first_imgGENEVA (AP):The fastest goal in World Cup history capped a night of 6-0 routs and The Netherlands’ further fall in European qualifying yesterday.Seven seconds ticked by when Belgium forward Christian Benteke’s shot finished his surging run through the Gibraltar defence, which kicked off but coughed up the ball.Benteke beat the 8.3 seconds that FIFA timed Davide Gaultieri taking to score for San Marino against England in 1993 and set the tone for the visiting Belgians’ 6-0 win.Portugal also won 6-0, but needed only a single excellent goal from Cristiano Ronaldo to dominate the Faeroe Islands.Instead, 20-year-old Andre Silva stepped up with a first-half hat-trick in just his fourth international match perhaps finally pairing Ronaldo with a true penalty-area predator for the freshly crowned European champion.Dutch decline has been steep since it followed runner-up and third-place finishes at the last two World Cups with failure to qualify for an expanded Euro 2016.A 1-0 loss at home to France was the latest setback, sealed by Paul Pogba’s powerful shot from 30 yards in the first half.Belgium and France top their groups, though Portugal trail Switzerland, which won their third straight qualifier, 2-1 at lowly Andorra.Only the nine European group winners advance directly to play in Russia and four runners-up will qualify through a play-off round.last_img read more

first_imgOf the 800 runners that took part in this year’s event, 34 percent came from Fort St. John, by far the most than any other community. Dawson Creek made up just over 19 percent of the race participants. More than half of the competitors were taking part in the Emporer’s Challenge for the very first time.Below are the Fort St. John, Taylor and Charlie Lake finishers from the half marathon men’s event:11. Deny Chramosta 01:50:45 Fort St. John24. Tate Haugan 01:59:32 Charlie Lake26. Dean Dickinson 02:04:57 Fort St. John30. Chris Jungen 02:05:44 Fort St. John35. Stephane Lefebvre 02:08:18 Fort St. John38. Calvin Jarratt 02:08:31 Fort St. John44. Jeffery Kruk 02:12:55 Fort St. John52. Jordan Koop 02:15:21 Fort St. John- Advertisement -77. Kevin Fell 02:22:37 Fort St. John80. Rick Brown 02:23:45 Fort St. John85. Rudy Heistad 02:25:06 Fort St. John94. Dave Lamothe 02:30:16 Taylor95. Kevin Fell 02:30:35 Fort St. John102. Hunter Mackay 02:32:36 Fort St. John104. Jason Hanna 02:32:48 Fort St. John107. Aaron Harper 02:33:50 Fort St. John109. Greg Luciow 02:33:54 Charlie lake110. Tom Coveney 02:34:26 Fort St. John114. Tom Miles 02:35:45 Charlie Lake122. Marc d’Entremont 02:37:12 Fort St. John124. Stephen Wile 02:37:44 Fort St. John141. Andrew Tyrrell 02:41:35 Fort St. John150. Gerald Bernardin 02:42:40 Fort St. John152. Martin Baker 02:42:49 Fort St. John153. Scott Stanek 02:42:58 Fort St. John154. Terry LeBlanc 02:43:12 Charlie Lake165. Carl Bernardin 02:45:28 Fort St. John167. Bryan Fitzpatrick 02:45:53 Fort St. John182. Quinn Gentles 02:50:23 Fort St. John184. Philip Couch 02:51:04 Fort St. John194. Peter DeJong 02:52:42 Fort St. John211. Martin Fox 02:55:30 Fort St. John212. Patrick Corbett 02:55:31 Fort St. John220. Kyle Entwistle 02:57:24 Fort St. John232. Arthur Gervais 02:59:08 Fort St. John255. Abraham Unruh 03:01:55 Fort St. John301. Jamie Osterlund 03:10:11 Fort St. John306. Kerry Mann 03:10:40 Fort St. John313. Darren Meier 03:11:47 Fort St. John314. Rich Nixon 03:11:52 Fort St. John326. Dean Lowry 03:14:31 Charlie Lake342. Layne Craig 03:17:01 Charlie Lake357. Hayden Mackay 03:20:40 Fort St. John363. Ryan Ross 03:21:12 Fort St. John373. Brant Billings 03:22:49 Charlie Lake397. Eugene Barton 03:26:05 Charlie Lake428. Richard Stickel 03:33:23 Fort St. John429. Greg Nardi 03:33:30 Fort St. John444. Chase Cooper 03:37:17 Fort St. John445. Russ Beerlng 03:37:27 Fort St. John459. Shayne Osborne 03:41:34 Fort St. John487. Geoff Hurst 03:48:43 Fort St. John490. Dan Hawker 03:49:31 Fort St. John498. Mel Eklund 03:53:01 Fort St. John500. Ian Johnston 03:54:06 Fort St. John506. J.P. Schonewille 03:56:21 Fort St. John508. Francois Coetzer 03:58:01 Fort St. John517. Josh Reinbolt 04:00:39 Fort St. John522. Rod Hillary 04:00:59 Fort St. John524. Adam Currie 04:01:15 Fort St. John537. Darrell Regimbald 04:04:07 Fort St. John539. Tim Toews 04:04:51 Fort St. John543. Timothy Schuett 04:05:42 Fort St. John542. Ronnie Desort 04:05:42 Fort St. John552. Jason Wright 04:08:16 Fort St. John551. Matty Collins 04:08:16 Fort St. John563. Jeff Bernardin 04:15:33 Fort St. John571. Gordon Gentles 04:21:35 Fort St. John576. Darrell Lagadyn 04:22:20 Fort St. John579. Ken Bouck 04:24:03 Charlie Lake584. Robert Doucette 04:24:43 Fort St. JohnAdvertisement Below are the Fort St. John, Taylor and Charlie Lake finishers from the half marathon women’s event:49. Frankie Reinbolt 02:14:35 Fort St. John50. Katherine Kruse 02:14:56 Fort St. John53. Robin Lewis 02:15:23 Fort St. John57. Jennifer Clay 02:17:09 Fort St. John66. Suzanne Cavalheiro 02:20:15 Fort St. John71. Kelsey Legault 02:21:10 Fort St. John73. Roni Alexander 02:21:21 Fort St. John75. Stacey Jungen 02:22:22 Fort St. John78. Jessica Buckingham 02:23:01 Fort St. John91.  Beth Morrison 02:28:31 Fort St. John98. Barbara Polehoykie 02:31:47 Fort St. John99. Christine Luszczek 02:31:49 Fort St. John108. Laurie Cardinal 02:33:51 Fort St. John115. Annamari Miles 02:35:46 Charlie Lake121. Devrey Robbins 02:37:10 Fort St. John126. Eileen McPherson 02:38:09 Fort St. John128. Rachel Fell 02:38:28 Fort St. John131. Becky Keim 02:38:54 Fort St. John133. Hayley Crozier 02:39:24 Fort St. John138. Stacy Gibbons 02:41:08 Fort St. John139. Chantal Nielsen 02:41:09 Charlie Lake140. Kylee Lehr 02:41:22 Fort St. John143. Megan Stables 02:41:48 Fort St. John147. Nicole Sadownik 02:42:29 Fort St. John164. Jennifer Mallette 02:45:27 Fort St. John177. Emily Bowie 02:49:18 Fort St. John178. Stephanie Thomas 02:49:19 Fort St. John189. Lindsay Heal 02:51:58 Fort St. John191. Shayna Isaak 02:52:27 Fort St. John195. Nina Therrien 02:52:42 Fort St. John201. Penny Gagnon 02:53:21 Fort St. John202. Meghan Vander Meulen 02:53:57 Fort St. John203. Misty Hawes-Owen 02:54:03 Fort St. John206. Cindy Brunet 02:54:29 Fort St. John217. Arlyn Ross 02:56:54 Fort St. John218. Danica Norman 02:57:09 Silver Valley219. Ramona McAdie 02:57:21 Fort St. John236. Christie Entwistle 02:59:44 Fort St. John243. Jennifer Allen 03:00:44 Fort St. John252. Debbie Brown 03:01:38 Fort St. John253. Tabatha Nedokus 03:01:38 Fort St. John254. Andrea Osterlund 03:01:50 Fort St. John256. Shelley Unruh 03:01:55 Fort St. John258. Avril Bailey 03:02:00 Fort St. John262. Gretchen Kosick 03:02:29 Charlie Lake266. Nicole Luxton 03:03:24 Taylor268. Liz Billings 03:03:29 Charlie Lake272. Renee O’Neil 03:04:11 Fort St. John273. Cheryl Breitkreutz 03:04:39 Fort St. John280. Kristy Pollard 03:06:12 Fort St. John285. Christal Verge 03:06:58 Fort St. John288. Brenda Hetman 03:07:54 Charlie Lake294. Melissa Sound 03:09:13 Fort St. John296. Ashley Scriba 03:09:25 Fort St. John315. Shannon Crook 03:12:01 Charlie LakeAdvertisement 319. Chantell Bosch 03:13:51 Fort St. John322. Haylee Schmutz 03:14:19 104 F-19 to 34 Fort St. John325. Dione Pizzey 03:14:27 Fort St. John333. Tammy Dyck 03:15:27 Fort St. John337. Amanda Fordyce 03:16:17 Fort St. John341. Angele Heinrichs 03:16:59 Fort St. John340. Penny(Edna) St.Pierre 03:16:59 Fort St. John347. Angela Phelan 03:18:01 Fort St. John353. Karen Sutherland 03:19:04 Charlie Lake354. Katrina Judge 03:19:18 Fort St. John355. Nadine Thornton 03:19:20 Fort St. John356. Laura Clayson 03:20:23 Fort St. John360. Beth Grady 03:20:53 Fort St. John361. Shiran Fitzpatrick 03:21:05 Fort St. John362. Karla Stafford 03:21:05 Fort St. John374. Gertrude Steiner 03:22:49 Charlie Lake376. Elizabeth Nardi 03:23:10 Fort St. John377. Sheri Hawker 03:23:12 Fort St. John384. Athena Andritz 03:23:50 Fort St. John385. Alana Lewis 03:24:02 Taylor394. Sarah Murray 03:25:26 Fort St. John401. Victoria Butler 03:27:14 Fort St. John402. Samantha Corbett 03:27:15 Fort St. John405. Justina Dick 03:27:39 Fort St. John414. Brandy Sinclair 03:30:57 Fort St. John415. Noreen Mae 03:31:12 Fort St. John419. Sara Richardson 03:32:04 Charlie Lake420. Dee-Ann Stickel 03:32:15 Fort St. John421. Donni Levac 03:32:22 Fort St. John433. Crystal Laboucane 03:34:50 Fort St. John434. Lauren McKenzie 03:35:00 Fort St. John435. Stephanie Dixon 03:35:01 Fort St. John437. Sarah McConnell 03:35:19 Fort St. John438. Christina Sutherland 03:35:40 Charlie Lake441. Haley Brown 03:36:42 Fort St. John443. Jennifer Cooper 03:37:14 Fort St. John447. Brittney Toews 03:37:37 Fort St. John453. Megan Rawson 03:40:15 Fort St. John457. Samantha Warren 03:40:28 Charlie Lake461. Genevieve Spencer 03:42:39 Fort St. John465. Claire Leflar 03:44:59 Fort St. John467. Melanie Fox 03:45:13 Fort St. John472. Yuliss Spencer 03:45:27 Fort St. John476. Michelle Hesketh 03:46:12 Fort St. John486. Tracy Kucera 03:48:13 Fort St. John489. Angela Lamothe 03:49:29 Taylor493. Gerhild Neugebauer 03:49:49 Fort St. John494. Lindsay Brownhill 03:50:09 Fort St. John495. Lorene Dowds 03:50:22 Fort St. John497. Mary Neudorf 03:52:59 Fort St. John507. Iris Trapp 03:56:22 Fort St. John509. Karen Mason-Bennett 03:58:02 Fort St. John511. Carrie Clark 03:58:28 Fort St. John520. Janice Hillary 04:00:56 Fort St. John521. Britanee Hillary 04:00:56 Fort St. John526. Susan McGarvey 04:01:42 Fort St. John531. Jamie Young 04:01:58 Fort St. John533. Connie Chilcott 04:02:04 Fort St. John536. Patty Nixon 04:03:11 Fort St. John538. Annette Bailey 04:04:07 Fort St. John540. Katie Hesketh 04:04:52 Fort St. John541. Andrea Cunningham 04:05:00 Fort St. John546. Marie Bernardin 04:06:57 Fort St. John549. Christina Clarance 04:08:04 Fort St. John550. Navenda Wright 04:08:14 Fort St. John554. Des Graziano 04:09:07 Taylor558. Ellen Verbeek 04:11:28 Fort St. John562. Bonnie Smith 04:14:35 Fort St. John564. Kristin Pedde 04:15:34 Taylor566. Susan Thompson 04:16:17 Charlie Lake568. Kerri Mann 04:17:21 Fort St. John570. Amber Lindley 04:21:33 Fort St. John574. Jessica Christianson 04:22:14 Fort St. John575. Theresa Beard 04:22:14 Fort St. John581. Rhonda Anderson 04:24:25 Charlie Lake583. Leah Pillsworth 04:24:26 Dawson Creek586. Robin Lagadyn 04:25:02 Fort St. Johnlast_img read more

first_imgChurchill Downs rolled out the red carpet and lined it with rose petals Saturday for celebrities arriving for the Kentucky Derby. Jenny McCarthy, the actress and 1994 Playboy Playmate of the Year, said it was her first Kentucky Derby appearance, and she hoped to meet another Derby visitor – Queen Elizabeth II. “I’m scared of what to say to her, though. There are so many rules,” McCarthy said. “`Yo! Wassup?’ That probably isn’t appropriate.” Melissa Joan Hart, of “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” fame, said she’s been studying how to approach royalty. Peter Jackson is teaming with DreamWorks SKG to film his adaptation of the best-selling novel “The Lovely Bones.” DreamWorks beat out three other bidders – Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. – to finance Jackson’s version of Alice Sebold’s 2002 best-seller about the murder of a 14-year-old girl who narrates her tale from heaven. Jackson, best known for the “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, will direct from a script he wrote with his wife, Fran Walsh, and collaborator Phillipa Boyens. The film begins shooting in October in Pennsylvania and New Zealand. “In the hands of Peter Jackson, we have a master of cinematic storytelling to bring it to the screen,” DreamWorks CEO Stacey Snider said in a statement announcing the deal. Financial terms were not released. Jackson won three Academy Awards in 2004 for “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.” – Associated Press 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Gene Simmons, formerly of the rock band Kiss, had money down on a horse, but it was his girlfriend, former Playmate of the Year Shannon Tweed, who placed the bet. “I’m what’s called a sucker,” Simmons bellowed. “This one (Tweed) bet $100,000 of my money on a horse.” Neither Simmons nor Tweed would say which horse they were backing, but Tweed said she picked the horse based on how the jockey’s silks looked. – Associated Press ‘Lovely Bones’ hits big screen last_img

first_imgDon’t miss the big day on July 1, starting with the Classic Car Show and Shine at 10:00 a.m., followed by the Canada Day Parade, Celebration in the Park and Fireworks at Surerus Fields. Organizer Ted Sloan from the Evangel Church says part of their mandate is to care for the city and this event is a way for them to show appreciation for everybody in the neighbourhood.“Sometimes this city can be very transient and we have people going in and out. Sometimes it’s really hard to get into the cliques or to know what’s happening,” Sloan explained. “What we’re really promoting is community, partnership, friendship. There’s no hang-ups, we just want to promote friendship and love.”Entertainment during Church in the Park saw a number of Christian Rock Bands, while the Barn Dance provided popular country rock at the hands of a DJ.- Advertisement -Fort St. John local, Jane Drew says she enjoys watching everyone come together for the dance.“I think this is fantastic. It’s such a good community event and it’s bringing out all sorts of different people, country lovers and non country lovers,” Drew said.If you missed yesterday’s party, there’s still the World Fair taking place today, beginning at 3:00 p.m.Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgMadelyn is a 14 year old First Nations Female. She is 5′ tall, 150 pounds, has long black hair and brown eyes.  She was last seen wearing an orange, grey and black jacket and was observed carrying a black backpack.If you have seen Madelyn or know here whereabouts, contact the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700 or call 911 immediately if you’ve located her.- Advertisement –last_img

first_img0Shares0000Gareth Bale has shone for Real Madrid this season © AFP / OSCAR DEL POZOMADRID, Spain, Sep 30 – Gareth Bale has been left out of Real Madrid’s squad to face CSKA Moscow in the Champions League on Tuesday.Bale picked up a thigh injury during the goalless draw with Atletico Madrid on Saturday and had to come off at half-time. He will miss the reigning European champions’ Group G game in Russia, along with captain Sergio Ramos, who was also omitted from the squad announced on Sunday.Ramos sustained a cut above his eye against Atletico but, despite briefly leaving the field for treatment, was able to complete the match.Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui said after the game Bale had been replaced as a “precaution” at the Santiago Bernabeu and the Welshman would be assessed on Sunday.The club will be hoping the damage is not serious, with a crunch match against Barcelona in La Liga approaching on October 28.Marcelo and Isco were also absentees from Madrid’s squad to face CSKA. Marcelo has a calf problem while Isco is recovering from an appendix operation.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal manager Unai Emery wants more consistent performances from the club’s highest paid player Mesut Ozil © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 17 – Arsenal manager Unai Emery is not looking to offload Mesut Ozil this month, but wants the German to start delivering consistently on the field when given the chance.Ozil wasn’t even included in Emery’s squad for last weekend’s 1-0 defeat at West Ham despite taking a full part in training the week before the game on his return from a knee injury. However, Emery insisted the 2014 World Cup winner could return against Chelsea on Saturday in a vital clash for the Gunners if they are to make up a six-point gap to the top four.“I’ve spoken to him because I want consistency. He’s had some injuries and these injuries mean that sometimes he is okay and sometimes he isn’t okay,” said Emery.“I want every player to give the same work everyday to be okay for every match. With Mesut it’s the same. He didn’t play the last matches but to me he’s just like any other player. This Saturday he can be with us if he’s okay.”Ozil has publicly posted photos of his training regime to his nearly 24 million Twitter followers this week to demonstrate he is fit for selection.The decision to hand the former Real Madrid midfielder a contract worth a reported £350,000 ($450,000) a week until 2021 last January has been cited as a major reason why Emery has admitted Arsenal cannot afford any permanent signings this month.And despite reports Arsenal might even be willing to subsidise some of his wages to offload Ozil this month, Emery insisted he is still very much part of his plans.“I’m not thinking about that. I’m thinking about how he can help us this year with good performances,” added the Spaniard.“He’s had injuries and not been okay to play matches, but now after these two weeks maybe this Saturday will be okay for him.”Given Arsenal’s financial struggles, Champions League qualification for the first time in three seasons is even more vital.Emery’s men are fifth, level on points with a resurgent Manchester United, but can close to within three points of Chelsea with victory at the Emirates.“I think Saturday is a big test and our first objective is to be in the top four,” added Emery.“A win will take us closer to them. This will take us one step closer to our objective and this is the test.“Over 38 matches some are small finals and Saturday for us is a small final.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

first_imgAndy Roddick fended off four set points in the second set and held off a determined Tommy Haas 6-3, 7-6 (8-6) to win the Kooyong exhibition tournament Saturday in Melbourne, Australia. “I knew it would be tough today; Tommy has been in great form early this year,” Roddick said. “I’m happy with the way I’m hitting the ball.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “I can promise you right now – I’m thinking about Michael Lammers and not Roger Federer,” Roddick said. UCLA’s top-seeded Ben Kohlloeffel defeated Virginia’s Marko Miklo, the No. 8 seed, 6-1, 6-1 in the men’s singles semifinals of the 27th annual National Collegiate Tennis Classic at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Palm Springs. In a women’s singles semifinal between USC teammates, No. 8 Diane Mattias defeated No. 7 Luana Magnani 1-6, 6-3, 6-2. The women’s singles finals will be held today at 11 a.m., with the men following at 1 p.m. BASEBALL: The Angels agreed to multiyear contracts with Chone Figgins and Juan Rivera. The speedy, versatile Figgins got a $10.5 million, three-year deal. An offensive catalyst, he was a big reason the Angels won their second consecutive American League West title and advanced to the AL championship series last season. Rivera agreed to a two-year contract. Exact details were not yet known, but the outfielder will earn about $1.3 million in 2006. Outfielder-first baseman Craig Wilson chose not to go to salary arbitration and agreed to a one-year contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates worth about $3.5 million. The 29-year-old Wilson made $3 million last season, when he missed 103 games because of hand injuries. The Arizona Diamondbacks and catcher Johnny Estrada agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract. An All-Star in 2004, Estrada was acquired from the Atlanta Braves on Dec. 7 for relievers Lance Cormier and Oscar Villarreal. MOTOR SPORTS: Reigning NASCAR Nextel Cup champion Tony Stewart injured his right arm after he flipped his car during a qualifying race for the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. Stewart, a two-time Cup champion, complained of pain in his arm after Friday night’s race at the Tulsa (Okla.) Expo Raceway. He was examined and treated at a local hospital. A spokesman for Stewart said X-rays and a CT scan were both negative, but Stewart was fitted with a cast until a more extensive evaluation can be made by his own doctors. For the second day in a row, a boy died after being hit by a vehicle involved in the Dakar Rally in Senegal. A support truck hit and killed a 12-year-old boy Saturday between Tambacounda and Dakar, said organizers of the cross-continental road race – which ends today. On Friday, a boy watching the rally in Guinea was struck and killed by a competitor’s car. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Tennessee defensive tackle Tony McDaniel, sued this week for injuring a fellow student, will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft. A student McDaniel hit in the face during a pickup basketball game last year filed an $800,000 lawsuit Thursday for damages in Knox County Circuit Court. Ohio State strong safety Donte Whitner will skip his senior year to enter the NFL draft. Whitner becomes the third Buckeyes underclassman to make the jump to the pros. Cornerback Ashton Youboty and wide receiver Santonio Holmes already said they are leaving Ohio State. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Roddick lost to Roger Federer in the final of the Australian Open tuneup event last year. He advanced to this year’s championship when Nicolas Kiefer retired because of an ankle injury in the second game of their semifinal Friday. Roddick, the 2003 U.S. Open champion, is seeded No. 2 in the Australian Open. He will open Monday against qualifier Michael Lammers of Switzerland and says he’s concentrating on one Swiss rival at a time. last_img read more

first_imgA special tribute has been made by former colleagues to former Rosses Community School teacher CP O’Donnell who sadly passed away last year.CP O’Donnell known better as ‘Paddy Murray’ was a much loved, respected and revered teacher during his career at Rosses Community School. However, Paddy was best-known and loved for the passion and success he brought to the school’s soccer and GAA teams over the years.His infectious passion for the game rubbed off on you and Paddy had the ability to get the best out of every player regardless of his/her ability on the field.It was this skill that made him such a superb manager and mentor to people and resulted in years of success on the field for Rosses Community School.His colleagues on the FAIS committee have touchingly decided to honour Paddy’s memory by re-naming the Donegal first-year schools competition as the CP O’Donnell Memorial Cup. The final takes place this Friday, and it’s fitting that final is between Rosses Community School and St Eunan’s College.The game takes places almost to the day last year that Paddy 69, slipped away after a short illness.Paddy, a native of Mullaghduff was educated at St Eunan’s College and spent his entire professional career teaching in Rosses Community School.The final between Rosses CS and St Eunans College will take place tomorrow Friday 22nd in Maghery at 1pm.His son Mel O’Donnell, a primary school teacher at Kilmacrennan N.S. has followed in his father’s footsteps by being involved with various different sides at all age groups in schools football.Mel told Donegal Daily, “It’s a special tribute to dad who loved everything to do with sport, especially at schools level. “We would like to thank the FAIS committee in Donegal on behalf of our family for honouring dad in such a nice way.“Best of luck to both schools in the final.Coincidentally, the final will be played on the week of the 1st anniversary of his passing.Paddy was responsible for Rosses Community School’s finest hour on a football pitch when they captured the All-Ireland title in 1982. SPECIAL TRIBUTE MADE TO FORMER ROSSES TEACHER CP O’DONNELL was last modified: May 21st, 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:CP O’DonnellnewsPaddy Murrayrosses community schoolsoccerSportlast_img read more

first_imgJOB VACANCY: A reputable Donegal engineering company are currently looking to recruit a Receptionist/Office Administrator to join their innovative and dynamic team.Management at J.C. Engineering LTD, based in Cloghan, are on the hunt for an experienced administrator to join their workforce.JOB TITLE: Receptionist/Office Administrator  JOB REQUIREMENTS:Suitable candidates should have relevant experience in reception/office administration duties.Reliable, honest, diligent and hardworking.Please apply online by forwarding your CV to sales@jce.ieJOB VACANCY: DONEGAL ENGINEERING COMPANY LOOKING TO RECRUIT RECEPTIONIST was last modified: September 23rd, 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:jobsnewslast_img read more