Facebook 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Pinterest By Alan Hartnett – 6th May 2019 Twitter GAA Below are the recent deaths in Laois.Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam.Kay Heavin (née Conlon)St Brigid’s, Portlaoise, LaoisHeavin (nee Conlon) St Brigid’s Place, Portlaoise. May 4th 2019. Peacefully surrounded by her loving family. Kay, beloved wife of the late Jim. Deeply regretted by her loving sons, Sean, Eamonn and Patrick, daughters, Mary, Brenda and Delia, brothers, sisters, brothers in law, sisters in law, nephews, nieces, grandchildren, great grandchildren, relatives and friends.Rest in PeaceReposing at her residence on Monday from 4pm with rosary at 8pm. Removal on Tuesday morning to arrive at SS Peter and Paul’s Church for 10am requiem Mass. Interment afterwards in SS Peter and Paul’s Cemetery.John (Sean) KennyChurchfield Court, Castletown, Laois / Sallins, KildareJohn (Sean) Kenny, Churchfield Court, Castletown, Portlaoise, Co. Laois and formerly of Osberstown, Sallins, Co. Kildare. May 5, 2019 (peacefully) at the Midlands Regional Hospital, Tullamore. Deeply regretted by his loving sisters Nula and Rena, brothers in law, his very close friends Gabrial, Crina, Vlad and Lorena, nieces, nephews, extended family, relatives, neighbours and friends.“May John Rest In Peace”Reposing in Guilfoyle’s Funeral Home, Castletown, Mountrath (Eir Code R32 TN84) this Tuesday evening from 5 o’c with prayers in the funeral home at 8 o’c. Removal this Wednesday morning (May 8th) at 10.45 o’c to St. Edmund’s Church, Castletown (Eir Code R32 KT22) for Funeral Mass at 11 o’c with burial immediately afterwards in Bodenstown Cemetery, Sallins, Co. Kildare, arriving 1.30pm approximately.Irene Margaret McRobbApartment 4 Fassadinin, New Row, Abbeyleix, LaoisThe death has occurred of Irene Margaret McRobb, formerly Glasglow/London on May 5th 2019 peacefully with her loving daughters by her side at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Mountmellick. Beloved mother of Kirsty & Carly (Lewis, Ballyroan) and partner Michael. Sadly missed by her sister Maureen and late brother Ronnie, nieces, nephews and friends.Funeral Arrangements LaterMaurice (Mac) ByrneInch, Stradbally, Laois / Carlow Town, CarlowMaurice Byrne, Inch, Stradbally, Co. Laois and formerly 19 St. Patrick’s Avenue, Carlow. Passed away peacefully with his family at Droimnin Nursing Home, Stradbally . Predeceased by his loving wife Celine, Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his family, daughter Bernie, son Tom, also Tony, Aine and family, daughter in law Sandra, son in law James, grandchildren, Lauren, Daragh, Celine and Conor, extended family, neighbours and friends.May Maurice Rest In Peace.Reposing at his home at Inch, Stradbally from 6pm this evening (Saturday) Recital of the Rosary at 8pm on Sunday night. Removal to The Sacred Heart Church, Stradbally on Monday 6th May for 12 noon Requiem Mass, interment to follow in Oakvale cemetery.Ethel Doyle (née Purcell)13 Monaghan Street Milford, Armagh City, Armagh / Abbeyleix, Laois / GalwayDoyle (née Purcell) Armagh, (formerly Abbeyleix and Galway) May 3rd 2019 peacefully at home, surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of Joseph and devoted mother to Eamon. Loving sister of John and daughter of the late Ned and Mary RIPHer remains will leave her late residence 13 Monaghan Street, Milford on Monday to arrive at St Malachy’s Church for 12.30pm funeral mass. Burial afterwards in Tullysaran Cemetery.Deeply regretted and sorely missed by her loving husband, son, brother, mother-in-law Mary, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law and the entire family circle.On her soul sweet Jesus have mercy.Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu to Fr Peter McVerry Trust or Capachin Care Centre c/o any family member or Mone Funeral Directors, 22a Lower Clea Road, Keady, Co. Armagh, BT60 3HRMai DooleyShannon Street, Mountrath, LaoisMai Dooley, Shannon Street, Mountrath, Co.Laois. Died 2nd May 2019, (peacefully), in the tender loving care of matron and staff of St. Vincent’s Hospital Mountmellick. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing brothers Joe and Tommy, sister-in-law Sal, brother-in-law Jim, nephews, nieces, extended family, relatives and friends.May Mai Reat In PeaceReposing at Burke’s Funeral Home, Mountrath on Friday evening from 8p.m. with Rosary at 9p.m. Removal on Saturday evening to St. Fintan’s Church, Mountrath, arriving at 6p.m. Requiem Mass on Sunday morning at 11.30a.m. followed by Burial in St. Fintan’s Cemetery, Mountrath.Elizabeth SheilsTarleton Hall, Tanyard Lane, Tullamore, Offaly / Mountmellick, LaoisMore fondly known as Betsy (Betty). Late of Mountmellick. Died Peacefully in her 90th year in the wonderful care of the staff of Bethany House Nursing Home, Tyrrellspass. Pre deceased by her brothers Desmond, Joseph and Terence. Betsy will be sadly missed by her loving brother Gerard (Clonmel), sisters in law Janet (Sheils), Pat (Sheils) and Phyllis (Sheils), her nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, relatives and friends.May She Rest In PeaceReposing at O’Reilly’s Funeral Home, Harbour Street, Tullamore, on Sunday from 4.30pm until Removal at 6.30pm to the Church of the Assumption, Tullamore. Requiem Mass on Monday morning at 10am followed by Burial after Mass in Clonminch Cemetery, Tullamore.Michael FlanaganBorohan, Errill, LaoisMichael Flanagan, Borohan, Errill, Co. Laois. May 2nd 2019. Peacefully in the tender care of Patterson’s Nursing Home, Roscrea. Sadly mourned by his sisters Catherine, Eileen, Masie and Margaret, his brothers Johnny, Noel, P.J. and Timmie, his good friend Terry, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.Reposing at his home (Borohan) on Friday evening from 5:30pm with rosary at 9pm. Funeral Mass on Saturday morning at 10am in The Church of Our Lady, Queen of The Universe, Errill followed by burial in Bealady Cemetery.House private on Saturday morning. Family flowers only by request. Donations can be made at Michael’s funeral to Diabetes Ireland.SEE ALSO – Deaths in Laois – Sunday, May 5, 2019 TAGSDeath in Laois WhatsApp Previous articleA dramatic Top 4 weekend comes to a close as Portlaoise Panthers claim three titlesNext articleIn Pictures: Laois Martial Arts prove they are Elite in latest challenge Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GAA GAA Home Deaths Deaths in Laois – Monday, May 6, 2019 Deaths Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Twitter Deaths in Laois – Monday, May 6, 2019
QUEENSTOWN, New Zealand — LPGA major winner Pernilla Lindberg of Sweden has missed the cut at the New Zealand Golf Open after becoming the first woman to play in the 101-year-old men’s professional tournament. Lindberg shot 1-over 73 Friday to follow her first round 9-over par 80, finishing in a tie for 151st in the 156-strong field. While she missed the cut, she surpassed her goal for the tournament – to ”beat just one man” – by beating four. The 11-year LPGA Tour veteran, who won the ANA Inspiration in 2018, played the tournament on a sponsor’s invitation, teaming in the pro-am format with New Zealand rugby star Beauden Barrett. She was married in Queenstown a year ago and was holidaying with her husband in the South Island resort to celebrate their first anniversary when she was invited to compete. Full-field scores from the New Zealand Open ”I was going to be here anyway and it is my favorite country,” Lindberg said. ”I couldn’t say no. Any chance to tee it up at these beautiful courses I could not say no.” The first two rounds of the tournament are played over two courses, The Hills and the Millbrook Resort with the last two rounds at Millbrook. Korean teenager Joo-hyung Kim retained a one shot tournament lead at 11-under par, following his first round 64 with a 5-under 67 on Friday.
2017 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R gets new ‘Pearl Blizzard White/ Metallic Flat Raw Titanium’ colour. Team Green just unwrapped a new colour scheme for its flagship model, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R. New for 2017 onwards is the ‘Pearl Blizzard White/ Metallic Flat Raw Titanium’ featured in the image.Whilst a great number of the bike’s fairings will come dressed in the Pearl Blizzard White scheme, much of the lower fairings will be coated in a Metallic Flat Raw Titanium instead.Added contrast comes from the revised green-finished nitrogen reservoir canisters for the superbike’s Showa Balance Free Front Forks. The Ninja ZX-10R’s decal graphics also sees minor design changes.This new ‘Pearl Blizzard White/ Metallic Flat Raw Titanium’ colour combination will be offered alongside the model’s existing two colour schemes, which are the green and black combination livery plus the black ‘Lime Green/ Ebony KRT Replica’ option.No word on pricing just yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised if Kawasaki imposed a slight hike in the price figure for this premium new paint scheme.Launched late last year, the new generation Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R has since garnered a strong reputation for itself in its segment. Much of this comes down to the model’s re-energised and high-tech array of features that include a Bosch IMU system as well.Presently, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R retails in Malaysia from RM104,859 (with GST) sans road tax, insurance and registration costs. Click here to read our riding impressions of the new litre-class superbike after riding on track.You can also click here to check out the specially-built Akrapovič after-market exhaust system for it or here to check out the special racing parts & tools catalogue as well.–Ads–
“The West Wing” cast — Photo by: James Sorensen/NBCU Photo Bank(LOS ANGELES) — Richard Schiff is hinting that a reunion of the cast of the Emmy-winning NBC drama The West Wing could be in the works, and like those that brought the casts of shows like Community back together, a charity component would be involved. Schiff had been posting photos on his Twitter showing he was a part of the protests over George Floyd, who died May 25 while in police custody when former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck. The incident led to ongoing worldwide protests. Schiff was asked by a fan whether his current show, ABC’s The Good Doctor, would somehow address the Black Lives Matter movement, and if he’d heard about how the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine had donated $100,000 to the Bail Relief Fund for those arrested during the protests. While Schiff said it wasn’t his place to speak for The Good Doctor‘s producers, he noted, “I am working with my cast mates from The West Wing for these purposes. Including a cast reunion and reading coming soon. Good for Brooklyn 99. I hope it makes a difference.”Schiff won an Emmy for his role as White House Communications Director Toby Ziegler on The West Wing, which starred actors whose activism remains a big part of their off-screen lives, including Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford, Dulé Hill, and Rob Lowe.By Stephen IervolinoCopyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
By Bridget CookPOLICE arrested an 18-year-old driver yesterday morning following three separate high-speed pursuits through Pakenham, Berwick and Beaconsfield. In…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
The lead stood up until Colton Schell worked a pretty three-way passing play with teammates Gavin Currie and Cameron Dobransky with three minutes remaing in the frame.Fernie, undefeated in six games, dominated the Leafs for most of the game, holding a commanding 32-20 margin in shots and an 18-5 advantage in the first period.The loss snapped a brief two-game winning streak by Nelson, which started the season 0-4. The Leafs opened the weekend with an 8-3 trashing of Grand Forks Friday in the Boundary City thanks to a four-point performance from Currie and two goals by Schell.The win gave Nelson some payback after the Bruins blasted the Green and White 6-2 earlier this season.After the teams traded goals, a power play marker by Currie put the Leafs ahead for good. Colton Malmsten gave Nelson a 3-1 lead before the period ended.Zachary Thompson beat Marcus Beesley in the Leaf nets to pull the Bruins to within a goal six minutes into the second frame. But Nelson outscored Grand Forks 3-1 in the late stages of the period to take a commanding 6-3 advantage after 40 minutes.Connor McLaughlin and Schell scored in the third to pad the Nelson lead.Dallon Stoddart, Marcus Dahl and Adrian Moyls also scored for the Leafs. Thompson led the Bruins with two goals while Nick Van Damme added the final marker.The Bruins out shot the Leafs 34-30. Rookie Walker Sidoni and Leaf captain Taylor O’Neil were involved in fights for Nelson.The Leafs return to action tonight at 7 p.m. at the NDCC Arena when Fernie Ghostriders pay a visit. The Ghostriders, 5-0 to start the season, dumped Creston Thunder Cats 3-1.BLUELINES: The official word by the KIJHL for suspending head coach Chris Shaw was due to the Leafs using “non-approved – by Hockey Canada – players.” Twice Shaw used ineligible players and received a one-game suspension for the first offence (the Sept.18th contest against Grand Forks) and a two-game (during the Sept.19th game against Penticton) sit for the second. Assistant coaches Jason Rushton and Sean Dooley handled the coaching duties . . . Nelson was also without the services of defenceman Raymond Reimer. The 6’4”, 205-pound rearguard was suspended for one game for receiving a game misconduct in the final ten minutes of Sunday’s 3-2 Nelson win over Penticton Lakers. Reimer missed Saturday’s game due to family commitments. Forward Cody Abbey and defenceman Tyler Parfeniuk also missed the weekend games due to [email protected] By Bruce Fuhr,The Nelson Daily Sports EditorThomas Abenante scored his second goal of the game on a penalty shot to spark the visiting Fernie Ghostriders to a 4-2 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Leafs Saturday night at the NDCC Arena in Nelson.It was the second game of the weekend Nelson played without head coach Chris Shaw, suspended by the KIJHL for using “non-approved” players. Shaw, watching the game from the NDCC press box, was handed a three-game sit and will miss Nelson’s next game of the season, Wednesday night at home against Spokane.Abenante was awarded the penalty shot when a Leaf defenceman closed his hand on the puck while it was in the air over the goal crease. Abenante calmly skated toward the Leaf goal before snapping a low wrist shot past Marcus Beelsey.Mark Stachan added an insurance goal for the Eddie Mountain leaders.Twice the Leafs rallied from one-goal deficits. Abenante gave the visitors a 1-0 lead at the first intermission break. Fernie dominated the frame, at one point out shooting the Leafs 12-0.Tanner Burns tied the game in the second, scoring on the power play before Mike Weist regained the lead for Fernie with a power play marker.
REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE***Hula Hoops Senior Women’s National Cup Final, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, Dublin 31/1/2016Oblate Dynamos vs NUIG MysticThe NUIG Mystic teamMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne NUIG Mystics – Champions of IrelandTeam& Scorers:Back row L to R. Michelle Fahy(13), Rebecca Hansberry, Hannah Coen(4), Marritta Gillcrease(10), Leah Cunningham(2), Suzanne McDonagh, Lauren Murray(2), Siobhan Kilkenny(14).Front Row. L to R. Ailish O Reilly(15), Emer Smyth, Sarah Grealish, Deirdre O Shea(11), Aoibhin O Neill, Catherine Connaire. Coach Mike Murray. Asst.Coach Terry Kennedy. NUIG Mystics Claimed their first ever National Cup in the National Basketball Arena in Dublin on Sunday against Oblate Dynamos on a scoreline of 71-44. Mystics Started strong with Michelle Fahy, Marritta Gillcrease, Lauren Murray,Ailish O Reilly and Siobhan Kilkenny, and after inflicting a heavy defeat to Dynamos in the league the previous weekend they certainly were not going to consider any form of an upset. NUIG Mystics ran out to a 15-0 lead early in the first quarter with their strong defensive work causing numerous turnovers from Oblate and converted them to scores at the other end.The 1st quarter ended on a scoreline of 25-7 in Mystics favour with Kilkenny Fahy and Gillcrease dominating the scoring. The second quarter saw more of the same with Deirdre O Shea and Catherine Connaire introduced for NUIG Mystics up front and Hannah Coen and Leah Cunningham maintaining NUIG Mystics dominance on the boards.The second quarter ended with NUIG Mystics having built up a considerable lead and headed to the dressing room at the half with a 42-19 lead. The third quarter started with O Reilly causing a lot of trouble for the Oblate Guards causing numerous turnovers and steals and Gillcrease and Fahy remaining supreme on the boards. At the end of the third the scoreline read 58-31 in NUIG Mystics favour. Into the fourth and with the result not in doubt the Mystics coaching staff started to run the bench with Emer Smyth Suzanne McDonagh and Rebecca Hansberry all seeing the floor and acquitting themselves well with McDonagh getting a Gillcrease like block to finish out the game. At that stage the Mystics fans,players and coaches began to celebrate a very special win for the team. A special thanks to all the fans who traveled to the Arena to support the team and join in the celebrations.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Sat 07 Dec U21 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Kenny Park,(Final), Clarinbridge V St Mary’s GAA Athenry 14:15, Ref: Liam Gordon U21 B Hurling Championship, Venue: Cregg, (Round 3),Sarsfields V Annaghdown 14:00, Ref: Sean ByrneU21 B1 Hurling Championship, Venue: Sylane,(Quarter-Final), Sylane V Gort 14:00, Ref: Richard McNicholasU21 B1 Hurling Championship Group 2, Venue: Ballinasloe,(Round 3), Ballinasloe V Salthill-Knocknacarra 14:00, Ref: Peter CampbellSun 08 DecU21 A1 Hurling Championship, Venue: Oranmore-Maree,(Quarter-Final), Oranmore-Maree V Killimordaly 14:00, Ref: Peter Murphyprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Deputy Pearse Doherty is seeking urgent clarification from Government over its pledge to reopen the 19 bed Short Stay Ward at Letterkenny University Hospital.The Donegal TD was speaking following having received a response to a Dáil Question on the issue of new hospital beds in which the Minister failed to specifically cite Letterkenny as one of the locations where additional beds will be rolled out next year.Deputy Doherty said “As many people will be aware the campaign to have the short stay ward at Letterkenny Hospital has been something which Sinn Féin has been to the fore on for many months now. “In fact, a petition initiated by the party last July garnered over 5,600 signatures from people across the county demanding that the ward be reinstated in order to alleviate the chronic problem of hospital overcrowding.“And while the pledge made by the government following the budget earlier this month that the short stay ward would be reopened was a fantastic achievement and one which is owing to people power, there are still serious questions over just how genuine the government’s determination is to deliver this pledge.He added that when he sought clarification from the Government over recent days about its plans to provide additional hospital bed capacity and queried the locations and time frame for the delivery of these new beds, there was no reference made to the Letterkenny Hospital in the Minister’s reply.“Instead, the Minister simply responded to state that in early 2019 an additional 80 hospital beds will be brought on stream and these included an additional 30-bed ward in Our Lady of Lourdes Drogheda, a 40-bed modular ward block in South Tipperary General Hospital, and four high dependency beds in the Mater and Cork University Hospital respectively. “The Minister went on to give some vague details about the government allocating an additional €10 million in capital funding next year for further acute beds as part of the Winter Initiative 2019/20.“It’s now vital – given the severity of hospital overcrowding and lack of capacity at LUH – that the Government immediately provides clarity in respect of these plans to reopen the Short Stay Ward in Letterkenny.“This is why I intend to now raise this issue once again with the Minister where I will be demanding clarity in relation to the unit and when it’s expected that the short stay facility will be reinstated at the hospital.”Clarity demanded over plans to reopen LUH Short Stay Ward was last modified: October 23rd, 2018 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:donegalletterkennyluhPearse Doherty
Tags:#web#Web Office Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Web Office suite provider ThinkFree has announced it has hit the 1 Million mark in number of hosted documents, up from 654,000 in late February when we last reported ThinkFree’s usage. Their community uploads between 60,000 to 80,000 documents per month and currently ThinkFree has 335,000 users, up from the 250,000 in February.ThinkFree also stated in their blog post that they are the number 2 Web Office suite provider, behind Google Apps. They wrote:“GD&S is a great lightweight tool, but having the best MS Compatibility and the highest level of feature functionality of any online offie suite has propelled us into the second spot.”ThinkFree’s main startup competitor Zoho also recently announced user numbers, stating that they have over 300K users. The current figure is around 310k, according to a Zoho representative I checked with tonight.Judging by the figures both companies provided, it seems that Zoho’s growth rate is stronger. According to their blog post, Zoho took “12 months to get to the first 100K users, 6 months for the next 100K users and 4 months for the last 100K users.” However it’s great to see that both Web Office startups are experiencing high usage and growing well. While Google is the dominant player in this market, both ThinkFree and Zoho are an acquisition away from being major players in the office software market (e.g. Microsoft or Oracle might buy them).Disclosure: Zoho is a R/WW sponsor A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… richard macmanus Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts