CRYSTAL PALACE(4-2-3-1)McCARTHY, WARD, DANN, DELANEY, SOUARE, McARTHUR, CABAYE, ZAHA, PUNCHEON, SAKO,WICKHAMMANCHESTER CITY(4-2-3-1)AGUERO, STERLING, SILVA, DE BRUYNE,FERNANDINHO, TOURE,KOLAROV, MANGALA, KOMPANY, SAGNA, HARTManchester City face a tough challenge to their perfect start to the Barclays Premier League season against a Crystal Palace side boasting a shock win at title rivals Chelsea in their last outing.Palace’s impressive start to the campaign sees them behind City in the table, in second place and with nine points from their opening four games, the club’s best ever beginning to a Premier League campaign and most impressive in the top flight since 1991 when, in the old First Division, they lost at City on the opening day before winning their next three.It is City’s best start to a season since 2011 when they won their first four. A fifth victory will represent their best sequence at the start of a season since 2009 when they won their first six and, like this season, they kept clean sheets in their opening four fixtures.However, City have never kept clean sheets in each of their opening five games so can set a new club record at Selhurst Park.City, though, will not need reminding what happened on their last visit; Palace won 2-1 and Chelsea went on to win the Premier League title.
BRISBANE, Australia (CMC):West Indies were staring at a humiliating innings defeat in the face after an all-too-familiar second-innings batting collapse left them hanging by a thread, on the penultimate day of their four-day tour match against a youthful Cricket Australia XI here yesterday.Trailing by 201 on first innings after watching the hosts convert their overnight 245 for four into 444 all out at the Allan Border Field, West Indies slumped to 125 for seven at the close, still requiring a further 76 runs to avoid a demoralising defeat.Captain Jason Holder was unbeaten on 26 and partnered by tail-ender Kemar Roach on nine, with only Devendra Bishoo and Shannon Gabriel to come.Carlos Brathwaite has so far top-scored with a robust 31,batting at number eight, while opener Rajindra Chandrika and the experienced Marlon Samuels both scored 21.Of the top six, they were the only ones to make it past 15 as two debutant seamers, Ryan Lees and James Bazley, ripped through the West Indies top order to leave the innings in tatters at 59 for six.The 21-year-old Lees finished with three for 37 and Bazley, only 20, claimed two for 39, while leg-spinner Cameron Boyce picked up two for 56.The display will be worrying for West Indies ahead of next week’s first Test, especially coming against a side fielding six players on first-class debut.They were in trouble from as early as the fourth ball of the innings when Kraigg Brathwaite perished without scoring, caught at point by Bazley off Lees, without a run on the board.Left-hander Darren Bravo followed soon afterward for five, nicking a defensive prod at Bazley behind, to leave the tourists on seven for two.Chandrika, who faced 47 balls and struck two fours, then repaired the innings somewhat in a 29-run, third-wicket stand with Samuels who faced 53 deliveries and also counted two fours.Bazley, however, removed Chandrika to a catch in the slips by substitute Tim Paine and with a run added in the next over, Lees removed Jermaine Blackwood without scoring to a catch at the wicket, as the Windies tumbled to 37 for four.
20 12. Youri Tielemans (Anderlecht) – valued at €19.331m 10. Julian Weigl (Borussia Dortmund) – valued at €19.823m 4. Dele Alli (Tottenham) – valued at €34.140m 19. Gabriel Barbosa (Santos) – valued at €13.891m 20 20 20 20 20. Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan) – Valued at €13.75m by Soccerex and Prime Time Sports (see below for an explanation) – Click the right arrow above to find out who is the most valuable player under 21… 1. Anthony Martial (Manchester United) – valued at €47.150m 5. Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich) – valued at €30.694m 20 20 20 2. Leroy Sane (Schalke) – valued at €37.132m 18. Ousmane Dembele (Borussia Dortmund) – valued at €14.051m 20 3. Renato Sanches (Bayern Munich) – valued at €34.550m 20 20 20 20 14. Niklas Sule (Hoffenheim) – valued at €16.654m 17. Ruben Neves (Porto) – valued at €14.085m 13. Riechedly Bazoer (Ajax) – valued at €19.153m 8. Max Meyer (Schalke) – valued at €21.644m 20 16. Giovani Lo Celso (Rosario Central) – valued at €14.324m 20 20 20 20 20 There are some huge sums flying about this transfer window as top teams look to strengthen their squads for the new season.This means the value of superstars is gradually being edged up – gone are the days where you could sign a promising player for peanuts.Instead, even now the brightest prospects are worth vast amounts of money, bust who are the most valuable footballers under 21?The folks over at Soccerex and Prime Time Sports have joined forces to work it out and using figures based on the players’ performances on the pitch, and players sold in recent years, they’ve come up with a top 20 full of talent.So, who is the most valuable footballer under 21? Click the right arrow above to find out… 15. Mahmoud Dahoud (Borussia Monchengladbach) – valued at €15.027m 9. Kelechi Iheanacho (Manchester City) – valued at €20.066m 6. Breel Embolo (Schalke) – valued at €25.441m 11. Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras) – valued at €19.822m 20 7. Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – valued at €22.509m
A man who banged on the door of a Garda station and demanded to be driven home has been jailed for two months.Oliver Shovlin, 35, of Clondallan, Rathmullan, was found to be extremely drunk when he arrived at Ramelton Garda station.Gardai told Milford District Court that Shovlin became extremely abusive when approached by Gardai. “He was roaring and shouting in the middle of the street and was demanding to be brought home.“He was shouting ‘Bring me home or I’ll break your f***ing nose. When he was warned he would be arrested he said “f*** off,” revealed Gardai.The court that Shovlin has 22 previous convictions for a range of offences including assault, having no insurance, careless driving and refusing to give a breath test.He was also jailed for dangerous driving causing death.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client was already in jail for previous offences and had been extremely traumatised by the death of his friend in that road traffic accident.The court heard that Shovlin was currently in jail and was due for release in January 2012.Judge Paul Kelly sentenced Shovlin to two months for a breach of the peace.EndsMAN BANGED ON GARDA STATION DOOR AND SHOUTED: ‘TAKE ME HOME OR I’LL BREAK YOUR NOSE.” was last modified: October 10th, 2011 by StephenShare 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:Oliver ShovlinRamelton Garda StationRathmullan
IN DEMAND The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star 2 Griezmann was heavily linked with a move to Barcelona Great news from Russia. @AntoGriezmann has signed his renvovation until 2023, @LucasHernandez until 2024 and Lemar has signed his contract #AúpaAtleti https://t.co/bTPkTFdhIb pic.twitter.com/s0EFsVbX9O— Atlético de Madrid (@atletienglish) June 18, 2018Hernandez, 22, earned a spot in Deschamps’ star-studded squad after excelling for the Europa League champions.His new deal is another huge boost for Atleti chief Diego Simeone who has got some important business taken care of early. LATEST moving on It’s a tremendous piece of business by Atletico CEO Angel Gil Marin, who was given permission by Les Bleus boss Didier Deschamps to complete the triple swoop.This comes days after Griezmann released a bizarre video where he confirmed he would not be moving to Barcelona despite being heavily linked with the Catalonia club.The acquisition of Lemar could have been the deciding factor in keeping the 27-year-old at the Wanda Metropolitano, as the winger had been linked with a move to Arsenal and Liverpool in previous transfer windows.Lemar, 22, has been in great form over the last two seasons as he hopes to star alongside Griezmann at the 2018 World Cup for France. LIVING THE DREAM targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Griezmann and Lemar will become club team-mates as well as international team-mates Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Antoine Griezmann has put pen to paper on a new deal with Atletico Madrid as France team-mate Thomas Lemar arrived at the LaLiga giants in a £63million deal.Fellow Frenchman Lucas Hernandez has agreed new terms until 2024 with Atletico as well. 2 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ REVEALED RANKED targets Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Latest transfer news
Relay For Life Donegal Committee Members with Cancer Specialist Nurse Teraze Toby and Reverend StewartA glowing tribute was paid to Majella O’Donnell’s brave head shave on the Late Late show by Head of Fundraising for the Irish Cancer Society Mark Mellett. Mr Mellett said that he couldn’t express properly how fantastic her efforts were in raising awareness for the Irish Cancer Society.“She wanted to do what she could do,” he said paying tribute to the €550,000 raised by Majella following her headshave on the Late Late Show. Mark Mellet, Head of Fundraising for the Irish Cancer SocietyThe praise for the wife of singer Daniel O’Donnell came from Mr Mellett yesterday as he officially opened the Daffodil Centre in Letterkenny Shopping Centre.The centre is the first of its kind in the country to be placed in a commercial setting. Visitors from the public can drop in to receive vital cancer information and support.The Daffodil Centre was just about to open in Letterkenny General Hospital before the July floods ravaged the building. With a little help from Harcourt Developments, it was relocated to Letterkenny Shopping Centre without the usual rental fees.“We shouldn’t be here, but we are,” said Head of Fundraising for the Irish Cancer Society Mark Mellett. “It’s a testament to the people of Donegal that we are here today,” he said, praising the determination of volunteers to get the Centre open.Mark Mellett, Head of Fundraising for the Irish Cancer Society praised the hard work of the Daffodil Centre VolunteersLike Majella, Mellet said that the Daffodil Centre volunteers and Relay For Life Donegal fundraisers wanted to do what they could for cancer care and research. He highly praised their efforts.Volunteers at the Daffodil Centre said that people are visiting the space specifically to make a donation to the Irish Cancer Society after they were touched by Majella’s Late Late Show appeal.However, the Daffodil Centre does not accept donations as their services are free of charge. Volunteers could only advise kind supporters how to contribute by other means online or through post and telephone.Mellet also announced that the The Irish Cancer Society will this year extend the Care to Drive service to bring radiotherapy patients from Donegal to Galway. The service previously only transported patients receiving chemotherapy treatment.By the end of October, car transport will be provided for radiotherapy patients from their homes in Donegal to the Cancer Care West lodge at Galway University Hospital.This service will be exclusive to Donegal patients. There are 62 volunteer drivers in Donegal.30,000 people in Ireland receive cancer diagnoses each year. The Daffodil Centre will be there for patients to get information and ask any “silly questions” that they may have, said Mellett. Daffodil Centre Volunteers (from left) Mary C. O’Donnell, Sarah McGee, Caroline Vilamajna“Cancer is something that touches everyone on a personal level,” said volunteer Caroline Villamajna who lost her mother to cancer. Both active and retired nurses, home-helpers and other volunteers were trained and vetted before helping in the Daffodil Centre.Teraze Toby, specialist cancer nurse, and her team of 26 volunteers from the area will provide visitors with information on cancer prevention, early detection, cancer treatments and related side-effects, palliative care services, support and psychological care, practical entitlements and services available.Nursing Services Manager for the Irish Cancer Society Joan Kelly said that the Daffodil Centre being in a commercial space is a “really unique situation and a massive opportunity for the Irish Cancer Society to evaluate very closely.”The Daffodil Centre is open to the public Monday to Friday, 9am -5pm with no appointment or referral necessary. Cancer patients, family members and the general public are all welcome.The Centre would not have been possible without the generous funds raised by Relay for Life Donegal and the support of the Darren Clarke Foundation. The Irish Cancer Society receives 95% of its funding from public donations.This year’s Relay For Life Donegal raised almost €321,000 for research which will ultimately help find better ways of diagnosing and treating cancer for patients across the country.Relay for Life Committee members, volunteers and Cancer Care campaigners were all present to see the opening of a project they had all proudly contributed to.Letterkenny Town Mayor, Cllr Pascal Blake“When you see a day like today it is all very much worthwhile,” said Letterkenny Town Mayor Pascal Blake. He said that it is great for Letterkenny to have the expertise, confidentiality, and consultancy the Centre will provide. He wished every success and good wish to the venture.by Rachel McLaughlinTeraze Toby, specialist cancer nurse and Joan Kelly, Nursing Services Manager at Irish Cancer SocietyA wide selection of leaflets are available in the Daffodil Centre. Visitors can also speak privately with Teraze about specific medical queries.Letterkenny Town Mayor, Cllr Paschal Blake and Mark Mellet, Head of Fundraising for the Irish Cancer SocietyTRIBUTES CONTINUE FOR MAJELLA AS DAFFODIL CENTRE OPENED was last modified: September 25th, 2013 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:daffodil centreIrish Cancer SocietyMajella O’ Donnell
TOURISTS lighting a Chinese lantern on a warm summer’s evening could have caused an inferno at Carrickfin airport, it has emerged.The lantern eventually landed in a runway at the airport, not far from fuel tanks.Passerby Michael Connolly witnessed the incident at around 9.30pm on Friday evening. “I witnessed a number of people some distance away from me, on the road adjacent to the airport runway sending the burning lantern into the air,” he told Donegal Daily.“There were two cars involved, one was a red Renault car and the other a dark coloured Volvo estate both with yellow UK rear number plates.“They drove off immediately after sending the burning lantern into the air.”Airport security officer Brian Boyle (pictured with lantern) described the incident as “mindless and stupid.” Mr Boyle said: “The location where the lantern landed is only yards from where thousands of gallons of aviation fuel are stored and the airport is surrounded in dry crisp vegetation which is also highly flammable this time of year.”The airport authorities accept that the incident was probably an innocent thing to do – but it could have had serious consequences. CHINESE LANTERN AT DONEGAL AIRPORT ‘COULD HAVE CAUSED INFERNO’ was last modified: August 19th, 2012 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:CHINESE LANTERN AT DONEGAL AIRPORT ‘COULD HAVE CAUSED INFERNO’
It was great to see over 150 of our next generation of young athletes out competing on a lovely warm evening at the Finn Valley Centre.From a sprint to a distance race or long jumping to the recently introduced Turbo Javelin, there was plenty on offer for everyone. Indeed, the grit and determination etched over these young faces in the sprints or coming down the home straight after 600m shows the will to win is ingrained at an early age.Whether a child was first or last, each and every one was cheered home by supportive parents and coaches when the most important thing at these ages is that children are participating in and enjoying sport.Thanks to all the clubs for turning out for Tuesdays event and to all the officials who helped out with the smooth and timely running of the programme. Thanks also to the Finn Valley club for hosting the event which acted as a dress rehearsal for the Ulster Childrens Games in a few weeks time. A reminder to clubs that the closing date for these Ulster Childrens Games and U12&13 Championships is this Friday.Next up in a busy athletics calendar is Day 2 of the Donegal Track and Field Championships for Juveniles, Seniors and Masters which will be held in Lifford this Saturday 11th May with a 12pm start. We look forward to seeing everyone there on Saturday.The results:Under 9 Girls 60mHeat 1Position Name Club1 Alisha Cuskelly Lifford 2 Abagail Temple Finn Valley3 Aisling O’Kane Finn ValleyHeat 2Position Name Club 1 Bronagh Duffy Cranford2 Erin Gallen Finn Valley3 Katie Gallagher Finn ValleyHeat 3Position Name Club1 Leah McMonagle Finn Valley2 Abbey McGranaghan Finn Valley3 Sadie Logan Finn ValleyFinalPosition Name Club1 Alisha Cuskelly Lifford2 Leah McMonagle Finn Valley3 Abbey McGranaghan Finn ValleyUnder 10 Girls 60mHeat 1Position Name Club1 Brenda Collins Inishowen2 Emma Bonner RossesHeat 2Position Name Club1 Michaela Galvin Letterkenny2 Lucy McGlynn Tír ChónaillHeat 3Position Name Club1 Gráinne McGlynn Rosses2 Hannah Gallagher Finn ValleyHeat 4Position Name Club1 Emma Farren Tír Chónaill2 Emily Colangel RossesFinalPosition Name Club1 Michaela Galvin Letterkenny2 Emma Farren Tír Chónaill3 Gráinne McGlynn RossesUnder 11 Girls 60mHeat 1Position Name Club1 Chloe Coyle Finn Valley2 Ciara O’Donnell Letterkenny3 Aisling McLaughlin InishowenHeat 2Position Name Club1 Amy McMenamin Finn Valley2 Leah McGarvey Rosses3 Mia Baikie RossesHeat 3Position Name Club1 Connie Doherty Inishowen2 Andrea Browne Finn Valley3 Sarah Jane Keown Tír ChónaillFinalPosition Name Club1 Connie Doherty Inishowen2 Chloe Coyle Finn Valley3 Ciara O’Donnell LetterkennyUnder 9 Boys 60mHeat 1Position Name Club1 Liam Carlin Finn Valley2 Oran Gallagher Lifford3 Ríon Ó Gallachóir InishowenHeat 2Position Name Club1 Keelin Collins Inishowen2 Mark Bonner Letterkenny3 Cahir Browne Finn ValleyHeat 3Position Name Club1 Martin Dugera Cranford2 Fiachra O’Donnell Tír Chónaill3 Cian McMenamin CranfordFinalPosition Name Club1 Martin Dugera Cranford2 Keelin Collins Inishowen3 Oran Gallagher LiffordUnder 10 Boys 60mHeat 1Position Name Club1 Oisin Kelly Cranford2 Paul Ryan Milford3 Liam Donnelly CranfordHeat 2Position Name Club1 Oisin Porter Inishowen2 Oisin Thompson Finn Valley3 Alec McConigley MilfordHeat 3Position Name Club1 Neil Mulcahy Finn Valley2 Dylan Wallace Rosses3 Michael McGonagle Finn ValleyFinalPosition Name Club1 Oisin Kelly Cranford2 Paul Ryan Milford3 Liam Donnelly CranfordUnder 11 Boys60mHeat 1Position Name Club1 Seamus Harley Inishowen2 Ryan Coyle Finn Valley3 Rian McKinney LiffordHeat 2Position Name Club1 Patrick Marry Rosses2 Adam Sweeney Finn Valley3 Tiernan McBride CranfordHeat 3Position Name Club1 Drew McKinney Inishowen2 Conor Curran Inishowen3 Diarmaid O’Donnell Tír ChónaillFinalPosition Name Club1 Seamus Harley Inishowen2 Patrick Marry Rosses3 Drew McKinney InishowenMORE THAN 150 TAKE PART IN DONEGAL CHILDREN’S GAMES – THE RESULTS was last modified: May 9th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Donegal Children’s GamesFinn Valley AC
Expose star MIchelle Doherty has called her son Max.Proud dad Mark with MaxMEET gorgeous Max – baby son of Donegal TV presenter Michelle Doherty.Michelle gave birth to Max last Thursday night in London. Overjoyed first time dad Mark posted the following pictures, of the couple’s cute baby. TV3’S MICHELLE SHOWS OFF GORGEOUS BABY BOY MAX was last modified: August 13th, 2014 by John2Share 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:babyexposeMaxMichelle DohertyTV3
Embed from Getty ImagesBristol City boss Lee Johnson confirmed after leaving Luke Freeman out against Cardiff that the decision was taken because of doubts over the player’s future.West London Sport recently revealed that QPR had made a move for the 24-year-old winger, whose Robins contract expires at the end of the season.That offer was rejected and City have offered him a new deal, leaving Rangers to consider their options.One of those options is to try to sign Freeman on a pre-contract agreement for the end of the season, as City have indicated that they do want to sell.However, Johnson appeared to suggest after his team’s 3-2 home defeat against Cardiff that Freeman’s time at Ashton Gate could be up unless he agrees to sign a contract extension – and that a decision needs to be made soon.Johnson told his club’s website that Freeman’s omission “had everything to do with the contract situation.”Embed from Getty ImagesHe added: “The objective remains that we want Luke to stay and sign the contract, but there always comes a tipping point.“Luke has two good clubs interested in him. One is closer to home; the other is one where he has made his name, improving year on year and where he is loved by the staff, players and fans.“The contract remains there for him to sign but he hasn’t yet. In a derby I just felt that I couldn’t risk having anyone out there who may not have been committed.“I’m not for one minute saying that Luke is not committed, but there’s clearly a lot going through his mind at the moment.“We still live in hope that he’ll sign the contract but we can’t leave that on the table forever. We have to do what’s right for Bristol City first and foremost.”He has to make a decision and do that reasonably quickly.”See also:QPR still eyeing deal for Bristol City’s Freeman Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook