Fenceviewer Staff ELLSWORTH — The Bucksport Golden Bucks and the Mount Desert Island Trojans both got back on the winning track in high school football action last weekend. Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 Latest Posts Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Bio Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 But for the Ellsworth Eagles, it was another disappointing outcome, this one a 32-14 loss at the hands of the Washington Academy Raiders.Bucksport 61, Mount View 19This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textQuarterback Matt Stewart connected on four touchdown passes to lead the Golden Bucks to a lopsided 61-19 win over the Mount View Mustangs on Friday in Bucksport.The Golden Bucks struck twice in the first period, scoring on a four-yard touchdown run by Jack Cyr and a 21-yard pass from Stewart to Hayden Craig.Sandwiched between those touchdowns was a 90-kickoff return for a touchdown by Mount View’s Trevor Saucier.In the second quarter, Stewart upped the Bucksport lead with a 15-yard scoring pass to Dylan Soper.Mount View responded with a 39-yard touchdown pass from Cole Hannon to Tyler Ripley.Stewart pushed the lead to 28-12 before the halftime break with a 31-yard scoring pass to Cyr.The Golden Bucks scored four more times in the third period — on a 31-yard run by Cyr, a 39-yard pass from Stewart to Soper, a 54-yard interception return by Tyler Pye and a 20-yard run by Asher Bowden.The Mustangs added a touchdown in the fourth period on a five-yard run by Ripley, and Cam Ashley capped Bucksport’s scoring with a 52-yard run.Carter DeRedin kicked seven extra points for the Golden Bucks.Stewart completed 10 of 13 passes for 175 yards and Bucksport amassed 286 yards on the ground.Cyr had 136 yards on 14 carries and Bowden had 82 yards on 10 carries.Pye led the Golden Bucks defensively with seven solo tackles and two assists and KP Hilaire had five solo tackles, two assists and two sacks.MDI 38, Hermon 22The Trojans evened their record at 2-2 as they downed the Hermon Hawks 38-22 in Hermon on Friday.MDI jumped in front on a seven-yard touchdown run by Sandy Henggeler in the first period.In the second period, Henggeler scored again from five yards out after a 39-yard run by Jalique Keene.One minute later, the Trojans struck again, this time on a 62-yard touchdown run by Keene and a two-point conversion pass from Andrew Phelps to Isaiah Keene to make the score 23-0.Two Hermon touchdowns came in the third period, but the Trojans regained their momentum in the final quarter.Jalique Keene raced 82 yards for another touchdown, and Henggeler notched his third score on a one-yard plunge, with a two-yard conversion pass from Colby Candage to Keene capping the scoring for MDI.Hermon added a touchdown and a two-point conversion in the final four minutes of the game.Washington Academy 34, Ellsworth 14For the third straight game, the Ellsworth Eagles have shut out their opponent in the second half. The Washington Academy Raiders scored all of their points in the first two quarters of their 34-14 win Friday night at East Machias.“This was the most complete game we’ve played in varsity history,” Ellsworth coach Duane Crawford said. “We were able to move the ball.”The Eagles totaled 326 offensive yards and two touchdowns by two junior tight ends Connor Petros and Wally Rumill. Petros had 10 carries for 95 yards, and Rumill had four receptions for 96 yards from sophomore quarterback Jacob Shorey. Shorey completed the game with 230 passing yards.In the second quarter, Rumill put the Eagles on the board with a 55-yard touchdown catch. Petros scored in the third quarter on a 27-yard run. Rumill caught Shorey’s pass for the two-point conversion to make the score 34-14.Crawford said the Eagles made their way into the red zone on three other occasions, but the team couldn’t quite get into the end zone.“It could have been a different game,” he said. “Their JV players never got on the field.”The game also marks the third straight matchup where Ellsworth played their opponents’ varsity team for all four quarters.“Last year, after halftime, teams were usually starting to gear down,” Crawford said, citing the frequent lopsided scores of more than 50-point deficits. “This year, with the exception of the first game, we’ve been holding them to 30-something points.”On defense, Devin Wright led the Eagles with six solo tackles and four assists. Robert Cooper contributed five solo tackles and one assist.For Washington Academy, Colin Pineo led the Raiders with 186 yards and two touchdowns, including a 46-yard touchdown catch.The Eagles fell to 0-4 for the season and are still seeking their first win as a varsity program.To Crawford, his team gets a little closer every week. Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all)
ENGLAND 1st innings 297 (G. Ballance 70, M. Ali 63; S. Khan 5-96)Pakistan 1st innings 400 (A. Ali 139, S. Aslam 82, Misbah-ul-Haq 56)England 2nd innings 445 for 6 decl (M. Ali 86no, J. Bairstow 83, A. Cook 66, J. Root 62, A. Hales 54)Pakistan 2nd innings (Overnight: 148-7; Target: 343 runs)M. Hafeez c Woakes b Broad 2S. Aslam b Finn 70Az. Ali c Cook b Ali 38Y. Khan c Bairstow b Anderson 4Misbah-ul-Haq c Bairstow b Finn 10A. Shafiq lbw b Woakes 0S. Ahmed c Root b Woakes 0Y. Shah c Hales b Anderson 7M. Amir c Woakes b Broad 16So. Khan c&b Ali 36R. Ali not out 15Extras (lb-2 nb-1) 3Total (all out, 70.5 overs) 201Fall of wickets: 1-6 M. Hafeez,2-79 Az. Ali,3-92 Y. Khan,4-124 Misbah-ul-Haq,5-125 A. Shafiq,6-125 S. Ahmed,7-125 S. Aslam,8-149 Y. Shah,9-151 M. Amir,10-201 So. KhanBowling: J. Anderson 13 – 3 – 31 – 2, S. Broad 15 – 7 – 24 – 2(nb-1),C. Woakes 11 – 2 – 53 – 2, S. Finn 13 – 5 – 38 – 2,M. Ali 17.5 – 4 – 49 – 2, J. Root 1 – 0 – 4 – 0. (REUTERS)-Superb pace bowling, immaculate catching and astute captaincy combined to forge a thrilling final-day victory for England, who dismissed Pakistan for 201 to win the third Test by 141 runs and go 2-1 up in the series.England refused to be cowed by a 103-run first-innings deficit, building a 343-run lead when they batted again and then destroying the tourists with an immaculate performance in the field that saw six wickets tumble between lunch and tea.Pakistan’s most determined resistance came in the final session when a last-wicket stand of 50 between Sohail Khan and Rahat Ali frustrated England as the overs ticked down and play entered the final hour.But, on 36, Sohail drove a flighted delivery from Moeen Ali straight back at the bowler, who safely clung on to a catch that sparked wild celebrations among Alastair Cook’s side.With a rare sense of symmetry, each of England’s five bowlers took two wickets although it required a devastating spell by Steve Finn and Chris Woakes, which yielded four wickets for just one run, to open up the innings.Finn, who has faced criticism for his performances this summer, led the way by taking the vital wickets of Misbah-ul-Haq — his first wicket in 414 balls this series — and Sami Aslam. The opener had led the fight with a determined 70, his second half-century of the game.At the other end, Woakes proved equally lethal, trapping Asad Shafiq without scoring and then having Sarfraz Ahmed well caught by Joe Root in the slips for another duck. That wicket was Woakes’ 23rd of a prolific series.Earlier, Stuart Broad struck the first blow, removing opener Mohammad Hafeez for two while Moeen accounted for first-innings centurion Azhar Ali for 38 with a deceptive delivery that was edged to Cook at slip.Jimmy Anderson also weighed in, having Younus Khan caught behind on four and then removing Yasir Shah for seven just after tea.The result vindicated Cook’s strategy of batting on in the morning when England extended their second innings to 445 for six.The final Test in the four-match series is at the Oval on Aug. 12.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New York: Top-ranked defending champion Novak Djokovic takes inspiration from talk he could pass Roger Federer for the all-time record total of men’s Grand Slam singles titles. The 32-year-old Serbian star sees, however, all the work yet to come before that happens, even as he prepares to chase another crown at the US Open starting Monday in New York. “I’m aware of it, of course. I mean, I’m part of this world. Of course I can’t completely switch off and eliminate what people are talking about. And it’s flattering, obviously,” Djokovic said. “But at the same time, it’s still a very long way ahead of me. It does also put a certain level of responsibility to me as well, because I’m aiming to do that. You know, it’s definitely one of my ambitions and goals. Things are a little bit different than they were ten years ago, but I still feel young inside and outside. And I still am very motivated to keep going… especially now, more or less everything is about Grand Slams.” Djokovic, who defeated Federer in an epic five-set Wimbledon final last month for his 16th Grand Slam crown, remains four behind the 38-year-old Swiss star’s mark, with Spaniard Rafael Nadal between them with 18 Slam trophies. But Djokovic is on a roll, having won four of the past five Slam singles titles, including a victory over Juan Martin del Potro in last year’s US Open final. It was his third US Open crown after 2011 and 2015. Djokovic, who launches his 2019 campaign on Monday against Spain’s 76th-ranked Roberto Carballes Baena, says his success at night before the loud and raucous fans in Arthur Ashe Stadium has helped him thrive in New York. “I’ve not lost too many matches in my career playing night session,” he said. “So I really do enjoy that loud atmosphere that happens in there. You just adjust to it. You adapt to it. You accept it. You embrace it. I do embrace it because I think it’s good for our sport to have various different atmospheres on the center courts of four different Slams.” Gimelstob exit ‘best’ Djokovic also addressed an issue that sparked friction between himself and players on the ATP Council for not ruling out a possible council return by disgraced former player Justin Gimelstob. The American pleaded no contest to assault charges in Los Angeles earlier this year for attacking a man in front of his wife and children at Halloween in 2018. “He has taken the responsibility for his actions and what has happened that night,” Djokovic said Saturday. “So he went back to deal with this himself. Obviously there is a lot of work in his private life that needs addressing. And that’s all there is. You know, he’s not part of the ATP political system at the moment, and I think it’s for the best for all of us. What future holds for him and for us, we don’t know. But I’m still in touch with him. He’s going to try to handle this matter in best possible way. I really wish him all the best. “It’s unfortunate that that has happened. Because I think he was a great asset, as I was mentioning in Wimbledon and before, for the players. But he has taken the responsibility.” Djokovic praised the arrival on the council earlier this month of Nadal and Federer, marking the first time the world’s three top players have been on the board. “There has already been a big impact on the rest of the players… knowing that these two guys are willing to contribute, to come in to help out, to support, to participate in discussions and some decision making,” Djokovic said. “All I hear from other players is positive comments about it. And it went well. They were very engaged. So looking forward to work with them.” Novak Djokovic has won 16 Grand Slam titles.Roger Federer has won 20 Grand Slam titles.Rafael Nadal is in between with 18 Grand Slam titles. highlights
Gladbach is fourth in the German league and was on course to qualify for a spot in next season’s Champions League. Gladbach CEO Stephan Schippers says the club and Bundesliga are in their toughest financial situation in more than 20 years because of lost revenue from tickets, TV and sponsorship.Gladbach played a game last week in an empty stadium. The club estimated it lost about 2 million euros ($2.16 million) in revenue by playing without fans.In Scotland, Hearts has asked all its players and other fulltime employees to accept a 50 percent pay cut, or contract termination.___The Olympic flame has been handed over, by proxy, to Tokyo organizers in Athens. The tour says Lange has no symptoms and is expected to make a full recovery while under quarantine at home in South Africa.The PGA Tour Latinoamerica is one of six circuits the tour runs. It says in a statement Lange’s diagnosis will allow the tour to alert those with whom he might have come in contact.Lange has played three events this year — two in South Africa in January and February, and Mexico two weeks ago.___Turkey has suspended its soccer, basketball and volleyball leagues because of the coronavirus outbreak. The coronavirus outbreak forced a bare-bones version of the usual elaborate ceremony in the stadium where the first modern Olympics were staged in 1896.The 80,000-seat marble stadium was empty apart from a handful of officials and participants. The Japanese delegation was absent because of travel restrictions and Tokyo organizing committee head Yoshiro Mori delivered a speech by video from Japan. But his message was upbeat.Mori says “I hereby pledge that on 24 July this flame will be lit at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.”Greek Olympic committee president Spyros Kapralos handed over the flame to a Japanese Unicef official in Athens and former Olympic swimmer Naoko Imoto. It was then headed for the airport to board the flight for Japan.___ The Latest: Monaco Grand Prix and 2 more races postponed Weightlifting’s long-standing problems with doping caused the IWF to demand top lifters competed more regularly at international events to be eligible for the Olympics — and to be subject to more doping tests. They were required to compete at least once between November and April.___Players from German soccer club Borussia Mönchengladbach have accepted pay cuts during the coronavirus pandemic.Gladbach sporting director Max Eberl says the players approached the club with an offer of voluntary pay cuts, and the coaching staff, directors and executives have joined in.Eberl says “I am very proud of the boys. A clear signal: we are standing together for Borussia in good and bad times.” Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the coronavirus outbreak’s effect on sports around the world (all times local):___The Monaco Grand Prix is among three Formula One races postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak. The Dutch and Spanish GPs in May were also called off by governing body FIA.It is not yet clear when the first race of the season can be held.___The first player under the PGA Tour umbrella has tested positive for the new coronavirus.The tour says Victor Lange of South Africa was diagnosed with COVID-19 upon returning home to Johannesburg on March 9 from playing a PGA Tour Latinoamerica event in Mazatlan, Mexico. He was tested as a precaution while going to a non-virus related doctor’s appointment with a friend. Lange received the diagnosis on Tuesday. More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Youth and Sports Minister Muharrem Kasapoglu made the announcement after meeting with the heads of the three sports federations.The soccer league had been continuing without spectators after most other leagues in Europe stopped. Turkish soccer federation president Nihat Ozdemir had argued that the country was one of the least affected by the virus.Some players and coaches had complained about the league going ahead, expressing concerns for their health.Trabzonspor announced this week that it had “mutually agreed” to part with former Nigeria captain John Obi Mikel after the former Chelsea player said he did not feel comfortable playing amid the pandemic.___ Associated Press March 19, 2020 ___Soccer in England will stay suspended until at least April 30 because of the coronavirus outbreak and the season could be finished in June.The Football Association and Premier League say they have agreed to extend the suspension from April 4 to April 30. The FA board has waived a regulation which would normally oblige leagues to finish by June 1.That means the English leagues can continue playing in space that opened up when UEFA postponed the European Championship to 2021.The FA, Premier League and English Football League say they are “united in their commitment” that the season should be resumed. ___The International Weightlifting Federation says it has changed its Olympic qualifying criteria in response to the coronavirus outbreak but won’t say how the new system works.Olympic qualifying in dozens of sports has been thrown into chaos as continental championships around the world have been postponed.The IWF says it has drawn up a replacement set of qualifying rules and submitted them to the International Olympic Committee but it won’t tell athletes or national federations about the changes until the IOC signs off on the plan.The IWF says it has ruled out extending the qualifying period beyond April 30. That means any rescheduled continental championships won’t count. UEFA is giving European soccer clubs extra time and leeway to comply with financial monitoring rules during the coronavirus outbreak.UEFA says it has extended a March 31 deadline by one month for clubs to show they have no outstanding debts for taxes and transfer fees.The shutdown of European soccer has deprived clubs of match-day income and many risk getting less revenue from broadcasting contracts if games cannot be played.The “Financial Fair Play” system monitors at least three years of accounts for hundreds of clubs which qualify to play in the Champions League and Europa League. Clubs which fail to break even on commercial income and spending on transfers and wages risk sanctions which include being expelled from competitions in the most severe cases.UEFA says the established rules allow for unforeseen circumstances which “is taken into account as part of the clubs’ assessment on a case by case basis.” ___The Swedish soccer association says the start of the top professional leagues in the country have been postponed with the aim of playing again in late May or early June.The decision comes a day after a request from clubs in Sweden’s top two men’s leagues to delay the start of the season until the beginning of June because of the coronavirus outbreak.The season was due to start on the weekend of April 3-4.The federation says a detailed program of games will be presented after UEFA clarifies dates for rearranged European club tournaments.
The prestigious Joy Sports Pub Series returns today with the coverage of the crucial UEFA Champions League first round knockout match between AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspurs at the San Siro.The Joy Sports Team will beam this game live on a giant screen at Epo’s Spot in Osu. The match which starts at 7:45pm will be preceded by a pre-match quiz dubbed “How well do you know your club”.Fans who participate in the quiz could win several attractive prizes.Manager of Epo’s Spot, Anthony Lakai told Joy Sports football fans should troop to his Pub to watch the game for they will not regret the experience.He said the atmosphere is great and there are adequate seats for all who come to the pub.Source: Joy Sports/Ghana
Wellington Police notes for Wednesday, January 21, 2015:â€¢11:15 a.m. Officers investigated possession of marijuana in the 1700 block E. 16th, Wellington.â€¢11:15 a.m. Juvenile male, 17, Wellington was referred to juvenile court.â€¢3:40 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 1000 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢4:29 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of medication in the 700 block N. C, Wellington.â€¢4:32 p.m. Officers took a report of a domestic family dispute in the 1100 block S. C, Wellington.â€¢8:50 p.m. Officers took a report of lost property in the 700 block N. G, Wellington.â€¢10:28 p.m. Zachary H. Leis, 21, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is suspended, driving while under the influence of alcohol and failure to yield right of way.â€¢11:50 p.m. Officers took a report of a found cell phone in the 800 S. Jefferson, Wellington.
In efforts to strengthen ties with its continental neighbours, Guyana has accredited its new Ambassador ofPresident David Granger accredited Peru’s Ambassador to Guyana Mario Lopez ChavarriPeru.Ambassador Mario Lopez Chavarri handed over his Letters of Credence to Head of State David Granger on Wednesday morning at the Ministry of the Presidency.Chavarri expressed his commitment to promoting integration and cooperation between Guyana and Peru to further strength relations between the two South American countries.Meanwhile, in accepting the Peruvian Ambassador’s credence, President Granger noted that since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Guyana and Peru, the two countries have since enjoyed and maintained cordial relations.“The Republic of Peru, through your appointment, is reaffirming its commitment to strengthening relations between our two countries. Guyana and Peru share common interests, which provide a solid foundation for improved relationships at bilateral, regional and international levels,” he stated.President Granger outlined that the two continental neighbours share interests in the democracy, peace, respect for human rights, sustainable developments, eradication of poverty and the peaceful settlement of disputes.Moreover, the Guyanese Head of State committed Guyana’s support towards the development of productive partnerships between the two Republics, especially in the area of fishing, mining and agriculture.“Our two Republics are committed to regional cooperation, as a means of achieving a higher standard of living for our peoples, through the sustainable exploitation of our natural resources,” Granger said.In addition, he mentioned the two countries’ confidence in the Rule of International Law, particularly in the role of international judicial bodies, such as International Court of Justice to definitively settle territorial controversies.Diplomatic relations between Guyana and Peru dates back to July 1971.
GuySuCo closure….– Opposition Chief exposures premeditated plot to cripple sugarPersistent claims from the coalition that the former administration did nothing to reform the sugar industry are being rubbished by the party’s Parliamentary Chief Whip, Gail Texieira. According to Texieira, not only did the PPP bring sugar reform proposals to parliament, but the then opposition participated in and approved the measures they brought.Speaking to this publication during an interview on the show; Under theOpposition Chief Whip Gail TexieiraMicroscope, Texieira took on these claims head on. She reminded that back in 2010, the previous administration took the newly formulated Strategic Plan for GuySuCo to the National Assembly when faced with the economic fallout from the loss of preferential sugar markets.“So there was an attempt to recognise, look we have to reform and deal with these challenges… and still keep sugar as the biggest employer in the state sector. A number of those (government Ministers) who are talking (collaborated with us in Parliament). In the ninth parliament, sugar was part of that agenda. Mr. (Winston) Murray was the Chair.”“When Skeldon (sugar factory) was built,” she continued. “The ParliamentaryA longstanding executive of GuySuCo, Errol Hanoman was brought back by the coalition government in 2015sectoral committee went and visited Skeldon. Everyone praised it. They showed us the mechanization of the fields, the plans. The sectoral committee (including opposition) unanimously praised the changes, the strategic management plans that were being put in place in GuySuCo. This was 2010, 2011.”Texieira pointed out that despite the coalition government’s claims the PPP mismanaged the sector, they still persevered with the Managers the previous administration hired to run GuySuCo but then dismissed or put aside.“If that’s the case, the same people who were managing, who we said, let them go, you bring back and then say we were mismanaging?” Texieira questioned. This is a reference to GuySuCo executives including former Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Errol Hanoman.In 2010, Hanoman’s resignation from the post of CEO was accepted by GuySuCo management. At the time, officials had said the then government expressed dissatisfaction with the board’s performance in the face of moves to reform the industry. Hanoman and former Finance Director Paul Bhim were subsequently rehired to an Interim Management Committee (IMC) by the coalition government.Political moveGovernment has been downsizing the sugar industry, a move fiercely resisted by the Guyana Agriculture and General Workers Union (GAWU), the parliamentary opposition and a number of other agencies. The operations of the LBI Estate were amalgamated with those of the Enmore Estate; those at Wales were amalgated with uitvlught and there are plans to privatise Skeldon.GAWU has noted that thousands of persons stand to be affected by the closure of this East Demerara Estate, which employs some 2,200 persons in the field, factory, security, administrative and managerial sections. Government has already announced that by the time they are finished closing estates, the only ones that will remain open are the Blairmont, Uitvlugt and Albion estates.But the closure of the estates and the sacking of workers is having an effect on the economy even government has acknowledged. Blaming missed production targets from sectors including sugar, Minister of Finance Winston Jordan recently announced a revised economic growth target… downwards.Jordan said the economy was expected to grow by 2.9 per cent, failing to meet the revised growth projection of 3.1 per cent for 2017. The initial projected growth of the economy was 3.8 per cent, but this was revised by midyear to 3.1 per cent after the economy only grew by 2.2 per cent by July. Sugar output in Guyana fell by nearly a quarter from last year, with close to 140,000 metric tonnes being produced in 2017. This is the lowest output in over two decades. According to Texieira, the decisions being made are therefore not rooted in economics. “Anybody looking at the sugar figures will know that the decisions being made by this government are not a technical decision. It is not a decision based on economic or financial figures. It is a political decision.” “The politics of it is that one, they want to destroy GAWU. They (want) vengeance against sugar workers who are in the main, supporters of the PPP but not exclusively. The government’s position on sugar has been reckless,” Texieira stressed.
1 Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…Real Madrid are turning up the heat on David de Gea and are determined to prise him away from Manchester United in a £30m deal. The Spanish giants have already sounded out De Gea’s representatives and are desperate to make him the successor to Iker Casillas, who is expected to leave next summer. (Daily Mirror)But United will fight to keep De Gea and chief executive Ed Woodward is prepared to double the player’s wages to £140,000-a-week to keep him out of the clutches of the European champions. (Daily Star)Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal, meanwhile, is ready to move for Southampton’s England right-back Nathaniel Clyne. (Daily Mirror)West Brom manager Tony Pulis has made a move for Watford striker Troy Deeney, increasing speculation that top-goalscorer Saido Berahino could leave the Hawthorns this month, with Liverpool and Tottenham both keen. (Daily Mail)Inter Milan are ready to offer £7million to prise Lucas away from Liverpool. (Daily Mirror)Mauricio Pochettino is keen on Everton midfielder James McCarthy and is ready to try to prise him away in January. The Tottenham boss has turned to McCarthy with Morgan Schneiderlin looking out of reach. (Daily Mirror)Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo is set to join Crystal Palace on loan this month despite confirmed interest from Hull City. (Metro)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Sterling ‘nowhere near’ signing new deal at LiverpoolFabregas plays down Messi to Chelsea talk, insisting: ‘He is happy at Barcelona’Wenger confirms talks with Hull over deal for Arsenal forwardManchester City defender close to Schalke switch, says general managerSampdoria set for Premier League striker swoop?West Ham set to block Huddersfield’s loan bid for midfielderCardiff misfit set for move back to SpainNewcastle flop forced to wait on Genoa move Transfer rumours and paper review
Just champion: Letterkenny Rovers – U-10sLetterkenny Rovers under-10 team has claimed a place in the U-10 champions league after beating Milford 2-0 in a close game.The Rovers defeated a strong Bonagee team in the semis 3-1 on penalties after the game finished 2-2 at the end of full-time.It’s another great sucess for the team and management as they won the under ten league in march. Rovers other under ten team Letterkenny Crusaders finished third after beating bonagee in the third forth place play off.Up next they meet the best county teams in the champions league.The Rovers and Crusaders teams FOOTBALL: LETTERKENNY ROVERS CLAIM PLACE IN U-10 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE was last modified: May 10th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:FOOTBALL: LETTERKENNY ROVERS CLAIM PLACE IN U-10 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE