Homepage BannerNews Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase Let us reflect briefly on the spirit of generosity in the lives of Margaret and Mairead, and how we are all the richer for having known them.Margaret McGonagle, née McKennaBorn, Sligo 1948.Married and moved to Bruckless, Co Donegal in 1970.Three children: Roger, Geoffrey and Mairead.Dedicated her life to the home and children.When all children were reared Margaret returned to education and became an accredited counsellor.She was to the fore setting up the Donegal Rape Crisis in her early work and proceeded to work in different areas helping others with their trauma and difficulties.An example of Margaret’s work was captured in the following tribute which is indicative of the sterling work she did with her clients, which I received in the past few days:“Mags Facebook Funerals underway of County Louth crash victims Google+ By News Highland – July 24, 2017 Born 1 October 1979.Lived in Bruckless all her life, a real home-bird, at the age of 18 Mairead moved to nearby Glenties, but after three days returned home to Mammy homesick!Mairead was a champion Irish dancer and danced in both the Ulster and All-Ireland competitions.In 2002 Mairead married Declan and they had a baby boy, Caoimhin, sadly Declan passed away in 2009.Several years later she was blessed to meet Pauric and they began a happy life together with Caoimhin.Having just celebrated their first wedding anniversary, it was tragically cut short by last week’s accident. Mairead was much loved by many people, especially by Caoimhin, Pauric, her family and her friends. Mairead will be sorely missed in all our hearts.Rest in peace Mairead, a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother and friend. Pinterest Twitter The deaths of three Donegal women in a car crash has devastated their local community.The funeral mass of Margaret McGonigle and her daughter Mairead Mundy has been taking place this morning in the Church of St Joseph and St Conal, Bruckless. The funeral of their close friend Rachel Battles will take place in the same church at 2.30 this afternoon.The three women in a car crash in Co Louth in the early hours of last Friday morning.Parish priest Fr James Sweeney told the congregation this morning that the death of the three women has been a huge blow to everyone who knew them……………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/frsweeneyfuneral1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homily notes of Father James Sweeney PP for the Funeral Mass of Margaret McGonagle and Mairead Mundy RIP Church of Saint Joseph and Saint Conal, Bruckless, Co Donegal, Diocese of RaphoeToday we gather as a community to commend the souls of Margaret McGonagle, her daughter Mairead Mundy and friend Rachel Battles to the care and mercy of God.We, as a community give thanks today for the gifts of their lives.Death is always difficult to deal with but the death of two members of one family and a family friend leaves with us a very acute pain.The sense of loss can almost be overwhelming and indeed very difficult for the human mind to comprehend.The community has rallied together over the last few days to support all the families involved. The sense of community spirit has brought the parish together helping to provide all the support and assistance we can humanly give.This tragedy has devastated the community and a sense of shock permeates the parish.This tragedy has reminded us of the goodness and kindness and generosity of this rural community here in south Donegal.We are today united in prayer for the deceased and continue to remember those injured in the accident.Margaret, mother and grandmother. Mairead, wife to Pauric, mother to Caoimhin, were well known members of the community. They have been taken away very unexpectedly.It is to our faith we turn for consolation and to the love and support of the community to help us at this difficult time.We pray as one:O LordBe my rock in this tumbling worldBe my strengthFor I have none of my own Google+ 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleTransatlantic flights from Knock to New York may soon be a reality againNext articleStapleton and Muldoon named on Ireland World Cup squad News Highland Pinterest Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady “I don’t know where to start, how to express how grateful I am to you.“I have battled with my mental health for many years and thought it was something I would just have to accept to live with, that was until I met you. You have changed my life completely, saved me as a person.“You are an incredible woman. Absolutely amazing at what you do!“It’s a pleasure to have met you and I have enjoyed every second. You have inspired me so much and helped me to smile again. I will be forever grateful, you’ve been my butterfly! (I say a butterfly is an angel helping you find your way) thank you so much for everything.“I will never forget you.“All my love forever.”………….. Twitter Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Harps come back to win in Waterford Mairead Mundy, née McGonagle
In anticipation of the upcoming Sco-Mule release and subsequent Gov’t Mule with John Scofield tour (details here), the collaboration are releasing a free download of the track “Devil Likes It Slow” via the Gov’t Mule official website. Sco-Mule will hit the shelves on January 27th, with a major tour kicking off just weeks later. The full tour schedule can be seen below:2/18/15 Seattle, WA @ The Moore Theatre (with John Scofield)2/19/15 Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre (with John Scofield) 2/20/15 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater (with John Scofield) 2/24/15 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre (with John Scofield)2/26/15 Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre (with John Scofield)2/27/15 Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre (with John Scofield)2/28/15 Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Center (with John Scofield)3/1/15 Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion (with John Scofield)3/3/15 Durham, NC @ Durham Performing Arts Center (with John Scofield)3/5/15 Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium (with John Scofield)3/6/15 Charlottesville, VA @ Paramount Theater (with John Scofield)3/11/15 Portland, ME @ State Theatre (with John Scofield)Update: Stream the whole album
I’ve watched that quite a few times now, and am still blown away.Equally amazing and inspiring is Martyn’s positive attitude even after spending over 100 days in the hospital after falling from about 10 feet during his Animal WD40 Action Sports Tour demo at the Silverston Moto Gp Race, and consequently damaging his spine with a dislocated T9 and T10 vertebrae. The accident meant a setback to finishing Road Bike Party 2, until Chris Akrigg and Danny MacAskill stepped up to help finish the film. The result is history. The disc equipped C59 was fitted with custom Hope Trial Zone hydraulic disc brakes, which are essentially mountain bike levers custom machined to fit on a drop bar. Shifting duties are taken care of by way of Dura Ace Di2 Satellite shifters mounted to the tops of the bars. Otherwise, the build of the bike is with fairly stock components. For more on the build of the bike, check out Road.cc. Curious how you go about making a road bike capable of the incredible stunts pulled in Road Bike Party 2? Global Cycling Network just posted the ‘Making of’ video where Martyn’s mechanic builds up a stock Colnago C59 disc with just a few custom touches to make it trials worthy.Haven’t seen Road Bike Party 2 yet? Where have you been!? Check it out, plus images of the C59 after the break.
GLENDALE ENTERPRISE LOFTSDeveloper: Gorman & CompanyGeneral contractor: Tofel Construction CompanyArchitect: Gorman & CompanyLocation: SEC 63rd & Glendale avenues in GlendaleSize: 28 units at 1,250 SF eachThe $3.8M project features 28 housing units, all 3-bedroom 2-bath, at 1,250 SF in size. Glendale Enterprise Lofts is a public-private-partnership between the developer, Arizona Bridge to Independent Living, HUD, the Arizona Department of Housing and the City of Glendale. Brokerage firm is Long Realty.
Related SAN ANTONIO — So you’re thinking, this is the year the San Antonio Spurs finally drop a level and join the NBA pack after 15-time All-Star Tim Duncan finally retired after 19 seasons and Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili have become another year older.Think again.The Spurs might just be the most impressive team in the NBA so far this year, with a 4-0 record and three victories on the road, including that 29-point opening-night thumping of the mighty Golden State Warriors.That’s what the Utah Jazz are up against Tuesday night at the AT&T Center where the two teams meet at 6:30 p.m. MT.The Jazz are off to a slow start, coming off an 88-75 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers Sunday night in California, which dropped their season record to 1-2. The Jazz, who are playing without their leading scorer of the past three years, Gordon Hayward, have struggled offensivelyThe Jazz are averaging just 91.7 points per game on 43.5 percent from the field and only 30.9 percent from 3-point range.George Hill has been the one bright spot with a 20-points-per-game average on 49-percent shooting. Joe Johnson (15.7 ppg) and Rodney Hood (15.3 ppg) both had strong openers but had off-nights against the Clippers.As for the Spurs, Kawhi Leonard, who has been the NBA defensive player of the year the past two years, has broken out offensively this season, averaging 28.0 points per game on 50 percent shooting from the field and 95 percent from the free throw line.Longtime Los Angeles Laker Pau Gasol has joined the team this year and starting at forward and is averaging 9.5 points and 7.3 reboundsKyle Anderson, a third-year year player out of UCLA, has been the starting two-guard this year, but only averaging 3.8 points and 5.0 rebounds per game.The Spurs are making 9.5 3-pointers a game and shooting 45.2 percent from 3-point range, led by reserve guard Patty Mills, who is shooting 59.1 percent on 13 of 22.Coach Gregg Popovich is already resting players for the long grind ahead as Parker and Ginobili sat out the third game of the season, Saturday night against New Orleans, while LaMarcus Aldridge, sat out Sunday’s win over Miami, partly because of knee soreness, but “we thought we would sit him because it was a back-to-back and his fourth game in six days” said Popovich.JAZZ NOTES: The Jazz got Derrick Favors back Friday after he sat for most of the preseason with a knee issue and after playing 20 minutes Friday, played 23 Sunday against the Clippers . . . The Spurs and Jazz will meet again Friday night in Salt Lake at Vivint Arena . . . In between, the Jazz will play Dallas at home Wednesday night, while the Spurs will be off for two days in between . . . The Jazz and Spurs play later in the season, but not for more than five months, with games April 2 in San Antonio and April 12 in Salt Lake. Utah Jazz matchup watch: Spurs’ Patty Mills vs. Jazz’s Dante Exum
Sam Burford registered his fourth win of the season in goal for Nelson — the second in as many nights.The game was played in Sparwood due to the ongoing investigation of an ammonia leak last month at the Fernie Memorial Arena.A post on the City of Fernie Facebook page said RCMP are currently conducting their on-scene investigation at the Arena.“While this is underway, RCMP have full control of the Arena and the City of Fernie and other agencies do not have any access to the facility,” the post said.“Once the RCMP have concluded their on-scene investigation, WorksafeBC will take control of the Arena to conduct their investigation.”Nelson’s win, combined with a Beaver Valley 4-2 loss to Kimberley Saturday in the East Kootenay, increases Nelson’s Murdoch Division lead to nine points.The Leafs, 18-3-1-0-1, complete a six-game road trip away Friday in Grand Forks against the Border Bruins.Nelson, the top team in the KIJHL, returns to the NDCC Arena Saturday to host Castlegar Rebels at 7 p.m. Paced by team captain Sawyer Hunt, the Nelson Leafs ran its Kootenay International Junior Hockey League unbeaten streak to six games Saturday night in Sparwood.Hunt, who currently leads the Leafs in scoring with 25 points, registered three points to lead Nelson to a 6-3 victory over Fernie Ghostriders.Jack Karran, with a pair, Logan Wullum, Michael Bladon, David Sanchez and Jackson Zimmermann scored for Nelson as the visitors held period leads of 3-1 and 5-2.Greg Susinski, Brendan Nemes and Jace Woodley replied for the Riders.
Galway Tribesmen 28 Dublin City Exiles 20 The Galway Tribesmen met the Dublin City Exiles at the Claddagh last Saturday in the Rugby League Republic of Ireland semi-final. The Tribesmen kicked off and had the Exiles squeezed inside their own danger zone almost immediately as the visitors tried to work the ball upfield. Tough tackling from the Galway men resulted in a handover of possession and sustained pressure near the Exiles line gave big prop forward Enda Stanford an early try which seems to have become almost customary over the last few games. With the conversion added by Peter O’Neill, the score was 6-0 to the Tribesmen.From the kick restart the Tribesmen attempted to build on the good start but a handling error gave the Exiles possession that showed glimpses of what they were capable as they gained valuable field position. However, a knock on by the Exiles offered the Tribesmen a chance to capitalize, which they did with a fine break down the right-hand wing. The move was finished off by Eddie Weaver who crossed the line for 4 points. With the conversion added by O’Neill, the Tribesmen were 12-0 to the good after 10 minutes.The early scores seemed to galvanise the Exiles and with memories of their last trip to Galway only a month ago, when they experienced a 52-0 drubbing they were determined to make their mark. Some clever interplay between the half backs gained them their first score after 15 minutes; with the conversion added the score was now 12-6. The next period of play saw a succession of handling errors by both teams as they both tried to gain ascendancy. The visitors maintained their fine spell and doubled their score on the 30-minute mark which put the scores level. When a penalty was awarded in front of the Tribesmen posts due to a high tackle, the Exiles didn’t hesitate in choosing to kick for goal. The 2 points from the kick put the visitors in front for the first time after 37 minutes with the scores 12-14. As the half drew to a close, and with the ball back in inside the Exiles half, the Tribesmen managed to add to their score through Peter O’Neill, and after converting his own try the half finished 18-14 to the Tribesmen.The Exiles began the 2nd half strongly and a great attack down the right wing came to nothing as the ball was eventually thrown into touch. The tribesmen made the most of this error and demonstrated great enterprising play to allow Weaver in for his 2nd try on the 45th minute mark and with the conversion missed the scores were now at 22-14. As the half progressed, both teams gave everything to add to their respective scores. Brian McDonagh and Nick Clark were tireless in their efforts in trying to gain momentum for the Galway men but tenacious defence from the Dubliners thwarted every attempt. Good work from the Exiles allowed them to exert pressure on the Galway line and with just 15 minutes left on the clock they were back within 2 points with a cleverly worked try and the conversion added. The tension was palpable in the closing stages with practically nothing between the teams and a place in the ROI final next Saturday at stake. However, the Galway nerves were settled when Aaron Byrne crashed over the line from close range to register 4 points. O’Neill added the conversion which put the scores at 28-20 to the Tribesmen and this how the game ended. The Tribesmen now move on to the Republic of Ireland final in Ashbourne Rugby Club next Saturday, 29th August, where they will face the Athboy Longhorns in a repeat of last year’s final. Kick-off is at 2pm.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
IMOKILLY M C OLLIE KIERCE CAR SALES MINI STAGES RALLY AT MIDLETON, CO CORK (ROUND 4 OF PLASTICBAGS.IE SOUTHERN 4 RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP)1 David Condell/Paul Kelly (Escort) 40m 01s,2 Owen Murphy/Anthony Nestor (Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 40m 15s,3 Tomas Davies/Eurig Davies (Escort) 40m 19s,4 David Guest/Jonathan McGrath (Fabia S2000) 40m 22s,5 Richard Moore/John McCabe (Escort) 40m 56s,6 Allen Treacy/Bob Fitzgerald (Corolla) 41m 40s.Juniors: 1 Conor Murphy/Kieran O’Donoghue (Civic) 42m 48s,2 Cian Walsh/Aaron Browne (Corolla) 45m 11s,3 Aaron O’Regan/Derek Butler (Civic) 45m 34s. JUNIOR FINAL:1 Jack Byrne (Ford Fiesta) 4m 51.90s,2 Christopher Grimes (Ford Fiesta) 4m 53.48s,3 Danny Nolan (Ford Fiesta) 5m 01.47s,4 Eoin Kinsella (Ford Fiesta),5 Luca Grimes (Ford Fiesta). BIRR & DISTRICT M C MULTI VENUE AUTOTEST AT BORRIS-IN-OSSORY, CO LAOIS1 Richard Meeke (Starlet) 1045.3s,2 Piers MacFheorais (Mazda MX5) 1080.9s,3 David Meeke (Starlet) 1108.7s,4 John McAssey (Starlet) 1113.5s,5 John Nolan (Starlet) 1120.7s,6 Frank Lenehan (Starlet) 1127.1s,7 Philip O’Reilly (Starlet) 1128.2s,8 Rob Lewis (Starlet) 1128.3s,9 Stephen Briggs (Mazda MX5) 1159.2s,10 James Mansfield (Mazda MX5) 1174.9s.Class winners: Patrick O’Leary (Starlet) 1240.9s, David Meeke, Piers MacFheorais, Rob Lewis, Aoife Ryan (Starlet) 1342.2s, Conor Clarke (Starlet) 1255.7s, Ben Kellett (Starlet) 1535.7s. Repro free Photo of rally winners and current championship leaders Josh Moffett & Andy Hayes is courtesy of Kevin Glendinning. SUPERCAR FINAL:1 Derek Tohill (Ford Fiesta) 3m 57.03s,2 Gavin Smith (Mitsubishi Mirage) 4m 11.50s,3 Declan Kelly (Ford Fiesta) 4m 20.44s. 1 Derek Tohill (Ford Fiesta) 3m 55.72s,2 Gavin Smith (Mitsubishi Mirage) 4m 10.25s,3 Declan Kelly (Ford Fiesta) 4m 21.09s,4 Pearse Browne (BMW Compact),5 Willie Coyne (Opel Corsa),6 Lloyd Spendlove (Lotus Exige). FORD FIESTA ZETEC FINAL:1 David Maher 4m 55.01s,2 Denis McCrudden 4m 55.90s,3 Jamie Ferris 4m 58.65s,4 Brian Matthews. MONDELLO PARK SPORTS CLUB RALLYCROSS AT MONDELLO PARK, CO KILDARE (ROUND 4 OF PARTS FOR CARS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP): RALLY CARS FINAL:1 Patricia Denning (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) 4m 22.34s,2 Thomas O’Rafferty (Vauxhall Nova) 4m 32.74s,3 Joe Downey (Peugeot 106) 4m 50.29s,4 Coly Loughlin (Honda Integra). SUPER FINAL: MODIFIED FINAL:1 Peter McGarry (Vauxhall VX220) 4m 10.66s,2 Willie Coyne (Opel Corsa) 4m 17.13s,3 Pearse Browne (BMW Compact) 4m 17.90s,4 Lloyd Spendlove (Lotus Exige),5 Philip Kelly (Peugeot 205),6 Chris Grimes (Vauxhall Nova). PRODUCTION FINAL:1 Ciaran Murphy (Peugeot 106) 4m 35.73s,2 Derek Lenehan (Citroen Saxo) 4m 36.22s,3 Vincent O’Rourke (Peugeot 205) 4m 49.61s. MAYO & DISTRICT M C LOOSE SURFACE AUTOCROSS AT HARRINGTON’S QUARRY, SWINFORD:1 Mickey Tynan (Buggy) 3m 57.57s,2 Derek Mackarel (Berrisford) 4m 00.79s,3 Eamonn Mimnagh (Buggy) 4m 02.31s,4 Andy Mackarel (Berrisford) 4m 04.41s,5 James McCann (Buggy) 4m 06.58s,6 Paschal McGerney (Buggy) 4m 09.13s.Class winners: Glen Irwin 4m 17.68s, Mervyn Galbraith 4m 15.57s, Steven Cafferty 4m 27.01s, Ronan Moore 4m 37.80s, Derek Mackarel, Jack Mannion 5m 01.47s, Niall Murphy 5m 02.65s.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
The Galway Panel to face Tipperary is The Galway Senior Camogie team has been named to face Tipperary in their opening game of the Littlewoods National Camogie League in the Ragg in Tipperary tomorrow at 2pm. The team will be captained by Sarah Dervan from full back and includes Maria Cooney who returns from being nearly a year out and also includes Ciara Donoghue who was last year’s intermediate captain. 1. Sarah Healy2. Ciara Donohue3. Sarah Dervan (capt)4. Heather Cooney5. Roisin Black6. Emma Helebert7. Lorraine Ryan8. Aoife Donohue9. Ciara Murphy10. Niamh McGrath11. Niamh Hanniffy12. Niamh Kilkenny13. Carrie Dolan14. Ailish O’Reilly15. Maria Cooney16. Laura Glynn17. Anne Marie Starr18. Noreen Coen19. Catherine Finnerty20. Molly Mannion21. Dervla Higgins22. Sarah Spellman23. Elisha Broderick24. Niamh Murphy25. Laura Ward26. Mairead Dillon27. Catriona Lee28. Karen Kennedy29. Niamh Horan30. Lisa Casserlyprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
A Double Header for Galway and Mayo Ladies and Men’s Senior Football Teams this Saturday in Castlebar. Galway v Mayo Senior Ladies starts at 5.15pm followed by the Allianz League game at 7.15pm meetings National Football League between Galway and Mayo Men’s Senior Football Teams since 20012001National Football League Final – Galway 0-12 Mayo 0-132006National Football League Semi- Final – Galway 1-11 Mayo 1-62007National Football League Semi-Final – Galway 1-12 Mayo 2-102008National Football League Division 1 – Galway 2-9 Mayo 1-112009National Football League Division 1 – Mayo 1-11 Galway 0-132010National Football League Division 1 – Mayo 2-14 Galway 1-102011National Football League Division 1 – Mayo 2-14 Galway 0-122018 National Football League Division 1 – Galway 1-13 Mayo 0-11The Galway and Mayo Senior Ladies football teams last encountered in the League last year when Mayo won by a goal at Pearse Stadium to seal their second win of the campaign. Elaine Murphy pulled off a late point-blank save to deny Emma Reaney and ensure victory for her side. First-half goals from Grace Kelly and Sinead Cafferkey had Peter Leahy’s charges in good stead but the Tribeswomen sparked to life in the second period. Mayo’s defence saw the fixture out though.Galway and Mayo Senior Ladies Football Team meetings in the League since 20152015 –Galway 1-16 Mayo 2-62016 –Galway 1-10 Mayo 2-82017 –Galway 2-8 Mayo 1-102018 –Galway 1-7 Mayo 2-7print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email