By LaoisToday Reporter – 9th June 2020 Moment in Time: Cumann na mBunscol hurling action from 2005 Pinterest Facebook SEE ALSO – See more great photos from our Cumann na mBunscol memories here Twitter WhatsApp The Cumann na mBunscol reports and photos never fail to give a great trip down memory lane.And the 2005 hurling final action is no different.Played, as usual, in its end of May slot, it proved a great day for the boys and girls of Abbeyleix who claimed a Division 1 double, with the boys beating St Paul’s of Portlaoise by 4-6 to 1-2 and the girls getting the better of Cullohill on a 7-2 to 2-0 scoreline. Twitter Previous articleDeaths in Laois – Tuesday, June 9, 2020Next articleOur School Revisited: St Fiacc’s NS in Graiguecullen – big school with huge spirit LaoisToday Reporter Facebook Future Laois hurling captain Paddy Purcell scored 1-2 for Errill in their Division 4 final win over Paddock but Tadhg Dowling was their top scorer with 1-6. On the beaten Paddock team was future Laois senior hurler Ben Conroy, who scored 1-4.Ronan Murray scored a whopping 5-3 fro Rosenallis in their thrilling win over neighbours Derrylamogue in the Division 6 decider while MJ Lalor was in top form for Knock NS, scoring 5-1 in their win over Rushall in the Division 5 final.You can check out Alf Harvey’s selection of images and the full set of results below.Division 1 Hurling – Abbeyleix 4-6 St Paul’s, Portlaoise 1-2Division 1 Camogie – Abbeyleix 7-2 Cullohill 2-0Division 2 Hurling – Mountrath 4-5 Killadooley 2-4Division 2 Camogie – Derrylamogue 5-5 Scoil Mhuire, Portlaoise 2-0Division 3 Hurling – Killanure 4-4 Ballyroan 3-1Division 3 Camogie – Paddock 5-0 Clough 0-3Division 4 Hurling – Errill 4-11 Paddock 5-4Division 4 Camogie – Killadooley 2-0 Ratheniska 0-0Division 5 Hurling – Knock 8-5 Rushall 4-2Division 6 Hurling – Rosenallis 6-4 Derrylamogue 5-5Dillon Creagh, Rosenallis leads this chase for the ball with David Dunphy and Willie Roche, Barnashrone in the Roinn 6 Hurling final.Picture: Alf Harvey.Knock captain Robert Foyle is presented with the Roinn 5 Hurling trophy by Laois ‘keeper Patrick MullaneyJames Deegan strikes for Ballyroan despite the best efforts of Craig Mortimer and Leona Conroy, KillanureCumann na mBunscol chairman Sean Mullaney presents the Roinn 3 camogie trophy to Paddock captain Breda O’RourkeEmma Hogan, Paddock and Edwina Nolan, CloughAdrian Phelan, Killadooley and Martin Carroll, MountrathDavid Moloney lays off this ball for Abbeyleix against St. Paul’sLaois hurling manager Paudie Butler presents the Roinn 1 Camogie trophy to Abbeyleix captain Gillian ReillyKeara Hughes strikes for Abbeyleix against Claire Walsh, Cullohill. Shane Cleere drives home this goal for Errill against Paddock TAGS2005Cumann na mBunscolCumann na mBunscol Memories Home We Are Laois Moment in Time Moment in Time: Cumann na mBunscol hurling action from 2005 We Are LaoisMoment in Time Future Laois hurler Ryan Peacock scored 3-2 for Abbeyleix with David Moloney scored 1-2 while future Laois footballer David Seale was on the Portlaoise team.For the Abbeyleix girls, Ruth Bergin, smashed home four goals for the winners while Gillian Reilly scored two points from midfield.Martin Carroll, Aidan Linehan, Gavin Sydes and Cormac O’Keeffe scored a goal each as Mountrath got the better of Killadooley in the Division 2 boys final.Future Laois camogie player Alison McEvoy got five goals for Derrylamogue in their Division 2 camogie final win Scoil Mhuire of Portlaoise.Other players to catch the eye across a busy day of action was Emma Hogan who got four goals for Paddock in their Division 3 camogie win while future senior championship winner with Camross Michael Phelan impressed for Killanure, scoring 2-2 in their Division 3 win over a Ballyroan side that had future Laois footballer Marty Scully in their midst. WhatsApp Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role Electric Picnic Pinterest News Electric Picnic Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Derrylamogue players Averil Westman and Aileen Hartnett celebrate with their medals.Derrylamogue’s Geraldine Hyland celebrates with Hazel Westman and Emer Farrell
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In Levski they are trying to find new clubs of Franco Mazurek and Nasiru Mohamed, Tema: Sport writes.However, it is unlikely that soon there will be those who would take out enough money to have them in their composition. Levski are preparing for difficult talks with the midfielder and the winger. They have contracts with the club for two more campaigns, but they do not intend to pay their high salaries to Gerena. Source: levski.bgPlayers and their agents have already been informed that their future will not be related to the “blues”. Five leave Levski within daysSee their names
CLEVELAND — Two things happened in the City by the Lake: one, the championship drought continues and; two, the funny memes mocking the Cleveland Cavs and exhorting the Golden State Warriors are mounting.It has been since 1964 since the legendary Jim Brown led the Browns to the city’s last championship. And the city has to wait at least one more year as the LeBron James-led Cavs appear best equipped to at least give the city it’s first title in more than half a century. Take a look at some of the best memes of the NBA champions Golden State Warriors over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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The community garden at St. Anne Catholic school in Blenheim had its student-planted vegetables stolen from the school’s plot last week.Anita O’Brien, a resource teacher at the school, said the garden was fine – and all of the plants were still fully intact – when she checked on the student garden on Friday, June 28. However, when she returned on the holiday Monday, most of the garden’s tomato, pepper and herb plants were gone.St. Anne students have helped plant the school’s community garden every spring for about the past seven years, with some students, parents and staff members returning on a weekly basis to care for the garden throughout the summer months. Parents and staff can also come by at any time to grab whatever vegetables are ready to be picked and eaten. “I’m just hoping whoever took them actually really needed them,” O’Brien said.She said the garden, named after the late Robert McGuigan of McGuigan’s Nursery, started about seven years ago when the Chatham-Kent health unit offered $1,000 grants for schools to plant their own community gardens.The garden is also used for some hands-on learning during units on plant life cycles and soils.This year, the school’s Grade 3 and special education students each planted one of the garden’s two vegetable beds.O’Brien said planting the garden gave the special education students an outlet and something to be responsible for. She said it was good for the students to partake in physical learning that got them moving and helped them learn about where their food comes from.“A lot of the time they’re eager to do hands-on stuff,” she said.After the plants were stolen, O’Brien messaged a co-worker from the school about what happened. The co-worker put a picture of the empty vegetable bed on the school’s Facebook page, which caused a lot of attention online.“There was a really overwhelmingly great response on Facebook from community members,” she said.Late last week, a couple of community members dropped off some new plants for the garden, which O’Brien said she planted and hopes will make it. The St. Anne Catholic school’s student planted community garden had most of its vegetable plants stolen last week. Submitted photo.
By Hub City Times staffMARSHFIELD – Stratford’s Macey Kilty wrestled her way to a silver medal at the U23 Worlds in Budapest, Hungary, Oct. 30-31.Kilty began the World contest, winning all three matches by technical fall, defeating Alexia Rose Sherland, Canada; Alina Rudnytska Levytska, Ukraine; and Yingying Wang, China, 31-0.In finals, Kilty took on Masako Furuichi, Japan, for the gold. There, Kilty fell to Furuichi, 7-2, to finish with the silver medal after Furuicki was able to grab three single-leg takedowns to Kilty’s one.
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Kenyon group putting £300M together to buy Newcastleby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the lovePeter Kenyon’s bid to buy Newcastle United will include a healthy transfer budget.The Sun says the prospectus for potential investors in a £300million deal, sent out in June, gives an “anticipated closing date” of September 27.Sources claim Kenyon and new partners GACP Sports have pulled together a total of about £80m from a number of interested parties — and are looking at raising the rest through bank loans.On the pitch, they say they want to establish the club in the top ten of the Premier League and get back into European competition.The financial projections are based on Newcastle finishing seventh in 2022-23 plus 2023-24 and qualifying for the Europa League.That improvement would be achieved by significant, but not massive, transfer-market spending.For the 2019-20 campaign, Kenyon and Co were pledging £75m for new players, with £35m the following season and £40m for each of the following campaigns.That cash would come from increasing club income by up to £75m over the course of five years — with most of it derived from boosting commercial revenue from the current £22m per year to £61m.The £300m offer comprises £125m to be paid immediately to Toon owner Mike Ashley for his shares in the club. But the £175m owed to him and his companies by Newcastle would be paid off over three years, with interest.
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Real Madrid wing-back Marcelo on beating Galatasaray: It’s about the badgeby Carlos Volcano3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid wing-back Marcelo was pleased with their victory at Champions League opponents Galatasaray.A lone goal by Toni Kroos lifted them off the bottom of Group A. Marcelo said, “We have to give everything in every game to win. Today we had to win, no matter what. It’s been tough. It’s a tough ground and a tough rival. We’ve got the win, which is vital.”We’ve had so many chances, but only scored one. It’s enough for three points, but with a bit of luck we’d have scored two or three.”We always give everything. The commitment is always there, the Real Madrid badge is more important than anything. Every time we play we have to give it our all. Today we gave everything because it was a really tough game. We had to double our work rate and we’ve got the victory.”He added: “We’re please for ourselves, for the fans, for Real Madrid. We need to get better, that’s obvious. Little by little we’re getting into our stride. Today was an important win; we need to carry on like this.”