Supper-conjuration of the template promoted by Setién himself

first_imgNevertheless, the arrival of Setién has served to boost this type of initiatives, which are always well received among the players.It is evident that the arrival of the Cantabrian coach is beginning to revolutionize the work routine I was wearing the team so far. To get started, eliminated the rest day the team had on Wednesday, also put a double session the day before, organizes a dinner on Thursday, puts the Friday afternoon training so that players can extend the night a bit, on Saturday the team will train in the morning but without knowing the list of summoned, since the same day of the match a session is called at 12 o’clock and subsequent call. There is no doubt that Quique Setién has arrived with the intention of putting his seal to the team as soon as possible. In fact, since last September that the staff did not call a dinner, since the traditional Christmas could not be celebrated because of the tight calendar during those weeks and the lack of lace to organize such a party. The staff of FC Barcelona took advantage of this Friday they exercise in the afternoon to make an exit and meet all under the table and tablecloth of a well-known restaurant in the upper area of ​​Barcelona, ​​as advanced TV3. The dinner was sponsored by the coach himself, Quique Setién, which considers this type of key initiatives for the group to continue strengthening its links and function as a pineapple.last_img read more

‘You’ve to run like a champion’ – Jamaica’s women revel in 4x400m gold-medal triumph

first_img perennial bridesmaids Buoyed by the confidence of fielding four persons in the 400 metres final a few days earlier and simply tired of losing to the Americans, Jamaica’s women’s 4x400m relay team stepped on to the Bird’s Nest’s mondo track knowing that something had to give. It had been 14 years since the quartet of Sandie Richards, Catherine Scott, Debbie-Ann Parris, and Lorraine Fenton won the 4x400m at the 2001 World Championships in Edmonton, Canada. Back then, the Jamaicans beat Germany and Russia into second and third, respectively, with Fenton, World and Olympic silver medallist, making the most of a mistake from the US anchor leg runner, Suziann Reid, who had dropped the baton after receiving it with a 10-metre lead. The United States has since won the event at four of the next six World Championships that followed. This time, however, the Jamaicans, who are perennial bridesmaids, having won four silver and two bronze medals, were more confident than ever after their four athletes – Christine Day, Shericka Jackson, Stephenie-Ann McPherson, and Novlene Williams-Mills – had earlier created history by becoming the first quartet from the same country to compete in a World Championships 400m final. Cancer survivor Williams-Mills showed that she is just as determined on the track, as she tracked American Francena McCorory like a predator stalking its prey, striking at the top of the 100m straight and pulling away to lead the Jamaicans home in a world-leading 3:19.13, with the Americans finishing second in 3:19.44 andlast_img read more

In Presidential Convoy Chief Drug Case, DEA Admits Burning Seized Drugs, Evidence

first_imgDrug Enforcement Agency (DEA) chief of investigation, who testified on Wednesday, alleged that nine of the 10 bags of marijuana held as evidence were destroyed by the agency.The drug was allegedly seized from the former commander of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s convoy, in Grand Cape Mount County.Col. Augustine Doe further testified that they had delivered the balance one bag to the Magisterial Court in Grand Cape Mount County.The 10 bags, according to the DEA, weighed 315 kilograms and valued at L$330,750,000.    DEA is an institution that is responsible to enforce the country’s drug laws, as well as, consolidate and coordinate the government’s drug control activities.Testifying as prosecutors’ fourth witness, Doe told the court that pieces of evidence relating to Perry Dolo being involved with the drugs were destroyed.Dolo pleaded not guilty when charges were read to him; he was subsequently denied bail.Defending their action, Doe said the reason was that they feared the marijuana would have gone missing in the process.“We submitted the nine bags marijuana for destruction, after we have documented and photographed them, because we never wanted them to go missing,” Doe further alleged.The state’s key witness added that the  “United Nations Commission on Drug , the Liberia National Police (LNP), the DEA and state holders  were all part of the public burning exercise of the drugs.”Doe’s testimony came in a trial involving Perry Dolo, a former presidential convoy chief, who is charged alone with four other defendants with unlawful possession of narcotic drug and criminal facilitation by the Grand Jury for Grand Cape Mount County.The prosecutors witness said, though the defendants were not represented by a counsel during their investigation, they admitted about their involvement in the commission of the crime.Defendant Perry T. Dolo, together with four other persons; Sekou Rogers, Augustine Saah, Cyrus Slewion and Mohammed Bah, were  arrested on November 9, 2013,  at a joint security check point in Teini, Grand Cape Mount County, in a plan to smuggle the  drugs into Liberia   from Sierra Leone.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Barnesville Anti-Ebola Team Introduces ‘New Methods’, Awareness Is not Enough: Contact Tracing Is Key

first_imgTo deal decisively with the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) and prevent it, once and for all, from further spreading,  residents of Barnesville, outside Monrovia, have developed a well coordinated ‘new method’ to carry out their interventions.This comes against the backdrop of the intensity of the fight against the EVD across the country. In Barnesville, one of the housing estates off Somalia Drive, several community leaders have equally created their own interventions to eliminate the disease.One person through whose personal financial intervention empowered leaders of the 17 communities there to develop their own methods to let go of the EVD, is the country’s the Minister of National Defense, Brownie J. Samukai, Jr.Mr. Samukai has single-handedly outsourced the fight through the provision of over US$4,000, which he earlier donated to the team for the initiative to go out into the estate and help the people to protect themselves from the deadly virus.The township’s general chairman, Nathaniel T. Solo, has organized ‘hardworking’ groups under the auspices of the Barnesville Ebola Awareness (Taskforce).Mr. Solo started his interview with the Daily Observer Tuesday by first expressing gratitude to Minister Samuakai for his intervention and creative idea to infuse a new philosophy into members of the taskforce, backed by a substantial cash donation.Mr. Solo then told our reporter that  instead of just creating awareness and sensitizing through messages as it is often done in other communities across the country, “we are involved with tracing of suspected cases, disease surveillance (close watch), and then quarantining family members of those victimized by Ebola.”“After these processes, we often feed those quarantined for 21 days with help from Minister Samukai. The Minister has also provided 17 pieces of the non-contact thermometers to each leader of the communities. We also acknowledged the US$100 assistance from “Villagers” led  by Dee Zoe Lake,” daughter of the man who lived to be 103 before he answered the Lord’s call a few years ago.According to Mr. Solo, he has,  in collaboration with leaders of each community group, devised a means whereby each of the 17 communities is represented by two persons who serve on the team as chair and co-chair, respectively.He named some of Barnesville communities as Behwein, Palm Field, 1407 Block ‘C’, 1603, Kpan Town, E.J Goodride Estate, etc.Solo said members of each group are protected from rainfall, “because each one is dressed up in a rain coat, but not allowed to come into  physical contact with suspected persons, due to the severity of the disease.”Earlier, members of the team participated in a two-day  workshop, facilitated by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) working with the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), Dr. Josiah George. As a result of setting up the Community Taskforce, Mr. Solo observed that community dwellers who once harbored sick relatives are now cooperating with the team,  thereby bringing their sick ones to the public for assistance.According to Mr. Solo, what is more encouraging about the team’s interventions is that each member is compensated on a daily basis.However, for the continuity of the exercise until Liberia is declared Ebola-free in the shortest period of time, Mr. Solo has appealed to the National Taskforce to buttress  Minister Samukai’s efforts, by giving whatever other assistance the National Task Force can to keep this good work ongoing. Clearly, the efforts of Minister Samukai, Mr. Solo, Dr. Josiah George and the entire people of Barnersville‘s 17 communities need support to maintain the effective work they are doing to defeat Ebola in that part of Monrovia. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Margibi Authorities Begin Health Workers’ Encouragement Package Scheme

first_imgAuthorities of Margibi County have begun distributing what they termed motivational benefits to health workers at C.H. Rennie, government’s only referral hospital in Kakata City.Addressing several government and volunteer health workers, Margibi Supt. John Zubah Buway said the county administration, including the Legislative Caucus thought it prudent to allocate some money from the county development funds to give  to health workers as an encouragement package.According to Supt. Buway, not all health workers in the county would benefit from the health workers’ motivational package due to what he described as some financial disparity.“We are starting with workers at our government hospital (C.H. Rennie) and this exercise will continue until the government can start paying you people salary and other benefits,” Supt. Buway promised.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Preps: Apaches steal the show

first_img L.A. Adventist 56, Summit View West 10 Senior forward Chlanae Johnson had 18 points and 16 rebounds as the Eagles (8-4, 4-0) beat the visiting Wildcats (2-4, 0-2) in Mulholland League action. Carson 49, Gardena 46 In a game played late Friday, the Colts (6-12, 1-1) evened their Marine League record with a win at Gardena (1-1 league). Senior forward Saw-Ann Bryan had 15 points for Carson, while sophomore guard Tasha Cruz contributed 11 points for Carson, which hosts Banning Wednesday at 5 p.m. GIRLS WATER POLO Agoura Hills 13, Wilson 5; Laguna Beach 11, Wilson 3 Sophomore Cassie Schroeder scored three goals on the day, but the Bruins (7-9) fell in two games in the consolation bracket of the Santa Barbara Tournament. Brittany Brathewaite had a goal in each game for Wilson, which faces Montebello Tuesday afternoon at Belmont Plaza pool. WRESTLING In the Warren Dual Tournament, senior Arron Arevalos went 5-0 in the 119-pound weight class, including four wins by pin, to win the lower-weight MVP award. Sophomore Derek Chang was 4-1 for Warren (24-1) in the 103-pound class, pinning his opponent in each of his victories. Senior Fernando Ruiz had three pins, a technical fall and a decision in the 125-pound class for the Bears, who host rival Downey at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Senior forward Bernard Burrell added 12 points and three blocked shots to help overcome 21 points by Serra sophomore guard Keion Bell. GIRLS BASKETBALL Lynwood 51, Mt. Miguel 42 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Junior center Lenita Sanford had 13 points and 13 rebounds as the Knights (8-4) won in the La Jolla Country Day Classic. Sophomore guard Jasmine Crayon had 11 points for Lynwood, which hosts Dominguez at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday. Campbell Hall 62, California Academy of Math and Sciences 22 Jessie Gortikov scored 17 points to lead Campbell Hall to past CAMS in a Delphic League tilt. Christen Johnson paced CAMS (3-5, 0-3) with 11 points. center_img Maybe it wasn’t the marquee game of the Pangos Dream Classic, but the Centennial High boys basketball team still put forth its best effort in Saturday afternoon’s 56-47 win against Serra. As part of the tournament played at Hope International University, the Apaches (15-2) took on the Cavaliers (13-5) in the 2:30 p.m. game. Centennial’s Jervaughn Johnson had the flu, but that did not deter the senior forward as he scored 16 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead the way. last_img read more


first_imgDonegal County Council’s Library Service is proud to host, ‘Remembering 1916: Ethical and Global Perspectives’ Conference in the Mount Errigal Hotel Letterkenny, Wed 17 February 2016, 9.30am – 1pm.This conference is based on a book currently being written by Dr. Johnston Mc Masters.Dr McMasters, lecturer and co-ordinator of the Education for Reconciliation programme, Irish School of Ecumenics, Belfast will present his thoughts on how to appropriately commemorate events such as the 1916 Rising. Dr Cathy Higgins, Assistant Professor on the Education for Reconciliation programme, Irish School of Ecumenics, Belfast, will also present an interesting perspective on women and the Rising and how the Rising was viewed by literary artists.In preparation for the Conference we are also hosting four workshops in Central Library, Letterkenny on: Ethics of Memory, Thurs 14 Jan; Ethics & the 1916 Rising, Thurs 21 Jan 2016; Ethics & the Battle of the Somme, Thurs 28 Jan; Commemoration & the Protestant experience in Donegal, Thurs 11 February. All workshops 6.30-8pmAll events are free of charge but places are limited and booking is essential.To book please telephone Central Library at 074 9124950 or email These events are part of Donegal Co Council’s 1916:2016 Centenary Programme.PrintHUGE INTEREST EXPECTED IN LIBRARY SERVICE’S ‘REMEMBERING 1916’ CONFERENCE was last modified: January 8th, 2016 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:1916 REBELLIONDONEGA LIBRARY SERVICEDonegal County Councillast_img read more

Five players scarier than a Roy Keane death stare

first_imgOn Halloween, it’s important to remember those unfortunate enough to have run into some of football’s scariest players.Roy Keane was, and still is, a scary man, but thinks it has found worse than the former Manchester United captain…JOE JORDAN 6 6 “I saw him about two weeks later at the races. The other Wigan players were trying to shunt me over towards him, but I got away with it.“I wouldn’t even try to take him. He’s huge.“I would run, or hide behind one of my bigger friends.”KEVIN MUSCATLet’s leave this one to Peter Crouch to explain. “Kevin Muscat scared me,” he recently revealed. “You know people would say: ‘I’m going to break your legs’ – when he would say it, you genuinely believed him.”CLAUDIO GENTILE Clearly nobody explained to Gennaro Gattuso, who Joe Jordan was when he squared up to the Spurs coach during a Champions League game in 2011.And when he grabbed his throat, manager Harry Redknapp pulled his pal away – for Gattuso’s own safety.He had a fearsome reputation as a player that saw him turn out for Leeds, Manchester United and represent Scotland – a quality striker with no teeth. In fact, the more teeth he lost, the harder he became.“Joe’s name was one of those you dreaded seeing on the team-sheet when it was delivered to the dressing room,” former Liverpool defender Alan Hansen once wrote.“In 1979, we were drawn to play Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final and there was some debate over whether Joe would be fit to play. When we were given their line-up and there, at number nine, was his name, I was seriously unhappy.” Warning: If you see this man, run the other way 6 6 Would you burgle this man’s house? That’s 6ft 4in of anti-theft technology right there as would-be robbers on Merseyside will tell you The moment Jimmy Bullard instantly regretted calling out Duncan Ferguson DUNCAN FERGUSON On the subject of frightening Liverpool players, it would be wrong not to mention Graeme Souness. When you overshadow a player known as the ‘Butcher of Bilbao’, you’ve probably got something about you. That’s what the former Liverpool midfielder and captain did when the Reds saw off Andoni Goikoetxea’s Athletic Bilbao in the 1984 European Cup. Souness, you see, was capable of almost decapitating a man with his foot.BONUSThe time Vinnie Jones frightened the life out of Gazza during a Wimbledon v Newcastle game. Gentile by name, not by nature as almost any player who has faced the Italian will attest to “My character was not to intimidate, but to show I was the boss on the pitch,” Gentile once explained. Yes, he’s the most inappropriately named footballer ever; a man marker who would leave a mark on his opponent. His commitment to the dark arts was legendary.“If he knocked you down, he’d pretend to the referee he was helping you up, but what he was actually doing was digging his nails into you, so you’d react to that,” ex-Rangers player Gordon Smith said, while former Celtic star Frank McGarvey said Gentile once knocked him out on the pitch.“He just came up behind me and punched me in the head. I was unconscious. Our physio brought me round with smelling salts – and they were disgusting,” he said adding that at full-time he went in search for revenge in the tunnel, but could not get to the Italian. “That was probably the best thing that ever happened to me because he was twice my size!”TOMMY SMITHHe was known as the ‘Anfield Iron’ who presumably has two trophy cabinets at home – one for the four league titles, two FA and UEFA Cups and the European Cup and the other for the vast amount of opponent’s bones he has collected over the years. He was uncompromising and someone to avoid.“I did warn players,” he told the Telegraph in 2008. “When Jimmy Greaves came out at Anfield one time I handed him a piece of paper. He said: ‘What’s this?’ I said: ‘Just open it.’ It was the menu from the Liverpool Infirmary.” 6 6 Moments after big Dunc had been sent off for punching Wigan’s Paul Scharner in the ribs, Jimmy Bullard tried to have some fun with the Everton striker.Ferguson, remember, is the first professional footballer to be jailed for an on-the-field assault and who has decked burglars unlucky enough to try and rob his house.“As he walked off I shouted out, trying to be funny: ‘I’ll see you in the tunnel at the end of the game’” Bullard told Four Four Two.“I was just trying to have a laugh. And he was like, ‘Yeah. All right.’“And I was like, ‘Oh!’ Tommy Smith aka the ‘Anfield Iron,’ was an uncompromising player Joe Jordan is lead away for Gennaro Gattuso’s own protection last_img read more


first_imgA female Garda received injuries to her face and neck during an assault in Drumkeen.The case was heard at Letterkenny District Court.A case of assault causing harm against the man allegedly responsible for the incident was mentioned at Letterkenny District Court today. John Breslin, 57, of Drimnacarron, Frosses is charged with the incident which took place on February 26th last.The court heard how Garda Michelle Kelly had to take six days off work after her ordeal.She had to be treated for soft tissue injury to the right side of her face.She also suffered form shoulder and neck pain and is still attending a physiotherapist.Judge Denis McLaughlin told the court that he was refusing jurisdiction in the case and adjourned the matter for a book of evidence until February 3rd next.FEMALE GARDA RECEIVES INJURIES TO HER FACE DURING ALLEGED ASSAULT was last modified: December 2nd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ASSAULT CAUSING HARMEVIDENCEFROSSESGardaJOHN BRESLINJUDGE DENIS MCLAUGHLINlast_img read more


first_imgUSL Results & Reports 10.08.14Results4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League Letterkenny Rovers 2 – 3 Cockhill Celtic**Cockhill Celtic are League ChampionsFinn Harps Res. 1 – 2 Bonagee Utd. DPD Div. 1Cup Semi-FinalsDrumkeen Utd. Res. 2 – 5 Bonagee Utd. Res.Letterkenny Rovers Res. 5 – 1 Fanad Utd. Res.ReportsCockhill Retain Title After Friel Hat-Trick Letterkenny Rovers 2Cockhill Celtic 3Cockhill Celtic were crowned 2014 Ulster Senior League champions after having to come from behind twice to eventually defeat Letterkenny Rovers 3-2 at Leckview Park.Cockhill went into the game knowing a win would secure title glory but that victory seemed like a million miles away when Rovers took the lead after only ten minutes. A free kick from the left hand side was whipped in by Neil Lloyd and it found David Shovlin and his cute header deceived Gavin Cullen to put the hosts ahead. The visitors responded well and equalised on 21 minutes. Oisin McColgan with an incisive pass found Garbhan Friel and as he attempted to round Rovers defender John Doherty, referee Stephen Toner adjudged that Doherty had handled the ball. Friel made no mistake from the penalty spot slotting it past Jason Quinn in the Rovers goal with ease. Cockhill had a glorious chance to go in front on 27 minutes when Derek Doherty capitalised on a mistake by Aaron O’Hagan. Doherty played a ball through to Conor Carlin who tried to place his shot low into the corner but the ball hit Jason Quinn who managed to retreat and gather the ball. Rovers never really tested the Cockhill defence but regained the lead on 37 minutes. Stevie Okakpo raced on to along through ball and was bundled over unnecessarily by Gavin Cullen just inside the box. Darren McElwaine stepped up and scored his second penalty in week past Cullen to ensure Rovers held a 2-1 advantage at half time. Rovers were intent on spoiling the title party and should have put the game beyond doubt two minutes into the second half. Stevie Okakpo mishit an effort while well placed and Johnny Bonner should have done better at the far post but shot wide after a McElwaine cross to the far post. This seemed to be a turning point as Cockhill went straight up the pitch to equalise on 49 minutes. A wonderful cross from Gerry Gill found Garbhan Friel and his looping header went over Quinn to the sound of huge cheers from the large army of away supporters. Indeed they didnt have to wait too long before what turned out to be the League winning goal arrived just 3 minutes later. A corner from Gerry Gill found Friel at the near post and the ball seemed to come off his knee and bounced into the ground and into the net to spark off scenes of wild celebration from the Cockhill faithful. The Inishowen men did have chances to extend their lead with Conor Carlin again guilty on 68 minutes. A long kick out from Cullen was expertly taken down by the former Drumkeen man and he had plenty of time but somehow his lob over Quinn went just over. Letterkenny did have a couple of chances to equalise with a Johnny Bonner rasper bring a top notch save from Cullen while a John Doherty header also caused some panic in the Cockhill defence as time was running out while James Bradley should have done better for the visitors but blazed high and wide on 87 minutesWhen referee Stephen Toner who was excellent throughout blew the final whistle it sparked scenes of jubilation and ensured that Cockhill defended their title with a game to spare. Celtic are back at Leckview next Saturday when they play Swilly Rovers in the League cup final and are attempting to win the double double having also won both competitions in 2013Letterkenny Rovers; Jason Quinn, Ryan Gildea, Neil Lloyd, John Doherty, Johnathan Minnock, David Shovlin, Gareth Doherty, Aaron O’Hagan, Darren McElwaine, Stevie Okakpo, Johnny Bonner. Subs; Stephen O’Donnell for Shovlin 75 minsCockhill Celtic; Gavin Cullen, Kieran McLaughlin, Oisin McColgan, Mal McDermott, William O’Connor, Derek Doherty, James Bradley, Liam O’Donnell, Conor Carlin, Garbhán Friel, Gerry Gill. Bonagee Up to FourthFinn Harps Res. 1Bonagee Utd. 2Bonagee started brightly with Kevin Barr having a few attempts on goal that were well saved by Shaun Patton. Dean McConnell & Darragh Black had good efforts for Harps that were well saved by the Bonagee keeper. Frankie McBrearty put the away side in front 20mins in as he finished low in to the bottom corner. Ryan McFadden doubled the lead in the 40th min as he headed home from a free kick. The second half was open with both sides having numerous efforts on goal and Harps got back in to the game in the 71st minute as Jack Dean finished well after a great through ball from Jordan Loftus. Loftus then had a free kick come back off the crossbar as Harps pushed for the equaliser, but the Bonagee men held out for the victory.DIV 1 Cup Semi-FinalsRovers Cruise Into FinalLetterkenny Rovers Res. 5Fanad Utd. Res. 1Letterkenny Rovers advanced to the final of the reserve league cup and a meeting with local neighbours Bonagee Utd following a comfortable 5-1 victory over Fanad Utd at Leckview Park on Saturday afternoon.No real chances were created in a feisty opening to the game before Rovers took the lead on 22 minutes. The impressive Luke Nelis did well beating a couple of men before playing the ball wide to Kevin O’Donnell and he pulled the ball back to BJ Banda and his left foot shot beat Joe Coll low to the bottom corner. Fanad had barely time to recover when Rovers doubled their advantage on 27 minutes. Again it was Nelis who was the catalyst. Nelis went on another mazy run before being brought down by Ronan Sweeney who received a yellow card for his indiscretion. Veteran Anthony Gorman stood up and drilled a trademark free which beat Joe Coll with the aid of a deflection. Fanad never really threatened with a couple of efforts from Jaydee Alawiye going high over the bar and not troubling home netminder Christopher O’Donnell. Any hopes Fanad had of fashioning a comeback were dealt a major blow just before halftime. Another Gorman free kick could only be parried out by Fanad keeper Coll and the ball fell to the inrushing Kieran Doherty who finished with aplomb high in to the roof of the net to loud cheers from the home faithful.Fanad however got a lifeline straight after the break. A speculative long ball from Coll found Adam Serrinha and he ran into the box and while attempting to round goalkeeper Chris O’Donnell was brought down. Referee Marty McGarrigle had no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Jaydee Aliwaye stepped up and had no problem hammering home a fine penalty to bring Fanad back into the game. Letterkenny did have chances to extend their lead again with Adrian Delap firing over when well-placed while Dan O’Donnell somehow put the ball wide from close in before they did find the net again on 63 minutes. BJ Banda found himself in a race with Joe Coll a long way out following a long diagonal ball. Banda won the race before finding the net with a super effort from 35 yards. Letterkenny put the icing on the cake on 76 minutes when Odhran McMacken fired high following good work by Jason Doherty. Fanad had a couple of chances for a consolation late on with Declan Sweeney going close with a header just over the bar while Adam Serrinha had an effort just wideLetterkenny now play Bonagee in the final but are back in action on Tuesday when they could win the League away to Drumkeen.Letterkenny Rovers; Christopher O’Donnell, Kieran Doherty, Luke Nelis, Dan O’Donnell, Michael Herrity, Kevin McGrath, Kevin O’Donnell, Anthony Gorman, Jason Doherty, BJ Banda, Adrian Delap. Subs; Noah Mailey for Herrity 9 mins, McMacken for Banda 67 mins, Igor Arriel for Kevin O’ Donnell 70, Gareth Doherty for Gorman 77 mins, Zach Gorman for Jason Doherty 84 minsFanad Utd; Joe Coll, Ronan Sweeney, Adam Salhi, Glenn McNulty, Declan Sweeney, Jaydee Alawiye, Conor Blaney, James McCahill, David Adetuyi, Keelan McElwaine, Adam Serrinha. Subs; Mark Wilson for Adetuyi 37 mins, Kyle Burke for Aliwaye 64 mins, Joe Friel for Salhi 70 mins, Eoghan Lafferty for McElwaine 74 minsReferee; Marty McGarrigle; Assts.: Brian O’Kane, Barry Hunter.Bonagee Set-Up Rovers ShowdownDrumkeen Utd. Res. 2Bonagee Utd. Res. 5Drumkeen started this game on a bright note and after 10 minutes a Benny Bonner free kick found the head of G Bonner who found himself unmarked in the 6 yard box to knock the ball home for the opening goal. Bonagee drew level after 26 minutes when some slack marking in the home defence allowed S Murphy to score, Bonagee scored again after 36 minutes again the home defence failed to clear O Barron scoring. Drumkeen drew level on the 40 minutes J Black pass to Peter McName on the left who crossed to Shane Lafferty to leave the teams 2 each at half time. The young home team found Bonagee to strong in the second half and Bonagee went on to score three more to put them in the final of this competition. The club wish Bonagee good luck in the final.FixturesTuesday, August 12th at 7pm4 Lanterns USLFanad Utd. v Swilly Rovers Ref. M. McGarrigleDPD Div. 1Drumkeen Utd. Res. v Letterkenny Rovers Res. Ref. C. McLaughlinWednesday, August 13th at 7pmDPD Div. 1Swilly Rovers Res. v Fanad Utd. Res. Ref. V. McLaughlinSaturday, August 16thDonegal News League Cup Final at Leckview (4pm)Cockhill Celtic v Swilly RoversRef. P. Coll; Assts. P. Duddy & V. McLaughlinDPD Div. 1Letterkenny Rovers Res. v Fanad Utd. Res.* Ref. C. McLaughlin*To be played in BonageeDrumkeen Utd. Res. v Swilly Rovers Res. Ref. M. QuinnSunday, August 17th at Leckview (2pm)Shield FinalBonagee Utd. v Drumkeen Utd.Ref. P. Duddy; Assts.: V. McLaughlin & M. McGarrigleTuesday, August 19th at 7pmDPD Div. 1Bonagee Utd. Res. v Letterkenny Rovers Res. Ref. C. McLaughlinFanad Utd. Res. v Drumkeen Utd. Res. Ref. S. TonerDPD First Division 10.08.144 Lanterns Ulster Senior League Table 10.08.14*Cockhill Celtic are the 2014 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League championsCOCKHILL CELTIC CELEBRATE RETAINING 4 LANTERNS ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE TITLE was last modified: August 10th, 2014 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:4 lanternsChampionsCockhill CelticUlster Senior Leaguelast_img read more