LEITRIM: ACL D3 – Kiltubrid 1-8 Carrigallen 3-10; Melvin Gaels W/O Gortletteragh – ; Allen Gaels 0-9 Mohill 2-13; Dromahair-St Patrick’s 0-13 Eslin 2-12; Glencar-Manorhamilton 3-8 Ballinamore-Sean O’Heslin’s 3-19; Eslin 7-19 Carrigallen 1-7; ACL D4 – Glenfarne/Kiltyclogher W/O Aughavas – ; Glencar-Manorhamilton W/O Leitrim Gaels – ; Drumkeerin W/O Aughnasheelin – ; Cloone – Fenagh-St Caillins W/O; Aughawillan 2-13 St Mary’s-Kiltoghert 0-7; ACL D1 – Glencar-Manorhamilton 2-20 Annaduff 0-4; Dromahair-St Patrick’s 0-4 Ballinamore-Sean O’Heslin’s 1-11; Mohill W/O Drumreilly – ; Melvin Gaels 1-10 Aughawillan 0-14; Gortletteragh 1-9 Kiltubrid 0-9; Bornacoola 0-8 St Mary’s-Kiltoghert 4-16; ACL D2 – Drumkeerin W/O St Mary’s-Kiltoghert – ; Fenagh-St Caillins 2-15 Ballinaglera 0-12; Aughnasheelin W/O Bornacoola – ; Carrigallen 2-15 Leitrim Gaels 1-9; Glenfarne/Kiltyclogher 4-9 Cloone 3-9; Glencar-Manorhamilton 3-15 Allen Gaels 1-10;
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They say it’s all over, well it is now the curtain finally fell on the Best Western Southern Hotel Super League with City United the Champions playing their last league game of the season at home in Sean Fallon Park to the boys from Coolbeg St John’s.
Prior to the game one wondered would City still have the appetite after celebrating their historic League title win last Sunday against Boyle Celtic? Well not alone was City hungry they were ravenous and they devoured a shell shocked St John’s with pace and fire power.
LEITRIM: SFC G2 – Annaduff 0-3 Glencar-Manorhamilton 1-11; Drumreilly 0-11 Allen Gaels 2-11; SFC G3 – Melvin Gaels 2-5 Carrigallen 0-8; Mohill 2-6 Kiltubrid 1-6; SFC G1 – Gortletteragh 0-9 St Mary’s-Kiltoghert 1-11; Aughawillan 0-9 Bornacoola 0-10; GWP IFC – Leitrim Gaels 1-7 Drumkeerin 1-13; Aughnasheelin 0-8 Fenagh-St Caillins 1-1; GWP IFC – Aughavas 1-7 Cloone 1-13; Ballinamore-Sean O’Heslin’s 2-14 Eslin 0-6; GWP IFC – Glenfarne/Kiltyclogher 2-12 Dromahair-St Patrick’s 1-13; Ballinaglera 3-5 Glencar-Manorhamilton 2-9; JA FC – Annaduff 0-5 St Mary’s-Kiltoghert 5-13; Glencar-Manorhamilton 0-3 Dromahair-St Patrick’s 2-16; JA FC – Drumkeerin 1-14 Ballinamore-Sean O’Heslin’s 1-11; Gortletteragh 1-2 Mohill 1-16; JA FC – Allen Gaels 4-7 Carrigallen 2-7; Bornacoola 1-11 Melvin Gaels 0-10;
Fianna Fáil Senator Paschal Mooney has welcomed news that Ryanair may expand its operation at Dublin airport.
Senator Mooney was reacting to reports this week that Ryanair is seeking to add to its capacity at the airport this September.
“News that Ryanair is actively seeking to expand its capacity at Dublin airport is welcome. This move should be wholly supported by the Government and direct negotiations must now take place to ensure that planned expansion by the airline materialises.i
“As a member of the Transport and Tourism Committee, I know the massive benefits that Ryanair and other airlines bring to the Irish economy. As an island nation, the airline industry is vital to the success of the tourism sector. Ryanair is a valuable player in attracting hundreds of thousands of people to the country each year.
“It is important that the possibility of all airline carriers expanding is explored, I would like to see the Minister for Transport actively engaging with airline carriers and other airports to see what can be done to expand their operations. For example, Ryanair provides an important service at Knock International airport that it vital to the tourism of the North West, the possibility of extending the number of services here should also be explored.
“I am also calling on the DAA to ensure that the required conditions are put in place to support the proposals by Ryanair. While I am not advocating any preferential treatment for Ryanair, all interested parties must be open to facilitate the expansion.”
Mac Sharry welcomes new Fianna Fáil town centre policy document tackling crippling commercial rates, high rents and derelict buildings
Speaking following the launch of “Streets Ahead” a new Fianna Fáil policy document setting out a fresh vision to revitalise Irish town centres Sligo-Leitrim Senator Marc Mac Sharry said “Towns in Sligo and across the North West are suffering particularly badly with business closures and job losses. They need a concrete plan backed up real actions to get them moving again. Our Policy tackles crippling commercial rates and rents which are putting shops under huge pressure. It also sets plans for new town teams to take the lead in revitalising Irish towns.” Read more
LEITRIM: ACL D3 – Gortletteragh 0-10 Allen Gaels 2-12; Mohill 1-14 Aughavas 3-8; Melvin Gaels 4-14 Annaduff 2-10; ACL D1 – Drumreilly 4-11 Bornacoola 1-8; Ballinamore-Sean O’Heslin’s 2-10 Gortletteragh 0-9; Annaduff 1-7 Melvin Gaels 0-14; Glencar-Manorhamilton 1-12 St Mary’s-Kiltoghert 1-10; ACL D2 – Cloone 1-10 Allen Gaels 3-12; Fenagh-St Caillins 1-7 Carrigallen 2-10; Drumkeerin 3-12 Bornacoola 0-7; Glencar-Manorhamilton 1-9 Leitrim Gaels 2-10; Glenfarne/Kiltyclogher 1-15 St Mary’s-Kiltoghert 0-6;
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Agriculture, donegal’s Senator Brian Ó Domhanill, has called on the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources to fully implement all of the recommendations contained in the Joint Committee on Energy’s report in relation to the oil industry.
Senator Ó Domhnaill said; “ The Minister for Energy should fully implement all of the recommendations in the report which was prepared by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communication, Natural Resources and Agriculture.”
“Over a year has gone by since the publication of this report and despite the very strong recommendations, it is gathering dust in the Minister’s Department. The exploitation of our natural resources has been a matter of much debate over the years and the report by the Joint Committee which has the backing of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, Labour, Sinn Féin and the Independents, was a comprehensive review of the industry and made strong recommendations in relation to how this industry could be exploited for the benefit of the people of Ireland. “ Read more
Connacht Rugby has confirmed contract extensions for scrum half Frank Murphy, back row forward Mata Fifita and centre Brian Murphy.
The latest deals make it 21 players who have committed their future to the province in recent months.
Frank Murphy had a disappointing season with Connacht having suffered a cruciate ligament injury in the first away game away to Zebre back in September. The injury resulted in the scrum half being side-lined for the remainder of the season but Murphy has been working extremely hard in rehab for the last eight months and will be fighting fit for the beginning of pre-season in early June. Read more
Sligo-north Leitrim Deputy Michael Colreavy, Sinn Féin (pictured) spokesperson on Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, has today launched a bill that will include a ban on the practice of fracking.
The Petroleum and Other Minerals Development (Amendment) Bill 2013 includes a ban on fracking along with the need for Oil and Gas Companies to engage in public consultation prior to the granting of an exploratory licence.
Speaking on this piece of legislation Deputy Colreavy said:
“Fracking is one of the most controversial methods of gas extraction that has been developed in recent years. Read more
A new radio music- drama series by Donal O’Kelly ‘Francisco’ will be launched by Ocean FM, in the Glens Centre Manorhamilton at 6.30pm on Wednesday, May 15.
Francisco is an Ocean FM music-drama series in three 30-minute episodes, based on the incredible experiences of Spanish Armada survivor Captain Francisco De Cuellar in Ireland. Produced by Benbo, Francisco features Jaimie Carswell as Francisco, with all other parts played by Sorcha Fox, Darina Gallagher, Des Braiden, Dee Armstrong and Donal O’Kelly.
Francisco is underscored with music by four members of renowned Irish band Kíla, Dee Armstrong, Colm Ó Snodaigh, Rossa Ó Snodaigh and Seanan Brennan. Francisco was written and directed by Donal O’Kelly, adapted from his stageshow The Adventures Of The Wet Señor. Sound supervision is by Ray Duffy. Read more