BALLYSHANNON TO BE ‘KICKED OUT OF DONEGAL’ IN CONSTITUENCY SHAKE-UP

first_imgBALLYSHANNON and the surrounding area could be transferred to Leitrim, if Labour proposals are given the go-ahead.Yesterday morning donegaldaily revealed that Donegal will lose a TD in an electoral shake-up – and one 5-seat constituency would replace the current two in proposals put forward by Fine Gael.Now Labour has backed that plan – and wants Ballyhshannon transferred to Leitrim. Senator Jimmy Harte says the population of Donegal doesn’t justify two three-seat constituencies, and wants the Ballyshannon electoral area and its 8,000 inhabitants should be transferred to Leitrim.It will be like going back in time for the town – it was ‘in Leitrim’ from 1977 to 1981 when Donegal was a single five-seat constituency.Leitrim-based councillors and TDs and citizens also suggested that part of south Donegal could be added to a new constituency.  BALLYSHANNON TO BE ‘KICKED OUT OF DONEGAL’ IN CONSTITUENCY SHAKE-UP was last modified: January 13th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:Ballyshannonjimmy hartelast_img read more

I-League: Real Kashmir FC vs East Bengal postponed due to thick snow cover in Srinagar

first_imgThick snow cover at the TRC Ground in Srinagar on Friday forced the postponement of Sunday’s crucial I-League match between title contenders Real Kashmir FC and East Bengal.Real Kashmir and East Bengal were to clash in the match, where a lot is at stake for both the sides to remain in contention for the I-League title. However, the ground condition has led to the postponement of the match.”Due to bad weather and pitch condition in Srinagar, our next match vs Kashmir FC on February 10 has been called off. The new date of the match will be announced later,” the East Bengal club said on its official Twitter handle.Real Kashmir co-owner Sandeep Chattoo uploaded a picture of the snow-covered ground on his Facebook page.URGENT ANNOUNCEMENTDue to a snowed in TRC Astro Turf in Srinagar, our next match against @eastbengalfc scheduled for 10th February 2019 has been called off.New date will be announced [email protected] @ILeagueOfficial pic.twitter.com/e90k2339kdReal Kashmir FC (@realkashmirfc) February 8, 2019Real Kashmir are on 32 points from 16 matches while East Bengal have collected 28 from 14 matches.Real Kashmir’s previous match against Gokulam Kerala on Tuesday was also played amid snowing and rain. The players had a really difficult time to play under the heavy ground conditions, besides coping near freezing temperature.Also Read | Flamengo fire: 10 killed at Brazilian football club training centre in Rio de JaneiroAlso Read | West Ham United hand evidence to police on racist abuse of Mohamed Salahlast_img read more