OVERTIME

first_img:08 Correct me if I’m wrong but is there at least one Black reporter on Fox News? And all the women reporting…not one Black or Hispanic…I’m just asking! Fair and balanced news my xxx !!:07 Bruins, Canucks… hockey finals. That’s all I got. (Oh shut-up that’s all you got too!):06 By the way the WNBA (Women’s Pro Basketball for you not so swift Clairton Grads) has started. YYYEEEAAAHHH !:05 I thought Barry Bonds was going to jail for 100 years and they were going to charge him for starting the Civil War and helping AI Capone get started in business? I told you it wasn’t going to happen. C’mon man!:04 Did you know that Dave Winfield not only was drafted by Major League Baseball where he was a Hall of Fame superstar but the NBA and NFL as well. That’s a Bad Man!!!:03 Next to last call for all boys and girls middle school teams for the new Connie Hawkins Youth Development League. The league starts June 27 (individuals can sign up as well) call Five Starr Corporation at 412-628-4856 ASAP spaces are almost gone.:02 It’s now on the map. The New First Fridays At The Club Health and Fitness Center in Monroeville. “Over 100”-30 and over party people packed the house and jammed to 2:00 a.m. to the funky music and line dance sounds of D.J. Mean-Gee. Thanks to everyone that got our First gig off the ground. Get ready for the next Par-Tay Friday July 1 same place, same time. Line dance 8-9 p.m.…Par-Tay 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. Thanks to the VIP’s that came out. World champion kick boxer Jacquet Bazemore, Pittsburgh Steelers rookies and the always fabulous “Truly Yours Models” Leslie, Crystal, Sunni and Penny. Love Ya Forever!:01 OK, Here it is. It’s Dallas Mavs in six…Take it to the bank!!!“DOUBLE OVERTIME”:00 Bob the photographer and friends, Alia Carter (your fine self) Renee Giles, “Reba”…and The Diamond Models, and Coach Ace you all made it happen…couldn’t have done it without ya !!! :10 OK, for the next to the last time (’cause there will be another brother in jail…I’m just saying) The last problem a Black man has in jail is staying in shape. Plaxico Burress will be ready to play and every NFL Team will take a look at him. Just read the Michael Vick Story!! :09 A big shout out to Angela Harper a steady Overtime reader and still one of Pittsburgh’s most beautiful and stylish women. Ya’ll remember, Angela used to set the tone and the Pittsburgh Entertainment scene. Keep Going Girl! BILL NEALlast_img read more

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True Colors

first_imgI see your true colors, shining through. I see your true colors and that’s why I love you. So don’t be afraid to let them show. (from the song ‘True Colors’ by Cyndi Lauper). Hey everbody, 72 hours ago the Pittsburgh Steelers faced the Cincinnati Bengals and sent them packing back to Cincy, “teefless.” The Bengals finally showed their “true colors.” This was a contest that was hyped, hyped and more hyped, you dig…This was supposed to be a clash between a “pride” of young, hungry cats from the jungle pitted against a group of old grizzled hunters who had lost their edge. The 2011 Steelers were supposed to be at an extreme disadvantage because their sense of smell, hearing, vision and all of the elements that make great hunters and sportsmen were declining rapidly. This was billed as the last Safari, the final chapter in the book of the great “Bwana.”There is one thing that I wish to make perfectly clear. We can change our cleats, clothes, buy a new car and exhibit the external components that the world sees to define you on a daily basis but there is one component that cannot be changed; our genes.The Steelers have created a different sort of “Genome” than the rest of the NFL. There was one point in the career of legendary Coach Chuck Noll that every player on the field was drafted by the Steelers. The league fines them, has less than “stellar” officiating and at times seems to implement a few other questionable practices and all the men of Steel continue to do is win, win, win.In 1969 when “The Chief” hired Noll to be captain of his vessel he unknowingly hired a mad scientist who was far more interested in linking individual components together as opposed to whether he personally liked them or not. His primary mission in the laboratory was to design a system. His secondary mission was to get the materials on which to build his system. Hey y’all you can’t build a 100 story skyscraper out of mud. Okay, I take that back, you can but just don’t invite me for lunch at the penthouse suite because I tell you now, I ain’t coming. Now as I was saying Noll was more than just a coach concerned with wins and losses, he was concerned with the Steelers “machine.” He identified and utilized the body types and psyches that were needed to function at a high level within his system.The Steelers evolved from mediocrity to greatness not because all of their athletes were superior, although many of them were. They attained and sustained greatness because they developed a system that emphasizes the “whole.” There were many athletes that were far more gifted than some of the athletes drafted by Noll but he knew early on that it doesn’t matter about the $20,000 paint job that your car has if it is broke down; looks can be deceiving. Steelers management does not care what the outside world thinks. They truly believe that they can take a Yugo, plug it into their system and a Cadillac might develop.The Bengals have not been short on talent over the years but what they have been lacking is a clear cut direction and purpose. The Steelers understood that they had to lose for a few years to create a legacy of victory and accomplishment that would last for decades. In 1969 the Steelers were a blank canvas waiting for the colors of victory to be applied. Charles (Picasso) Noll was the one with a palette of “true colors” waiting to leap over onto the canvas of the NFL and create his own masterpiece. He didn’t try to imitate and emulate other systems; he created his own because he knew that the guy who sells the “Get Rich with Me” book is the only one that becomes rich.When the Rooney family hired the two young coaches that succeeded Noll, they made sure that Bill Cowher and Mike Tomlin understood one thing; they could tweak the system a bit but they were not going to reinvent the wheel. With the Pittsburgh Steelers you have to blend in from the inside or you will be watching from the outside.Let’s visit the “zoo” and focus on ex-Bengals Chad Johnson, oops I meant Chad Ochocinco or is it Chad Givemedinero. This ex “cat” can’t even focus on who he is. Oh, pardon my misstatement; the point is that he is a bit too focused on who he is. Wherever he goes it will always be about, me, mini-me and me.We can’t leave ex-Bengals QB Carson Palmer out of the mix. He was also infected with the “mini-me” syndrome. With Pittsburgh it is us, us, us or you’re on the next, bus, bus. In an era of corny blazers, suits and ties, Noll’s players sported capes and plexiglas shoes with live goldfish in the heels. Noll knew that happy individuals made a productive, less stressed team. All I can say is, many teams have tried to imitate but few can duplicate the Pittsburgh Steelers.(Aubrey Bruce can be reached at: abruce@newpittsburghcourier.com or 412-583-6741. Bruce is also the NFL/AFC North analyst on the “Odd Couple Sports Show” streaming live on Fox Sports radio; WCWA 1230am, Toledo, Ohio, Wednesdays from 11-11:30 a.m.)last_img read more

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Ramos could be 15 days off for an ankle sprain

first_imgSergio Ramos the end of the Spain Supercup before him Atlético de Madrid with a ankle sprain. The defense twisted it after falling after a jump with the rojiblanco Morata in the minute 61 of the match and was attended by the medical services of Real Madrid among obvious gestures of pain. The Andalusian was able to continue the game until the final whistle, extension and penalties included. The player himself said he did not throw the decisive penalty at Panenka by not trusting the state of his ankle. “I thought about throwing it like that, but the ankle was not for many jogs and the easiest was to ensure it, “he said. This sprained ankle I would leave Ramos out of the field for an approximate period of 15 days. In this way, the white captain would not be available to Zidane for three games: two from LaLiga and the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey. The first clash in which he would be absent would be that of next Saturday, January 18 at the Santiago Bernabéu before the Seville (4pm), I wouldn’t be in the next round copera (which will also be played in a single game and for which the opponent is still unknown), the third low match of the player would be that of Sunday January 26 in Zorrilla before the Real Valladolid (9:00 p.m.)last_img read more

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Thank You, Ellen, for the Paved Gbarnga-Ganta-Guinea Border Road!

first_imgUntil very recently, people traveling from Gbarnga to Ganta and on to the Guinea border had to endure deep potholes, dust and mud to reach their destinations.Our pick-up, taxi and truck drivers, not to speak of motorists, including government people and foreigner partners, driving through this region, attempted their trips with trepidation (fear, nervousness). It was not only the discomfort driving on the bad roads but the heavy toll they inflicted on the wear and tear of their vehicles. Market women, moreover, suffered serious losses when their perishable goods, especially bananas, fish, fruits, plantains and vegetables rotted during long delays due to mud and impassable potholes along the way.Not anymore, especially on the Gbarnga-Ganta-Guinea border route! Last week Monday President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf traveled to Ganta to dedicate the 70-kilometer paved road linking the Bong and Nimba capitals and the Guinea border.She was accompanied by Public Works Minister Gyude Moore; diplomats; development partners—especially the World Bank, European Union, Germany (KfW), Norway (NORAD) and United Kingdom; as well as legislators, including Senate Public Works Chairman Oscar Cooper of Margibi; County Superintendents; Chiefs and other local leaders.The opening of this paved road linking two counties and the neighboring Guinea border is an important milestone. Not only will it facilitate easier and more comfortable travel; it will also encourage trade and other economic activities. The Bong and Nimba people must now intensify their agricultural production. Remember what the President Sirleaf told you as she dedicated the road: This paved corridor and all other development accomplishments belong to you, for your cooperation and support helped bring them about. Agriculture Minister Moses Zinnah should seize this opportunity to reach out to the people in these two counties and ensure that they grow more tubers (cassava, eddoes, potatoes), fruits, plantains and vegetables, to feed their people and to supply the urban markets in Kakata, Harbel, Paynesville Red Light and Monrovia.We are here urging Agriculture Minister Zinnah to FOCUS on these areas and flood them with agricultural extension agents to convey the benefits ofresearch from the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI). This road must NOT be a corridor for more accidents, with reckless drivers misusing the pavement with excessive speeding, injuring and killing people. See what happened last week to our young Public Works Minister Gyude Moore, who was knocked down by a wicked, speeding hit-and-run driver as he jogged along Payne Avenue, Monrovia—why? Only because unlike past years when Payne Avenue and all other thoroughfares were riddled with potholes so that vehicles could not move fast, today, because most roads are paved, motorists drive recklessly. We pray that our youthful Minister has been restored to perfect health.Motorists using the new Gbarnga-Ganta-Guinea highway should make a conscious effort to drive safely, carefully and responsibly on this paved new road. That is the best “Thank you” they can give to the President.We call on the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) to install lights along this and all other highways to ensure night safety; and on the Liberia National Police (LNP) to install signs indicating curves, bridges, hills and other danger points along that route. We insist that this new thoroughfare should be an opportunity to boost agricultural production in Bong and Nimba. This road must NOT be used to import farm produce from Guinea and La Cote d’Ivoire! Bong, Nimba farmers, grow your own bitter ball, cabbage, lettuce, pepper, tomatoes and other produce, for you can no longer use “bad roads” as an excuse for failure to be hardworking and productive.We further call on the Liberia Business Association (LIBA) and the Liberia Marketing Association (LMA) to tour the area and encourage Bong, Nimba and other entrepreneurs to open businesses along this new, welcoming corridor—agro-industry enterprises, such as poultry and meat processing plants; building materials stores; food centers; hotels, motels, shopping centers, etc. Who amongst us can forget that this government has been severely criticized by the people for the lack of enough development initiatives? At this point, we are compelled to say to Liberians: “Thank God for mercies—great and small.” Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Tony Blair announces he will resign on June 27

first_imgIn London, Laura Phillips, 21, a banker, reflected the anti-war mood. “I’ll fight for him if he gets our troops out of Iraq,” she said. Blair embraced dozens of local Labour activists as he arrived to greet around 250 supporters packed into the former mining village’s Labour clubhouse. Some chanted “four more years,” but were chided by the leader as he began his speech. “That’s not on message for today,” Blair joked. For his long-expected announcement, Blair returned to the district where he won election to Parliament in 1983, and where he announced in 1994 that he was a candidate for Labour Party leader. Blair’s announcement came days after he celebrated the 10th anniversary of Labour’s landslide election victory of May 1, 1997. Since then, he has been one of the most praised, and reviled, leaders in British history – the man who transformed the Labour Party, helped end Northern Ireland’s troubles but angered many of his supporters by committing Britain to a bloody, unpopular war in Iraq. When he was elected at 43 in 1997, Blair was the youngest prime minister of the 20th century – the first born after World War II and the only one to have played in a college rock band, Ugly Rumours. He transformed Labour from an old-style social-democratic party to centrist “New Labour” and led it to three consecutive election victories. Under the stewardship of Blair and Brown, the British economy has thrived. London rivals New York as the world’s pre-eminent financial center, GDP is up, unemployment is down and interest rates are low, though rising. However, Blair’s promised health and education reforms remain incomplete, and soaring house prices and increasing personal debt threaten to widen the divide between haves and have-nots. Nonetheless, his supporters say Blair will be remembered for helping the poor. “It’s a nostalgic day but we’re here to celebrate of all of Tony Blair’s achievements, he’s done so much to help the people of this country, and so much to lift people out of poverty,” said Maureen Lenehan, an official at the Trimdon Labour Club. Blair announced his departure date two days after the formation of Northern Ireland’s full power-sharing administration, a goal he spent much of his premiership striving to achieve. But despite his accomplishments, Blair’s legacy looks to be dominated by Iraq. His decision to stand should-to-shoulder with President Bush by committing troops for the invasion divided his party and the country. Blair said he was content for history to judge him, but four years on and with almost 150 British troops dead in Iraq, the war is more unpopular than ever. White House spokesman Tony Snow called Blair “an extraordinary leader of the United Kingdom.” “He and the president are strong friends and allies but also the prime minister has demonstrated the ability to work with presidents of both parties and to maintain a long tradition of an alliance that is of extraordinary strategic importance. And we certainly appreciate everything he has done.” Snow said. In Iraq, those critical of the 2003 invasion welcomed Blair’s impending departure. “We hope that Bush will follow,” said Ali Kredi, 55, a retired Sunni resident of Baghdad. “Bush has lost a staunch ally and this might add more pressure on him to withdraw from Iraq.” But in southern Basra, where British soldiers have been based since 2003, some worried the city will fall into chaos when Britain reduces its troop presence. “Blair’s resignation will have a negative effect on Iraq,” said Karim Abdullah, a 45-year-old engineer. “Iraqis will lose an important politician who was supportive of the Iraqi people, especially in Basra, where the British army gave a good example of cooperation with the locals.” Former President Clinton said he was grateful for Blair’s service. “Blair revitalized his party, modernized his country’s economy and its approach to social problems, took the lead on global issues from climate change to debt relief to doubling aid to Africa, to the quest for peace in Northern Ireland and Kosovo, and started the global Third Way political movement,” Clinton said. Blair’s last months in office also have been overshadowed by a police investigation into claims that his party and the opposition traded political honors for cash. Senior Blair aide Ruth Turner, Blair’s chief fundraiser Lord Levy and two others have been arrested during the police inquiry into claims that seats in the House of Lords and other honors were awarded in exchange for party donations. Prosecutors are considering whether anyone should be charged. Blair was questioned twice by police as a witness, but is not considered a suspect. In recent months, Blair’s thoughts have turned to the lessons of his decade in power. “When I first started in politics, I wanted to please everyone,” Blair said during a tour of the Middle East in December. “After a time I learned that you can’t please everyone, and you learn that the best thing is to do what you think is right and everyone can make their judgment.” — Associated Press Writer Yuxing Zheng contributed to this story.165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Brown, Blair’s dour partner in reforming the Labour Party and a sometimes impatient rival in government, was expected to easily win election as the party’s new leader and become the next prime minister. Brown has never criticized Blair’s decision to go to war in Iraq and has given no indication on how he will steer Britain’s role in the conflict. Blair, 54, has stopped just short of openly endorsing Brown, a stern Scot who lacks his charisma and common touch. The two men stuck together during the 2005 election campaign, at one point famously facing the cameras and eating ice cream. The camaraderie sometimes seemed forced, though they rarely disagreed in public on the issues. On one occasion as he sat beside Blair during that campaign, Brown was asked whether he would have done the same as the prime minister over Iraq. There was a long pause before Brown said: “Yes.” The government has declared its hopes of withdrawing from front-line operations this year – a move certain to please a public anxious to see an end to the conflict. Tony Blair said Thursday he would step down as prime minister on June 27, closing a decade of power in which he fostered peace in Northern Ireland and followed the United States to a war in Iraq that cost him much of his popularity. In a somber farewell, Blair made way for Treasury chief Gordon Brown to take the top post. The British leader looked overcome with emotion, struggling to retain his trademark broad grin as loud cheers rang out. “Hand on heart, I did what I thought was right,” Blair told party workers and supporters at Trimdon Labour Club in his Sedgefield constituency in northern England. “I may have been wrong, but that’s your call. But believe one thing if nothing else. I did what I thought was right for our country.” Following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States, it was right, Blair said, to “stand shoulder to shoulder with our oldest ally, and I did so out of belief.” last_img read more

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Senator Neufeld believes Liberal majority means easier path for Northern Gateway

first_img“The Liberals want to make sure the environment is looked after, but they also understand that you need economic activity to pay for things like health care and education,” Neufeld says. Echoing what Premier Christy Clark has said about the party winning on the economy, Neufeld says the province has sent a loud message about not slowing down economic development. He also points out it appeared NDP leader Adrian Dix lost backing after pulling support from the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion. – Advertisement –last_img

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Children should be barred from heading: brain specialist

first_img“No child under the age of 18 should be heading the ball in soccer,” said the 49-year-old Nigeria-born naturalised American.“Kids under the age of 12 to 14 should play a less contact form of soccer which we should develop for them.“Kids between 12 and 18 can play but should not head the ball.“I know this is difficult for many people but science evolves. We change with time. Society changes. It is time for us to change some of our ways.”Omalu, whose discovery of the impact of CTE on NFL players arose from his autopsy of former Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Webster in 2002, said heading a football was dangerous and that it should be restricted even at professional level.“It does not make sense to control an object travelling at a high velocity with your head,” he said.“I believe, eventually, at the professional level we need to restrict heading of the ball. It is dangerous.”The side effects of heading has been a burning issue since an inquest into the death of former England and West Brom striker Jeff Astle ruled he died from brain trauma caused by heading old heavy leather footballs.He died in 2004, aged 72, after suffering with Alzheimer’s for almost 10 years following his 16-year football career.A second former professional player, Rod Taylor, was also recently diagnosed with a similar form of dementia linked to heading the ball, after his family donated his brain to scientists for analysis following his death aged 74 earlier this year.Several other high profile footballers — including a trio of England’s 1966 World Cup winning team in Martin Peters, Nobby Stiles and the late Ray Wilson — have also been diagnosed with dementia.“The human brain floats like a balloon inside your skull so when you head the ball you suffer brain damage,” said Omalu.“You damage your brain when you head the ball.“Playing soccer would increase your risk of suffering brain damage when you are much older and developing dementia and CTE.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000A leading specialist in brain injuries Doctor Bennett Omalu called for children under the age of 18 not to be allowed to head a football © AFP / Paul ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 8 – The debate over the damage inflicted by heading a football took another turn on Wednesday as a leading expert in brain injuries said children under the age of 18 should not be allowed to.Doctor Bennett Omalu, who was the first specialist to discover how American footballers were affected by the brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), told the BBC he realised his remarks might jar with some people but that society was evolving.last_img read more

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Dangerous work: Uniting Iraq’s tribes

first_imgWith U.S. soldiers’s protection, Gov. Raad Rashid al-Tamimi, a Shiite, sat atop a desk in a dilapidated schoolhouse early last week and goaded a dozen of Guba’s tribal elders to join a reconciliation effort that has so far enticed 19 of the province’s 26 major tribes. A day later, a suicide bomber ravaged another such reconciliation meeting in al-Tamimi’s hometown of Baqouba, killing at least 15 people and lightly wounding the 52-year-old governor, who was believed to be the target. Two U.S. soldiers were wounded. Such is the ebb and flow of reconciliation and violence in Diyala province, a battered landscape of warring tribes, fertile valleys and pockets of al-Qaida fighters. The sectarian and tribal chasms are wide here, and elected officials – who are mostly Shiite – cannot safely travel the province’s sectarian patchwork. “The governor wouldn’t come here alone, and I wouldn’t let him. This has been a very dangerous place,” said Col. David Sutherland, the top U.S. commander in Diyala, who escorted al-Tamimi on his weekend tour along with about 20 U.S. soldiers. Despite threats on his life, American forces have stepped up pressure on al-Tamimi to unite tribal leaders, after a series of military offensives launched this summer sought to clear the province of al-Qaida in Iraq militants. WAR: Efforts to pacify Diyala province make progress despite attacks on the region’s leader. By Lauren Frayer THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GUBA, Iraq – A convoy of strangers rumbled into this quiet Sunni village on a riverbed north of Baghdad, their armored vehicles enveloping the town in a cloud of dust. Peeking out from mud brick homes, suspicious residents tried to get a glimpse at the intruders. It was their governor – a man this poor farming village had never seen in his nearly three years in office. The U.S. blames the terrorist group for exacerbating tribal fights in the province, where dozens of U.S. soldiers have died in a bid to pacify tribal conflict and chase out or kill foreign fighters linked with al-Qaida. Thousands of U.S. and Iraqi forces stormed the provincial capital of Baqouba in June, targeting suspected militant cells and sending civilians into hiding for weeks during the fighting. Three months later, traffic floods the downtown area, where bags of fresh bread are piled high outside newly reopened food markets. Construction workers stack cement blocks to repair a house pockmarked with bullets. U.S. military officials say they want to capitalize on these signs of progress by engaging tribal leaders who were too scared to come forward before. Nearly 1 million of Diyala’s 1.6 million residents are followers of sheiks who have signed a U.S.-sponsored reconciliation agreement in recent months, U.S. military officials said. But policing the pledge is difficult, and U.S. officials acknowledge that some sheiks may renounce violence in front of U.S. commanders but succumb to sectarian pressure afterward. In Diyala, the challenge is not only to get Sunnis to deny al-Qaida refuge in their ranks. It is also to unite Sunni and Shiite factions that have fought generations-long battles that were made worse by the U.S.-led war and influx of foreign fighters. “Reconciliation here has to penetrate tribe, sect, family and geography,” Sutherland said. “These are the fault lines, and they’re much more complex here.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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‘He’s better than Andrea Pirlo already!’ Arsenal fans are getting excited about teen star

first_img Gedion Zelalem Arsenal fans have been told many times over the last couple of years they have a talent on their hands with Gedion Zelalem.His sporadic friendly appearances are all most Gunners fans have seen of the teen – until now.The 18-year-old is currently on loan with Rangers in the Scottish Championship and another fine display has left supporters cooing of his ability.Zelalem registered an assist as his new side thumped Queen of the South 5-1 and he’s drawing comparison with some of the most gifted players around.You can see how Arsenal fans reacted below… 1last_img

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ALL YOUR WEEKEND GAA RESULTS

first_imgGAA RESULTS – COUNTY DONEGALBrian McCormick Sports Division 1 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 12-Aug-2012 St Michaels 3 – 21 1 – 7 Ardara Pairc Naomh MichealBrian McCormick Sports Division 1Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 12-Aug-2012 St Michaels 1 – 9 2 – 10 Ardara Pairc Naomh MichealMcGlynn’s Restaurant Castlefin Division 2Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Glenfin 2 – 9 3 – 17 Malin Pairc Ghleann FhinneThe All Sports Donegal Town 2012 Intermediate ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 12-Aug-2012 Naomh Columba 0 – 9 0 – 9 Naomh Colmcille Pairc na nGaeil Glencolmcille 1St. Round Line: D Callaghan/M Mc GlincheyBrian McCormick Sports Division 1Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Gaoth Dobhair 1 – 9 1 – 9 Glenswilly Machaire Gathlan Mount Errigal Hotel Junior A Football ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Naomh Padraig-Muff 0 – 15 1 – 13 Milford Muff 1st. Round Line: P Melough/S FaulknerBrian McCormick Sports Division 1Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Naomh Conaill 1 – 9 2 – 11 Fourmasters Glenties Davy Brennan MemorialMount Errigal Hotel Junior A Football ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Na Rossa 1 – 4 0 – 13 Convoy Pairc Dooey 1st. Round Line: J Brennan/R O DonnellBrian McCormick Sports Division 1Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Dungloe 2 – 9 0 – 8 Kilcar DungloeBrian McCormick Sports Division 1 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Gaoth Dobhair 1 – 10 2 – 3 Glenswilly Machaire Gathlan12-Aug-2012 Naomh Conaill 2 – 6 1 – 14 Fourmasters Glenties Davy Brennan MemorialThe All Sports Donegal Town 2012 Intermediate Reserve ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Naomh Columba 0 – 12 2 – 5 Naomh Colmcille Pairc na nGaeil GlencolmcilleMcGlynn’s Restaurant Castlefin Division 2 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Glenfin 3 – 7 0 – 8 Malin Pairc Ghleann FhinneBrian McCormick Sports Division 1 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment12-Aug-2012 Dungloe 2 – 4 1 – 12 Kilcar DungloeCentra Supermarkets Division 3Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Carndonagh 0 – 7 1 – 13 Termon CarndonaghMount Errigal Hotel Junior B Football ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Na Rossa 1 – 12 0 – 6 Downings Pairc DooeyMount Errigal Hotel Junior A Football ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Robert Emmets 1 – 12 1 – 9 Moville Robert Emmets 1st. Round Line: K Molloy/P Mc GintyCentra Supermarkets Division 3Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Buncrana 1 – 17 0 – 10 Burt Buncrana ScarveyThe All Sports Donegal Town 2012 Intermediate ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Urris 1 – 10 0 – 10 Naomh Mhuire Urris Pairc Ui Chraimhsaigh 1st Round Line: JJ Lafferty/L DevenneyMount Errigal Hotel Junior A Football ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Red Hughs 0 – 5 0 – 11 Downings Red Hughs 1st. Round Line: G Mc Hugh/C FoyThe All Sports Donegal Town 2012 Intermediate Reserve ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Urris 0 – 10 3 – 13 Naomh Mhuire Urris Pairc Ui Chraimhsaigh PrelimCentra Supermarkets Division 3 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Carndonagh 2 – 11 1 – 6 Termon Carndonagh11-Aug-2012 Buncrana 1 – 10 0 – 11 Burt Buncrana ScarveyMarley Coach Hire Division 4Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Letterkenny Gaels 2 – 8 2 – 13 Naomh Padraig Leifear LetterkennyMarley Coach Hire Division 4 ReserveDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment11-Aug-2012 Letterkenny Gaels 0 – 6 2 – 12 Naomh Padraig Leifear LetterkennyCentra Supermarkets U21 A Football ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment07-Aug-2012 St Eunans 1 – 12 1 – 9 MacCumhaills O Donnell ParkDONEGAL SOUTHKellys Furniture Falcarragh Minor Division One ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment08-Aug-2012 Malin 0 1 – 5 Gaoth Dobhair Malin Not PlayedCrawfords Trophies u/14 Division 1 ChampionshipDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment06-Aug-2012 Gaoth Dobhair 2 – 13 1 – 7 St Michaels Falcarragh-Pairc Naomh Fionnan champ shield final extra time if neededALL YOUR WEEKEND GAA RESULTS was last modified: August 13th, 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:GAA RESULTSlast_img read more

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