Gaeil Fhánada lotto results No jackpot winner. Nos drawn were 05, 08,13,15,17. Bonus no 04. €100 winner Margaret Martin, Rosnakill. €50 winner Niamh Sweeney, Tullynadall.Next week’s jackpot is €2,950. Máire McAteer and Brendan McAteer on duty.Seniors and Reserves There are no games scheduled for this weekend. Next fixture is away to Buncrana on 10th April. More details later.Roinn 3 SoisirGaeil Fhánada 0:06 v Aodh Ruadh 0:05Foireann Sinsir: Seamus McAteer, Bernard Martin, Miley McBride, Noel Dougherty, Conor McFadden, Aidan McAteer 0:01, Odhran Blaney, Damien McDermott, Rudi Feenstra, Dan Little, Enda Coll 0:04, Patsy Friel 0:01, Declan Coyle, Shaun Coyle, Martin McGrory, Patrick Shiels, Conor McConigley, Edward Shiels, Dónal Martin.Roinn 3 SinsirGaeil Fhánada 1:11 v Aodh Ruadh 3:15Foireann Gaeil Fhánada: Brendan Friel, Tiernan Cushnan, Kevin McElwaine, Aidan Heraghty, Conor McGonigle, Ronan McAteer, Joe Blaney 0:01, Jimmy Coyle, Michael Sweeney 0:02, Fergal Friel 0:01, Ryan McGonigle 0:01, Oisin Shiels 1:01, Mark McConigley, Paul Coyle0:02, Seimi Friel 0:03. Miley McBride for Aidan Heraghty(Black Card), Rudi Feenstra, Conor McFadden for Tiernan Cushnan. Cumann na mBanComórtas Peile na GaeltachtaBhain ár mna sinsear inniu i dTraigh a Locha v Chloch Cheann Fola. D’imir ár gcailíní go han mhaith. Maith sibh cailíní!Gaeil Fhánada Senior Ladies had a great start to the season beating Cloughaneely 6-12 to 0-03 this evening in Tria Locha. It was great to see so many out supporting the ladies. Keep up the good work girls! Tá muid ag imirt v Gleann tSuilí an seachtain seo ach níl lá nó am ar bith socraithe go fóill. Choinnigh súil ar ár leathanna Facebook!Our ladies are playing Glenswilly this week but no day or time has been confirmed. Please keep an eye on our facebook page.Ladies Division 3 NW Shield Competition10th April – Gaeil Fhánada v Termon B 17th April – Letterkenny Gaels v Gaeil Fhánada1st May – Gaeil Fhánada v Glenswilly8th May – McCumhaills v Gaeil Fhánada15th May – Gaeil Fhánada v Buncrana U12 girls Training will resume on Sunday morning 10th April @ 11am. Training is on the Sunday instead of Saturday due to confirmations on the Saturday.Training for U12 girls for April is as follows: Sunday 10th @ 11am, Saturday 16th @ 11am, Saturday 23rd @ 11am, Saturday 30th @ 11am.Training will change to every Friday evening in May. More information later.Bord na nÓg agus Cumann na mBan.Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir! Do gach duine a tháinig amach don siulóid úrraithe an Aoine seo chaite agus do na daoine a cheannaigh ticéid, go raibh míle maith agaibh! Thanks very much to everyone who came out to do the sponsored walk on Good Friday and to all of you who sponsored our walkers. It’s greatly appreciated. Bord na nÓgNo U6 or U8 training until after the Easter holidays.MinorsPlease check our facebook page for updates Muineacháin v Dún nan Gall Ádh mór chuig foireann Dún nan Gall ag imirt as baile an deireadh seachtain seo chugainn.GAA Cúl Camp Gaeil Fhánada Cúl Camp will take place this year 25th to 29th July. Applications will be available in schools after Easter for anyone who wants to avail of an easy payment plan. Also by contacting Fiona Shiels on 085 1555645. COULD EVERYONE PLEASE HAVE THEIR NOTES SENT TO MARGARETTA BY 10P.M ON A SUNDAY NIGHT EVERY WEEK. GRMA!For all other information re: Gaeil Fhánada C.L.G. please check out our Facebook page.Don’t forget – if you’re looking for Gaeil Fhánada Club gear – it is available from Michael Murphy Sports!17th April L/Kenny Gaels v Fanad Glenswilly v Termon B McCumhaills Buncrana1st May Fanad v Glenswilly L/Kenny v McCumhaills Termon B v Buncrana8th May McCumhaills v Fanad Buncrana v Glenswilly Termon B v L/Kenny Gaels15th May Fanad v Buncrana McCumhaills v Termon B Glenswilly v L/Kenny GaelsGlenswilly v McCumhaills17th April L/Kenny Gaels v Fanad Glenswilly v Termon B McCumhaills Buncrana1st May Fanad v Glenswilly L/Kenny v McCumhaills Termon B v Buncrana8th May McCumhaills v Fanad Buncrana v Glenswilly Termon B v L/Kenny Gaels15th May Fanad v BuncranaGAEIL FHÁNADA SUFFER HEAVY DEFEAT AGAINST AODH RUADH was last modified: March 29th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAAGaeil FhanadaSport
– 8:40 p.m. Montego Bay United vs Arnett Gardens at Catherine Hall Complex Tomorrow’s Game Fans crying out for excitement in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) will have it all today when title aspirants Humble Lion hosts former champions Portmore United in a first-leg semi-final at the Effortville Community Centre in Clarendon. Game time is 3:30 p.m. This ‘Clarendon derby’ will feature a number of former teammates at the schoolboy and club levels going against each other and should have fireworks aplenty. Perhaps the only drawback could be the capacity of the venue. Despite the above and the fact that there is a place in the RSPL final on offer, what perhaps will be most on the minds of the fans is whether the ‘vexed’ Humble Lion will have the chance to right what they believe was a wrong. Portmore United, the team many love to hate, were beaten 3-1 in their third encounter of the season with Humble Lion, but had the win erased when they protested the use of an ineligible player. The competition’s committee ruled against Humble Lion and awarded Portmore United three points and a 3-0 win. That result almost derailed Humble Lion’s season as they fell from fourth spot a position which had been their preserve for most of the season and one which would have guaranteed them a spot in the semi-final and fell to sixth. Those three points also enabled Portmore United to top the table on points, as they finished one ahead of defending champions Arnett Gardens and collected the bounty of one million dollars. “Obviously, the issue will be on the minds of all concerned, but we intend not to make it a distraction,” Vassell Reynolds, coach of Humble Lion, said of the impact the ruling will have on his players. “I have asked my team not to focus on that issue, but to focus on the game itself and what winning these two games will mean to us,” added the man who led Wolmer’s Boys’ to a schoolboy football title this season. While stating that he asked his players to put the past in a certain ‘space’, Reynolds confessed that in their matches leading up to this one, that disappointment was a major motivator. “Getting to this stage, we used this incident to motivate us. For about a round and a half, we were in fourth spot, but wouldn’t get any further. Since we lost the points in the boardroom, our only blemish in terms of dropped points was a 0-1 loss to Arnett Gardens. We pledged to fight to get back in,” Reynolds explained. Portmore United’s Geoffrey Hewitt acknowledged that the results and points reversal could play a part in the temperature of the match. “It is something that we are totally cognisant of, but this is a semi-final. It is a big game and several things can motivate us to perform. We are confident in our ability to win and we are motivated to do so,” said Hewitt, a very successful coach at the schoolboy level, in particular at Garvey Maceo. Not one to say a lot, Hewitt would only add that they are driven by ambition. “Our ambition drives us. That is our driving force. We are determined to succeed and we believe that we have what it takes to be champions, and Humble Lion is our first hurdle to the championship,” Hewitt said. Talent is something Portmore United have in abundance. Besides the steady Ewan Grandison, there is the duo of Ricardo Morris and Tramaine Stewart, who can decide a game on their own. Javon East is another player who comes to mind and, if fully fit, could cause problems. Defensively, they are also sound with the vertically-challenged, but commanding Damano Salmon, Ryan Wellington and possibly Uptsan Edwards. Humble Lion are themselves not humble in the talent department and should have at their disposal the on-form Levaughn Williams, Ricardo Cousins, Jermaine Christian, Wolry and Kemeel Wolfe and the fit-again Francois Swaby, who could come off the bench. The other semi-final, between Arnett Gardens and Montego Bay United, who finished third, will be played tomorrow at Catherine Hall Complex in Montego Bay. Today’s Game: – 3:30 p.m. Humble Lion FC vs Portmore United FC at Effortville Community Centre
CIMIC Group company, CPB Contractors, has been selected by BHP Iron Ore to deliver the construction of bulk earthworks, concrete and underground services for the South Flank project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.Revenue to CPB Contractors for this construct-only contract is approximately A$260 million, with construction scheduled to commence in July and conclude in September 2020.CIMIC Group Chief Executive Officer Michael Wright said: “CIMIC Group has delivered significant resources infrastructure projects for the major mining clients in the iron ore industry, with our team continuing to contribute to Australian mining across all sectors.“The South Flank development works will help to ensure that the Mining Area C precinct becomes one of the largest standalone iron ore processing centres in the world, and it is our privilege to again be working with BHP to deliver high-quality assets of long-term value.”CPB Contractors Managing Director Juan Santamaria said: “Our extensive mining and resources experience and long history in the Pilbara mean we can offer comprehensive construction capabilities, certainty of delivery, and high standards of safety and quality.“In addition, we are focused on a procurement strategy that provides participation, employment and training opportunities for Indigenous enterprises and local businesses, towards broader community benefits.”The South Flank development is one component of BHP’s strategy to increase the mining, processing and out-loading capacity of the Mining Area C hub. As part of the South Flank Project, CPB Contractors will undertake works in and around the existing rail loop, including:– Earthworks and concrete works to support the expansion and duplication of the existing rail loop and stockyard;– Earthworks and concrete works for the development of a new ore processing plant and train load-out facilities; and– Underground services, including electrical and water services, for the above work.
NEW SHARON – One of the two people killed in a shooting incident at a Hovey Road residence on Monday, termed a murder-suicide by the Maine State Police, also lost her parents in a murder-suicide incident in early 2018.Robert Dapolito, 55, and Jessica Dapolito, 42, were found dead at their home on the Hovey Road after state police responded to a well-being check on Monday morning. Maine State Police has since indicated that the New Sharon residents died as a result of a homicide-suicide. Police believe that Robert Dapolito murdered his long-time partner, Jessica Dapolito, and then shot himself.According to Facebook posts, Jessica Dapolito was the daughter of Thomas and Michelle Masse, residents of Temple that were also killed in a murder-suicide incident. According to police, on Jan. 9, 2018 Thomas Masse murdered his wife at their home on the Temple Road before killing himself. Thomas had called 911 with threats of suicide early that morning; the Maine State Police Tactical Team later discovered the deceased residents in their home. Each had died as a result of a single gunshot wound to the head.There appears to be another connection between the individuals that died as a result of Monday’s incident and domestic violence. While some details of the incident are still under investigation, MSP representative Katharine England said Thursday that police have confirmed a relationship between Robert Dapolito and Patrick Dapolito who is currently serving a 55-year prison sentence for murdering his wife in 2010.“We are still exploring the nature of that relationship,” England said.Per media reports, it is believed that the two men were brothers.