12 Jan

NP Oscars finish second at Zones

first_img**SubmittedIn one of the most bizarre finishes anyone has seen, the North Peace Oscars fell victim to a much better team on Saturday, losing 91 – 51 to the Kelly Road Roadrunners.  It took a bit longer to complete than most games.  Four minutes into the first quarter with Kelly Road already up by ten points, a put back jam by the Roadrunners big man damaged the basket at Prince George Secondary School.  With repair out of the question it was decided that the game would be completed at another venue.  After packing up everything and everyone, the game was restarted at College Heights Secondary School, about twenty minutes from PGSS up the hill along Highway 16.  It probably didn’t matter where the game was staged.  On this day Kelly Road came with their best game and North Peace had already played as well as they could against Prince George Secondary on Friday.  As if to put some sort of punctuation mark on the victory, the Roadrunners were still running a full court press with under four minutes left in the contest while up by forty points. “As a team, we’re happy with second.  We came here, played some good basketball, beat a good 3A school (PGSS) twice and extended Kelly Road to their max in our first game on Thursday.  I think our players learned a lot about themselves and about basketball in general.  We are not yet good enough to represent the Zone at the Provincial level … we wish Kelly Road all the best … with some good fortune they’ll win a couple of games.  They are definitely the top team in the North right now.”  Assistant Coach Mike Brown was speaking by cell phone as the Oscars bus rolled northward out of Prince George with the expectation of being home near midnight tonight. The North Peace Ookapiks were second in the girls division finishing behind Prince George Secondary but ahead of Kelly Road and South Peace.  No details of the girls games were available.- Advertisement –last_img read more

6 Jan

Sim-U-Nation team wins Abu Dhabi GP trip

first_imgTeam Sim-U-Nation attained 284 points, Corsa Volate came second with 216, while team Master Bater with 202 points.Team Sim-U-Nation that consisted of Steve Muriuki, Ed Behr, Sam Karangatha and Wessel Van Djick, recorded the fastest time in all the 7 round of championship that took place Saturday at Whistling Moran.The championship started with qualifiers that were held on September 14, which attracted at least 80 teams.Sim-U-Nation team wins Abu Dhabi tripKenya Breweries Limited (KBL) Sales Director, Andrew Kilonzo who was present at the event, said: “Congratulations to all the finalists who competed and especially to Team Sim-U-Nation for emerging as the champion of the first edition of Kenya Racing Festival. I am elated that 20 teams made it to the national finals giving their best.”Johnnie Walker is the ‘Official Whisky’ of Formula 1. The Walker family behind the brand has connections with Formula 1 that goes back to the 1950s. As part of its Formula 1 deal, the brand is increasing its investment in the programme and aims to gain a further five million signatories in the next four years.“As a result of our new arrangement, we have access to a global television audience of more than 450 million people and a track attendance audience of around 1.5 million every year,” Kilonzo added. 0Shares0000Sim-U-Nation team wins Abu Dhabi trip. Photo/COURTESYNAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 2 – Sim-U-Nation earned a fully-paid trip to the United Arab Emirates to watch live the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after winning the 2019 Johnnie Walker Go Kart Championship at Whistling Moran on Saturday.The competition dubbed Kenya Racing Festival is a one-of-its-kind amateur karting tournament aimed towards providing amateur racers and racing enthusiasts the chance to experience the pro side of karting. 0Shares0000(Visited 23 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

27 Dec

GAA NEWS: MILFORD CLUB NOTES

first_img*Underage Registration*The underage registration night will take place on Friday, 1st February, from 6-7pm at the clubhouse. Membership will be €10 per child, €20 per adult, and €50 for family. Anyone who is not registered and has not paid their membership will be ineligible to play. Following the GAA’s Annual Congress in April 2012 a new rule was enacted that made it mandatory to use a mouthguard in all Football Games and Practice Football sessions from January 1st 2013 for all age grades up to and including Minor. Mouthguards will be on sale at the registration night for €3, waterbottles will be available for €3, or both can be bought together for €5 *Club Membership*Please note that club membership is now due. Membership rates are €20 for adults, €10 for children, and €50 per family. Alternatively you can download a standing order form from the club website (www.milford.donegal.gaa.ie) for the weekly club lotto. Entry to the lotto database costs €17 per month which also entitles you to 11 weeks free entry to the lotto as well as full family membership. Membership forms will also be available to download from the website in the coming days. The deadline for payment of membership is the 17th of March and can be paid to any committee member, see the website for committee details. PLEASE NOTE: The club will only source Donegal tickets for fully paid up members as of the 17th of March.*Jigs and Reels* Milford GAA in association with Milford National School will present Jigs and Reels in the Silver Tassie Hotel on February 15th, 2013. A fantastic nights fun and laughter guaranteed!! Only 15 Euro for an Adult and 5 Euro for children. Support the club and the national school and get your ticket from any committee member, the Milford Post Office or from any of the participants.*Sen/Res/u21/Minor Training*Training for all Senior, Reserve, U21 and Minor players begins Wednesday (23rd) at 7pm at the pitch in Milford. Training will continue take place every Wednesday (7pm) and Saturday (11am), players will receive notifications on any changes to these times. If for any reason you are unable to attend let the management know.*U14 Training*Milford GAA U14’s have training this Friday (25th) at Fern from 5.30pm to 7pm.with League starting at the start of March it is important we get everyone out. Managers are Darragh Kelly and Gerry Crossan. Parents are asked to call into clubhouse for a brief 10 min chat at 5.15pm.*Milford GAA Club Gear*Club gear is now available to order. The range of club gear includes Hoodies, Tracksuits tops, Windcheaters, hats, navy polo shirts, white polo shirts, and t-shirts. There is some lovely gear available at very reasonable prices and photos are available to view on the club Facebook page. Orders can be placed with either Barry on 086-3400082 or Aidan on 087-1223177. Hoodies (Kids 5-11: €29.99. Kids 13-14: €38. Adults S-XXL: €39.99)Track top (13/14 – Adult XXL: €38)Windcheater (Adult S-XXL: €23)Hat (€7.50) Polo Shirts (2 varieties, White & Navy) (13/14- – Adult XXL: €29.99)Training T-Shirt (Kids 5-11: €18. Kids 13-14: €19.99. Adults S-XXL: €23)Initials can be added at an additional €2 each*Lotto*This weeks lotto numbers were 10-13-17-18. No jackpot winner, 3 match 3 winners gets €25. The winners were: Seamus Durkan, Gabrielle & Kieran Fitzsimons, and Brendan & Christina Ward. Next weeks Jackpot is €5,460.*Conversational Irish Classes*Conversational Irish classes will resume on the 16th of January and continue every Wednesday at 7pm in the clubhouse at Moyleview Park. Adults and children welcome. Admission: Adults €2, Children €1. The classes will be for 1.5 hours and refreshments will be providedGAA NEWS: MILFORD CLUB NOTES was last modified: January 23rd, 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:Milford GAA club noteslast_img read more

27 Dec

KEVIN LOGUE WINS GAEIL FHANADA 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME?

first_imgPáirc Uí Shiadhail in Portsalon was the venue for the Gaeil Fhánada Rás 5k and fun walk. The runners and walkers enjoyed the scenic Ard glass and Corry and coasted downhill all the way back to the club house where competitors enjoyed a cup of tea on a beautiful summers evening.Well done to all competitors in particular the many families who supported the event. Pride of place on the night went to young Kevin Logue from Ballinacrick, running for Cranford AC with a hugely impressive time of 18.32 on a challenging course followed by Damien Mc Bride of Milford AC.Doaghbeg native Marie Mc Ateer was the first lady over the line with a time of 24.41 followed by fellow Fanad AC athlete Martina Carr.Australia’s Simon Chodziesner won the over 50 category while Maire Callaghan and Aidan Sweeney were prizewinners in the over 45 category.Comhghairdeas le gach duine a ghlac páirt agus mile buíochas d’achan duine a chuidigh ar an oiche. Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 60 18.32 Kevin Logue sm Cranford AC2 55 18.45 Damian Mc Bride sm Milford AC3 18 18.59 PJ Hagan sm Milford A C4 19 19.18 Michael Gallagher sm Finn Valley A C 5 56 20.32 Shaun Coyle sm GaeilFhanada6 38 20.47 Ruairi Lafferty jm Unattached7 40 22.16 Michael Heraghty sm GaeilFhanada8 17 22.46 Aidan Heraghty sm GaeilFhanada 9 5 22.58 Simon Chodziesner m50 Unattached10 26 23.25 Ronan Sweeney jm GaeilFhanada11 25 23.25 Aidan sweeney m45 GaeilFhanada12 12 24.13 Sam Faulkner sm Unattached13 54 24.39 James Howe jm GaeilFhanada14 46 24.41 Marie Mcateer sw GaeilFhanada15 37 24.54 James Sweeney jm GaeilFhanada16 23 25.29 John mcelwaine sm Lifford A C17 51 25.41 Martina Carr sw Unattached18 24 25.56 Maire Callaghan w45 GaeilFhanada19 52 26.13 Clar nicatsaoir sw Unattached20 36 26.43 Pat Sweeney m45 GaeilFhanada21 35 27.14 Oisin Blaney sm GaeilFhanada22 4 29.38 Sean Sweeney sm Unattached23 39 31.07 Rosheen McGinley Walker GaeilFhanada24 53 31.35 Aisling Howe Walker GaeilFhanada25 21 31.42 connor heraghty Walker GaeilFhanada26 27 35.28 Mark Sweeney Walker GaeilFhanada27 2 37.08 Grainne Sweeney Walker GaeilFhanada28 28 37.11 Ciaran Sweeney Walker GaeilFhanada29 31 37.11 Gerard Sweeney sm GaeilFhanada30 32 37.53 Cian Sweeney Walker GaeilFhanada31 15 37.56 Ciaran Mcdevitt Walker GaeilFhanada32 48 38.02 Ciara mcelwaine Walker Unattached33 57 42.45 Dan Kerr Walker GaeilFhanada34 58 42.46 Shaun Kerr Walker GaeilFhanada35 43 43.00 Ryan Hunter Walker GaeilFhanada36 49 44.49 Ruth Stewart Walker GaeilFhanada37 50 45.51 Darragh McElwaine Walker GaeilFhanada38 47 45.54 Ronan McElwaine Walker Unattached39 34 45.54 Rose Friel Walker GaeilFhanada40 22 46.00 Amy McGonagle Walker GaeilFhanada41 20 46.52 caitlin Heraghty Walker GaeilFhanada42 16 46.58 Shaun mcdevitt Walker GaeilFhanada43 7 47.10 Brian Gibbons Walker Unattached44 45 48.23 Mark Hunter Walker GaeilFhanada45 42 48.47 Emma Hunter Walker GaeilFhanada46 44 48.52 Michaela Shiels Walker GaeilFhanada47 41 49.15 Breda Hunter Walker GaeilFhanada48 59 49.16 Marian Howe Walker GaeilFhanada49 14 49.17 Deirdre McDevitt Walker Unattached50 8 49.19 Aoife Gibbons Walker Unattached51 6 49.21 Wary Gibbons Walker Unattached52 11 50.26 Maud Mc Clean Walker Unattached53 13 50.28 Jennifer Gallagher Walker Unattached54 9 50.29 JP gallagher Walker GaeilFhanada55 33 53.00 Cian Friel Walker GaeilFhanada56 10 53.07 Ciaran Gallgher Walker Unattached57 29 53.16 Rachel Alonso Walker GaeilFhanada58 30 53.44 Sara Alonso Walker GaeilFhanadaKEVIN LOGUE WINS GAEIL FHANADA 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: August 9th, 2014 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:GAEIL FHANADA 5Klast_img read more

25 Dec

LOCAL NEWS: PARISH BULLETIN OF ST EUNAN’S CATHEDRAL, LETTERKENNY

first_imgNEWSLETTERSunday 22nd April 2012Third Sunday of EasterARDS FRIARY, CREESLOUGH In the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi, Ards Friary offers peace and quiet in surroundings of natural beauty, where one can come closer to God.Ards Friary is open throughout the year for individuals and groups, whether lay, religious, clerical, ecumenical or anyone who wishes to have some quiet time, rest and prayer.There are many lovely walks allowing you to relax and explore. The Ards Country Park is next to the Friary and walks from the Friary, extend into it, allowing you to venture even further.Please visit www.ardsfriary.ie for a full programme of Retreats etc. or phone Ards Friary on 9138909 for information. FUNDRAISING CONCERT IN AID OFARDS FRIARY RENOVATIONSA Fundraising Concert will take place next Sunday evening, 29th April at 7.30 pm in Ards Friary, Creeslough with James Kilbane. James sings a mix of Gospel, Country and Irish Folk. Cost: Donation (suggested minimum donation of €15 per person). Please contact Ards Friary for tickets on 9138909 or email info@ardsfriary.ie. This fundraising Concert is to help with the installation of a new heating system in Ards. If anyone would like to make a donation, no matter how small, please contact Ards Friary.ST. FRANCIS BLESSINGMay the Lord bless you and keep you; may the Lord show his face to youand have compassion on you! May he turn his face to youand give you peace. Amen.Parish Notice-boardPhone: 074 – 9121021Fax: 074 – 9124200Email: steunanscathedral@eircom.netSUNDAY ~ 22nd April 2012Masses: 8 am, 10 am, 12 pm and 6.30 pmBaptisms: 1.30 pm in the CathedralSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is open at 7 pmAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pm MONDAY8 am Mass ~ Elizabeth Keane and deceased members of the Keane family10 am Mass ~ Hugo Devine7.30 pm Mass ~ Ronnie Catterson (First Anniversary)St Pius X Adoration Chapel is openGrow Meeting in Loreto Convent ~ 8 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmTUESDAY8am Mass ~ See Mass Intentions below10 am Mass ~ ®7.30 pm Mass ~ J.J. GallagherSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openBaptism Preparation will take place in the Parochial House at 8 pm on Tuesday 1st MayLegion of Mary Meeting: Conference Room ~ After 10 am MassLegion of Mary Meeting: Room 112, Loreto Secondary School –7 pmDivine Mercy Prayer in the Cathedral – 8 pmAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmGamblers’ Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmWEDNESDAY8 am Mass ~ Katie and Packie Carberry10 am Mass ~ Michael Brennan7.30 pm Mass ~ Mark HerronSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openR.C.I.A. Course in the Parochial House – 7.30 pmCathedral Choir Practice in the Conference Centre – 8.15 pmNarcotics Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pmCathedral Choir in the Conference Room – 8.15 pmTHURSDAY8 am Mass ~10 am Mass ~ ®7.30 pm Mass ~ Emily GallagherSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openCharismatic Prayer Group in the Conference Room – 8 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 5.30 pm FRIDAY8 am Mass ~ Edward and Margaret Tinney10 am Mass ~7.30 pm Mass ~ See Mass Intentions belowSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 10.30 amAA Meeting for Women in the Cathedral Conference Room – 1 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmGambler’s Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 11 amSATURDAY10 am Mass ~ Bridie Dawson (Month’s Mind Mass)7.30 pm Mass ~ Vigil for SundayIllistrin First Holy Communion ~ 11amConfessions: 12 noon to 1 pm and after 7.30 pm MassAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 11 amSUNDAY 22nd AprilMass Times: 8 am, 10 am, 12 noon and 6.30 pmSt. Vincent de Paul ~ Conwal & Leck Parish ~ 9129503St. Vincent de Paul ~ Parish of Aughaninshin ~ 9122366MASS INTENTIONS FOR 8 am TUESDAY and 7.30 pm FRIDAYOwnie McMenamin (Month’s Mind Mass) ~ Jean Bradley ~ Hugh DohertyAlfie PeoplesRECENT BAPTISMS ~ We welcome into God’s Community ~Caitlyn Nadine McCrossan ~ Michael James McDonagh ~ Kayla DohertyFIRST FRIDAY CALLS ~ Fr. Eamonn Kelly will visit the Sick, Elderly and Housebound of his area on Friday 27th April.ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CATHOLIC? Would you like the opportunity to learn about the Catholic faith in a friendly and warm environment? If the answer is yes, you are invited to attend a course beginning on Tuesday 1st May. For further information or if you have any questions please phone 086-1240800.Are you taking part in the North West 10k on Sunday 6th May? If you are, why not help to raise money for the ST. EUNAN’S CATHEDRAL BUILDING FUND. Sponsorship cards will be available after weekend Masses or please phone 086-3161376 for further information and sponsorship cards.Letterkenny Day Centre re-opens on Monday 23rd April. A SOCIAL for ‘Young at Heart’ will be held on Tuesday 24th April and will be hosted by Letterkenny Tidy Towns Committee.The monthly meeting of ST. JOSEPH’S YOUNG PRIESTS SOCIETY will take place on Friday 27th April in the Pastoral Centre at 8 pm.A FUNDRAISING CONCERT in aid of the Irish Cancer Society Relay for Life will take place in the Mount Errigal Hotel on Thursday 3rd May featuring the Garda Band and other Artists.The annual MASS FOR PRESENTATION OF PINS to new Young Pioneers and Silver and Gold Jubilarian Pioneers will take place on Tuesday 8th May at 7.30 pm in St. Eunan’s Cathedral. If anyone is interested in receiving a silver (25 years) or gold (50 years), please contact Joe on 085-1269238, Michael on 087-6774618 or Geraldine on 087-7962045 . The silver clasp/pin is €35 plus cert for €2.50 and the gold clasp/pin is €37 plus cert for €2.50. There is also a 9ct gold plated clasp/pin for €165 which can be ordered if anyone wishes. If you have not been contacted about the Mass, please contact any of the numbers above. If you are attending/not attending the Mass, please contact any of the members as soon as possible.A PILGRIMAGE TO LOURDES will take place from 2nd – 7th September (from Knock). Five days €689 fully inclusive. For further information and to book please contact Kathleen on 9121551.NEW COURSES in CARA HOUSE will include Batik, Mosaic and Water Colours; Flower Arranging; Two Hand Dancing for enjoyment in the Regional Cultural Centre; Two Hand Dancing for Beginners; Guitar Lessons for Adults; Listening Skills; Dressmaking; Basic Computers; Computer Revision Course; Internet, Email and Skype Sessions. Please call Cara House for times, days etc. on 9123986.H.S.E. Retired Group Summer Outing will take place from 17th – 20th June to the West County Hotel, Ennis. For further information and to book please contact Kathleen on 9121551 or Breed on 9122605. Limited places are available.A Ceili Mor will be held in the Clanree Hotel on Friday 27th April commencing 9 pm.Music by Duntally Ceili Band.LOCAL NEWS: PARISH BULLETIN OF ST EUNAN’S CATHEDRAL, LETTERKENNY was last modified: April 21st, 2012 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:letterkennyLOCAL NEWS: PARISH BULLETIN OF ST EUNAN’S CATHEDRALlast_img read more

22 Dec

HELP ‘ROW’ IN BEHIND ULSTER BANK KILLYBEGS AS THEY LAUNCH CHARITY DRIVE FOR IRISH CANCER SOCIETY

first_imgStaff from the Ulster Bank in Killybegs are doing a ‘Charity Row’ to help raise money for The Irish Cancer Society.Seamus Coleman launched the charity cycle last year in Killybegs.The kind-hearted staff done a ‘Charity Cycle’ last year and raised over €800.Staff at the bank are hoping locals will ‘row’ in behind their fundraising efforts as they attempt to raise over €1,000 this year for the Irish Cancer Society, Focus Ireland and Barrettstown. Ulster Bank employee Meghan Murray told Donegal Daily, “Last year we done a charity cycle and it was a great success, we raised over €800 for the Irish Cancer Society.“However, this year we’re hoping we can break the €1,000 mark to help raise much needed finance for all these incredible charity organisations.“This year, we opted to do something a little different, so we’ve swapped the road for the water!“We’re doing a charity row, it should be great fun but we know it will be a very difficult challenge and we’ll more than likely be very OAR after it. EVERY EURO raised will be matched by the Ulster Bank so it’s a superb and worthwhile cause for everybody to get behind and support.The event will take place this place next Thursday the 4th of June in Killybegs.Get down and support the staff from Ulster Bank and donate a few quid to three brilliant charity organisations.HELP ‘ROW’ IN BEHIND ULSTER BANK KILLYBEGS AS THEY LAUNCH CHARITY DRIVE FOR IRISH CANCER SOCIETY was last modified: May 29th, 2015 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:FeaturesnewsNoticeslast_img read more

22 Dec

Were you in the St Eunans College Class of 1978?

first_img2018 marks the 40th anniversary of St Eunans College (Letterkenny) Class of 78.So, following on from a very successful 25th anniversary event in 2003, a few brave members of that class have got together to organise a reunion to celebrate this occasion.The chosen date this time around is the June Bank Holiday (1st to 4th June) in Letterkenny. And the organising committee would be delighted to hear from all students who not only were in that class in 1978 but also may have been part of it from 1973, but who may have left in the intervening period.Anyone who is interested in joining the mailing list to get updates of this momentous event are asked to contact any of the following committee members:Neil Campbell – neilcam67@gmail.comMickey Dorrian – michael.dorrian@openeir.ieJoe Gallagher – josephgallagher60@eircom.netPJ Kelly – patj.kelly@agriculture.gov.iePaddy McGlinchey – paddymcglinchey@hotmail.comSean McIntyre – jjmcintyre@eircom.netBrendan Stevenson – brendan.stevenson@welfare.iePlease also check out the Facebook page for this at www.facebook.com/40thanniversary2018. The page includes old class photos as well as coverage of the 25th-anniversary event.Were you in the St Eunans College Class of 1978? was last modified: November 28th, 2017 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:letterkennyREUNIONSt.Eunan’s Collegelast_img read more

30 Nov

Lucky 13: Lyceum clinches Final Four seat, remains unbeaten

first_imgFire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC “We’ll just continue to be humble and blessed to be in this position,” he said.Prince Eze carried Perpetual (4-8) with 26 points, 20 rebounds, and seven blocks, while Gab Dagangon had 17 markers and four boards in the loss.The Scores:LYCEUM 94 – Perez 21, Jv. Marcelino 15, Nzeusseu 15, Pretta 12, Jc. Marcelino 11, Ayaay 8, Caduyac 4, Cinco 3, Tansingco 3, Santos 2, Baltazar 0, Ibañez 0, Liwag 0.PERPETUAL 83 – Eze 26, Dagangon 17, Sadiwa 13, Singontiko 9, Pido 8, Coronel 5, Ylagan 4, Cabiltes 1, Casas 0, Hao 0, Lucente 0, Mangalino 0, Tamayo 0, Yuhico 0.ADVERTISEMENT Quarters: 16-19, 43-40, 67-63, 94-83. Read Next “It’s really something that we are not accustomed to, but part of the journey is making it here,” said coach Topex Robinson.CJ Perez scattered 21 points, nine assists, and five rebounds, while Mike Nzeusseu tallied a double-double of 15 markers and 15 boards in the huge win.FEATURED STORIESSPORTS WATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutJayvee Marcelino added 15 points and four rebounds, while twin brother Jaycee Marcelino got 11 markers and three boards, including the game-sealing triple from the left corner with 41.5 seconds left to give Lyceum a 92-81 lead.Robinson said that though the first bullet in the Pirates’ checklist has already been crossed, it’s still important for his side to sustain their groove coming into the postseason. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLyceum continued on Thursday its historic run in NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament, clinching its first Final Four spot since joining the league in 2011.The Pirates remained unscathed with their 13th straight victory as they hacked out a 94-83 victory over Perpetual at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.ADVERTISEMENT Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  LATEST STORIES For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fightcenter_img San Beda, Lyceum early favorites ahead of NCAA Season 93 PLAY LIST 02:12San Beda, Lyceum early favorites ahead of NCAA Season 9302:57US Defense chief says alliance with Philippines remains strong03:41PDEA chief: Albayalde asked me not to implement dismissal order vs Pampanga cops01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Gareth Barry: Record-breaker, great Premier League survivor MOST READ Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

28 Nov

BCCI probe meet against Modi put off to end of month

first_imgThe next hearing of the BCCI’s disciplinary committee, probing charges of financial irregularities against former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi, has been put off by two weeks following a request from his attorney Mehmood Abdi.Abdi requested that the sitting, scheduled for Monday and Tuesday in Delhi, be put off following an accident of Modi’s counsel Swadeep Hora, who has been cross-examining the witnesses of the BCCI and the request has been accepted.Hora met with an accident on Friday evening while he was travelling back to Jaipur along with his son. He would be unable to conduct the cross examination this week as his son has sustained injuries and required his care and attention, the Modi camp informed disciplinary panel member Arun Jaitley.The new dates of the hearing have been fixed as December 27 and 28, it was learnt.- With PTI inputslast_img read more

26 Nov

Pujara, Vijay hit centuries; India in commanding position

first_imgSHARE COMMENT Sri Lanka × COMMENTS SHARE SHARE EMAIL Published on The Pujara-Vijay combination has been a nemesis for bowlers in the Indian sub-continent with their 10th century stand in longest version. Vijay hit 11 boundaries and a six off 221 deliveries before being dismissed while trying to sweep Rangana Herath.Pujara batted through the whole day facing 284 balls in which he hit 13 boundaries.Three more satisfying pieces of statistics is sure to bring smile in the Indian dressing room. Vijay-Pujara pair score at an average of 73 runs per partnership – highest among all Indian pairs across Test cricket and Saurashtra right- hander has completed 1000 Test runs in 2017.Pujara-Vijay were also involved in their fourth successive century stand.Vijay teed off with a glorious square drive off Eden Test hero Suranga Lakmal (0/58), who was far from his best with conditions not aiding his kind of bowling.For someone who plays the drive fluently, Vijay was time and again provided with loose half-volleys both outside the off-stump and on his legs for him to make full use.The shot with which Vijay brought up his half-century was a picture perfect straight drive off Dasun Shanaka.There was a lot of time at India’s disposal and that’s why the batsmen were in no hurry yet comfortably got their runs. The home team scored at a steady if not breakneck pace but always had control of the proceedings with the three seasons yielding – 301 runs in 90 overs.The acceleration in the final session was largely due to skipper Kohli’s flurry of strokes — he hit six boundaries facing 70 balls.Dinesh Chandimal’s decision to bring in his spinners hardly yielded any different result as both looked comfortable reaching to the pitch of the deliveries nullifying any help that they could have possibly got off the pitch.When Herath (1/45) flighted one inviting Pujara to come out, he promptly did so by flicking it to the vacant mid- wicket boundary. His straight drive off Lakmal was regal as he hit nine fours having faced 183 deliveries.Vijay on his part gave Herath the charge hitting him for a straight six. He completed his hundred with a push towards long-off of Dilruwan Perera’s bowling. He achieved the landmark in 187 deliveries.Dilruwan (0/117 in 21 overs) could hardly turn a single delivery and was the weaklink of the attack leaking runs from one end.Worse, he was stationed at short mid-on for a specific uppish drive. Vijay did fall into the trap trying to flick Lahiru Gamage and the ball flew towards Dilruwan, who couldn’t pouch onto the catch. The Tamil Nadu opener was batting on 61 then.There wasn’t a single wicket-taking delivery from the Lankan attack as they could hardly beat the bat. With no lateral movement on offer and the pitch offering reasonable good bounce and carry, strokeplay became relatively easier.The fuller length deliveries did not seem to work for them while the trio of Lakmal, Shanaka (0/43 in 13 overs) and Gamage (1/47 in 22 overs) did not have enough pace to trouble the batsmen when they hit back of the length.On a pitch like this and a toothless attack, Pujara would have always proved to be a handful as he batted with effortless ease. It seemed like he treated the Lankan attack like any other domestic team. There wasn’t even a single delivery that could breach Pujara’s defence. Pujara-Vijay 10th century partnership November 25, 2017 Murali Vijay plays a shot on day 2 of the second Test match against Sri Lanka in Nagpur on Saturday. Photo credit: Vivek Bendre cricket Murali Vijay plays a shot on day 2 of the second Test match against Sri Lanka in Nagpur on Saturday. Photo credit: Vivek Bendre Opener Murali Vijay added to the selection conundrum with a patient 128 and was ably complemented by ‘Run Machine’ Cheteshwar Pujara’s unbeaten 121 as India grinded a mediocre Sri Lankan attack on the second day of the second cricket Test, here.Pujara and Vijay added 209 runs for the second wicket to set a platform from where India would look to bat the Islanders out of the contest.Ending the day at a comfortable 312 for two, the hosts are 107 runs ahead of Sri Lanka’s first innings total of 205.Playing his first Test match after eight months, Vijay increased the ‘happy headache’ of the team management as they will be spoilt for choice during the third Test match in Delhi and more importantly, the Test series in South Africa.With his compact technique, the Tamil Nadu opener is certainly going to have a headstart over his nearest rivals — KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan, when the team embarks on the tour to South Africa.Pujara, who scored his 14th century has skipper Virat Kohli (54 bating) for company. Kohli is looking good for a big one on the third day and surely would be playing a more attacking role than Pujara, who took 246 balls to reach his century.With the pitch not offering any assistance to the bowlers, Sri Lankan attack looked pedestrian as the seasoned Indian duo scored runs easily without taking any undue risks. Indialast_img read more