An answered prayer

first_imgNadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ JAKARTA—After getting an answered prayer, national coach Yeng Guiao has dared to dream big in the Asian Games men’s basketball competition, which the Philippines crammed to prepare for.ADVERTISEMENT Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced “It’s a game we need to win, let’s put it that way. Otherwise, we will be just trying to improve on our seventh place finish the last time out,” he said. “And we don’t want that.”The Philippines needs to deal with China first in the group stage and will go into that Tuesday game against the Great Wall as a big underdog. But the winning margin against Kazakhstan means the Filipinos only need to keep things close against the Chinese to gain safe passage to the quarterfinals.If Kazakhstan manages to pull of a stunning upset against China, it will have to do so via a seemingly implausible rout, otherwise the Philippines will advance via the tiebreak anyway.The Filipinos started out hot and didn’t let up, suffocating the Kazakhstan offense with a pressing defense that allowed just one player to score in twin digits. Clarkson, who arrived after a long-haul flight from Los Angeles, went straight to GBK Basketball Hall and arrived in the third quarter to see Gilas Pilipinas put the finishing touches to a dominant win.“The Lord blessed us with a very nice win,” Guiao said, understanding that the national basketball program is in need of heavy doses of positivity after a controversial stretch that kicked off with a brawl in the Philippines-Australia World Cup qualifying duel last July 2.ADVERTISEMENT Peza offers relief to ecozone firms Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs LATEST STORIES ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial beginscenter_img 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 Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal “We’re here for a medal at the very least,” said the firebrand coach, who coolly watched his Nationals dismantle Kazakhstan early and then cruise to a 96-59 rout Thursday—all with the country’s designated ace, Cleveland Cavaliers standout Jordan Clarkson, watching from the sidelines.The victory set the Philippines’ focus on one game, and the winning margin ensured that game doesn’t necessarily have to be against mighty China.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Instead, it will be the looming quarterfinal clash against a very familiar nemesis: South Korea.“That will be our tournament right there,” Guiao told the Inquirer, referring to the Korea match. “If we win that game, we will be aiming to win a medal from there. “This is the answer to the prayers of millions of Filipino people,” said Guiao, who added the team faces a “tall order” against China—which will mark Clarkson’s first match in a Philippines jersey.A surprise win over China will allow the Philippines to skip a showdown with South Korea, owner of some of the most tormenting victories over the Philippines in the Asian scene.But Guiao had tempered people’s expectations, especially on Clarkson’s boost to the team. Guiao took on this job on short notice, assembling the team less than two weeks ago with the help of Rain or Shine and the other PBA teams.He admitted knowing little of Kazakhstan and deflected all credit to his coaching staff for a magnificent scouting job.“They scouted [Kazakhstan] and prepared our defensive scheme,” Guiao said. “We were able to disrupt their offense and we were able to challenge their shots. Our anticipation was good and that’s because of the scouting.”Stanley Pringle, one of the finest point guards in the PBA, scored 18 points and center Christian Standhardinger had 15. James Yap, whose last National Team duty was also under Guiao, had 12 and Paul Lee added 10.Pringle played his first international 5-on-5 game and was a sight to behold. He missed just three of nine shots and quickly established himself as one of the best players in the tournament.“I just come out to play and be the best player I can be for the team,” Pringle said. “I’m not after anything [individually]. We played a hard team game, just like what coach Yeng wants us to do.”Anton Bykov had 13 points and was the only player in double figures for Kazakhstan, which trailed by as large as 37 after being held to just nine points in the opening period. Third time’s a charm? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

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Diaspora investors impatient as Govt yet to create climate for business

first_img1 year laterDiaspora investors in the United States are growing wary of waiting on Government to honour its commitments to improve the local business climate; commitments which were made nearly one year ago during the heavily promoted ‘Guyana Investment Conference’ in June 2016.Salaudeen NausrudeenDespite having failed to follow through with its promises made during the one-day forum in New York City, President David Granger recently met with officials in the United Kingdom and encouraged them to invest in Guyana after regurgitating the same assurances given to the Diaspora in the United States.In the meantime, the Project Director of last year’s investment conference, Salaudeen Nausrudeen, is extremely concerned that the Administration continues to urge the Diaspora and foreign businessmen to invest in Guyana, yet it fails continuously to create a business friendly climate.“You came and excited them and did not call them to follow up. The incentives, policies, strategies they promised, did not happen. Government needs to stop talking and start doing. They need to stop talking to the Diaspora and start walking with the Diaspora,” Nausrudeen said during an interview with Guyana Times on Saturday.Losing bigNausrudeen, a business development and marketing expert, with more than 20 years of professional experience, argued that the onus was upon the Government to follow-up with the investors who expressed interest during the conference last year.“They were the ones who stand to benefit so they were the ones who had to follow up on each and every single investment. We were providing a platform for Guyana. We brought the investors, and they were the one to reach out and follow up,” he stated.He further posited that Guyana is losing “big” with Government procrastinating on taking steps to implement the commitments which were made.“It was a very rich audience; more than 250 attended the event. There was a lot of excitement and anticipation. There weren’t idle people, everyone there had a plan in their pocket and money in their hand and was willing to go to Guyana and invest,” he explained.Nausrudeen added that in addition to failing to reconnect with interested investors, Government has not created a business climate that would attract businessmen.CommitmentsAmong the top commitments made by Government Ministers during the conference are to establish clear strategies, policies and incentives for investment; implement better communication channels and integration between relevant authorities; and fostering a deeper connection with the Diaspora.According to Nausrudeen, investors are yet to witness any progress in this regard.“Many of the investors have never been contacted by Guyana, many are frustrated, and for many, that was their last chance to reconnect with Guyana on the business level,” he explained.Nausrudeen said the Diaspora investors are mainly interested in investing in the agriculture sector but there are expression of interests for mining, manufacturing, tourism, energy, and technology and services.AttitudeIn light of the lack of progress, Nausrudeen said business members of the Diaspora are still willing to invest in Guyana.However, he said one of the major concerns is Government’s attitude towards business.“They have an issue with the Minister of Finance (Winston Jordan) talking down the Private Sector players, you don’t those things when you want to attract business,” he posited.Jordan, during a recent Diaspora meeting in Washington, DC, criticised the local Private Sector players for not taking enough risks to stimulate economic growth.ProposalsCoinciding with the country’s jubilee independence anniversary, the Conference was intended to promote Guyana as an investment destination for Diaspora and non-Diaspora investors.Additionally, many investors with proposals in hand queued in long lines to meet with Ministers and officials of the Guyana Office for Investment (GO-Invest) to discuss their projects and proposals. Throughout the day, the room filled with investors and entrepreneurs were seen in energising and active networking.Business Minister Dominic Gaskin, in delivering on the investment opportunities in Guyana, said Government is “serious in bringing business to Guyana clean, fair and transparent. Guyana can accommodate all kind investors.”He made it clear that the abundance of natural and human resources available in Guyana reinforces the fact that the present Administration is ready to do business and to establish the right investment climate in Guyana.Meanwhile, efforts to contact the Business Minister for a comment proved futile.last_img read more

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Jackson takes advice

first_imgOAKLAND – Even after 16 seasons as an NBA coach, nine championships and more than 900 wins, Phil Jackson has shown in recent games he isn’t above changing his style for the good of the team. Jackson has taken to sitting in a chair to face his players on the bench during timeouts, a change forward Maurice Evans said was suggested during a meeting last week with the Lakers mired in a six-game losing streak. “I just want to get their attention and make sure that they’re on the same page and that we can talk about some things,” Jackson said. “I felt like there’s some distances that they were pulling away from each other in the timeouts and I just wanted to tighten it up a little bit and get more cohesive.” Once the Lakers return from this trip, Jackson plans on contacting Scottie Pippen, who has said he wants to make a comeback at age 41. ross.siler@dailynews.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Jackson previously stood with a clipboard and huddled his players around him during timeouts. This month has seen Lamar Odom and Sasha Vujacic engage in a shouting match during one timeout and Brian Cook and assistant Brian Shaw doing likewise. “We were one guy’s over here, another guy’s over there,” Evans said, adding, “It was something that we brought to (Jackson’s) attention that’s something that has to change.” Odom pays tribute on his sneakers to all the people – his infant son, mother and grandmother – he has lost in his life. He had the No. 3 written Sunday in honor of Dennis Johnson, the former Boston Celtics great who died last week. Johnson was an assistant during Odom’s years with the Clippers and later served as the team’s interim head coach. last_img read more

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Feb. 5 to be new primary day

first_img“Moving up the presidential primary from June to February means California will have the influence it deserves in choosing America’s next presidential candidates,” the governor said. California immediately becomes the giant among states that have already set their primaries or caucuses for Feb. 5, overshadowing Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Missouri and Utah. New Mexico and Idaho Democrats have set their presidential caucuses for Feb. 5, and the West Virginia GOP plans to hold its state convention, which selects presidential candidates, on that date. But some large states, including Florida, Illinois and Michigan, are among the 15 other states considering moving their contests to Feb. 5. If that happens, candidates would have to spend time and money there, also, possibly diminishing California’s impact on picking the presidential nominees. “I just don’t think it’s all that it’s made out to be,” said Republican strategist Ken Khachigian, a veteran of eight presidential campaigns. “It won’t have the effect that everybody wants.” Still, the alternative would be to sit on the sidelines until June, watching idly as the rest of the nation chooses the next nominees, said Bill Carrick, a Democratic strategist and also a veteran of presidential campaigns. SACRAMENTO – In a move that set the stage for what could be a de facto national primary day, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill Thursday that moves up the state’s 2008 presidential primary to Feb. 5. As many as two dozen states could end up holding their caucuses and primaries on that day, spurred in great part by the action of the nation’s most populous state. The impact is already being felt within California, where voters have been wooed by a series of visits by all the major presidential candidates. “Just … talking about moving the presidential primary has already elevated California’s status,” Schwarzenegger said, just before signing the bill. “If nothing was done, and we still would have had a June primary, all the candidates would have just slipped in and out of the state for fundraisers and not do all the public events they’re doing,” Carrick said. “We’re now way beyond that. They’ve got to work California into their strategy. It’s significantly different than if they’d left things with a June primary.” California’s assets are in its delegates: 440 in a winner-take-all system for Democrats – or 10 percent of the 4,366 national delegates. Republicans award their 173 delegates to winners of each congressional district. “With so many delegates,” said Jack Pitney, political science professor at Claremont McKenna College, “no candidate will be able to afford to ignore this state.” The state’s diversity will force candidates to address issues they might not otherwise, predicted state Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Los Angeles, the author of the bill. Still, there are drawbacks to an early primary, political observers say. Candidates won’t be shaking too many hands in the compacted primary season, even in traditional hands-on states like New Hampshire and Iowa. California’s expensive media market also will limit even the top-tier candidates’ ability to blanket the state with television advertising. The early rush to the front, Khachigian said, could lend even more importance to the first four primaries and caucuses in New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada and South Carolina, all to be held in January.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

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Safety first

first_imgTHERE’S nothing so unpleasant in a community as a garbage dump. And there are few things more pleasant than a park. That’s why the commencement of construction of the 41-acre park and $35 million recreation center complex in Sun Valley on the site of an old landfill is cause for celebration – and maybe just a touch of concern. It’s been three decades since the Sheldon-Arleta landfill accepted garbage, but the discarded materials in dumps that may cause health risks or gas leaks can last for much longer than that. Sun Valley residents deserve this park and recreation center. But they surely don’t deserve a perilous park. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! That’s why the city must exercise much vigilance with the new gas collection system and do everything they must to ensure the piles of garbage buried underneath the basketball courts, the soccer fields, the jogging paths and the community center pose no threat to users. last_img read more

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Fort St. John is getting greener with Waste Reduction Week and recycling collection coming up

first_imgREFUSE – Do I need it? #3Rs #WasteReductionWeekAdvertisement RETHINK – How can I reduce packaging? #3Rs #WasteReductionWeek— NEAT (@NEATfsj) October 5, 2015 Between preparing the new recycling bins and an upcoming Waste Reduction Week from a partnership between NEAT and the PRRD, Fort St. John is flashing some green colour for October.October 19th to 25th is Waste Reduction Week, aimed at eliminating or reducing the amount of waste in a household and bringing awareness to practices that accomplish this.“For those of you that are worried about the volume of recycling and garbage you produce in your household, we have some tips to help you get started,” Tammy Hrab with NEAT wrote in a press release. “Whether you are just starting or you are a seasoned recycler, a waste assessment is always a good idea.”- Advertisement -So what is a waste assessment? NEAT outline’s the following steps:Lay out a tarp and dump out your kitchen garbage can.Sort all of the items into 3 groups; Food waste, recyclables, and garbage.Once sorted, look at each group and decide if small changes can help make a difference.To decide on small changes to reduce waste, NEAT says to ask yourself what you can change: Can it be composted? Can you reuse your waste? Is there a way to throw out less by changing your buying habits altogether?NEAT has actively been tweeting out tips for reducing waste and recycling as residents get closer to recycling collection city-wide.Advertisement — NEAT (@NEATfsj) October 6, 2015Speaking of recycling, the City of Fort St. John is reminding residents to take their blue bins back closer to their house and away from the end of their driveway.This is because the bins can get in the way of garbage collection, which is still occurring on the regular schedule.Recycling collection will begin the week of November 10th, so no garbage will be collected during that week. Carefully recycle those CFL bulbs. There is some nasty stuff inside those little tubes. #3Rs— NEAT (@NEATfsj) October 6, 2015 did you know that if it lights up, you can probably recycle it? lightrecycle.ca. #3Rs— NEAT (@NEATfsj) October 1, 2015 It’s not just the light bulbs you can recycle, it’s the fixtures too. #3Rs @LightRecycle— NEAT (@NEATfsj) October 5, 2015Advertisementlast_img read more

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City staff to modify radar sign sponsorship agreement

first_imgA sponsored board on 93 Street near Kin Park has stopped working, but City staff says it hasn’t been replaced. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — City Council has directed staff to continue reviewing high-risk intersections identified in a 2011 study, as well as rework a radar sign board sponsorship agreement so that the City can replace the signs if there isn’t a sponsor available, the cost of which would be $6,000 out of the operating budget.The move comes after Councillor Byron Stewart brought to council’s attention concerns from president of Ecole Central’s PAC, Sarah Parsons in November 2015. Parsons addressed the issues with drivers speeding through Centrals school zones, which she believed was partially caused by hidden school-zone signage.According to an administration report to Council, city staff receive several requests every year from citizens wanting flashing red lights installed at different intersections in the City.- Advertisement -Staff has reviewed each intersection to determine how valid the concern is, but have routinely been referring back to the Opus International Traffic Study — which identified the top 30 high risk collision intersections in the City. The intersection with the highest risk, according to the study, is Alaska Highway and 100 Avenue — on the west side of town beside the Pomeroy Hotel.These improvements have included the installation of full traffic signals, installation of left turn arrows at many intersections, overhead pedestrian controlled signals, larger stop signs at some intersections and flashing red lights at a few.In May 2011, Council received a letter from David Ergang with Koda Transport, requesting for Council to consider installing radar sign boards at school and playground zones in the City.Advertisement “I believe a step in the right direction is for various companies in Ft St John to sponsor Radar Board Signs,” Ergang wrote, adding that he had spoken to companies willing to foot the bill of the boards — about $10,000 per board.Later that year, in June, Council drafted a radar sign sponsorship agreement. The template identified the details of the sponsorship, and who would be sponsoring.In January 2012, Ergang donated $10,000 and signed the sponsorship agreement with the City for three signs — and nearly three years afterwards, Shell Canada also contacted the City in late December of 2014. They later donated two radar sign boards in January 2015.Currently, in Fort St. John, there are four intersections where red flashing lights are installed, and seven radar signs — all of which are at schools. They are placed on this map, along with the top-3o high risk intersections in the City.Advertisementcenter_img There are only two schools within City limits that do not have a radar speed board: Ecole Central Elementary and Christian Life School.The City says there have been no further sponsorships since the first five boards were installed, but it was mentioned in the report that staff could contact Ecole Central and discuss a sponsorship opportunity with them for the sign.” If funds were received for two more radar speed boards, there would be one sign located at all of the schools in Fort St. John,” the report reads.“With the new school being built, there will be requests for radar sign boards around this school as well.”Two original signs the City bought have both failed since being installed and been replaced. One is still located by Duncan Cran School, and the one that had been on 92A Street by Matthew’s Park has been moved to 114A Avenue by Bert Ambrose School.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Neuer replaces Lahm as Bayern’s captain

first_img0Shares0000Manuel Neuer will be the fourth goalkeeper to captain Bayern Munich © AFP / GUENTER SCHIFFMANNBERLIN, Germany, Jul 19 – Germany goalkeeper and captain Manuel Neuer will replace Philipp Lahm as Bayern Munich’s skipper for next season, the Bundesliga champions’ chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed.“Our number one is the number one (choice) — Manuel Neuer,” Rummenigge told Munich daily newspaper TZ. “He is an established professional, who will take the armband from Philipp Lahm.“He has developed really well with the national team — not only on, but also off the pitch.”World Cup-winner Neuer has been Germany’s goalkeeper since Bastian Schweinsteiger made his final international appearance last August.The 31-year-old Neuer steps in to skipper Bayern after Lahm retired from all football in May after 22 years with the Bavarian giants.Neuer has sat out Bayern’s current tour of China and Singapore to recover from a foot surgery, but is expected to be back for the German giants when the new Bundesliga season kicks off on August 18.Bayern will be hunting a sixth straight German league title in 2017/18.Having signed for Bayern in 2011, Neuer will become the fourth goalkeeper to captain the side after Oliver Kahn, Raimond Aumann and Sepp Maier.In Neuer’s absence, Thomas Mueller is captaining Bayern on their tour of China, where they lost 3-2 to Arsenal on penalties in a friendly after a 1-1 draw in Shanghai on Wednesday.A header by Arsenal’s Nigeria striker Alex Iwobi deep into added time cancelled out Robert Lewandowski’s early penalty for Bayern before the Gunners won the spot-kick shoot-out.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Wenger expects Man Utd to attack Arsenal

first_imgBut Mourinho has yet to win an away game against a fellow “big six” side since taking charge at Old Trafford, with seven games at Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham yielding just three points and one goal.That run includes a 2-0 defeat at Arsenal last season as Wenger recorded his first competitive victory over Mourinho at the 16th attempt.The pair have shared a tumultuous relationship over the years but Wenger does not believe Mourinho, renowned for his defensive tactics in such matches, will only be eyeing a clean sheet in north London this weekend.Asked whether he expected Mourinho to park the bus with a defensive outlook on Saturday, Wenger replied: “No, I don’t expect anything special.“I just expect us to be ready to recover now. Man United is a strong team and I expect us just to cope with the problems they will give us. They will attack as well. They will not only defend.“It is a game between Arsenal and Man United at home. I just want to focus and to prepare well my team, and give my team a good chance to win the game.“Man United is doing well at the moment, we are doing well at the moment, so it looks to be a promising game.”Arsenal welcome United having won their previous three Premier League games to move into the Premier League top four.Victory in the north London derby at home to Tottenham was followed up with a last-gasp win at Burnley before Huddersfield were dispatched 5-0 at the Emirates on Wednesday.That was a 12th successive home win as Alexandre Lacazette, Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil all got on the scoresheet while Olivier Giroud hit a brace.It was not all positives for Wenger, however, as Lacazette was substituted at half-time with a groin injury, while Sanchez was also replaced late on after feeling his hamstring.Wenger expects Sanchez to be fit to face United, but said club-record signing Lacazette will “certainly be out” of the contest.“Sanchez had a little hamstring problem, that’s why I took him off, but I think he will be all right,” he said.“Look, we have offensive weapons, you know. We have Danny Welbeck, we have Giroud, we have Jack Wilshere who all came on. They are all offensive players.“I will see what I do for Saturday but ideally you wanted him (Lacazette) there.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is not expecting Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho to set his team up defensively when the sides clash despite his reputation for “parking the bus” in big matches © AFP/File / PAUL ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Nov 30 – Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is not expecting Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho to set his team up defensively when the sides clash on Saturday despite his reputation for “parking the bus” in big matches.United travel to the Emirates Stadium sitting second in the Premier League and on the back of a 4-2 win at Watford in midweek.last_img read more

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GET FIT WITH CHARLIE AT THE MALIN GAA CLUB

first_imgMalin GAA News:GET FIT WITH CHARLIE Get Fit with Charlie is back from Monday the 11th of January with a special 6 week program on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the Malin GAA Centre. Women @ 6:30pm Men @ 8pm €60 each or €50 for 2.Pay as you go for €5 per class. Contact Charlie on 0874103782 or check out his facebook page.DINNER DANCEThis years dinner dance will be held on Saturday the 30th of January in the Malin Hotel. Tickets will be available from next week from any commitee member priced €20. Music for the dance will be by Me, Myself and I and there will be a special guest on the night. OPERATION TRANSFORMATIONThe Malin Operation Transformation Group 2016 has started up again and will run along with the RTE programme encouraging Ireland to take part and get fit & healthy. The first meeting was held last week but it’s still not too late to join in and start 2016 with a new resolution. There is a €5 registration fee. The TV Show starts at 8.30pm, the group will watch it together and the go out on a group walk afterwards. Check out facebook for further details.LADIES                                                                                                                                 There will be a meeting on Saturday 16th of January at 7.00pm for anyone interested in playing senior ladies football for the club in 2016. All new players for the team are invited as well. Any mothers and fathers of players or club members who would be interested in helping out in any way are asked to come along too.UNDERAGEThere will be a meeting on Saturday 16th January at 1pm in the Clubhouse for all parents of the U6, U8 & U10 Girls Teams. Any new parents or girls who would like to play in 2016 are also asked to attend. Registration will be completed and an overall discussion for the year ahead.LOTTO                                                                                                                                  There was no winner of this week’s jackpot of €850. The numbers drawn were 5-1-7-4-3-6-2 and the €50 winner was Geraldine McLaughlin, Malin with the €20 seller prize going to Bronagh McCarron, Drumcarbit. Next week’s jackpot is €900.DONEGAL YEARBOOK                                                                                                       The Donegal yearbook is now on sale in the club shop or from John or Susan Byrne costing €10. This features information on all county teams as well as featuring reviews and accounts of the year from all clubs in the county including Malin. This would make an ideal gift for those at home and abroad.SHOP                                                                                                                                        The club shop is open every Saturday from 12.00 – 2.00 and Sunday from 11.20 – 2.00 or alternatively contact Susan Byrne on 9370638 or 0867832242 . The shop also has a great range of stock in all sizes including coats, jackets, hoodies, tracksuits, socks, shorts, hats, new gear bags and much more club merchandise. GET FIT WITH CHARLIE AT THE MALIN GAA CLUB was last modified: January 10th, 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:GAAMalinSportlast_img read more

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