At the beginning of the season, Mike Eaves said he would wait until winter break to assess his squad.Now, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team is sitting at the midpoint of its season and its head coach still has, as he likes to say, some riddles to solve.Both Eaves and his players knew coming into the season there would be growing pains – the Badgers lost seven seniors and four underclassmen from the group that came within one win of a seventh UW national title. The pangs are still there, but there are also signs that Wisconsin could be in position to put together a successful second half and possibly return to the NCAA tournament.Despite going 2-4-2 in November, a stretch that included consecutive sweeps at the hands of North Dakota and Minnesota-Duluth, the Badgers put together a three-game winning streak to enter their winter break. A sweep of Bemidji State this past weekend has Eaves hopeful, once play resumes New Year’s Eve weekend.“As we said to the boys after the game, we’re 10-7-3, 6-6-2 in the league. Not bad,” he said. “And our best hockey’s ahead of us – that’s our message as they leave. History tells us we’re going to come back, we’re going to be an older team, a more mature team – even though we’re young – we’ll be more mature because of the experiences we’ve had.“I think we’ll springboard off that – history tells us that. So we look forward to the second half.”Same old storyMuch to the chagrin of the Badgers, most Friday home games have followed a simple formula: Fall behind early after a lackluster start and fight back into the game – often resulting in a too-little-too-late scenario.Against Michigan Tech, UW fell behind 2-0 early before fighting back for a win. In a game against Michigan, the same start, but the result was a 4-4 tie.In last Friday’s win over the Beavers, the Badgers fell behind 2-0 early just 2:30 into the game. UW managed to rally and win, but again it was a snapshot of the Badgers’ first half.“Unfortunately, yeah. We’ve had a lot of bad starts, but we’ve also come back in a lot of games and had a lot of one-goal games that we lost,” sophomore assistant captain Craig Smith said after Saturday’s game. “We’ve got a young team and I was thinking about it in the locker room; I don’t remember ever having a bad start with last year’s team. I think it’s just a big thing about maturity and how much of a difference it makes having an older team.”Eaves said the coaching staff is still trying to figure out a way to prevent the Badgers from coming out flat. Wisconsin sits tied for fifth in the WCHA with Colorado College and Minnesota. If the Badgers have any eventual designs of hosting a home playoff series, they need to stop digging themselves into holes and giving up points in the standings.“We talk about to the kids that every game is a riddle and there’s no textbook answer – and every team is like that too,” Eaves said. “We’re trying to figure out what are the right buttons, what are the right things to do for this group to ensure… a good start on Fridays. And we’re still solving to work that riddle.”Even it outUsually when a team finds great success in its goaltending and special teams, it means its sitting in a favorable position.Somehow, Wisconsin is the exception.In goal, senior Scott Gudmandson has been exceptional, turning in standout performances in most of his outings. Gudmandson leads the WCHA with a 1.94 goals-against average and .930 save percentage, yet his record is just 7-5-1.At times last season, Gudmandson looked hesitant, especially when playing the puck. That’s not the case anymore.“What I like about Goody’s game is his command in the crease,” Eaves said. “His rebound control, his decisions with the puck.”Last season, the Sherwood Park, Alberta native went 20-5-4. The main difference this season can be attributed less to Gudmandson’s play and more to the guys around him.UW leads the WCHA in power-play percentage at 29.1 percent, and that figure is second in Division I. The Badgers have 30 goals with the man-advantage, most in the nation.Solid goaltending, solid special teams, yet a 10-7-3 record?“You look at that, you look at our record and you scratch your head a little bit,” Eaves said. “But it speaks to the close games that we’ve lost and haven’t found [a way to win]. If we had maybe found more offense five-on-five, maybe we would have won more of those games we lost by one goal.”The luster of scoring 30 power-play goals is lost when it is taken into consideration that those account for 43.4 percent of UW’s goals – a remarkably high ratio.Two other schools with similar power-play goal to total goal ratios, Princeton (44 percent) and Colorado College (41 percent) also sit exactly in the same position as Wisconsin – three games over .500.Effectiveness on the power play is one thing, but if the Badgers want an extended run in the postseason, they can’t live and die by the man-advantage. Eaves called generating offense at even strength “an area of improvement,” as wins may come few and far between if the Badgers rely on their opponents to commit penalties.“I don’t think it will get us to where we want to be, ultimately,” Eaves said.
“It’s a little sore & swollen so I just took an extra day here & we’ll see how it feels tomorrow.”McDavid speaks post-practice about how his knee is feeling ahead of tomorrow’s #Oilers vs. Blackhawks matchup pic.twitter.com/iyX3s74Rds— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) February 10, 2020McDavid was able to shake off the sore knee to essentially create Alex Chiasson’s late second-period power-play goal. The Oilers captain ripped a shot off Chiasson that forced hapless Preds forward Kyle Turris to deflect the puck into the Nashville net, giving McDavid his 51st assist of the season.Even though McDavid was able to play the full game Saturday — the only Edmonton forwards who logged more ice time were Leon Draisitl and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins — Oilers fans will probably be on edge until they see the four-time All-Star dressed and skating in the team’s next game. As Connor McDavid goes, so go the Edmonton Oilers.You can forgive Oilers fans for holding their collective breath, then, when the 23-year-old superstar appeared to be struggling following a second-period collision on Saturday with Nashville Predators defenseman Dante Fabbro and the boards. McDavid’s knee seemingly took the brunt of the impact, and the Oilers confirmed that their talisman had suffered a bruised knee during the 3-2 victory. McDavid received treatment during the second intermission and after the game, Edmonton coach Dave Tippett confirmed, but he said the captain should be fine.NHL POWER RANKINGS: Oilers continue to rise”He has a little bruise on top of his knee or something like that,” Tippett told reporters. “They looked at it between periods, he iced it and they wanted to ice him right after the game. I asked him how he was doing and he said ‘I’m fine, I’m playing.’ He got out there and played. As far as I know it is nothing serious.”During Monday’s practice, McDavid only briefly participated in power play drills before leaving the ice, but the club said that was by design. Both McDavid and Tippett identified the injury only as a bruise and said a decision will be made Tuesday morning over whether or not he can play that day against the Chicago Blackhawks.
NORTHWOOD — A Minnesota man charged with assaulting a woman in a Worth County hotel room has pleaded not guilty.Late on the night of December 1st, the Worth County Sheriff’s Department says a woman from Minneapolis who was staying at the Holiday Inn near the Diamond Jo Casino near Northwood told law enforcement that a man and another female asked to stay in her room because they were too drunk to drive. The victim says the two started to destroy the room she was staying in, and when she told them to stop, the male suspect punched her in the face and started to strangle her.40-year-old Abdirizak Mohammed of Columbia Heights and 32-year-old Kadra Bashir of Minneapolis were both arrested and charged with willful injury causing serious injury, a Class C felony punishable by up to ten years in prison.Mohammed was scheduled to be in Worth County District Court on Tuesday for his arraignment hearing, but he recently filed a written plea of not guilty to the charge. His trial is scheduled to start on February 20th.Bashir was also scheduled to appear in court for her arraignment hearing on Tuesday, but a continuance has been granted until February 4th.
Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra 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 It was tied twice more after that as well, but the Grizzles never reclaimed the lead.Conley tried a runner for the lead with 56 seconds left, and Gasol had a wide-open 3-point try as the shot clock was running down with 32 seconds remaining. Both missed — Conley’s bounced off and Gasol’s missed everything, going wide left.With Miami up one, Wade missed a jumper with 14 seconds left and Richardson grabbed the rebound for Miami before getting fouled. He made one of two free throws, and Memphis called time with 9 seconds left.That brought on the play where Mack tried to drive on Wade, to no avail.“It just came down to getting stops at the end,” Green said.TIP-INSGrizzlies: Memphis opened on a 19-7 run, then had a 17-4 run later in the half — yet still went into the break down 63-61. … It was the first game at Miami for Joakim Noah since Dec. 6, 2016. … During the game, Justin Timberlake tweeted out a video showing him making half-court shots on the Grizzlies’ practice court in Memphis. He had a concert in their building Saturday night. … Mack and Jaren Jackson each had 13 points for Memphis.Heat: It was kids’ day at the Heat game, and Spoelstra got into the act by holding his 9-month-old son Santiago as he stood for the national anthem. “One of the coolest things I’ve experienced,” Spoelstra said. … Hassan Whiteside (ill) missed the game. … Miami made 15 3-pointers, and has 33 in its last two games.CHASING MICHAELWade now has 865 blocked shots, 28 away from matching Michael Jordan’s career record for a guard. Add in playoffs, and Wade has 1,040 — 11 shy of Jordan’s record. View comments Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Karl-Anthony Towns has 27-27 game to lead Wolves past Pelicans Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil LATEST STORIES Only a few days shy of his 37th birthday, Wade can still block shots — even in the biggest moments of a game. Justise Winslow scored 26 points, Wade delivered the block and won the ensuing jump ball with 4 seconds left, and the Miami Heat beat the Memphis Grizzlies 112-108 on Saturday night.“If he would have won that jump ball, I would have been highly disappointed in myself,” said Wade, whose birthday is Thursday. “I was very confident going into that jump ball that I could muster up just enough to get it.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissHe had just enough. Wade tapped the crucial jump to Josh Richardson, who made a pair of free throws to seal it for Miami with 1.1 seconds left.Richardson and Tyler Johnson each scored 14 for the Heat, who hit midseason at 21-20. Bam Adebayo and Derrick Jones Jr. scored 11 apiece, and Wade finished with 10 as the Heat survived despite wasting a 13-point lead midway through the third quarter. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college MOST READ Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (3) scores against Memphis Grizzlies guard Shelvin Mack (6) in the second half of an NBA basketball game Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, in Miami. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)MIAMI — Shelvin Mack drove on Dwyane Wade, with the game on the line.Mack’s layup attempt never got near the rim.ADVERTISEMENT “It’s not always going to be pretty for us,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.JaMychal Green scored 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Grizzlies, who went 0-2 this season against Miami — losing the two games by a total of seven points. Mike Conley scored 22 and Marc Gasol had 15 for the Grizzlies.Conley banked in a 65-footer as time expired, though it was waved off and would have been irrelevant anyway.“We still had an opportunity down the stretch,” Memphis coach J.B. Bickerstaff said. “They just made a couple more plays than we did.”No lead was safe: Memphis blew a pair of double-digit leads in the first half, and Miami was up by 13 midway through the third before finding itself scratching and clawing at the end. Conley’s 3-pointer with 6:31 left knotted the game at 99, ending a 12-minute stretch where the Grizzlies outscored the Heat 32-19.ADVERTISEMENT ANDERSON HURTMemphis lost starting forward Kyle Anderson to a sprained left ankle in the first half. X-rays were negative, and Bickerstaff said he will have an MRI on Sunday.DAUNTING SCHEDULEMiami plays only four home games in the next six weeks — and three of those are in a four-day span between Jan. 30 and Feb. 2. After that, the next Heat home game is Feb. 23. In all, 12 of Miami’s next 16 are on the road and 11 of those games are against likely playoff teams.TURKEY TURNAROUNDAt Thanksgiving, Memphis was 12-5 and leading the Western Conference. The Grizzlies are 7-18 since, and have fallen to 14th in the West.UP NEXTGrizzlies: Visit Houston on Monday. Both of Memphis’ games against Miami this season were followed by one with the Rockets.Heat: Visit Milwaukee on Tuesday. It’s the start of a four-game trip for the Heat, who are 10-8 on the road so far this season.
0Shares0000Mesut Ozil, who was born in Germany to Turkish-origin parents, said he felt “racism and disrespect” — pointing the finger at German football authorities © AFP/File / Roman KruchininSINGAPORE, Singapore, Jul 25 – Arsenal boss Unai Emery said Mesut Ozil has nothing but respect from his team-mates after his decision to quit Germany’s national team claiming racism sparked uproar in his home country.Emery on Wednesday said Arsenal were taking pains to make sure Ozil, 29, feels comfortable at the club as controversy rages in Germany over his acrimonious walk-out following the World Cup in Russia. “We want to help all the players and Mesut to feel here with us like he’s at home, like a family,” Emery, who is in his first weeks as Arsenal coach, said during a pre-season visit to Singapore.“We are every player’s family and for him to work every day, to work well with his team-mates, is good for us… I’m very happy with him. I’m looking at every player and I think Mesut, he has here the respect of every player.”Ozil, who was born in Germany to Turkish-origin parents, said he felt “racism and disrespect” — pointing the finger at German football authorities — in his no-holds-barred statement released over the weekend.The 2014 World Cup-winner said he was unfairly maligned over Germany’s group-stage exit in Russia, after some media highlighted a pre-tournament photo with Turkey’s strongman President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.“I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose,” Ozil wrote, adding: “Certain German newspapers are using my background and photo with President Erdogan as right-wing propaganda to further their political cause.”Germany’s football federation swiftly denied the allegation of racism, while Erdogan called Ozil to praise his decision — which follows a resurgence of the German far right.Ozil declined to comment on Wednesday as he took part in a training session at a private school in Singapore ahead of Thursday’s friendly against Atletico Madrid.“For him it’s one thing with the national team and another with us,” Emery said.“Normality is the best thing for him and I am sure he’s going to do a big season with us this year… it’s very, very personal and here I want to help him.“Everybody at the club is thinking like me to help him and to feel (good) here and express his quality with us.”Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech also said the players were keen to support Ozil, who smashed the club’s transfer record when he moved from Real Madrid in 2013.“What happened between him and the national team is his private matter so this is not an issue for us,” said Cech.“It’s something which is unfortunate for him but we will try to do everything so that he feels good, that he trains well so he feels good for the season, because he’s one of the key players.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.And if he wins one of the two open spots on East Whittier’s school board, Gallardo says he’ll focus on getting teachers all the materials and resources they need to provide a “quality education.” “I decided this would be a good opportunity to provide some of my knowledge and skills to the school board, and be active and progressive in assisting the community,” Gallardo said. “I’m so impressed with the quality of education already being delivered here. But yes, there are areas where we can improve,” he said. “We need to do more to maintain our programs and retain school staff.” Both Elbling, 43, and Aparicio, 28, are middle-school teachers. But for Elbling, his motivation to run for the board is the same as his reason for becoming an educator. “Bottom line: I’m here to make a difference,” said Elbling, who teaches at Corvallis Middle in Norwalk. “I want to make a difference in individual student’s lives, and promote positive things for the cause of education in this district, and all districts in general.” EAST WHITTIER – It’s a race of the challengers at the East Whittier City School District on Nov. 6, when voters go to the polls to decide which two candidates get to serve the next four years on the district’s governing panel. Each of the four candidates – Carlos Aparicio, Michael A. Cirasole, Dimitri C. Elbling and Angel E. Gallardo – has at least a few years of professional experience in public schools under his belt. And with issues like declining enrollment and rising educational standards set by the federal No Child Left Behind Act, all four candidates say their knowledge and skills would be beneficial if elected. Gallardo, 45, a career and technical education coordinator at the Pomona Unified School District, has spent the past 22 years in education, holding titles ranging from teacher to high school principal. Elbling and Gallardo are endorsed by the East Whittier Education Association. Aparicio, who graduated from El Rancho High in Pico Rivera, said education has always been a big priority in his family. “Every child has the ability to succeed and just to move on and better themselves by focusing on education,” he said. “What’s most important, for myself, is that my children come to this district and I want to be involved in their education,” he said. “And working as a teacher has given me skills and experience that I can bring to the school board.” Cirasole, 59, has spent the last 26 years with the Los Angeles County Office of Education, overseeing school budgets to make sure districts remain fiscally sound. “I understand school-district budgets and the consequences of poor planning,” said Cirasole, a 55-year resident of Whittier. “More needs to be done to prevent the funding loss. And I believe having a safe and secure learning environment is the most important thing a school can provide.” email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A Co Donegal priest has gone on trial in the North on five charges of indecently assaulting a 14-year-old girl.Fr Eugene Boland, 66, originally from Moville denies assaulting the girl from June 1990 to June 1992.He is alleged to have committed the offences in a parochial house in Derry’s Galliagh area where the complainant did voluntary work. The allegations were reported to police in 2010.Prosecuting counsel Russell Connell told the Crown Court in Derry that the alleged indecent assaults involved the defendant rubbing the girl’s waist under her clothes, kissing her on the lips once in a passionate manner and rubbing her leg with his foot under a dining room table.He is also alleged to have asked her if she was having a sexual relationship with her boyfriend and asking her on one occasion if her trousers were buttoned.The prosecution barrister said the complainant later confronted him in the confessional where the defendant is alleged to have told her “despite being a priest we are still men underneath and we still think like men”.The prosecutor said when the complainant wanted to report the matter to a bishop the defendant is alleged to have gone down on his knees and apologised for the hurt he had put her through.Mr Connell said the allegations were reported to the police in April 2010.The defendant, with an address at the parochial house at Killyclougher Road in Omagh, was interviewed at Omagh police station and denied the allegations.When interviewed by Mrs Mary McCafferty, the designated diocesan officer in relation to complaints made against priests – the defendant is alleged to have described himself as a “touchy feely kind of person”.* Comments are closed on this storyMOVILLE PRIEST GOES ON TRIAL ON SEX ABUSE CHARGES was last modified: June 18th, 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)
LANCASTER – Testimony began Monday in the preliminary hearing for a former security guard charged in the 2000 murder of a Palmdale teenager at a Park and Ride lot he was patrolling. Raymond Lee Jennings, a 32-year-old Iraq war veteran who was arrested about a month after he returned home on leave, is charged in the Feb. 22, 2000, slaying of 18-year-old Michelle O’Keefe. O’Keefe was found shot to death behind the wheel of her blue 2000 Ford Mustang in the Park and Ride lot on Avenue S in Palmdale. Prosecutors said they would present witnesses to describe events leading up to the killing and the aftermath in what they called a “heavily circumstantial case.” In interviews with investigators, Jennings, working for a private security company under contract with the city, has denied killing her. He told investigators he heard gunfire and watched the Mustang roll backward but didn’t see the killer because his view was blocked by a parked van. Jennings said he called a supervisor and waited for her to arrive before approaching the car. Jennings was named in a wrongful-death lawsuit filed in December 2000 by O’Keefe’s parents but was not criminally charged until prosecutors filed the case Nov. 15, about two days before Jennings, a sergeant in the Army National Guard, returned home on leave. He was arrested Dec. 13 when deputies stopped his vehicle on a Lancaster street. Prosecutors in the past declined to file criminal charges, citing insufficient evidence, but said after charges were filed that proceedings in the civil case changed the “character of the evidence.” The gun that killed O’Keefe has never been found. In May 2002, members of a local scuba diving club combed the murky bottom of nearby Palmdale Lake but turned up nothing. The hearing is expected to resume today. firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinals“Over six years ago an 18-year-old coed named Michelle O’Keefe was brutally murdered,” Deputy District Attorney Michael Blake said. “She was shot three times in the face and once in the chest by an assailant who tracked the movement of her car into a planter.” O’Keefe had returned to her car after leaving it at the lot while she rode with a friend to work as an extra during the taping of a music video for rapper Kid Rock. The friend, Jennifer Peterson, who had dropped her off, testified that she left the parking lot after O’Keefe got into her car, shut the door and turned on her engine and headlights. “I left when she was safely in her car,” Peterson said. “It was usually our practice to follow each other onto the freeway but she was going in the other direction to Palmdale High School.” With its engine running and the driver’s door opened, O’Keefe’s car had backed out of a parking space and rolled over the edge of a small concrete planter.
BY PATSY McGONAGLE: The Donegal Children’s Games will take place on Tuesday 7th May 2013 at the Finn Valley Centre, Stranorlar with a start time of 6.30pm.Not only will the Donegal Games be held there this year, but the county is fortunate to have both the Ulster and All Ireland Childrens Games at the same venue this year.The Donegal Children’s Games have seen excellent turnouts in recent years, and with athletics on a high in the county at the minute and many young children starting with clubs since Easter, we are expecting another big turnout on the 7th May. The Games allow each athlete to compete in a sprint, a distance race, a long jump and the new event introduced this year, the Turbo Javelin. These Games on the 7th May will help clubs choose two events for their young athletes for the forthcoming Ulster Games with the closing date for entries the following Friday. We look forward to seeing everyone out in force on the 7th. Any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me. PATSY Donegal Athletics BoardDonegal Children’s Games 2013 (U9-U11) Tuesday 7th May 2013 – 6.30pm sharpFinn Valley Centre, StranorlarFee €3 per athlete – this must be paid on the eveningAn athlete may compete in any number of events in his/her age category. An athletemay not step up an age category.Sprints will be on a heats to final basis.Distance events (300m – 600m) will be on a timed basis.Long Jump- Each athlete will have three attempts– U 9/10 competition – athlete may jump anywhere from the sand. No marks will be permitted. Athlete will commence run up from a ten metre mark.– U11 competition – athlete must jump from the board.Turbo Javelin– Each athlete will have three attempts in succession – The longest of the three attempts will be measured.Events will commence at 6.30 pm sharp.Athletes will be allocated a sticker with his/her year of birth.Coaches/Athletes should allow sufficient time to register and to collect athletestickers. Registration Desk will be open from 5.30pm.Where possible e.g. if travelling by bus, etc it would be appreciated if clubscould co-ordinate the registration of their athletes by filling out the attached sheets, collecting monies and handing in at the registration desk. The required number of stickers can then be allocated, speeding registration up for all concerned.Under 9 (2005)Under 10 (2004)Under 11 (2003)60m 300m Turbo Javelin Long Jump60m 500m Turbo Javelin Long Jump60m 600m Turbo Javelin Long JumpOrder of EventsTrackTurbo JavelinLong Jump 1Long Jump 260m U9GU11BU11GU10B60m U9BU9GU11BU10G60m U10GU10GU9GU9B60m U10BU11G60m U11GU9B60m U11BU10B60m Finals – All300m U9G300m U9B500m U10G500m U10B600m U11G600m U11BATHLETICS: DONEGAL CHILDREN’S GAMES ON MAY 7 was last modified: April 27th, 2013 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) Tags:ATHLETICS: DONEGAL CHILDREN’S GAMES ON MAY 7
A number of well-known faces are set to take part in this year’s North West 10k in Letterkenny on May 6th next. The identities of the three main charities to benefit from this year’s event will be announced at the official launch of the 2012 event in the Mount Errigal Hotel on Monday night next, March 12th.All other charities taking part in the event must register with the 10k committee and are invited to come along on the launch night to confirm their participation. Their fundraising activities will also benefit from registration as the names of all the participating charities will be included on the 10k website and the organizing committee will also be available to offer advice in the lead up to the event.A number of high profile names in the county are taking part in the walk and run with official confirmation of their participation expected shortly. The launch takes place on next Monday, March 12th in the Mount Errigal Hotel at 7 p.m. sharp.Organisers are hoping the event draws a record crowd. WELL KNOWN FACES SET TO LINE UP FOR NORTH WEST 10K was last modified: March 7th, 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:North West 10k