Sumner Newscow weekly poll: The Republican Convention contested question

first_imgIf the Republicans have a contested National Convention what do you think should happen? Give the nomination to Trump because he still has the most delegates. Give the nomination to Cruz because he has the momentum. Start over and pick a new nominee like Paul Ryan. Call Hillary and tell her the election is hers. View Results  Loading …Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

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State conventions for Democrats, Republicans in the age of COVID

first_imgDES MOINES — Delegates to this weekend’s state conventions for Iowa’s two major political parties participated remotely, rather than in person.Iowa Republican Party delegates are casting paper ballots by mail to conduct party business. The Iowa Democratic Party used online voting and paper ballots and announced its final slate of national convention delegates Saturday.Iowa Democratic Party chairman Mark Smith said having hundreds gather in person for a state convention just wasn’t feasible in a pandemic.“Most people expect the Iowa Democratic Party to follow best practices and that’s what we’ve attempted to do all the way through this process,” Smith said during an interview with Radio Iowa. “I’m very pleased with the amount of participation. We had quorums in all 99 counties.”State conventions serve as the kick-off for the General Election campaign, giving activists a chance to hear directly from their party’s candidates and officeholders. Governor Kim Reynolds recorded a video message for her fellow Republicans.“We have reasons to be optimistic about our chances, but there’s too much at stake to take anything for granted,” she said. “This election will be one of the closest in our nation’s history.”Iowa GOP chairman Jeff Kaufmann’s recorded message challenged Republicans to do more than just vote for U.S. Senator Joni Ernst in November.“I’m just going to be real straightforward: get out a check book, get on the streets and door knock,” Kaufmann said. “…If you really believe that GOP leadership is important…it’s got to be more than just saying: ‘I love Joni.’”The Des Moines Register “Iowa Poll” released this evening shows Democratic challenger Theresa Greenfield leading Ernst by three points, 46 to 43 percent. Greenfield’s campaign called that a good sign of momentum after her June 2nd primary win. The Iowa Democratic Party’s chairman indicated fundraising for the party is going well, too.“I have to tell you as I’ve been calling all across our state there is a fair amount of enthusiasm among the Democrats,” Smith said, “and we are fired up to turn this state blue come November.”Iowa Democrats are still developing their 2020 party platform through the online participation of delegates. The Republican Party of Iowa will report the results of its balloting and its national convention delegate slate in late June.last_img read more

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Panthers lacking consistency in losing streak

first_imgPittsburgh running back Isaac Bennett (34) catches a pass in front of Virginia linebacker Daquan Romero (13) during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014. Virginia won the game 24-19. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) – Chad Voytik made several big plays, but Virginia just made more.The junior quarterback threw for two touchdowns, hit Tyler Boyd for 34 yards on a third-and-10 and hit Isaac Bennett for 17 yards on a third-and-10, but he said it was the plays Pittsburgh didn’t make in between that were to blame for their third consecutive loss, 24-19 to Virginia on Saturday night.“It all comes down to executing, whether it’s momentum or big plays. That’s key in football,” said Voytik, who finished 16 for 30 for 195 yards despite being sacked four times and pressured all night.“I think that’s what’s been evident. We are rolling, making big plays, that’s when things are happening. It’s just a domino effect. We just need to connect all the different phases on the field,” he said.Voytik wasn’t without mistakes of his own. He threw an interception that Max Valles returned 35 yards for a touchdown in Virginia’s 21-point second quarter, and missed several open receivers.The Panthers (3-3, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) don’t have long to fix things. They return to Virginia Thursday to play Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium in another Coastal Division battle.“Everybody loses something. We’ve lost three straight,” linebacker Todd Thomas said. “We can’t take it back, so we just have to pick our heads up and get ready for Virginia Tech. We just have to work.”Getting their defense back to the way it started the season would help.Kevin Parks ran for a career-high 169 yards and a long touchdown for the Cavaliers (4-2, 2-0), who piled up 225 rushing yard against a team that arrived at Scott Stadium allowing just 107 per game.The Cavaliers built a 24-3 lead by halftime, then held on. Virginia also limited James Conner, who arrived third in the country with an average of 158 yards per game and second with nine touchdowns, to 83 yards on 21 carries. Twice they stuffed him on runs inside the 4 yard-line.The Panthers got a long punt return from Tyler Boyd and a touchdown pass from Voytik to J.P. Holtz with 1:27 remaining to get within 24-19, but Voytik’s 2-point conversion pass attempt was batted down.Virginia seemed well on its way to a big victory until its momentum evaporated in the third quarter.They took the kickoff, were forced to punt and it was blocked by Dontez Ford, and the Panthers took possession at Virginia’s 31. Five plays later, Voytik hit Manasseh Garner for 17 yards and the touchdown.Virginia drove to midfield on the ensuing possession, but when Matt Johns rolled right and tried an off-balance throw downfield to Taquan Mizzell, Pat Amara intercepted and Pitt took over at its 33.The Panthers drove to a first-and-goal at the Cavaliers 4, but Virginia’s defense stiffened with the aid of a false start penalty, and Chris Blewitt’s 24-yard field goal pulled Pittsburgh to within 24-13.The stand seemed to be the wake-up call the Cavaliers’ defense needed.The false start penalty was one of four against the Panthers in the game.Virginia had seemingly broken the game open with 21 points in a span of 8:11 in the second quarter.Parks followed Johns’ 19-yard completion to Miles Gooch with a 48-yard run off the left side for a touchdown. It was Parks’ longest run of the year and put him on his way to 115 yards by halftime.After the Panthers’ fourth punt of the half, Virginia drove 78 yards in nine plays. The drive was highlighted by a lateral that Johns threw to Gooch, a former quarterback, and Gooch’s 28-yard pass to Zach Swanson that moved the ball to the Pitt 4. Johns’ swing pass for 3 yards to Khalek Shepherd three plays later pushed the lead to 17-3, and Virginia’s pressure on Voytik helped it grow again a minute later.Pressured, Voytik threw for Conner, but Max Valles stepped in front of the pass for the interception and ran 35 yards untouched to the end zone. It was the Cavaliers’ 19th takeaway of the season, and the ensuing extra point gave them 72 points off those plays; Last year, they scored 13 off 21 takeaways.—Follow Hank on twitter at: http://twitter.com/hankkurzjrlast_img read more

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Mystery unraveled: Sanjay Bangar reveals selection criteria behind the No.4 spot

first_imgAdvertisement yzveNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6oosmWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E1krfug( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) q29lWould you ever consider trying this?😱54Can your students do this? 🌚8tcpfeRoller skating! Powered by Firework After his stint as the batting coach for the Team India came to an end, Sanjay Bangar talked about the selection criteria that the management had set in place for choosing the candidate for the No.4 spot. Advertisement After being replaced by Vikram Rathour, the former Kings XI Punjab coach mentioned that he won’t be pursuing any role anytime soon.Advertisement “I have been traveling for five years, I don’t think I may take up roles outside India immediately,”After giving a chance to several players for the No.4 spot, KL Rahul won the spot in time for the World Cup. Bangar elucidated how the management shortlisted the candidates. He said:Advertisement “The entire team management and selectors were part of the decision making for the No. 4 spot. The choice relied upon current form, fitness criteria, whether he was a left-hander, whether he could bowl, etc.,” Bangar revealed his disappointed upon the announcement and claimed that he moved on from it and expressed his gratitude for the opportunity he received. He said:“Being disappointed is a natural feeling, which lasted for just a few days. But I thank the BCCI and all the coaches, Duncan (Fletcher), Anil (Kumble) and Ravi (Shastri), for giving me an opportunity to serve Indian cricket for five years,”Read Also:Pakistani minister accuses India after top Lanka players opt out from Pakistan tourRavi Shastri finally opens up on Rohit Sharma-Virat Kohli rift Advertisementlast_img read more

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Big setback for Man United

first_imgMANCHESTER, England (AP):Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal cast doubt on his team’s chances of qualifying for next season’s Champions League after a 2-1 loss at relegation-threatened Sunderland in the Premier League, placing the Dutchman under fresh scrutiny yesterday.The latest embarrassing loss for United this season was sealed by a late own goal by David de Gea in the 82nd minute, with a goal-line clearance from Anthony Martial cannoning off the back of the goalkeeper and into the net.Martial had equalised for United in the 39th minute after recently signed Wahbi Khazri put Sunderland ahead in the third minute.The loss left United six points behind fourth-place Manchester City, having played one more game.great chanceWith the top four in action against each other today – leaders Leicester are at Arsenal, and Manchester City host Tottenham – United wasted a great chance to close the gap on the Champions League places.”It will be very difficult now,” van Gaal said about United finishing in the top four. “It’s too much at this time. I think after this match, winning the Europa League is the best route.”Chelsea have endured an even more miserable season, but the ailing champions did manage to produce their most emphatic win of the campaign yesterday by routing Newcastle 5-1 to climb to 12th place. Manager Guus Hiddink remains unbeaten since replacing fired JosÈ Mourinho in December, but Chelsea are 14 points from fourth place.Diego Costa, wearing a mask after breaking his nose, took just five minutes to put Chelsea in front, and Pedro Rodriguez intercepted sloppy Newcastle, passing to score in the 9th minute.Willian completed a counterattack after being set up by Costa in the 17th, Pedro netted again in the 59th and Bertrand Traore became the first player from Burkina Faso to score in the Premier League in the 83rd.relegation zoneMeanwhile, Norwich threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at home to West Ham and stay in the relegation zone, now only a point above Sunderland. Swansea lost 1-0 at home to Southampton and are only three points above the bottom three in 16th place.Stoke beat Bournemouth 3-1 and Watford won 2-1 at Crystal Palace, for whom Emmanuel Adebayor scored his first Premier League goal since October 2014. Troy Deeney scored both of Watford’s goals.West Bromwich produced a steely defensive display to beat Everton 1-0 away, courtesy of a goal by Salomon Rondon.last_img read more

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Prove your capacity – Govt tells GTT

first_img…if Digicel’s Suriname bypass link be discontinuedGovernment has asked the telephone giant GTT to prove it has the capacity to meet the needs of most Guyanese, should there be a discontinuance of the Digicel link to Suriname.GTT recently complained that this bypass was “illegal”, and called on thePublic Telecommunications Minister Cathy HughesGovernment to immediately launch an independent audit into this trans-border link, although same has been active for more than five years.Public Telecommunications Minister Cathy Hughes on Sunday explained that the matter has been engaging Government’s attention. She said the Telecommunications Ministry has been in active discussion with both service provides on the matter of the unlicensed transmission of voice and data traffic by Digicel, grounded in GTT’s claims to exclusivity over all international transmissions. Hughes said her intention is to arrive at a resolution that would be in the best interest of the people of Guyana.However, she said Government’s approach to the matter should not be misconstrued to mean that is condones acts of illegality. “This has proven to be a complex matter, exacerbated by demands of the market for adequate voice and data services. Among the issues to be considered are whether GTT has sufficient data capacity to meet the needs of the market, and the degree of congestion of its network. GTT has been invited to submit relevant information and data to clearly demonstrate that (it has) the network capacity to ensure that the people for Guyana will not be adversely affected by discontinuance of the Digicel link to Suriname,” she explained in her statement.The Minister emphasised: “This does not mean that the Government is in any way eager to condone this activity, but  in this age of such high dependence on telecommunications and the Internet for the conduct of business, learning and many activities of life, we must be satisfied that  there is adequate communications available for the people.”Hughes said that while the Government is committed to ensuring that applicable license terms and conditions are honoured, it must similarly ensure that relevant obligations in the licences that provide for adequate service are met, and also that the needs of the people are met.  “The Ministry is keenly aware that increased investment and greater network capacity (are) needed to meet the demands of consumers,” she stated.According to Hughes, the Ministry believes that a fully liberalised and competitive sector would prevent the resurgence of claims such as those made by GTT.However, Digicel in a statement on Sunday said that it notes GTT’s most recent statements to the press in which allegations were made in relation to the conduct of “illegal” activities by Digicel.Digicel said that it considers these statements to be yet another irresponsible attempt by GTT to deflect from the material issues that have now been brought to bear upon the company by the onset of liberalisation in Guyana.“Digicel wishes to state that any question of the illegality of any conduct on the part of Digicel and as to the services that Digicel can properly provide to the public can only be determined upon the judicial construction of the respective licences of both Digicel and GTT and upon consideration of all the relevant facts. At present there are matters before the court in which the court is called upon to make determinations in relation to the same issues.One such matter is the Constitutional Motion filed by Digicel against GTT in which Digicel challenges the fundamental legality of GTT’s authorisations to operate in Guyana and the extent to which these run counter to the tenets of the Constitution of the Republic of Guyana. It is Digicel’s view that it is only when the court has ruled on these fundamental legal principles can any determination be made in relation to legality.GTT said on Saturday that the Digicel bypass is causing significant harm to Guyana, financially.“With liberalisation on the horizon, the practice of equity and transparent conduct of all players is of paramount importance. It is essential that both the public and our leaders have the complete details about Digicel’s bypass operations, and that they understand the full consequences of the company’s actions, which are illegal and in direct violation of their licence,” GTT said in a release to the media.GTT is also calling for Digicel Guyana to release documentation to show where it has made tax payments on the revenue generated by the ‘illegal’ bypass operations. This, it stated, will determine whether or not the company has failed to pay some US$30 million to the Guyana Treasury for the past five years.Apart from the loss of taxes, valuable spectrum is being used by Digicel Guyana, GTT contends. “We all have a right to know whether this spectrum has in fact been stolen by Digicel,” the release stated.Only last Tuesday, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) held a hearing to determine whether GTT’s promotions are anti-competitive, as claimed by Digicel Guyana. As a result of that hearing, it has since been determined that an assessment of the services will be conducted. This is according to Chairman of the PUC, Justice Prem Persaud. The promotion in question is the “GET MORE PAY LESS” promotion.last_img read more

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Northern Lights College announces new president

first_imgChar of the Board of Governors Karen Simpson says the board voted unanimously to appoint Dr. Kulmatycki after receiving endorsement by the search committee.“Following extensive meetings with the search committee, senior executive, and faculty, it was clear that Bryn had the depth of character and leadership vision that will be an excellent fit for Northern Lights College,” Simpson writes. “I have no doubt that he will be an outstanding president for this college because of his track record as an experienced and effective administrator with a history of bringing innovation to education.”Dr. Kulmatycki is currently the Vice President of Academics at the College of New Caledonia (CNC) in Prince George.- Advertisement -Prior to his role at CNC, he served as a President, Vice-Chancellor and CEO at the Newman Theological College in Edmonton, as well as a Regional Superintendent of Schools and CEO both in Grande Prairie and Whitecourt.“I am truly excited to return to the north and be a part of the excitement and energy that is happening in northeastern British Columbia,” writes Dr. Kulmatycki. “Northern Lights College is the north’s premier training facility and the opportunity to lead this organization into the next phase of northern British Columbia’s strong economic outlook is one to which I look forward.”Dr. Kulmatycki holds a doctorate in Educational Research and Leadership, and Bachelors of Education from the University of Calgary as well as a Master of Educational Administration from the University of Alberta.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Pitch battle as Reus ends goal drought in Dortmund win

first_img0Shares0000Ground for concern: Moenchengladbach’s Raul Bobadilla with Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Buerki © AFP / Patrik STOLLARZBERLIN, Germany, Feb 18 – A brilliant first-half strike saw Marco Reus grab his first Bundesliga goal since May to secure a 1-0 win for Borussia Dortmund at Borussia Moenchengladbach on Sunday in a match played on an atrocious pitch.The two teams were forced to play on a highly uneven surface in Moenchengladbach after recent poor weather had badly-affected the pitch at Borussia-Park. There were chances for both Lars Stindl and Raul Bobadilla early on, but the pitch remained the focus of attention, as Andre Schuerrle appeared to slip and hurt himself.Schuerrle recovered to set up Reus as Dortmund took the lead against the run of play on 32 minutes.Picking up a pinpoint long pass from Mario Goetze, Schuerrle squared the ball to Reus, whose dipping shot glanced off the crossbar on its way in.“I actually wanted to hit it further to the left,” Reus told Sky. “But the main thing is that the ball went in. We had to scrap today, and we have a lot of work ahead of us.”Reus has missed most of the current campaign with a cruciate ligament tear, and had not been on the scoresheet for Dortmund since scoring a brace on the final day of last season.Jannik Vestergaard found the net for Gladbach just before half-time, but was judged to be offside by the video assistant referee.Thorgan Hazard should have equalised moments later, darting into the box from the left wing before slicing the ball wide.Gladbach continued to push forward after the break, chances falling to both Denis Zakaria and Matthias Ginter before Sokratis denied Bobadilla with a goal-line clearance on 55 minutes.Day of delight: Dortmund coach Peter Stoeger celebrates the winning goal © AFP / Patrik STOLLARZAs the second half wore on, Roman Buerki was forced into a string of saves, denying Stindl, Bobadilla and Nico Elvedi to keep Dortmund ahead.At the other end, Reus saw his fizzing half-volley beaten away by Yann Sommer.Earlier in the day, Mario Gomez’s goal was enough to secure a first away win of the season for Stuttgart, and inflict a first home defeat since October on Augsburg.The veteran striker gave Stuttgart the lead just before the half-hour mark. After Erik Thommy’s free-kick was blocked by the defensive wall, Gomez pounced on the loose ball and swept it into the bottom corner.Michael Gregoritsch appeared to equalise for Augsburg ten minutes later, but he too was correctly ruled offside after a two-minute long consultation with the video assistant referee.Only a superb save from Marwin Hitz stopped Stuttgart from doubling the lead on 65 minutes, the Augsburg goalkeeper denying Gomez from point blank range.“We should really have won by three or four goals today,” Gomez told Sky. “But we showed amazing character, and we’re going in the right direction.”The win lifts Stuttgart four points clear of the bottom three, while Dortmund move into second ahead of RB Leipzig’s visit to Eintracht Frankfurt on Monday.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S EDGE OUT MacCUMHAILLS IN SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

first_imgDonegal Senior Hurling ChampionshipSt. Eunan’s 2-5Mac Cumhaills 1-7 St. Eunan’s battled to a hard fought victory in the senior hurling championship over last year’s finalists Mac Cumhaills in O’Donnell Park. In a key game for both sides the early exchanges were strongly contested. David Whyte opened the scoring for MacCumhaills with two frees. On 8 minutes St. Eunan’s full forward Colm Breathnach had a penalty brilliantly deflected over the bar by Dylan Laverty in the McCumhaills goal. Then Eugene Organ levelled matters for the home team with a well worked score. A fine strike from the wing by Bernard McMenamin and a Ciaran Matthewson score edged the visitors in front, with Conor McVeigh pointing in reply. After 18 minutes Sean McVeigh broke through a number of MacCumhaills tackles, only to see his shot rebound of the crossbar. Two minutes later Letterkenny corner forward Stephen Doherty fired a loose ball to the net and two more quick scores from Doherty and Sean McVeigh opened a four point gap. Two late MacCumhaills points by Whyte and Lee Henderson cut the margin to two points by half time, 1-5 to 0-6. As conditions deteriorated on a wet evening scores were hard to come by in the second half. Both sides created opportunities but most efforts fell wide or short. McCumhaills made a breakthrough on 42 minutes when Matthewson raced through the Letterkenny defence and fired an unstoppable shot to the roof of the net. Sean Curran struck a fine point for the visitors shortly after to give them a two point advantage. St. Eunan’s began to dominate possession but could make no impression on the scoreboard, with pressure from the MacCumhaills defence and centre back Jamesie Donnelly coming strongly into the game. With six minutes left, however, the home team’s efforts were rewarded when a long ball from midfielder Colm Flood found its way to the net. In a frantic finish MacCumhaills pressed for an equaliser but the Letterkenny defence held out, with Cormac Goulding and Conor Parke in particular continuing their earlier dominance. A late 65 from Donnelly was cleared by St. Eunan’s and they closed out a one point win.  St. Eunan’s: David Ireland, Francis Lennon, Eunan O’Donnell, Shane O’Connor, Conor Parke, Adie Gaffey, Cormac Goulding, Colm Flood (1-0), Seán McVeigh (0-1), Eugene Organ (0-1), James Connors, Conor McVeigh (0-1), Stephen Doherty (1-1), Colm Breathnach (0-1), Cormac Hartnett. Subs: Mark Timoney, Daniel Lee, Eoin Friel, Darragh Kerrane, Luke Wilson, Anthony Emmett, Michael McGrath, Jack Brennan, Paddy Flood. Mac Cumhaills: Dylan Laverty, Anthony Patton, Martin McGonigle, Oliver McRory, Michael McMenamin, Jamesie Donnelly, Gary Browne, Justin McGee, Barry McGranaghan, Bernard McMenamin (0-1), Ciaran Matthewson (1-1), David Whyte (0-3), Gerard Cunningham, Paddy Hannigan, Owey McRory. Subs: Lee Henderson (0-1), Sean Curran (0-1), Ciaran O’Leary, John Anthony Chambers. Referee: Alan Nash. GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S EDGE OUT MacCUMHAILLS IN SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP was last modified: August 4th, 2013 by John2Share 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:Sean MacCumhaills GAA Club notesSt Eunan’s GAA clublast_img read more

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DIV 1: DUNGLOE 0-06, KILCAR 3-08

first_imgThe visitors earned two more points on the league table defeating Dungloe on a score line of Dungloe 0-6 Kilcar 3-8.The homeside lead by a point at half time Dungloe 0-4 to Kilcar 0-3. Dungloe’s scorers were Mark Sweeney, Shaun Sharkey, Adam Neely and a free from Shaun Sharkey on the stroke of half time. Kilcar had points from Kieran McGinley & Patrick McBrearty 2 (1free).From the throw in McBrearty scored his sides first goal giving Dungloe keeper Ciaran Sharkey no chance. At the other end of the field Kilcar’s keeper Kevin Campbell denied Adam Neely pulling off a fine save & sending the ball out for a 45. Martin Redmond duly pointed to keep the home side in touch. 5 mins later Campbell denied Conor Greene dungloe’s second goal chance. Patrick McBrfearty & Conor Doherty pointed for the visitors before Darragh O’Donnell netted Kilcar’s second goal, Shaun Sharkey pointed for a free but goals win matches and Conor Doherty made no mistake in front of the Dungloe goals to score his sides 3rd goal. Points from Conor Doherty, Patrick mcBrearty (f) & Mark Sweeney left the final score Dungloe 0-6 Kilcar 3-8 DIV 1: DUNGLOE 0-06, KILCAR 3-08 was last modified: April 6th, 2015 by John2Share 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:Division Onedungloekilcarlast_img read more

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