GAA NOTES: TERMON

first_imgTermon GAA Notes: Week Ending 15/04/12MembershipAnnual Membership is now due for renewal. All players, managers and coaches must have membership to be involved with the club. Adult membership with lotto is €80 for adults and €60 for students. Adult membership on its own is available for €20. Tickets for Donegal games can only be applied for by club members. Anyone wishing to purchase a Club Donegal ticket which permits access to all men’s club games in the county free of charge can do so for €200 including your club membership. Contact Essie McGrenra for more details on 086 154 2045. Minor Board:Underage training continues the Burn Road this Saturday morning at 10.30 for the following age groups. Boys: U6s, U8s and u10s Girls: U6s, U8s, U10s and u12sParents are asked to send outdoor clothing with their child.The minors boys defeated Fanad last Wednesday night at the Burn Road. Ricky Gallagher and Phillip Doherty were best for Termon. Ladies Board:The Junior ladies began their league season on Friday evening with a good win over Cloughanealy. Anne McGlynn and Helen Vickery best for Termon.The senior ladies travel to Donegal Town this Sunday in their second league game at 12 o clock. All support appreciated.Well done to all the Termon players involved with the Donegal U14 and Minor teams who both defeated Armagh in Killeavy last week. Termon also had the unique distinction of supplying the captains to both sides. Lauren McElwaine captaining the U14s and Emer Gallagher captaining the minors. Good luck to both teams this weekend.Senior Men: Our men had a busy weekend beginning with a journey to Burt on Saturday evening. A late goal from Joe English proved the difference between the sides in a low scoring affair. Kevin McElwaine and Shaun McDaid were best for Termon. On Sunday we hosted Downing’s in the quarter final of the Gaeltacht competition. This time it was Pauric Hilferty who scored the all important goal with Termon winning 1-8 to 0-8. Shaun O Donnell and Jamie Gallagher were best for Termon.The reserves suffered an away defeat on Saturday evening to Burt.This weekend both teams host St Nauls on Friday evening followed by an away fixture in Muff this Sunday. All support would be appreciated.Lotto: The Lotto draw took place in place in the Glenveagh Inn on Friday last. The numbers were 4,8,16 and 28. Conor Ferguson matched 3 numbers and won €80. Open draw winners were Hugo McDaid and John Wilhare who both won €10 each. Next week’s draw takes place in Lagoon. Kath McSharry and Joe McDaid are the coordinators. The jackpot is now €2200.Burn Road TimetableAll managers are to take note of the calendar for the use of the Burn Road now in place at the Dressing Rooms. Any additional trainings and games times are to be cleared with Martin Friel. This is to ensure the pitch isn’t double booked in the busy weeks and months ahead.GAA NOTES: TERMON was last modified: April 17th, 2012 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:Termon GAA noteslast_img read more

Blog of the Week is back with a bang and boy hav

first_imgBlog of the Week is back with a bang, and boy, have we got some bang for your buck this week (what do you mean, it’s free?) with the wonderful guide to the great in Britain, I don’t want to go there! ‘Rapidly running out of things to do by late morning, we decided to investigate the car plant’IDWTGT, as we’ll take the liberty of abbreviating it to, is the work of Cathy and Sally, two 50-something friends who met at school. Since 2001 they have been visiting places in the UK that they’ve ‘never been to before, and never wanted to go to, with a view to challenging – or confirming’ – their ‘preconceptions and prejudices’. Their first trip was to Coventry, which set the tone for many more trips to unheralded and downright unglamorous destinations that have slipped under the tourist radar, until now.In the year of the Olympics, of the Jubilee, when we’re all supposed to be taking staycations, IDWTGT is an appropriate celebration of much that is, unintentionally, great in Britain. Although it’s unlikely that VisitBritain will be promoting the likes of Luton, Middlesbrough and Hebden Bridge, Cathy and Sally do a good job for them.‘We imagined that Peacocks and Shoezone would be the highlights of High Street fashion, Greggs the most upmarket food outlet. If there was a park it would be empty. If there was a nightclub it would be scary. Saturday night would be alright for fighting and nothing would be open on a Sunday. Initial impressions seemed to confirm this.’It’s an amusing, entertaining blog. The humour is understated, the tome never nasty. It would be easy to absolutely annihilate Aldershot, for example, but there is affection too. The blog is pretty simple in terms of function and features, but does its job – a platform for the prose, and the design suits it well.So why, if they don’t want to go there, do they go there? “It’s a reasonable question. Most of our friends and family don’t get it at all’ they say, but lovers of the off-beat, the ‘unexpected, the distinctive, the disturbing things about places’ will understand. Travel and tourism is not just about visiting the must-see attractions, lying on a beach or eating in the finest restaurants. And while backpackers, travel bloggers and Lonely Planet have become parodies of themselves, Cathy and Sally channel the spirit of adventure on our very doorsteps. For every Chang Mai, there’s a Crouch End, every Santiago a Solihull. It’s just that you might not want to go there.10ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedFlight Geek of the Week – Ewan GrayIntroducing the flight search geeks that make Skyscanner workLee Abbamonte: record-breaking travellerWe talk travel with Lee Abbamonte, ‘the youngest American to visit every country in the world’.Flight Geek of the Week: Benjamín Pérez UleciaFlight Geek of the Week: Benjamín Pérez Ulecialast_img read more