Bridgeport High advanced to the semi-finals of the ISSA-FLOW Walker Cup knockout competition with an easy commanding 2-0 win over Denham Town High at the Constant Spring Complex yesterday. Shane Moodie sealed the victory in the 90th minute with a brilliant goal after Javaughn Dunn had headed the Portmore-based school in the lead in the 40th minute. Moodie’s goal was one of the best seen in urban area schoolboy football this season. He made a good run down the left before controlling a peach of a cross from Ronaldo Banks on his chest. He then struck a ferocious volley which rocketed into the roof of the Denham Town net to end the game in style. It was the midfielder’s second goal of the season. “So far, I have scored two goals; this one is very special because I helped to send the team to the semi-finals in the Walker Cup, so this is a blessing to score on this day,” he said. Winning coach Garnett Lawrence was elated with the victory. “It wasn’t one of our best games of the season, but when you come to a knockout, it’s a knockout, so we give God thanks for the victory, and we will just press on for the next game,” he said. Meanwhile, Denham Town’s coach Andrew Edwards said his team “deviated from our game and paid the price”.
Don’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.Advertisement
Donegal County Council has issued its planned restrictions to water supplies for the county for tonight, Thursday, and early tomorrow, Friday. Planned Restrictions to public water supplies (Thursday 30th December 2010) Demand for water has increased throughout the County seriously affecting reserves. As a result water supply will be restricted in the following areas tonight, note some from as early as tea-time: Whilst these are planned shut downs to conserve water – the public are reminded that other areas may be interrupted at anytime to facilitate repairs to mainsGLENTIES ELECTORAL AREAWater supplies will be restricted in the following areas from 6:00pm until 8:00amThe RossesGweedoreLeittermacaward AreaArdara AreaGortahork FalcarraghCreeslough Dunfanaghey DONEGAL ELECTORAL AREAWater supplies will be restricted in the following areas from 6:00pm until 8:00am BallyshannonBundoranBallintraRossnowlaghFrosses Mountcharles STRANORLAR ELECTORAL AREAWater supplies will be restricted in the following areas from 6:00pm until 8:00am ConvoyCastlefinRaphoeLiffordBallinacorTievebrackGleneely Ballybofey and Stranorlar – supply will also be turned off to the Twin Townsfrom midnight until 8.00am each night INISHOWEN ELECTORAL AREAWater supplies will be restricted in the following areas from 8:00pm until 8:00am Three Glens There may be interruptions in the Quigley’s Point / Iskaheen areas wheredemand remains very high.Water Service staff continue to check locally for losses. That said there ispresently no planned restrictions to supplies in that area overnight. LETTERKENNY ELECTORAL AREAWater supplies will be restricted in the following areas South Letterkenny Area from 8:00pm until 8:00amincluding Rahan, Ballyboe, Scibley, Lismonaghan, Correnagh, Rockhill,Newmills and Conwall The following areas of Letterkenny from 8:00pm until 8:00amGlencar Road, Pearse Road, Canal Road, Neil T. Blaney Road andGlenmaquinn The following areas of Letterkenny Town from midnight until 8:00amLetterkenny Town CentreLower Main Street Ballyraine Area from midnight until 8:00amincluding Sylvan Park, Ashlawn, Ballyraine Park, Orchard Grove,Thorndale, Magherannan Heights and Elmwood Downs Aughnagaddy Group Scheme Ramelton from 8:00pm until 8:00amincluding Moorfield, Breaghy and Carnisk Areas East Ramelton from 8:00pm until 8:00am including supply area from Killycrean reservoir Water Conservation Appeal The important message here is that we wish to continue our appeal to the public to help eliminate wastage and conserve water we are seeking key holders of all types of properties where water may be lost to return and check for lossesThe Council are very actively involved throughout the county responding to bursts on watermains, however the sooner we get that level of buy-in from the public the sooner we can reduce the exceptional demand for water and return to normality We suspect the increased demand for water arises fromtaps left runningburst mains which have not yet been locatedleakage in private propertiesThe Water Service in Donegal wish to appeal to the public to help us eliminate such wastage. This will help save water stored in reservoirs and avoid further shortages throughout the county .With the experience from the widespread disruption last winter we are highlighting the following areas in particular where the public can help eliminate wastage of the public water supply:Running taps – please avoid leaving taps running. This is counter productive and will run down available water in storageBurst mains / leakage – any suspected leaks on watermains or wastage should be reported to the County Council at your local public services centre. Vacant properties – please continue to check vacant properties where internal plumbing may be damaged by freezing conditions. Ideally the water supply to vacant buildings should be turned off and systems drained of all water, e.g. where members of the public who are going on holiday during the coming months, we would recommend that they turn off the water supply to their premises and drain all water out of the system before leaving the property.Farming Community – we ask that you check all field connections and turn off leaking drinking troughs. This has proven to be a serious problem in rural areas in recent years. We also ask for your assistance in checking for burst pipes in farm buildings and burst hoses laying over ground. Essentially anywhere on the farm that water may be lostCaravan Parks – another area that is often remote where plumbing may be exposed and water losses can be slow to appear, we appeal to all caravan park owners to turn off the water supply to eliminate wastage.Once again the co-operation of every community is required if we are to avert widespread shortages in water supplies. DONEGAL WATER SUPPLY DISRUPTION LIST FOR THURSDAY PM/FRIDAY AM was last modified: December 30th, 2010 by gregShare 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)