Liberian Athletes to Reunite in Atlanta

first_img– Reunion slated for June 23-25Former Liberian athletes around the world are gearing up to converge in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States from June 23-25.According to a release by the organizers, the gathering will connect former and current Liberian athletes, fans, and supporters with each other.The release said the theme of the gathering is “Empowering Youth Through Education.”“Those in attendance will renew their friendships, reminisce the past and share their experiences,” the release said.According to the release, delegates are expected to be welcomed on Friday, June 23 at the Lucky Shoals Park Community Center in Norcross.The release said an executive plenary meeting is slated the next day, Saturday, June 24 at the same venue. There will be soccer and basketball games at Bryson Park, 5075 Lawrenceville Highway in Lilburn.Dinner and awards will follow the same evening at the Monte Carlo Event Hall, 2077 Beaver Ruin Road in Norcross.On Sunday, June 25, the leadership will present a financial report that will be followed by a farewell cookout at Bryson Park.Delegates will be housed at Garden Plaza Hotel and Wingate Wyndham Hotel all on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Norcross.The Athletes Reunion is a yearly celebration where Liberian athletes in the Diaspora and at home gather in a selected city in the United States to discuss, play and interact with each other.The reunion has been held in Minnesota, Philadelphia, and now Atlanta, Georgia all in the United States.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Ghanaian Airline Launches Service in Liberia

first_imgAn AWA Carrier-AWA Commences flights from Monrovia-Accra starts next weekLiberia’s premier airport, the Roberts International Airport is not only experiencing major facelifts on its runway and terminals, but is at the same time attracting investments that are geared towards opening up the country for more investment, especially in realization of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) regional economic integration—And it is in this vein that the Ghanaian carrier, Africa World Airlines (AWA), has become the latest carrier within the region to begin flight to and from Monrovia.AWA, which is Ghana’s largest and that country’s fastest-growing regional carrier, is poised to begin its maiden flight to Liberia shortly, joining a host of other carriers that are making use of the RIA facilities and at the same time making Liberia their home.As the latest carrier to add to the collection in Liberia, AWA will operate a thrice-weekly service between Accra and Monrovia, beginning Tuesday, December 12.The start of a direct service by Africa World Airlines (AWA) between Ghana’s capital Accra and Monrovia is expected to deepen trade relations between the two countries, the Airline’s local Head of Commercial, Richard Kyereh told a forum of Liberia Travel agencies in Monrovia on Friday.During a power-point presentation at the acquaintance gathering, Mr. Kyereh disclosed that the airline will operate flights on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, a new service that will offer the traveling public more options traveling between the two West African states.Accra-Monrovia-Accra flights will depart Kotoka International Airport at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and arrive in Monrovia at 1:30 p.m. The return flight will depart Monrovia at 2:10 p.m. and arrive in Accra at 4:10 p.m., he said.The airline is in partnership with Hainan Airline, one of the largest Chinese airlines. It has six carriers and will use an E-145, a 50 seater aircraft, on this route. Mr. Kyereh also disclosed that the company will shortly acquire additional two E-190 (90 seater) aircrafts, to add to its Monrovia fleet.The airline will also shortly begin commercial flights to Abidjan, Dakar, Freetown and Banjul, he disclosed. Apart from Ghana, where the airline is said to be dominating the industry, it currently flies only to Lagos five times weekly.In terms of safety, Kyereh he said AWA is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). An airline can only be a member when it is IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) IOSA certified. IATA supports aviation with global standards for airline safety, security, efficiency and sustainability while IOSA is the benchmark for global safety management in airlines.The vision of a more economically integrated West Africa is gradually becoming a reality as more regional airlines begin intra flight services in the region.It could be recalled last December, Med-View Airline, a private Nigerian aviation firm, launched its maiden flight from Lagos, Nigeria, to the Roberts International Airport (RIA), Liberia. Med-View Airline has since operated a regular flight to Accra, Ghana, Monrovia, Liberia, and Freetown, Sierra Leone, respectively.The Med-View management, at a program held at the RIA upon the arrival of the maiden flight, said the historic arrival of its maiden flight Number VL0203 was part of its efforts to support the shared vision of free movement of trade and services within the ECOWAS region.Ghana and Liberia have very good diplomatic relations and it is no secret that a significant number of nationals of both counties (Liberians and Ghanaians) current live and work in across the two countries. Another point to note is that fishing communities along Ghana’s coasts have relations in coastal Monrovia as well.Given Ghana’s numerous traditional and non-traditional exports, the new service opens a new chapter for intra-Africa trade in the sub-region. This presents an enormous opportunity for businesses and investors in both countries.AWA Sales and Marketing Manager, Victoria Abena Takyi, at the forum underscored the impressive strides AWA has made in its four year of existence and their quest for growth and their ever expansion in the region, has led them to the Liberian market. She made mention of the quality of services that AWA brings to the aviation industry in Liberia. “Quality is a habit and not an act and so at AWA we have always provided quality services,” she said.AWA’s Marketing Manager (far left) and others at the forumShe said the company is here to stay, but that is also incumbent upon the reception from the Liberia people. “We are here to stay but that is if you want us to stay,” she said.She indicated that the Airline is the best in Ghana and its high quality performance is reflected in the number of awards it has won. AWA, she noted, has won Ghanaian Best Domestic Airline of the year on six consecutive occasions, while the airline also won the Africa Best Brand of the year in 2016.In remarks, a member of the Liberia Travel Agencies, P. Cammue Kollie, lauded AWA for coming to invest in the Liberia aviation industry. “We are ready to work with you and will ensure that you stay,” he said.Meanwhile, the officials said that any customer who flies four times with AWA is guaranteed a free ticket on his/her next flight and anyone, company or group that purchases ten tickets for AWA’s flight automatically get one ticket free.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Nimba ‘Mandingoes’ US$500M Trial at ECOWAS Court

first_imgThe Mandingoes in Ganta are claiming that their rights have been grossly violated by the government and have, therefore, sought justice at the ECOWAS Court.-But Gov’t says case is inadmissibleThe regional ECOWAS Court in Abuja, Nigeria is expected to shortly commence hearing into the lawsuit against the Government of Liberia by ethnic Mandingoes hailing from Ganta, Nimba County under the banner, ‘Ganta Support Group.’The Mandingoes in Ganta are claiming that their rights have been grossly violated by the government and have, therefore, sought justice at the ECOWAS Court. They are asking the Liberian government to pay the sum of US$500 million as compensation for the violations of their human rights to life, dignity, housing, property, development, and peace.On their behalf, the Ganta Support Group Incorporated and Sekou Sanoe have also called for an order of mandatory injunction, compelling the government to restore their ancient homes, lands and properties. The complainants have requested the Court to place a perpetual injunction restraining the government and her agents, privies, and servants from further attacking the Mandingoes in the county.But the government in its brief, said it has nothing to do with the case, but only intervened to promote, protect and reconcile the dispute to avert future conflict in the City.The government said the Applicants’ application is inadmissible and should be quashed because it has failed to state or demonstrate any act or conduct on the part of the government of the Republic of Liberia which is indicative of a characteristic violation of fundamental human rights of the Applicants.“A declaration that the Applicants’ Application is inadmissible and should be quashed because it fails to state or demonstrate any act or conduct which is indicative of the Applicants capacity to sue, because only real parties of interest have the right to question the constitutionality of a statute or ordinance to waste the Court’s time,” the government said in its motion for preliminary objection.The government’s briefs were signed by Attorney Wesseh A. Wesseh, Assistant Minister for Litigation; Director of Civil Litigation, Cllr. Gartor Tate; Attorney Lafayette B. Gould, Sr., Special Assistant to the Solicitor-General and Solicitor General Cllr. J. Daku Mulbah on June 15, 2018.The case was brought before the ECOWAS Court by the Ganta Support Group and Sekou A. Sanoe, who claimed to be suing on behalf of 823 displaced and victimized family heads of the Mandingo people. The suit emanated from a long-standing land dispute, which was offset by an alleged illegal occupation of the land and properties of residents of Ganta (mainly the Mandingo people), who fled the country during the war only to return, and to find their properties occupied.According to the suit, “the Mandingo people have been the owners of the properties in Nimba County from time immemorial.”In 2006, former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf set up an ad-hoc committee headed by former Internal Affairs Minister, Ambulai B. Johnson to resolve the Nimba land disputes that had the potential to plunge Liberia into crisis. Another commission was constituted comprising only Nimbaians and presided over by Musa Hassan  Billity, himself a Mandingo from the county.The two commissions established that to achieve peace and foster reconciliation, there was the need to compensate all the squatters to enable them to vacate the properties. “With particular reference to Ganta and its environs, 250 cases out of the 280 land dispute cases were resolved and the illegal occupants were fully compensated by the defendant,” the complaint stated.The complainants, however, lamented that since the payments were done, the ‘illegal squatters’ are yet to turn over their properties of the Mandingo people.The suit further alleged that over 75 heads of families of the Mandingo citizens of Ganta and its environs in Nimba were brutally beaten, tortured and jailed in 2016 by state security forces during a peaceful rally in demand of their ancestral land. According to the aggrieved party, the Government of Liberia allocated the unoccupied portion of the embattled land to former government officials, including former President Sirleaf.Sekou Sanoe, a co-complainant, who claimed to be the administrator of his late grandfather, Nyama  Sanoe’s estate said, his late brother, Varfin Sanoe, was arrested, beaten, tortured and taken to Yekepa, and killed, because he challenged the illegal occupancy of his late grandfather’s property in Ganta.According to Sekou, the property has been forcefully encroached on and developed by the illegal occupants who have received compensation for the property from the government but have refused to leave.The complainants requested the Court to place a perpetual injunction restraining the government and her agents, privies, and servants from further attacking the Mandingos in Nimba. They further asked the Court to declare the violent attack of the peaceful rally held in Nimba in November 2016 unlawful as it violates their human rights to freedom of expression and freedom of assembly.The government admitted to paying those squatting on the properties in settling the matter but maintained that those who received the money refused to relocate from the properties indicating that it is inconceivable to apportion such blame on the government which was intended to resolve the conflict.The government further explained that every effort by the government to amicably resolve the land dispute was rejected, ignored or challenged by the very citizens the government intended to assist by overt expression.“There is no evidence to demonstrate by way of a written instrument that the government has violated any rights of the applicants which is the Mandingo people of Ganta city.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Golf gets onboard with Sport Tourism

first_imgIn recent times, the growing trend in the Sports arena has been the capitalisation on Sport Tourism by various disciplines in order to boost their sport, support and the economy.Lusignan Golf Club President Aleem HussainThis has been the going thing, and was first recognised as an important factor during this year’s staging of the Hero Caribbean Premiere League (CPL), which attracted scores of tourists to Guyana in their staging of seven matches.As such, sport tourism is known to create partnerships between sporting associations and the private sector for the betterment of the sport and those involved.The latest sport to come on board with this initiative is golf.Speaking at the launching of their annual Guyana Open Cup, Minister of Social Cohesion, with Responsibility for Sport, Dr George Norton, touched on the importance of sport tourism to Guyana, highlighting the strides that the Golf Association has made in capitalising on such a lucrative sector.“What is important to note is that the Golf Association has now fully partnered with the Guyana Marriott Hotel and several other hotels to create golf packages which are important to the promotion of this sport in and out of Guyana,” Dr. Norton said, disclosing one of many initiatives.Following Minister Norton’s announcement of a new golf course that is slated to be built in Guyana, starting as early as 2019, President of the Lusignan Golf Club, Aleem Hussain, shared on the impact that the course would have on the club’s participation in sport tourism.“Sports tourism in Guyana is going to go to a whole new level. We’re estimating, based on the meetings, we’re going to need another 5 hotels just for golf tourism. That is how impressive and attractive this is going to be for us,” Hussain elatedly noted.Additionally, on board with the Golf Club for their upcoming Guyana Open is Trans Guyana Airways, which is in a great position to further the sport tourism agenda.The company has noted its readiness to provide visitors and international players with a great view of Guyana.“Cause, as people would know, sports is very important to the development of a country, in terms of tourism and travel, and that’s our main area of operation,” a representative of Trans Guyana Airways stated.The company is willing and ready to entice visitors with travel packages, resorts and tours, aside from people having a good time playing golf.last_img read more

Nadal, Djokovic to test injuries at Kooyong

first_imgThe upcoming edition will feature five of the world’s top 10, including ATP Finals runner-up and two-time Kooyong champion David Goffin, Austrian Dominic Thiem, Croat Marin Cilic and Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta.Under the ad-hoc rules, late additions Nadal and Djokovic will be playing practice matches.World number one Nadal, who missed the warm-up Brisbane International last week with a knee injury, is set for just one appearance on Tuesday when he faces France’s Richard Gasquet.Djokovic, who hasn’t played competitively since a right elbow problem forced him to quit Wimbledon in the quarter-finals in July, is due on court on Wednesday to play Thiem.“The addition of both Novak and Rafa changes our schedule and the way we will run the four days but that’s what Kooyong is all about, we are here to help the players get ready for the Open,” said tournament director Peter Johnston.The women’s draw, now into a second season after being introduced in 2017, includes new Hopman Cup champion Belinda Bencic of Switzerland, German Andrea Petkovic, Aussie teen Destanee Aiava and young Chinese star Wang Xinyu.Pat Cash, the 1987 Australian Open winner who now coaches American CoCo Vandeweghe, serves as official ambassador for the event and said it would be good preparation for Djokovic and Nadal.“Everyone will be watching Rafa’s legs and Novak’s arm,” he said.“It can make for a very exciting week of tennis. Both guys had good preparation, they just suffered setbacks. But when those come within a couple of weeks from the Australian Open, it’s a bit of a worry.“They have to be absolutely ready, players can be quite anxious about it all.”The first day of play features four matches, with Nadal against Gasquet, Goffin facing Carreno Busta and wayward Australian Bernard Tomic taking on Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka.Among the women, young Australian Aiava plays Petkovic.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Novak Djokovic hasn’t played competitively since a right elbow problem forced him to quit Wimbledon in the quarter-finals in July © AFP/File / GLYN KIRKMELBOURNE, Australia, Jan 8 – Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will use the Kooyong Classic starting Tuesday as a convenient emergency stop to gain much-needed match practice as the pair return from injury in time for the Australian Open.Not since the glory days of Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras nearly two decades ago and more recently Roger Federer, has the long-time exhibition event hosted as distinguished a field.last_img read more

Celtic to remain in Champions League as UEFA reject Legia Warsaw appeal

first_imgCeltic have retained their place in the Champions League after Legia Warsaw lost their appeal against their exclusion.The Polish club were punished for fielding an ineligible player in their third qualifying round tie.They had hammered Celtic 6-1 on aggregate but, having introduced the suspended Bartosza Bereszynski in the dying stages of the second leg 2-0 win at Murrayfield, the result in Glasgow was duly quashed and replaced by a 3-0 win for the Scottish side in accordance with UEFA regulations.That meant Celtic won through on away goals to face Maribor for a place in the group stages of the competition.The Polish side’s appeal was heard by UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body and after receiving the decision on Thursday, club owner Dariusz Mioduski wrote on Twitter: “Unfortunately for now football is not winning… We are going to CAS.”The verdict was confirmed in a UEFA statement which read: “The UEFA Appeals Body met yesterday following an appeal by Legia Warszawa against the decision taken by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on 8 August.“The appeal lodged by the Polish club was rejected and, therefore, the original decision of the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body is confirmed.“The Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body had sanctioned Legia for fielding a suspended player (Article 18 of the Regulations of the UEFA Champions League, 2014/15 competition, and Article 21 of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations, 2014 edition) in the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League third qualifying round return leg against Celtic FC in Edinburgh on 6 August. That match has been declared as a forfeit, meaning Legia lost 3-0.”Legia president Boguslaw Lesnodorski echoed Mioduski’s pledge to take the matter to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.He wrote on Twitter: “Negative decision, it’s hard even to comment, we are using the CAS (we plan to tomorrow) and otherwise we are focused only on the games.”Legia believed Bereszynski’s suspension had been served after he missed both legs of the previous qualifier against St Patrick’s Athletic as well as the first leg against Celtic, but their failure to register him for the St Pat’s tie proved costly.Celtic will therefore face Slovenian side Maribor in the play-off round, leaving Legia to take on Aktobe of Kazakhstan in the Europa League play-off. 1 Celtic and Legia Warsaw players clash last_img read more


first_imgA wonderful New York ‘Mary from Dungloe’ evening was celebrated in Astoria, Queens, New York on Saturday, May 17, 2014, which ended with Aimee Coyle being crowned the 2014 New York ‘Mary’. Aimee, is a 19-year-old nursing student at Mount St. Mary College. She plans on going forward for a masters degree to become a nurse anesthetist.Both her parents are from Donegal, The Mary from Dungloe festival has always been one of the highlights of her holidays and at the age of three she won the Bonny Baby competition in Dungloe.Aimee always wanted to participate in an event that represented her heritage.In the past Aimee volunteered as a greeter at the NY Mary from Dungloe Irish Gala Dance and truly saw what is was all about, an experience that encouraged her to take part in our NY Mary from Dungloe competition. We wish Aimee good luck in the upcoming Mary from Dungloe international festival.The New York Mary from Dungloe Irish Gala Dance committee would like to thank all our patrons and to those who travelled great distances to support our Irish Gala Dance and fundraiser Mount Sinai Queens Breast Health Program for the uninsured.FB NY Mary from dungloe www.maryfromdungloe.comDUNGLOE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL – AIMEE COYLE SELECTED AS THE NEW YORK ‘MARY’ was last modified: June 3rd, 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:EntertainmentFeaturesMary From Dungloenew yorknewslast_img read more


first_imgSt Eunan’s GAA News: The Senior Footballers opened their league campaign with a defeat at the hands of Gaoth Dobhair on Sunday, final score 0-09 to 3-09.The Reserve team recorded a three point victory on a scoreline of 1-11 to 2-05. The Under 16 boys footballers have a home tie with St. Michaels on Sunday throwing in at 12pm.The Under 16 B team who recorded a comfortable victory over Naomh Colmcille last weekend travel to Buncrana this Sunday, throw in also at 12pm.Minor hurling training continues every Tuesday evening at 5pm.The Minor hurlers will face Mc Cumhaills in the Park this coming Thursday while the Under 14 hurlers have an away tie to Gaoth Dobhair/Dungloe on the same date. Our 4 Féile teams are hosting a Table Quiz in the newly refurbished Clubhouse this Saturday evening, March 28th at 9pm.We are fielding teams in boys & girls Football, Hurling and Camogie for Féile 2015. Teams of 4 for €20 and all support will be greatly appreciated.If you haven’t been out to the Clubhouse since it was redecorated, why not come out and show your support for these youngsters who will represent our club on the national stage in JuneThe Minor Boys Footballers are hosting a Fitness Challenge at Danny Ryan’s Boxfit next Monday, March 30th at 7pm.The team and management would like to invite footballers and hurlers, male and female of all ages to come along and take the fitness challenge in a fun filled evening. This is a vital fundraiser for the club so please come along and support their efforts. Light Refreshments will be served afterwards.Legendary local band RAW will be performing a gig in the Clubhouse on Friday 10th April followed by music with local DJ PK playing a mix of Funk, Classic Rock, 60s and 70s music.Doors will open at 8pm and there will be a free shuttle bus service operating from the Market Square to the Clubhouse on the night.Keep an eye on Social Media and the local press for more details on what will be a brilliant night’s craic. Congratulations to Kaneshia McKinney who became the latest club member to secure an All Ireland medal as her DCU team won the Lynch Cup colleges competition with a victory over DIT in the final.Please remember to support the Topaz Cash for Clubs initiative at Tobin’s Service Station or any other Topaz outlet as we now need a big push in our attempt to reach our target. Simply Stamp the St. Eunan’s card every time you refuel by €40 or more in Tobin’s.Last week’s winning lotto numbers were 2,10,11,21.Congratulations to direct debit subscriber Paddy Flood who matched all 4 numbers and won the jackpot of €1350.This week’s numbers were 4,8,20,21.4 people matched 3 numbers and won €25 each;Conall Dunne – Cashel ParkPatrick McGowan – DromoreBrendan Malone – The FairwaysAbove all Direct DebitShane McMahon – Carraig Craoibh, Crievesmith – Sold by Adrian.Next week’s jackpot is €1025.Congratulations and best wishes to Kieran Sharkey and Nicola McDaid who were recently married.Anyone wishing to have anything included in the weekly notes, please email by 9pm on a Monday evening.GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S MINORS HOSTING FITNESS CHALLENGE AT DANNY RYAN’S BOXFIT was last modified: March 24th, 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:GAANoticesSportSt Eunanslast_img read more

Arsenal boss Unai Emery heaps praise on under-fire goalkeeper Petr Cech

first_imgUnai Emery admits he has been surprised by the criticism aimed at Petr Cech in recent weeks as the Arsenal goalkeeper put in a man of the match performance in Sunday’s Premier League win over Everton.Second-half strikes from Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were enough for the Gunners to secure a 2-0 victory, their fourth in a row in the league and a first clean sheet of the Emery era. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won RANKED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Emery kept the faith with Cech REVEALED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Everton will feel hard done by to leave the Emirates Stadium with nothing to show for a decent performance – and not only because Aubameyang’s goal came from an offside position.The visitors dominated the first half, with Cech denying the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Lucas Digne and Richarlison – who looked sharp on his return from suspension.Cech, 36, has captained Arsenal in all of their Premier League games since Emery took charge but has not been without his critics as he adapts to playing the ball out from the back. 3 Cech answered some of his critics MONEY He has kept summer signing Bernd Leno on the bench – except for Thursday’s Europa League win over Vorskla Poltava – and Emery is pleased with his goalkeeping options.“I’m a little surprised because there have been a lot of questions over Cech,” Emery said after the win.“In pre-season and also in the first matches with us, he’s played with good performances. Bernd Leno will also improve with us and learn about this competition here. Cech kept a first clean sheet under Emery center_img Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade REVEALED Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack silverware Lacazette opened the scoring with a well-taken strike, three minutes before Aubameyang’s contentious tap-in secured the win.But Emery revealed he was preparing to remove Lacazette in the moments leading up to his goal – with Alex Iwobi stripped and ready to replace the France striker.Asked if he was intending to substitute Lacazette, the Arsenal head coach replied: “I don’t think it’s important, but maybe yes! Football is like that.“We needed to change something in this moment to give us another individual quality on the pitch. Then we scored the goal and I decided to stop it and think again about who we need next.” ADVICE Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 3 3 “For him, he’s also doing very well and benefiting from working every day with a goalkeeper like Petr Cech. He’s learning from him, giving him experience and he’s watching him in games like today.“Leno is a younger goalkeeper and he is coming here with a big future, but now, it’s a very competitive position. Petr Cech is very important for us.”“Petr has big experience and a big quality. He’s started the season very well and we think he’s giving us the performance we want. Today he showed us that he’s very good and continuing to work hard with this spirit every day.” Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? BEST OF impact last_img read more


first_imgCrowning: GraceGLASGOW’S Mary has been crowned the Mary from Dungloe 2013.Grace Sweeney won the coveted title in Dungloe tonight.She is no stranger to Dungloe and the Rosses …..her parents are from Meenacross and MeenaBhaoil. So there are celebrations this evening in Donegal and Glasgow. GLASGOW’S GRACE CROWNED MARY FROM DUNGLOE 2013 was last modified: August 5th, 2013 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:GLASGOW’S GRACE CROWNED MARY FROM DUNGLOE 2013last_img read more