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first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Dec. 21, 2016) – Highly regarded Lightstream will step out for the first time in her six race career with new California connections backing her. Prominent So Cal owners, Little Red Feather Racing, have recently bought a share in the Florida-based filly by Harlan’s Holiday, who could very likely go off as the favorite over hometown hero, Enola Gray, in the 45th running of the Grade I, $300,000 La Brea Stakes for 3-year-old fillies on Dec. 26.A winner of the Grade II Raven Run Stakes at Keeneland on Oct. 22, Lightstream has never run out of the money, even in her last three graded stakes attempts. Trained by Brian Lynch, Lightstream was a second place finisher in the Grade I Test at Saratoga on Aug. 6 and ran third in the Grade I Mother Goose at Belmont on July 2. Julien Leparoux, aboard for her first two races, and also her most recent victory, will travel west and once again have the mount.Lightstream is owned by Up Hill Stable, Head of Plains Partners, LLC and Little Red Feather Racing. In six career races she has amassed earnings of $457,000.Enola Gray will have a new rider Monday at Santa Anita Park. The 3-year-old filly will gain Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith for the first time in six career outings.Bred in California by owner Nick Alexander, Enola Gray has been on everyone’s list since an impressive 16 ¼ lengths win in her first ever outing, a six and-a-half furlong maiden special weight at Santa Anita on April 10. Since then, the Phil D’Amato trained filly by Grazen hasn’t run worse than second. A winner of three ungraded stakes earlier in the year – the Melair on May 28, the Fleet Treat on July 22 and the California Distaff Handicap down the hillside turf course on Oct 15, “Gray” will take a shot at her first-ever added money attempt in the La Brea.The field, including jockeys and weights for the Grade I La Brea                 Race 7 – Approximate post time: 3 p.m. Lunar Empress, Norberto Arroyo, Jr., 119 Lightstream, Julien Leparoux, 121Finley’sluckycharm, Brain Hernandez, Jr., 119Constellation, David Flores, 119Coniah, Tyler Baze, 119Chao Chom, Kent Desormeaux, 119 Enola Gray, Mike Smith, 119Perfect Pic, Santiago Gonzalez, 119last_img read more

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first_imgMotorists caught drinking and driving or speeding excessively are going to be facing new, harsher penalties in B.C.Changes to the Motor Vehicle Act came into effect Monday in the province. Drivers caught with a blood alcohol content between 0.05 and 0.08 per cent face a three-day ban and a $200 fine for their first offence.- Advertisement -If motorists are caught a second time in a five-year period, the fine is increased to $300 and drivers can face a seven-day driving suspension.However, the harshest penalties are given to drivers who blow over the 0.08 per cent limit or who refuse to take a breathalyzer test.Those drivers face a 90 day driving suspension, a $500 fine and possible criminal charges. In addition, their cars will be impounded for 30 days.Further changes to the MVA state that drivers caught going 40 km/h or more over the posted speed limit face having their vehicles impounded for seven days. As well, they can face any current fines and penalty points outlined in the Act.Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img0Shares0000Barcelona’s Lionel Messi celebrates after scoring during their Spanish La Liga match against Villarreal, at La Ceramica stadium in Vila-real, on December 10, 2017 © AFP/File / JOSE JORDANMADRID, Spain, Dec 15 – Real Madrid’s Club World Cup commitments mean Barcelona, Valencia and Atletico Madrid have a huge chance to put even more distance between themselves and the European champions this weekend.Basque rivals Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad face off at San Mames, while newly promoted Girona and Getafe have the chance to move into the top six. Here, AFP Sports looks at five things to watch for this weekend in La Liga:Barca’s big pre-Clasico chanceIf they dispose of Deportivo la Coruna at the Camp Nou on Sunday, Barca will take a commanding 11-point lead over Real.Next weekend, Barca travel to the Santiago Bernabeu as the Catalans and Real Madrid end their year with El Clasico.Even with a game in hand to come, Madrid have never overcome such a deficit to win the league and to remain in the title race would realistically need to inflict Barca’s first defeat since they last visited the Bernabeu back in August to win the Spanish Super Cup.Suarez back in businessFurther aiding Barca’s bid to regain the title is Luis Suarez’s return to form after a poor start to the season.Suarez struggled for both form and fitness after rushing back from a knee injury suffered as Barca fell to Madrid in the Super Cup.However, the Uruguayan has scored in his last two outings against Celta Vigo and Villarreal with the latter strike in particular displaying the touch and speed of movement of Suarez at his best.Deportivo also tend to bring the best out of the former Liverpool striker as he has netted six times in his last three meetings against the Galicians.Bleak times in the Basque countryAthletic and Sociedad are both in need of some festive cheer in the midst of hugely disappointing campaigns so far only propped up by progress to the last 32 of the Europa League.Both sides have just two league wins each since mid-September and were dumped out of the Copa del Rey by third tier opposition in Formentera and Lleida Esportiu.However, with just six points separating sixth from 17th in the table, European ambitions for next season are still a realistic goal for the Basque teams if squads boasting the talents of Spanish internationals Kepa Arrizabalaga, Inaki Williams, Aritz Aduriz, Asier Illarramendi and Alvaro Odriozola start playing to their potential.From second tier to top sixWith Girona hosting Getafe before Villarreal’s trip to Celta Vigo on Sunday, a win for either side will take them into the top six for a few hours at least despite having two of the five smallest budgets in the division.“Money isn’t everything, with humility Girona are competing very well,” said Girona boss Pablo Machin after Monday’s 1-0 win at Espanyol.In their first ever season in the top flight, Girona’s tiny budget on paper is aided by Manchester City’s part ownership of the Catalans with five players on loan from the Premier League leaders.After bouncing straight back after relegation, Getafe have learned from mistakes made during their 12-year stay in La Liga between 2004 and 2016 with crowds up at the Alfonso Perez Coliseum and Jose Bordalas building a side that caused even Barca and Madrid problems and inflicted Valencia’s only defeat of the season.Alaves threaten Atletico chargeEnd 2017 strongly and Atletico could be very much in the title race come the new year with nearly 100 million euros of talent in Diego Costa and Vitolo finally freed up to play from January.Victory over Alaves in their final home game of the year on Saturday will see Diego Simeone’s men sleep just three points off the top and open up a five-point lead over city rivals Real.However, despite still languishing in the relegation zone, Alaves pose a more potent threat with Abelardo Fernandez in charge, who has masterminded two wins from two since being named the Basques’ third coach of the season.Fixtures Friday (11pm)Sevilla v LevanteSaturdayAthletic Bilbao v Real Sociedad (8:15pm), Eibar v Valencia (8:30pm), Atletico Madrid v Alaves (10:45pm)SundayGirona v Getafe (2pm), Celta Vigo v Villarreal (6:15pm), Las Palmas v Espanyol (8:30pm), Barcelona v Deportivo la Coruna (10:45pm)MondayMalaga v Real Betis (11pm)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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first_imgThe city isn’t motivated by pure altruism of course. It’s a simple reality that in the event of a major natural disaster there won’t be enough paramedics, firefighters and police to cope. So local residents will be on their own for an undetermined length of time and it could be a thirsty wait without an emergency water supply stashed away. The message: Those who aren’t prepared will become a burden. “If businesses are prepared, if residents are prepared, it eases the ability for us as a government agency to move into recovery (mode),” said Brian Sunshine, assistant to the city manager. “We’re trying to encourage our residents and businesses to be prepared for a minimum of five days” without outside help. Erik Pounders, a geologist with the U.S. Geologic Survey who will give one-hour talks at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on “Earthquake Awareness,” is a little more blunt. “Your survival is up to you,” he said. “We’re so used to being taken care of that when some major disaster happens that’s beyond the control of anyone, people just expect someone is going to take care of them and it’s just not possible.” The San Andreas Fault has, on average, a large earthquake every 150 years, Pounders said. The last one occurred 320 years ago. The looming likelihood of a devastating earthquake at any moment on a fault that Southern California’s water and power lines cross has prompted the organization of a massive disaster drill scheduled for 10 a.m. Nov. 13, 2008. “The goal is to have everybody in Southern California participate,” Pounders said. “All the schools are going to have this drill at 10 a.m. on this date. We’re trying to get businesses involved. In Japan they do this every year.” Awareness is the key to disaster preparation, of course. Which is why the Expo will boast an earthquake simulator nicknamed the Quake Cottage. And why local police departments will show off such toys as a recently acquired armored vehicle dubbed the BearCat and Torrance’s 40-foot-long mobile command vehicle. Matsuda, who preaches disaster readiness, said her family is prepared for the worst. “We’ve got enough water to support us for five days,” said Matsuda, who has a 1-year-old child and is married to a Torrance police officer. “I’m very much like the Torrance community: I’m taking small measures week by week to better my preparedness situation. “It’s not perfect, but if I do a little at a time, I will be a great example to the community.” nick.green@dailybreeze.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Nick Green STAFF WRITER A massive earthquake inflicting catastrophic damage that overwhelms emergency services and cuts off supplies of food and water is something few South Bay residents want to contemplate. So people don’t prepare for that possibility, said Kristin Matsuda, a member of the city of Torrance’s Disaster Council. “It’s an issue that’s tough to get people to deal with,” she said. “Because you would just rather assume it’s not going to happen and if it is going to happen it’s not going to happen to me.” In hopes of changing that head-in-the-sand attitude, the city of Torrance is sponsoring a “Disaster Preparedness Expo” on Saturday at the Civic Center during what is Disaster Preparedness Month. A geologist from the U.S. Geological Survey will explain why residents – and businesses – of the Los Angeles Basin should prepare for a long-overdue massive earthquake. Vendors will be on hand selling everything from fire extinguishers to “The Ultimate Home Inventory Guide.” And more than 35 government agencies, nonprofit groups and companies will staff booths and provide demonstrations on how to survive a natural disaster. last_img read more

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first_imgThe transfer window opens on July 1, but already clubs have been busy in a bid to get their business done early.Manchester United finally completed the signing of Memphis Depay on Friday, while Liverpool have moved to snap up James Milner, Danny Ings and Adam Bogdan.There have also been new managerial appointments in the Premier League at West Ham and Newcastle, so talkSPORT has put together 10 questions to see how much you have been following all the transfer news.About | Privacy | Terms 1 Play the talkSPORT transfer quiz last_img read more

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first_imgLiverpool winger Lazar Markovic is set to sign for Turkish side Fenerbahce on a season-long loan.The Serbian international joined the Reds for £20m last summer from Benfica, but endured an inconsistent debut season in the Premier League which cultivated just two goals.Markovic has found his first-team opportunities reduced this summer after a series of high profile arrivals at Anfield and hasn’t featured in any of Liverpool’s three matchday squads so far this season.The 21-year-old has reportedly flown to Istanbul to finalise his move, where he will join up with fellow Premier League exports Robin van Persie and Nani at the Turkish Superliga outfit.Despite his temporary departure, it is understood Reds’ manager Brendan Rodgers still views him as part of his long-term plans and eyes the move as a way of establishing himself on his return to the club. 1 Lazar Markovic last_img read more

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first_imgA leading tax expert has said that 70% of Donegal workers are overpaying on their taxes.Michael Coll from Letterkenny-based company The Tax Clinic is advising PAYE workers that they could well be paying more tax than they should, but the good news is that it can be claimed back.Michael explains that after the toughest budget in history everybody has been hit with the introduction of the new universal social charge and the cutting of tax credits. But people out there must realise that there are millions and millions of euro that can be claimed back!“The average refund we’ve been claiming for our clients is about €880 and the highest refund we’ve gotten has been €17,500 for a young couple from Killybegs.“Many people are confused about what they are entitled to, but our website is full of useful easy to understand information on what is available to claim.“For example if you held a full medical card for any period in either 2009 or 2010 you should not have paid the Income Levy and you are entitled to claim it all back,” he said. Mr. Coll says it is important that taxpayers realise that you can claim tax back for up to four years so if you haven’t claimed for a few years it’s still not too late.For further details contact www.thetaxclinic.ieEndsUP TO 70% OF DONEGAL WORKERS PAYING TOO MUCH – TAX EXPERT was last modified: March 23rd, 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)last_img read more

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first_imgThe Government’s failure to resource Gardaí to tackle serious computer and cyber crime is shocking, says Pádraig Mac Lochlainn TD.The Donegal Deputy raised the issue of charges being dropped against serious sex offenders in the Dáil 18 months ago.Now Sinn Féin Justice Spokesperson has described revelations in the Garda Inspectorate Report Changing Policing in Ireland, that there is no cyber crime unit in An Garda Síochána as a shocking ongoing failure. Deputy Mac Lochlainn has also expressed grave concern over the serious backlog in the Computer Crime Investigation Unit in analysing computers and other technology, that has led to serious charges against alleged sex offenders and other alleged serious criminals being dropped.Deputy Mac Lochlainn raised his serious concerns about this failure, in the Dáil, directly with the Minister for Justice, Frances Fitzgerald, 18 months ago. He was assured that the matter was being urgently reviewed and addressed on behalf of the Minister by the then Acting Garda Commissioner.Deputy Mac Lochlainn said “The Garda Inspectorate’s report has shone a light on a wide range of serious failings within An Garda Síochána. Surely at the top of that list is the failure to adequately resource the Computer Crime Investigation Unit of An Garda Síochána and the revelation that in the year 2015, there is no cyber crime unit established.“18 months ago, I raised my serious concerns about the huge backlog in case work within the Computer Crime Investigation Unit with Minister Fitzgerald in the Dáil chamber. I was assured that the issues I raised were receiving the urgent attention of the Minister and senior Gardaí. “I am now calling on Minister Fitzgerald to make a statement clarifying what progress has been made since it was revealed that the backlog in cases being examined by the unit was over 1000, and that alleged sex offenders and other alleged serious criminals were having charges dropped against them. What is the current backlog? Has the Computer Crime Investigation Unit been provided with the modern equipment they require to analyse encrypted computers? Why has An Garda Síochána not established a dedicated cyber crime unit considering that this is considered to be the biggest threat to state security across the globe?“All of these questions must be answered and answered immediately.”FAILURE TO TACKLE COMPUTER AND CYBER CRIME IS SHOCKING – MacLOCHLAINN was last modified: December 10th, 2015 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:cyber crimedonegalGardaiPADRAIG MACLOCHLAINNResourceslast_img read more

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first_imgPictured outside ‘Ray’s Loaded Lunches’ on Rock Street, were, from left: Kathleen O’Halloran, Ray Duffy and Phillip Moore. Photo by Gavin O’Connor.Ballyshannon native Ray Duffy who currently resides in Tralee says ‘he can’t lose’ when Donegal clash with Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC final later this month.Ray has been living in Kerry for over twenty years after initially planning to stay for just six months.Ray told traleetoday.ie, “I only planned on staying in Kerry for six months, but I fell in love with the place, and it’s my home now. “I think Donegal and Kerry are very similar places, their both beautiful places, and the people are very friendly in both counties.Ray admitted that whatever the outcome in the All-Ireland SFC final on the 21st of September, he’ll be a happy man.“The way I look at it, I can’t lose. I’ll be happy for my sons and my wife if Kerry win the All-Ireland.“My oldest son Brad came with me to the 2012 final to see Donegal win. The deal was the next time Kerry were in the All-Ireland I’d go watch Kerry, so I’m as good as my word. Ray, who owns his own sandwich company Ray’s Loaded Lunches’, admitted he has enjoyed great banter with locals who have visited his café over the last few weeks.“Kerry fans have been very enjoyable over the last couple of weeks and there have been no hard feelings.“Once Donegal beat the Dubs everyone was delighted!“It’s just great that Donegal have been playing well these last few years because there was a long time where we were in doldrums.Ray said defeating the Dubs in the semi-final will be hard to top, because Donegal were given absolutely no chance. “I think as far as this year goes, nothing will beat knocking out the Dubs. We were such underdogs, we weren’t given a chance in both the minor and senior games, so to come out with two wins was fantastic.“Kerry getting to the final is a great boost to the economy here as well. Everyone is cheerful and looking forward to the final, but we could do with a bit more bunting around the place.Despite living in Kerry for over twenty years, Ray hasn’t changed his colours, when pressed for a prediction he confidently went for a three-point Donegal win.“If I had to make a prediction, I think Donegal will win by three, but a point will do! “Donegal are further down the line now. Jim McGuiness is slightly more experienced than Eamonn Fitzmaurice. Kerry are the team of the future, but Donegal are the team of the now.COUNTDOWN TO CROKER: DONEGAL MAN LIVING IN KERRY SAYS “HE CAN’T LOSE” was last modified: September 10th, 2014 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:Countdown to CrokerdonegalFeaturesKerrynewsSportlast_img read more

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first_imgLetterkenny U18’s unbeaten run came to an end in the cruellest of fashion on Saturday last when Armagh came away with a slender 11-8 victory in a very entertaining and exciting league cup final in Magherafelt. Letterkenny played more rugby but Armagh managed the game much better and had more “big game” experienced players on the pitch and this was the difference in a match where a single penalty kick separated the teams at the final whistle.The Armagh team on display was a much improved outfit from the last time these teams met in the league. The addition of the former Ulster coach Brian McLaughlin to the Armagh coaching entourage was also evident from the off. Letterkenny started the game in a very tentative fashion and allowed Armagh on the front foot from the start. Within 10 minutes Armagh had registered the first score of the game with a well worked try from an attaching scrum on the Letterkeny 22. Barry Finn, the Armagh number 8 and captain, picked and went blind. The Letterkenny blind side was very slow to react and winger Oisin Toal had to commit to the tackle leaving Finn an easy off load to his winger to score in the corner. The conversion was missed by the usually reliable Cormac Fox at out half.Letterkenny then got into the game from the restart with Joseph Dunleavy causing havoc in the Armagh defence and wining a penalty. From the resultant line out Letterkenny sent Daragh Taol on the attack and he was once again well supported by Dunleavy. Matthew Faulkner came in from outside centre to take quick ball and fix the Armagh defence before finding Daniel Faulkner on the loop.The powerful first centre then beat the covering defence to put Kevin Grant away in the corner for a very well worked score. The conversion was missed by Peter Scott to leave the game level with 15 minutes on the clock.Armagh then came thundering back at Letterkenny using their tight forwards to make inroads and draw two penalties in mid field for not rolling away. The referee then made the first of numerous strange decisions when he formally warned Letterkenny that the next penalty would draw a yellow card. Joeseph Dunleavy then made a thundering tackle on the Armagh prop, clearly released before going for the ball to be immediately blown for a penalty followed with gusto by a yellow card. Armagh then went for the jugular from the resultant line out well aware that Letterkenny had lost their best forward for seven minutes. Letterkenny then produced the bravest of defences by holding Armagh out and finally getting a penalty to relieve the pressure. Team captain Daniel Faulkner, leading by example, produced a series of plays and caries to take his team back into the Armagh half.He then chipped to the corner and followed up with a great tackle wining a penalty for not releasing. Peter Scott made no mistake with the boot to level the scores at 8 apiece. Dunleavy then re-joined the fray but was mindful of the fact that he could not take another yellow, leading to red. Letterkenny finished the half much stronger and were unlucky not to capitalise on line breaks by Matthew Faulkner and Daniel Faulkner when the ball was knocked on by the supporting player on both occasions.Letterkenny were playing into the wind in the second half and were forced to keep the ball in hand. This suited their style of play and it wasn’t long until Louis Carson was causing real difficulty to the Armagh defence after his introduction at half time. He was well supported by Connon Cannon upon his introduction followed by James Roulston. The fresh legs to the Letterkeny pack were significant as Armagh began to tire.Letterkenny were now dominating territory and possession but could not find a way through a very resolute Armagh defence. Numerous mistakes, some forced and some unforced, allowed the Armagh forwards turn over ball after ball and the boot of Fox was used to great effect to relieve the pressure.In what was their only concerted play in the Letterkenny half Armagh were awarded a penalty at the breakdown and Fox scored an excellent 3 pointer from near the half way line. Letterkenny again upped their efforts thanks to a great outside break by Matthew Faulkner but he had no one in support when he looked for the off load on the inside. Dunleavy, Carson and Ward continued the charge with a series of memorable carries but the supporting forwards were a little slow in getting there and this resulted in poor ball protection allowing Armagh turn the ball over once again. Then came the real turning point of the game when Armagh were eventually warned that a yellow card would be produced after six consecutive penalties near the 22. Three of these penalties were conceded by their best forward Barry Finn yet he escaped, unlike Dunleavy in the first half. The warning came only after three attempts by the Letterkenny captain to get the referee to take action.In a remarkable show of game management Armagh immediately substituted one of their props who was tiring. His replacement immediately conceded a penalty and received the yellow card. (It was interesting to note that Armagh then tried to send back the original prop after the seven minute sin bin was over. This “oversight” had to be brought to the referees attention by the Letterkenny coach.) With the numerical advantage Letterkenny went to the line but a poor lift allowed a golden attacking opportunity to be lost. Armagh did defend very well and perhaps Letterkenny should have played the widen channels at this stage.With the clock now the real enemy Letterkenny set up another great attack with the impressive Cannon on a ball run. He charged into the Armagh 22 and was eventual tackled. The tackler didn’t release and stole the ball which was not penalised by the referee. He maintained he was unsighted which was the only admission he made all day. The reliable boot of Fox put Letterkenny back on their own 5m line after a magnificent wind assisted clearance. With only two minutes remaining on the clock it looked like this was the match for Armagh but Letterkenny had other ideas.They then produced one of the most impressive passages of play witnessed by the large crowd when they went from their own 5m line to the Armagh 5m line through a series of strong carries by Dunleavy, Cannon and Faulkner, great inter-passing by Scott, Matthew Faulkner and Daragh Taol, and then a potential match winning snipe from the base of a ruck 30m out by substitute scrum half Josh Smeaton. Smeaton made it to the 5m line before being tackled as the Letterkenny support arrived for what appeared to be a try scoring opportunity. The influential referee had other ideas as he surprised all present by awarding a penalty for off side by a Letterkenny player despite the fact that no ruck had formed and it appeared that the Armagh tackler should have been penalised for not rolling away. Armagh kicked to touch from the resulting penalty and that was the game. Letterkenny were beaten by the more disciplined team on the day who carried out their Brian McLaughlin game plan to the letter. Armagh made much fewer mistakes and showed their experience of the big match occasions. Letterkenny will have learned a lot from this game and only time will tell if they can fulfil their potential and come back even stronger for the cup competition.Letterkenny were well served by Joseph Dunleavy, Daragh Toal and Matthew Faulkner on the day. Armagh had match winners in their captain Barry Finn and out-half Cormac Fox but it was the Letterkenny captain, Daniel Faulkner, who was the standout player on display. He continually dragged his team back into the game and was at the heart of everything good that Letterkenny did on the day.The saying is that you must “lose a final to win one” and this should be motivation for the Letterkenny team to regroup and focus on the cup competition which commences on Saturday next with a home game against Dungannon. The blue ribbon of youth rugby is the cup final in Ravenhill and this is now the clear target for a team that have done themselves and their club proud so far this seasonTeam: David Ward, Stephen Holmes, Christopher Green, Diarmiud Gallagher, Will Douglas, Martin Molloy, Daragh Toal, Joseph Dunleavy, Ben Khavia, Peter Scott, Oisin Toal, Daniel Faulkner (Captain), Matthew Faulkner, Adam Boal Quinn, Kevin Grant, James Roulston, Louis Carson, Connor Cannon, Stephen Gibson, Douglas Doyle, Josh Smeaton and Eunan Henry.RUGBY: LETTERKENNY U18s LEARN FROM FINAL DEFEAT was last modified: March 14th, 2016 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)last_img read more

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