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  • Saints run win streak to nine games with OT win over Spartans

    first_imgThe Selkirk Saints continued to dominate the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League, but this win not easy.Selkirk overcame a two-goal deficit midway through the third period to force overtime before Kam Crawford scored the winner just 30 seconds into the extra frame to top Trinity Western University Spartans 5-4 Friday night at the Langley Events Centre.With the victory the Saints move the 9-0 on the regular season and extended their league record winning streak to begin the year. “We came out slow and tentative tonight and paid the price when TWU took advantage of some defensive lapses in the second period and capitalized on their opportunities,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois.”But even after going down two goals early in the third period our group didn’t quit. We dominated the final 20 minutes and were rewarded for turning our game around.””Hopefully we’ll show tomorrow that we learned a lesson and come out with the same intensity that we finished with tonight,” Dubois added. Crawford’s goal, through traffic to complete the comeback, was necessary after the Spartans scored on an early third period power-play to take a 4-2 lead.Jordan Wood and Logan Proulx led the way for the Saints, each picking up points on all four of Selkirk’s goals in regulation. Blueliner Jake Harcoff and forward Jamie Kreller put the hosts ahead by a pair early in the second following a scoreless first period.The teams then traded goals, with Saints defenceman Brodie Gibbon and TWU’s Jamie Russell each scoring, before Proulx brought Selkirk back within one late in the frame. Saints netminder Chris Hurry received his second start of the regular season and stopped 17 of 21 shots before being relieved by Alex Sirard following the Spartans’ fourth goal.Sirard stopped all six shots he faced and picked up the win after his team scored the final three goals of the game. In the TWU net! Harry Fredeman was outstanding in turning aside 43 shots on the night. Saturday’s rematch is set for a 1 p.m. faceoff and can be viewed online at www.fasthockey.comlast_img read more

  • Rowing thrown Commonwealth Games lifeline

    first_imgUnder a new proposal adopted by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) at its General Assembly here yesterday, host cities must in future include 16 core sports as part of the programme and then can choose as many as they want from a list of optional sports and disciplines as long as it does not exceed a further 500 athletes.Rowing had been on the previous list of optional sports but has now been dropped, leading to Annamarie Phelps, the chairman of British Rowing, to launch a campaign to save it.”FISA, our International Federation, has been working closely for some years with the Commonwealth Games Sports Committee, and a number of large rowing Federations, to try and get rowing re-instated as a Commonwealth sport at the Games,” she said. “Rowing has met all the criteria set by the CGF Sport Committee for inclusion.”The Commonwealth Games is an excellent place for smaller nations to have the opportunity to shine, particularly those new to our sport such as the islands in the Caribbean and smaller nations like Scotland and Wales.”The growth and development of rowing in other parts of the world such as Africa and Asia has been and could be further enhanced by the opportunity to compete at a Commonwealth event too.”I am hugely dismayed and disappointed by the news of this proposal which is contrary to all that FISA and the NFs (National Federations) have been led to believe by the CGF over the last seven plus years.”Retaining rowing as an optional sport would cost nothing but help us grow into a stronger sport that could realistically be included.”David Grevemberg, chief executive of the CGF, has now promised they will review the situation.”We want to develop the formation for promotion and demotion of sports,” he told insidethegames.”We need to establish a pathway for sports.”It is quite possible for rowing to move back up.”Rowing appeared in the very first Commonwealth Games at Hamilton in 1930.It then appeared at four consecutive Games between 1950 and 1962 but has not been on the programme since Edinburgh 1986 when Sir Steve Redgrave won three gold medals.last_img read more

  • Dr. McClain’s Funeral August 22

    first_imgThe late Dr. Edward B. McClain, Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, is expected to be interred on Monday, August 22, 2016, at the Melton Family Plot in Upper Caldwell.Before his interment, funeral rites will be said over his remains at the Providence Baptist Church at 10 a.m. on the same day.The late Presidential Affairs Minister, who was also Chief of Staff in the office of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, passed in his 72nd year at the Wilgers Life Hospital in Lynwood, Pretoria, South Africa, on July 23.Meanwhile, the Book of Condolence will be opened on Wednesday, August 17, to Friday, August 19, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.According to the Foreign Affairs Ministry, on Saturday, August 20, at 4 p.m., the body of Dr. McClain will be conveyed under appropriate military escort from the Samuel A. Stryker Funeral Home in Sinkor to the Providence Baptist Church on Ashmun Street, where wake-keeping will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. En-route from the funeral home to Providence Baptist Church, the remains of the fallen Minister will be paused briefly on the grounds of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which houses the Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs where the late Minister worked.As a mark of last respect and tribute to Minister McClain, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has declared a period of mourning during which the flag will be flown at half-mast from all public buildings from Monday, August 8 to Monday August 22.According to the Foreign Affairs Ministry, the signing of the Book of Condolence begins on August 17 at 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Members of her Cabinet. At 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., the Vice President and Members of the Senate will be ushered in to sign. At 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., the Speaker and Members of the House of Representatives will sign the Book of Condolence and at 1:45 to 2:15 p.m. the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia will come in to sign.At 2:30 to 3:00 p.m., the Doyen and Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Members of the Consular Corps, the Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations and Heads of International Organization will sign the Book of Condolence. On Thursday, August 18, at 10:00 to 10:30 a.m. former officials of Government will sign while between 10:45 to 11:15 a.m., religious leaders will begin signing. At 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Heads of Public Corporations, Autonomous Agencies, Bureaus and Commissions will sign the Book. Also on Thursday, at 12:15 to 12:45 p.m., the Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs family will be allowed to sign while from 1:00 to 1:30 p.m., other officials of Government will follow. From 1:45 to 2:15 p.m., Heads of Political Parties are invited to sign the Book of Condolence followed at 2:30 to 3:00 p.m. by Heads of Civil Society Organizations. On Friday, August 19, from 11:00 to 11:30 a.m., the Business Community will sign while from 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., friends will follow and finally from 12:30 to 1:00 p.m., the public will have the privilege to sign the Book of Condolence. Meanwhile, Guinean Ambassador accredited to Liberia and Doyen of the Diplomatic Corps, Mr. Abdoulaye Doré, has expressed heartfelt condolences to Liberia for the passing of Minister McClain.Amb. Doré extended his government’s condolences during a courtesy call on Foreign Affairs Minister Marjon V. Kamara on Friday, August 12. During discussions, the Guinean envoy extended deepest condolences to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the sudden death of Dr. McClain on behalf of his President, Dr. Alpha Conde. The Guinean diplomat said President Condé received the news of Dr. McClain’s death with a heavy heart and therefore expressed profound regrets over his passing, stressing that the late Presidential Affairs Minister was very instrumental in cementing the existing ties of friendship between him (President Condé) and President Sirleaf.Responding, Min. Kamara told the Guinean Ambassador that the death of Minister McClain has left a huge vacuum in the Liberian government.Min. Kamara indicated that the late Presidential Affairs Minister served as a principal channel to many francophone countries and that President Sirleaf would be very grateful for the message of condolence and words of comfort sent by her Guinean counterpart as she looks forward to a continued cordial relationship between them to the end of her administration. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Union to seek court action over severance denial

    first_imgFollowing months of demonstrations, the matter regarding the non-payment of severance packages to hundreds of sugar workers attached to the Wales Sugar Estate may finally be soon resolved.On Sunday, Guyana Times was informed that the workers, through their representative union, the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU), would soon seek redress through the courts.In addition to the Ministry of the Presidency, sugar workers protested Thursday’s sitting of the National AssemblyThis newspaper was told that in the last few days, preparatory steps were undertaken for litigation to be filed in the High Court. It is believed that action will be filed some time this week.Workers who were interviewed over the weekend informed Guyana Times that while they remain without their payments, they would continue to protest outside the Estate. Reports suggest that there will be follow-up protest actions in the coming week.It was revealed in February that the Union was considering taking legal action against the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo). It is believed that some 375 workers remain without their severance packages, but the Agriculture Ministry contended that all workers who requested severance were already paid. This disclosure was deemed “misleading” by GAWU. Moreover, workers have repeatedly noted that the Ministry’s contention was indeed “misleading”.The workers’ contention is that they cannot be compelled to travel to the Uitvlugt Estate on the West Coast of Demerara, which is some 22 miles from Wales.On Thursday, sugar workers and their families protested outside the Ministry of the Presidency and Parliament Building, calling for the President and Agriculture Minister to immediately address their concerns. Workers from the soon-to-be-closed-as-well Enmore Estate joined the protest against Government’s reported intention to close multiple estates.ConsequencesRelatives of the sugar workers were also present at last week’s protests and they told this publication of the challenges they have been facing since the estate ceased operations last year.“My husband working at Wales Sugar Estate and since last year, he is not working and I have five children to go to school, where I gone get this money from? We asking the President to intervene in our matter,” Salima Bacchus had noted.“We need we children to get education; the people must get work; right now, my husband is out of job, I out of job, I have a baby to look to milk, to get porridge stuff, everything,” another mother of four noted.GAWU President Komal Chand, who was also on the picket line, described Agriculture Minister Noel Holder’s handling of the sector as “heartless”, and noted that the workers were becoming desperate. At a previous protest, the workers had told this newspaper that they were finding it difficult to get consistent employment and as such, were struggling to make ends meet. It was explained that their finances were declining, since they were unable to garner five-day-a-week jobs.“The family making out real rough; right now, money going down real low,” Festus Roberts had stated.Michael Chotoo, another protester, had told this publication that he was finding great difficulty sending his children, aged 15, 13 and nine, to school.At one of their many demonstrations, the workers had reminded that President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo had committed their support to the sugar industry in the run-up to the 2015 General and Regional Elections. However, when Government had confirmed the end of sugar operations at Wales Estate last year, it was explained that cost was the main factor for the entity’s closure. Government has also since expressed that only three sugar estates will remain operational in Guyana.One year ago, GAWU had filed action in the High Court regarding the non-consultations of unions over the severance and redeployment of workers attached to the Wales Sugar Estate. Some 100 workers then had been promised severance packages on March 22, 2016, but were only paid some months later. The Court had determined that the unions must be consulted before the workers could make their decisions on their future.last_img read more

  • Florida remains unbeaten, 69-57

    first_imgThe sophomore point guard finished 12 of 12 from the free throw line, made three 3-pointers and led Florida in scoring for the second consecutive game. This one was close until the Gators put together a 10-0 run midway through the second half, one that included seven points from Chris Richard. GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Taurean Green scored 21 points, Al Horford had 14 and No. 2 Florida remained unbeaten with a 69-57 victory over Auburn on Saturday. Green made six free throws over the final 5:25 to help the Gators (16-0, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) extend the best start and longest winning streak in school history. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa AnitaRichard had a dunk, a turnaround jumper in the lane, a free throw and a layup during the stretch that turned a 49-47 lead into a 12-point advantage. The Tigers (8-6, 0-3) were helpless to slow it down, too, because Frank Tolbert used the team’s final timeout during a loose-ball scramble with 10:47 to play. Tolbert’s slam off a rebound made it 49-47 with about 12 minutes to play, but the Tigers scored 10 points the rest of the way. Tolbert hit a 3-pointer with 28 seconds to play and finished with 21 points on 8-of-14 shooting. Florida won despite an off-shooting night from its guards. Green and Lee Humphrey were a combined 6 of 20 from the field, including 6 of 17 from behind the arc. last_img read more

  • CMS, Pomona-Pitzer to renew their rivalry tonight

    first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card So much so that the contest between the Stags and the Sagehens is known to have NCAA Division I referees requesting to officiate the long-standing rivalry. Rich Kolan, who refs Big West and Pac-10 games, will lead tonight’s matchup, which stands to be as competitive as ever with both CMS and Pomona-Pitzer heading into the game 2-0 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference action. “In any year it makes for a great game,” said Sagehens coach Charles Katsiaficas, whose team is defending back-to-back conference titles. “You can throw records out the window because you know it’s going to be a heck of a game. In certain years, when both teams are competitive, it adds a little more to the game.” So far this year, both are competitive. The Sagehens (8-5, 2-0) have won five in a row and are led by Edward Wexler-Beron (16.8 points per game) and David Knowles (14.3 ppg). Pomona-Pitzer has also seen the return of last year’s SCIAC Player of the Year, Alexander Lloyd, from knee surgery. Lloyd (8.7 ppg), who has played in just three games, didn’t see any action in a victory over Caltech on Saturday because his injury flared up, but Katsiaficas is optimistic he’ll participate tonight. The Stags (8-5, 2-0) have won four of their last five games, with three of those victories coming in overtime. The latest saw CMS outlast Whittier College on Saturday, on the legs of 18 points from Emanuel Maceira. Rivalries up the ante in any sport. But the one that Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer share – two athletic programs spread over five college campuses in a close-knit community – rivals just about any matchup you’ll find on any basketball court in Southern California. Maceira leads the Stags with 14.6 points a game, while John Parsons (14.3 ppg) and Miles Taylor (13.2) are both scoring in double figures. “We’re only two games into the season, and it’s truly all about the conference,” said Scalmanini, who split last year with Pomona-Pitzer. “We have a big one (today), and we’re getting better still.” ON THE MOVE The Chaffey men’s basketball team (19-4) improved to 4-0 in the Foothill Conference with two wins last week that helped the Panthers jump from No. 17 in the state poll to No. 6. Four days after dropping No. 16 Mt. Jan Jacinto (15-8, 3-1), Chaffey raced to a 102-100 win over No. 19 San Bernardino Valley (14-9, 2-2), the favorite to win the conference this year. Then the Panthers dropped perennial conference power Antelope Valley (9-12, 2-2) in a 95-85 comeback win. Chaffey will host Victor Valley (8-13, 2-2) tonight at 7. At Mt. SAC, the women’s basketball team (23-1) dropped No. 2 Pasadena (16-3) by way of a 63-59 win on Friday. The victory still wasn’t good enough to vault the Mounties past No. 1 San Joaquin Delta (21-4), which lost to Mt. SAC earlier this season. The Mounties will play at East Los Angeles (7-14) today at 5:30 p.m. BRONCOS HONORED December proved an up-and-down month for both the men (8-5, 4-2 in California Collegiate Athletic Association) and the women (6-7, 3-3) at Cal Poly Pomona. Two of the steadier players in both programs were honored by the Broncos this week with athlete-of-the-month nods Senior Jonathan Boyd (Etiwanda High) led the men with 12.3 points per game in December. He is currently second on the team with 12.3 points per game, a number boosted by the career-best 31 points he turned in during Cal Poly’s 99-76 win over Cal State Stanislaus on Saturday. Sophomore Ashley Moody, the women’s leader with 12.4 points per game, averaged 12 points a game in December. She injured her knee in a game against Cal State Bakersfield on Jan. 7 and hasn’t played since. The Broncos could learn the results of an MRI taken Saturday as soon as today. Either way, coach Paul Thomas said she would not play this weekend, when Cal Poly plays at Cal State San Bernardino and UC San Diego. UP TO TASK Two former Upland High School basketball stars enjoyed some success in recent weeks in their respective four-year programs. Sheldon Pace (Chaffey College) dished out 17 assists to set a record for No. 7 Southwest Baptist in a 95-78 win over No. 17 Central Missouri State. Pace leads SMU (16-1) with 14.2 points and 9.1 assists per game. SMU will play Missouri Western State (10-6) on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. At Whittier, senior Brandon Robinson earned tournament MVP honors at the Purple & Gold Poet Classic January 5-6 and was named the SCIAC’s Male Athlete of the Week. Robinson (7.8 points a game on the season) had 45 points and 28 rebounds, good for two double-doubles in three games. Whittier (6-7, 0-2) will play Occidental (11-1, 2-0) tonight at 7:30. HALL MOVES ON Julie Hall, who served as Cal Poly director of development for the athletic department until December, was named the assistant athletic director of development at UC Riverside. Hall, who was at Cal Poly for two years, will be responsible for leading a major gifts fund-raising program. Jeff Sanders’ local college package runs on Wednesday. He can be reached at (909) 483-8540 or at 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img In any division. “I think it’s a one-of-a-kind rivalry,” said CMS head coach Ken Scalmanini, whose team will host Pomona-Pitzer tonight at 7:30 at Claremont McKenna college. “You see each other throughout the year on the campuses, and that adds a dimension of competitiveness. It’s in front of the whole school which team wins, so the kids get after it. There’s a lot of kids diving on the floor at a rapid pace.” last_img read more

  • Valley’s largest job fair coming to town

    first_img Job seekers should dress appropriately and bring resumes. For more information, contact the college’s Job Placement Center at (661) 722-6358. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LANCASTER – The Antelope Valley’s largest job fair will bring together job seekers and more than 60 employers. Antelope Valley College’s 11th semiannual Career Information and Job Fair is set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in the Student Center at the college, 3041 W. Ave. K, adjacent to parking lot 5. The college’s Job Placement Center is sponsoring the event, along with Brunswick Sands Bowl, Captain Tony’s Pizza, William Edward’s Photography, Vince’s Pasta and Pizza, Sizzler, Agua Dulce Hardware and the Army. Last fall’s job fair attracted an estimated 1,500 job seekers and more than 80 employers. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event Employers represent a diverse range of professions including law enforcement, child care, clerical, customer service, education, health care, aerospace, the military and others. Among the employers slated to attend are Lockheed Martin, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Scaled Composites, 2 GeeksInaBox, TechExcel Career Schools, Crunch Time Consultant Services, Creative Outdoor Advertising, World Financial Group and The Talent Professor. Other participants include Future Transitions, Antelope Valley Schools Transportation Agency, Waggoner’s Trucking, the Los Angeles Fire Department, the city of Lancaster, Just Rite Community Programs, Torres-Martinez Tribal TANF, AV Career Academy, Van Nuys Work Source, Camacho Auto Sales, Concept One Staffing and the city of Palmdale. Other participants include L.A. Cops, Federal Bureau of Prisons-Victorville, Zee Bee Driving School, DESI/JOB CORPS, AV Family YMCA. Mental Health Systems, the California Army National Guard, Pestmaster Services, the Los Angeles Airport Police, Assistance League Preschool, the Los Angeles Police Department, the A.V. Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency, and Huffman Hospice. Also taking part are California State University, Bakersfield, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Select Personnel Services, AV Regional Occupational Programs, EDO Corp., Federal Aviation Administration, the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Six Flags California, Edwards Air Force Base, the University of Phoenix, UPS, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, FedEx Ground, Antelope Valley Hospital, Auto Simple, the California Department of Corrections, Countrywide Home Loans and High Desert Medical Group. last_img read more

  • Top Garda tells court they do not take part in “turkey shoots’ of sports fans

    first_imgThe head of the Garda Traffic Corps in Donegal has said his officers are not taking part in “turkey shoots” to give out parking tickets to sports fans.Inspector Michael Harrison was speaking after a number of Finn Harps fans received parking fines at Letterkenny District Court. One solicitor claimed that his client had received a parking ticket on March 14th while numerous other cars around him had not.“My client came out and it was a bit like a turkey shoot, he had been ticketed but other cars around him had not,” claimed the solicitor.A number of other people also received parking tickets on the night on which Harps played Shamrock Rovers.However, Inspector Harrison said An Garda Siochana do not take part in “turkey shoots” and were merely responding to complaints by local residents.Indeed Inspector Harrison said he was a season-ticket holder at Finn Park and never had any trouble parking near the ground.“I want to put it out there that we do not go on turkey shoots and we don’t go out to county finals giving out tickets. We respond to complaints from residents.“On this occasion we received calls from residents at Navenney Street and Steeple View because cars were parked on the footpath,” he said.Judge Paul Kelly fined a number of fans €80 for illegally parking on the night.Among those fined on the day was a Finn Harps club official who was asked by Judge Kelly “Are you a Finn Harps supporter also?”, to which he responded he was!Top Garda tells court they do not take part in “turkey shoots’ of sports fans was last modified: January 11th, 2017 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:donegalFinn ParkInspector Michael Harrisonturkey shootlast_img read more

  • Milinkovic-Savic says he won’t leave Lazio, despite Chelsea, Man United links

    first_img silverware gameday cracker possible xi Most recently, the Stamford Bridge side were reported to be plotting a gigantic £115m bid for Serbian.However, Milinkovic-Savic himself has promised a group of fans he will stay at the club. How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? REVEALED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star possible standings tense shining Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures center_img 1 REVEALED Milinkovic-Savic says he will stay at the Stadio Olimpico Sergej Milinkovic-Savic says he is staying at Lazio this summer.The £130m-rated midfield star has been linked with Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid this summer. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won smart causal Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Latest Chelsea News Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City REAL DEAL According to Goal, the 23-year-old returned to Lazio’s clinic today for a medical check prior to him joining up with the squad for pre-season.Fans waited for him outside the facility and asked whether he would be playing at the Stadio Olimpico next season, to which he simply responded: “Of course I’m staying, do you not see that I’m here?”last_img read more


    first_imgGaoth Dobhair residents are outraged at what they have described as ‘the continuing destruction’ of their scenic coastal walks by trial bikers.The tracks left behind by the bikers at the weekend.They claim that on Saturday last a group of bikers visiting the area ripped up sand-dunes and drove through private property.They say they ignored local complaints, saying it that it was “only commonage.” Local fear this problem will only escalate as there is no deterent.They say complaints have ben made to the National Parks and Wildlife Service as the area is a special area of conservation. OUTRAGE AT ‘TRAIL OF DESTRUCTION’ LEFT BY BIKERS IN GAOTH DOBHAIR was last modified: February 9th, 2015 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:bikerscommonagedonegalGaoth Dobhairlast_img read more