Aodh Ruadh GAA club, Ballyshannon held the under 14 Sean Slevin tournament on Sunday 7th November. Incredibly the weather held and, although it was bitterly cold, the competition managed to avoid the rain altogether. It was a very closely fought tournament with the finalists in doubt right up to the last round of games.
The final pairing was Naomh Bríd and Aodh Ruadh and the derby final turned out a cracking affair with both side locked on 1-1 apiece at the turnaround. In the second half only a wonder point from Gareth Ferguson could separate the sides. Indeed, Aodh Ruadh had to count on some mighty defending in the dying moments to retain the Sean Slevin trophy. Read more
Letterkenny General Hospital
Letterkenny General Hospital Diabetes Service Mark World Diabetes Day by Raising Awareness of their Pre Pregnancy Diabetes Care Programme
The Diabetes Service at Letterkenny General Hospital mark World Diabetes Day by raising awareness of their Pre-Pregnancy Diabetes Care Programme. This programme aims to provide a Pre Pregnancy Care to all women with a history of diabetes between the ages 18 to 45 years.
Professor Fidelma Dunne, Consultant Endocrinologist, says, “Pre-pregnancy care (PPC) allows for a period of time prior to pregnancy to be devoted to maximising glucose control, taking folic acid and dealing with complications of diabetes, if any. Read more
As part of the One Donegal Cultural Diversity Month this month, Finn Harps Football in the Community will hold three events in County Donegal. This will be delivered to primary school through qualified coaches and players from the Club.
The aim of the program is to bring to children the importance of social inclusion to all . For the past two year the club have delivered an anti-racism program through coaching to over seventy schools in Donegal and Finn Harps see this as a natural progression of that program. Read more