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GOLF NEWS: MURVAGH AGM TAKING PLACE THIS FRIDAY NIGHT

first_imgDonegal Golf Club ( Murvagh)Annual General MeetingThe Annual General Meeting of the club takes place on Friday the 12th of December at 8pm in the Clubhouse. Men’s CompetitionsFriday 5th December.The Friday Open on the 5th of December saw a virtual clean sweep for visitors with 1st and 2nd going to P. Maguire & S. Flanagan from Blackloin and 3rd to J. Moore from Castlehume. Aidan Faulkner kept the Gross prize at home with 29pts. 1. P. Maguire (Blackloin) (23) 35pts2. S. Flanagan (Blackloin) (17) 34pts (bot)3. J, Moore (Castlehume) (17) 34ptsGross. Aidan Faulkner (5) 29ptsSunday 7th NovemberThere was an excellent turnout on Sunday for the Annual Christmas Cracker played in very bracing conditions. The winning team of Michael McGroary, Darren McDaid, Liam Moran and Denis McDaid clearly have the ability to adapt to tough conditions as their record in recent years will testify. In 2nd place were Padraig Farragher, Oliver Plunkett, Michael Neary, Eddie McGarrigle with Roy Harron, J.J. Travers, John McCafferty, Declan Gallagher in 3rd. Shaun Meehan had the “Longest Drive” and John McCafferty was “Nearest the Pin”. Results:1. Michael McGroary, Darren McDaid, Liam Moran , Denis McDaid2. Padraig Farragher, Oliver Plunkett, Michael Neary, EddieMcGarrigle.3. Roy Harron, J.J. Travers, John McCafferty, Declan Gallagher 4. Michael Shallow, Benny Gurren,Colm O’Rourke, Rory Lenihan5. Damien Mulhern, Shaun Meehan, Ronan McAlevey6. Gerry McCormick, Ray Foster, Charlie McGinty, Domnic Quinn7. Frank O’Donnell, Martin Carr, Des Daly, Hugh Cassidy8. Sean Diver, James Cassidy, John Meehan(P.O.) Hugh Cassidy9. Diarmiud McGettigan, Larry Walsh, Marty McGarrigle, Liam Gillespie10. Sean Boyle, Michael Martin, John McIntyre, Francie BroganLongest Drive: Shaun MeehanNearest the Pin: John MCaffertyLadies CompetitionsThe Winter League, played over 5 weeks, was keenly contested. 54 ladies took part, with 6 teams named after different golf clubs in the county. Winners by 1pt with a score of 245 were the Bundoran team, Geraldine Gorman, Ann Gillespie, Anna Colhoun, Marie Cassidy, Margaret Trimble and Nora Boyle. Runners up were the Portsalon team with 244 pts with Crona O’Reilly, Charlotte Caldwell, Mary B Meehan, Anne Marie McCormick, Joan Thomas and Claire McDaid. Player of the League was Mary Farrgher, who had a hole in one of on the 5th hole on 29th October.The Christmas Cracker competition was played on Saturday 6th December and 17 players braved the elements. The scores reflected the conditions on the course with a BOT separating the first 3 placings. Carmel Brennan will remember her 1st win each Christmas when she takes out her Snowman. Julie Mundy and Máirín McCartney were 2nd and 3rd. 40 ladies attended the Christmas lunch and Kate was complimented on a delicious meal. Also thanks are due to Tina, Rachel and her team for the festive decorations in the club.1. Carmel Brennan (36) 13pts BOT2. Julie Mundy (36) 13pts3. Mairin McCartney (36) 13pts9 hole eclectic competition running from the 7th December to 10th January.Names for 4 ball better competition can be entered on list in locker room.A very Happy and Healthy Christmas to all our membersGOLF NEWS: MURVAGH AGM TAKING PLACE THIS FRIDAY NIGHT was last modified: December 8th, 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:golfMurvaghNoticesSportlast_img read more

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Vandals, thieves hit two schools

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “We will have private security here tonight, and the school will be rekeyed Tuesday,” Rainville said on Monday. Myers said the vandals also took a laser printer, but abandoned it at a bike rack. At Meadows School, also in Valencia, a computer hard drive was taken after a window was removed from one of the portable classrooms sometime between 10 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Sunday. “What is disturbing is that this (is) part of a rash of episodes,” Principal Peggy O’Brien said. “In mid-September, another teacher’s classroom was broken into, and they took a computer, which somebody found later on McBean Parkway. And in late September, the computer lab itself was broken into – the same deal where they lifted the window from the frame.” In the late-September incident, O’Brien said, vandals cut wires on the school’s multimedia projector and took parts of the school’s wireless system. The lab recently reopened after repairs were completed at the end of October. VALENCIA – Vandals got into Valencia Valley and Meadows elementary schools over the weekend and took computer components, keys and a server for Valencia Valley’s bell and fire alarm systems. The thieves hit Valencia Valley between 4:30 p.m. Sunday and 6:30 a.m. Monday, leaving no sign of forced entry, said sheriff’s Sgt. Cortland Myers and Principal Tammi Rainville. A church uses schoolrooms on Sunday mornings, and Rainville speculated that the vandals entered during services and hid until worshippers left. “They went through the administration office, and once they got into the main portion of the school, then used crowbars to get into the classrooms,” Myers said. Rainville said at least six classrooms were vandalized, and a window in her office was broken. Along with two laptop computers, more than 200 keys for the school were taken, and a monitor was smashed in one of the classrooms. Contents of the cupboards and drawers also were scattered on the floors. “We’re thankful they didn’t do any vandalism other than taking the computers,” she said of the latest incident. “But our kids aren’t happy. They were here when the fingerprint people were here and saw the deputies taking the report. The nice thing is that when word gets out that we’ve experienced criminal activity, everybody wants to help.” Carol Rock, (661) 257-5252 [email protected] 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