Rory Kavanagh wins another ball in midfield for St Eunan’s today.Pic Brian McDaid/Cristeph StudioCOUNTY Champions captain Rory Kavanagh has led praise to his club veteran John Haran and St Eunan’s manager Maxi Curran after today’s title victory over Glenswilly.Kavanagh had a superb game himself, popping up when needed despite tight marking – and his catch in his own square at the death prevented a Glenswilly goal chance, and led to a ninth point for Eunan’s at the other end.The Scoil Cholmcille teacher said Man of the Match Haran had been immense again this season, despite planning to retire from the game a year ago. “He has been absolutely wonderful and I’m delighted that John was awarded Man of the Match. He fully deserved it today,” said Rory.On the manager, he went on: “I know there were a few people who questioned the appointment of Maxi to the club management, bringing in an outsider.“Well I can tell you he has been fantastic with us. He has brought in a new level of preparation for games and he has opened the eyes of players young and old at the club from everything he does.” Man of the Match John HaranCAPTAIN FANTASTIC RORY KAVANAGH HEAPS PRAISE ON MAXI AND HARAN was last modified: November 2nd, 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) Tags:John HaranMaxi CurranRory KavanaghSt Eunans
Donegal Airport has announced that a beach accessible wheelchair has been made available for Carrickfinn beach.Beach wheelchairs allow wheelchair users to access the strand with ease.Five-year-old Eva McCafferty from Crolly was the first person to use the new wheelchair to access the beach, something a traditional wheelchair would stopped her from doing. Eva’s auntie Breda told Donegal Daily how delighted they are that Eva can now enjoy days at the beach, something she wouldn’t have been able to do before.Eva, who suffers from epilepsy and global developmental delay, has to make the long trip to Temple Street Hospital in Dublin several times a year, but thanks to Bumbleance the journey is much more enjoyable.Breda, who is a fundraising co-ordinator for Bumbleance, said that the service provided by the charity has made a world of difference to little Eva and that the trip is much more comfortable for both Eva and her parents.Another person to benefit from the beach accessible wheelchair is wheelchair user Una Bonner from Burtonport. Speaking to Donegal Daily, Una says; “Having been to many beaches in different locations it always posed a problem to gain access. This is mainly caused by rough terrain between land and beach, blowing soft sand and other washed up debris from the sea.“In some beaches close to built up areas there may be board walks to the beach but you will still encounter soft sand. Having the facility of the beach wheelchair deals with a lot of these issues.Una enjoyed soaking up the sun on Carrickfinn beach“Weather depending I would love to take advantage of our beautiful beaches!”Una also highlighted that assistance is needed when pushing or pulling the beach wheelchair, and cannot be operated by the person using the wheelchair.She also said that people may need assistance getting in and out of the beach wheelchair as it is quite low to the ground, although this depends on the mobility of each individual. The wheelchair will be stored at the airport, and if you’d like to use it simply get in touch with the airport on 074 9548284 with some notice regarding when you would like to book the chair.A spokesperson for Donegal Airport says; “Donegal County Council are hoping that the beach wheelchair can be utilised and enjoyed by people and families visiting Carrickfinn Beach this summer.“It is also hoped that the beach wheelchair can be utilised as a proactive and positive commodity for all beach users.”Donegal County Council have also provided beach accessible wheelchairs in Rathmullan and Downings. If you would like to use the beach accessible wheelchair in Rathmullan, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch with Aengus on 086 8123019. If you would like to avail of the Downings beach wheelchair, give Jamie a call on 087 1808140. More good news from Donegal Airport is that there will be a charity skydiving event taking place between the 4th and 7th of August.Donegal Airport will be playing host to the fifth annual Donegal Charity Parachute Jump with The Irish Parachute Club (Skydive IPC).In fact, a member of the Donegal Daily team is taking part! The sky is the limit for Donegal Woman editor Rachel McLaughlin as she will free-fall from 10,000-12,500ft in the air in aid of No Barriers. To read more about Rachel’s terrifying leap you can click here.Delight as beach wheelchair made available for Carrickfinn beach was last modified: July 24th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:beachbeach accessible wheelchaircarrickinnDonegal Airport
EUREKA >> For the better part of the last decade, the College of the Redwoods football team’s final game has been more about building momentum for the future rather than playing for immediate results.Today, much to the Corsairs’ liking, is the exception rather than the rule.Redwoods’ 2016 regular-season finale against Shasta College has quite the added significance attached to it. The Corsairs, riding a four-game winning streak in conference play, face the Knights with the Pacific 7 …
New season. New arena. New beat writer.In lieu of a drawn-out introduction, let me use this mailbag to extend an olive branch. You’ve seen my byline all season, but this is the first time I’ve interacted with readers in this space.This is my first year on the beat, taking over for the incomparable Mark Medina (now with USA Today). A quick bio: A South Florida native, I moved to the Bay Area six years ago after graduating with a journalism degree from UCF (miss me with your 2017 national …
In a tragic incident, Ankit Chadha, a Delhi-based writer and storyteller allegedly drowned in Uksan Lake near the hilly environs of Kamshet, 62 km near Pune.The 30-year-old Chadha was noted as a highly talented exponent of dastangoi – a 13th century Urdu oral storytelling art form, and had toured India and the globe extensively lecturing and practicing the art in a bid to keep a dying tradition alive.According to the Kamshet police, the incident took place on Thursday evening. Chadha had come down to Lake Uksan with a friend for a trip along the banks of the lake.“According to the deceased’s friend, he slipped and fell at a point near the shore of the lake. Despite cries for help, the deceased, who did not know swimming, drowned into the deep waters. We were informed of the incident by the locals,” said an officer from the Kamshet police station, adding that the police were probing the events that led to Chadha’s death.Aided by rescue teams, his body was fished out of the lake and reached Pune late Thursday night where it was immediately flown to New Delhi following completion of formalities.Chadha was one among the dozen or so practicing exponents of dastangoi in the country.Becoming infatuated with this art form while studying history at Delhi’s Hindu College, his presentations on the mystic poet-saint Kabir and 14th century musician-poet Amir Khusrow Dehlavi were particularly noted, as were his biographical accounts (told in dastangoi form) of the ill-fated Dara Shikoh.His fascination with Amir Khusrau led him to pen Amir Khusrau: The Man in Riddles (2016). He also co-authored My Gandhi Story (2014, with Nina Sabnani and illustrator Rajesh Vengad).He had spoken on, and performed, this unique art form in the Harvard and Yale universities, besides other parts of the United States.Chadha was in the city for an engagement on May 12 to present the Dastan-e-Kabir (story of Kabir) in dastangoi at the Gyaan Adab Centre before tragedy cut short his life.He is survived by his parents and an elder brother.
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are busy making most of their time in Australia. While Virat was busy with three-match ODI series against Australia, Anushka cheered him on from the stands. Their adorable pictures and videos from their Melbourne tour have already gone viral on the internet.In a moment of victory, the Indian cricket team won the first bilateral ODI series in Australia, by defeating the hosts by seven wickets. Anushka was practically glowing with pride at the win.Recently, pictures of the couple at the Australian Open 2019 went viral. Their selfie is going viral on the internet, and as always netizens can’t stop gushing at how cute the two are. Virat Kohli and Anushka SharmaAnushka tweeted a photo as well.Beautiful sunny day at tennis with this beautiful sunny boy #AustralianOpen #ausopen pic.twitter.com/8yj9ztjprH Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) January 19, 2019Earlier, photos from the team’s victory did the rounds. Here are some other pictures of the couple in Australia. Anushka Sharma had posted a congratulatory message for Team India, saying, “They came. They conquered !! History written and created by this bunch !! Huge congratulations to all players, coaching unit and support staff ; it takes undying perseverance & solid conviction to focus on what’s important and shut out the rest. So so happy and proud of you my love @virat.kohli.”The two have often spoken lovingly and affectionately of each other. Virat had called Anushka the “captain, off the field” in an earlier interview. He had gushed about her enthusiasm for the sport and said, “She is very passionate about the game. She understands the game and she can understand the sentiments of all the players, what they go through and stuff, which I think is the most beautiful thing.””She takes all the right decisions in life. She’s totally my strength and she keeps me positive all the time, and that’s what you want in a life partner so I’m very grateful,” the cricketer had added.ALSO READ | Anushka Sharma on Virat Kohli writing history with Australia win: So proud of you, my loveALSO READ: I am married to the greatest man in the world, says Anushka Sharma about Virat KohliALSO WATCH: Engagement, haldi and garland-exchange visuals from Virat-Anushka wedding
Mumbai University admission 2019: Mumbai University is all set to release the first merit list for the admission to various courses today, June 13, 2019. Students are requested to go to the official website of the university i.e. mu.ac.in to check the merit list. As per the reports, more than 2 lakh candidates have registered for admissions to different courses at the University of Mumbai for the academic session 2019-2020. Colleges affiliated to the university have received over 6 lakh applications so far.Mumbai University admission 2019: Documents needed Passport size photographScanned signature of the applicantSelf-attested class 10 mark sheet, for the date of birthSelf – attested class 12 mark sheetSC/ST/PWD/KM/OBC CertificateSelf- attested copies of sports and ECA certificatesEXS Certificate issued by SDM certifying the applicant.Mumbai University admission 2019: Verification date The verification process for the documents will begin from June 14, 2019. Only those who are eligible through the merit list can apply. Students can pay their fees and book a seat between June 15 and June 17.Mumbai University admission 2019: 2 nd and 3 rd merit listsThe second merit list by Mumbai University will be released on June 17, 2019The third merit list by Mumbai University will be released on June 20, 2019.Mumbai University admission 2019: document verificationFor the second Merit list: June 17, 2019, to June 19, 2019For the third Merit list: June 20, 2019, to June 21, 2019.The mission of Mumbai University:The university aims to provide a free and conducive atmosphere for creative thinking and impart deep disciplinary knowledge with interdisciplinary bandwidth to the learners in order to make them problem solvers, leaders, and entrepreneurs.It has a mission to assimilate and transmit the values of honesty, equality, human dignity.It encourages making optimum use of available resources and investments through unconventional means.It has an objective to undertake research in frontier and emerging areas to advance knowledge and through innovation turn it into intellectual property and entrepreneurship to accelerate growth.It aims to contribute effectively to the welfare of society, address the local and global challenges; respecting the culture, environment, and sustainability.Read: DUET 2019 entrance test: Delhi University releases entrance test dates, check nowadvertisementRead: AP Inter Supply Result 2019 date and time: How to check BIEAP AP Inter Supply scores
Sioux City Mayor Bob Scott says he will be proposing on a ban on fireworks next Monday during the city council meeting.The mayor says on his Facebook page that if people won’t adhere to our rules regarding the hours to shoot off fireworks, then it makes no sense to allow them going forward.Scott posted Monday night that he was sorry for those citizens that have to endure this for one more day.The mayors Facebook post received strong reaction both for and against his proposed ban.As of 3:45pm on the 4th, 303 people had commented and 290 people posted a reaction to his comment.Another 171 people had shared his post online.
WTF Dusseldorf keeper: I saved the ball with my penis Ronan Murphy 17:02 10/16/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Getty Images WTF Fortuna Düsseldorf Arminia Bielefeld v Fortuna Düsseldorf Arminia Bielefeld 2. Bundesliga Raphael Wolf showed his bravery with a save from close range, stopping the ball with his private parts in the win over Arminia Bielefeld Goalkeepers need to be brave. They put their bodies in the way of shots time and again to keep their teams in matches. But usually when they are preventing goals, it is their arms and legs that do the hard work.Not for Fortuna Dusseldorf goalkeeper Raphael Wolf, who helped his side claim a 2-0 victory over Arminia Bielefeld, helping keep a clean sheet by taking a direct hit in the family jewels to prevent an effort from finding the net.Arminia won a indirect free-kick inside the area, with Dusseldorf lining their players up on the line to block the goal. But it was Wolf who provided the human shield to maintain the clean sheet, stopping the ball with his crotch before needing to pour water on it to cool it down. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. After the game, he had recovered enough to reveal the full extent of his traumatic save. “You always say with your balls but this one I saved with my penis,” the 29-year-old told Bild. “I never experienced such a free kick. First the pain was hellish but after some ice and rest it was okay.”I have worn protection as a youth at Hallenspielen. But you can’t run properly – it’s crap!”The victory keeps Dusseldorf at the top of the 2 Bundesliga table, three points clear of second placed Holsten Kiel after 10 games.