Kingsley Coman was reportedly being chased by Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool before opting to join Juventus in the summer. And it’s not hard to see why there was such a scramble for the former Paris Saint-Germain’s youngster’s signature when you see this stunning strike against Hellas Verona.
Four Masters GAA NotesWell done: huge well done to Karl Lacey, Paul Durcan and Luke Keaney and the rest of the County team on a great win against Armagh in the quarter final.Ladies: huge well done to Four Masters Ladies on a great win over Convoy. Four Masters Lotto: This weeks lotto numbers for week 4 were 3,4,7,22. There was no jackpot winner. Weekly €25 winners were, Frank Rose, Robert Duncan, Aaron McGettigan, Fintan McAndrew.Next weeks jackpot will be €3100. To play the lotto and stand a chance of winning some cash visit www.fourmastersgaa.comTraining pitch Development Draw: Tickets are being distributed currently and will be on sale from members.This fundraiser is to raise money to help service loans for our new training pitch. We would ask for your support please. Tickets are €5 each or 5 for €20.The prizes are as follows, 1st Prize: ALL- Ireland Football Final 2014 Package 2 x Lower Cusack Stand Tickets plus 250 cash.2nd Prize: Relaxing Break in The Hydro Hotel, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, includes 2 nights B&B & 1 Dinner for 2 people(In association with white Hotel Group) 3rd Prize: 32” Widescreen Smart T( Sponsored by Mc Groarty’s Expert Electrical Store) 4th Prize: €250 Supervalu Shopping Voucher (Sponsored by Supervalu) 5th Prize : €250Home heating Oil (In Association with E&J Oil Services Ltd) 6th Prize : Gourmet Dinner for 2 in Cedars restaurant at the 5* Soils Lough Eske Castle ( Sponsored by Soils Lough Eske). Draw will take place on Thursday 18th September 2014 @9pm in Dom’s PierOne, Quay Street, and Donegal Town.Tickets and monies can be returned to club officers or to Abbey Hotel Monday evenings 9pm – 9.30pmGAA NEWS: FOUR MASTERS LADIES EARN GREAT WIN OVER CONVOY was last modified: August 12th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:four mastersGAANoticesSport
Once again thanks to the members and the hard work of our green staff at Narin & Portnoo Golf Club, we have gone up 3 places in the top 100 golf courses.We are now in 29th position well done to all6″ placing has been introduced on the course from the 7th January until further notice Results New years Day Open 1st Donie Mc Cole (9) 40pts, 2nd Harold Reid (5) 33pts, 3rd Kevin Gilgunn (19) 32pts , Wednesday Open 4th Jan. 1st Declan Mc Donagh (15) 36pts b.o.t., 2nd Sean Cafferty (9) 36pts b.o.t., 3rd Aidan O’Connell (13) 36pts, Sat/Sun 7th/8th Jan.1st Des Mc Gettigan (19) 41pts, 2nd Danny Mc Garrigle (9) 40pts, 3rd Barrie Quinn (20) 39pts, Front Nine Vinnie Gallagher (16) 22pts, Back NIne John Mc Bride (12) 21pts, Cat A John Gallagher (11) 37pts, Cat B John Callaghan (12) 38pts, Cat C Tony Dooley (18) 36pts.Fixtures Open every Wednesday, Sat./Sun 15th/16th Jan. Single StablefordNarin & Portnoo GC is up three places in ‘top 100’ list was last modified: January 9th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare 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)
SAN DIEGO – The high-top sneakers cost $215 at a San Diego boutique, but the designer is giving them away to migrants before they cross to this side of the U.S.-Mexico border. These are no ordinary shoes. A compass and flashlight dangle from one shoelace. The pocket in the tongue is for money or pain relievers. A rough map of the border region is printed on a removable insole. They are red, white and green, the colors of the Mexican flag. On the back ankle is a drawing of Mexico’s patron saint of migrants. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week On this side of the border, the shoes sit in art collections or the closets of well-heeled sneaker cognoscente. On the other side, in Tijuana, it’s a utilitarian affair: Immigrants-to-be are happy to have the sturdy, light-weight shoes for the hike – or dash – into the United States. Their designer is Judi Werthein, an Argentine artist who moved to New York in 1997 – legally, she notes. One recent evening in Tijuana, after giving away 50 pairs at a migrant shelter, Werthein waved the insole and pointed to Interstate 8, the main road between San Diego and Phoenix. “This blue line is where you want to go,” Werthein, 38, said in Spanish. “Good luck! You’re all very courageous,” she told the cheering crowd of about 50 men huddled in a recreation room after dinner. “God bless you!” several cried back. Werthein has concluded that shoes are a border crosser’s most important garment. “The main problem that people have when they’re crossing is their feet,” Werthein. “If people are going to cross anyway, at least this will make it safer.” Only 1,000 pairs of the “Brinco” sneakers (it means “Jump” in Spanish) have been made – in China, for $17 each. The shoes were introduced in August at inSite, an art exhibition in San Diego and Tijuana whose sponsors include nonprofit foundations and private collectors. Benefactors put up $40,000 for the project; Werthein gets a $5,000 stipend, plus expenses. The shoes have kicked up a mini-controversy in art circles. A San Diego surgeon told Werthein that she was encouraging illegal immigration – a charge she rejects, saying people will cross with or without her shoes. The surgeon’s wife sided with her, Werthein said, and bought the shoes. Chris and Eloisa Haudenschild display a pair of the sneakers at their resplendent San Diego home. Eloisa Haudenschild said the shoes portray an uncomfortable reality about the perils of crossing the border. “It’s a reality that we don’t like to look at,” she said. “That’s what an artist points out.” Across the border, several curious migrants waiting for sunset along a cement river basin approached Werthein as she emptied a sport utility vehicle of white shoe boxes. One man already wore a dirty pair of Brincos. Another, Felipe de Jesus Olivar Canto, slipped into a size 11 and said he would use them instead of his black leather shoes. “These are much more comfortable for hiking,” according to Olivar Canto, who said he was heading for $6.75-an-hour work installing doors and windows in Santa Ana, about 90 miles north of the border. “The ones I have are more dressy.” From there, Werthein went to Casa del Migrante, a Tijuana shelter that will receive a share of the proceeds from Brincos sold in the United States. Jose Garcia, 30, eased into a size 10, which he said he would wear to cross the California desert on his way to Las Vegas or Phoenix. “Those are way too heavy and they don’t breathe,” he said, pointing to clunky hiking boots that he tossed aside. “Does it have a sensor to alert us to the Border Patrol?” joked Javier Lopez, 33, who said he had a $10-an-hour job hanging drywall waiting for him in Denver. This isn’t the first time Werthein has tried to appeal to art aficionados and low-wage workers alike. In 2002, she turned a room in the Bronx Museum into a salon, painting the walls pink and inviting the public to get their fingernails covered with work from the museum’s collection. Blends, a downtown San Diego boutique, displays her shoes on a black pedestal. Werthein says Blends and Printed Matter, a store in Manhattan, have sold about 350 pairs. “I wouldn’t wear them and I wouldn’t want my husband to wear them,” said Blends browser Antonieta LaRussa, 28. “But the cause is awesome. There’s so much opposition to immigration. She’s looking at it from the other side of the fence and asking why.” To research the best design over two years, Werthein interviewed shoe designers, migrants, aid workers, even an immigrant smuggler. She joined the Mexican government’s Grupo Beta migrant-aid society on long border hikes. She heard from a Salvadoran woman in Tijuana who said she was kidnapped and raped by her smuggler. Based on those interviews, she added a pocket – migrants told her they were often robbed. She also added the flashlight – many cross at night. Some get lost – hence, the compass and map. “If you get lost,” she told the men at the shelter, “just go north.” 160Want 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 MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN FRANCISCO – Director Rob Reiner said Wednesday he will not be a candidate for governor in 2006, putting to rest rumors of a potential “Meathead vs. Terminator” showdown with Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. “I’ve made a definite decision that it’s not something I’m going to do,” Reiner said in an interview with The Associated Press. Reiner, the director of hit films that include “When Harry Met Sally” and “A Few Good Men,” said concerns about his family and a desire to focus his political energies on passing a ballot initiative establishing universal preschool for California children had persuaded him to stay out of the governor’s race.
Vote Clayberg for Allstate Good Works Team Captain DES MOINES, Iowa – Nathan Clayberg, a fifth-year senior defensive end on the Drake University football team, has been named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. The Pella, Iowa, native learned of his selection to the 22-person team during a surprise ceremony at St. Theresa Catholic School Friday, Sept. 14, during his weekly volunteer visit to read to classrooms there.The prestigious award, which has played a prominent role in collegiate sports for more than 25 years, celebrates student-athletes for their extraordinary commitment to making a lasting impact off the field. Clayberg, who is an all-conference performer on the field and CoSIDA Academic All-American, is one of just 22 student-athletes from across all divisions of college football to earn the honor and the third Drake football student-athlete in eight years to be a member of the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.”When I was nominated, I felt there are so many people that have been a part of what I’ve done at Drake that I felt unworthy,” Clayberg said. “It’s a huge honor. People say they’re humbled, and that’s truly how I feel. I’m glad that I can be a part of things that make a difference.”Clayberg is also eligible to be named the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Captain based on fan voting through Nov. 23. Fans can vote for Clayberg at ESPN.com/Allstate. The team captain will be honored at this season’s The Home Depot College Football Awards on ESPN.In addition to his participation in Drake’s weekly off-campus reading program, Clayberg has founded not one, but two service organizations while at Drake University. Clayberg created UNITE to focus on restoring the areas of society that are most broken while empowering future young leaders to follow their dreams. “I am a man of faith and I am passionate about seeing the Kingdom [of God] come to this earth,” Clayberg added. “Everything I do is focused through that lens. Right now it is smaller things, but I hope to continue to dream big and make a difference that spans the state, country and world.”As part of the organization, Clayberg helped organize a community service day that involved hundreds of people across six different towns in South Central Iowa, including more than 35 different service projects such as painting, yard work and basic construction. Additionally, Clayberg founded the Next Step Moving Company to financially aid specific non-profit efforts including Students Against Human Sex Trafficking, Des Moines Public Schools and Youth With a Mission.”To get to coach guys like Nathan, I’m the most blessed man on the earth,” said Drake football head coach Rick Fox. “And Nathan is just one of them. That is just who we are as a program. It’s a powerful thing to work with young men like that. This is what we want Drake football to be about.”Clayberg and the entire 2018 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® will be invited to New Orleans to participate in a special community service project ahead of the 2019 Allstate® Sugar Bowl®, where the entire team will also be recognized on the field during a halftime presentation. Story Links Print Friendly Version
The hugely popular Caisleain Oir Hotel in Annagry has come to the rescue of locals in the area following Storm Rachel. Homes in the area have been left without electricity since 2am following the ferocious storm which hit late last night.Storm Rachel is still raging in many parts but forecasters are predicting we’re over the worst of the storm. ESB employees are working around the clock to restore power to thousands of homeowners affected by the storm in Donegal.However, until that’s resolved management at Caisleain Oir Hotel are allowing locals in Annagry and further afield to come to the hotel to charge phones, laptops, ipads etc.They’re still in business thanks to a generator and are open for food all day.The kind hearted gesture has been warmly received by locals who have taken them up on their offer and have headed to the hotel to get their mobiles charged. Management at Caisleain Oir Hotel posted the following message to their followers on Facebook, “Rough day, we have a generator and are open for food all day. If anyone wants to charge phones or laptops or ipads call in. DONEGAL HOTEL COMES TO LOCALS RESCUE WITH KIND HEARTED GESTURE was last modified: January 15th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:newsNotices
Residents from both St. Eunan’s Terrace in Raphoe and Deele View Park in Convoy were honoured in the Best Kept Council Housing Estate Competition for Stranorlar Municipal District earlier this week.At the Stranorlar Municipal District meeting on Monday 8th April 2019, Cllr Patrick Mc Gowan Cathaoirleach of the Stranorlar MD and the Elected Members made a presentation to the winners of the Best Kept Council Housing Estate Competition 2018.This competition takes place every year in each Municipal District and includes three categories. In the Stranorlar Municipal District, St. Eunan’s Terrace, Raphoe received a prize of €600 as winners of the Large Estate category (51 houses or more) and Deele View Park Convoy received a prize of €300 as winners in the Small Estate Category (20 houses or less).Speaking at the meeting Cathaoirleach Cllr. Patrick McGowan congratulated all the residents who took part in the competition and commended them for their hard work, dedication and pride in their estates. These sentiments were echoed by the other elected members of Stranorlar Municipal District and they highlighted their commitment to continuing to support the Residents Associations in all their efforts.Cllr. Patrick McGowan, Cathaoirleach of Stranorlar Municipal District presenting the winner of the 2018 Small Estate category to Mary Kilpatrick representing from the Residents Association of Deele View Park, ConvoyIt was noted that there were no entries in the Medium Estate Category (21-50 houses) in 2018. Cllr McGowan urged all Council Housing Estates to get involved in the competition.He said “It is a great way for communities to come together to make their own estate a great place to live in and to bring up their families. The work that has been done by both the residents in St. Eunan’s Terrace and Deele View Park is a great example to everyone and of course there are many other estates where people are working together creating a sense of pride and community spirit in their own areas.”Application Forms and details will be available in June 2019 and further information on this competition and setting up Residents Associations is available by calling into the Housing Section in any Council Office or by calling (074) 91 53900.Cllr. Patrick McGowan, Cathaoirleach of Stranorlar Municipal District presenting the winner of the 2018 Large Estate category to representatives from the Residents Association of St. Eunan’s Terrace, Raphoe, Danny Martin, Sadie Martin and Shirley McBreartyDonegal housing estates given top awards was last modified: April 12th, 2019 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:cllr patrick McGowandonegalEstatesStranorlartidy
Catch up on the latest video tech with these seven innovative Kickstarter campaigns.Top image via Starslider.As any video professional will tell you, filmmaking technology is advancing at an incredible rate. Digital video technology is becoming smaller, faster, and more innovative so quickly that it can be hard to keep up. Fear not: if you want to stay ahead of the curve on the latest gear, get in on these innovative Kickstarter campaigns while the getting’s good.LitleCane — Take Cinematic Videos with Your PhoneThe LitleCane is a smartphone gimbal that offers a full range of smooth motion to your video projects. It has handheld joystick controls for filming on the go, and it offers both front and rear filming. Live streaming is a breeze, as is pretty much any other smartphone video shoot.With available auto-tracking, panorama, and time-lapse modes, this gimbal’s Kickstarter is off to a hot start. Accessories like a charging gimbal option and GoPro adapter will make you want to get in on some of the best investment options now.You can check the full LitleCane Kickstarter page here.Starslider — Smart and Modular Camera GearsThe Starslider is more than your average camera slider. It’s an entire ecosystem of professional video equipment that offers a full array of control, moves, and motorization. It’s sleek and easy, combining pans and tilts with pushes and pulls — giving you full control of time-lapse settings from your smartphone. Just look at this range of motion!The Starslider features three full axes of motion, and you can control it entirely via the intuitive smartphone app. The app allows you to program movements as complex as Bézier curves and bulb ramping. It’s well on its way to reach its $65,000 goal and then some.Check out the full Starslider Kickstarter here for a greater breakdown of its capabilities.MSE Rover — The Professional Smartphone Camera CageIf the majority of film and video Kickstarters in 2017 is any sign, smartphone filmmaking is definitely the way of the future. The MSE Rover is another great example of innovative adaptation of traditional filmmaking equipment.The MSE Rover is a smartphone mounting cage designed to give you complete motion freedom along with unparalleled protection and stability. It’s as tough and sturdy as it is light and steady — plus no batteries!The MSE Rover is also unique in that its adjustable frame gives you 360-degrees of rotation with customizable tension. The parts are interchangeable, and they can connect to tripods, sliders or whatever else you’d like — including the accessories offered by MSE.You can check out the full MSE Rover Kickstarter page here.DirectorsApp — Perfectly Cut Movies in SecondsUnless you speak German, you better check out this Kickstarter in a browser with a translate function. This German-engineered smartphone software gives directors the power to view their shots together through an app that automatically edits everything together. It’s like working with an intuitive storyboard that brings your ideas to life.While the app is free to download and use, backing the Kickstarter early gets you in on the ground floor (and some free video templates to boot).You can check out the full DirectorsApp Kickstarter here.MicRig — Universal Video Grip Handle with Built-in Stereo MicThe MicRig is a Kickstarter for “the world’s first universal video handle with an integrated microphone.” It offers a steady hand-held mount for your DSLR or GoPro and solves poor audio recording problems. It’s perfect for DIY enthusiasts looking to film on the run.The MicRig, made by Sevenoak, is already in production and is available as part of a full line of video production equipment. The Kickstarter is already halfway to its $45,000 goal.You can check out the full MicRig Kickstarter page here.Mine — Modular ControllerWhile technically suited more to an audio-recording professional or musician, the Mine Modular Controller would be great for video editors who do a lot of sound design and mixing. The modular controller offers a highly customizable set-up that you can easily arrange and rearrange. The Mine easily syncs to your Mac or PC.For those familiar with modular MIDI controllers, the customizable setup is incredibly popular. Mine’s modular controller offers hands-on control and flexibility.You can check out the full Mine Kickstarter here.TwoEyes VR — 360 cameraSay hello to Two Eyes VR, the first 360-degree, 4k video camera that mirrors human eyesight. The camera includes two pairs of 180-degree lenses that are 65mm apart to replicate the average distance between a person’s eyes.The design offers full 360-degree VR capture for unparalleled realism on social platforms like Youtube and Facebook.As you can see in the demo, the Two Eyes allows 36o-degree smartphone VR viewing, with both vertical and horizontal splits. The Kickstarter has already out-earned its $40,000 goal with $157,000 in pledges.You can check out the full TwoEyes Kickstarter here.Have any cool Kickstarter campaigns you’re looking to pledge to? Let us know in the comments!
Curfew was relaxed for four hours in Bhadrak town in Odisha, with no incidents of violence or arson reported since Friday evening. The curfew was relaxed from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday but later extended till 12 noon to allow people to procure essential commodities, even as security forces kept a close vigil, a senior official said. The administration, however, took no chances and extended curfew till 7 a.m. on Monday. Educational institutions and government offices will remain closed on Monday. As a precautionary measure, popular social networking sites — Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp — have been blocked at Bhadrak and surrounding areas for 48 hours from Sunday evening. 40 arrestsAs many as 40 people have been arrested so far for the incidents of violence and arson on Friday, which left several shops gutted and vehicles damaged, Bhadrak PS in-charge Jadunath Jena said.Prohibitory orders under Section 144 remained in force in nearby Dhamnagar and Basudevpur, a police official said. Deployment of security personnel was strengthened at vulnerable pockets and frequency in patrolling was increased.“There has been no fresh violence in the town. We are taking several confidence-building measures,” said A. B.Ota, Revenue Divisional Commissioner (Central).“The administration is not in a hurry to convene peace committee meeting. We are waiting for return of complete peace,” he said.Soon after the relaxation in curfew was announced through public address systems, people hurried to purchase milk, bread and vegetables which were available at a few shops. Traders in Kacheri Bazar came to check on their shops. Tension was palpable in Chandan Bazar, where both communities have sizeable populations.