The A-event winners were Hans Barth and Giuseppe Bertuzzi. But on this day everyone celebrated playing the sport they enjoy with friends.Mallard’s Source for sports would like to recognize all the players with Team of the Week honours.The results from the annual Italian Society Bocce Tournament are:A-Division: First Hans Barth and Giuseppe Bertuzzi; second, Armando Savarin and Terry Tagami and Egidio Maida and Jayden Maida. B-Division: First Joe Szabo and G. Babuin; second Nic Murano and Joe Geurcio and third Joe Sacino and V. Toteda. The Nelson Italian Society staged its annual Bocce Tournament at Rotary Lakeside Park courts during the summer.
This is probably the biggest funding in sports for any district in the country. And the United Resources Party leader has hinted further increase in funding during the presentation of all Duma sponsored sporting codes in Mt Hagen recently.All sporting codes assembled at the Queen’s Park in an unprecedented gathering, never seen before in the history of sports in Mt Hagen were they were recognised in their efforts to represent Mt Hagen.During the presentation of cheques totalling K340,000 to three ‘Duma off-season rugby league competitions, soccer and basketball, Duma announced a K200,000 for 22 other sporting activities which come under the new Hagen District Sports Association as well.The MP promised additional funding of K70,000 each to soccer and basketball who received cheques of K30,000 respectively while the three rugby league competitions – Gomis League, Komkui Duma off-season, Hagen Urban Settlers Duma off-season, received a total of K280,000.At the Provincial level, Team Western Highlands would receive a major boost of K150,000 for the November PNG Games in Kimbe.Duma has nurtured sports men and women at the local community level competitions up to the top at Provincial and National level as is evident with his continues support not only the off-season competitions but the Mt Hagen Eagles, Team Western Highlands, Hagen League, Referees Associations, Judiciary, individual clubs and the provincial teams in the various codes.As if these are not enough, the Minister has hinted a sports stadium to cater for all codes was in the pipeline as the current venues like the Popes’ Oval and Queen’s Park where games were held were reserved city parks.Duma who sponsored the off season competitions in the city when he was a private barrister well before he became an MP called on all sports officials to work together with the new City Commission and help keep Mt Hagen clean.‘This is all I ask of you, keep our city clean. As sports men and women, you’ll lure respect so let us show by example and lead the others in supporting the City Commission.’ Duma said.He said sportsmen and women were the pride of communities and were looked upon as heros and these should be translated to benefit the communities.Well known sporting personnel John Passingan, John Waka, Simon Kama, Billy Noi Jr and Susan Nabaur thanked Duma, adding it was new era in sports for Mt Hagen.Picture: Mr Duma presents the trophy for the Komkui Offseason league to officials.
Middleweight Contender 2015 champion Kemahl Russell will fight Mexican Hector Nava in Mexico City tonight. This will bring to an end a period of overseas training for Russell. The training was designed to prepare him for some serious fight challenges next year.Russell has been based in New York since late September, and told The Gleaner yesterday that he has had the benefit of working with some good trainers and sparring partners, and this has allowed him to sharpen his skills.”I have learnt a lot, and I am a much better fighter now than when I left Jamaica. I am feeling great and will be putting everything into this fight so that I can return to Jamaica next week with another victory on my record ” he continued.His manager, Leiza Keane, told The Gleaner that she is very pleased with the progress that Russell has made over these past several months, and she expects a good performance from him tonight.- L.B.
Raymond ‘KC’ Graham: It has been tough going so far for the United States, but this event could bring some joy for them as history could be created. Andre Lowe: First, congrats on your call of Van Niekerk winning the men’s 400m. Anyway, yes, this is certainly one of their strongest events and one that they have totally dominated all year. Only Tiffany Porter from Great Britain breaks the list of six Americans among the top seven hurdlers this year. We could see a sweep of medals here. KC: Yes, but they will be keeping their fingers crossed as they wouldn’t like a repeat of the men’s 400m hurdles, where the two top athletes in the World going into the Championship were not even in the final. This being an obstacle event, anything can happen. Andre: Hurdles are tricky and we know there will be incidents. Sharika Nelvis, though, seems like a true competitor, Dawn Harper-Nelson is experienced, Kendra Harrison is dangerous, and the defending champion Brianna Rollins is always a factor. Those are the key names in this event, along with Porter. KC: Harper-Nelson will be hoping for a big result as, after being seventh in Berlin, third in Daegu, and fourth in Moscow, time is running out for her. And if she does not win now, I don’t see her doing so in the future as there are too many young rising stars from her own country who are ready to pounce. Andre: I don’t see Harper-Nelson finishing in the top two spots. She may very well find herself in a scrap with the likes of Porter for bronze. KC: You could be right, but this is the venue where she won her first and only global title, being Olympic champion and we have seen several athletes at the Championship repeating their Beijing success. This could be good motivation for her. Andre: Like you have pointed out in the past, she’ll struggle with anything faster than 12.5. This final will be faster than 12.5. She can forget about gold and silver for that matter. She has a chance at the bronze, though. KC: It should, and as I have always said, any winning time under 12.40 seconds, she will not be a factor. I think the winning time here is going to be around 12.35 to 12.38 seconds. Andre: I’m liking Nelvis for the gold medal. I like her technique and her mental strength. She likes a good head-on battle and it’s going to take strong hearts to win this. I also think the defending champ, Brianna Rollins, will be ready to run in the 12.3 range and looks like she can challenge for a top-two spot. KC: Two years ago after running 12.26 seconds, I thought Rollins was going to dominate for a long time, but things have changed since and I see her fighting out for bronze with Harper-Nelson. I don’t see Nelvis losing this one. I have her winning in around 12.32, with Kendra Harrison finishing second, and the United States creating history by taking the top four spots. I also think Jamaica’s Danielle Williams will be in the final. Andre: Williams can go as fast as 12.6 if she works on certain areas and that will get her in the final for sure. Nelvis from Rollins, from Harrison – that’s your top three!
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 Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown View comments MOST READ LATEST STORIES Banario said Folayang never expected to get another shot at the title and this motivated the 34-year-old lightweight to put everything in training.“I see a highly-motivated Eduard Folayang in training because he didn’t expect to be blessed with another shot at the world title,” said Banario. “He’s just so motivated for this bout and is ready reclaim the world title.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next NBA G League to offer $125,000 contracts to elite prospects Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college FILE – Honorio Banario celebrates after his knockout win over Jaroslav Jartim. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netFormer ONE World featherweight champion Honorio Banario is putting his money on Team Lakay teammate Eduard Folayang when he goes up against Singaporean Amir Khan.Folayang will take on Khan in the main event of ONE: Conquest of Champions on Nov. 23 at Mall of Asia Arena for the vacant ONE World lightweight strap, the same belt the Filipino mixed martial arts icon once held for nearly a year.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “When it comes to strength, striking, and wrestling, Khan will have a hard time against Eduard in those areas,” said Banario (13-7) who lost to Khan (11-3) in September in Shanghai, China.“I’m not underestimating Khan, but Eduard is simply on another level. Both are complete fighters, but Folayang is a much more experienced veteran.”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 ChrissFolayang (20-6) won the ONE World lightweight belt on Nov. 11, 2016 after scoring a technical knockout win over Japanese legend Shinya Aoki (42-8) at Singapore Indoor Stadium.The owner of three Southeast Asian Games gold medals, Folayang held the belt for 364 days before losing to Martin Nguyen via knockout at Mall of Asia Arena.
A 27-year-old man who allegedly had 198 grams of cannabis in his bag was on Wednesday remanded to prison after he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Carlos ChristopherCarlos Christopher of Linden-Soesdyke Highway appeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty.Christopher denied that on October 21, 2019, at Lombard Street, Georgetown, he had in his possession 198 grams of cannabis for the purpose of trafficking.The prosecution is contending that Police ranks, acting on information received, went to Lombard Street and conducted a search on Christopher. It is contended that the cannabis was found in a bag the defendant had in his possession.According to the prosecution’s case, Christopher claimed that he was transporting the substance for someone in exchange for a phone.The case will continue on November 13, 2019.
LANCASTER – Somewhere up there, Meyer Bernard Himelstaub must be smiling. The man entrenched in Antelope Valley lore as the “Ghost of Mira Loma” was given a proper funeral nearly 65 years to the day of his horrifying death. Himelstaub was a 22-year-old British Royal Air Force cadet assigned to the Antelope Valley’s War Eagle Field – now the site of Mira Loma county detention center on 60th Street West and Avenue I – when he was decapitated by a taxiing plane he accidentally walked into on Feb. 13, 1942. Himelstaub was a Jew who escaped Nazi-dominated Poland as a child. He was an aspiring military pilot who historians say was determined to fight the Nazis in World War II. Among those who spoke at the event was Rabbi David Hoffman. Tears streamed across the faces of several Hillview students during the ceremony. The students’ study of Himelstaub’s life compelled them to become involved in the ceremony. “He’s become like family,” Hillview student Dulcie Adhiambo said. “His legacy was that he was going for his dream of going to fight Hitler, even though he didn’t really fullfil it. We just wanted everyone to know what really happened.” The ceremony concluded with missing-man formation flyover used by the Royal Air Force to honor dead pilots. The flyover featured vintage Steerman and AT-6 planes. Antelope Valley military historian Bob Alvis said Himelstaub likely flew a Steerman, an aviation classic that features two stacked wings. “You never want to forget our fallen, and this was a nice gesture to show the English that we appreciate your fallen,” said Alvis, who helped organize the event. “The ghost of War Eagle Field is not a great legacy for a fallen cadet … it’s kind of become a carnival sideshow,” Alvis said. “It is part of his history and we will live with that, but as far as honoring his legacy, this is what we want to remember, not his terrorizing kids on Halloween.” email@example.com (661) 267-7802160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! He was buried at Lancaster cemetery three days after his death, thousands of miles away from family. Sheriff’s deputies and inmates have reported inexplicable events over the years, fueling speculation that Himelstaub’s restless spirit was haunting the Antelope Valley. On Friday, the Antelope Valley attempted to make peace with Himelstaub’s spirit, honoring the man’s life in a ceremony in which a new headstone was unveiled at his burial site. Several prominent civic and community leaders including mayors from Lancaster and Palmdale, a representative from the British Commonwealth War Graves Commission and an eighth-grade Hillview Middle School history class instrumental in organizing the event were among about 200 people who attended the ceremony. A War Graves Commission request that Himelstaub be given a new headstone provided the impetus for the ceremony.
0Shares0000Gor Mahia left back Shafik Batambuze in training at Everton’s Finch Farm training ground on November 4, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 26 – Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia and their coaching team have tough decisions to make before the season starts after surpassing their foreign quota of five with the signing of Ugandan duo Erisa Ssekisambu and Shafik Batambuze.The duo’s arrival from champions Ugandan champions Vipers SC and Tanzanian side Singida United brings the total number of foreign players at the club to six with Ivorian forward Ephraim Guikan having returned to the club following the exit of immediate former head coach Dylan Kerr. The others are Burundians Karim Nizigiyimana and Francis Mustafa and Rwandese striker Jacques Tuyisenge.Of the six, Nzigiyimana’s contract at the club lapses at the end of the season and a decision is yet to be made on whether or not it will be renewed.“It is a challenge that we have but the technical committee will deal with it very soon. We will find a solution,” Gor Mahia chair Ambrose Rachier said.Gor Mahia’s Ephraim Guikan vies for the ball with USM Alger’s Mohammed Bekhenmassa during a CAF Confederation Cup match at the Kasarani Stadium on May 16, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaGuikan who joined the club at the beginning of the year had already decided to leave the club but after Kerr’s exit made an about-turn and returned to training.“Guikan had a very interesting relationship with the coach and had left and already found a club in Algeria which he wanted to sign for. But when he heard that the coach left, he decided to come back and is already training with the team,” the tactician stated.Kenyan Premier League and Football Kenya Federation regulations only allow for five foreign players per team whilst in CAF assignments, there is no limit on the number of foreigners to be fielded by a club.Gor Mahia start their CAF Champions League campaign on Wednesday but have to make the tough decisions by December 8 when the new season starts.Meanwhile, the club expects to unveil a new head coach before the start of the new season on December 8 with Rachier saying they have received applications from 53 coaches.The club has whittled down the list to seven and they will reduce it further to three by the end of the week.Former Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr and his assistant Zedekiah Otieno share a joke with Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga when he visited the team hotel on November 5, 2018. Looking on are Kerr’s friends from the UK. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“There are several key areas that we are looking for in getting the new coach. We are looking at language, experience and also if the coach has been to Africa before. It is very important to get someone who understands the terrain well,” Rachier said.He added; “We have a technical committee which is looking at all that and soon we will unveil him. We have to do so before the season starts,” further stated the club chair.Rachier unveiled the club’s new signings and noted that the names of those released or sent on loan will be released in new course.Batambuze and Ssekisambu were among the players unveiled as well as the returning Kenneth Muguna.The club has also signed striker Eric Ombija from their junior team with the youngster having spent last season on loan at Coast Stima.Also coming on board were Pascal Ogweno (Kariobangi Sharks), Nicholas Kipkurui (Zoo Kericho), Geoffrey Ochieng (Western Stima) and Castor Ogendo from Kenyatta University.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BOSTON (AP) The Sevens, a beer-and-wine tavern with an oak bar worn smooth by decades of drinkers, has two amenities that set it apart: a real cork dart board, and arguably one of the best jukeboxes east of the Mississippi River. From early Bruce Springsteen and Patsy Cline to rare Rolling Stones tunes, the jukebox more than the darts or the dark wood benches sets a rollicking mood that pulls people through the door. This spring, the tavern took a leap into the digital age with a new Internet-fueled jukebox that can access hundreds of thousands of songs. “I love it,” says James McCarthy, 39, a kitchen worker who feeds the wall-mounted machine $25 a night to keep his toes tapping behind the bar. “You can go back and forth from hearing old Aerosmith to all the sudden you’ll hear C+C Music Factory to country-western.” At tens of thousands of bars and restaurants in the United States, patrons can now listen to songs stored on hard drives or downloaded from remote servers. Some find the change a refreshing departure from the limited selection of records or CDs of old jukeboxes. Others lament the transformation of an American icon. They say the smaller collections of compact discs or 45s in traditional jukeboxes gave barrooms a distinct feel that gets washed away by the new technology’s nearly unlimited choice and flashy screens reminiscent of video poker machines. “I feel like you have the option to find more songs, but there’s not as much personality,” says Kate Nies, 26, who feeds her dollars to a traditional chrome CD jukebox in Charlie’s Kitchen in Harvard Square in Cambridge. On the high-tech models, a touch screen has replaced the window where records could be seen spinning, and there is now a slot where customers can dip credit cards. The jukebox, which has roots in the coin-operated pianos and penny-slot photographs of the late 19th century, has come a long way over the years. In 1934, David Rockola’s vending-machine company introduced a box that offered a choice of 12 songs the Model A Multi-Selector spun 78s. With radio in its infancy, jukeboxes became the place to discover new music. In the 1950s, the production of smaller 45-speed records bumped the number of songs a jukebox could play to 100. Then the arrival of compact discs pushed the capacity up over 1,000 in the 1980s. While the selections grew, individual jukeboxes retained their unique flavor, says John Papa, owner of the National Jukebox Exchange in Mayfield, N.Y., which sells and restores classics. “Even 1,000 songs created a certain feel in a room that a jukebox with 400,000 songs can’t replace,” Papa says. “People get used to that particular jukebox. They know that B3 sticks every once in a while. They know that J4 is their favorite song.” Montreal-based TouchTunes Music has supplied 17,000 digital jukeboxes across the U.S. and provides access to a digital library of a million songs through a dial-up or broadband Internet connection. Nostalgia has its place, but today’s music fans demand more, says John Taylor, president of San Francisco-based Ecast, which supplies the software and provides music for 6,000 jukeboxes entirely over broadband Internet connections. “The 100-CD jukebox maps the old world,” says Taylor, whose company sells 300 new Internet jukeboxes a month. “Our products meet what young people want today as far as choice.” Jukebox makers such as Rock-Ola build machines that house the Ecast technology, from sleek wall models to classics that look like something Arthur Fonzarelli would have elbowed on the sitcom “Happy Days.” The contemporary Ecast models are like giant wall-mounted iPods, with high-resolution touch screens that flash with advertisements as customers use their fingers to troll for tunes. Inside each machine is a hard drive loaded with up to 300 albums and costing an average of 50 cents per song, with owners setting their own prices. For a few more credits, patrons connect to the Internet to download a track from Ecast’s digital library from servers in Sunnyvale, Calif. that hold more than 18,000 albums. More quarters allow customers to jump their turn in line so their songs play next. “It’s that choice that people get online, that they learn to expect,” says Taylor. “They like to exercise that choice when they are in a social environment with a drink in their hand.” The new machines have reinvigorated the jukebox industry, bumping sales at Los Angeles-based Rock-Ola up 50 percent over the past two years, says owner Glenn Streeter. There are, however, drawbacks to the Internet models. Not all artists have licensing agreements with Ecast and TouchTunes, leaving noticeable gaps in the online libraries. Springsteen, Led Zeppelin, the Beatles and Billy Joel haven’t signed on, for example. Others have complained that the Internet jukeboxes can offer some patrons too many choices. After too many cocktails, a barfly may subject other patrons to albums that were better left forgotten perhaps a Devo, Meatloaf or a nonsensical Frank Zappa record. “The one guy who is a Frank Zappa nut is going to love it,” says Papa, the classic jukebox aficionado. “But everybody else is going to be saying, What the heck?’” At the Sevens in Boston, McCarthy says the diversity is the new jukebox’s strength. He no longer hears Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” at least eight times a night, as he did with the old CD model. The online catalog includes so many obscure tracks, McCarthy says he found something by the Pittsburgh symphony and two albums from the Ohio State Marching Band. “I think you only need one Ohio State Marching Band,” McCarthy says with a laugh. “I don’t think too many people come in and say, You know what, I really need to hear a good marching band.’”
Christmas Draw Anyone with Underage Christmas tickets are asked to get them to Maria McLaughlin before Friday the 16th of December. The draw will take place on Sunday the 19th of December in St Patrick’s Hall.LottoThis week’s lotto jackpot of €500 wasn’t won. The numbers drawn were 4-2-6-3-7-1-5. The €50 winner was won by Marian Kelly, Drumcarbit. Next week’s jackpot is €550. AGMThe club would like to thank all those who attended our AGM last Friday in the Clubhouse. 2016 was a fantastic year for the Club with lots of successes on the field at both underage and senior level, as well as Shaun McLaughlin(F) receiving recognition by the County for his refereeing.There were also a lot of fantastic community events throughout the year including over €3,000 raised for local charities through our Annual Sports Day.Our Club is at the heart of Our Community and we hope to build on these successes again next year. The make up this year’s committee was elected on the night with Chairperson Pat McLaughlin (F), Vice-chair Seamus McLaughlin (Fildara), Secretary Elaine McColgan, Assistant Secretary Linda McColgan, Treasurer John Byrne, Assistant Treasurer Susan Byrne with additional Assistant Treasurer required, Registrar Paul Gallagher, PRO Brendan Monagle with Linda McColgan assisting with Social Media, Minor Board Chairperson – Seamus McLaughlin(F), Minor Board Secretary & Children’s Officer – Danny Lafferty, Ladies Rep – Maria McLaughlin(F), Players Rep – Paul McLaughlin(F), Senior Team Management Rep – TBC, Health & Wellbeing Officer – Kate Kelly, Cultural Officer – TBC, Development Officer – Michael McCarron, County Board Delegates – Pat McLaughlin(F) & Patrick McLaughlin(R), Inishowen Board Schools Coaching Committee Rep – TBC and Club President – Patrick McLaughlin(R).If any club member is interested in the vacant roles of cultural officer, assistant treasurer and Inishowen Board Schools Coaching Committee Rep please contact Secretary Elaine McColgan.The club would like to thank outgoing Maura Monagle and Winnie Deery for all their work in their role of cultural officers within the club. We would like to wish everyone the very best of luck in their roles for the year ahead. One of the main themes for the night was the need for our members to become more active within the club – we are always looking for volunteers to assist with small support roles within the Club with minimal time required, if you are able to support your Club contact Elaine McColgan on 0863902626 for more details.The senior and reserve team management for 2017 was ratified on the night with the Senior and reserve teams this year being looked after by Terence Coulhoun, Anthony Kelly, Eamonn Ryan, Martin Lafferty, Terence McLaughlin, Paco McLaughlin, Stephen Grant and Neil McGilloway.Minor Board AGM The list of managers for all underage boys teams for 2017 were confirmed after last week’s Minor board AGM. Under 6 managers will be Danny Lafferty, Aidan Gallagher, Celia Boyce and Catherine McGilloway, Under 8 managers will be Brian McCallion, Liam Lafferty, Brendan McLaughlin (JM) and Patrick Collins, Under 10 managers will be Kevin McGeogeghan, Danny Lafferty, William Mooney and Danny McLaughlin (Shosa), Under 12 managers will be Pat McLaughlin (F), Shaun McGeogeghan, Seamus McLaughlin (Fildara) and Kieran White, Under 14 managers will be Liam O’Neill, John McLaughlin (Shosa) and Eamonn Ward, Under 16 managers will be Michael McCarron, John McLaughlin (Rustard) and Sean McLaughlin (Owen) and minor managers will be Terence McLaughlin (H) and Paul Gallagher. Again all help needed so if anyone else is able to assist in any way contact minor board secretary Danny Lafferty. The ladies will finalise their coaches at a meeting after Christmas but there will be a need for a lot more help with the running of the underage ladies teams in 2017, so if anybody can assist in any way with the running of the underage ladies teams, please contact Maria McLaughlin (F) on 0877763679.Calendars The club are featured on a Wild Atlantic Way calendar and are selling these now at the reduced price of €8 from the club shop or any committee member. This would make a lovely present to send to friends or relatives who may be living abroad. Contact John Byrne for further details on 0862507380.Donegal YearbookThe 2017 Donegal yearbook is out and would make an ideal Christmas gift, for those at home and abroad. Every club is featured with reports on county teams and pictures etc. It can be purchased online priced €15 at: http://donegalgaa.ie/product/donegal-2016-yearbook/. The club has a selection available in the Club shop or contact John Byrne on 086 2507380. Christmas Order from Club ShopAnyone who ordered club gear for Christmas can collect their orders from Susan Byrne this weekend in the club shop. The Club Shop is open every Saturday from 12.00pm to 2pm and Sunday from 11.20am to 2pm, alternatively contact Susan Byrne on 9370638 or 0867832242. The shop stocks a great range of in all sizes including coats, jackets, hoodies, tracksuits, socks, shorts, hats, gear bags and much more club merchandise. The club Facebook page has a picture of some of the many items available along with a pricelist.Facility BookingsAll bookings for sports hall/gym should be made through Susan Byrne 0867832242. All bookings for pitch should be made through Gerard Mc Laughlin 0868704255. All bookings for upstairs/ function room should be made through John Mc Laughlin 0863858654. Remember the clubhouse is available for private functions/parties with stage, sound system, kitchen, bar and toilet facilities – contact John on the above number. Also anyone looking to borrow chairs or other items from clubhouse should also contact John.Club Pool Room The pool room is open every Saturday and Sunday evenings from 8:00pm to 11:00pm in the clubhouse. All welcome.Irish Dancing There will be Irish dancing lessons upstairs in the clubhouse every Wednesday from 4:00 to 5:15pm and every Friday 4:00 to 5:30 for boys and girls from age 3 and upwards. All beginners welcome, competitive and non-competitive dancers. Contact Donna for more details 0862615755.Club Gym Get Fit Gym Gift VouchersGift Vouchers are now available for the Get Fit Gym in the Malin GAA Clubhouse. Gym Membership is €120 and only €100 for current club members. The Gift Vouchers can be bought in the gym throughout the week. Vouchers can also be used towards fitness classes, nutritional plans and personal training with Charlie Byrne Health & Fitness.Club notes All items for the club notes should be sent to Brendan Monagle on 0863777015 and firstname.lastname@example.org or Linda McColgan on 0863452769 and email@example.com or private message our Facebook page.Malin GAA club: New officer board ratified at club AGM was last modified: December 12th, 2016 by Chris McNultyShare 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:MalinMalin GAA