Undermanned Ceres-Negros survived a late onslaught by Global Cebu to hack out a thrilling 4-3 win on Saturday night and extend its lead at the top of the Philippines Football League to nine points at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila.Stephan Schrock and Mike Ott struck two goals each as the Busmen grabbed maximum points sans injured key players Bienvenido Marañon and Manny Ott.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Busmen coach Risto Vidakovic gave Amani Aguinaldo a rare start and Ceres hardly looked troubled defensively in the first half, which ended 3-nil. But goalkeeper Toni Doblas had to leave the match due to an injury at halftime.Daryl Roberts pulled two goals back for Global early in the second half, before Mike Ott restored the two-goal cushion that allowed Ceres to win and be nine points up on Kaya-Iloilo. —CEDELF P. TUPASFEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown LATEST STORIES Close calls for Clutch, All-stars Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial View comments
MOST READ View comments Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Milwaukee used to have him.And he doesn’t figure into either franchise’s greatest single-game 3-point barrage.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissWith NBA records being set from 3-point range this season — Golden State’s Klay Thompson has already busted the mark for 3s in a game with 14, one more than the standard his fellow Warriors sharpshooter Stephen Curry established in 2016, the league is well on its way to making more shots from beyond the arc than ever before.The record, set last season, is 25,807. The NBA is on pace this season to make about 27,300 shots from 3-point land. Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Now, not even three full weeks into this season, five teams have broken their own franchise record for 3s in a game. The most recent entry into that club was Milwaukee, which connected on 22 3s — on 56 tries, as opposed to 39 from inside the arc — in its 144-109 win over Sacramento on Sunday. The Bucks used 13 players, with everyone trying at least one shot from 3-point range and 11 connecting on at least one triple.It was the second time this season the Bucks tried more 3s than 2s.Number of times in Bucks history that happened before this season? Zero.“We’ll just hopefully keep pushing that record, whatever it is,” Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer said. “See if we can get more. … Good for us to know that we’re pushing that envelope and we want to be great behind that 3-point line.”The Bucks aren’t alone in their quest for 3-point greatness.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew That’s a big change from recent years.Last season, teams over 100 won 62.2 percent of the time, and teams that didn’t score 100 won 20.8 percent of the time. A decade ago, those scoring 100 won at a 69.4 percent clip, and those not reaching the century mark won 30.8 percent of the time.THE WEEK AHEADA six-pack of games to watch this week …— Minnesota at L.A. Clippers, Monday: Jimmy Butler had the Clippers among those on his radar when this trade saga started.— Philadelphia at Indiana, Wednesday: Joel Embiid’s numbers are fantastic, but Myles Turner is another great young big guy.— Milwaukee at Golden State, Thursday: Bucks have been one of the season’s top early stories, and now get the ultimate test.— Boston at Utah, Friday: This will be Gordon Hayward’s 262nd time playing in Salt Lake City, and his first in a Celtics uniform.— Houston at San Antonio, Saturday: Spurs are 14-7 in last 21 with Rockets, and the teams play three times before Christmas.— Atlanta at L.A. Lakers, Sunday: Hawks rookie Kevin Huerter was LeBron James’ scrimmage teammate at a Nike camp in 2015. Boston, which has had 3-point stars like Larry Bird, Paul Pierce, Antoine Walker and Allen in its rich history, made a team-record 24 3-pointers last week against the Bucks. The Celtics came into this season with 19 3s in a game being their franchise mark; they’ve made 19 or more twice already this season.“We took what the defense gave us,” Celtics coach Brad Stevens said after the barrage of 24 3s.Fueled by Thompson’s 14 3s in Chicago, the Warriors set a team record that night with 24 makes from deep. Atlanta set a team mark with 22 3-pointers against Cleveland, and Utah connected on its record of 19 in a loss to Golden State.“This is the NBA right now,” Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said.Curry is shooting more 3s per game than ever, making more 3s per game than ever — and doing it more accurately than ever. He’s already made 59 3s through the Warriors’ first 10 games, and is shooting 51 percent from deep.Curry is fifth all-time in 3-pointers made with 2,188. Allen is the record-holder with 2,973, a mark Curry is on pace to get in about two years.MUST GET 100In this NBA, if a team doesn’t score 100 points, they’re not winning.Then again, getting to 100 doesn’t guarantee anything either.Teams that score 100 points or more are 134-99 this season, meaning they win 57.5 percent of the time. Those who don’t score 100 are 5-40, or winning 11.1 percent of the time. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry (30) shoots over Minnesota Timberwolves’ Gorgui Dieng (5) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)The best 3-point shooter who ever lived, at least in terms of volume, is Ray Allen.Boston used to have him.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew ON THE MOVENow that the Tyson Chandler buyout by the Phoenix Suns has been completed, he’s expected to be on the Los Angeles Lakers’ roster later this week once he clears waivers.Portland coach Terry Stotts, who was a Dallas assistant when Chandler was with the Maverick s, said it’ll be a good move for the Lakers.“I like Tyson Chandler,” Stotts said. “Great teammate, obviously that was a few years ago but he impacts the game at the defensive end. He’s a great locker room guy. … He’s all about winning. So, any team that has Tyson is going to be better for it.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Cavs sign Larry Drew to new coaching contract for rest of season Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title
United States Ambassador Deborah Malac has assured Liberians that her country remains committed to the long-lasting relationship between the two countries and will do its best to build a Liberia that is at peace with itself and its neighbors, and offers economic opportunity to all Liberian citizens.Making the commitment on July 3, 2014 at the Executive Pavilion during celebration of America’s 238th Independence, Ambassador Malac recalled that the partnership between Liberia and the United States is a long and enduring one that manifests itself in many ways, touching a broad range of activities.She mentioned electricity as one area of interest to the U.S. in terms of making it available in every part of Liberia.Considering Liberia’s past and acknowledging the need for collective efforts in building a nation that Liberians want, the US Ambassador noted that building a bright future is no easy task, but requires unity of effort, a shared vision and a commitment to the common good.“This does not mean that there must always be complete agreement on every policy decision — alternative or dissenting views can drive innovative solutions and are a necessary component of a vibrant democracy — but it does require public discourse marked by civility and respect. We can agree to disagree while continuing to work together in the best interests of the country,” she stressed.Furthermore, the US Diplomat stated “Another’s success or opportunity should not automatically unleash unfounded invective, but should serve as a model of what is possible to achieve through joint effort.”“The wheels of progress cannot turn forward if they are constantly blocked by the stones of pettiness and personal attack whose sole purpose is to prevent things from happening or to preserve political or personal advantage,” Ambassador Malac noted.She told the people of Liberia that sustainable, broad-based development and true economic prosperity do not happen overnight, but require sustained commitment and concentrated focus and lots of patience.She noted that the administration of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Liberia has made progress, but there is much more to do to deliver the promise and benefits of peace and prosperity to all Liberians.Recalling some areas where the United States Government has demonstrated its commitment to Liberia, the US Ambassador mentioned the 2nd session of U.S.-Liberia Partnership Dialogue, the visits of Counselor Tom Shannon and Deputy Secretary of State Heather Higginbottom, the selection of 15 young Liberians to participate in President Obama’s Young Leaders Initiative (YALI) summer fellowship program, and the invitation of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit scheduled for early August.The ambassador listed some activities through which the U.S. has previously demonstrated its commitment to Liberia. These include Liberia’s recognition as as one of only six Power Africa Initiative countries; the transfer of leadership of the new Armed Forces of Liberia to a Liberian officer corps; and new patrol boats for Liberia’s Coast Guard.There are also ongoing programs to support agriculture, education and healthcare delivery; the Center for Disease Control (CDC); and the Department of Defense and USAID assistance to GOL for Ebola response are other areas of commitment.President Sirleaf:Beginning with quotations of former U.S. Presidents, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf congratulated the people of the United States for their 238 years of existence as a nation and noted that it took sacrifices and commitment to reach where they are.She said as people who have experienced years of turbulence, Liberians are championing their own journey to freedom, noting, “If we have to succeed, we need to do what is right not only for ourselves but for the prosperity of all.”The President said the journey is not perhaps to sacrifice with blood but with sweat to make change possible. She added that for Liberians to succeed everyone must demonstrate commitment and be willing to give more and not less so that the next generation will be better.Liberia and the United States have remained deeply joined together in partnership and relationship over the long years of existence, she recalled, and expressed commitment to nurturing this bond through collaborations and partnership dialogue.President Sirleaf acknowledged that Liberia continues to benefit from U.S. gesture in areas of security, accountability and other essential needs to the country. She also counted on U.S. commitment to selecting Liberia as one of the power countries to be a welcoming development and called on that Government to live up to it to provide light to all parts of Liberia.The U.S. Independence Day celebration at the Executive Pavilion was attended by Government officials including the Chief Justice Francis Korkpor and members of the Judiciary, Senate President Pro-Tempore Gbehzohngar Findley, members of the House of Representatives, Ministers and heads of agencies and public corporations, and the Doyen and Members of the Diplomatic Corps.The United States of America gained its independence on July 4, 1776 with George Washington becoming its first President. The celebration in Liberia on July 3 is basically due to time difference between Liberia and that country.Liberia being five hours ahead in day light will be approaching the 5th of July when Americans are celebrating the anniversary on the 4th.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A clerk attached to DeSinco Trading Limited was on Friday granted bail in the sum of $330,000 by Magistrate Leron Daly after he was arraigned with 15 counts of fraud.Rawle Peters, 22, of Ardina Street, Georgetown, denied the charges after it was read to him when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.The court heard that between February 14 and March 28, 2018, he embezzled a total of $1,046,712 while being employed at the company’s Sheriff Street location.The attorney for the accused made an application for bail to be granted to his client in a reasonable sum but Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield objected to bail based on the seriousness of the offences.The father of two is expected to return to court on July 13.
Show/HidePeace RiverPreliminaryDraw 2 Game 1 Futsal – GirlsGirls 12-1411 – 1 Show/HidePeace RiverPreliminaryDraw 1 Game 1 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 3 Game 5 Hockey – Pee WeeBoys Pee Wee 11-12111 – 1 Futsal – BoysBoys 12-14110 – 4 Show/HidePeace RiverFinalDraw 4 Game 2GoldCurling – JuvenileJuvenile Male & Female18 – 4 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesFinalFinal (Bronze)BronzeFutsal – GirlsGirls 12-1414 – 3 Here are the final team results from the Northern BC Winter Games in Mackenzie Team MembersTeamResultForMedalSportEventPlaceScore Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 2 Game 3 Show/HidePeace River – Northern Rockies2FinalFinals Futsal – BoysBoys 12-14116 – 1 1 2 3 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryGame 6 Futsal – BoysBoys 12-1421 – 8 Swimming15 & Over 4×50 Medley Relay Female42:41.93 Swimming15 & Over 4×50 Free Relay Female42:17.85 – Advertisement – Futsal – GirlsGirls 12-1420 – 17 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryGame 11 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 2 Game 4 Curling – JuvenileJuvenile Male & Female110 – 0 Futsal – BoysBoys 12-14111 – 2 1 2 3 Hockey – Pee WeeBoys Pee Wee 11-1224 – 4 Swimming14 & Under 4×50 Free Relay Female62:26.39 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 1 Game 2 Show/HidePeace River – Northern RockiesFinalFinalsBronzeSwimming15 & Over 4×50 Medley Relay Female32:39.87 Futsal – GirlsGirls 12-1420 – 4 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryGame 2 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 1 Game 1 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 4 Game 7 Team MembersTeamResultForMedalSportEventPlaceScore Team MembersTeamResultForMedalSportEventPlaceScore Futsal – GirlsGirls 12-1424 – 9 Curling – JuvenileJuvenile Male & Female16 – 4 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 3 Game 5 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesFinalFinal (Gold)SilverFutsal – BoysBoys 12-1423 – 6 Hockey – Pee WeeBoys Pee Wee 11-1214 – 3 Show/HidePeace River – Northern Rockies1FinalFinalsBronzeSwimming15 & Over 4×50 Free Relay Female32:11.05 Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesPreliminaryRound 4 Game 8 Show/HidePeace River – Northern Rockies1FinalFinalsBronzeSwimming14 & Under 4×50 Free Relay Female32:15.23 Show/HidePeace River – Northern RockiesFinalFinalsGoldSwimming14 & Under 4×50 Free Relay Male12:36.78 1 2 3 Show/HidePeace River – Northern RockiesFinalFinals Show/HidePeace River – Northern RockiesFinalFinalsGoldSwimming14 & Under 4×50 Medley Relay Male13:03.58 Show/HidePeace River – Norther Rockies2FinalFinals Show/HidePeace River-Northern RockiesFinalFinal (Bronze)BronzeHockey – Pee WeeBoys Pee Wee 11-12111 – 1
The Mojave River League has been strong in recent years, arguably the toughest league in the county. But on Saturday at Carter the MRL really hit the jackpot. Sultana put five wrestlers into the CIF-State championships on Friday and Saturday in Bakersfield. Hesperia advanced four. Going from Sultana are Erik Baker (135), Cody Bollinger (140), Jarrod Brooksher (145), Eli McWatters (160) and Zac Sweeney (215). Wrestling has been strong in the High Desert for a long time, dating back at least to 1987 when Dan Henderson led the Jackrabbits to the CIF-State title. Henderson further made a name for himself as a two-time U.S. Olympic Greco-Roman wrestler and as an Ultimate Fighter. Advancing from Hesperia are Daniel Gudino (130), Dominick Reyes (171), Justin Correa (189) and Ryan Hoover (275). Obviously, the talent is concentrated in the city of Hesperia, where excellent youth programs exist. “The kids work hard and we have good coaches,” Sultana athletic director Pete Delagardelle said. “They spend a lot of time and there are good age-group programs that the kids participate in. It gives them a good base.” All five Sultans going to state wrestled for No Limit Wrestling. The program was previously called the Outlaw Wrestling Club, but was changed at the request of the Sultana administration. Before that it was the Jet Wrestling Club, a group many of the Sultans belonged to as kids. Baker said at the CIF-Southern Section Eastern Division meet that McWatters, as a kid, talked him into wrestling for the Jets. The dominance of the Sultans and Scorpions has Hesperians enthused. “We’re excited,” Sultana coach Rockey Humphrey said of getting five wrestlers to state. “The High Desert had kind of fallen off the face of the Earth since 1987 when Victor Valley won the state title. But this shows that wrestling is big in the High Desert again.” Humphrey may be overstating things when he says “fallen off the face of the Earth.” The Hesperia teams have always been formidable and Apple Valley was outstanding under coach Frank Pulice, who resigned from his wrestling post several years ago to concentrate on football. In recent memory, the area has not produced such a bonanza of quality wrestlers. Could that mean that either team has a chance to bring home a state title, a la Victor Valley in ’87? “We’d have to be almost flawless,” said Humphrey, a 1992 Hesperia graduate. “Poway has qualified its entire team, all 14 of its wrestlers. Buchanan, from the Central Section, has qualfied 11. Vacaville has qualified 12. We’d have to be pretty outstanding.” COWBOY UP Two Cajon wrestlers, Jesse Moreno (135 pounds) and Alfonso “Chops” Hernandez (130) are also headed for the CIF-State wrestling championships after their fine showing at CIF-Masters last week. Moreno and Hernandez have been working out every day at Cajon, wrestling with assistant coach Joe Castro and former Cowboy wrestler Sean Pease, said Al Castro, a Cowboy assistant and father of Joe. The Cajon contingent plans to leave for Bakersfield on Thursday. SORENSEN DELIBERATING Colton defensive back/wideout Daniel Sorensen is thinking over a football scholarship offer from Brigham Young University. Sorensen last Tuesday told TotalBlueSports.net that he was going to orally commit to BYU on Wednesday. But after talking over the situation with Colton coach Harold Strauss, Sorensen decided to wait to meet the BYU coaches in person, said Roxann Sorensen, mother of the player, to The Sun. Roxann also indicated there is a good chance Sorensen will eventually commit to BYU. Strauss said last week that Sorensen will probably visit BYU at spring break or for BYU Junior Day in June. Both Sorensen and defensive end/tight end Damien Holmes also received scholarship offers from Duke University last week. They had previously received offers from the University of Mississippi. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Hasenhuettl admitted to blocking hotel Wi-Fi during away trips while in charge of former club RB Leipzig.“I think it’s something you have to force actively against and I will do this,” he said at his pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday’s Premier League trip to Brighton.“I did it in my last club, we had also problems with players, they were playing until three o’clock in the morning before a game.“You have to be active and to help protect them because it’s not a small problem because if you are honest it’s the same as alcoholism or getting addicted to drugs.”Hasenhuettl feels it would be easier to tackle video-game addiction if it were seen as an illness but does not believe any of his Saints squad currently have serious problems with gaming.“In my own squad, at the moment no,” he said. “But you can be sure that I’m always in contact with my captain or with a few players to speak about them.”“As long as it’s not officially for the government an illness, then we have to protect them in our way,” he added.“If it would be an illness then it would be easy for the government to say the companies have to give a block after three hours, for example, that they cannot play this game any more.“I will be active always in this direction because I have to protect them and also outside the pitch and that means for 24 hours I have to look at them and that’s what I will do.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Southampton’s Austrian manager Ralph Hasenhuettl © AFP/File / OLLY GREENWOODLONDON, United Kingdom, Mar 28 – Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuettl has compared the habit of spending excessive amounts of time playing video games to alcoholism and drug addiction, saying footballers need protection.The Austrian was speaking after an anonymous English Football League player revealed lengthy gaming sessions were threatening to ruin his career.
John Terry admits he’s desperate to stay at Chelsea – but claims no talks have begun about a new deal.The Blues’ policy for players over 30 is to offer one-year contract extensions and the skipper is entering the final few months of his present deal.The 34-year-old captain wants to play as much as possible and continue a Chelsea career which began as a teenager and hopes, now Eden Hazard has been given a contract extension until 2021, the club will begin negotiations with him.“No talks have happened yet between myself and the club,” Terry said. “The club know my position. Hopefully I know theirs and it will get done.“I think we both respect the position – there are a lot more important players.“Hazard has just been done and for me, that’s the most important for the club.“Without them even telling me, I know that’s the first priority for them. Hopefully, they will be knocking on the door soon.”Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole were allowed to leave last summer at the end of their contracts, but Terry signed a new deal hours after the season – Jose Mourinho’s first of his second spell as boss – closed.Terry was anxious last term, but will be less so if Chelsea wait over his deal again this season, particularly as Mourinho wants him to stay.He added: “I was maybe a little bit nervous. I was edgy. (But) we have had a good chat. I know their position, they know mine.“I want to stay. Hopefully my performances are showing that and they can keep me.“I will be happy to get one more year and then see how it goes. I am taking it year by year – I haven’t got much choice.”Terry does not just want to stay at Chelsea, but play, insisting he does not need a rest despite playing nearly every game for the Blues this term.“I don’t want it (a rest),” he said.“I am coming toward the end of my career so it’s important I’m playing as much as I can and stay fit.”Another of Chelsea’s distinguished players of the last decade could depart this summer.Since Thibaut Courtois returned from his three-year loan at Atletico Madrid as number one, there has been speculation Petr Cech will leave Stamford Bridge.And Chelsea could be forced to sell the 32-year-old, signed from Rennes in 2004, in the summer, when he will enter the final 12 months of his current contract.“He is good enough to play for anyone,” Terry added.“He’s been worth 10, 12 points to us every season. I have not spoken to him about it (what Cech will do in the summer).“He still has a lot to give and is fighting for his place, which is great. He’s not just given up and said, ‘The place is yours, Thibaut’.“When he’s come in he’s been brilliant and given the manager food for thought.” 1
Competition Results:The big competition this week was the July monthly medal played on Sunday. The winner, with a tremendous score of 62, and playing off a handicap of 18, was Willie Wilkin. In second place was, another man on form, Fergus Mullen with a score of 64. Paul Kelly won the gross with a 74 while third place went to John McNulty. In the Saturday Open Singles Stableford competition, Andy Murray came out on top in very difficult conditions with a score of 37 points. David Lapsley was second with 35 points. The winner of the gross prize for a second day over the weekend was Paul Kelly while Neil McGinley finished in third.In the Wednesday open competition and, keeping it in the Wilkin family, Evan Wilkin was the winner on 38 points. Joe Langan was second on the 36 points.Results Wednesday Open – 29 th June 20161 st Evan Wilkin (23) 38pts2 nd Joe Langan (19) 36ptsOpen Single Stableford – 2 nd July 20161 st Andy Murray (13) 37pts2 nd David Lapsley (12) 35ptsGross Paul Kelly (7) 28 Gross pts 3 rd Neil McGinley (14) 35pts botJuly Medal – 3 rd July 20161 st Willie Wilkin (18) 622 nd Fergus Mullen (16) 64 Gross Paul Kelly (7) 743 rd John McNulty (13) 65Category Liam McBride (24) 731 st 9 Paul Burton (11) 30.52 nd 9 Anthony Gallagher (16)34Events for the Week Ahead:Wednesday Gents Open Single S/FFriday Scramble 6.30PMSaturday Gents Open Single S/FSunday Centenary Cup GOYThe Vardon LoungeThe Vardon Lounge is now open full time.Food will be served Wednesday to Sunday 12pm-8pm with daily special offers available.Sponsored walkDon’t forget that our sponsored walk takes place this Sunday the 10th July at 1.30pm.Registration will take place from 12.30pm to 1.30pm. Thank you to all the members who have already returned their sponsor cards. Can I ask the members who have not returned their cards to do so by the due date please. All cards must be returned to the Ladies Treasurer.Any card returned with €50.00 or more will be entered into a draw for a €100.00 GUI voucher. This draw will be made on the day of the walk.Function Room for Private PartiesWe have hosted a number of private functions in the clubhouse recently and these have proved to be a great success. If you, or someone you know, is organising a private function please be aware that the clubhouse is available free of charge, with exclusive use for the occasion. So far, the feedback that we have been getting is that the golf club is the ideal venue for parties of up to one hundred people. Please make contact with Sarah if you are interested in holding a function at the clubhouse (074 91 36335)DUNFANAGHY GOLF CLUB CONGRATULATE COMPETITION WINNERS was last modified: July 5th, 2016 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:DUNFANAGHY GOLF CLUB NOTES