary changes were made. Alab changed its World Imports and had a sponsorship facelift.And now, San Miguel Alab is just three wins away from being the third Filipino team to win the regional crown.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 crownLooking back, Alapag could only brim with pride the way his side persevered and straightened up its rough patches early in the season.“I’m just really proud of our guys,” he said after Alab’s 79-72 victory over Hong Kong Eastern to sweep the semifinals in two games. “They’ve fought and clawed their way to the finals considering where we were at the start of the season. It was tough, tough on me, tough on the guys, and it makes practice tough because of the schedule, having to play once every two weeks. But you got to give credit to their effort coming in every day, committing to working and committing on getting better.”With Renaldo Balkman and Justin Brownlee in tow, things fell into place for the team, stringing eight straight wins as Alab established itself as a legitimate title contender, something which Alapag believed was the turning point for the squad.“We have two incredible imports on and off the court in Balk and Jus. It just helps to set the table collectively as a group,” he said. “We kept moving forward, kind of got our rhythm in the eight-game winning streak and now, we have a confident group that deserves to be there in the finals.”Alapag knows that the pressure is slowly mounting on San Miguel Alab Pilipinas to take home the gold, but for him, his job remains the same.“You know it’s funny. When you’re playing, you dedicate so much of your time in the gym, training, and practicing on the court. But when you’re coaching, that commitment stays the same but now, it’s watching video, trying to find ways that you can improve as a coach, and try to help your team be as prepared as possible.”ADVERTISEMENT Photo from ABLSTA. ROSA — Coming with heightened expectations in its second season, Alab Pilipinas positioned itself as a top flight contender in the 2018 ASEAN Basketball League.However, a 0-3 start casted doubts over the crew’s ability to hang with the league’s bests and put rookie coach Jimmy Alapag under the microscope.ADVERTISEMENT P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding “For me, the work ethic never changes and that’s just who I am and now, I want to make sure that now that I’m coaching, that I do my best to put these guys on a good position to win,” he said.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments
Huskies lose 8-2 to the Whitecourt WolverinesIt was a very close first period with Cody Kalb and Payden Wongstedt scoring the two Huskies goals for a 1st period score of 2-2. In the 2nd period the Wolverines pulled way ahead scoring 4 times, sending the huskies into the 2nd intermission trailing 6-2. During the 3rd period the wolverines kept tearing away with a final score 8-2 Wolverines. Here is a highlights package- Advertisement – [asset|aid=658|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=bf9a441ec666c691a8d77eaad41909bc-Huskies lose 8-2 to the Wolverines _1_Pub.mp3]
“I feel that it’s unfortunate for the kids,” Carson coach Marcel Sanders said of Narbonne’s exclusion. “(Narbonne) is head and shoulders above any other team in the city. … The player is no longer there. It shouldn’t affect the ones who didn’t have anything to do with it. My heart bleeds for them. We are going to try to represent the league in their absence. I am sure all the league coaches feel that way.” Taft, Dorsey and Venice are the top three seeds. The Pilots will travel to face Taft, the No. 1 seed. King-Drew heads to seventh seeded Sylmar according to Sanders. “Taft is the favorite. But you never know what can happen if the top eight teams (play their best brand of basketball),” Sanders said. “Those Valley schools look good on paper. King-Drew and Washington, if you can’t handle their pressure, they’ll run through you. & We got a couple of our post players back. I have some young guards. I don’t know how they will respond. But I think we’ll be fine.” Earl Williams can be reached at (562) 499-1338 or firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Despite Narbonne’s absence, the Marine League will be well-represented as Washington (19-6), the league’s No. 1 entry, secured the No. 6 seed in the City Section playoffs, which are scheduled to start at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Carson (12-15), which will face visiting Eagle Rock in its first-round game, claimed the No. 8 seed; King-Drew (14-14) and Banning (8-9) made the field as the No. 12 and 16 seeds, respectively. One thing is for certain about the L.A. City Section high school girls basketball playoffs: At the completion of the tournament there will be a new champion. Narbonne was eliminated from the equation this week when state officials declined to review a regional ruling that banned the Gauchos from participating in this year’s postseason. The harsh penalty stems from playing Morghan Medlock, who was recently deemed ineligible in 2006.
0Shares0000Alexis Sanchez (left) will not be sold this summer, says Arsene Wenger.PHOTO/Sky SportsLONDON, United Kingdom, Jul 18 – Alexis Sanchez can lead Arsenal back into the Champions League and will not be sold by the club, says Arsene Wenger.Sanchez told Chilean media he wants to play in Europe’s top competition, which the Gunners failed to qualify for after their fifth-placed Premier League finish, and that a decision over his future rests with Arsenal. Wenger remains adamant Sanchez will not be leaving the Emirates this summer, though, revealing the club’s stance is already clear.“The decision has been made and we will stick to that,” Wenger said of Sanchez, who is still a target for Manchester City according to Sky sources.“The decision is not to sell.”Wenger, whose side are preparing for a pre-season game against Bayern Munich on Wednesday, played down Sanchez’s comments regarding Champions League football.“I don’t give too much importance to things that are translated, you know,” he added. “The whole interview that I got didn’t really mean that.“The main focus for us is to concentrate on the Premier League and the Premier League for me today is more important than the Champions League.Arsene Wenger said reports claiming Alexis Sanchez was involved in a training ground bust-up are not true. PHOTO/SKY.“We rested sometimes players in the group stages of the Champions League for the Premier League so that’s become the biggest importance for us.“We played 20 years in the Champions League, that’s 17 years before Sanchez arrived and three years with him so he can get us back in there.”Robin van Persie was sold to Manchester United for £24m as he was due to enter the final year of his Arsenal contract, going on to steer United to the Premier League title the following season, but Wenger denied any sense of deja vu.“Every case is different, Van Persie was going from 30 to 31, when he left he had one year on his contract,” Wenger added. “Sanchez is younger.”Arsenal have brought in Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon for a club-record fee which could rise to £52m, but Wenger said the club could yet add more signings in the current transfer window.“We are still open to strengthening our team with players coming from outside.”“There are two ways to strengthen the squad – the first is to analyse where we have not done so well and where we can improve together, and the other way is to bring in players from outside,” he told Arsenal Player. “We are still open to strengthening our team with players coming from outside.“We are very active on the transfer market and have already realised two incomings. We have to keep a balance as well, that you don’t destabilise the team too much by bringing in too many players.“But we are still active on the transfer market so let’s see what kind of opportunities we can find.”-By Sky Sports-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
The incident happened at 5:25 p.m. Wednesday at Telegraph Road and Bramblebush Avenue in the unincorporated county area of Whittier. The Chevy was stopped at the intersection. At the same time, Werkovich was heading east on Telegraph, approaching the intersection at 30 to 40 mph. The Chevy began turning from Bramblebush onto westbound Telegraph. Zizi said it made a left turn in front of the motorcycle, which broadsided the SUV. Zizi said it hasn’t been determined who was at fault in the crash. Fundraiser nets $5,000 for reward COVINA – Relatives of a Covina motorcyclist killed in a hit-and-run said they raised $5,000 with a rummage sale held last weekend. Friends and family of Ralph Granado sold food and arts and crafts. Omar Granado, son of Ralph Granado, said his mother will match the $5,000 raised. The money will be added to an existing $10,000 reward offered by Supervisor Michael Antonovich. Ralph Granado, who worked as a printer for the Los Angeles County Assessor’s Office, was riding his motorcycle to work July 20 when he was killed on the westbound San Bernardino (10) Freeway, west of Sunset Avenue in West Covina. He was ejected from the motorcycle after he was rear-ended by a Toyota Yaris. As the 55-year-old was trying to stand up, a dark-colored sport utility-type vehicle hit him and fled. Cleanup day Saturday canceled MONTEBELLO – A community cleanup day slated for Saturday has been canceled. If you are interested in participating in an Adopt-An-Area Program, contact the Montebello Street Division at (323) 887-4613. – From staff and wire reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Motorcyclist dies in collision WHITTIER – A Whittier man was killed Wednesday night after a Chevy Avalanche and a motorcycle collided. Thomas Werkovich, 38, was ejected from his motorcycle and suffered major chest trauma. He died at Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Joe Zizi. The 67-year-old La Mirada man driving the sport utility vehicle suffered minor abrasions. WHITTIER – The Whittier Uptown Association in conjunction with the city of Whittier’s Cultural Arts Foundation will present the second annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Art and Music Festival from 4 to 10:30 p.m. on Saturday in Uptown Whittier. The event, along Greenleaf Avenue between Hadley and Philadelphia, will feature artist vendors, a children’s arts and crafts area, special altar makers, food from local restaurants, live music and performance groups throughout the evening. Admission is free to this family friendly activity that celebrates cultural diversity. For information call (562) 693-2844 or (562) 696-2662.
Ulster Junior Cup Reports 27/01/2013Milford United 4-0 Gleneely ColtsThe first half was a dour defensive affair with no chances at either end and neither goalkeeper troubled. Most of the play was bogged down in the midfield area and the colts would have been happy with the situation at the break.Milford raised the tempo on the restart but had a huge slice of luck which enabled them to break the deadlock on 67 minutes when an attempted clearance from a corner saw a defender slice into his own net.They added another on 74 minutes when PJ O Hagan released Ciaran McGinley to run clear and fire low past Jordan McLaughlin in the colts goal. Number three arrived on 81 minutes after Garetth Kerrigan broke through the defence to run clear and round McLaughlin to slot home.They completed the scoring late on after Joey Cullen beat two defenders before crossing for O Hagan to slot home. Killylough (Monaghan) 2-1 (AET) Rasheney FCRasheney made the long trip to Monaghan to play the local Killylough side in wet and wintry conditions on the astro turf in Monaghan Town. The opening period of the game was a dour affair with neither keeper tested and both defences on top.Rasheney took a hold of the game then and on the half hour mark a John Grant free was parried by the home keeper but Ryan Doherty following up just failed to connect.Before the interval John Mclaughlin advanced on the left and crossed for Doherty who fired inches over the bar.The home side took the lead on 55 minutes when John McAree unleashed an effort from forty yards out which caught keeper Johnathan Noone by surprise and ended in the net. But Rasheney levelled on 67 minutes after a John Mclaughlin effort was turned round the post by David Ballantine.From the corner the ball was cleared to John Grant on the right and he cut in to fire low past Ballantine at his near post.On 80 minutes Rasheney had a great chance after David McLaughlin played a one two with Aaron Friel to advance into the area but his effort was well saved by Ballantine.Killylough went close in the closing minutes after Ronan Sterrit cut in from the right wing and unleashed a shot which crashed off the post. The home side made the breakthrough midway through the first period of extra time when McAree converted from the penalty spot.Rasheney tried hard but all they could muster in reply were long range efforts from Grant and John Mclaughlin which were off target and in the end Killylough repeated the scorelines from an earlier FAI Junior cup clash between the sides in Rasheney. Kilmacrennan Celtic 3-2 Glengad UnitedPremier division leaders Glengad have only themselves to blame as they led two nil here in Rathmullan but lost in the end.The home side had the first effort when Kevin Kelly saw an early shot well saved by Martin McLaughlin. Glengad replied with Terence Doherty seeing an effort saved by Ian Gallagher before Patrick McDermott whot wide when well placed after good work from Stephen McLaughlin.Another McLaughlin cross picked out John G McLaughlin but he fired over from the edge of the area.Glengad did take the lead before the interval after a John McDaid cross cannoned off a defender past Gallagher in the home goal.On the restart Stephen McLaughlin had a shot well saved by Gallagher before they doubled their lead on the hour when Paul McLaughlin fed Terence Doherty who rounded Gallagher to score.Kilmacreennan got one back on 71 minutes when the visitors defence failed to clear and Timmy Burke poked home from close range.Minutes later Glengad had a great chance to regain their two goal advantage when Jason Doherty released McDermott but Gallagher saved.Play swung to the other end and on 78 minutes the Glengad defence misjudged a throw in allowing Brian Shields to head home.Then on the stroke of full time the Glengad defence again failed to clear a corner and Caolan Kelly headed home from close range.Moville Celtic 4-2 Drumkill RoversIn a bright opening Kevin Brennan for the visitors turned well but saw his effort deflected away while at the other end Tony Boyce had a shot blocked by Emmet McElvanney.Moville opened the scoring on 9 minutes when a superb Joe Doherty pass found Nigel McMonagle on the run and he rounded the keeper to score.But Drumkil levelled within minutes after Brennan intercepted a poor pass by keeper McGuinness and fired to the net from twenty yards.Moville responded and after good work on the right Conor Mclaughlin’s driven cross was just missed by Dermot Harkin at the back post .On the half hour the visitors Kieran Murphy saw his free kick from the edge of the area well tipped onto the bar by McGuinness and when the corner was not cleared James Traynor fired just wide.The visitors took the lead on 36 minutes when Noel Rice released Brennan to round McGuinness and slot home. Moville got back on terms on the stroke of half time after Sean Doherty fed Raymond Campbell and his twenty two yards effort squirmed under Dwayne Rooney in the Drumkill goal.Moville got a dream start to the second period when Joe Doherty converted a penalty awarded after Tony Boyce was upended.The unmarked PJ Barr then had a header off target before Dermot Harkin had a shot well held by Rooney.The visitors hit back with Traynor just failing to get on the end of Sean O Brien’s cross before Traynors first time effort drifted just wide.McMonagle then had one effort saved before collecting a MB Doherty flick but shooting just wide.Barr then found himself clear in the area but fired wide from ten yards before they scored again on 82 minutes after McMonagle broke clear, rounded the keeper and squared for Joe Doherty to tap home.Clonmany Shamrocks 2-3 Curragh AthleticThis was probably the biggest upset of the round as Clonmany at home were expected to advance.Michael Grant and Mark McLaughlin combined well and the latters dangerous cross was tipped over by Ray Duffy.Curragh served their intention when Shane Barcley broke onto a long ball but fired wide.Clonmany responded with Marty Doherty seeing a free kick turned round the post and from the corner Paul McLaughlin fired over.Then Jason Devlin cut inside from the left but his dangerous cross flashed across goal and eluded all.Before the interval Curragh created a great chance after Ryan Carlin split the home defence for Barclay but he dragged his effort wide. On the restart Marty Doherty had en effort saved before seeing a well struck free turned round the post by keeper Duffy.On 59 minutes Curragh took the lead when Barclay converted a penalty despite keeper Harkin getting both hands to the ball after Barclay had been upended.They doubled their lead minutes later when Barclays effort was parried by Harkin and Garth Gallagher pounced to drill the rebound home.Clonmany got a lifeline after Jason Devlin was upended in the area and Michael Devlin converted but Curragh hit back when Ryan Carlin broke through the home defence before firing low past Harkin.Clonmany got a consolation in the final minutes when substitute Alan Friel flicked on a corner for Jason Devlin to slot home but it was too little too late.Aileach FC 3-6 (AET) Monaghan Town The home side will be kicking themselves as they led by three goals to nil with minutes remaining but somehow contrived to throw it away. Aileach began well and good work by Dermot Doherty and Darren McMonagle saw the former square to brother Gavin to scoop the ball high over Ballantine from fifteen yards.Monaghan were playing some neat football but the final ball was letting them down.Aileachs McMonagle and Doherty were causing havoc on the right and but for stout defending from Johnny Sherry and Paul Gilsenan they could have added to their lead.On the stroke of half time Monaghan broke with Mark Mulhall crossing to Paul Smyth but his effort was gathered at the second attempt by Kevin McDermott.The home side increased their lead minutes into the second period when Dermot Doherty released McMonagle on the right and he advanced into the area to fire low past Ballantine.At the other end Smith turned and saw his shot saved by McDermott before the home side made it three nil on the break when the selfless Anthony Doherty released Conor Gallagher to fire home.But on 85 minutes it all began to go wrong for Aileach when Shane Hannon sneaked in at the back post to head home.Minutes later Paul Hannon capitalized on a poor defensive error to drill gome.Then in the very last minute a headed clearance from a corner was collected by James Traynor and his thirty five yards wonder strike dipped over McDermott and in off the underside of the bar.An experienced Monaghan side dominated a demoralised home side in extra time and took the lead when Conor Callan stole in behind the home defence to slot home before Paul Hannon completed his hat trick with a fine finish from close range at the end of the first half.In the second period Smith saw his shot parried by McDermott and Hannon pounced for his fourth of the game to send the winners from two seasons ago into the quarter finals.FOOTBALL: MIXED FORTUNES FOR INISHOWEN CLUBS IN ULSTER JUNIOR CUP was last modified: January 27th, 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:aileachclonmanyFOOTBALL: MIXED FORTUNES FOR INISHOWEN CLUBS IN ULSTER JUNIOR CUPGlengadmoville celtic
Tommy Tiernan is to play Tory and Arranmore Island.No man is an island – unless you’re Tommy Tiernan!Nope – that’s not Tommy’s latest gag.The hilarious and risqué comedian is to play the two Donegal islands as part of his World Tour of the Islands. As Tommy says himself, he’ll be up and down the West coast of Ireland like a seagull!Drawn like an old Christian monk to where wildness and wind are king, in search of late nights, good fiddlers, seafood chowder and a reasonably priced Bed and Breakfast, Tommy brings his decidedly Irish way of looking at the world to these most uniquely Irish of places.From Tory Island off the coast of Donegal to Bere Island off Cork, he’ll be up and down the Atlantic like a seagull.August will be spent in the most wonderful of ways. Ferry boating, amp lugging, bicycle hiring, yarn spinning, porter drinking, set dancing and kissing the missus on the beach as the sun comes up. Don’t you dare miss it ! Tommy Tiernan – WORLD TOUR of the ISLANDSThe Islander’s Rest, Sherkin Island – 9th AugustClub Cleire, Cape Clear Island – 10th AugustThe Hotel, Bere Island – 11th AugustEarly’s Bar, Arranmore Island – 15th August Tory Island, Social Club – 17th AugustAras Eanna, Inis Oirr – 22nd AugustHalla Ronain, Inis Mor – 23rd AugustInishbofin Community Centre – 25th August Tickets priced €25.00 go on sale this Thursday 30th May at 9am from www.ticketmaster.ie and venues.TOMMY TIERNAN TO PLAY TORY AND ARRANMORE (THAT’S NO JOKE!) was last modified: May 28th, 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:Arranmore Islandtommy tiernanTory Island