Migrants Crisis : AP HC Says If Court Doesn’t React, It Would Be Failing In Its Role; Issues Slew Of Directions [Read Order]

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first_imgTop StoriesMigrants Crisis : AP HC Says If Court Doesn’t React, It Would Be Failing In Its Role; Issues Slew Of Directions [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK16 May 2020 6:52 AMShare This – x”This Court notices that hundreds of migrant labours with their children and baggage are walking on the National Highways… If at this stage, this Court does not react and pass these orders, this Court would be falling in its role as a protector and alleviator of suffering. Their pain has to be alleviated at this stage.” Taking note of the miserable state of migrant labours in…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login”This Court notices that hundreds of migrant labours with their children and baggage are walking on the National Highways… If at this stage, this Court does not react and pass these orders, this Court would be falling in its role as a protector and alleviator of suffering. Their pain has to be alleviated at this stage.” Taking note of the miserable state of migrant labours in the state who have been forced to undertake kilometers long journey on foot due to the lockdown, the Andhra Pradesh High Court on Friday issued directions to ensure availability of basic amenities to the walking migrants. The court emphasized that if it did not react and pass orders at this stage, it would be falling in its role as a “protector and alleviator of suffering”. Accordingly, a division bench of Justice DVSS Somayajulu and Justice Lalitha Kanneganti ordered the Government to ensure proper availability of food, toilets and medical help etc. for these migrants.The Court observed :”This Court notices that the labour who have left their ancestral homes and villages and moved to the cities for better livelihood to ensure that all of us live in comfort are on the roads today. They represent the people who are working in hundreds of different trades, callings etc., and all of them together ensure that we lead a happy and comfortable life. If at this stage, this Court does not react and pass these orders, this Court would be falling in its role as a protector and alleviator of suffering. Their pain has to be alleviated at this stage. The ever expanding scope of “life” under Article 21 of the Constitution of India will take into account this situation also. They deserve more help particularly when they are trekking back with their heads high instead of living at someone’s mercy”.The bench took note of “disturbing news reports” about the plight of migrants. It referred to a report in “Eenadu” that in a period of 24 hours between 13.05.2020 and 14.05.2020, 1300 people have passed one check post on walk or with cycles. Another 1000 of them have gone in lorries and in other transport vehicles. The Court also referred to reports which indicated that a woman has given birth when she was walking from Nasik to Sathani on the road. Further, this report also indicated that two hours after the delivery, the woman started walking and continued to walk for 150 kms. The National Human Rights Commission has taken note of this. Reports also indicated that ambulances are charging Rs.8,000/- in Mumbai even for moving a small distance.’It’s A Pity To See Migrant Labourers Walking’ : Madras HC Seeks Action Taken Report From Centre & State On Migrants Relief [Read Order] The Court observed that the situation was “alarming” and that “immediate intervention” of the Court was necessary.In this backdrop, the bench observed “The summer heat, particularly in the State of Andhra Pradesh is growing and despite the summer, this Court notices that hundreds of migrant labours with their children and baggage are walking on the National Highways. The State Government has come out with certain measures and as per the reports, at a distance of every 50 kms., a food counters is located to help the moving migrant. Relief centres are also statedly established. But in view of what is stated above, this is of the opinion that following supplemental measures are to be taken on priority and with immediate effect”Particularly, with regard to the walking migrants, the court has directed that: Adequate arrangements for food should be made and the same should be distributed to the migrant labour, who are walking on the National Highway;Outpost centres that have been established by the State should be stocked with good drinking water, oral dehydration salts and glucose packets which should be supplied to the migrant labour, who are walking;Since a large number of women are walking in the heat, temporary toilets in a hygienic condition should be provided, assuring the privacy of the women. Further, Sanitary pad dispensing machines should be organized at every alternate centre, at least;Those who are facing difficulty while walking should be transported in patrol vehicles of NHAI and Police Department, to the nearest shelter. Efforts should also be made to convince the migrant labour to stop walking and to take the transportation being provided by the State Government;All the Police and Revenue authorities should be made aware of all the centres/food counters and they should guide the migrant workers, who are walking, towards the nearest of such centres;Pamphlets should be printed in Hindi and Telugu informing the migrant labour, who are walking on the Highways of the location of these shelters and giving them a list of the phone numbers, which they can contact in case of emergencies. In addition to the above, the court has directed that: Adequate police personnel should be posted at the shelters being maintained for migrants, to ensure that social distancing and discipline is maintained.Trained paramedical volunteers and/or doctors should be posted at every centre, with a dedicated mobile line and an ambulance on standby to attend to any sunstroke victim or for other such medical emergencies. Ambulances on call should be available to assist the migrant workers and to transport them to the nearest hospitals or medical centres for immediate medical assistance, at the cost of the State.The District collector of each District and the Superintendent of Police should appoint a Nodal Officer of a senior rank (Tahsildar/DSP etc.,) from the Revenue Department and the Police Department to look into and supervise each of the shelters etc., and their activities within. One Tahsildar and DSP should be looking into each of the shelters. The services of the District Legal Services Authority may also be taken in case of shortage of staff for rendering any services. Similarly, the services of Para Legal volunteers, NSS, NCC, Bharath Scouts and Guides, Red-cross, Lions Clubs, Rotary Club and such other organisations should also be taken in order to man these shelters and to ensure that food, medical help etc., reach the migrant labour. The Nodal Officers shall have to coordinate all the activities of the shelter. The court further suggested that the State Government must seek help from the voluntary organisations and also from the companies/ firms etc., as part of their CSR activity, to provide food free of cost to these moving migrants. A compliance report of the above directions has to be filed before the court by, with clear details of the shelters and services provided, by May 22, 2020. Before parting, the bench clarified that the issue of quarantine is left at the disposal of the State Government and this Order will not come in the way of the State taking a decision in any individual’s case that he should be quarantined or should be stopped from travelling.On Friday, the Madras HC suo moto sought an action taken report from the State Government and the Centre on the steps taken for the relief of migrants. “It is a pity to see the migrant labourers walking for days together to reach their native places and in the process, some of them had lost their lives due to accidents. The Government authorities of all the States should have extended their human services to those migrant labourers”, observed the HC bench comprising Justices N Kirubakaran and R Hemalatha. Recently, the Karnataka HC had directed the Centre and the State Government to take steps to ensure that no migrant is deprived of an opportunity to travel back to native place on account of incapacity to pay rail fare. The Gujarat HC on Monday had taken suo moto notice of the migrants issue, observing that many are going hungry and are suffering the worst on account of lockdown.On Friday, the Supreme Court had refused to entertain a plea seeking relief for migrants walking on road. “How can we stop them from walking? It is impossible for this Court to monitor who is walking and who is not walking?”, the bench orally observed while dismissing an application seeking urgent directions to all DMs across India to identify walking labourers and to ensure that they reach their native places, free of cost and in a dignified manner. Case Details: Case Title: K. Ramakrishna v. Union of India Case No.: WP PIL No. 101/2020 Quorum: Justice DVSS Somayajulu and Justice Lalitha KannegantiClick here to download orderRead Order Next Storylast_img read more


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first_imgThe 7th Grade Lady Cardinals fell short against Jac-Cen-Del 25-13, 25-11.  Cora Roth served for 3 points, Ashley Hunter and Jaelyn Owens had 2 points each, and Kalli Obermeyer, Rachel Suttmann and Lucy Abplanalp had 1 point each. Sophia Hohenstein passed the ball well to help setup the offense. Cora Roth and Lucy Abplanalp with 2 hits and Ashley Hunter with 1 hit.   The St. Louis 8th Grade Volleyball team worked hard to pull out a win against Jac-Cen-Del in 2 sets 25-17, 25-21. The Cardinals was able to serve strong to stay on top for the whole match. Isabelle Wonnell led the Cardinals with 10 points followed by Catherine Streator 6 points, Kate Weber and Ella Moster 5 points each, Rhea Miller 2 points and Lilly Schebler 1 point. Ingrid Tuveson, Maggie Beiser and Ava Owens moved around the court very well to pass the ball to the setter so the offense could be set up. Kate Weber and Isabelle Wonnell had 2 kills each along with Catherine Streator and Claire Saner was able to put down 1 kill each. Claire Saner was strong at the net on defense with tipping several times to get the easy point.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.last_img read more


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first_imgAs Monmouth inched closer to Syracuse’s early lead, Jim Boeheim played the role of conductor. He tried willing SU’s defense into perfect positions, using his hands to pull, push and swipe on the sideline. But over and over again in the first half, the Hawks pierced SU’s zone through the middle or swept underneath it.When Boeheim tried nudging Taurean Thompson to rotate within the zone, the freshman didn’t notice until it was too late. Monmouth’s Sam Ibiezugbe cut beneath Thompson and the Orange defense to lay in two more of the Hawks’ 18 first-half points in the paint.In a game that was never closer than 10 points after halftime, Syracuse still got a dose of reality.Thompson is one of five players in their first year with SU. Inexperience is bound to rear itself.“It takes time, he’ll be fine,” senior Tyler Roberson said of Thompson’s defense. “It’s nothing I’m worried about. He’s still young. He’ll get it down.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIf nothing else, the Orange can use the early part of its nonconference schedule to work out the kinks. Despite early hiccups on both sides of the ball, No. 18 Syracuse (3-0) ran away from Monmouth (1-2) in a 71-50 win on Friday night in the Carrier Dome. In the eyes of Boeheim, it only took a series of defensive miscues to nullify Thompson’s 12 points in 13 minutes. The 6-foot-10 freshman was solely outdone by Andrew White’s 18 points, all in the first half, but sunk a couple key baseline jumpers when his team was scrapping on offense.With about two minutes remaining, Thompson laid in the last of his five baskets and landed awkwardly on his left foot. He was assisted off the court, only able to put pressure on his right foot. There was no update on him after the game.Tony D. Curtis | Staff PhotographerRegardless of his immediate status, Thompson’s performance was a microcosm of the team: promising, but lacking the necessary cohesion to stack up against the ACC powerhouses looming later in the year.“He was very good on offense, but he gave up about five baskets on the other end,” Boeheim said. “So I guess I’m not encouraged.”“…You can make two jump shots, (but) if you give up 10 points on the other end, that’s not a positive.”As the first half drew on, there was no secret as to where Syracuse was going to feed the ball on offense. White was the magnet. But upon entering the game after about five minutes, Thompson started finding pockets of space.Much like his other teammates, he wasn’t getting underneath the basket. But he found the short corner. He straddled the baseline and stuck with a pass from Tyus Battle, hitting his first shot to give the Orange a 13-11 lead.Not long after, White found an open Thompson after White failed to get through a swarm of Monmouth defenders in the paint. The fifth-year senior dished it off to the freshman, and Thompson made it 17-11.“For him to come in his first, real big-time game and to produce like that,” White said, “that just shows what he’s made out of.”Thompson hit three of his four shots in the second half, highlighted by a nifty and-one basket on a bounce pass from Tyler Lydon. Friday illustrated that Thompson can blend his size and mobility to put up sound shots. That’s not the particular calling card of the Orange’s other big men in Paschal Chukwu and Dajuan Coleman.Therein lies Thompson’s value to this year’s team, even if his defense could be a liability in the first steps of his college career. It’s too early to see how much of a detriment that could be. For now, Thompson is blanketed by one of sports’ most damning concepts: Potential.“I’ve said it to everyone who’s come around here,” White said, “By his junior year, Taurean Thompson’s going to be one of the best big men in the country. You could just see glimpses of it now.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 18, 2016 at 11:45 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossmanlast_img read more


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first_imgAkande arrived the Nigeria U-17s camp with a huge reputation, having scored an impressive 30 goals in 42 games for Chelsea’s youth teams this season while providing 22 assists.‘’Adrian has been called for five England camps and has rejected all of them in hope of playing for Nigeria,’’ Adrian’s agent, Tobi Alabi who used to play for Millwall, told an online publication.Akande has certainly shown signs that he could cut it as a professional footballer as he has drawn comparisons to Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard and Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembélé.‘’He plays like Hazard and Barcelona’s Dembele. He is two-footed, very quick and strong on the ball. He can score the same, with both right foot and left foot and he is a hard worker.‘’He has no weaknesses. I saw a mention that defensively he isn’t strong but he’s not a defender, he’s an attacker so his defensive capabilities aren’t important, of course, he will work hard for his team but he’s not a defender, ‘’ added Alabi.Akande played for the youth team of Crystal Palace before transferring to Chelsea at the age of 12.Akande who flew back to Nigeria on Wednesday night is expected to undergo an MRI test this week.Nigeria Football Federation President, Amaju Pinnick, played a key role in convincing the precocious talent to commit his international future to Nigeria over England after holding talks with the player’s camp.Since assuming office as the President of the NFF, Pinnick had never hidden his intention to woo players with Nigerian background who have featured only in age-group competitions for foreign countries. So far, he has not done badly with his moves.“The initial plan was to take our players in the various clubs, but now, what we are trying to do is what we call VIP scouting – talking to these young players that are playing abroad to play for their fatherland.“I am yet to see a Nigerian that is regretting being a Nigerian. No Nigerian, even if they have four or five passports, they are always excited being Nigerians. I can assure you that we shall get them to play for us at the appropriate time,” Pinnick said.Meanwhile, Bournemouth goalkeeper Joseph Oluwabusola is set to miss out on the Golden Eaglets roster to the upcoming Africa U-17 Cup of Nations which begins in Tanzania on April 14.Although the Golden Eaglets coaches have refused to categorically rule him out from the squad set to be announced in the coming days, his chances are slim because he has not trained with the team since the start of their training camp.Bournemouth had earlier assured the Nigeria Football Federation that Oluwabusola would be permitted to link up with the Nigeria U-17s 14 days before the start of the tournament but this has not happened.He was a member of the Golden Eaglets squad at the 2018 WAFU-UFOA Zone B qualifiers for the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations but did not come off the bench in all their four matches in Niger.Akande, Go Ahead Eagles’ Lateef Omidiji and Barcelona Escola whizkid Kelechukwu Ebenezer Ibe-Torti are among the foreign-based teenagers observed by Garba ahead of their trip to Tanzania for the U-17 AFCON.The five-time world champions will do battle with the hosts, Angola and Uganda in the group stage.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram With the Nigeria Professional Football League not seen as good enough to produce players for the Super Eagles, the football federation largely depends on players of Nigerian descent to star for the senior national team in what the NFF president, Amaju Pinnick described as VIP Scouting. Very soon Nigeria’s U-17 team would be flooded with ‘foreigners’ after the NFF boss convinced Chelsea prodigy Adrian Akande to commit his international future to Nigeria over England and is expected to be named for the upcoming Africa U-17 Cup of Nations in TanzaniaChelsea prodigy Adrian Akande has committed his international future to Nigeria despite being courted by the English Football Association.Golden Eaglets coach, Manu Garba closely monitored the highly-rated winger in Abuja for about one week, with a view to naming him on the roster for the upcoming Africa U-17 Cup of Nations in Tanzania.last_img read more


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first_imgMinister of State Joe McHugh TD said he is shocked and disgusted by the fire at the Orange Hall in Convoy.The Orange Hall in Convoy which was attacked last night.Deputy McHugh has visited the scene of the suspected arson attack – the second in just three weeks following another attack on an Orange Hall in Newtowncunningham.The Minister said he has now contacted Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan, about the matters. “As soon as I was informed of what happened, I came to the site to see firsthand the damage that was done and to meet with community members and those involved with the Hall, to share in their grief and offer my sympathies and support.“I have spoken with the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan and the Taoiseach has been informed of what has happened in Convoy.“I have also met with members of the Presbyterian Church in Convoy and having spoken with members of the Gardai, I understand they are making enquiries into a number of attempted attacks on the Church, which also took place in the early hours of this morning,” he said.Deputy Joe McHughHe described the latest incident as worrying and stressed that such behaviour will not be accepted. “It is very worrying that this has happened so recently to the arson attack on the Orange Hall at Newtowncunningham and I want to make clear that this sort of vicious behaviour is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated. A Gardai investigation has already begun and they will have the full support of the community, the local authority and the Government.“The community here in Convoy have very good relations with their neighbouring communities and we need to ensure that these acts of vandalism carried out by a few does not disrupt or strain the very important relationships which have been built up over many years.” MINISTER IS ‘SHOCKED AND DISGUSTED’ BY ATTACK ON CONVOY ORANGE HALL was last modified: October 3rd, 2014 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:arsonconvoydeputy joe mchughGardaiOrange Halllast_img read more


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first_imgDonegal Sports Star Awards October review: The month of October will live long in the memory of Ballybofey woman Avril McNamee who won gold in the final of the US Handball Open at Fountain Valley, California. McNamee’s international sporting success was one of the highlights of the Donegal Sports Star Awards monthly review after the MacCumhaill’s Club member defeated Julie Jordan from Anchorage, Alaska on a 21-6, 21-4 scoreline for an impressive final victory. In the semi-final she had won against Ellen O’Connor from Leixlip, Co Kildare, on a scoreline of 21-11, 21-12. There was a range of exceptional achievements in October, which one would expect to see featuring in the Donegal Sports Star Awards nominations list, which will be published early in the New Year. Nominations for the 2016 awards close on Friday 25th November. For further details go to donegalsportsstarawards.ie14-year-old Rhys Irwin’s fantastic season continued as he secured the 125cc/300cc Irish Masters Championship at Mondello International Race Circuit with two rounds in hand and a 100 per cent winning record on his little 125cc Aprilia against the more powerful 300cc bikes. Then, at Cadwell Park in the UK, in the final round of the British Superteens Championship the Kilmacrennan lad won the last race by a staggering 20-second margin. But he just missed out on the championship title by a single point having had mechanical problems in earlier races over the weekend. Still the runner-up place was a remarkable achievement for Irwin who was three years younger than the new champion. It was a truly memorable month for Rhys who was the only Irish rider from the 2016 season to be selected to travel to Spain for the Red Bull Rookies Moto GP trials. He was one of 100 of the World’s best teen motorcycle riders picked from a World-wide selection of 5,500 applicants. And immediately after that terrific experience Rhys and his older brother Caolán landed back in Ireland just in time to be on track at the prestigious Sunflower Trophy races at Bishopscourt Race. He took part in the 125 cc Young Guns Championship adding two more wins to his list of accolades and lifted the impressive Hillsborough Club Perpetual Trophy. Rhys was also invited to the final of the Irish Masters Young Rider of the Year competition at Mondello Park. He was one of ix of Irelands top young riders of 2016 selected to compete for this prestigious prize which will be presented to the winner at an awards function before the end of the year.Also on the same weekend at Mondello Park his older brother Caolán on a 550cc Aprilia was down on power to the more powerful 650 cc Supertwins but still put on a great show taking the Holeshot in Race 1 to finish in a highly creditable eighth position overall against a grid of 45 bikes. Earlier in October at Caldwell Park the 18-year-old had taken his second British win of the season and also had a second place finish at the famous UK motorcycling venue.  Another Kilmacrennan motorcyclist Richard Kerr won both Moto 3 races at the prestigious Sunflower Trophy at Bishopscourt in Co Down. Kerr led in both races from start to finish and broke the lap record on his way to victory in race two.On the international soccer front it was another good month for Seamus Coleman who was given the captain’s armband again by manager Martin O’Neill for the World Cup qualifier against Georgia at the Aviva Stadium. The Everton player was named ‘Man of the Match’ as he scored his first ever goal in the vital 1-0 victory. At the third attempt Finn Harps secured a victory and a first goal against Bohemians in their final game of the 2016 League of Premier Division season in Ballybofey.Sean Houston was honoured twice after the game picking up both the Harps 54 Crew and Dublin Supporters ‘Player of the Year’ awards. Ethan Boyle was named ‘Young Player of the Year’ and it was also the night that the club and fans bade farewell to Kevin McHugh who retired from senior soccer after an outstanding career. The Killea man who made his debut for Harps in August 1998 and went on to score 186 goals in 438 times for Donegal’s only senior club. Earlier that week Ollie Horgan’s side had secured their Premier Division status without kicking a ball after Wexford Youths failed to secure the necessary three points against Cork City. A victory for Shane Keegan’s side at Turners Cross would have meant Harps needing a draw in that final game against Bohemians to be sure of top-flight football in 2017. After a dismal run of ten games without a win October was good for Harps with a scoreless draw against Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds; a 2-1 home win over Bray Wanderers and a 92nd minute Houston goal earned the hosts a precious point in a 1-1 draw with St. Patrick’s Athletic in Ballybofey. Those results had put Horgan’s outfit nine points ahead of Wexford Youths with three league fixtures remaining. Harps did lose 2-0 to Cork City but then secured a priceless 0-0 draw against Wexford at Ferrycarrig Park.Meanwhile, there was heartbreak for the Finn Harps U19s who missed out on a place in the FAI National League Final after a 2-1 extra-time defeat at the hands of UCD in Ballybofey. And it was a similar story for the U17s who lost 2-1 to UCD at Belfield in an FAI National League quarter-final. Staying with soccer St. Johnston’s Tyler Toland was a member of the Republic of Ireland U17 side that clinched qualification for the European Championships with a 2-0 win over Belarus in Cork.On the last Sunday in October in the National Section of the Dublin City Marathon Letterkenny AC’s Catriona Jennings finished second in a time of 2.44.59 while Inishowen A.C’s Pauric McKinney won the Male O-50 category clocking 2.35.03 for the 26-miles. There was a first for the Milford Athletic Club when their Novice team finished third at the Donegal Cross-Country Championships in Fanad.Far from home Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon club member and two-time Donegal Sports Star Awards winner Aidan Callaghan finished 383rd out of 2,000 competitors at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.  Donegal finished runners-up at the 40th Inter-counties Surfing Championships behind Sligo at Tullan Strand in Bundoran and Creevy National School Ballyshannon Junior Boys Relay team of James Monaghan, Caolan McCauley, Darragh Summerville and Alan Vaughan won gold at the Ulster Schools Swim Championships in BangorGlenswilly were crowned Donegal Senior Football champions for the third time in six years after executing a near perfect game plan to defeat Kilcar by a point (1-10 to 0-12) at McCumhaill. On a miserable wet afternoon Michael Murphy’s ninth minute goal was the decisive score of the decider. But the Glen men’s interest in the Ulster Senior Club Football Championship ended disappointingly in Newry after being well placed at a stage to bid for a semi-final spot early in the second half against Down’s Kilcoo. The turning point came ten minutes into the second half when Michael Canning’s side was leading 1-6 to 0-7. Cathal Gallagher was unable to convert a decent goal scoring opportunity chance and disaster then struck when he was sent off after giving away a penalty at the other end, which Kilcoo converted. The Glen men failed to score again in the quarter-final as their opponents tagged on 1-5 to reach the last four of the provincial competition. Still October was a good month for the Foxhall Club as their third string squad won the Donegal Senior C Championship title. The Manus Kelly managed side defeated Naomh Conaill 1-5 to 0-6 in the final at the O’Donnell Park.Early in the month at the O’Donnell Park the Downings had arguably the biggest success in the club’s history as their two teams took county titles at the O’Donnell Park. Few clubs can boast winning two Donegal Football Championship titles on the one day.For that to happen the reserve team had to complete the first part of the double act and the side jointly managed by Francie McHugh and John Byrne did exactly that with an excellent 2-8 to 0-9 win over Letterkenny Gaels.The second leg of the double bid proved a bit more challenging for the Connor brothers Andy and Seimi as their opponents Naomh Padraig from Muff put it up to them for long periods of the decider in Letterkenny. However, Na Dunaibh came good when it mattered most with late points from Lorcan Connor and sub Gary ‘Ban’ McClafferty finally killing off a very determined effort from the Inishowen outfit. The Downings first string carried that good form into Ulster as County U21 player Lorcan Connor played a huge role as his club Downings advanced to the semi-finals of the Ulster Junior Football Championships for the first time ever thanks to a two-point win over Derry side Magilligan (1-9 to 0-10) at Celtic Park. In the middle of October there was an historic success for Burt who upset the odds to defeat Milford and take the Donegal Intermediate Football Championship title for the first time 2-11 to 1-12 after a relay at the O’Donnell Park. Naomh Conaill won the Donegal Minor Football Championship for the ninth time with a 1-11 to 0-11 victory over St. Eunan’s in Convoy and on the last Saturday of October an early Conor Boyle goal paved the way for Gweedore to take the County U21A Championship title with a 1-10 to 0-8 win over St. Eunan’s in Glenties. McCumhhaills hopes of an Ulster Junior Hurling Championship title were dashed as Antrim’s Lamh Dhearg won the provincial final by 0-16 to 0-13. Setanta’s Danny Cullen played his part but couldn’t help Ireland to victory over Scotland in the annual shinty-hurling international.On the first Sunday of the month Letterkenny crew Brian Brogan and Damien Mc Gettigan claimed their second National victory of the year in the Cork 20 Rally . Having already clinched the West Cork Rally back in March the pair secued victory by over one minute from Tommy Doyle and Liam Moynihan in their Renault Clio. The following weekend the 2014 Donegal Sports Star ‘Motorsport’ Award winners Declan and Brian Boyle in their Ford Fiesta WRC won the Martin Howley Memorial Donegal Harvest Rally for the third successive year in KillybegsRaphoe’s Peter O’Donnell was inducted into the Donegal Boxing Hall of Fame at the organisations’ annual awards in the Central Hotel, Donegal TownIn Martial Arts where was success for the Three Rivers Shotokan Karate Club at the Champions International Karate Association (CIKA) European Open with gold for the Crawford brothers Ciaran and Eoin Crawford in the Kumite section. Ciaran also won silver in the Kata category. It was bronze for Megan Gallagher and Ace Rodriguez in the Kata. In the Kunite there was silver for Emma Dolan with a bronze going to Brodie Hannigan. There was gold for the team of Emma Dolan, Jamie-Lee Simpson and Natasha Doherty in the U14 category. Three-Rivers finished sixth out of the 45 clubs that took part in the competition. The youngsters from Three Rivers also did very well at the ONAKAI Junior Kunite Championships in Dublin with golds for Natasha Doherty  (10-11 years), Emma Dolan (12-13 years) and Ciaran Crawford (10-11 years). There was also silver for Jamie-Lee Simpson (12-13 years) and six-year-old Eoin Crawford took bronze (6-7 years).In soccer an Ulster side backboned by Donegal boys was crowned FAI U18 Schools Inter-provincial champions on Sunday thanks to a 3-2 victory over Connacht in Dublin. The goals were scored by Coaliste Ailigh’s Jeaic McKelvey, Sean McBride and Corrie-Lee Bogan. Ulster ended up with two wins and a draw over the weekend. In the middle of October the Ulster Senior League just missed out on glory at the FAI Intermediate Inter-provincial Tournament in Cork. After a 3-1 win over Leinster on the Friday night with Mark Moran, Paul McVeigh and Ryan Varma scoring. The USL team managed by Bonagee United’s Peter Moran defeated Connacht 2-0 on the Saturday thanks to a brace from Walsh. However, the holders and hosts, Munster, defeated the the USL 2-0 on Sunday to keep the silverware.For further information on the Donegal Sports Star Awards go to donegalsportsstarawards.ie or visit us on Facebook at Donegalsport Star-awards.Harps stay up and Glenswilly win Donegal SFC – October Sports star awards review: was last modified: November 7th, 2016 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)last_img read more


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first_imgThe axe officially fell on Tuesday — Salmon ports from Eureka to Gold Beach will remain off limits for recreational salmon fishing this year. Because of the historically low numbers of adult Klamath River fall Chinook, a lingering effect of five years of drought water mismanagement and poor ocean conditions, the PFMC reaffirmed their decision to officially close recreational salmon fishing within the California and Oregon KMZ areas.Fisheries to our south, which have far less impact on the …last_img


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first_imgAfter losing four straight games, can the injury-plagued Warriors (12-7) overcome Damian Lillard and the Portland Trailblazers (12-6)?When/Where: Oracle Arena, 7:30 p.m. (NBCSBA)Projected Blazers starters: Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Al-Farouq Aminu, Jake Layman, Jusuf NurkicHow the Blazers are doing: After finishing third in the Western Conference last season, Portland looks poised for another top-5 finish this year. Through 18 games, the Blazers boast wins over the Clippers, …last_img


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first_imgAJ Stubbs scored a team high 18 points, 12 of which came in the second half, and the McKinleyville Panthers outlasted the Hoopa Warriors 80-72 to win its first-round Logger Classic game, Thursday night at Jay Willard Gymnasium.With Thursday’s win the Panthers (4-3) advance to the semifinal round of the Logger Classic where they will face Dougherty Valley (5-1) today at 8:30 p.m.“I thought we matched their intensity tonight, which is something I didn’t think we did as good a job of the first …last_img


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first_imgLOS ANGELES–The San Francisco Giants have long believed that Steven Duggar is their center fielder of the future.He’s now their right fielder of the present.One day after the Giants acquired outfielder Kevin Pillar from the Toronto Blue Jays, Duggar will make his first major league appearance in right field as San Francisco will start Pillar in center.“I’m accepting to all of it,” Duggar said. “I’m excited for the opportunity and I think if a ball drops out there, it was meant to be a hit.” …last_img


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