Son’s last shot for military exemption at Asian Games

first_imgLights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew 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 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Peza offers relief to ecozone firms Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal LATEST STORIES South Korea’s Lee Seung-woo, left, celebrates his goal with teammate Son Heung-min after scoring during their men’s semifinal soccer match against Vietnam at the 18th Asian Games in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia, Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)JAKARTA, Indonesia — Tottenham forward Son Heung-min will get one more shot at an exemption from military service after helping South Korea reach the final at the Asian Games.Son took leave from the Premier League to join the South Korea squad in Indonesia in pursuit of an Asian Games title. He figured a short break now could save him two seasons on the sidelines later.ADVERTISEMENT The South Korean government rewards Asian Games gold medals and Olympic medals of any kind with an exemption from the compulsory 21-month national service. Failing that, the 26-year-old Son would have to report for duty within the next couple of years.Lee Seung-woo scored twice and Hwang Ui-jo added to his tournament tally to give defending champion South Korea a 3-0 lead in Wednesday’s semifinals at Pakan Sari Stadium before Tran Minh Vuong pulled one back for Vietnam with a well-taken free kick in the 70th minute.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Son was replaced two minutes later and South Korea hung on for a 3-1 win to advance to Saturday’s final against either Japan or the United Arab Emirates.Vietnam’s run included wins over Bahrain and Syria in the knockout stages and had some South Koreans nervous, particularly with Park Hang-seo — known as the “Korean Hiddink” in charge. Park, who was a member of Guus Hiddink’s coaching staff when South Korea reached the semifinals at the 2002 World Cup, had taken Vietnam to the final of the Asian under-23 championship in January and was acutely aware of the strengths and weaknesses in the South Korean setup.But with the South Koreans relying on their World Cup players, the semifinal as a contest was virtually over inside an hour.Japan and the UAE were playing later Wednesday.In co-host city Palembang, Japanese teenagers Sakura Yosozumi and Kensuke Sasaoke provided a next-generation entree to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with gold medals in skateboarding.The 16-year-old Yosozumi, an X Games medalist, won the women’s park final over Japan teammate Kaya Isa and Zhang Xin of China. Bunga Nyimas, who is 12, placed fourth for Indonesia.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Football player walks off after being ridiculed by own fans Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced MOST READ Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Nyimas upgraded to bronze in the later street final behind Margie Didal of Philippines and Isa.Skateboarding will debut on the sports program at the Olympics in Tokyo, with street and park disciplines on the schedule.Nyimas wasn’t even the youngest competitor in Palembang — 9-year-old teammate Aliqqa Novvery placed sixth in the eight-person field for the street competition.On the men’s side, the 19-year-old Sasaoka held off Indonesian teammates Jason Dennis Lijnzaat and Pevi Permana Putra for gold in the park final and World Cup skateboarding bronze medalist Keyaki Ike won the street final for Japan.There were nine finals in track and field on Wednesday, and China picked up the first two in the walks.Wang Kaihua won the men’s 20-kilometer walk in 1 hour, 22 minutes, 4 seconds. In a tight finish to the women’s 20K race, world champion Yang Jiayu held off 2012 Olympic silver medalist Qieyang Shijie to win in a games record 1:29:15.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

PM on 10-year-old Graham’s Hall student inconclusive

first_imgA post mortem (PM) conducted Monday on the body of a 10-year-old boy who collapsed last Wednesday and died at schoolis inconclusive, according to the medical examiner who conducted the autopsy.Yogindra Persaud, called ‘Buddy’ or ‘Shawn’ collapsed last Wednesday and died while in his classroom at Graham’s Hall Primary School, Cummings Lodge, Georgetown.The boy’s father Rakesh Persaud speaking of the PM to Guyana Times said the doctor did not discover anything significantly wrong to cause the death of the child; however DNA samples were collected for further testing.Dead: Yogindra ‘Buddy’ PersaudThe distraught father said the family was told that they will have to wait at least three months to find out the actual cause of death.The results of the first test is expected within three weeks while the results of a second and final test could take up to three months, the man said he was told by doctors.However, the family was given the clearance to go ahead with the lad’s funeral which is slated for today.The father revealed that on Wednesday, his son had just returned from a morning recess and collapsed shortly after consuming a snack he purchased at the school.The child was picked up by teachers and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital he was pronounced dead on arrival.Residents and teaches described the lad as a loving and polite child.The father pointed out that his only son was not suffering from any serious ailments.last_img read more

Quamie Wants LFA to Host Periodic Regional Training

first_imgDeputy Minister Andy Quamie suggests LFA should organize periodic training for administratorsDeputy Sports Minister Andy Quamie has called on the Liberia Football Association (LFA) to host periodic training ahead of every football season.Quamie, a CAF and FIFA match commissioner and inspector, was speaking in Buchanan during the first phase of two-day regional training from 25-27 January.He lectured on football administration to participants from the sub-associations of Margibi, River Cess and hosts Grand Bassa.Quamie said he was grateful to the executive committee for the training and his preferment as a facilitator in the training.“I am not sure if this is the first [the LFA organized such training], but most of the people who attended are their first time attending administrative courses.“The last time I ever attended an administrative course in Liberia was Futuro II, which was organized by FIFA in 1997/1998 and this is the first Liberian-organized training that I have attended,” he said.Quamie praised the LFA for decentralizing the training and said the periodic course will go a long way in improving football.“Every year we can organize one in Gbarnga, Ganta and other places so that administrators will have the opportunity of knowing their role.“Most of the people, who attended this training didn’t know their roles. We started with the major lesson of a president interfering with the work of coaches. So we explained the functions of a president, secretary-general, coach and team manager.“When everybody knows his/her role, the president will not leave the VIP stands to go to the coach to interfere with his job because when you interfere, how can you say you want to fire him?” Quamie asked.LFA director of referees, Ebenezer Stanley Konah and referee fitness instructor, Jay Exodus Flanjay, who are former FIFA-badged referees, former soccer head coach Kaetu Smith, and medic Boakai Kamara, facilitated the sessions on refereeing, coaching, and sports medicine.The sub-associations of Grand Gedeh, Maryland and hosts River Gee also gathered in Fish Town for similar training.Former LFA referee committee chairman, Mason Chumud Goe and referee fitness instructor, Joseph Momolu Hoff, who are also former FIFA-badged referees; LFA director of women’s football Francis Tamba, who serves as CAF education officer; Emmanuel Bafford and Lydia Grant Boi, served as facilitators.“The participants were enthusiastic. They were hungry for knowledge. I have been conducting training but I have not seen such enthusiasm from the participants,” said Tamba.“They were willing to even sit on blocks or on the bare ground just to obtain knowledge. My only regret is that the leadership of the county wasn’t receptive to us but the training went well in Fish Town,” he added.Each sub-association presented five medics, 10 administrators, 15 referees, and 25 coaches, bringing the participants to 330.The second phase runs run from February 1-3 in Tubmanburg and will include the sub-associations of Gbarpolu, Grand Cape Mount and Bomi counties.Facilitators will include former FIFA-badged referees Alex Nagbo and Sylvester Johnson; coaches Francis Tamba and Lucretius Togba; Dr. Torsu Jallabah and former LFA vice president for administration, Pennoh Bestman.Each sub-association will present five medics, 10 administrators, 15 referees, and 25 coaches, bringing the participants to 165.Sinoe, Grand Kru and Montserrado sub-associations should have been part of the previous training but they will form part of the final training along with Nimba, Lofa and Bong sub-associations.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

NPSS Grizzlies Boys Soccer in Vancouver for Provincials, Girls Volleyball off to Provincials

first_imgIn the first playoff game, the Grizzlies narrowly lost to Rutland 3-1, before beating Argye 2-1 in their final game of the tournament.  Basketball season is in full swing. The senior boys, senior girls and junior boys are in Dawson Creek for the first tournament of the year this week, November 29 and 30. – Advertisement -The senior girls volleyball team is off to Senior AAAA Volleyball Provincials on Wednesday, November 27. Their first game is on Thursday, November 28 at 8:30 a.m. In the third round-robin game, against Pool D winner LA Matheson, the Grizzlies held them to a 0-0 draw. Matheson would go on to win the silver medal, and holding them off the scoresheet was a huge accomplishment for NPSS.  FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The senior boys soccer team had a great showing this past weekend at the AAA Provincial Championships in Vancouver. The boys finished 15th with a record of 1-1-3. While they struggled to start, with round-robin losses to Moscrop (8-0) and Oak Bay (5-1), they rebounded in the second half of the tournament and played much better. last_img read more

Manchester City claim 17th straight win, United 13 points adrift

first_imgCity are 13 points clear of second-placed Manchester United, who lost more ground on the leaders after conceding a last-gasp equaliser in a 2-2 draw at 10-man Leicester City.Harry Kane equalled the record for Premier League goals in a calendar year with a hat-trick in a 3-0 win at Burnley that lifted Tottenham Hotspur to fifth place, while third-place Chelsea drew 0-0 at Everton.Hailing Aguero, Guardiola said: “He is a special player, a legend, and I am so happy when he plays good and he is scoring goals.”Tottenham Hotspur’s striker Harry Kane celebrates after scoring at Turf Moor in Burnley © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYCity are now two wins off the record for consecutive victories in Europe’s top five leagues, which was set by Guardiola’s Bayern Munich in 2013-14.They have already become the first team to score 100 goals in the English top flight in a single year since Liverpool in 1982.City took a 27th-minute lead when Aguero met Fernandinho’s cross with a diving header to bring up a century of goals in front of City’s fans since his 2011 move from Atletico Madrid.The Argentina striker’s dinked pass set up Sterling to smash home City’s second goal — and his 16th of the season — in the 53rd minute before Aguero headed in his second.City substitute Danilo completed the scoring late on, rubber-stamping a victory that sent Bournemouth into the relegation zone.At the King Power Stadium, United’s frustration continued as they suffered another setback after their shock League Cup quarter-final defeat at second-tier Bristol City.Everton’s goalkeeper Jordan Pickford (R) makes save under pressure from Chelsea’s defender Marcos Alonso © AFP / PAUL ELLISJose Mourinho’s side trailed in the 27th minute when Jamie Vardy slotted home for Leicester.Spanish winger Juan Mata equalised with a cool finish in the 40th minute.Mata put United ahead with a superb 60th-minute free-kick before Leicester had Daniel Amartey sent off for a barge on Marcus Rashford that triggered a second booking.But Leicester defender Harry Maguire was left unmarked to snatch a dramatic equaliser four minutes into stoppage-time.– ‘Childish’ United –“We were punished by our mistakes. It was an easy match to win, we did everything to win,” said Mourinho. Newcastle United’s midfielder Christian Atsu (L) shoots past West Ham United’s goalkeeper Adrian (R) to score their third goal © AFP / Ian KINGTON“We missed incredible chances and there was childish loss of possession. Childish in their box and childish in our box.”Tottenham bounced back from their 4-1 loss at City to win at Burnley, who drop one place to seventh.Kane opened the scoring with a seventh-minute penalty at Turf Moor after Kevin Long was adjudged to have fouled Dele Alli and added two clean strikes in the second half.He has now scored 36 league goals in 2017, equalling Alan Shearer’s Premier League-era record, with a home game against Southampton on Tuesday still to come.“I am aware I’ve equalled Alan Shearer’s record,” Kane told BT Sport.Leicester City’s striker Jamie Vardy (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring against Manchester United at King Power Stadium in Leicester © AFP / Roland HARRISON“Just going into this game, I thought I can get a couple and then there’s Southampton to play.”Everton continued their improvement under new manager Sam Allardyce by extending their unbeaten run to six league games with a dogged 0-0 draw at home to champions Chelsea.“I think this result is unfair,” said Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte.“Everton deserve credit, but we deserved to win.”Swansea City remain four points adrift of safety at the foot of the table after drawing 1-1 against Crystal Palace in their first game since the sacking of manager Paul Clement.Palace, now unbeaten in eight league games, took the lead through Luka Milivojevic’s penalty just before the hour.But Swansea, with player-manager Leon Britton in the dug-out, levelled 13 minutes from time when Jordan Ayew drilled home from outside the box.Joe Allen starred as Stoke City registered a timely 3-1 win over second-bottom West Bromwich Albion to ease some of the pressure on manager Mark Hughes.Newcastle United climbed out of the relegation zone after ending a nine-game winless run by edging West Ham United 3-2 in an entertaining encounter at London Stadium.Pascal Gross’s fourth goal of the season earned Brighton and Hove Albion a 1-0 win at home to Watford, while Laurent Depoitre cancelled out Charlie Austin’s opener as Huddersfield Town drew 1-1 at Southampton.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City’s striker Sergio Aguero (R) heads the ball to score their third goal against Bournemouth © AFP / Oli SCARFFLondon, United Kingdom, Dec 23 – Manchester City racked up a 17th consecutive Premier League victory after Sergio Aguero’s 100th and 101st Etihad Stadium goals inspired a 4-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday.Aguero scored twice and set up Raheem Sterling as Pep Guardiola’s side made it 18 wins and one draw in the first half of the season.last_img read more

Proposed L.A. city gang tax premature

first_imgIn the philosophy of the city’s elected officials, there’s never a bad time to come up with a new way to squeeze money out of Angelenos. There are rate hikes and various fee increases to pay for the job of a barely maintained city. And when the city’s leaders are feeling especially confident, there’s the parcel-tax hike. The Los Angeles City Council must be feeling pretty confident at the moment about getting voters’ support, since it so generously and recently agreed to give council members another term of office – though perhaps induced by a little misdirection from the council’s spinmeisters. And that’s not a thing to waste. The collective whim of the voters can change faster than you can say “macaca.” Enter the gang-tax proposal, a $40-a-year (on average) charge on property owners to raise $30 million a year to pay for gang-suppression efforts. If this measure introduced by City Councilwoman Janice Hahn were a surefire solution to the violence and toll illegal gangs have on the city, it would be the bargain of the century. Who wouldn’t pay $40 to wipe the street gangs out of existence and see the young men and women chewed up by gangs go on to fruitful lives and careers? But this isn’t a surefire thing; the council doesn’t even have a plan for the money, just a conviction that they will need it. But, in fact, the city doesn’t even know what gang resources it already has, as the city controller has only just begun an audit of existing gang-prevention programs, as encouraged by the council members themselves. The council’s Rules and Elections Committee last week directed the city attorney to draft the measure, which would appear on the February presidential primary ballot. If approved, the money it generates would go to gang prevention, intervention, job training and after-school programs. The council clearly wants to milk all the voter goodwill it can by passing a tax on the cause of the moment. But it’s way too soon to start raising money the city may not even need. There’s a very good chance that in the millions of dollars the city already spends on gang-prevention programs it doesn’t know it has, that one or two or 30 of them are being wasted. There is no good reason to rush this parcel tax to the ballot other than to satisfy City Hall’s revenue lust to waste on pet projects and aid to political supporters. The City Council ought to put aside this parcel tax until City Controller Laura Chick’s audit of gang-intervention programs is complete and there’s a concrete plan of action for the revenues. It just makes sense to think this one through before calling on voters to open their wallets yet again. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Wenger’s best and worst young signings at Arsenal – Abraham to follow next?

first_img 16 16 16 16 Carlos Vela – Vela was 16 when he arrived at Arsenal in 2005, but after various loans in England and Spain he was eventually sold in 2012, having been unable to break into the first team. He scored 11 goals in 62 games for the club. If he can’t get first team football at Chelsea next season then Tammy Abraham is ready to leave, with Arsenal said to be keen.The 19-year-old has come through the youth team at Stamford Bridge and has top scored for Championship club Bristol City this season with 23 goals. Abraham, who won the FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League twice with Chelsea, is City’s Player and Young Player of the season.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has a history of signing promising young players and while some of those moves do not work out, others have been hugely successful. Here, looks at some of them beginning with the long serving Theo Walcott. Jermaine Pennant – Arsenal paid £2m for Notts County’s talented 15-year-old in 1999 and he was the youngest Arsenal debutant at the age of 16 years and 319 days when he played against Boro later in the year (Fabregas later broke the record). Pennant scored a hat-trick on his full Premier League debut at the age of 20, but played just 26 times before leaving in 2005. He wasted his talent and he played for a whole host of clubs in various leagues in both England, India and Spain. Rio Miyaichi – Arsene Wenger said he was delighted 18-year-old Miyaichi joined the club from Chukyodai Chukyo High School in Japan. “He trialled with us in the summer and has raw ability which has attracted many clubs around the world,” he revealed in 2011 before sending him on loan to Feyenoord to gain experience. He didn’t make any impact at Arsenal and was released in 2015 and now plays at St Pauli. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – Chamberlain was 17 when Arsenal paid Southampton £15m for him in 2011. He is an exciting player to watch and popular with the fans, but the 23-year-old midfielder hasn’t been able to nail down a regular starting place. This has led to talk of a summer move in 2017 with Liverpool said to be frontrunners for his signature. Denilson – Denilson was captain of the Brazil U19s and had played 12 times for Sao Paulo when he joined as an 18-year-old in 2006. Arsenal paid £3.4m and he had a couple of seasons of regular games, including 51 appearances in the 2008/09 season, but was eventually released in 2013 once he lost his first team place. He re-joined Sao Paulo and is now on loan at Cruzeiro from Al-Wahda. 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 Aaron Ramsey – Ramsey was 17 when Wenger plucked him from Cardiff and he has become a key first team player in the years since. Now 26, the midfielder is a full Wales international and also scored the winner in the 2014 FA Cup final, their first major piece of silverware since 2005. Nicklas Bendtner – Bendtner joined the youth ranks at Arsenal in 2004 and he made his debut a year later, but the forward was the source of ridicule from both his own fans and many rivals. He showed a lot of promise early on and spent time on loan at Birmingham, Sunderland and Juventus. He was a free transfer for Wolfsburg in 2014 and now plays for Rosenborg. Gael Clichy – A promising teenager at Caen, Clichy signed for Arsenal at the age of 18 in 2003 and eventually became the club’s first choice left-back once Ashley Cole left. He was the youngest player to win a Premier League winners medal in 2004 and later sealed a £7m move to Man City in 2011. Nicolas Anelka – Arsenal paid PSG £500,000 for 17-year-old striker Anelka in 1997 and his impact was immediate. He won a Premier League and FA Cup double in 1998, scoring in the final, won the PFA Young Player of the Year in 1999 and then sealed a £22.5m move to Real Madrid by the time he was 20. 16 Patrick Vieira – He was unknown when he arrived at the age of 20, but within months everyone knew who the young Frenchman was. He captained the club, won the double twice, the World Cup with France and was soon coveted by the world’s leading clubs. He moved to Juventus for just under £14m in 2005. 16 16 Kolo Toure – Wenger signed 20-year-old Toure from Asec Mimosas in 2002 and had high hopes for his long-term future at Arsenal. He was part of the ‘Invincibles’ in 2004 and won two FA Cups before moving to Man City for £14m in 2009. Have you heard about his incredibly funny Arsenal trial? Listen here. 16 Robin van Persie – Arsenal signed him for £2.75m in 2004 and the striker scored 132 goals in 278 games in his eight years at the club. His incredible left foot made a lot of Gooners happy and when he was fit he was among the best players in the world. In his last season at the club before joining Man United in 2012 he scored 37 goals in all competitions, won the Premier League Golden Boot and was honoured with the PFA and FWA Footballer of the Year awards. Cesc Fabregas – Fabregas is probably the best of Wenger’s young signings, having not taken long to cement his place in the first team following his arrival from Barcelona as a 16-year-old in 2003. He won the FA Cup in 2005 and his class eventually led to him becoming club captain and then a £35m transfer to Barca in 2011 before returning to the Premier League three years later with Chelsea. He has just won his second Premier League title. Abou Diaby – Diaby sealed a move to Arsenal from Auxerre where the Gunners beat Chelsea to the teenage midfielder. However, his time was plagued by injuries and he played 124 times in nine years and joined Marseille in 2015. Matthew Upson – When Upson joined Arsenal at the age of 18 in 1997, the club had Tony Adams, Martin Keown then bought Sol Campbell and Kolo Toure, and so he found it difficult to break into the first team. Wenger said he was impatient to play, but always knew he would have a good career when he left in 2003. “I didn’t stop him because I knew he had qualities to play in the Premier League,” Wenger said about Upson’s decision to leave. Theo Walcott – Tammy Abraham is ready to leave Chelsea if first team football at Stamford Bridge is unlikely and Arsenal are said to be keen. Arsene Wenger has a history of signing promising young players and while some of those moves do not work out, others have been hugely successful. Here, looks at some of them. Walcott was 16 when he arrived from Southampton in 2006 and is Arsenal’s longest serving player. In that time he has become an established England international, hit 100 goals for the club and won two FA Cups, scoring the opening goal in the 2015 edition. last_img read more


first_imgMajella O’Donnell has revealed she is being treated for breast cancer.A statement issued on behalf of the wife of singer Daniel O’Donnell said the couple are “hopeful of a full recovery.”The couple have appealed for privacy at this time. Majella, 52, who is originally from Tipperary, met Daniel at her parent’s bar in Tenerife.The couple began to date and married in a lavish ceremony in Kincasslagh in 2002.Majella, who has two grown-up children from a previous relationship, has spoken open about her ongoing battle with depression.Friends of the star and his wife have rallied around the couple. Daniel, who spends much of his time abroad, was at home recently to help his mother Julia to celebrate her 94th birthday.He is also expected to be around his native Donegal in the coming days to take part in the Mary from Dungloe Festival. MAJELLA O’DONNELL REVEALS SHE IS BEING TREATED FOR BREAST CANCER was last modified: July 26th, 2013 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:breast cancerdaniel o’donnellMajella O’Donnelllast_img read more


first_imgIT might be 270,000 views on YouTube short of Jimmy’s Winning Matches, but we reckon FreeWhiskey’s original song for Donegal GAA footballers 2012 will be closing the gap over the next few days.Thanks to Damien and Christopher Edwards for the recording and Craig Connolly for the superb video.Click to play Advertisement (and if you want to sing along, here’s the lyrics)Many people left the Hills, to work on foreign shores,We long to see their smiling faces coming through the door,But there’s one man who’s not been back in nearly twenty years,When he comes back we’ll have the craic and fill him up with beerChorus:Oh we’ll be comin out of Dublin with the smiles upon our face,Goats Don’t Shave on the radio, we’re headin for God’s place,Singin up through Meath and through Cavan as we pass,Sam is not for Kerry, Pat, you’re talkin through your…It’s rumoured here in Donegal that God lives in the Hills,He’s looking for his sacred cup for Holy wine to fill,Jim McGuinness got the job to seek Him out His need,He’ll carry Sam through Pettigo, as Michael Murphy leadsChorus:Oh we’ll be comin out of Dublin with the smiles upon our face,Goats Don’t Shave on the radio, we’re headin for God’s place,Singin up through Meath and through Cavan as we pass,Sam is not for Kerry, Pat, you’re talking out your… Word will spread to Malin Head, that Jim’s boys shocked them all,So stock the bars, and park the cars, cause Sam’s for DonegalChorus:Oh we’ll be comin out of Dublin with the smiles upon our face,Goats Don’t Shave on the radio, we’re headin for God’s place,Singin up through Meath and through Cavan as we pass,Sam is not for Kerry, Pat, so STICK it up your…COUNTDOWN TO CROKER – VIDEO OF THE DAY (THE NEW SONG FROM FREEWHISKEY!) was last modified: September 6th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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)last_img read more


first_imgWe had a huge number of entries to our free Molly Sweeney tickets competition for An Grianan Theatre in Letterkenny this Thursday and Friday.Alas there could be only two winners.The winners were Catherine Friel (Thursday) and Deirdre O’Donnell from Churchill for Friday night. There are still some tickets available at An Grianan for what promises to be a great show. WINNERS OF FREE TICKETS TO MOLLY SWEENEY ANNOUNCED was last modified: November 21st, 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:An griananfree ticketsMolly Sweeneylast_img read more