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GAA NEWS: DUNGLOE U14 HURLERS REACH LEAGUE FINAL AFTER WIN OVER AODH RUADH

GAA NEWS: DUNGLOE U14 HURLERS REACH LEAGUE FINAL AFTER WIN OVER AODH RUADH

first_imgDungloe GAA News:B’ iad 6, 19, 20 agus 24 a huimhireacha lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €2,600 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann, Noel Melly, Dungloe, Darren Mc Cole, Cronnashallog, Martin Cannon, Meenacarn, Paul Boyle, Loughanure agus Colm Whoriskey. Bhain Anne Mc Eachan €150 agus bhain Rita Cowley, Sheskinarone, Amanda Mc Keown, Sheskinarone agus Patricia Molloy €100 ag an bingo.In the first round of the Donegal Senior Championship the Dungloe seniors lost to Glenties away from home on a score line of Dungloe 1-8 Glenties 2-14. Dungloe got off to a slow start in the first half conceding two goals. The team came back into the game in the second half with some fine scores, and a Darren Curran goal, and closed the gap to several points midway through the second half. Glenties pulled away again in the closing periods and came out victorious in the end.The Dungloe reserves lost also, the team were ahead after a good first half and went in at the break 2 points ahead; 1-6 to 7 points. A strong second half from Glenties saw them take the tie on a score line of 2:12 to 3:4.U14 Hurling County semi-final. Dungloe/Gweedore played Ballyshannon in Rosses Park in the county semi-final. It was tight even affair with Dungloe starting the first half strongly only for Ballyshannon to fight their way back into it with some great points from play and also because of some needless frees given away. At half time Dungloe Gweedore led by 2.2 to 6.The second half saw Ballyshannon edge closer with a terrific point by county player Senan Rooney and only one point separated the teams. Dungloe Gweedore dug deep and slowly began to turn the game. Two further goals and four points to a single Ballyshannon point saw the game end 4.6 to 8.The League final is on in O’ Donnell Park on Thursday 28th May at 7pm. The team have a chance of winning the trophy so support from club members would be much appreciated.The first ever outdoor Rosses hurling National School competition took place in Rosses Park last week. Teams from Dungloe, Annagry, Keadue, Acres, Roshine and Belcruit all competed with approximately 80 children participating. Some great matches were had with Dungloe and Belcruit contesting the cup final and Annagry and Keadue the shield final. Each team had a minimum of four games. Dungloe won out in the cup final and Annagry in the shield final. Thank you to all the schools who participated.   GAA NEWS: DUNGLOE U14 HURLERS REACH LEAGUE FINAL AFTER WIN OVER AODH RUADH was last modified: May 26th, 2015 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:dungloeGAANoticesSportlast_img read more

Ind vs SL: Can Team India gift an away Test win on Independence Day

Ind vs SL: Can Team India gift an away Test win on Independence Day

first_imgOn Saturday morning, Team India led by Shikhar Dhawan and nightwatchman Ishant Sharma, will be looking forward to register their team’s first away win in an year and 25 days.The visitors have to score 176 runs on a day four wicket in Galle, which will be the highest target achieved in the international cricket stadium, if chased. India, led by their young captain, Virat Kohli looked positive right from Day 1 and are now in a good position to win a match on the country’s Independence Day. India were in a commanding position till yesterday until Dinesh Chandimal bailed his team out by scoring an unbeaten 162. However, the tourists stand a good chance of winning the Test if they bat positively.Tricky conditionsThe pitch has become slow and the odds are favouring the Indian batsmen. But the cracks and rough patches on the 22-yards, if used well by the Lankan spinners, can create trouble. Rangana Herath already displayed what he was up to in the second innings when he trapped Indian opener Lokesh Rahul lbw in the evening session on Day 3.But after a strong batting display in the first innings, Indians are expected to chase down the record-total.South African star Jonty Rhodes, in Galle, has suggested aggressive, Chandimal-like innings from Indian batsmen. Aggression helps, but these men, here have time. They can do it whichever way they want. Adapting to conditions and batting accordingly can be Team India’s gift to the country on the special day.last_img read more