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  • No Hayward, no Thomas, plenty for Celtics, Cavs to play for

    first_imgSteam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone View comments Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Lakers’ Ball, Lopez cleared for practice return from injury Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson “They’re the team to beat. Everybody knows that,” Stevens said. “They haven’t even had Isaiah yet, and we all know how special he is.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Boston’s top free agent acquisition last summer, Hayward went down in a heap in the first quarter of the first game and is expected to be lost for the season. The gruesome injury cast a pall on the opener and upended the Celtics’ plans to supplant the Cavaliers as Eastern Conference champions.“It was the first game of the season,” forward Jaylen Brown said. “When Gordon went down, it was a traumatic moment for everybody.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkBut the game — and the season — went on.The demoralized Celtics erased an 18-point, third-quarter deficit in the opener before losing by three. After falling to 0-2 with a loss in their home opener, they ran off 18 wins in a row, and now enter the new year 30-10. LATEST STORIES Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals MOST READ Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina “This team’s really getting after it, really playing well,” Al Horford said. “We never expected this after Gordon going down. It’s really a good surprise.”Boston held a four-game lead over Cleveland in the race for the conference’s No. 1 seed, pending the Cavaliers’ matchup with Portland on Tuesday night, when former Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas was scheduled to make his season debut after missing the first seven weeks with a hip injury.“He’s a special guy,” Stevens said. “It’s great to see him back on the court tonight.”Thomas is not expected to play on back-to-back nights this early in his return. Celtics spokesman Christian Megliola said there would be no tribute video for Thomas “at his request”; Thomas said on Twitter that he wanted to hold off until he was ready to play, and have his family there.The team will honor Thomas some other time, Megliola said. The Cavaliers also visit on Feb. 11, a night that has been set aside to retire Paul Pierce’s No. 34. The teams have met in the playoffs two of the last three years, and are the favorites to match up in the conference finals for the second straight year.ADVERTISEMENT LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Kyrie Irving #11 of the Boston Celtics shake hands after a Cavaliers 102-99 victory at Quicken Loans Arena on October 17, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images/AFPWALTHAM, Mass. — When Brad Stevens studied the video of Boston’s last game against Cleveland, he skipped over a handful of plays and put the sound on mute.“I didn’t want to watch the injury or what happened after it,” the Celtics coach said on Tuesday, a day before his team was to play the Cavaliers for the first time since Gordon Hayward broke his leg in the season opener. “I just didn’t want to rehash that moment, obviously.”ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

  • Region 10 Chairman criticises decision to remove doctors from Linden

    first_imgThe Wismar Hospital in Region Ten (Upper Demerara-Berbice) has seen some upgrades and improvement with the functioning of its maternity and children wards but other pressing issues have been raised in relation to the movement of resources to other institutions.Regional Chairman of the Regional Democratic Council Renis Morian shared some of his concerns after a visit was made to the hospital in the company of Regional Executive Officer, Orrin Gordon.Region Ten Chairman, Renis MorianDirector of Regional Health Services, Kay Shako was criticised for removing doctors from the medical facility and placing them elsewhere. This did not go well the Chairman, who noted that when these decisions are made, improvements are hampered.“Every time we put and improve things at the hospital, they move it and carry it somewhere else and this is the challenge…Now I think we have three doctors working there and now somebody from Georgetown want to move the body from here and take them to Georgetown. We are now bringing up our services to par, it hasn’t meet par that it was before, but we are now trying,” he said.Morian said that he intends to raise this matter with the subject Minister, Volda Lawrence, to find a permanent resolution since there are also intentions of moving the sole x-ray technician to another facility.“What is happening to us, that is the lone x-ray technician, what is really happening to us? But we objecting to it, we will object to it,” he declared.Director of the Regional Health Services, Kay ShakoIn expressing strong and direct words to the Public Health Ministry, the Regional Chairman voiced his condemnation of these actions by saying, “The Regional Democratic Council [of] Region Ten is working very hard to bring it back to where it was before, every time we say that we coming to par somebody pulling away, we don’t support on behalf of the residents of Upper Demerara-Berbice. Primarily, I want to be quoted as saying that Dr Shako can take doctors from elsewhere to send wherever she wants”.The argument continued as he noted that this may be a deliberate attempt to stall progress in the region. The Regional Chairman said that every time the region is making gains, it is being reduced.last_img read more

  • GPL woes: 9-hour power outage expected today

    first_imgPlanned maintenance work by the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) Inc, will today result in several communities in Georgetown, on the East Bank and East Coast of Demerara being without power for at least nine hours.According to GPL, residents from Buzz-Bee Dam in Craig to Providence, East Bank Demerara, will experience a disruption of electricity from 08:00h to 17:00h.Other affected areas in Georgetown are A to E Fields, Sophia, Greater Georgetown; North Sophia to Success, East Coast Demerara; and in thew city – North and South Ruimveldt; Festival City; Shirley Field-Ridley Square; Guyhoc Park and Gardens; Meadow Brook and Roxanne Burnham Gardens; Tucville; Stevedore Housing Scheme; and Lamaha Park and Springs.The utility company said the interruption to the power supply is because it would be conducting vital maintenance work at its Sophia substation.Last week, the Demerara-Berbice Interconnected System (DBIS), which is operated by GPL, suffered from yet another shutdown, causing power outages in several communities.The utility company announced shortly after that the system was indeed nonfunctional and promised that the situation will be rectified.Not long after a burnt primary conductor on the L23 transmission line caused disruptions from Canefield to Auchiyne in Berbice. The interruption was necessary to connect the transmission line to the Skeldon generation facility.Meanwhile, two weeks ago, the DBIS recorded a shutdown due to a fault in one of the circuit breakers at the Garden of Eden Power Plant. This caused a “lock out” of the busbar, facilitating the transfer of power from four generators. According to GPL, the “sudden” loss of 18 megawatts of generator capacity resulted in the shutdown.GPL’s poor services have come under criticism many times, primarily by the general populace. Residents on the Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), were faced with constant power outages in April, just one day after the commissioning of a $1.8 billion power plant at Anna Regina.Just a few months ago, a loan was granted from the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) to the tune of US$20 million, to be provided to the Guyana Power Light (GPL) for upgrading the services.The loan was expected to facilitate the rehabilitation of 153km of GPL’s medium voltage and low voltage network and 6941 smart meters, including the associated transformers, service lines and distribution boxes along with the rehabilitation and extension of two 69/13.8KV substations at Kingston and Vreed-en-Hoop.last_img read more

  • Newcastle suffer early League Cup exit, Everton roll on

    first_imgNewcastle boss Rafa Benitez had been fiercely criticised for his negative approach in defeat to Chelsea on Sunday that left the Magpies with just one point from their opening three league games.Benitez made seven changes for the visit to the City Ground but those coming in did their case little good as Daryl Murphy headed the hosts in front inside two minutes.That looked like being enough for Forest, until Salomon Rondon registered his first Newcastle with practically the visitors’ first decent chance two minutes into stoppage time.However, Forest weren’t to be denied as Matty Cash and Gil Dias struck in six added minutes to reach the last 32.Everton got the job done much earlier as Gylfi Sigurdsson and a double from Dominic Calvert-Lewin eased Marco Silva’s men into the next round with a 3-1 win at Goodison.Watford may be joint top of the Premier League with three wins from three, but the Hornets also have impressive depth as Javi Gracia made 11 changes for a 2-0 victory at Reading.Isaac Success and Domingos Quina on his debut ensured it was a successful night for Gracia’s men.Millwall also reached round three after twice coming from behind to beat Plymouth 3-2 thanks to Aiden O’Brien’s 89th minute winner.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Salomon Rondon protested with the referee after Nottingham Forest scored their third goal momentsLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 29 – Newcastle’s miserable start to the season suffered another blow with a dramatic late 3-1 defeat to Championship side Nottingham Forest on Wednesday to crash out of the League Cup at the second round.There was no such strife for Premier League high flyers Everton and Watford, who continued their unbeaten starts to the campaign with victories over Rotherham and Reading respectively to make round three.last_img read more

  • Bye bye Blues! Five players who should leave Chelsea this summer

    first_img 3. Nathaniel Chalobah – click right to see which winger would benefit from guaranteed first team action – Chalobah showed plenty of promise in his early years, particularly whilst on loan at Watford, but his career appears to have plateaued. He had brief spells with Burnley, in which he made just four appearances, and Reading last season, but failed to really grasp either opportunity. Gareth Southgate stuck with him during England’s disastrous European Under-21 Championship campaign but he frequently looked bereft of composure in key areas. Loftus-Cheek’s assimilation into the first team at the back end of last season could be a sign that Chalobah may be frozen out by Mourinho 5 5 2. John Obi Mikel – continue to find out which academy product may find chances hard to come by – Chelsea’s second longest serving player behind captain John Terry after Petr Cech’s recent depature, Mikel is often made a scapegoat when Chelsea come up short in games. That is if he plays, of course. The arrival of Nemanja Matic and the emergence of Ruben Loftus-Cheek has seen the Nigerian fall further and further down the pecking order in recent seasons and he frequently looks out of depth. Mourinho still has a lot of faith in the combative midfielder, but he has reportedly been in talks with Besiktas this summer over a possible move. 4. Victor Moses – continue to see which winger is wanted by a host of clubs on the continent – Yes, he’s still there! And if recent rumours have anything to go by, Mourinho reportedly wants Moses as a key figure of his first-team plans this season. While Moses impressed for Stoke on loan in the last campaign, he looked abject with Liverpool in the previous season as his attitude came under scrutiny. The winger is effective when given a run of games but his focus seems to drift when he is utilised as more of an impact player from the bench. With the likes of Eden Hazard, Oscar and Willian ahead of him, surely that will be the case again in 2015/2016? 1. Filipe Luis – click right to see which long-serving midfielder could be on his way – Signed for £15.8m last summer, Luis has been unfortunate in his brief Chelsea career so far in that Cesar Azpilicueta has got better and better over the last few years. When he has played, he hasn’t really done a lot wrong, but Mourinho favours a right-footed player on the left side of defence, which has rendered Luis a squad filler. A mooted move back to Atletico Madrid seems likely in the coming weeks. 5 5. Mohamed Salah – Salah is a class act, just apparently not in the Premier League. In his brief spell with the Blues in the season before last, he looked lightweight in a much stronger league than he was accustomed to, yet flourished for Fiorentina last year. Like Moses, he will struggle to break the attacking midfield triumvirate behind Diego Costa, and it appears half of Serie A are desperately vying for his services. A complex legal battle, however, could mean his Stamford Bridge exit drags on for longer than anticipated. The transfer window is firmly wedged open which means clubs are busy carrying out their business as they prepare for the coming Premier League season.While supporters invariably focus on players on their way into their club, others may have to be relinquished to balance the books.Some players have fallen out of favour, while others may just need a change of scenery to help rejuvenate their careers.Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea may have cantered to the title last season, but the Blues manager will be keen to guard against complacency by keeping his squad at full strength.Radamel Falcao and Asmir Begovic have already made their Stamford Bridge moves this season, but who is the deadwood that needs shifting?talkSPORT has looked at five Blues players who either need to be sold or should look elsewhere for first-team action.Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see which players have made our shortlist. 5 5last_img read more

  • Troy Deeney ‘annoyed’ he couldn’t do more to impress England boss Roy Hodgson

    first_imgEuro 2016 hopeful Troy Deeney has told talkSPORT he was annoyed he couldn’t do more to impress England manager Roy Hodgson during Watford’s 0-0 draw with Bournemouth at the weekend – revealing he wasn’t even playing up front!The Hornets captain has been tipped as an England contender thanks to his fine form for Watford. He scored 21 goals last season to fire the club to the Premier League, and has nine so far in his maiden top flight campaign.Three Lions boss Hodgson was in the stands at Vicarage Road on Saturday, reportedly with his eye on the 27-year-old striker, but Deeney drew a blank as the sides played out an entertaining goalless stalemate.But the Hornets skipper revealed he wasn’t aware of Hodgson’s presence at the game and believes his chances of making the cut are slim.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Deeney said: “I actually wasn’t told he was at the game until yesterday, and we played a different formation where I played in more of a midfielder role.“I was a bit annoyed to be honest! It was my chance to show him what I can do, but I was playing right midfield. It’s just one of those things.“My expectations [of making the Euro squad] are quite low at the moment. Sturridge is back, Welbeck is back, Rooney’s going to go and then you’ve got Kane and Vardy. I just think the typical lads will go, and I don’t mean that in a bad way.“The only thing I can do is to keep performing the way I have all season.“But I am different to all of those players. I have different qualifies and I’d like to think that if Hodgson is looking for another option, we’ve had Andy Carroll and Rickie Lambert in past squads, I can definitely fill that.”last_img read more

  • CONFIRMED! Former Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle joins Borussia Dortmund

    first_imgFormer Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle has joined Borussia Dortmund on a five-year deal.The Bundesliga runners-up have been busy reconstructing their squad following the sale of Henrikh Mkhitaryan to Manchester United.And Schurrle, 25, is the latest through the door after agreeing a deal with Wolfsburg reported to be worth around £25millionThe Germany international only joined Wolfsburg in February 2015 when he arrived from Chelsea for £22m. He has since played 43 times in the Bundesliga, scoring ten goals, and had three years left on his initial contract with the club.Schurrle, who made 44 Premier League appearances for Chelsea, told Dortmund’s official website: “Borussia Dortmund are one of the top European clubs with a strong and extremely exciting squad.“From my own experience I know how much power BVB can develop with their fans and I am already looking forward to witness it not as wide-eyed opponent but as a part of it.“I want to achieve great things with Borussia in the years to come and can’t wait to start training and convince the people it was a good move to sign me.” Former Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle has signed a five-year deal with Borussia Dortmund 1last_img read more

  • THE NORTH-WEST 10K – A BYSTANDER’S VIEW!

    first_imgby LUCY COSTELLOThe gathering is heard before it is seen; in the distance, the sound of the commentator can be discerned, rising over the chatter of the crowds of runners, joggers and walkers, which are making their way down to the Letterkenny Community Centre for the annual North-West 10km race. The weather is average: dry but dull, but the grey sky provides a wonderful contrast with the explosion of colours that gathers in front of the Community Centre. The crowd is mostly lime green, due to the official race t-shirt, but the mass of athletes is peppered bright blue, crimson-red, black and fluorescent yellow. The pure excitement of the event is also in marked contrast to the surly sky; the atmosphere is electric. ‘8 minutes to go!’ So comes the shout from the commentator. Warm-ups are already in full swing: dozens of legs are poised, stretching, against windowsills and walls, several begin star-jumping in the middle of the car park, and a few of the serious athletes are already running up and down the course, impala-like muscles flexing. Many have already begun to gather near the starting line, and as the ushers and commentator urge them on, a steady stream strides down, looking for all the world like a parade of athleticism. The starting line is bustling with the athletes. Runners, joggers and walkers of all ages and ability levels form a massive crowd behind the line, a shifting crowd that buzzes with anticipation. The front of the crowd, traditionally where the elite runners gather, showcases some of the finest athletic talent in the county, and indeed, beyond. It is a collage of running shorts, race numbers, white socks, and fluorescent Asics trainers. Many jog slowly on the spot to warm up, and the front of the crowd is a mass of dancing legs: legs, in some cases, so muscular they appear to be carved from marble. The atmosphere of the procession is as loud as an orchestra, but silence nevertheless descends rapidly as the athletes make ready. There is something mystical about the period just before a race begins. The silence. The anticipation. The boundless potential energy, which has the ability to be deafening in the midst of the quiet. This energy is straining at the seams of the silence. The athletes step forward towards the starting line, and the photographers and reporters dash forward, snap photos, and retreat quickly in the face of the crowd, which this year, numbers far more than 3,000. The athletes and spectators hold their unanimous breath as the final seconds approach. The hands of the elite runners hover above their personal timers, waiting. The energy bursts through as the whistle screams, punching through the silence. Timers are activated, muscles unclench, feet push off. The mass of muscle rushes forward, undulating in streams of blue, yellow, red and green. Thousands rush past in mere minutes, and the rubbery footfalls and snatched breaths create a human symphony over the screaming of the whistle. As the crowd progresses, it slows, and the whistle’s scream is rounded off as the last of the walkers stride beneath the starting banner, which looks naked and insignificant now. All the energy it held back like a dam has been unleashed: the North-West 10k has begun.The sheer numbers, and diversity of athletes that the event has attracted this year is stupendous. The area’s athletic clubs are out in force. Streams of colour thunder along the course: Finn Valley’s royal blue, Lifford’s crimson red, Letterkenny’s black and Foyle Valley’s deep purple, amongst many others. Hundreds of lime-green athletes dash past in the official race t-shirt. Fit for Life participants dash past. Dozens of men and women walk and run with prams, the babies and toddlers bouncing along, oblivious to the excitement. Two young women are dressed in army camouflage and miniskirts, wearing their race numbers on garters. A playing card strolls along. Even Spiderman makes an appearance. The variety of the athletes is matched by the medley of shouting and encouragement that punctures the air above their heads: ‘C’mon Catherine!’ ‘You can do it Nigel!’ ‘Go Amy, you can do this!’ ‘Hon ya boy ya!’ I’m even addressed directly: ‘Not running today, Lucy?’ Dozens of familiar faces flash past, showcasing just how many are participating in this race. Despite their diversity, one thing unites them: the atmosphere. Laughter and chatter are snatched from the athlete’s mouths as they dash past, and greetings and smiles are tossed between the runners and the crowd. The community spirit is palpable, and contagious. As the race progresses, the evidence of the athlete’s progress is obvious: hundreds upon hundreds of plastic white cups, handed out by volunteers, lie abandoned on the road, looking for all the world like wedding confetti. For the serious athletes at the front, the mood is undoubtedly different. The determination and focus of the elites seems to precede them along the way. The spectators gather on either side of the metal railings as the first runners approach. A white silence descends, before being smashed, suddenly, by a streak of purple: Foyle Valley’s Keith Shields , who sprints over the finish line with a stupendous time of 32.15 minutes. Foyle Valley nets a double victory with the arrival of Scott Rankin, who joins Shields on the other side of the finish line with a time of 33.11 minutes. Cranford AC, Inishowen AC, and Finn Valley AC then punch through in rapid succession. Children are perched on the shoulders of their parents, dogs poke their heads out through the railings, the spectators cheer and shout encouragement as the elites sprint past. The runners increase in numbers, blurring into a medley of grunts, heavy footfalls, and straining muscles, aching to get over the finish line. ‘Watch out for Mammy now.’ Children clap and cheer as their parents and older siblings dash past. A runner’s white rosary beads trail behind his neck. Those who have finished proceed to enjoy a bottle of water and a banana by the Community Centre, leading the commentator to announce: ‘Bet you that banana tastes good!’ The runners keep coming, piling into the Community Centre’s car park until it once again resembles the scene prior to the race. Tired muscles are stretched and relaxed, sweat is wiped from foreheads, hands are shaken and backs are slapped in mutual pride. Some eight hundred runners manage to cross the line before the one hour mark- a new record. The elation is palpable. As the runners finish up, and the walkers begin to stride past the finish line, the atmosphere winds down, yet the ‘runner’s high’ is strong enough to be tasted; I crave that feeling. As a bystander, looking over the events of the North-West 10k is an eye-opening experience. I have had the valuable experience of being the bystander in an event such as this; an event which has shown the strength of the athletic community in Donegal and beyond. THE NORTH-WEST 10K – A BYSTANDER’S VIEW! was last modified: May 5th, 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:North West 10klast_img read more

  • BALLYMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL MAKE QUILT IN AID OF THE JACK AND JILL FOUNDATION

    first_imgFEATURES: The children in the senior room of Ballymore National School, Dunfanaghy have made a patchwork quilt in aid of The Jack and Jill Foundation. The talented pupils have decided to name their quilt ‘The Ballymore Quilt’. The children are holding a draw for the quilt on Thursday 23rd June 2016.They are selling lines at €2 a line to raise money for this worthy cause.The Sheephaven Patchwork Quilters Guild are exhibiting their quilts in The Workhouse, Dunfanaghy from Wednesday 8th of June and have kindly invited the children to display their quilt.Lines can be purchased locally or from the school. The children have set a target and would really love to achieve this as we are a small rural primary school. Mary Ferry (SNA) was in charge of this and helped the children put the quilt together.They school have photographs of the children holding the quilt and also have a picture of our target board. (Jack and Jill making their way up the hill to reach our target – all the children’s work).BALLYMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL MAKE QUILT IN AID OF THE JACK AND JILL FOUNDATION was last modified: June 2nd, 2016 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:Ballymore National SchoolDunfanaghyFeaturesJack and Jill Foundationnewsquiltlast_img read more

  • ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE CUP: SWILLY OVERCOME DRUMKEEN IN CLOSE AFFAIR

    first_imgSwilly Rovers 2 – Drumkeen Utd 1Victory for the Ramelton men in a pulsating encounter at Swilly Park.On 4 mins Ryan Shields released Calvin Mooney whose lobbed effort was just over the bar. 2 mins later Swilly were ahead when Gareth Colhoun’s through ball found Darren Mc Geever who crossed for Calvin Mooney to produce a clinical finish from 6 yards.On 36 mins Swilly should have have further ahead when Mc Geever & Mooney combined again as Mc Cauley produced a brilliant save to deny Mooney, & Micheal McHugh’s goalbound effort hit the crossbar and bounced to safety leaving it 1-0 to Swilly at the break.Drumkeen who were always dangerous on the break were level when Philip White released Ronan Coyle, & the former Finn Harps man finished well from 8 yards.Swilly were back in front after 61 mins when Laurence Tolands powerfully delivered corner was headed home in some style by the inrushing Dylan Hegarty. Richie Moore of Drumkeen & Calvin Mooney of Swilly both had good chances in the final 10 mins but both efforts were narrowly wide. Dunccan Patterson hit the post for Swilly in the dying seconds after a great run.The home fans went home happy after an enthralling encounter.Swilly Rovers:Gareth Wade, Martin Mc Daid, Gareth Colhoun, Martin Boyce, Ryan Shields, Calvin Mooney, David Fisher, Dylan Hegarty, Michael Mc Hugh, Laurence Toland, Darren Mc Geever. Subs used: Duncan Patterson, Jordan Toland, Kyle Black, Subs unused: Darren Dunworth, Liam O’Donnell.Drumkeen Utd: Paul Mc Cauley, Michael Carroll, Benny Bonner, Brian Lafferty, Eunan Kelly, Philip White, Brian Mc Groary, Christopher Mc Bride, Conor Carlin, Ronan Coyle. Subs used: Richie Moore, Peter Mc Namee, Raymond Sweeney.Match Referee: Packie Coll. ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE CUP: SWILLY OVERCOME DRUMKEEN IN CLOSE AFFAIR was last modified: June 7th, 2014 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:donegalDrumkeen Utdswilly roversUlster senior league cuplast_img read more