Credibility another pillar of the Olympic Agenda 2020

first_imgSpeaking at the opening of four day meeting President Bach said that IOC cannot take things for granted anymore following recent events in other sports organisations. “People today demand more transparency and want to see concrete steps and results on how we are living up to our values and our responsibility. We need to demonstrate that we are indeed walking the walk and not just talking the talk. “We know from our own history how long it takes to rebuild credibility and that implementing best practices with regard to good governance and transparency cannot happen overnight.”He said the IOC has already undertaken major efforts 15 years ago to strengthen good governance and transparency. Putting these changes like term limits, age limit and others in place has not been an easy process. “But today we see very clearly just how vital these reforms have been for our organisation. “With Olympic Agenda 2020 we bring the IOC up to even higher standards. Following the advice from independent experts, we introduce a state-of-the-art system of good governance, compliance and transparency, including our strict rules for the candidate city procedures. “In this IOC Session we will publish for the first time an annual report according to the recommendation of Olympic Agenda 2020. With this report everybody interested can see where our revenues are coming from and how we distribute 90 per cent of them for the worldwide development of sport and athletes. “These accounts of global solidarity distribution are audited in application of the benchmark International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) – even if legally we would be compliant when using a much, much lower standard. “We are showing in the same transparent way the indemnity policy for all IOC Members including the President. We will elect here for the first time the members of the Ethics Commission by the IOC Session. We will publish the new IOC Code of Ethics. We have separated the Audit Committee from the Finance Commission. We have appointed a Chief Ethics and Compliance officer. We have a Chief Internal Auditor,” said the IOC President.According to Bach the annual report explains in a very transparent way the governance structure, risk-management, corporate operational excellence program as well as manifold activities to lead the Olympic Movement, to promote Olympism and to strengthen the role of sport in society. “This is what Olympic Agenda 2020 means for all of us.”last_img read more

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Manny Pacquiao offers his prayers to victims of Christchurch mass shooting

first_imgGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Thoughts and prayers for the people of Christchurch, NZ during this awful tragedy.— Manny Pacquiao (@mannypacquiao) March 15, 2019FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs “Thoughts and prayers for the people of Christchurch, NZ during this awful tragedy,” posted Pacquiao, boxing’s only eight-division World champion. PBA: Rain or Shine clinches tie for playoff bonus LATEST STORIES Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award MANILA, Philippines—Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao offered his prayers to not only the victims but also the whole Christchurch community after two mass shootings occurred on the New Zealand city Friday.Pacquiao took to Twitter to express his condolences of the “awful tragedy.”ADVERTISEMENT Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying MOST READ As per reports, 49 people were killed after four individuals opened fire on two mosques.Investigators believe the attack stemmed from anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim ideas.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?last_img read more

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Minister Tweah to Speak at Harvard Ministerial Forum

first_imgMr. Tweah: “FPA’s story is far from the truth.”Harvard Ministerial Leadership Program (HMLP) in the United States has invited Samuel D. Tweah, Fiance and Development Planning Minister, to contribute to a special Harvard Ministerial Round-table on Human Development Policy Innovation in Johannesburg, South Africa.The forum, which will be held from November 25-27, 2018, will convene a select group of about 15 serving finance, economic planning, education, health and youth ministers, together with a similar number of outstanding young African leaders.In a communication to Minister Tweah, HMLP said the aim of the three-day conference is to combine far-thinking political leaders with smart young Africans, leading the way for their generation to develop substantive ideas for innovation in human development policy and fresh approaches to the major challenges impeding prospects for a demographic dividend.“As a distinguished alumnus of the HMLP to contribute to a special Harvard Ministerial Round-table on Human Development Policy Innovation in Johannesburg, South Africa,” the communication said.According to HMLP, they are impressed by Minister Tweah’s fiscal challenge, administrative policies, structural reforms, the way in which he diversifies the economy in strengthening the private sector as the ultimate engine of productivity and job creation less than seven months in his new administration.Tweah is also recognized by the alumnus of HMLP for “his high leadership spirit and ambitions to change the narrative of the Pro-poor agenda for development and prosperity in Liberia, a pace-setter and role-model worthy of emulation to other growing African economies.”The selection clearly justified that Minister Tweah is making “tremendous effort in revamping Liberia’s economy in order to bring it on par with other potential nations through the Pro-poor agenda for development and prosperity.”The aim of Minister Tweah to chair the round-table discussion, according to the communication, is to combine far thinking political leaderships with smart young Africans, leading the way for their generation to develop substantive ideas for innovation in human development policy and fresh approaches to major challenges impeding prospects for demographic dividend.The key objective is to inform and inspire opportunities and implement the scaled-up innovative policy initiatives and investment, to better ensure appropriately educated, healthy and productive young people, advancing economic participation by women as well as developing more effective approaches to job creation and entrepreneurship.At the round-table discussion, Minister Tweah is expected to produce a personal agenda of innovative policy options appropriate to tackling challenges specific to their situation and map how to implement those strategies.At the close of the discussion, participating ministers will produce a set of policy briefs, providing options and recommendations for innovative, inter-sectorial human development policies applicable to different African contexts.Minister Tweah is committed to ensuring that the financial sector of Liberia undergoes consistent reforms, which will help to safeguard the nation’s resources. Moreover, he is also poised to see Liberia become a middle income country.The HMLP is a joint initiative of Harvard T.H Chan school of public Health, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education in collaboration with the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Huskies dou-Bell up on JDA Kings

first_imgThe series began as the home team wished it would, by striking first, as just 4:02 into the first, Connor Tetlock picked off a Huskies breakout pass, leaving him all alone in the slot, where he fired a puck high over the glove of Travis McLean, providing the Kings a quick 1-0 lead.Rather than get discouraged, Fort St. John showed why they too were undefeated in the post season entering the second round, as the visiting team battled back and following a bit of a sloppy first period, scored with just 7.4 seconds left in the first, tying the game at 1-1.The game tying goal came on the power-play for Fort St. John, who worked the cycle well to confuse the Grande Prairie defenders, providing Cayle Bell a bit of time to shoot, scoring low short side on Sky Buller, which was the start of a memorable night for the rookie Bell.- Advertisement -Fort St. John did the majority of their scoring in the second period, and this time it was the Huskies who jumped out to a quick lead, as Daylen Pearson scored from the point just 1:52 in, on a great individual effort to bat the puck out of the air from the point, all the way into the net.However, the back-and-forth theme continued, as Nolan Trudeau, the JDA Kings regular season leading point producer, got his fourth goal of the post season on the power-play with a great individual effort, evening the scoreboard at 2-2.Once again, rather than hang their heads, Fort St. John pushed back and went on to score twice more in the second period. At the 5:30 marker of the second, Cayle Bell notched his second of the game, coming in on a one-on-one, dragging the puck into the slot, and using a JDA King defender as a screen, firing a low shot past Buller, providing the Huskies the 3-2 lead.Advertisement After the hat-trick game, Bell now leads the goal scoring department for the Huskies, with five goals in four playoff games so far.The 1-0 series lead will make its way to Fort St. John this Saturday, March 2, when game two of the best-of-seven series hits the ice of the North Peace Arena. Game two begins at 8 p.m. That lead was doubled at 8:49 of the second, as the line of Captain Shawn Holliday, Jamie Watson and Cody Hildebrand worked the cycle to perfection in the JDA Kings zone, as Hildebrand made a slick pass to Holliday in the slot from behind the goal line, who roofed the puck high-short side, popping the water bottle in the process of scoring the eventual game-winning-goal.With the Huskies leading 4-2 entering the third, it was pure survival mode for Fort St. John, as Grande Prairie brought the pressure. Travis McLean was forced to make numerous saves in the third, luckily for Fort St. John, the athletic goaltender was up to the challenge.Eventually, Grande Prairie was forced to pull Buller for the extra attacker, which paid off, as the JDA Kings squeaked one past McLean with 1:32 left in the game, bringing the score to 4-3 for Fort St. John.With the net still empty, the Huskies weathered the storm, popping two into the empty cage, the first being Cayle Bell’s hat-trick goal, the second off the stick of Robbie Sidhu.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Gor begin continental duty in Equatorial Guinea, AFC in Madagascar

first_img0Shares0000Gor Mahia have been crowned the 2017 KPL champions. Photo /RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 13- Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia begin their CAF Champions League campaign at home to Equatorial Guinea Champions Leones Vegetarianos Fútbol Club after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) released the preliminary round fixtures on Wednesday.GOtv Shield champions AFC Leopards kick off their Confederations Cup campaign away in Madagascar where they have been scheduled to play against FOSA Juniors FC. If they make it to the next round, they will tackle the winner between Mauritian side AS Port Louis and Ngazi Sport from Comoros.If Gor Mahia make it past the preliminary round, they have been scheduled to play the winner between ASAC Concorde of Mauritania and Tunisia’s Esperence, the side they beat in their 1987 Mandela Cup Conquest.A win for K’Ogalo in this second round tie will earn a ticket to the Group Stages.First round opponents Leones Vegetarianos was formed 17 years ago and will be making their maiden appearance in the Champions League having secured their domestic league title at the end of the 2017 season.Their only other major silverware came in 2014 when they won the Equatorial Guinea cup.“The toughest path to the group stages is Esperance. I have been told they are a very strong team with good financial base. But we can’t underestimate our first round opponents. We will give our best in all the matches,” Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr said, reacting to the draw.The first leg ties will be played on the weekend of February 9-11 while the return leg has been scheduled for a week later.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Scotland 1-0 Republic of Ireland: Maloney’s stunner secures dramatic victory

first_img Scotland celebrate Maloney’s winner 1 Shaun Maloney’s stunning strike earned Scotland a battling 1-0 victory against the Republic of Ireland at Celtic Park.In truth, there was more gusto than guile on show throughout a frantic encounter, but Maloney’s decisive finish was enough to secure the Tartan Army’s second win of the campaign.Steven Fletcher and Chris Martin wasted good chances to establish a more commanding lead for the Gordon Strachan’s side while Aiden McGeady posed Ireland’s greatest threat.The visitors nearly snatched a dramatic equaliser deep in stoppage time when Grant Hanley inadvertently deflected Robbie Brady’s free-kick against his own crossbar.However, Scotland held on to a crucial victory in the context of their qualification group to move level on points with Ireland and Germany in Group D.Gordon Strachan’s side could have been reduced to ten men inside the opening 15 minutes after Hanley’s reckless foul on Shane Long.But, with their eleven men intact, Scotland started to dictate possession, with Steven Naismith and Maloney orchestrating play inside the Irish half.The fiery atmosphere from the stands began to transmit onto the pitch with late tackles from McGeady and Jeff Hendrick prompting bookings from the referee.Charlie Mulgrew came close to the opening goal on 33 minutes, although his thumping header flashed wide after Maloney’s searching delivery.If Hanley was lucky to avoid a red card earlier in the match then so too was Long five minutes from half-time, after the striker crudely raked his studs down the calf of the Blackburn defender.Fletcher then wasted a wonderful opportunity to double his international tally for Scotland, but he was unable to connect with another probing cross from the influential Maloney.Ireland made a more composed start after the break and came close when Jonathan Walters headed over the bar from McGeady’s inviting cross.  Pantomime villain McGeady forced a brilliant, one-handed save from David Marshall after the former Celtic winger attempted an audacious volley from just inside the area.Scotland responded down the right, but substitute Martin was unable to direct his glancing header goal-bound after Steven Whittaker’s cross.And Martin then missed a guilt-edged chance, directing Naismith’s low pass wide despite having more than half of the goal at his mercy.The home side were almost in front from an unlikely source when Walters headed against his own crossbar.But Scotland took full advantage of the resulting corner as Maloney produced a sublime finish to cap off a delightful move from the hosts.Ikechi Anya and Maloney combined well from a short corner before Scott Brown’s creative flick was matched by a superb strike from the Wigan forward, who guided the ball past David Forde from 18 yards.Ireland pushed forward in the dying stages of the match and almost escaped with a point when Hanley headed against his own crossbar after Brady’s deep free-kick.Meanwhile, Northern Ireland’s winning start to Group F came to an end after a 2-0 defeat against Romania. Defender Paul Papp proved to be the match-winner with two clinical finishes in the second half.The defeat means Michael O’Neill’s side slip to second in the group but remain five points clear of fourth placed Finland.World Cup champions Germany eased aside minnows Gibraltar with a comfortable 4-0 win. There was a brace for Thomas Muller, one from Mario Gotze and an own goal from Yogan Santos.Poland moved to the top of Group D with an emphatic 4-0 victory away to Georgia, while Hungary recorded a 1-0 win against Finland in Group F.Finally, Greece suffered a humiliating 1-0 defeat against the Faroe Islands in Group F. Greece, the top seeds in the group, sit bottom of the table with just one point from four games.last_img read more

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Arsenal’s ‘silent Stan’ unfazed by unhappy fans

first_img0Shares0000America businessman Stan Kroenke won’t care too much about the strong feelings his buyout of Arsenal has provoked as he has got used to being criticised © AFP / Adrian DENNISLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 8 – American businessman and entrepreneur Stan Kroenke is unlikely to be upset by the outpouring of heated opposition from Arsenal fans following his takeover of historic Premier League club.The hard-nosed multi-billionaire from Columbia, Missouri, who joined the American invasion of English football over a decade ago, has absorbed a steady volume of abuse since he first bought into the club in 2007. The level of opposition rose significantly this week however as the 71-year-old, who collects sports franchises like trophies, bought out the club by purchasing the 30% holding of long-time rival minority shareholder Alisher Usmanov for £550 million ($712 million).Adding to his 67% stake, the gambit took Kroenke well over the 90% mark that triggers a mandatory buyout of the remainder of the shares, shutting out die-hard fans.Usmanov bade farewell to the club with a cryptic message saying Arsenal, without a league title since 2004, “could be the best club in the world,” but presumably not in the hands of the American, who has been the target of his constant sniping.Eleven years earlier, Kroenke’s arrival at the north London club was greeted by a blunter message from then chairman Peter Hill-Wood.“Call me old-fashioned but we don’t need Kroenke’s money and we don’t want his sort,” said the Old Etonian dismissively after the entrepreneur brought 11.24% of the club.“Our objective is to keep Arsenal English, albeit with a lot of foreign players.”– Pots of cash –Hill-Wood predicted at the time that American interest was all about profit and not about football.“We are all being seduced that the Americans will ride into town with pots of cash for new players,” said Hill-Wood, whose father Denis had filled the same role.“It simply isn’t the case. They only see an opportunity to make money. They know absolutely nothing about our football and we don’t want these types involved.”Hill-Wood’s suspicions reflected genuine concern among English football lovers about the bottom-line agenda of big American groups.But the dollars kept pouring in to the Premier League and aside from Arsenal and Manchester United — both listed on the stock exchange — Liverpool and Fulham are also in American hands while at Crystal Palace two Americans owning 36% of the club.Arsenal supporters largely reacted negatively to Stan Kroenke’s buyout of the club having never taken to the American businessman © AFP/File / Ian KingtonHowever, supporters insist that Kroenke, JJ Henry of Liverpool, and Fulham’s Shahid Khan — who has put in a £600 million bid for Wembley Stadium — are not fly-by-night opportunists seeking a quick profit.They join a multi-national roster of entrepreneurs hungry to invest in the world’s highest-profile football league.Premier League owners include Thais — who experienced one of the unlikelier successes in Leicester City winning the 2016 title — Russians, Malaysians, Chinese, the United Arab Emirates and Italians, with just six of the 20 clubs wholly in English hands and Tottenham Hotspur the only one of the big six in that group.The Americans bring to the Premier League a wealth of experience with Kroenke’s Sports and Entertainment group running top basketball, ice hockey, and American football franchises.But Kroenke’s purchase has been roundly condemned by many sports fans and the Arsenal Supporter’s Club (AST) called it “a dreadful day”, with David Kershaw, an independent shareholder, saying the days when fans could hold Kroenke to account had disappeared.“Although only a tiny minority, we played a significant role in trying to ensure the club honoured its values, which they go on about all the time,” he told The Daily Mail.“It felt like the last bastion of transparency. Emotionally, it felt as if we had some control over the old values at Arsenal. And they hated it.”However, not all fans reacted with dismay.“A much-maligned owner, who by choice is silent, buys up the remaining shares of Arsenal,” wrote blogger Peter Wood in the Daily Mail. “The fan frenzy is about feeling, which is fine, but the fear is grounded in what-ifs.”Those what ifs Wood noted, included Kroenke borrowing to buy the shares.“A move that locks fans out of legal discourse and allows the owner to load the club with £600million of debt to pay for the shares -— but that would be the worst-case scenario.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Louis van Gaal: Champions League rat race will ‘go to the end’ after third straight Manchester United defeat

first_imgManchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes the ‘rat race’ for the top four will go right until the end of the season after his side suffered a third straight defeat against West Brom at Old Trafford.The Red Devils’ 1-0 reverse, courtesy of a deflected Jonas Olsson goal and Robin van Persie’s late penalty miss, leaves United four points clear of great rivals Liverpool with three games remaining.United have alarmingly gone three games without scoring and the Reds have closed the gap in their bid for Champions League football, and van Gaal is adamant it could go down to the wire.“We are still four points ahead but I was the only one that said it shall be a rat race to the end and I am always saying that,” said the Dutchman.“We have everything in our own hands.”United were faced with a typically stoic Tony Pulis side as they struggled to break down the resilient Baggies, and van Gaal admitted he couldn’t explain the hosts’ profligacy, who had 26 attempts, but remained full of praise for his opposite number in defeat.He said: “I cannot explain that [the number of attempts]. I can only explain what I have seen – they parked the bus and had a lot of players in front of us. The goalkeeper had a great day so it was difficult.“Every club has the right and obligation to beat your opponent in your way and also the best way, and the best way to do that is how he did it.”last_img read more

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Man accused of sexual assault is acquitted on direction of Judge

first_imgA Judge has ordered a jury to acquit a man accused of the assault and sexual assault of a woman he had been socialising with.The accused man, Samuel James Clarke, appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court where he denied all charges. Mr Clarke, of Magherane, Raphoe claims that he had consensual sex with the woman who is in her 40s.The court heard how Clarke, 53, and another man called to the home of the woman and they all began drinking together.Over the course of a number of hours on May 19th, 2015, the woman admitted that she had more than 20 drinks.However, she claimed he did sexually assault her but denied she ever had sex with Mr Clarke.She told the court “I’ve a dog at the house and I would kiss it first rather than kiss Jim Clarke.“He’s not getting away with this. I know what happened.”The woman said she left her house after Clarke and another man called to her home and went to visit a relative and continued drinking.It was here she claims that Mr Clarke pressed her hands down on a stove and she had to put cold water on her hands as they blistered.During this time in her relative’s home, other witnesses said the woman continually sat on Mr Clarke’s lap which she denied.She then asked Clarke, who denies assault and sexual assault, to drive her to her home to feed her dog and then went to Clarke’s home in Raphoe.It was here where Clarke claimed they had consensual sex.However, the woman claimed he forced himself on her, put his knees on her arms and tried to sexually assault her.In her evidence she said she then “kneed him in the balls” and ran out of her house and back to her relatives home.However, in cross-examination the woman then said she stayed for a drink after the incident before leaving.However, in his statement to Gardai, Clarke said he did have sex with the woman and that it was consensual.He said they had sex and that the woman was not wearing any underwear but that after they had sex, she asked him for a loan of €1,000.He then claimed the woman said she liked to have rough sex and that after they had sex the woman said she said she could cry that he had raped her.Cross-examining the woman, barrister for Mr Clarke, Shane Costelloe, SC, put it to the woman that this was the fourth such claim of sexual assault she had made against different men but she denied this.Garda Brendan McCann said there was no evidence that the woman had made these complaints of other alleged sexual assaults.The court was also shown a letter which the woman had signed saying she wished to withdraw her complaint.The woman said it was her signature and that she did sign it because she was fearful of giving evidence in the case.Clinical nurse specialist Connie McGilloway carried out an examination of the woman at the Sexual Assault Treatment Unit in Letterkenny at 11am on May 20th, 2016.She said the woman was “quite shaken” and was tearful in the unit but did calm down.Following a ‘top to toe’ examination, it showed that the woman had numerous bruising (59 bruises) and abrasions on her body as well as blisters on her hand.Nurse McGilloway said she did not carry out a genital examination as the woman said there had been no penetration.Barrister for Mr Clarke, Shane Costelloe, sought a direction from the court that the case not be allowed to go to the jury.Having studied the application, Judge O’Sulivan granted the direction on both charges.In relation to the first charge of alleged assault, he found that the proof did not reach the required level of intention.On the alleged sexual assault charge, Judge Terence O’Sullivan said the charge was so fraught with difficulties that it would be dangerous for it be allowed to go to the jury.Judge O’Sullivan told the jury of four men and eight women not guilty “on the direction of the judge.”Man accused of sexual assault is acquitted on direction of Judge was last modified: May 4th, 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:assaultdonegalRaphoeSamuel Clarkesexual assaultlast_img read more

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GAA NOTES: URRIS

first_imgGAA Bingo Every Thursday Night At 9pm In St Marys Hall Clonmany Everyone Welcome.Match & Win for 22/09/2011 No jackpot winner last week this weeks will rise to €2,180.00 numbers drawn were 9,14,19,21 the €15 consolation prizes went to Shane Doherty Tiernasligo, Roisen McCrossan Tornabrately, Michelle Hands Letter Urris, John Grant Binion House Clonmany, Kathleen McGonigle Clonmany.Next Club Meeting this week Tuesday 27th September 9pm in Straid all members try to attend. Night at The Races – the club is running this event on Friday 7th October at 9pm in the Rusty Nail horses are €10 each on sale from any club member come along and back a winner and help support our club.Used Clothes Collection in aid of disadvantaged families in Africa & Asia, wanted clean usable clothing, shoes, bedding as in sheets pillow cases blankets (no duvets and pillows) and curtains collection bags are available from all Urris Gaa Committee Members and selected retail outlets in the area T.B.A Filled bags can be dropped off at Straid Club House on Saturday 1st October between 10am and 2pm for further information contact John Friel 0860523550 or David Hession 0860538537.Club Merchandise – the club has a range of merchandise available in all sizes polo shirts hoodies jackets and not forgetting the all important urris hat for the coming winter contact Alan on 0879029672.Results:Commiserations to the Seniors who were beaten by Naomh Naille in the Intermediate Championship Semi Final on Sunday in Convoy, thank you to all the supporters who travelled to cheer the lads on. There are a few league games to play yet so good luck lads. Any items for the notes please send to lckn3@eircom.net or text to Liz O’Neill on 0863858629 before 9pm on Sunday evening.EndsGAA NOTES: URRIS was last modified: September 26th, 2011 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:URRIS GAA CLUB NOTElast_img read more

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