More water mains and sewer works are in the pipeline for Letterkenny and surrounding areas in the coming weeks, Irish Water has announced.The water utility said that pipe laying works and piling works on the Oldtown Road are ahead of programme and two-way traffic will be maintained for the duration of the works.All works will cease on the R250 Oldtown Road in the weeks surrounding Christmas, from the last two weeks in November to the third week in January. Further updates are due as the project progresses. Carnamuggah:Works commenced at Carnamuggah in Letterkenny on 16th September.Kilmacrennan:A stop/go traffic management system will be in place throughout the week in Kilmacrenan on N56 during daytime working hours.Manor Roundabout to Dry Arch roundabout:Works will take place during daytime working hours on the hard shoulder of Letterkenny-bound N13 dual carriageway from N13/N14 roundabout to Dry Arch Roundabout with outside lane only open after 10:00am. Irish Water announce plans for further roadworks in Letterkenny region was last modified: September 23rd, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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)
Chelsea ended their pre-season campaign with a third loss in five friendlies.The Blues were beaten 1-0 by Italian side Fiorentina at Stamford Bridge, where Radamel Falcao made his first appearance in front of the home fans since moving to West London.Boss Jose Mourinho played down the significance of the result and was pleased to see youngster Ola Aina pick up first-team experience along with fellow academy product Ruben Loftus-Cheek.Meanwhile, Brentford have rejected an £8m bid from Hull City for Andre Gray and Moses Adubajo.Brentford want £10.5m for a double deal involving Gray and AdubajoAnother player who won’t be leaving west London for the time being at least is QPR midfielder Leroy Fer, whose proposed loan move to Sunderland was scrapped after he failed a medical.Samba Diakite, on the other hand, has told West London Sport he wants to stay at Rangers and has pleaded with boss Chris Ramsey to give him a chance.There continues to be speculation over the future of Charlie Austin – the Daily Mirror claim Tottenham want the QPR striker.And R’s fans have been reacting to the arrival of veteran defender Paul Konchesky, with some on Twitter not impressed with the signing.Elsewhere, new Fulham signing Luke Garbutt faces six weeks out with an ankle injury.And Middlesex were beaten by Essex in their latest Royal London One-Day Cup match.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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India’s Geeta on Thursday won the country its first gold medal in women’s freestyle wrestling at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Geeta won the gold in the 55 kg category, beating Australia’s Emily Benstead. She took the first round 3-0 and the second 7-0. Geeta came close to pinning down her opponent several times as the Aussie found it tough to get a firm grip on the Indian. Geeta’s gold medal was India’s 14th at the Games.