City Hall violates court order: Paid parking to resume on Monday

first_imgPaid parking to resume on Monday…issues new regulations… JFAP finally sees the light: condemns unjust contractDespite a High Court order on Thursday putting the controversial Parking Meter Project on hold, the Georgetown Mayor and City Council (M&CC) will be restarting paid parking in the city come Monday with a plethora of new concessions for motorists.This was announced by Mayor Patricia Chase Green at a joint press conference held on Friday by the M&CC and Smart City Solutions (SCS), the company contracted to carry out the project.Mayor Patricia Chase Green and Town Clerk Royston King, along with Director of SCS Amir Oren and Kit Nascimento at a joint press conference on FridayMayor Chase Green, in her statement to reporters, said “As of Monday next, we will resume implementation of the Parking Meter Project.”When questioned about this decision to restart the project in light of the pending court action, the Mayor explained that legal advice was sought on the matter. “My understanding of the matter before the court is one that doesn’t stop us; there’s not an injunction that stops us from operating,” she posited.At that point, Town Clerk Royston King interjected and blocked further questioning on the issue.Court orderOn Thursday, acting Chief Justice Yonette Cummings-Edwards handed down a court order calling on the Mayor and City Council, and the Town Clerk, the named respondents, to show cause why the project should not be quashed. The order was granted after an application for judicial review was made by Attorney Kamal Ramkarran, on behalf of Mohendra Arjune.The respondents will have to present their case on February 27, before Justice Brassington Reynolds. Also on that date, a second court action on the Parking Meter Project against the City Council filed by the New Building Society (NBS) will also come up for hearing, where the Town Clerk and Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan were ordered to present arguments on why the Parking Meter Project should not be quashed.Minister Bulkan had signed off on the By-laws to green-light paid parking in the city last month.However, among the orders granted by the Chief Justice on Thursday was the revocation of “the decision of the Mayor and Councillors and anyone acting by or through them or under their directions or instructions or on their behalf to exempt persons or categories of persons from paying fees for parking in the City of Georgetown and being subject to penalties for parking in Georgetown.”PenaltiesIn this regard, when asked whether as of Monday clamping of vehicles will recommence as well, King told reporters “we will resume our operations on Monday and that will include the tools that are available to us for non-compliance of our By-laws.”Further pressed whether those “tools” was were referring to clamping, the Town Clerk responded in the negative, however, Director of Business Development attached to SCS, Amir Oren, said “Yes”.But, Mayor Chase Green immediately interrupted saying, “Don’t let them (media) confuse you Amir!” She went on to point out that there will be immobilisation to give persons permission to pay for the parking space they would have occupied without a parking meter ticket, as oppose to a fine that previously obtained.This is one of the new changes made to the paid parking model, whereby they are moving from a ‘pay for space’ method to ‘pay for plate’, which can be used at more than one parking zone. This will allow for motorists to pay for parking time for their vehicles, as oppose to pay for parking space for a particular amount of time.“This effectively means that motorists will be able to purchase any amount of time for their cars, even if it’s on a discounted basis, and they’ll be able to put those parking tickets within cars and then use that time anywhere within any Meter Parking Zones in the city (until the time on the parking ticket expires),” Oren explained.Fee structureThe other changes include a 50 per cent reduction of meter rates for those parking eight hours or more. This means motorists buying parking time for eight hours or more will pay $25 dollars for 15 minutes plus Value Added Tax (TAX). Meanwhile, the $50 per 15 minutes plus VAT metered parking fee will remain the same and be applied to all motorists parking for periods of 15 minutes to four hours.“The idea really is to cement the market for those persons who would come to town and look for parking on a short-term basis, so that you’re enhancing many of the benefits of mobility and parking space turn-over that you would have with such a structure, but at the same time take into account that you need to make available discounted parking for the working class or those parking for long-term hours in the city,” the SCS official stated.However according to Oren, those motorists purchasing four hours of parking at $50 per 15 minutes plus VAT, which effectively costs the same as eight hours with the 50 per cent reduction as mentioned, will automatically be credited with four more bonus hours of metered parking. This, Oren noted, was done to ensure that the new payment structure makes sense in that motorist buying less time pay more and those buying more time pay less.Furthermore, the SCS Business Director disclosed that a 15 minutes grace period before clamping has also been introduced, as well as one month free from paying the immobilisation fee so that motorists can become familiarised with the new changes. However, vehicles will still be immobilised but instead of paying the immobilisation penalty fee, motorists will be required to pay the parking fees ($50 for every 15 minutes) spent on the Parking Zones.These changes, however, will be enforced until the By-laws are amended. The draft documents are currently being prepared and this process will take some seven to 10 days.According to Mayor Chase Green, these changes were as a result of further talks recently held with various stakeholders. Minister of State Joseph Harmon had disclosed last week that the penalty aspect of metered parking in the city was relaxed to facilitate further consultants after widespread consultations against the project continued.It was noted that these new rates were initially designed for the working class, but given the practice of businesses to secure parking in front of their buildings, a decision was taken to have the concessions be applicable to all motorists.The Parking Meter Project has caused widespread criticism with various stakeholders calling for it to be cancelled. It has also attracted mass protest actions.last_img read more

Marcus Bisram to be extradited to Guyana – US Court orders

first_imgA New York Judge has ruled that murder accused Marcus Bisram be extradited to Guyana. The decision, handed down on Thursday by Judge Peggy Kuo, marks the turning of a page in Bisram’s dogged efforts to stay clear of Guyana’s legal system.Alleged mastermind: Marcus BisramIt is understood, according to the particulars of the order, that the judge backed the extradition on the basis of the applicability of Guyana’s treaty with the United States.She also found that the Government of Guyana substantiated its request for Bisram with adequate documents.Dead: 26-year-old Faiyaz NarinedattPending his extradition, Bisram, has been incarcerated in a New York holding facility until the resolution of technical facets with the process. Efforts to make contact with Bisram’s local Attorney-at-Law, Sanjeev Datadin, were futile.Bisram, 27, was charged in absentia last year for the murder of 26-year-old Faiyaz Narinedatt, a carpenter. Narinedatt was murdered on November 1, 2016 at Number 70 Village, Corentyne, Berbice.Judge Peggy KuoBisram was the sixth person charged with the murder of the carpenter. He was charged along with his 39-year-old bodyguard, Orlando Dickie of Stevedore Housing Scheme, Georgetown.Four other persons were initially charged for the carpenter’s murder. They were 39-year-old Radesh Motie, an excavator operator of Lot 124 Number 74 Village; 49-year-old Harripaul Parsram of Lot 164 Number 71 Village; 18-year-old Deodatt Dutt of Lot 98 Number 71 Village; and 37-year-old Nirone Yacoob, a hire car driver of Lot 65 Number 67 Village.Two of the accused had reportedly confessed to investigators that they were ordered by the overseas-based Guyanese businessman to kill Narinedatt, after which they dumped his body on the Number 70 Public Road to make his death seem the result of a hit-and-run accident.They claimed Narinedatt had choked and slapped the businessman after he (Bisram) had made sexual advances towards him.Additionally, the businessman’s mother and sister were charged and remanded to prison after they offered bribes to Police ranks to “duck the case”.Shinella Indarally, 45, and Mary Anne Lionel, 25, both of Lot 171 Section B, No 71 Village, Corentyne, were charged for deliberately attempting to obstruct the course of justice. It was reported that they offered a police corporal $4 million to release the four men who were detained for the murder, and to also cease efforts to apprehend Bisram.A few hours after the body was discovered, it is alleged, the mastermind had gone to the Springlands Police Station and allegedly offered to pay the two officers. A constable and a corporal were arrested and placed under close arrest.The Guyana Police Force had issued a wanted bulletin for the mastermind –giving his address as Lot 115, Section ‘A’ Number 70 Village, Corentyne, Berbice and somewhere in the United States. However, the businessman had already fled the country and returned to the US.This prompted local law enforcement to contact its overseas counterparts, and Interpol subsequently issued a wanted bulletin for Bisram. The Interpol red notice urged persons in the United States to contact the nearest Police Station, or 911, once the wanted man is sighted.last_img read more

Remembering those who served

first_img• Photo Gallery: Peace Officers’ Memorial • Video: Peace Officers’ MemorialWHITTIER – Law enforcement agencies from throughout the county gathered Wednesday in an annual rite that draws attention to the price some pay as police officers and sheriff’s deputies. The Los Angeles County Peace Officers’ Memorial held at the Sheriff’s Training Academy and Regional Service Center in Whittier honors those who died in the line of duty the previous year. Their families and friends attended the event Wednesday. Bronze plaques bearing the names of Covina Police Sgt. Scott Hanson, Deputy David Piquette and LAPD Officer Landon Dorris were added to the memorial on Wednesday. “He would have really appreciated this,” said Hanson’s widow, Allison. “The fact he would be memorialized is very special.” Hanson is the first Covina police officer to die from injuries received while on-duty. He died July 3, 2006, of complications from injuries he suffered after his patrol car was hit by a van Aug. 14, 2003, on Citrus Avenue at Badillo Street. His patrol car spun out and hit a wall. Hanson was in a semi-comatose state for nearly three years. Piquette was an instructor at the STAR Center. He was on his way to work July 7, 2006, when he swerved to avoid a stolen stove that fell off a truck on the Riverside (91) Freeway. His Ford Crown Victoria slid sideways and wedged between two trailers of a big rig loaded with dry cement. Both vehicles traveled toward the shoulder, where the big rig landed atop a concrete wall. Dorris was struck by a car Oct. 22, 2006, while investigating a traffic crash in Los Feliz. He was pronounced dead at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center. Sheriff Lee Baca lit the brazier in front of the memorial, using a torch that was carried in a memorial run. “Who is Scott Hanson? Who is David Piquette? Who is Landon Dorris?,” Baca asked. “I’ll tell you who they are. They will go out of their way to help someone they never knew. They will go out of their way to risk their lives.” The audience was also asked for a moment of silence in honor of sheriff’s Detective Raul Gama, who was buried Monday. He was killed May 1 in North Hollywood when a driver crashed into his parked surveillance van. His name will be put on the wall next year. Doves were released. An honor guard made up of officers from different agencies marched past the audience. Flags were lowered to half staff as a bugler played “Taps.” “It’s tragic that we have to do this every year,” said Covina police Chief Kim Raney. “The sad part is families of law enforcement at home will be attending this unfortunately next year.” John March knows that situation well. His son, sheriff’s Temple Station Deputy David March, was killed five years ago during a traffic stop in Irwindale by Armando Garcia, an illegal immigrant who fled to Mexico after the shooting. Garcia was caught last year and pleaded guilty March 2 to March’s murder. John March offered a sympathetic ear to families of the fallen officers. “I’m so sorry for what you are feeling, what you are going through,” he told the crowd. “I feel the pain each and every one of you feels.” He said the pain will never stop but one can have a meaningful life after. “Do things. Don’t just sit and feel the grief. Reach out to them \. They are your family,” John March said. Deputy District Attorney Steve Cooley, L.A. City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo, and Supervisors Don Knabe and Mike Antonovich also spoke at the event. Like the other speakers, Antonovich lauded law enforcement. But he was critical of the media’s behavior in a “riotous situation,” certain politicians who short-change law enforcement and professionals who raise millions to support those who create chaos. The remark about the media was in reference to the May 1 immigration rally at MacArthur Park where LAPD officers were accused of firing rubber bullets and swinging batons at journalists and protesters. Several reporters, protesters and officers were injured in the incident. ruby.gonzales@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Spain stay unbeaten under Lopetegui with Swiss draw

first_imgAndres Iniesta drew a sharp save from Yann Sommer at his near post before the break, and the veteran midfielder went close again early in the second half before he was replaced to a warm ovation ahead of his move to Japan.AC Milan defender Rodriguez levelled for Vladimir Petkovic’s Switzerland, also World Cup bound, on the hour with a tap-in from close range after David de Gea palmed away an effort by Stephan Lichtsteiner.Sommer then produced another fine stop to deny Valencia forward Rodrigo, while Nacho grazed the post with a curling strike late on as Spain’s unbeaten run under Julen Lopetegui stretched to 19 matches.“I’m happy on a personal level to have helped the team. We felt good out there, this match will help us to strike the right balance,” Odriozola told Spanish TV.“If you had told me that (I’d have scored for Spain) a year and a half ago, I wouldn’t have believed it,” said the 22-year-old who was playing for the Real Sociedad reserve team in the third division until 2017.“That’s life and that’s football, it’s the reward for working every day.”Spain, the 2010 world champions, have one final warm-up game against Tunisia in Krasnodar next Saturday before their opening match of the tournament against Portugal on June 15.They also face Iran in Kazan on June 20 and conclude their Group B campaign against Morocco in Kaliningrad five days later.Switzerland take on Japan in Lugano next Friday ahead of flying out to Russia.They play five-time World Cup winners Brazil in their first match in Group E on June 17, with games to come against Serbia and then Costa Rica.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Alvaro Odriozola bagged a memorable first goal for Spain © AFP / JOSE JORDANVILA-REAL, Spain, Jun 4 – Ricardo Rodriguez equalised for Switzerland as World Cup contenders Spain were held to a 1-1 draw at home in their final friendly before jetting out to Russia next week.Real Sociedad right-back Alvaro Odriozola volleyed Spain ahead on 29 minutes in Vila-real with a fantastic strike from the edge of the area in just his third international appearance.last_img read more

Peace Regional RCMP advise of phony email scam targeting big business accounts payable

first_imgPEACE RIVER, A.B. –  The Peace Regional RCMP are advising the public of phony email scams targeting big business accounts payable.On August 14, RCMP received a report that a large company had been mimicked through email.Police say the mimic used a fake email address very closely resembling the large company. The address was one letter off, normally ending in @telus.net, but was mimicked as @gtelus.net.- Advertisement -According to RCMP, the mimic emailed three clients of the large company informing them that due to a compromised bank account the large company was redirecting all invoice payments to a trust bank in Ontario.It is said that the matter involved payments that totalled $250,000.The Peace Regional General Investigation Section (GIS) is investigating and urges anyone handling accounts payable to verify all unusual payment process requests with their normal contact at the companies they pay before acting on them.Advertisementlast_img read more

Defender keen on Bolton stay

first_imgBolton defender Matt Mills says he would love to stay at the club but reveals there have been no talks over a new deal to keep him at the Macron Stadium.Mills, 28, is out of contract at the end of the season and can walk away as a free agent.The ex-Reading mam was linked with a move to Fulham during the January transfer window but the move never materialised.Mills says he is relishing the chance to play under new manager Neil Lennon and hopes he will be given the chance to extend his stay at Bolton.Speaking in the The Bolton News, he said: “Of course I would [like to stay] – since the manager came in he’s been brilliant and it’s a great bunch of lads, so why not?“I’m loving my time here but contract talks haven’t really taken place.“If and when they do we’ll see if they are appreciated, or if my services are not required then my contract finishes in the summer. So all I can do is try and perform to the best I can and help the team any which way possible“I try not to get caught up in whatever talk has been going on. I just keep my phone to one side and concentrate on my football. If the time comes where there is a contract in front of me to sign, then I will sign it.“But that’s obviously not happened yet.” Bolton Wanderers defender Matt Mills 1last_img read more

Ex-Stars great Okoth tips Kenya to qualify for 2019 AFCON

first_img0Shares0000Koth Biro Golden Boot winner Abraham Dawo receives his trophy from former Kenyan international Mike Okoth, father to Liverpool FC forward Divock Origi. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 16 – They may have started their campaign on a losing note against Sierra Leone, but Kenyan football retired great, Mike Okoth Origi believes Harambee Stars will qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) for the first time since 2004.The last time Kenya played in the Africa’s biggest competition was 14 years ago in Tunisia where, Okoth, the father of Belgian international Divock Origi featured as he partnered upfront with Dennis Oliech.However, despite admitting it will be challenging for Harambee Stars to qualify, Okoth exuded confidence in the squad as he backed head coach Paul Put as the man to quench Kenya’s thirst of competing in AFCON. “I saw Kenya appointed a good coach that I personally know. He will bring that professionalism in the national team but at the same time the team needs a feeder, because if you have the Under 15, 17, 18 and 19, the coach can build on that for the future, but at the moment they have to give everything for the qualifying games, believe in themselves, put in extra hard work and they will succeed,” Okoth who is in Kenya to grace the 2017 Safaricom Sports Personality of the Year Awards told Capital Sport.Harambee Stars players line up before the friendly match against Iraq in Basra. PHOTO/CourtesyHaving gone down 2-1 in their opening AFCON qualifying campaign away to Sierra Leone, Kenya will be seeking to bounce back when they host the Black Stars of Ghana in September, before facing neighbors Ethiopia who are the other opponents in Group F.Unlike in the past tournaments where only Group winners and two best losers were booking a slot to AFCON, the 2019 edition will see the top two teams head to the continental showpiece that will be hosted in Cameroon.And it’s from this perspective that Okoth sees an opportunity for Kenya who sits second bottom of the Group with no point to maneuver through, through he challenged the players to concentrate on nothing but to make the dream come true.“Ghana is a strong team having played in the World Cup, they have achieved a lot but if we train well we will beat them. In football everything is possible all the Kenyan team needs to do is work hard for it because nothing comes easy,” the 50-year-old former Kenyan striker revealed.Dennis Oliech. Photo/COURTESYWith pundits arguing that Kenya is yet to get a replacement for him and Oliech in the striking force, he said… “If you don’t score goals then we don’t have strikers so it’s a challenge to the strikers to show that we don’t miss Mike Okoth and Dennis (Oliech), so they need to prove to us that we are wrong.”Okoth, who turned out for Shabana FC and Kenya Breweries (Tusker FC) in his old days, called upon Football Kenya Federation to throw their weight behind the team and give them the necessary preparations they need.“If the federation has focus and right mind set its possible for Kenya to play in 2019 AFCON  because we have talent in Kenya but nurturing it is a big problem, if you see our sporting facilities we still have a problem, if we focus on that and put the effort needed it is possible,” he noted.-Backs Divock’s decision to join Wolfsburg- Okoth, who comes from a football family with his elder brother, Austin ‘Makamu’ Oduor, having played for Gor Mahia and Harambee Stars as a defender, backed his son Divock Origi’s move to Germany top side Wolfsburg on loan.He said he needed to move to have more play time since it’s a World Cup year to increase his chances of being named in the Belgian national team squad for the global competition that will be hosted in Russia from June.”It was a tough decision for Divock to play for Belgium, but as you know he was born in Belgium and played there throughout the Belgium system all the way to the national team, so it was difficult for him to change mentally and physically from Belgium to Kenya knowing the conditions that we have in Kenya,” the uncle to former Harambee Stars goal keeper Arnold Origi stated.“He is 23 years old so he needs more game time and that’s what he was missing in Liverpool so that’s why we decided to give him a break to play in Germany to get more play time, so he will definitely come back stronger.”Divock Origi joined German top side Wolfsburg on loan from Liverpool. Photo/COURTESYOkoth challenged uprising Kenyan footballers to utilize the chances they get when they go for trials, noting that he gets disturbed when he sees players from his native country fail trials.“In our days it was difficult to turn professional and play abroad because there was no exposure so you play for the national team hoping to reach AFCON, or your club plays in bigger stage for someone to scout you,” he said.Headed, “But nowadays if you have talent you have you tube where you will showcase it. The challenge comes when one is called for trials and he fails to prove himself they need to work more before going for trials. In Belgium they youths play a minimum of 8 hours per week here (Kenya) they only play for 3 hours so that is not enough.”He had a powerful advice to Kenyan footballers who wish to emulate him or his son Divock.“Always don’t give up you because you never know when and how it will happen. Like me I never knew I will play in Europe I used to dream of going to Europe but I never knew it would happen, so work hard, no matter how difficult it might be, put extra work, believe in yourself and eventually when you have the talent someone will see you and change your life.0Shares0000(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Klopp demands unique Liverpool display against Napoli

first_imgA 1-0 victory or any two-goal win will see the Reds through.Liverpool have a long history of success on big European nights on their own ground, dating all the way back to the memorable European Cup quarter-final win over Saint-Etienne in 1977 that kick-started their continental reign.That gives Klopp hope as he prepares to face a major test against Napoli, who are second in Serie A and unbeaten in Champions League Group C, having defeated Liverpool 1-0 when they met in Italy in October.The Italian side have continued to look strong despite losing manager Maurizio Sarri to Chelsea in July, with Carlo Ancelotti taking over and Klopp knows Liverpool will have to produce one of their most dominant displays to advance.“We really need to make sure we are ready for Napoli. It’s difficult to come in after a successful coach such as Sarri and make changes but they are so good,” Klopp told reporters on Monday.“We know the result we need, and it’s difficult because Napoli are dangerous on the counter attack and good defending.“They are a typical Italian team. But if something special is possible, then it’s here, and we will try that.”Liverpool go into Tuesday’s match in good spirits, having gone top of the Premier League on Saturday when they won 4-0 at Bournemouth and previous leaders Manchester City lost 2-0 at Chelsea.Klopp, however, is certain that his players will not get carried away, either in the Premier League or in Europe, given the defeats they have suffered in their group this season.– Confident –“We will not get carried away. We know how difficult it is,” he said.“We are not the most experienced side but we know our way and which way we will go all the time.“The league is not important at the moment because tomorrow we play Napoli. We were confident before the away games in Napoli and Belgrade, and that didn’t help.”Klopp, meanwhile, has commended former Liverpool player Raheem Sterling for the way he dealt with alleged racist abuse directed towards him while playing for Manchester City at Chelsea on Saturday.Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police are investigating the allegations after a video was posted on social media that showed the England winger being shouted at by Chelsea fans as he collected the ball behind the goal.On Sunday, Sterling published a post on Instagram saying that British newspapers are helping to “fuel racism” because of the way they portray young black footballers.He also wrote in the post that he “had to laugh” when he heard the alleged racist remarks during the game because he expects “no better”.“I watched the game and I think I saw the situation when he went for the corner and I saw a few guys shouting,” he said.“I didn’t hear, I’m not sure if it was possible to hear what they shouted, but I already thought his reaction was just brilliant.“You saw his face. He gave the right response, not to react for these people.“They don’t deserve any reaction, they don’t deserve any respect.“I am obviously not surprised that things like this still happen but I like the fact that we put the finger on it and say: ‘You cannot say what you want, it is not possible.’”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Jurgen Klopp has called on Liverpool to produce a special display against Napoli © AFP / Paul ELLISLIVERPOOL, United Kingdom, Dec 10 – Jurgen Klopp has called on Liverpool to produce “something special” when they face Napoli in a do-or-die Champions League showdown on Tuesday.Klopp’s side must beat Napoli at Anfield to stand any chance of progressing from their group into the knockout stages.last_img read more

BRITISH LORD AT CENTRE OF DONEGAL LAND DISPUTE

first_imgA member of the British aristocracy has begun legal proceedings to gain access to a pier and boat house at the centre of a dispute in Co Donegal.Letterkenny Court.Lord Rayleigh, a titled landlord from Chelmsford in Essex, appeared at the Circuit Court in Letterkenny yesterday. The 55-year-old, listed as John Gerard Strutt in proceedings, is in dispute with Carrigart man Jack Green over the building and pier on Mulroy Bay.Mr Green is suing for adverse possession of the property, claiming he has had continued use of the pier and boat house for several decades.The English lord, the 6th Baron of Rayleigh, inherited the extensive estate of Lord Leitrim.Barrister for Mr Green, Peter Nolan said the proceedings had an added motion where his client was also seeking a right of way to the pier.Declan McHugh, barrister for Lord Raleigh, told Judge John Hannan that the case could not go ahead because of the time needed to hear the case.“It will take at least two days and possibly a third day and because witnesses are travelling from outside the country I would ask that the case be prioritised,” he said.Both parties agreed the case should be heard at the County Registrar’s Motions Court at the earliest opportunity.Judge Hannan agreed to prioritise the case.A date for a hearing was not set.BRITISH LORD AT CENTRE OF DONEGAL LAND DISPUTE was last modified: March 18th, 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:CarrigartcourtdonegalLORD RAYLEIGHlast_img read more

ST EUNAN’S AND CLOUGHANEELY BOW OUT OF ULSTER BUT URRIS INTO JUNIOR FINAL

first_imgURRIS will fly the flag for Donegal in this year’s Provincial Club Championship deciders.The Inishowen club defeated Keady 1-07 to 0-07 today to book their place in the Ulster final. They play Rock of Tyrone in the final.But it was semi-final defeats for St Eunan’s and Cloughaneely in the Senior and Intermediate championships today. St Eunan’s came so close to an equalising goal in the dying embers of their clash with Omagh at Celtic Park in Derry.But the game against St Enda’s proved a step too far for the Donegal County Senior Champions after eight back-to-back games, the Tyrone side winning 1-08 to 0-08.Cloughaneely couldn’t repeat their heroics of recent weeks, though they were on the coattails of Warrenpoint for long periods in their Ulster Intermediate Final.However the Falcarragh men lost 2-16 to 1-08.  ST EUNAN’S AND CLOUGHANEELY BOW OUT OF ULSTER BUT URRIS INTO JUNIOR FINAL was last modified: November 16th, 2014 by John2Share 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)last_img read more